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The Nightly Turbo: Petition Against Howard Lederer, PokerStars' Legal Battle, and More

Nightly Turbo Howard Lederer was back in this news on Friday. We've covering the latest on him, a legal victory for PokerStars, and more in this edition of the Nightly Turbo. In Case You Missed It How was the high-stakes action at the online tables this week? Read the Online Railbird Report to find out the week's biggest winners and losers. On Thursday, Howard Lederer filed a motion to dismiss a $42.5 million civil complaint against him. Read the full story here at PokerNews.com. A final table is in place at the World Poker Tour Copenhagen Main Event. Find out who is still in contention in our WPT...

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RE: LAPT event, this sounded a lot like something fishy was happening. I can't see anyone, under any circumstance, making such a ridiculous call. A crazy read, and foolishness to follow thru, ...or collusion? take a look

http://www.pokerstarsblog.com/lapt/2012/lapt-peru-never-surrender-124266.html#more

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His explanation seems pretty sound to me. Nice read.

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"Then I looked at his face and he looked sick. He never looked at me and didn't know where to look. His face turned red, then white, then red again. I decided to take a chance with my king-high." ... This sounds like a neon sign of tells ... sure it is nuts but all of us have made successful calls w King high or ace high when someone has made a weird all-in bet on the river in an attempt to push you off a hand. Russian online players are famous for that (apologies to U.S. players frozen out by the U.S. DOJ from online poker worldwide. The current invasion of Russian online poker players who will raise with absolutely anything is what you have missed since the U.S. was isolated on Black Friday)

flintsword
"The lucky player is usually the player that knows how much to leave to chance."

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