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Poker Marathon in England

An Englishman by the name of David Cain has announced that he intends to break the record of the longest poker session ever played. The current record holder is the journalist Larry Olmsted who played poker for 72 hours straight back in 2004.  That session was played at the Foxwoods Casino and after 72 hours of play he left the table with his $1000 profit. Cain who claims that he will break t[...]   Read more » Poker Marathon in England

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Guess hes gonna get a sponser from redbull, makes me tired even thinking about it.
Tony Wright could do this with his eys open Smile just need to teach him how to play.
Crazy brits Tongue

     
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that would be a great effort,we played a home game for 37 hr straight once,that was more than enough,brain was mush after that,the whole tables was.goodluck to him,hope he got a good meth dealer. Thumbs Up {DRUGS ARE BAD}

     
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hes gonna die sleep depriving without a doctor there is stupid hes gonna die i bet $10 on it he dies

     
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he probably drunk 5l coffee and smoked 5 boxes of cigarettes

     
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incredible...i play poker max 8-9 hours...when i was student and don't work...72 hours are a lot of time.. Shock Shock Shock for 3 days you can't sleep!!! good luck Shock

     
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100 hours? More than 4 days? Shock

Tough task. But poker players are degens, so why not. Smile

He should just play easier versions of poker on the last two days. Some limit stuff maybe.

     
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100 hours? do you really have nothing else to do in your life that you can play poker for 100 hours staright lol good for you

     
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