25 thoughts on “2012 World Series Of Poker Final Hand

  1. And to all of you questioning the play, this is deep in the tournament and
    it’s heads up, the value of hands goes up dramatically. Sure you wouldn’t
    want to call an all-in with QJ 9 handed but heads up it’s a totally
    different story. It was pretty much a coinflip with Merson as a slight
    favorite (56% vs 44%). Anyways both of these guys have done way better than
    any of you shit for brains will ever do, you don’t make it this deep in a
    tournament like this on luck alone (although you do have to get lucky), but
    both of them are very skilled players. 

  2. lol , i guess youre too much of an idiot to notice im kidding ps: im a
    muslim as well and i love poker ……. but i play it on facebook

  3. fukin morron! lucky guy!! all in at the final hand with K5 diamonds (maybe
    looking for some flush) and the flop can’t find Q or J. lol

  4. you’re an idiot if you think that. this is tournament play, they buy in for
    $10k and get like 100k to start in play money

  5. No, you are wrong. Those chips are not worth “cash” at all. Off the table,
    those chips are totally worthless. 1) Cash doesnt play. You cannot use cash
    on the table like you can in a cash game. 2) Those are special tournament
    chips and cannot be exchanged for money unlike regular chips. 3) All those
    chips represent is someones 10k buy in (or w/e) but they are not worth
    $10,000.

  6. ACTUALLY they are worth their value in cash. They just have to be
    distributed amongst a huge prize pool.

  7. I’m not sure if you’re serious or trolling. Just in case you’re totally
    clueless–you cant “cash out” because this isnt a cash game. While those
    chips represent “money” they actually have no value unlike regular chips or
    stacks of money in a cash game.

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