Jón Jónsson missing after poker tourney in Ireland

In this edition of 3 Barrels, CalvinAyre.com’s Lee Davy dishes out news that are distinctly dour in nature: Icelandic poker player Jón Jónsson remains missing more than a month after competing in a poker tournament in Ireland. Meanwhile, the inquest into the death of poker player Emma Fryer has ended with authorities ruling that a Satnav failure was a major contributing factor. Lastly, a man was killed trying to rob the Bellagio Poker Room last week.
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In this edition of 3 Barrels, CalvinAyre.com’s Lee Davy dishes out news that are distinctly dour in nature: Icelandic poker player Jón Jónsson remains missing more than a month after competing in a poker tournament in Ireland. Meanwhile, the inquest into the death of poker player Emma Fryer has ended with authorities ruling that a Satnav failure was a major contributing factor. Lastly, a man was killed trying to rob the Bellagio Poker Room last week.

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