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The tragic story about the Danish Poker Pro who lost it all

The Danish Poker Pro Peter "Zupp" Jepsen had everything the most poker players could ever dream of - money, sponsorships, investments and a beloved girlfriend. However, during 2009, his life took a fast u-turn and suddenly everything went wrong. It all started with that he didn't win money in a single tournament and that he couldn't win a single big pot in the cash games he played in. On top of th[...]   Read more » The tragic story about the Danish Poker Pro who lost it all

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for the badluck in poker: probably he just isn't as good as he thought, a winningplayer doesn't stay a winningplayer forever, so saying its badluck is just a excuse.

for the investments: ever heard of financial crisis? he is not the only one who lost a fortune, and if you alreay have the financial risk of playing poker you should find safe ways of investments.

for the health: swine flu isn't that dangerous, breaking a foot? are you kidding? i broke my foot, arm and leg before i was 18. and what should the people say who got cancer? so don't cry about a little pain

for friends and love: well he seems to have had no real friends. if you are rich there will always be people who just care for your money, i guess he should have relied on his real friends who knew him before he was rich.
well and his love? the love of his life left him when he was broke...yeah great choice

there are people who had more badluck and for me it seems it wasn't really badluck in this case. ohh and hey, he HAD a great time, more than most other poor people could hope for

     
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Posted by Raggamann:
for the badluck in poker: probably he just isn't as good as he thought, a winningplayer doesn't stay a winningplayer forever, so saying its badluck is just a excuse.

for the investments: ever heard of financial crisis? he is not the only one who lost a fortune, and if you alreay have the financial risk of playing poker you should find safe ways of investments.

for the health: swine flu isn't that dangerous, breaking a foot? are you kidding? i broke my foot, arm and leg before i was 18. and what should the people say who got cancer? so don't cry about a little pain

for friends and love: well he seems to have had no real friends. if you are rich there will always be people who just care for your money, i guess he should have relied on his real friends who knew him before he was rich.
well and his love? the love of his life left him when he was broke...yeah great choice

there are people who had more badluck and for me it seems it wasn't really badluck in this case. ohh and hey, he HAD a great time, more than most other poor people could hope for


very very well said ... everybody simply CANT be winners.

     
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i don't know but do you think that many ppl arrive at this point but not only pros like normal people like you and me

     
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wooow it isn t nice when u lose, especially when u lose the women/man u love and u think he/she loves you, i think money can make but with your soul is a litlle dificult

     
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This is realy bad karma,but everyone have problems ,who is sad when I go down??? Question Evil

     
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I know it sonds harsh, but as the Irish say "it could have been worse.. so pick upo the pieces and start again"..

     
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Quess i should be really happy, that im still losing player, who does it only about hour in a day. Maybe its true, like they say "Poker is like sex, much more fun, if youre not proffessional"

     
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Life is so unpredictable. Unfortunately, we must be ready for everything.

     
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