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High Stakes Poker Episode 9: The Kid Poker goes nanners

The ninth episode of the sixth season of High Stakes Poker continued on Sunday. This episode was marked by the introduction of a new line-up. The veteran Doyle Brunson returned to the battalion, but he has not been the only, since, many oldies high stakes regulars have joined the table. Doyle Brunson and Mike Matusow came to the show and the two French pro Bertrand "ElkY" Grospellier and David Benyamine. Phil Ivey, Tom "durrrr" Dwan and Daniel Negreanu have not left their chairs. Another player, Eli Elezra, who already has made an appearance a few months ago is now back. Daniel Negreanu was the main attraction of this ninth episode of High Stakes Poker by adopting the mood swings and the way of the "Poker Brat". This Canadian players had lost and was overwhelmed by frustration.



Although this role is rather reserved in all to Phil Hellmuth in televised poker shows, Daniel Negreanu had followed his steps. Negreanu has had his share of misfortune on High Stakes Poker, but the episode was very hard pill to swallow for him and he had to anyone to blame than himself. With Elezra sitting to his left, Negreanu had trouble understanding where he was in a hand when he tangled with the former Israeli commander. But Elezra was not alone in giving Negreanu a hard time because in one hand against Doyle Brunson and David Benyamine, the French player, has grabbed a significant share of the tokens of his two opponents.

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