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2015 WSOP: Joe McKeehen Not The Biggest Winner Of This Year's Final Table

Although American poker pro Joe McKeehen won this year's WSOP Main Event for $7.6 million, the biggest winner of all was the Internal Revenue Service (IRS)! According to a report by taxabletalk.com' s Russ Fox, 34.13 percent of the final table's $24,806,976 prize money will go to the IRS. That's $8,467,091! Fox on McKeehen's winnings, "As a professional poker player, he'll owe self-employment tax[...]   Read more » 2015 WSOP: Joe McKeehen Not The Biggest Winner Of This Year's Final Table

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ha ha ha... i love taxes, no wait i meant i love taxis and hate taxes. isn't this funny Pierre Neuville finished in 7th place but won more than the dude who finished in 5th place... and without making any deals at the table. Joe McKeehen paid ~3.3 millions in taxes- wow is this a lot or what, considering that they had time till november 9 nonsense started i would have considered taking the nationality of some small country where my winnings would not be taxed in exchange for investing some money in real estate or creating a small business and a few job places with that... or using some other scheme that is on offer.

Edited by pochui (19 November 2015 @ 09:54 GMT)


     
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they must prade, because that mans donating american economy Smile
I have seen live translation, there was nothing interesting, just a luck of winner and bad bluff from Blumenfield.

     
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