Today on the Final Table, we continue our coverage of the 2012 World Series Of Poker from the Rio in Las Vegas, with an extended analysis of Dennis winning $372,895 with his second-place finish in the WSOP Seniors Event yesterday.

We discussed how the strategy was different for this event, which drew the largest single-day starting field in WSOP history with 4,128 players. Dennis explained why he tried not to play big hands against Hoyt Corkins at the final table, how he pulled off a bluff earlier in the tournament when he knew another player was steaming, and what he thought of Allyn Jaffrey Shulman’s technique of either folding or shoving her way to victory.

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