Don't Oversell Yourself

The current chip leader heading into Day 3 of the World Series of Poker Europe Main Event, Constant Rijkberg has a funny history...

A few years ago, he sold more than 100% of himself in pieces to backers for the San Remo EPT (shady or unintentional????)

He went on to win the event for $1.5 million, but because of overbooking his backing ended up having to pay out more than the $1.5 million (coming out with a significant loss) after winning it all.

Let's hope he learned his lesson this time around.


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ICalledWithJunk

So funny some guys sell too much actions and end up owing money it looks like... hehe so sad. I would be pissed winning it all and ending up with as little as 10% of the pool.

szakiz
szakiz Silver 1
3698d ago

better to not imagine what could happen to him if he didnt win .......

Never spend more than you have already!

zzbigstackzz
zzbigstackzz Silver 2
3697d ago

That seems shady to me. I have to believe that this guys wouldn't have a grasp of numbers and details like this.

PF_pitboss