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    November 23, 2011
    1:42 AM
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    hey sean how r u? can u check when u have got some time what is happening with my account ?? couse its been a long time i cant play so long.. thank u have a nice day!!

    September 20, 2011
    7:42 PM
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    hi, i am new to the site and i am struggling to find how to earn points to enter the freerolls, please help

    September 10, 2011
    10:41 PM
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    Thank You Sean got foto uploaded

    August 13, 2011
    4:15 PM
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    hello there.. friend.. i just want to ask how can i be eligible to join the $250 meet the new members this week?? thanks in advance..

    Roy Jayson
    August 6, 2011
    9:29 AM
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    I agree Sean - no way was it a mistake particularly given that his English was good enough to banter with other people at the table. It was more an issue of how far can you push the concept of deception before it becomes cheating? Afterall, Freitas appeared to want to change his verbal declaration but wasn't allowed to do so: in this way he was fully compliant with the rules. In fact he was using the rules to his advantage. If I have the stone cold nuts on the river and tank so long about my opponent's bet that the clock is called and I allow it to run for 40 secs before announcing my raise, is that the same?

    July 27, 2011
    5:58 PM
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    July 12, 2011
    3:10 PM
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    July 12, 2011
    3:09 PM
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    Thank you

    July 2, 2011
    10:02 PM
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    its definately not that simple, since china is actually a country that bans any type of gambling. Although at this moment they catgorized "poker" as sport, i believe. A lot of poker sites openned up to IPs from china, but then its a very big country and huge population its hard to moniter colusion. Funny thing is that, they started their own poker site in china and that is where I heard 888, i thought its the same site. They are called "puke888" instead of "888poker" "Pu Ke" is the chinese for poker

    July 2, 2011
    8:01 AM
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