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Guinness World Records: Phil Laak crushed the old record

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Posted on 08 June 2010 by "T".
In the middle of May, we could read about Phil Laak and his plans on breaking the world record in staying awake as long as possible and play poker. The old record was held by Paul Zimbler who last year managed to stay awake for 78 hours. Anyhow, a couple of days ago, Phil Laak Laak started his world record attempt at Bellagio in Las Vegas. Lots of poker players around the globe have been followin[...]   Read more » Guinness World Records: Phil Laak crushed the old record

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what 5 days...with out sleep, thats crazy.
So did the thing stop when he called it a day or did he just fall asleep at the table?
Cant imagin even trying anything like that.
The mans a lunitick for sure.

     
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iv been playing solid none stop since 1996,bit tired now tho

     
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LOL at cliffes comment.

that's an insane record. my record is 10.5 hours straight at the casino.

     
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well done phil laak - playing poker for 115 hrs , but imo its just pointless act done just to get some publicity. try doing that at high stakes regularly and he'll be bankrupt in no time.

     
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i crushed phil's record a million times before he ever dreamed of breaking the record.
i bet thousands of other players have had longer sessions too.3days is very nice and long but not long enough to impress me

     
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