Ok, we’re no CSI type sleuths. Detectiving takes up waaaay too much time and effort. Plus it requires putting logical thought processes together, like "If her blood and her friend’s blood were both found in the accused’s Bronco, and the accused also has a cut on his finger and his blood was found at the murder scene, then there’s probably a 197% chance the accused did it." See? Just too much effort.
However, our deductive powers of reasoning, after many many hours of thought, have concluded that 2008 Aussie Millions
[Ctrl+V] Chrisanthopoulos is trailed by 129 year-old Antonio Casale with 1,991,000. Casale’s showing is extra impressive since during every hand he says "Huh? What? What’d he say? I don’t hear so good. Could you speak louder?" and often has to be waken up from naps in between hands.
Big names at the final table also include Erik Seidel (1,487,000), Erik Seidel (1,487,000), and Erik Seidel (1,487,000).
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