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Rotorua poker players Kuru Whiston, Renae Baker win $70k each at New Zealand Championships in Christchurch

Whiston, an insurance broker who won a $60 rebuy satellite tournament into the main event, said it was far and away the highlight of his 12-year poker career. Baker was the 2011 National Women's Poker Champion and also finished second in this year's Women's event. Whiston held the second shortest stack heading into day two of the tournament, and was the shortest stack when the final table of 10 formed. But he found a way to win. "I started day two with 12 big blinds and basically only had one decision; wait for a shoving spot," said Whiston. "I got that second hand and doubled up, then played pretty tight, waited for good hands and tried to make good decisions. "Late on day two when I had built a decent stack I had to lay down aces in one hand and kings on another on the flop, to some action which showed me I was beat and I felt like I was making good decisions. "Approaching the bubble I had around 25 big blinds and there were probably four or five players who had 10 or less big blinds, so it was just about picking up the odd spot and waiting for the bubble to burst." Whiston was the last man standing following 28 hours of play over three days, and noted some of his most important hands. "I raised KQ on the button, Geoff Smith in the small blind was the only caller and the flop came Q92 with two hearts. He led at the flop, I raised, he jammed, I called and he showed me the 94 of hearts.

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SPECIAL REPORT: Business owners all in on legal poker clubs

SPECIAL REPORT: Business owners all in on legal poker clubs There's cards, chips, dealers and live music. People are betting their own money and playing poker.  El Paso Player's Club is the third poker club to open up in El Paso since July. All of these clubs claim they are completely legal, despite the state's strict gambling laws. "The way it works in Texas is there's ways around the gambling laws per se," said Joe Garcia,   El Paso Player's Club managing partner. "One of the big things that the state of Texas says is it has to be in a private membership area. You can't just have it out in the open, open to the public.

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