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Peter Messent <[log in to unmask]>
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Tue, 10 May 2011 08:55:53 +0100
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Sorry for the timing of this, but just while it is at hand. I have been asked to post this by Sean Chaffin ([log in to unmask] and who has written two interesting articles on Twain and Poker and Twain and Billiards. I am sure he would be willing to forward them to any Forum member. He is also campaigning to have Twain inducted in the Poker Hall of Fame. He writes: has launched a new campaign to have Mark Twain inducted into the Poker Hall of Fame. The site was launched this spring by writer Sean Chaffin, whose article on Twain's poker life was featured in the February issue of Poker Pro magazine. The site will make its case for Twain in several articles leading up to the World Series of Poker this summer. Check out our campaign and please leave us a comment or two!

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