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MIKE SEXTON
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Featuring live action games, tournament schedules
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The National League Of Poker, featuring  The
Ambassador of Poker & World Poker Tour
commentator,

MIKE SEXTON

Shuffle Up & Deal....
LAS VEGAS POKER ROOMS
Jennifer Harman
Poker's Only Big Game Lady
Mike Sexton
receives PATRIOT AWARD
Johnny Chan
Legend Of Legends
Archie Karas
The World's Biggest Gambler
Chip Reese
A Tribute To Chip Reese
Stu "The Kid" Ungar
The Final Journey
Bobby Baldwin
Poker's Only 10 Billion Dollar Player
David Oppenheim
Poker's Amazing Big Game
Cash Player
Dewey Tomko
Featured Stories
Featured Stories
WPT Ceremony Of Champions
Marco Traniello
Rising Star
Mirage Serves Up
Texas Hold'em Plus
The Golddust Twins
Benny Binion
Binion's Genius PR Moves
According To Jack, Archie Karas
Mike "The Foot" Wilson
The Essence Of Courage & Inspirations
Bill Elder
How One Paragraph Changed
Bill Elder's Life
Puggy Pearson
Poker's Amazing Trifecta
UNGAR, BAXTER
Joined In Poker Lore
High Stakes Golf &
Janet Jones Gretzky
IN THE ZONE
When Mike Met Puggy
Mike Sexton
Poker Visionary
Poker's Seven Major's
More On Danny Robison
Ray Sexton
A First Class Gentleman,
A Tribute To My Dad
Celebrating Column's
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PLAY POKER FREE, WIN REAL !!!
FREE POKER, REAL CASH & PRIZES
AT SEXTON'S CORNER
* 100% Legal
*  High Stakes Tournament Poker
*  No Risk or Obligaion
*  Join Mike Sexton In Vegas to Win $20,000
"YOU CAN WIN EVERY HOUR OF EVERY DAY"
MIKE SEXTON
STU "THE KID" UNGAR
Stu Ungar passed away at the age of 45 on Nov. 22,
1998, where he was found in Room 16 of the Oasis
Motel in Las Vegas. Most believed his roller coaster
lifestyle of taking a variety of drugs led to his early death.
Two days later, after an autopsy was performed, it was
announced Stuey had died from a heart attack. Small
amounts of cocaine, methadone, and Percodan were
found in his system, but not enough to have killed him.
The official statement from the coroner said, "The cause
is accidental death by coronary atherosclerosis.
The heart condition developed over a period of time.
The death was brought on by his lifestyle."
UNGAR'S TRIBUTE PAGE
JOHNNY CHAN
LEGEND OF LEGENDS
Click Here to visit the Las Vegas poker rooms.
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and yes our
Free Poker Lounge, powered by (NLOP)
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commentator,

MIKE SEXTON

Shuffle Up & Deal....
LAS VEGAS POKER ROOMS
MIKE SEXTON
Television in the poker world has been the driving
force behind poker's popularity. Today there are so
many TV shows featuring poker, that if you record
them all on your DVRs each week, you'll run out of
room! The expansion and growth of these shows has
been stunning. Equally as stunning is the one TV
show in America that has been on the longest, that
has turned into the pro's poker tour. Most people know
it was this show that was the first to use the small
cameras in a big way,
TELEVISION PIONEER
ARCHIE "THE GREEK" KARAS
SHOOTING DICE
The mystique and intrigue that will forever surround
the legendary story of Archie "The Greek" Karas
includes the sky-high stakes for which Karas played
dice at Binion's Horseshoe. These were the highest
limits in the world then, and most likely forever.

No corporation that owns a casino in today's
world would have the moxie or courage that Jack
and Ted Binion displayed, when they ran Binion's
Horseshoe in the 1992-1995 eras.
HIGH STAKES GOLF &
JANET JONES-GRETZKY
You will be wowed when you get to see the High
Stakes Entertainment Golf Tour premiere on ESPN
October 21st. The inaugural event to be showcased
is The Doyle Brunson & Dewey Tomko Invitational.
Two Sundays in a row, with a two-hour format each,
promises to be mesmerizing to the average viewer.
When most of us bet a $20 Nassau bet on the links,
these high-stakes poker players will be playing
$1,000,000 per hole!
THE GOLDDUST TWINS
( Part 4 )
Partnerships usually don't last forever, and the
partnership of Chip Reese and Danny Robison, who
would become known as the Golddust Twins, came
to an end by the end of 1978. They stayed lifelong
friends, but each began a different path in life that
could only enhance their stories, were a major motion
picture ever to be done. Chip rose to poker's greatest
heights, becoming known as the greatest high-stakes
cash game player in the world. He was also the
youngest player ever inducted into Poker's Hall of
Fame in 1991. Chip later joined forces
PUGGY PEARSON
THe last time I saw Puggy Pearson, he was slowly
making his way from the Venetian valet to go check
out the newest poker room in Las Vegas. This was
about 3 weeks before he passed away.He wasn't
feeling good, and the walk to the poker room wouldn't
be easy for him. He asked me the same question he
always did when we would run into each other: "Did
Mike really write that song about me?" I said "Yes
Puggy, I still have the original lyrics he composed for
you." Puggy would always shake his head in disbelief,
as he would say "That song was my life...........Mike is
unbelievable!" It seems like almost yesterday Mike
and I met Puggy over at Marie Calendars for lunch
THE GOLDDUST TWINS
One of the most colorful episodes in Las Vegas poker
history began with the arrival of Chip Reese and
Danny Robison in late 1973. They won so much
money so fast, that everything they touched  seemed
to turn into gold! Thus, the old legendary guard
of Johnny Moss, Puggy Pearson, Doyle Brunson, and
Amarillo Slim affectionately referred to them as the
Golddust Twins!
Johnny "The Orient Express" Chan has had the
golden touch throughout his entire career. In Part 3 we
viewed Johnny's incredible poker streak in 1987,1988,
and 1989 of winning 4 out of 5 WSOP or Hall of Fame
Main Events in a row with one runner-up, as a record
that will never be equaled or broken by any other
poker player! Both the WSOP and The Hall of Fame
tournaments were held back then at  Binion's
Horseshoe.