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Saturday, November 26, 2011

Virgopoker Saturday Free roll 11/19/11

Here is this past weeks results. Congrats to all the winners. Thanks all for joining, playing, and having fun!

Sunday, November 13, 2011

Virgopoker Saturday Free roll 11/12/11

Hi these are this weeks winners. Dont forget you can get in a monthly $500 freeroll as well its in the same area as this freeroll,,, that is tournaments/ private tab and it starts at 15:00 on Saturdays. There is also a $500 add in that is played at 15:00 Sunday the 13th which is a $2 buy in. It notes it is a "OPT in for players. If you joined through me an play in my free roll you can enter. there is more info posted last month in this blog.

Sunday, November 6, 2011

Virgopoker Saturday Free roll 11/5/11

Hi all post here now are this weeks winners in the Virgo free-roll. Thanks all for joining hope it was fun for all i swear ill try to get in again next week. ( just haven't had time for it ).

Friday, November 4, 2011

We’ve seen poker players (or pawn shops) put WSOP gold bracelets up for sale in the past. However, for the first time, we’re seeing a winning WSOP hand being put on auction since Chris Moneymaker’s 2003 WSOP Main Event hand is up for sale on eBay. The winning hand is encased in glass, and it has the board cards, Moneymaker’s winning hand, Sammy Farha’s cards, and a WSOP certificate as well.

So what’s the asking price for this little piece of poker history? Well the seller, “londone4,” has started the bidding at $7,500, and there have been zero bids so far. Perhaps people aren’t willing to pay this kind of money for poker cards, or the right person hasn’t heard about the auction yet – who knows?

In any case, there’s an interesting story behind how the seller managed to get the cards, and they explained this in the listing by writing, “I was there when it all happened, working behind the scenes at Binion’s Horseshoe. I obtained permission to keep the deck, so right after Chris had posed for those famous photos where he was holding wads of cash high in the air, I carefully placed all of the cards from that final hand on top of the rest of the deck, kept in sequence, along with the dealer’s cut card, and put the complete deck back into the double Kem box along with the unused deck.”

Looking at the listing and the certificate in the case, it appears as if the cards are legitimate. Even still, this isn’t a diamond-encrusted, WSOP Main Event gold bracelet like what Peter Eastgate sold for the sake of charity. So in the end, I don’t see the cards selling for a whole lot more than $7,500 if somebody does manage to make a bid.

Wednesday, November 2, 2011

Jagger hits the 9am 1500 guar

HAH! who knew all i should be doing is mopping the kitchen floor while i play and that would do the trick! ( well till it got heads up anyway) ,,, then i didnt get the bucket an mop put up before it was over But, the floor was done!