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Videos of Team Canada Poker from the 2009 WSOP

Submitted by on July 2, 2009 – 5:05 PMNo Comment

minitcred2Hey there, loyal PokerClippers.  I’m writing to you from my hotel room at Harrah’s Hotel and Casino, in overcast Las Vegas, Nevada.  Team Canada Poker’s trip to the World Series of Poker is now complete, and I’m happy to report that one of our members, TOC XII Champion John Lawson, made it all the way to 135th place out of 2818 players and cashed for $3615 US!  Congratulations, John!

Below you’ll find a series of videos taken before and while the team played in their event.  There’s a lot of optimism, here, as they team enjoys their moment in the sun…

Members of Team Canada Poker mill about the lobby of Harrah’s, waiting to be picked up and taken over to the Rio for WSOP event #54.

George Kuzmanovic channels Ric Flair as he arrives at the Rio, ready for event #54 of the WSOP

Ed Wendling is a bit overdressed for the 100+ degree heat

George Kuzmanovic and Ed Wendling found out that, out of 300+ tables, they would both be starting on the same one! What are the odds?

The rest of the team arrives in the second limo, and greets the camera before heading into the Rio for WSOP #54.

Team Canada Poker poses for a group photo in the Amazon room at the Rio, about an hour before the tournament is set to start.

Michael Stone — hey, that’s me! — suddenly realizes he’s on camera, while playing in event #54 at the WSOP

Michael Stone pretends to contemplate a decision, even though he’s not in the hand, during event #54 of the WSOP.

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