Maybe it’s all that practice they get dropping the gloves during hockey games, but Canadians are in a feisty mood at this year’s WSOP. First the stimulating Aadam Daya took the WSOP’s inaugural “Stimulus Special” title and with it, a cool $625,000. Now Pascal Lefrançois (and his army of Francophone supporters) has snagged the bracelet Phil Hellmuth so badly wanted, and the $568,974 that Phil might also have coveted. See, this is what happens when there’s no Canadian-based team playing in the Stanley Cup finals. Read more.
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