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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
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* 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
Click Here to visit the Las Vegas poker rooms.
Featuring live action games, tournament schedules
and yes our
Free Poker Lounge, powered by (NLOP)
The National League Of Poker, featuring  The
Ambassador of Poker & World Poker Tour
commentator,

MIKE SEXTON

Shuffle Up & Deal....
LAS VEGAS POKER ROOMS
CHIP REESE
Two days after Chip Reese won the WSOP's first-ever
$50,000 H.O.R.S.E. event in 2006, I was in traffic at a
red light at Flamingo and the Strip. As I looked up at
the biggest electronic video billboard in Vegas, in front
of Bally's, there was this great picture of Chip Reese
in victory, the newly crowned king of the poker world.
Chip had a beautiful, big smile, and was holding up in
the air a portion of the $1.8 million he won in poker's
most challenging event.
A TRIBUTE TO CHIP REESE
Have you ever thought about what a billion dollars
looks like? It is a thousand piles of a
million dollars each; $10 billion is 10,000 piles of a
million dollars. If you added up the top
ten poker-tournament money winners of all time, here
is what the picture would look like:
BOBBY BALDWIN
MIKE SEXTON
Before I describe the various factors that set the stage
for Mike Sexton's career as a poker visionary, I would
like to let many of the younger players know that my
brother was a professional poker player for 25 years,
before he was ever seen as an announcer on TV.
One of the most common things I'll hear, especially
from a young player is: "I didn't know your brother was
such a good player himself." The pros that have been
around for a while know Mike was a great player for
many years. He started out as a seven-card stud
hi/lo-split player and Omaha hi/lo split player.
POKER'S ONLY 10 BILLION DOLLAR PLAYER
TOC CREATOR & FOUNDER
ARCHIE KARAS
STORY OF SHOOTING POOL
Do you know anybody off the top of your head that will
shoot 9-ball for $40,000 per game, play heads-up
poker for millions, and shoot dice up to $1,800,000 on
the layout at one time? This is more than a short list,
as there is only one member of the club.

His name is Archie "The Greek" Karas."
WPT CEREMONY OF CHAMPIONS
There was quite a poker ceremony held at the Bellagio
last Monday, April 21st, in the Vegas showroom that
hosts the "O" show six nights each week.
The occasion was special, as it honored all the World
Poker Tour's individual champions from the first six
seasons. It was hosted by poker's funniest and most
dynamic announcers,Mike Sexton and Vince Van
Patten. Besides the individual champions from each
season, being brought onstage in groups to receive
their beautiful Tiffany silver WPT bracelets, there were
some great moments shown on a huge screen that
highlighted victories and special moments from
season to season.
DAVID OPPENHEIM
When David Oppenheim goes to work in the big Seven
Card Stud Game at the Hustler Casino in Larry Flynt’s
game, he quite often has to face the likes of Phil Ivey,
Barry Greenstein, Danny Robison, and several other
world class Seven Card Stud players.  Larry Flynt
himself loves Seven Card Stud and has made a
couple of WSOP final tables in this event.  Phil and
Barry have won ten WSOP gold bracelets between
them and Danny has won one in Seven Card Stud,
which has always been his specialty.
ARCHIE KARAS
POKER STORIES
If you won $7,000,000 on a three-month rush, and
stacked up all the cash on a big table, would you then
risk it all playing the world's greatest players, including
Chip Reese, Doyle Brunson, Stu Ungar, Johnny Chan,
and a host of other poker greats? Playing as high as
$10,000/$20,000 limit heads-up poker, you could
easily lose your new-found fortune to a school of
sharks! Of course, the other choice you would have,
while standing behind this mountain of cash, peering
around it at this dangerous lineup of poker sharks,
would be to cash out, take the money and run!
THE GOLDDUST TWINS
POKER'S AMAZING BIG GAME
CASH PLAYER
(Part 2)
PART 2
The first time Chip Reese took a shot at the big game
in Las Vegas was a life-changing event for both Danny
Robison and himself. Many poker players who dare to
enter the big game end up losing everything, never to
be seen again. In 1973 the big game was held every
day at the Flamingo Hilton, where the Grand Old Man,
Johnny Moss, ran the poker room. Regular players
besides Moss were Puggy Pearson, Doyle Brunson,
and pool hustler and high-stakes gambler Nicky
Vachiano. Chip and Danny had built their combined
bankroll up to about $80,000 at this point