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MikeClarke

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About MikeClarke

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  • About Yourself
    Just a random guy who enjoys a game of poker.
  • Favorite poker hand
    KAss
  • Your profession
    Web Dev
  • Your hobbies
    Web Dev
  • Favorite Tournament Game and Limit
    Knockout NL Holdem

Screen names

  • pokerstars

    mclarke1987

    $712
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    mclarke1987bulldog

    $28
  • 888

    p5mclarke

    $0
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    mclarke1987bulldog

    $0

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    N/A

  • All-time high

    11,306 (2012)

Cashes

  • Lifetime total

    $740

  • Biggest Cash All Time

    $495

  • Number of cashes

    35

  • Average cash

    $21

Latest post

  1. Very interesting read, you lost me a little on the currency inflation but i'm an idiot so wouldn't worry about that. I agree the buyin was excessive and I doubt it would become an annual event I mean even the most hardened of pro's would commit $1mil to a tournament every year, maybe once every 5 they might. I had a thought similar in regards to exclusion as some of the big name pro's from the past didn't even take part but then I thought to myself theres a huge amount of events at the wsop, so getting that "bracelet" is fairly attainable from $1500 (less than an avg months income) to $10k or the $50k pc on the higher end. Just how many events are there under $5k and how many over? And to boot the fields in these $1-5k events are amazingly smaller so the buyin to the ME isn't the obstacle, the prestige of wading through the field seems to be it. I couldn't name 20 bracelet winners that aren't well known pro's or past ME events - shame on me :p
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