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WSOP bracelet winner ‘Minneapolis Jim' Passes Away at 66

Tags: Jim Meehan, RIP
Posted on 14 December 2018 by "T".
When Thor Hansen, the Godfather of Norwegian Poker, passed away on December 5 after a long battle with cancer, the poker world lost another good man a day after that. His name is Jim Meehan, known also by the nickname ‘Minneapolis Jim' Meehan. Meehan was an American poker pro from Minnesota. Before he made poker as a full-time career, Meehan worked as a lawyer for two decades. Meehan start[...]   Read more » WSOP bracelet winner ‘Minneapolis Jim' Passes Away at 66

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I was saddened to read about this and condolences go out to his friends and family. He really was a fantastic poker player and i always enjoyed watching his demeanour around a poker table

     
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Nice to see that James Woods younger brother still had the looks when it came to playing and drinking throughout the night (but seriously though, he was looking just alike...) Great guy, great stories, must have been pretty cool to know him peronally.

     
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Yes, in the life of amazing things ... it ends .... and all end .... and in good people and bad ones .... very sad when good people ... interesting people cease to exist on this Earth ... very sad ... but nothing can be done ... we all die ... This is the law of nature ... my condolences

     
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I did not watch Jim Meehan when he was playing at the poker tables.
I do not remember seeing him at the table with other players.
Maybe he was a good person, except as a lawyer i think..., but this does not mean that we can not say Rest In Peace ‘Minneapolis Jim' Meehan.

     
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to say this true I not know who he is, hear first time about this player but this is reality about life, it is not matter who you are and how many money you have and fans too you still die one day. maybe 66 is too young because I like to think about 75 is good number, then time is present later

     
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Gee, honestly I don't think there is an apropriate amount or even good number for the years for going away knowing you did everything you wanted, but sure as hell that after a certain age nothing feels right and the problems comes with said age just keeps on piling up.

     
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AN ICON THAT DURING YOUR PASSAGE BY THE WORLD POKER LEFT HIS BRAND FACING THE BEST PLAYERS OF A FILM STARRY AND ALWAYS GETTING GREAT ADVANTAGE AND WINNING GREAT TOURNAMENTS HOLD HELD THE MAGIC OF THE OLD POKER WHERE HE DRIVEN AND SMOKED MORE TABLES IF THE CIGARETTE IS TURNED OFF RSRSRS

     
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I hear about this player for the first time. Probably because he hasn't played in a while.In my opinion 66 years is too short term... That's too bad. R. I. P.

     
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