Poker News: Charity Poker Game, Won by an Accountant

Charity Poker Game, Won by an Accountant

 June 24, 2007, 9:22 am (11 years ago)
Charity Poker Game, Won by an Accountant

David Einhorn and William Ackman have been defeated by an accountant in helping raise the $400,000 Manhattan charity poker tournament at this week. He came from New Jersey, Peter Doherty had claimed the first prize in the tournament No Limit Texas Hold’em at the W Hotel, at Midtown.

This event last until almost 1 o’clock in the morning thus benefiting Washington, DC Hillel, The Foundation for Jewish Campus Life. He walked away with a trip in the WSOP’s event.

This will be very interesting in anything remotely in size, the winner said. “I’m will go to play the way I like to play, steady, slow and a bit conservative requiring me to be very aggressive.

The founder of Greenlight Capital LLC, Eirnhorn was place in the 18th in the 8700 contestant last year, he join Ackman who was the founder of Pershing Square Capital Management LP who does not make it in the top ten.
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