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Poker Hall of Shame Inductees Unveiled: No Jesus?

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Sep/29/2016

With the coveted Poker Hall of Fame inductees to be announced shortly, PokerNews.com has presented its inductees for the Poker Hall of Shame

We won’t give it away, but if you happen to be using a device other than your smartphone, chances are you can see the graphic that accompanies this article that exposes a few of these rogues. 

Howard Lederer is practically on everybody’s list of poker undesirables and, indeed, he does show up here as the man who buried Full Tilt Poker before its eventual resurrection by PokerStars.   

I guess we can also disclose his half-sis Annie Duke being among those on the list. 

Oddly missing, however, is Lederer’s “partner-in-crime” Chris “Jesus” Ferguson, who resurfaced at this summer’s World Series of Poker after a one-year absence and pretended like nothing ever happened.

- Nagesh Rath, Gambling911.com

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