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Bruno joins EE2C - Sat Nov 09, 2002, 04:10 PM
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Our newest EE2C member is Bruno.

Over Bruno’s last 200 games he has a playing percentage of 70.28%, and he has accumulated a bankroll of $16,427.

Does this guy take his poker seriously?

During the Big One I, he was cooking and left a burner on with a box on it and almost burnt down his house. His alarm system went off and the fire department showed up.

Did he get up from his game? Nope. He just told the fire department to put out the flames and not to douse his computer.

After the tournament was over he did check to see that his family and pets were safe.


Welcome to EE2C Bruno.


El-Vice-Presi-Den-Ttee of EE2C, rggator


EE2C: The only club to promote GOOT! play.


Remember if your last 200 games are over 69%, and you have a bankroll of over $10,000, you too could proudly say: “I am an EE2C.”
 
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Sat Nov 09, 2002, 04:59 PM
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He was cooking a box for dinner?
Way to save on food bills, Bruno 8)

Bravo !!
 
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lol - Sat Nov 09, 2002, 07:51 PM
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Rosita said:
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He was cooking a box for dinner?
Way to save on food bills, Bruno
LMAO. Here's the story: I had bought an oven cook pizza for the event. I took the pizza out of the box and put the pizza in the oven. Left the box on the stove. But instead of turning the oven on I turned on one of the burners. And the box was on the burner.

Funny how wifes don't think that stuff is funny......
 
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Sat Nov 09, 2002, 07:56 PM
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congrats bruno...couldnt have happened to a better guy. the white chocolate has been melted...
 
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Sat Nov 09, 2002, 11:25 PM
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Wait a second... in the last 200 T's If have a 71.00% ranking and I have increased my Bankroll by 41k.. and you let an Arsonist in??? and not me? If thats not being dissed I don't know what is :evil:

Sincerely
Tony D
 
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Mon Nov 11, 2002, 07:44 AM
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69.68 %
Bankroll 11K


I am so close to being offended

CLAY
 

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