| Fakiry||03/02/2012 16:15:27 GMT|
| Beating a world record is something crazy but very nice. If Guinness recognizes this record, this guy will be earning money till his record is beaten. I once read that Guinness World Record Book pays $1,200 per month to the record holders till someone beats it. Sure is a nice incentive to go after something we think we can do.
| pochui||03/02/2012 17:12:42 GMT|
| no sure if this is the case- you may be right, but i doubt it- if so then anyone would be after some stupid records, since it is not that hard to figure out doing something that hasn't been tried before, or something that wasn't tried to a very professional level at least- i imagine playing for 5 days is something boring at first, not to mention physically tough
| Macubaas||03/02/2012 18:43:48 GMT|
| Now thats an really interesting record, still i think it's easier to set such a record than to break randy lew's online record...|
I mean live you'll play a lot less hands compared to online so you can rest between hands.
| abc1||03/02/2012 18:51:34 GMT|
| why not go on the first day he will wait till he have double aa in his hand and then he will have enough power for the rest of the week
| qzmag||03/02/2012 18:58:29 GMT|
| i think if he can resist 5 days without sleeping 5 days, probably will spent 1 week in hospital for recovering himself, cause to not sleep 5 days .... it's not good.
| magatt966||03/02/2012 20:52:07 GMT|
| .. on my side...I will try 5 days without poker
| Indo36M||03/02/2012 23:48:39 GMT|
| if he do it ,then you get an other player that will try it for 6 days.....hope he will make it
| TheMachineQC||04/02/2012 08:12:31 GMT|
| 5 days straight, crazy guy |
Is he allowed to drink energy drinks, coffee and stuff to keep him awake? Some people don't sleep much in their daily lives. I bet this guy trained for it, or he wouldn't be attempting it. Playing poker live and staying awake must be much harder than behind a computer screen though, so good luck to him!
| mishu2009||04/02/2012 09:07:44 GMT|
| it something for not sleeping 5 days but if u are drinking coffee or energy drinks u can stay wake, but this isn`t the problem. Will be in GUINNESS BOOK, but how he will play 5 days in a ro without sleeping break, that is a problem.Because i think almost everybody can play 5 days in a row just with small breaks but who can play concetrate this time?|
For that i will put prize on it
| scl1975||04/02/2012 10:53:18 GMT|
| man i hope he makes it.be a shame if he falls asleep just as he is delt pocket AA.hahaha ive done that before staying up all night playing.5 days.that gunna be bloody hard.|
| GIOMi6||04/02/2012 11:55:28 GMT|
| I wish him good luck with his record attempt, five days staying awake is a difficult task on its own.
| lincolnlx||04/02/2012 18:02:21 GMT|
| the record terms states he can take a 5 min break every hour but he can save his 5 mins to build up time for a bigger break, the terms are the same as phil laaks record.
| vlplastika||04/02/2012 20:56:15 GMT|
| Yes, I would like to see it)|
how interesting it is to eat and drink, to play five days? Energy must be a lot of coffee and eating!
| micalupagoo||04/02/2012 22:01:34 GMT|
| i feel like ive played for 5days straight sometimes, thats gonna be tough|
does guinness really pay you? sounds unreal
| bdbs123||05/02/2012 10:10:31 GMT|
| thats crazy! sitting in the same spot for that long without any sleep for five days! let alone concentrating on a game like poker... good luck to him!
| Macubaas||05/02/2012 18:50:13 GMT|
| I actually thought abit more over this record breaking attempt and i think that it's easier to break such a record compared to randy lew's online record...|
I mean mentally it's a lot hard to play a ons of hands that stay aweak for so long, still it would really be impressive!
| Cliffem||06/02/2012 13:57:24 GMT|
| Probably many other 'world record' holders in Macau on an average week