More Dealer Props (but Different)

by , Nov 10, 2008 | 11:12 pm

Pauly and I have some side-action … on which dealer is going to deal the final hand.

I’ve got homegirl Linda Tran, of course (who goes on in the third down) and Lou the old white guy.

He’s got Jena Phillips (2008 WSOP Dealer of the Year, who’s on now, in the first level), and Anthony Shawn the black guy.

All bets are off if the young white guy ends up pitching the winner/loser.

We’re thinking of additional side action based on whether or not the last hand is a bad beat, bad call, or a straight-up winner with cards falling the way they’re supposed to.

UPDATE: We’ve learned only three dealers are in play — Jenna, Linda, and Lou. Advantage Michalski.

ALSO UPDATE: Pauly and Otis have way more prop bets going on the types of hands that will win and lose the money, whether or not the opening hands of levels will be walks, etc. This prop bet is merely a little extra action for Dr. Baller — but hey, I don’t mind competing on a JV level in this world! (This world of final table heads-up action prop bets; not this world Earth.)


4 Comments to “More Dealer Props (but Different)”


  1. Kevin Mathers
    says:

    Was there a prop yesterday if a dealer would deal counterclockwise?


  2. DanM
    says:

    There was not, as far as I know. Did you see something like that?


  3. Kevin Mathers
    says:

    There was a mention of a misdeal during the coverage yesterday. Being that it’s almost 4, I’m not looking that deeply for it.


  4. DanM
    says:

    Pay cut.