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“Another appearance by the poker-playing writers, which set up a couple of James Patterson jokes, one delivered by himself.”
“The ripple effects show how crucial a handful of online companies operating at the edge of the law were to a recent boom in televised poker games, which in some cases act as infomercials for the poker-playing industry.”
“No school meant poker-playing sessions that sometimes lasted 20 hours.”
“Watch out also for fellow south-coast arrivistes Brighton and their poker-playing, gambling mogul supremo Tony Bloom.”
“Pardon my ignorance, but has anyone held a tournament among the poker-playing programs?”
“She added the role of Minnie, a poker-playing barmaid, last spring at San Francisco Opera, cantering into act three on horseback.”
“And if it takes a poker-playing supercomputer to remind us that we can't enjoy the rewards without taking the risks, so be it.”
“Here was a man whose colourful life started when he was famed for his poker-playing while still at school.”
“He has two famous poker-playing brothers (Eric and Robert), both of whom also cashed in this year's main event.”
“There was a green felt poker table in the corner and pictures of poker-playing bulldogs on the walls.”
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