Since he has failed in its attempt to buy the bracelet for the dog world championship poker , 2008 Eastgate, Tony G likes to tease the Danes. February 10, Eastgate, removed from the poker world since July 2010, announced he was returning to the circuit. A return that Tony G could not help but comment on his blog Feb. 22 describing the short break Danes’ shorter retirement poker history. ”
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“I am withdrawing from poker until my next tournament”
And as the sulfur Lithuanian never does in the half-measure, it has added a few layers, “Even if the sale of the bracelet has a lot of money to charity, I would feel betrayed if I had bought the announcement of his return. “Antanas Guoga even allows himself to compare poker to boxing:” All I would say to Peter, is to think of all those boxers who retire and make perpetual comeback. They all end with brain damage. I just hope he did not come back too soon. “In good provocative it is, the owner of PokerNews ends his message with a touch of irony:” I would like to announce that I am withdrawing from live poker until my next tournament. ”
Eastgate and developer Tony G
For those unfamiliar with these two players, Peter Eastgate marked poker in 2008, becoming at 22 the youngest player to win the Main Event of the World Series (a record since broken by Joe Cada in 2009). A success which enabled him to win the modest sum of $ 9,152,416. A year later, the talented Dane has signed a second place finish in the EPT London for $ 843,734 before announcing in 2010, to general surprise, the withdrawal of poker because of envy and motivation. Two elements it has found eight months later because it is back to business.
Tony G’s track record is less glamorous but it is far above average. The Lithuanian has earned $ 4,385,950 in tournaments in his career. Among these major accomplishments, include a second place finish at the WPT Grand Prix de Paris in 2004 for $ 414,479, a victory in August 2005 in the Main Event of the European Poker Championship for a gain of $ 456,822 and a third place in the High Roller EPT Monte Carlo in 2009 to $ 552,239 extra. Tony G is also known for his fondness for the “trash talk” and he again proved on his blog.