Calling the Clock with William Kassouf Sponsored by KO Watches
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PokerNews’ Sarah Herring called the clock on William Kassouf, giving him two minutes to answer as many questions as he can. This week's segment comes from a previous interview with Kassouf on the PokerNews Podcast.
What’s the last thing you ate?
What’s your middle name?
Would you rather have one wish today or three wishes in 10 years?
Three wishes in 10 years.
Do you have any siblings?
If you could be someone else for a day, who would you be?
If I offered you £3 million right now, would you quit poker?
Do you have any phobias?
Would you rather be a rock star or movie star?
Who’s your favorite movie star?
That’s a tricky one. I don’t know.
Who’s your celebrity crush?
None in particular. I don’t think there’s anyone out there that’s that great.
What’s your worst habit?
Worst habit? Thinking too much.
Beatles or the Stones?
Who would you most want to fight in poker?
Phil Hellmuth. Bring it.
What’s your go-to karaoke song?
Robbie Williams’ “Angels.” I think there’s a clip on YouTube, I’m doing that.
You want me to sing it? Alright.
[Singing] “Through it all, she offers me protection, a lot of love and affection, whether I’m right or wrong. And down the waterfall, wherever it may take me, I know that life won’t break me when I come to call.”
I’m a bit tipsy but there’s a clip of it on YouTube in the MGM Grand Piano Bar.
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