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Tag: Calling the Clock

Calling the Clock: Gaëlle Garcia Diaz

Gaëlle Garcia Diaz is presenter for the EPT and an all-around drop dead gorgeous girl. Kristy pulls her aside for another edition of Calling the Clock.

Calling the Clock: Patrik Antonius

Patrik Antonius is put under the infamous 60 seconds of pressure when Lynn Gilmartin calls the clock on him. What's his worst habit? Favorite movie? Find out that, and more.

Calling Clock: Nate Silver

Nate Silver is in Melbourne, Australia for the 2013 Aussie Millions Main Event. Lynn Gilmartin puts him up to the 60-second challenge of Calling the Clock.

Calling Clock: Kenny Tran

After flying off the radar for some time, Kenny Tran has made a reappearance at the 2013 Aussie Millions. Is he still a genius? Is he reading any books? Where has he been? Find out all that, and more.

Calling the Clock: Dwyte Pilgrim

We're back for another edition of Calling the Clock, this time with the one and only Dwyte Pilgrim!

Calling the Clock: Paul Hockin

ANZPT5 Melbourne Champion, Paul 'KingPaulie' Hockin, is put under the 60 seconds of pressure.

Calling The Clock: Voice of the WSOPE Live Stream David Tuchman

Sarah turns the mic on the voice of the WSOPE Live Stream David Tuchman. Find out who he would fight, who he would take on a desert island and who should play him in the movie of his life.

Calling the Clock: Theo Jorgensen

Theo Jorgensen is a former WPT Grand Prix de Paris Main Event winner, and he's still competing here on Day 2. Kristy puts him on the spot by asking him rapid fire questions for another edition of Calling the Clock.

Calling the Clock: Amanda Kimmel

Krisztina Polgar pulls aside reality tv star Amanda Kimmel for another edition of Calling the Clock. Find out what kind of guy this former Miss USA contestant is looking for.

Calling the Clock: Jay Tan

Sarah Calls the Clock on Team Bodog Pro Jay Tan.

Calling the Clock: Jonathan Duhamel

Team PokerStars Pro Jonathan Duhamel is put under the 60-second clock during the 43rd Annual World Series of Poker.

Calling the Clock: Christina Lindley

Former model and poker pro Christina Lindley is in the money on Day 2 of Event: $1,500 No-Limit Hold'em, and she is the latest subject on Calling the Clock.

Calling the Clock: Xuan Liu

Xuan Liu is chip leader going into Day 3 of Event #4, a $1,500 Seven-Card Stud Hi-Low 8-or-better tournament and is the latest player to take part in Calling the Clock.

Calling the Clock: Felipe Ramos

How did Felipe "Mojave" Ramos get his nickname? Is he a romantic? Can he cook? Lynn Gilmartin finds out during the PokerStars.net LAPT in Punta del Este, Uruguay.

Calling the Clock: Kevin MacPhee

Kevin MacPhee is the latest subject for Calling the Clock. Kristy tries to stump him, but he passes with flying colors.

Calling the Clock: Bryan Huang

Team PokerStars Pro Bryan Huang is eager for his sixty-seconds of pressure.

Calling the Clock: Chris Moorman

Chris Moorman is the subject for the latest edition of Calling the Clock, and Kristy puts him on the spot.

Calling the Clock: Scott Seiver

What's Scott Seiver's dream date? Ever wonder what the heck he's talking about when he screams, "Nubs!" at final tables? What the heck is he doing with a stuffed frog at the table? Find out in this edition of Calling the Clock.

Calling the Clock: Phil Collins

Kristy puts the pressure on November Niner Phil Collins for the latest edition of Calling the Clock and finds out his worst nightmare is being mean to his wife.

Calling the Clock: Joel Dodds

Lynn Gilmartin calls the clock on Joel Dodds during the PokerStars.net Asia Pacific Poker Tour Snowfest in Queenstown, New Zealand. Who is his idol? Is he romantic? Find out that and more in the following sixty seconds.

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