Weekly Dose: Shooting bullets for a million
With all the live events running over the past few weeks, we haven't had time to get in our Weekly Dose of internet television. So, here's some of the best stuff we've found online in recent days.
First off, we'd be remiss if we didn't mention the ongoing PokerStars Million Dollar Challenge. A South Carolina priest has already won $100,000 so far. With qualifiers still going on, the audition videos continue to roll in.
Here's one from the fantastically-named PDONKYDONK. Who is that? Well, this guy, of course. His real name is Patrick and he comes straight out of Orlando, Florida.
Patrick is not one to leave things to chance. Even though he only really needed to qualify once, he has actually already qualified twice. Now, he's hunting down bad guys and killing them with aces.
Have a look below.
Once you have a chance to digest that, it's time to get ready for the WSOP November 9. A week from Friday, the final table of the World Series of Poker will resume.
Among the final nine players is none other than PokerStars player Kevin Schaffel.
This week, he stopped by the ESPN studios in Bristol to sit down with the team from Inside Edge. See what happens when somebody tries to beat him with both hands tied behind her back.
We also have the newest episode of the Online Poker Show from PokerStars.tv. This week's episode takes a look at the October 25 PokerStars Sunday Million.
Here's how somebody ended up winning nearly a quarter million bucks for one day of work.
Watch Online Poker Show: Sunday Million - October 25th, 2009 on PokerStars.tv
That's all for this weekk. Enjoy!