American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A city of southwest Kansas on the Arkansas River west of Wichita. Laid out on the Santa Fe Trail in 1872, it soon became a wild and rowdy cow town whose residents included such legendary figures as Wyatt Earp and Bat Masterson. Population: 26,100.
“Benzimra had the distinction of winning the Titan Top Finalist award, with a $25,000”
“This tournament was very well organized and the structure was good," Benzimra said.”
“Tonight, though, Pagano will join the celebrations of Benzimra, who was a popular winner in Warsaw.”
“But having only taken up poker three years ago, Benzimra has learned the trade among the wild youths of the EPT.”
“At 47, Benzimra was the oldest player at today's final table, the second oldest player to feature at any final table so far this season, and the oldest since his countryman Jan Boubli won in Barcelona on season two.”
“Benzimra opened and was raised by Battisti to 250,000 which Benzimra called.”
“Benzimra completes the small blind but Battisti ramps it up a bit, betting 140,000 which is called.”
“Another pot goes to Benzimra in this heads up duel.”
“Battisti checked to Benzimra who bet 60,000 to win the hand.”
“Battisti now made it 300,000 which Benzimra raised to 900,000.”
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