Dusk Till Dawn Hires a Private Jet For WSOPE
Dusk Till Dawn hired a small commercial Boeing 737 “to make travelling to the event quicker and easier for UK players.”
Jon is a freelance writer and novelist who learned to play poker after watching Rounders in year 9. He has been giving away his beer money at cards ever since. Currently he is based in Bristol where he makes sporadic donations to the occasional live tournament or drunken late night Zoom session. He blogs at What Is There to Option?
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