PTP Hit and Run: November 28th, 2010

Dustin Gouker : November 28th, 2010


Tom “durrrr” Dwan plays a Challenge session, and an EPT winner banks a million. It’s all in the weekend edition of the PTP Hit and Run.

EPT Barcelona in the books: The European Poker Tour is over, and Kent Lundmark took down the top prize of more than a million dollars. Story here. The awesomely named Thor Stang finished sixth. Good try, buddy. Story here.

Holy crap, a durrrr Challenge sighting!!!!1111: No joke, Tom Dwan actually played someone for one of his two active challenges. He played two sessions against Daniel “jungleman12″ Cates, and cut into Cates’ lead with about 10K of the required 50K hands completed. Dwan trails by about $650K. Story here.

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And for a look at who is winning at the high-stakes cash games today, look below:

Rush Poker mobile setback: Apparently Rush Poker mobile on Full Tilt has been yanked from the Android marketplace. Story here. You can still get it via Full Tilt, though.

Rewind: For the top poker-themed videos of the week, check out this edition of Rewind, which includes playing poker with Jonathan Frakes and Joe Piscopo. You might not know who they are, unless you are old, however.

Poker on TV: And for the best of poker TV in the coming week, check out our guide to the highlights. New episodes of PokerStars’ The Big Game are on tap.

Good to see you too: Where does Andrew “good2cu” Robl do his grinding? Check it out in the latest edition of the Sunday Grind at

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