Who gotta be WSOP 2007 Main Event Champion ?

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Who gotta be WSOP 2007 Main Event Champion ?

Postby DM101 » Thu Jun 28, 2007 3:42 pm

Let's guess folks.....

Jamie Gold again ? ( probability prolly be like getting a pair of ACES )

Phil Ivey ?

Phil Hellmuth ( prolly won't be his 12th bracelet tho)

Doyle Brunsen ( old cowboy dunno still got form anot haha )

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Re: Who gonna be WSOP 2007 Main Event Champion ?

Postby suitedpairs29 » Mon Aug 27, 2007 9:22 am

the odds of a pro winning the main event on any given year are not good, even for greats such as Brunson, Helmuth, or Ivey.

its worse than the odds of getting aces, which are 0.06%.

the way the main event was ending, it could have easily been Hansen, Nguyen, Wasicka and a couple of others I seem to have forgotten. but as usual, an unknown has emerged as our champion. most pros did not really comment on his play, but they all agreed that Jerry Yang winning would be very good for the game as he was a genuinely nice guy and would serve as good ambasaddor for our sport.

who will win next year? odds are against the pros, but that doesnt stop them from trying, or for anyone else.

like the mouth says, "any donk can win the tournament". hmmm, i think i remember being called a donk several times online today, must be my lucky year then

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