Calling the Clock with Lee Jones Sponsored by KO Watches
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PokerNews’ Sarah Herring called the clock on PokerStars’ Lee Jones, giving him two minutes to answer as many questions as he can. This week's segment comes from a previous interview with Jones on the PokerNews Podcast.
Would you ever bungee jump?
What is your favorite cereal?
What is the most memorable moment you’ve had in your career?
Sending pizzas to high-stakes players online.
As a joke?
No, it was legit.
Who is the first poker player that you considered a friend?
Who was the first poker player you considered an enemy?
Won’t answer that.
What’s the first thing you notice about people?
What’s the last thing you ate?
When was the last time you were on TwoPlusTwo?
Three weeks ago.
When was the first time you were on TwoPlusTwo?
Have you ever searched yourself on TwoPlusTwo?
Lie! Have you ever Googled yourself?
If you were a crayon, what color would you be?
Last film you watched?
The Star Wars before Rogue One.
Summer or winter?
I have no idea.
Favorite room in your house?
The living room.
Rolling Stones or the Beatles?
Book you’ve read more than once?
Big Deal by Tony Holden.
Best gift you’ve ever received?
Fresh homemade preserves that somebody had made for me.
Wow, you’re a cheap date. If you could play an instrument, what would you want to play?
I play multiple instruments. I would like to play Dobro better than I do.
Oh my god. Dobro. Standard. Favorite board game?
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