It’s official! The WSOP Player of the Year is Chris “Jesus” Ferguson—he pretty much clinched it after winning his 6th gold bracelet earlier this week.
As PokerNews did the rounds at the WSOP Europe getting players’ thoughts on Ferguson, it seems Parker “Tonkaaa” Talbot gave the only really honest answer.
This comes hot on the heels of last week’s revelations that Phil Hellmuth thinks Ferguson is “innocent” in the Full Tilt scandal.
In Doug Polk’s latest video, the WSOP bracelet winner analyzes a hand between Jennifer Tilly and Alec Torelli but not without making reference to Torelli’s supposed angle shot back on Poker Night in America this past summer.
At the time of Polk’s first video talking about the angle shoot (It seems like Torelli had $10,000 in chips hidden behind the rest of his stack), Torreli did respond to the angle shoot allegations saying Polk edited his video purposefully to show Torreli in a bad light.
Here you can watch the action between Tilly and Torreli as Alec takes a very aggressive line and puts Jennifer in a difficult position.