Affiliate Agrees to Stay Handcuffed Until Poker Tournament Entry is a Lock

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Poker affiliate makes a deal that he will stay handcuffed until he gets 2,000 players to sign up at an online poker room. In exchange, when this is accomplished, he gets the buy-in for the 2006 World Series of Poker Main Event.

I am publicly admitting being an idiot and asking for your help. Please, for the love of all that is good, click on one of the links to Paradise Poker, register, deposit, and help get me out of this nightmare. I keep telling myself I can handle this, but the truth is I can't. My wrists feel like crap, my forearms cramp constantly, and people are beginning to stare.

Poker affiliate, John Joseph, has made a deal that he will stay handcuffed until he gets 2,000 players to sign up at an online poker room. In exchange, when this is accomplished, he gets the buy-in for the 2006 World Series of Poker Main Event.

"I am publicly admitting being an idiot and asking for your help. Please, for the love of all that is good, click on one of the links to Paradise Poker, register, deposit, and help get me out of this nightmare. I keep telling myself I can handle this, but the truth is I can't. My wrists feel like crap, my forearms cramp constantly, and people are beginning to stare."

Apparently some poker players will try anything to get into the greatest poker tournament in the world. Last year a guy auctioned himself off on EBay agreeing to wear a Pink Bunny costume at the tables. Golden Palace paid the price but unfortunately the costume was not allowed by the tournament organizers.

Well this year, poker affiliate John Joseph won’t be wearing a costume if he makes it, but he may be unable to pick up his cards. Joseph has agreed to stay in a pair of handcuffs until he sends enough players to an online poker site to complete his deal.

Check it out for yourself at http://www.yougotthekey.com . Many poker players would do almost anything to get into the WSOP main event. However very few would do anything like this just for a $10,000 buy-in to a tournament. Here’s the thing, 2,000 players is a very large number. Most affiliates, with the exception of a very select few, would agree that sending 2,000 players would be a dream year. This guy is hoping to be turned loose in a matter of days!

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