Love him or hate him, Carter “The Sad Poker Guy” Gill is pretty much always entertaining. When he’s not getting drunk and throwing stuff out of windows, getting banned from the Rio or making sad faces on television he’s busy crushing tournaments in Latin America or at the WSOP.
But in his latest interview with Thomas Keeling from Bluff, Gill may be turning all of us into sad poker fans by claiming that, like Hellmuth before him, he’s reformed. Behold the new, more mature Gill as he discusses his classic “Queen on the River” ESPN hand and how he’s married with a baby on the way.
We guess that means that the brash, hard-charging Carter that has made headlines for his antics over the years may have to take a back seat to his poker prowess.