The way things are going for the guys on 2M2MM, a more realistic name for the show might be 2M200k.
Entering Week 7, the group was up a decent amount of cash – $141,000 – but nothing even close to anything resembling a significant chunk of the goal.
Week 7 didn’t do much to help their chances. An episode that focused primarily on a Deuces Cracked fundraiser that involved a ton of Connect Four and another of Dani Stern’s seemingly-never-ending missions to corral some women also managed to squeeze in some poker, and while the results weren’t the worst of the season, they weren’t the best either – $5,500 in the red.
That loss, driven by Krantz dropping a bit over 40k, left the group up $135,600 so far, which according to our math is … a shitload less than $2,000,000. Roberts had a solid week, winning 46k. Patel dropped 19k and Dani managed an 11k win.
One clear winner from the episode: the charities involved in the Connect Four event, which raised around $20k.
For his loss, Krantz had to perform a fairly banal penalty stunt in which he roller skated for a few miles through Vegas in mildy embarrassing clothing. Vegas being Vegas, few people really noticed.
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