Tonight’s edition of my poker radio show, The Final Table, comes to you from Las Vegas, where I’m playing in some of the early events of the 2009 World Series Of Poker, along with Dennis Phillips and Joe “The Poker Coach” McGowan.
In addition to our tournament stories, you’ll hear part of an extended interview we did with the legendary gambler and member of the Poker Hall Of Fame, Amarillo Slim. Slim is full of great stories, including one about a prop bet he has with Doyle Brunson involving scooters they’ll race. In future weeks, we’ll insert more of Slim’s stories in the show — we have enough to get us through at least a month!
Also on tonight’s show, we talk with Andy Bloch, the onetime MIT blackjack team member who has cashed in many WSOP events and come close to a bracelet, but hasn’t won one yet. Since Andy is a good friend of Annie Duke, he has something to say about that rigged “Celebrity Apprentice” finale.
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