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  1. [caption width="640"] Canada's Carson 'bustindanut' Barton is playing poker while trying to pursue professional lacrosse.[/caption] Being passionate about two things doesn't always lead to being successful in both of those endeavors. Sure, Bo Jackson and Deion Sanders found success playing both football and baseball, but that's the exception, not the rule. Edmonton's Carson 'bustindanut' Barton, 24, who recently took second in the PokerStars Sunday Supersonic for $35,000, has been playing poker since age 14. Despite his success in poker, it's another sport that has stolen his heart
  2. Last month 888poker held their $1,000,000 God Of The Arena Main Event and those players who battled their way to the final table earned themselves massive scores as well as places at the top the list of PocketFivers who scored big on 888 in October. After finishing as the runner-up in the God of the Arena Main Event, Ireland’s ‘sully4428’ tops the list of October winners. The $40,216 payday is easily a new online career-high for ‘sully4428’. It helped propel the new PocketFiver to earn his $100,000 badge. The single score is good enough to put the Irishman at the top of two list - biggest sc
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