Rewind: Top Poker Videos of the Week (Feb. 17-24)

Dustin Gouker : February 24th, 2013
PTP Rewind


The world of poker remembers the Lakers’ Jerry Buss, Melanie Weisner is pole vaulting, and a poker home game skit. Check out the top poker videos of the week in Rewind.

Buss passes

Jerry Buss, the owner of the NBA’s L.A. Lakers, passed away this week. He was well known in the world of poker for playing high stakes games. The World Poker Tour paid tribute here:

Also in L.A.

The World Poker Tour’s L.A. Poker Classic is underway:

Seat Open

The latest interview from comes from bodog pro Jay Tan:

This week also saw part two with Johnny Lodden:

Pokering in Perth

The Australia New Zealand Poker Tour was in Perth. And Melanie Weisner is learning to pole vault:

And someone from Bosnia won the tournament:

Poker home game skit

The tried and true formula for YouTube comedy. Not the funniest we’ve seen, but not the worst either:

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