Fresh off my One Drop victory for $3.7 million, I'm heading back to the World Series of Poker to play in my strongest format: Heads Up No Limit Hold'em. Here at the WSOP, there is a $10k heads up event Fresh off my One Drop victory for $3.7 million, I'm heading back to the World Series of Poker to play in my strongest format: Heads Up No Limit Hold'em. Here at the WSOP, there is a $10k heads up event every year, and I curiously have not had the best results here in recent years. Tournaments can be brutal, but as I was reminded this week, it's not always devastation here at the Rio.
By the way, I probably forgot to say anything in the previous vlogs, but I'm giving away 2% of my net profit at the WSOP. After this score, it's going to be a big one. Enter here: http://bit.ly/doug-wsop
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