Red River Roundupdate: The Final Table

by , Aug 26, 2007 | 9:39 pm

THACKERVILLE, Okla.–The final table is set, Kenny Rogers’ “The Gambler” is playing over the PA, and there are two topics of conversation as players take their seats … Arnie Block’s friends were telling him to push for a chop — “I know, I will!” — while Brian Horton from Richardson wanted to know if CardPlayer knew about this tournament and would be counting it toward Player of the Year points. “It’s a million-dollar prize pool and should count,” he said.

Indeed, it should. (But will CP stop caring about events where they are not the exclusive semi-live coverage provider?)

UPDATE: Arnie, despite having the hugest cheering section (four people) chanting, “Ar-nie! Ar-nie!” went out in 10th place. $20,000.

Though as I’m typing there was already a huge 3-way all-in that created some dramatic shifts in chips, here’s who and how the final table started:

TK …


One Comment to “Red River Roundupdate: The Final Table”


  1. Steve
    says:

    CP stopped caring a long time ago. They show absolutely no coverage of anything WSOP or the circuits, since they lost the exclusive rights. Seem to be more of an overseas or strictly Vegas site now.