Mark Cuban Says He’s ‘Dead Broke’ After Losing at Poker to Tiger Woods

Dustin Gouker : May 20th, 2015


Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban said he got crushed at poker by Tiger Woods at his annual “Tiger Jam” fundraiser.

The event, held last week in Las Vegas to benefit the Tiger Woods Foundation, included a charity poker tournament. At one point, Cuban said on a short video that he was “dead broke” and then pointed the camera at Woods.

You can check out the short video, courtesy of Lynn Gilmartin’s Instagram account, here. Woods, to his credit/poker-playing acumen, doesn’t crack a smile during the exchange.

We’re guessing the billionaire Cuban was not actually taken for much real money by Woods, and was just talking about his status in the tournament.

Lots of big poker stars also turned out for the event, including the likes of Phil Hellmuth and Daniel Negreanu.

On Twitter: @Dustin Gouker

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