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/Jun/2013

Winning players do they really exist?

By: divabrae @ 15:16 (EDT) / 400 / Comment ( 2 )

Hi Guys just wanted to share my thoughts with you  . Would love anyone to comment and give me there opinon .we all know about the really big time players that have huge career earning but how much of that money do they still have do you think are they really rich or just making out to the rest of us that they are ? is it really possibly to be a big  money winning player ever in poker because by the nature of the beast your constantly gambling money so what if you do not win for a while can a big name poker player suddenly become poor again . So my real question is the only way to remain rich as a poker player is retire after a big win ? thanx guys have a good one .

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