"So sick," said Michael Martin as he rose from his seat. "My table's so good, and it looks like they've stopped breaking the tables in here."
"Every single player at my table knows what they're doing," he claimed. "It's ridiculous."
Judging by Martin's reaction, the standard here in the Main Event has dramatically improved from last year. Of course, my sample size is small, but only yesterday Steve Jelinek was echoing the same sentiment. Is the WSOP getting tougher?
Despite the opposition, Martin is still in adequate shape with 29,000.
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