And i saw that "Breezy" took down a heads up tourney late last year at some event for about 40K IIRCHe falls into the classic situation of getting a big stack, and then punting it all away.
I loved it when his nephew arced up and got physical ... and then got taken down. LOL
Maybe the schedule has changed, now only seems to be on 22nd and 24th.Poker Night on Wall Street
March 15, 17, 22 or 24: Bloomberg TV, channel 650
"Top-ranked investors and hedge fund managers compete in a winner-takes-all charity poker tournament. Hosted by Trish Regan at the Borgata in Atlantic City.
Secrets of the Vegas whale is an interesting watch, the actual topic is much more interestingMaybe the schedule has changed, now only seems to be on 22nd and 24th.
On Bloomberg this Saturday @ 3pm, The Player: Secrets of a Vegas Whale.
Agree with all of those but also add Roll Tide / War Eagle as one of the best and I really enjoyed the Bo Jackson one - guy is just a freak of an athlete.Massive tangent, but my best 30 for 30 eps in no particular order
Once were brothers (the Vlade Divac one)
Without Bias (Len Bias coke overdose)
Pony Express (SMU football)
Elway to Marino (NFL draft 83 I think)
Reality is they are all really good and worth watching at least once. (Even the Jimmy Connors one because he comes across as an A+ unlikeable tool and its good to see him get whipped by Courier at the end).
Such a cold turn.I'm sure we've all seen it, but one of my favourite hands is the last one of the 2009 WSOP. Eastgate's poker face, the way the hand played out, and especially, what Eastgate does at showdown. Takes the time to stack some chips, doesn't smile, no expression at all, what we used to expect from ice cool Swedish tennis players in the 70s and 80s!