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I Faked My Identity So I Could Play Poker For $10,000 On Live TV

The Biggest Bluff I’ve Ever Pulled Off

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It was January 16th, 2006, and I hadn’t had much going my way lately.

Earlier that day, I had watched my broken-down 1991 Mazda Protege get crushed into a cube for scrap metal. Later that afternoon, my heart was also crushed into a cube after getting dumped over AOL Instant Messenger.




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Former Pro Poker Player Now Going All-In On Writing About Dating, Travel, Office Life & More

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