EPT Monte Carlo: Birthday patricide?

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Father and son bonding. It comes in so many forms. There's the first fishing trip. The first shared beer. The first brutal, ugly, birthday suckout.

We talked earlier today about the fickle poker fates and their clever table draws. Among the most clever today was that of Peter and Josh Gould. The father and son came to Monte Carlo for a birthday celebration in the grandest form--a run for the final table at the PokerStars EPT Grand Final. Fate not only drew them the same starting day...it drew them the same starting table.

How better to celebrate? How about Dad picking up aces while the son flops a set of threes?

That, friends, is father and son bonding, if, in fact, that's what really happened. Judge for yourself in this PokerStars Video Blog.

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