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UFC Poker star JaayDoGG Knocks Out Dana White

UFC Poker player JaayDoGG knocked Dana White out of the $1,000 UFC Dana White Bounty Tournament on Thursday night for his share of $1,000 in cash prizes. Over 3,867 UFC Poker Players played for free in Thursday night’s $1,000 UFC Dana White Bounty Tournament. A bounty went out on Dana, with the player eliminating him from the tournament winning $300 cash.

JaayDoGG knocked out Dana early in the tournament with a king-high straight on the river, earning him the $300 cash bounty. The rest of the UFC Poker players slugged it out for almost four hours with WarMachine86 emerging victorious and $500 richer with the title. Contenders who placed 2nd through 9th were given $25 each for their perseverance.

UFC Poker player JaayDoGG knocked Dana White out of the $1,000 UFC Dana White Bounty Tournament on Thursday night for his share of $1,000 in cash prizes. Over 3,867 UFC Poker Players played for free in Thursday night’s $1,000 UFC Dana White Bounty Tournament. A bounty went out on Dana, with the player eliminating him from the tournament winning $300 cash.

JaayDoGG knocked out Dana early in the tournament with a king-high straight on the river, earning him the $300 cash bounty. The rest of the UFC Poker players slugged it out for almost four hours with WarMachine86 emerging victorious and $500 richer with the title. Contenders who placed 2nd through 9th were given $25 each for their perseverance.

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