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  1. In a recent blog that appeared on FullContactPoker, Daniel Negreanu (pictured) ran down a list of six people who some have argued should be forever barred from the World Series of Poker. As he put it, "I've always been of the position that unless people have been found to actually cheat at poker, they should be allowed to attend." That's the main criteria you'll see Negreanu use throughout his piece. First up for Negreanu were Russ Hamilton and Mansour Matloubi, whom Negreanu reminded us were singled out for being able to see players' hole cards, commonly known as "God mode." Negreanu said
  2. Hosted by PocketFives President and Editor in Chief Lance Bradley and poker writer Matt Clark, The Fives runs each week and covers the latest poker news, preview upcoming events, and interview players and industry leaders. PocketFives Editor in Chief Lance Bradley and poker writer extraordinaire Matt Clark are back for another episode of The Fives. This week the guys discuss like and dislikes from the U.S. Poker Open, including Jeremy Ausmus, Ali Nejad, Stephen Chidwick and wonder just why Daniel Negreanu can't close anymore. They also recap the Aussie Millions Main Event and the PokerStars
  3. In an interview with Lee Davy from CalvinAyre.com, tournament director Matt Savage (pictured) discussed the demise of Federated Sports & Gaming and its pet project, the Epic Poker League. In it, Savage recounted his involvement with the group and, in particular, stated that the two major players in the organization, former World Series of Poker commissioner Jeffrey Pollack and Annie Duke, were not to blame for the overall failure of the venture. The interview with Davy was sparked by a Tweet from Savage in which he stated he received a settlement check from the bankruptcy filing by FS&G.
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