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Be Glad You Aren't ...
It's so easy to get down on the state of world sometimes. Hey, we're Cleveland sports fans. We know all about down. But we don't like to be down. And we don't want you, the valued readers, to feel down. So let's take a break from LeCharles Bentley, Bob Hallen, and the fourth-place Indians. Let's cast our troubles aside and be thankful for what we have. It's better than what some other people have. With that in mind, Papa Cass brings you a list of 10 people in the world of sports that you can be glad you aren't.
Aug 12, 2006 7:00 PM
Jamie Gold Wins World Series Of Poker Main Event
8,772 entrants. A 12 million dollar first place prize. And a new champion crowned. Jamie Gold, a Hollywood talent agent is pokers new king for a year after prevailing at the final table of the main event of the World Series of Poker. Inside is the story of what went down, from the folks at CardPlayer.com, a phenomenal website for any poker enthusiasts out there.
Aug 11, 2006 7:00 PM
World Series Of Poker Final Table Set
The main event of the World Series of Poker was trimmed to the final nine players on Tuesday, setting up the final table for the richest poker tournament in the world. Among the names left are a Hollywood super agent that has been dominating this event from the get go, and a big name professional that has now ascended to second place. The action restarts tomorrow at 5 PM ET.
Aug 08, 2006 7:00 PM
World Series Of Poker Main Event Down To 27 Players
With a mind boggling 8,700 entrants, the main event of the World Series of Poker features a 12 million dollar first place prize this year. The field has been narrowed down to just 27 players, and the leader is Hollywood agent Jamie Gold (pictured), who has 13 million in chips, and a 6 million dollar lead as the event enters it's seventh day. I've got all the latest in this update, including which professionals are still alive, and a recap of the action thus far.
Aug 07, 2006 7:00 PM
The Dead Season
He's baaaack. After a month long bender in Cali, Hiko makes another much welcomed appearance on the Blurbs. Dude is one of the naturally funniest people I've ever met, either in person or with the keyboard. In his latest, Hiko unleashes his frustration at the boredom of the months leading into football season. An absolutely hysterical read.
Jul 11, 2006 7:00 PM
Home Run Derby Fails To Disappoint
Opening Old Wounds
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