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Bluff: The State of Poker 2008

Jay Busbee analyzes the state of the poker industry.

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Wise: Hellmuth’s Legacy?

Phil Hellmuth has set the bar high at the World Series of Poker, but will we remember him for his accomplishments or his behavior?

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Lee: Demidov setting records prior to November

Bernard Lee profiles the success of the November Nine’s Ivan Demidov

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Wise: Making a difference

Poker players giving back isn’t something new, but Victor Ramdin has taken his charity efforts in Guyana to a new level to those in need.

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Wise: Laak ages at 2008 WSOP

Finding Phil Laak at the WSOP was easy. All you had to do was look for the 60-year-old man sitting at his table.

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Bluff: The future of poker training

Lee Jones acknowledges that the poker training landscape is changing once again.

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Cronley: When you’re hot, you’re hot

Here’s what’s hard about picking winners at the horse races: everything.

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Wise: The king and queen of hearts

Vanessa Rousso and Chad Brown found something very unsuspecting during a poker tournament — love.

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Bluff: Watkinson’s actions do all the talking

Lee Watkinson sits quietly at the table knowing his results do all the talking he needs.

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Wise: Maintaining the title’s luster

Joe Hachem has been one of the most consistent world champions in recent years, and his journey to a 2008 title begins Tuesday night on ESPN.

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Wise: Players Head to Macau

Gary Wise sets the stage in Macau and shows how it could become poker’s biggest home in the near future.

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