Calling the Clock with Shaun Deeb Sponsored by KO Watches
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PokerNews’ Sarah Herring called the clock on Shaun Deeb, giving him two minutes to answer as many questions as he can. This week's segment comes from a previous interview with Deeb on the PokerNews Podcast.
First word you think of when I say the letter ‘F.’
Do you have a phobia?
What is it?
I don’t know. I just definitely have to have a phobia.
If you had to have a poster of a poker player on your wall, who would it be?
Would you rather take cold showers or be woken up an hour early every day?
If you were offered $5 million but could never play poker again, would you accept?
Who do you want to fight in poker?
Too many people.
What’s the app you use the most?
Clash Royale or Clash of Clans, one of the two.
I don’t know what that is, but it sounds nerdy. What’s your go-to song at the moment?
I’m not a music guy.
Do you believe in aliens?
Do you believe in love at first sight?
What is your favorite acronym?
I don’t know.
What is your spirit animal?
Who is your celebrity crush?
That blonde girl with…I’m trying to not be sexist, you know? With the big ass. The hottest actress, the blonde?
You’re killing me. There’s so many.
I don’t know.
If there was a poker yearbook, what would your title be?
Mr. Slow Roll.
What’s the worst fashion trend ever?
Socks and sandals.
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