Monday, August 31, 2015

Michael Phelps busts out of Borgata's Winter Poker Open

Olympic swimming champion Michael Phelps nearly placed in the top ten of the Heads up No Limit Hold 'Em portion of the Borgata's Winter Poker Open. Phelps was eliminated Friday afternoon from the $2,000 buy-in event after a successful run at play on Thursday. After busting out, Phelps briefly chatted up an attractive woman at another poker table, giving her a brief shoulder rub says our spy who added that the woman didn't know who Phelps was until he walked away and other players filled her in. The Winter Poker Open continues through the weekend. Phelps has been in and out of the Atlantic City hotel since last weekend when he was there partying with rapper Jay Sean.

Michael Phelps busts out of Borgata's Winter Poker Open

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Olympic swimming champion Michael Phelps nearly placed in the top ten of the Heads up No Limit Hold 'Em portion of the Borgata's Winter Poker Open. Phelps was eliminated Friday afternoon from the $2,000 buy-in event after a successful run at play on Thursday. After busting out, Phelps briefly chatted up an attractive woman at another poker table, giving her a brief shoulder rub says our spy who added that the woman didn't know who Phelps was until he walked away and other players filled her in. The Winter Poker Open continues through the weekend. Phelps has been in and out of the Atlantic City hotel since last weekend when he was there partying with rapper Jay Sean.

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