2. Tell us about your favourite poker scene of all time (Describe it, post a screen shot, or post a video).
3. Remember to put any image/video in a spoiler to make sure the thread does not lag.
You could post a video a WSOP or WPT event, tell us about a scene from a movie or just post a picture of an iconic scene. We don't care how you remind us about the scene, just entertain us and we will give the best 20 posts a free copy of the movie.
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“I’ve got so many good things in my life to be thankful for. If I didn’t win the WSOP, I probably wouldn’t be doing what I’m doing now. I wouldn’t have the family that I have now.” — Chris Moneymaker a decade after his win.
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There have been so many inspiring and funny poker scenes, Eg. Rounders, 2m2mm, From Busto to Robusto etc. But I haven't seen anything quite as good as Bet Raise Fold.
It might sound like I'm just trying to suck up here, but my favorite scene is actually from the movie Bet Raise Fold, where Tony Dunst talks about how he try to do his best to look smart and try to make his generation and the people who teached him poker look smart too.
This have inspired me to think more about what I post and try to write in a way that shows my thoughts in a way that really shows I think about what I say.