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Mike Sexton in Home Hospice as Cancer Spreads

Written by:
Ace King
Published on:
Sep/01/2020

Linda Johnson, known as "The First Lady of Poker" disclosed via Twitter Tuesday evening that professional poker player and commentator Mike Sexton is in home hospice.

Johnson advised the poker community that Sexton has been battling prostate cancer that has since spread into other organs.  Hospice is considered end-of-life care. He began the service a month ago.

Upon breaking the news, many from the poker community quickly chimed in to send their prayers.

Sexton is a member of the Poker Hall of Fame.

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