Poker pro Daniel Negreanu is mad as Hell and not going to take it any more. It seems uninvited guests are pooping in his suite. The final straw: The guest decided to use the bathroom closest to where Negreanu’s “invited guests” were eating dinner.
Negreanu kicked out the phantom crapper and told him never to return again.
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Negreanu probably shouldn’t really give a crap considering how much money he has won thus far at this year’s WSOP. He’s won over $300,000 at the 2009 WSOP, enjoying 5 cash placements.
2009 British Open Payout Odds
Bet on Tiger Woods now! His 2009 British Open payout odds are the best we have ever seen Tiger listed at: The payout would be an astonishing $550 for every $100 bet at Sports Interaction. And so what if he’s playing terrible golf. In the past Tiger Woods has shown he can come up from behind down the stretch, although that hasn’t exactly translated into wins the last few Major Togel Tournaments.
“Well, I certainly made a few mistakes out there today,” he said. “Realistically I probably should have shot about 1- or 2-under par today. But I made a few mistakes and consequently, I’m at 1-over.
Asked what was going on, Woods said, “I hit a couple of shots to the right today, and three-ripped a hole from about 15 feet, and I didn’t take advantage of 17. So there you have it.”
Most of those atop the leader board after Day One’s play promise a hefty five figure payout for every $100 bet for anyone who manage to get the odds early on.
Steve Stricker would now pay out $1400 for every $100 bet at Sports Interaction.
Ben Curtis, in third place after Thursday’s action, would pay out $1400 for every $100 bet.
Miguel Angel Jimenez sat atop the leader board and would now pay $2000 for every $100 bet.
You can check out all the updated 2009 British Open payout odds at Sports Interaction here. Be sure to lock these odds in now. You will not be able to bet during the tournament and the odds are subject to change if bets are not placed prior to Day 2.
New England Congressmen join the fight against UIGEA
Congressman Barney Frank’s bill HR 2267 aiming to regulate and license online gambling in the United States has acquired two more sponsors, bringing to 42 the number of politicians now on board.
The latest supporters to sign up for the bill are Representative Paul Hodes from New Hampshire and Representative Edolphus Towns from New York.
The bill is currently on hold in the House Financial Services Committee until September this year due to pressure of more urgent work connected with the global economic crisis, but as recently as last weekend Congressman Frank, addressing players at the World Series of Poker, urged all interested parties to maintain pressure on their representatives by writing to them in support of the bill.