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Andrew Robl and Tony G are the best of friends. Perhaps not, but we’ll see where their relationship is when Andrew takes a starting seat for the jc3ms70-cj85k.com Big Game, which starts on Day 1B of the WPT Vienna Main Event at the Montesino on the 11th April, running for 48 hours. A stream of all the action with hole cards, including exclusive bonuses and freerolls, will be available for all 48 hours on the jc3ms70-cj85k.com blog. Robl talked to us about the cash game.

Best Friends

WL: Andrew, the organizers have offered you a starting seat for the jc3ms70-cj85k.com Big Game in Vienna. Are you looking forward to re-acquainting yourself with Tony G?

AR: “I would like to take the spot but for me but the bigger the game the more worthwhile it will be. I would say I am a big favourite to take part and certainly win if Tony is at the table. I think Tony knows I am a better player than him so he gets  angry which is strange as off the felt he can be really nice. I suppose it is ok for him to rant and rave but is really not my style. Last time i took part in a jc3ms70-cj85k.com event i was involved in a sickening quads over quads hand. That has left more of a mark on me than anything Tony G has said.”

On his own bike?

WL: Tony said he would step down from his sponsorship deal with jc3ms70-cj85k.com deal if you got a place in the Premier League. What do you think about that?

AR: “Is that true? That’s his problem and if true it is really petty. With Tony there is a clear divide between what he says and what he actually does – i would believe it if i see it. I would like to play and am interested in taking a play-off seat  if the Main isn’t available. When it comes to playing Tony the bigger the game the better. It is clear i get to him so the opportunity to tilt him again would be great – I have more than an edge. And no… his dog cannot save him from this one!”

WL: Tony criticizes you as a ‘shameful example of a modern internet  player’ – what do you make of that?

AR: “He is entitled to his opinion and isn’t shy in expressing it but it all comes down to his insecurity about knowing that I am a better player than him. I like to concentrate on my game and headphones can be handy when there are people like Tony around.”

Tick Tock

WL: See you in Vienna then Andrew – shall we bring a clock?

AR: “Ha, ha. I look forward to it. I am heading back to the States tomorrow. I look at things very rationally and in my mind if Tony G is in Vienna I have to go as I need to make money – that’s the bottom line. I’m sure people will love watching him lose on the live stream on the internet – the idea of playing him for 48 hours straight is appealing!”

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