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Calling the Clock with Max Pescatori Sponsored by KO Watches

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  • 60 seconds with Max Pescatori sponsored by @kowatches: Who would you most want to fight in poker?

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PokerNews’ Sarah Herring called the clock on Pescatori, giving him 60 seconds to answer as many questions as he can. This week's segment comes from a previous interview with Pescatori on the PokerNews Podcast.

How do you like your eggs?


Ever broken a bone?

Yeah, I have a gigantic scar from when I broke it in Monte Carlo after [Antonio] Esfandiari knocked me out.

What bone was it?

The humerus, it’s the one in the right arm between the shoulder and the elbow.

What’s your favorite TV show?

That’s a good question. South Park.

Who was your poker idol when you first started?

Valter Farina. He was the first player that ever won a bracelet for Italy. He won it in Vegas in 7-Card Stud and that’s probably why I’m quite good in that game.

What are you most sick of hearing at the poker table?

Nothing. I love staying at the poker table.

Who would you most want to fight in poker if you had to fight someone in poker?

Fight, like fist fight? Oh, Daniel [Negreanu]! That’s easy because who am I going to fight, Todd [Brunson]? He’s going to just squash me, but Daniel, he eats only raw stuff and so he should be easy to fight.

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