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Shuffle Up and Deal
by Mike Sexton
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Mike Sexton will forever be known as the spokesman and commentator for the World Poker Tour. But he is also a consumate poker player and a vehement spokesman for the game. Now, in this book, he has taken his mission one step farther by putting together a text that will have the beginner learn the basics and move to the winning strategies of today's top players. He discusses what it takes to be a winner, no-limit hold'em strategies, tips for winning online tourneys, a guide to setting up a World Poker Tournament at home. He also includes profiles of the stars of the WPT and a hefty poker resource section. Comes with a computer CD.
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Jamie Gold Current Chip Leader at TCI International Poker

Thursday, September 14, 2006
PROVIDENCIALES, Turks & Caicos -- Jamie Gold, the recent winner the Main Event of the 2006 World Series of Poker (WSOP), is the current chip leader at the TCI International Poker Tournament FeaturingPast champion Jamie Gold was eliminated in an early round of the 2007 World Series of Poker.
Past champion Jamie Gold was eliminated in an early round of the 2007 World Series of Poker.
  Johnny Chan, being played on the Turks & Caicos Islands. Gold has not participated in a poker tournament since his August 11th WSOP win. That was the largest and richest game in poker history. Gold won a staggering $12 million dollars.

Today, Jamie will be going into the second-to-last day of the tournament with only 30 other competitors left. The final table is set for tomorrow, Friday, September 15th, 2006. Other world-renowned players participating in the 8-day tournament include David Williams, Jeff Madsen, Sam Simon, Amir Vahedi, Ian Frazer, Carlos Mortenson, Jac Arama, David 'Devil Fish' Ulliot, and Gold's mentor, Johnny Chan.

Sponsored at the WSOP by, Gold also has a two-year endorsement deal with the company -- the largest endorsement deal in poker history. The 2006 World Series of Poker is currently running on ESPN. Click here for a complete viewing schedule.
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