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Old 11-02-06, 05:51 PM
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Hachem is definitely not a fluke. I'm not saying he's phil ivey or anything, but since winning, the guy has made some pretty good payouts in some big name tournaments.
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Old 11-03-06, 08:06 PM
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I think his play this year includes a couple of final tables. Remember that last year he should have been knocked out. He was all in with pocket queens and only won on the river with a third queen. This happened before he was even in the money.

Everyone needs some luck in any tournament, no matter what it may be (online or live). Joe has played well and shown himself to be quite a player.
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Old 11-04-06, 06:16 AM
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Everyone got on Hachem and Raymer, but they are actually good players. Hachem gets a little heated (not as much as Matusow) and Raymer wore funny glasses, yet both of them have made multiple cashes in big tournaments. I respect both of their skills and playing styles. Jamie Gold on the other hand.....donk. I haven't even watched all of the airings of the Main Event from this year because I couldn't stand watching him play. He literally annoys me when I watch him play.
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Old 11-05-06, 04:07 PM
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Default Hachem an Asset

I don't know what you all think but Joe Hachem has been a great asset to the sport of Poker.

He has a presence in a Poker Tournament and is very popular with the crowds for his humour in his "All In" antics.

So let's give the guy all the praise he deserves and not call every WSOP winner the next year for not winning again. I'd like to see some of us playing in these "High" stakes and how long we would last.

Moneymaker has been slagged for not winning more but he did a gret jod to get to where he is. After all as it says on the TV, he was just an average guy before his big win.

So it's these guys that give us a "Dream" to aim for and the reason most of us are playing this great game of "POKER"

Let's get lucky

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Old 05-15-07, 04:38 PM
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nah . . joe is awsome . . .however flopping the nut flush against a set of queens to double up tht deep in the wsop did help
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