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About blake738

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  1. I'm not sure if Mr. Lederer is still reading this topic, or if it is even him. However I have a question. Could you address the issue that Daniel brought up about the WSOP release being even worse than the WPT release. I'm not a lawyer, and I don't even fully understand what laws are being broken with this contract, but could you address whether Daniel's statement was true or not.
  2. Thanks for the review, I was probably gonna order it anyway, but right after reading this I decided it was time to order it.
  3. I would say you have to call, I could understand folding since you keep stealing the blinds, but you need to show that you won't fold on the first sign of resistance. Even if you lose you will still be the chip leader, and it will show that you protect your raises. He probably has a decent hand, but yours is still probably good enough to call with. By the way is this a hand from your last championship win?
  4. There are alot of people who seem to come off as bad people on WSOP, so I try not to take it seriously, it's easy to understand how you could get caught up in the competiton. It's very good of you to be able to publicly apoligize for your actions.
  5. can't wait for that, especially the dvd, I've been waiting for a really good poker dvd.
  6. I'm pretty new to this, so I'm probably wrong, but I would call. If I was short stacked, with 2 jacks I would have probably moved all in before the flop, but since I didn't, I would still have to call. You have probably either got the flush or are on a draw, or possibly just trying to represent that you have it. But since it's a satellite tourament, and there's only one winner I'd need to make a move, and since I still have top pair I would have to call. Please correct me if I'm wrong.
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