Chip Reese by Doyle Brunson
Very cool read...
"When David ‘Chip’ Reese died, the poker world mourned one of the greatest all-round players ever. Reese and best friend Doyle Brunson spent more then 30 years playing and beating every game they came across. This is Brunson’s tribute, in his own words…"
"Chip immediately recognised what was going on, and before too long sat down with the entire bankroll that he and Danny had built up. It was no more than $30,000, and we played $400/$800, which was considered big back then. He was seriously under-staked for the game – but not for long.
I remember one hand where I was rolled up with Kings, which you ordinarily wouldn’t play. But it was a multi-way pot, so I decided to take a few cards and caught a running pair. I made Kings-full, Chip had a Six-Four low on fifth street, and the other guys were drawing dead. We jammed them in there, and, consequently, it became a pretty big pot. By the river, Chip had four cards to a straight flush. He hit the steel wheel and scooped the biggest $400/$800 pot I’d ever seen: about $30,000. Before too long, he and Danny had run their bankroll up to $100,000 and Chip was on his way."
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