Guy Laliberte to join the Macau Big Game?

Guy Laliberte to join the Macau Big Game?

Monday, 21 November 2011

It’s no longer all quiet on the Eastern Front – the epic cash games in Macau are still going strong with the likes of Tom “durrrr” Dwan and Johnny Chan still playing unfathomable stakes (bigger than they ever played on Full Tilt) against Asian businessmen.

Well, a French-Canadian businessman may soon join them. Guy Laliberte, known as both the founder of Cirque de Soleil and the biggest loser in online poker history, may well be joining the game this week according to Two Plus Two poster and Macau insider Tom Hall.

Hall said that things could go “really mental” in a game that already features four-figure blinds plus double straddles and high VPIPs. He also teased us with rumours of the game going to the Internet:
“Working through technical/regulatory challenges,” he wrote. “But I think we will get there and [railbirds] will finally get to see a lot more $1m+ pots in a single session than you would in a typical month. Details to follow early next year.”

Tags: Guy Laliberte, Tom Dwan, Johnny Chan, Macau, High stakes