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YOU WILL BE MISSED

     
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this is my tribute to him

RIP jack




     
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HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH OMG , nice hand!!! hahaha

     
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wow this great video,never seen this before!maybe its my shame,but I never heard nothing about jack and didnt see anything about him Sad
R.I.P. man!

     
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just shows your never to old to teach a young dog new tricks, theres hope yet ,lol

     
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nice hand ....wow.....this is really great...rip to jack even if is for the first time when i see him

     
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Posted by midnight1954:
just shows your never to old to teach a young dog new tricks, theres hope yet ,lol



yeh friedland was inducing him allin saying put it allin, just do it and so on, and uri said (if I understood right ) you are in trouble".

even the slowrolled guy clapped his hands Worship Worship Worship

     
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Posted by host85:
nice hand ....wow.....this is really great...rip to jack even if is for the first time when i see him

reallly nice hand and he really show how to play poker and become the winner and teach all the poker pros who now now are the big stars D:
good luck all and be happy

     
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i dont quite get what he was saying , lmao he looked so confused when he raised him all in hahaaha like he didnt understand what they were saying they had to repeat to him 3 or 4 times that he went all in , thats too funny of a hand though , 96 years old and still playing poker , he was an amazing guy

     
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rip jack, the oldest player in wsop. Every time I've seen in tv i thought he was a nice grandparent. His sons and daughters, grandsons and granddaughters, and even his great-grandsons and great-granddaughters must be proud of him Agree

     
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Thanks for posting that video! He reminds me of a guy who plays poker in our poker tournament league. Sometimes we have to tell him when it's his turn, or tell him the hand he thought lost was actually the winning hand, but great fun anyways. Hope I can still play cards a that age...

     
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@ mahdrof and pok3rking as well

I have a different opinion from yours: It seems to me that jumping jack knew very well what he was doing Blink

     
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yeah i can remember this guy i did a thread on him about a year ago,
one of the best slow rolls ever top guy Smile

here it is http://www.bankrollmob.com/forum.asp?mode=thread&id...

     
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yeah he knewt whole time what he was doing!first say that he is in trouble (everybody laughed him ) and then he ask 2,3 times turnover,turnover beacuse he know that they dont want to see his cards,beacuse he have best hand!so dont write silly things!

     
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Posted by mahdrof:
Thanks for posting that video! He reminds me of a guy who plays poker in our poker tournament league. Sometimes we have to tell him when it's his turn, or tell him the hand he thought lost was actually the winning hand, but great fun anyways. Hope I can still play cards a that age...


hahaha..we had someone a lot like the guy who plays in your league..plays cash games regularly with his wife in tow..about 70 yrs. old. falls asleep sometimes..always teases the young women who plays in his table Smile we call him "Lolo" or grandpa in english.man, is he good.turns out he's a retired dealer from vegas..nice to play with someone like that.always teaches us how to play right..good guy,great player Smile

     
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