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  1. Arguably one of the most accomplished players that made it to Day Six of the 2014 World Series of Poker Main Event was Brian Stinger885 Hastings. The then-26-year-old from Hanover Township, Pennsylvania had been able to build a career out of the online poker world while dabbling in the live tournament poker scene since 2008. Hastings exited the 2014 Main Event in 64th place for $103,000. One of the founders of CardRunners, at one time one of the top poker training sites in the industry, Hastings was known for his abilities in high-stakes heads-up cash games. After starting online play in 20
  2. Well-known poker media presenter and player Kara Scott (pictured) has announced that she will part ways with sponsor PartyPoker at the end of the year. On her blog at CardRunners, the 37-year-old Alberta native explained her reasoning behind the decision: "PartyPoker has gone through many changes and unfortunately as their focus shifted, there were fewer and fewer TV projects," she said. "As those shows disappeared, so did one of my favorite parts of the job and now my association with Party is ending." Before being brought on as a PartyPoker ambassador in 2010, she had already rac
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