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Investing in Tony G at the WSOP

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June 8, 2010 by · Leave a Comment 

Event 17 starts today at the World Series of Poker. The $5,000 buy-in No Limit Hold’em event will begin at noon, and it is scheduled to last three days, with the final table starting on Thursday, June 10. For people who can’t be a part of the event, it is not too late to make your investment with Antanas Guoga, “Tony G,” for today’s start. Guoga is selling shares online for anyone who wants to help bankroll him. Pay for a part of the buy-in, and gain a part of the winnings. Guoga lists his winnings and his return on investment.

According the website where he makes the offer, Tony G says, “My name in the Poker World is Tony G, although my full name is Antanas Guoga. I have been playing poker for as long as I can remember, and have always been an avid supporter of the game. In terms of results, I have won just about everything there is to win in the game except one prize, a WSOP bracelet. One year I will come to Vegas and completely dominate, but it has yet to happen. Look out for me, I will be staking plenty of users and offering up a percent of my play in land based events around the world.”

“Tony G” lists his big returns on investment as 2,600%, 1,546%, and 333% in three specific events in which he won $270,000, $559,650, and $28,700 respectively. Over the forty-five events he lists, Tony G shows a 25% return on invested capital. People looking to make an impact at WSOP without ever arriving in Las Vegas can consider helping to bankroll Tony G as he attempts to win his first bracelet.

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