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Poker Pro Matt Stout Barfs on 17th Century Antique

Written by:
Ace King
Published on:
Oct/10/2011
Poker Pro Matt Stout Barf

The Chateau de Bagnols outside of Lyon France, which served as the stomping grounds for last week’s Lock Poker retreat for its pros, contains dozens of precious antiques.  One of these precious 17th century multi-million dollar jewels became the target of poker pro Matt Stout’s vomit.

“I barfed all over this antique in my room,” he confessed after a night of heavy drinking. 

At least it wasn’t red wine.  Stout admits he has barfed just looking at the stuff. 

“I think it (the vomit) gives the antique character,” he said.

The castle is furnished with exceptional care, using soft velvets and shimmering silks and complemented by rare and beautiful antiques, one of which is now just a little bit more discolored.

The item in question was made of marble.  Vomit stains can be removed using the following techniques.

Scrape or wipe up solids. Then wash the stained area with a cloth dipped in a solution of washing soda or detergent (not soap) and water.

Rinse well and allow to dry.

- Ace King, Gambling911.com 

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