Was David Williams an Adult Actor?

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Someone from Neverwin เเทงหวยออนไลน์ found bunch of thumbnail sized images of an amateur adult actor who looks exactly like David Williams. I know it’s hard to believe, and I kind of don’t want it to be true(although it is really funny), but the two are almost identical! If you want to read the thread it’s the one titled, “From the Gavin Griffin school of…”. It’s not family or work safe though.
For anybody reading this who doesn’t know about poker or watch ESPN, David Williams placed second in the 2004 world series of poker where he won $3.5 million. Since that he’s been famous face in the poker world.
So back to the subject – Did David Williams have a short career in adult films? Is that really him? Micon from NWP ordered the DVD so I guess we’ll find out in a few days. I’m about 90% confident that it is, but I don’t want to say anything for sure. I’ll let you draw your own opinions.
Blogger WSOP satellite
Do you have a blog? Do you play poker? Do you want to go to the WSOP? Do you have $28+$2 in your Pokerstars account? Do you want an iPod and other free stuff?
I forgot where I was going with this… Oh yeah, if you answered yes to all of those questions then you’re invited to the DADI#5 (donkeys always draw invitational number five) tournament, where the winner will receive a $1,500 WSOP seat!
Along with 1st place receiving a WSOP seat, there will also be a bunch of other great prizes thrown in.
2nd place: iPod Nano from Poker on a Mac
3rd place: 10,000 PSO points from none other than Poker Source Online
4th place: 5,000 PSO points
Whoever busts Wil Wheaton gets naming rights for a future WWdn event
Whoever busts HighOnPokr wins two decks of Copag cards.
Unfortunately I won’t be playing in this one because you have to be 21 for the WSOP, but I’ll be routing for any Poker Bus member to win! So far I’ve placed 2nd and 5th in dadi events, so expect an easy field of players 😉
Visit TripJax’s blog for the latest in DADI tournament news.
Can’t get any BJs!
I was watching this guy play roulette the other day at CasinoRoom. When I first opened the table he had around $3000 and was making the maximum $50 bet on #32 along with some smaller bets. If the little ball landed on 32, he’d win around $1,700
This guy was dominating the game! Within 10 minutes he was up to more then $6,000 and starting making huge bets focusing all around #32 (his favorite number). He was putting $50 on #32 and $50 on both the four corners and the four edges surrounding #32. Another 15 minutes go by and he was up like $16,000! He said he started with $100 earlier that day.
So that was enough motivation for me to deposit $100 into CasinoRoom. I really wanted to attempt a huge winning streak, but I just couldn’t. And it’s not because I’m unlucky, I just can’t draw myself to take risks with a negative expected value. Most people have to force themselves to quit, but I’m trying to keep myself from quitting. I think the 2+2 poker forums brainwashed me.
I did make one $25 bet in blackjack that I won. I’m pretty excited with that. I ended up depositing $100 to CasinoRoom at 4pm and cashing out $120 an 5pm today. Hamburgers are on me!