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Poker Legend Tony G Enters the Hall of Hands

Hall of Hands Lithuanian-born superstar ties in with unique poker hand replayer that reenacts online poker action as a TV Show with real life actors, running commentary and more. January 15 -- Hall of Hands Limited announced today that it has joined forces with living poker legend Tony G to bring its revolutionary hand replayer with video reenactment and its unique brand of viral bragging and swagger to the poker-playing masses. Hall of Hands has recently turned the world of poker replayers on its head by transforming a player's poker hand into a dramatic and engaging TV show that can be shown to friends...

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Can't wait for some tony g hands - that should be fun to watch!


Brilliant idea and typical of Tony G to keep on the cutting-edge of poker development in the world, excluding the U.S. of course due to the dampening effects of the Online Poker Prohibition. I have signed up and found the modules easy to use. For the amateur, re-live & document your top hands. For the pro poker player, better publicity for the key hands that made you who you are. For the poker teacher, create an instructive catalog of critical-thinking hands. For the PokerNews audience ... we get to see some hand histories in a more dynamic way.

It also makes the process more accessible to people that know poker but frankly cannot read a hand history to save their lives. Looking forward to Tony G's hands, of course, but imagine the kind of news story PokerNews could build around this tool!

Here is a article I would like to see from PokerNews: "50 Million dollars of Pot Limit Omaha Hands 2012" where you use this software to document 50 million of pots in PLO last year. I would watch it Smile

"The lucky player is usually the player that knows how much to leave to chance."

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