Posts Tagged ‘Iggy’

Tao of Pokerati: Almost in the Money

by , Jul 22, 2008 | 8:28 am

Poker archaeologists recently unearthed this episode of Tao of Pokerati, an ancient recording that carbon-dates back to Day 3 of the main event of the 2008 WSOP. In it, Dr. Pauly and I survey the tournament remains after the slaughter of 6,111 players and speculate on what human life is like so close to the money bubble. Ah, yes, it was a fascinating era — one that witnessed the death of Eric Morris and the survival of Ignacious Rex; a time where players Pauly identifies as “Average Joes” heavily outnumbered “unknown” pros like Pat Poels who knew all too well that further bloodshed and eventual extinction was all but inevitable.

Episode 29: Almost in the Money


Best & Worst of the WSOP

by , Jul 13, 2008 | 5:14 pm


Best Mullet
Best Mullet-to-Chipstack Ratio


Though unspoken blogger code prevents me from telling you whether or not this is a picture of Iggy, I can tell you that this player was seen at Iggy’s table well into the main event money.