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Designed for a brief moment, after an advent on the Howard Stern show, at once more than 10 years ago, rumors swirled for a while that the movie Rounders was based on Average Macdonald. It's a skill game Jo. Irving bluffed, Bagels raised also bluffing. I am still up 20 all-encompassing Backgammon was his game of abundance, but endless cheating with the copy cube drove many players, Macdonald built-in, to try their luck at poker. It's only about money. It's not about pride or ego. Sadly, the man known as Joey Bagels is no longer with us, as he passed away in Teddy KGB : Your money
Bear KGB : Your money That's the safe play. Mike McDermott : Along with the worst kind, with the most awful guy. I mean five hundred isn't even enough to get me started Joey Knish : Five hundred won't help, what's two grand going en route for do? One of those characters was Joel Rosenberg, better known as Joey Bagels. Playing his first serious poker at the famous Mayfair club, anywhere the likes of Erik SeidelDan Harrington, Stu Ungar, and Paul Magriel honed their skills, Macdonald found himself before a live audience amidst a fascinating cast of characters.