2 Months, 2 Million: So Far 1 Month, $163 Thousand

Episode 4 saw the 2M2M boys putting in a better performance all round with the whole team clocking up a $49,000 profit for the week, and a combined profit so far of  $163,100.
Rosenkrantz managed to claw back yet more of his money from online player “BLEWJOB” and at one stage was $27k up before things took a turn for the worse leaving him $11k out of pocket. A dip in the Hard Rock Hotel pool was what was needed to cool Rosenkrantz  off, and while there he and the boys noticed professional poker pro Erica Schoenberg lounging at one of the cabanas.
Rosenkrantz  was immediately reminded of an online incident involving Erica’s fiancee, David Benyamine, where he flared up after Benyamine won a big pot from him at a $200/$400 game and then disappeared quickly from the table. Rosenkrantz  tracked Benyamine to another table and sent him a piece of his mind calling him a fish and besmirching his hit and run tactics, while Schoenberg later called Rosenkrantz  “just a typical NL a**-clown,” in her blog and “probably a college dropout who plays Magic.”
After Rosenkrantz made a heartfelt apology to Erica, she in turn expressed regret for writing up the incident and the stage was set for some unfinished business between the two pros. In the meantime Dani played some heads up poker with Erica for $2,000 with the emphasis on the fun the two were having rather than the rather meagre sums involved.
The next day Rosenkrantz receives an early morning call from Benyamine who had an hour to spare for the match and soon after both players were sitting across from eachother on the virtual felts with $40,000 in front of them playing $200/400 no-limit hold’em. Despite an early lead of $30k, the session ended badly for Rosenkrantz not helped by an all in on an A flop with his AJ dominated by AQ, and later having his AA cracked by JJ(J).
Rosenkrantz’s $60k loss against Benyamine meant his profit for the week was reduced to just $1k. The rest of the guys were in the black too with Emil Patel leading the field with $27,200, Stern $11,000 and Roberts $9,500. This week Jay Rosenkrantz’s penalty saw him dancing along male strippers at club X while sporting a hard hat to the scream of adoring female fans.
The show has been a great success so far but at the half way mark the team express some concern in the next episode as to the possibility of ever achieving their $2 million goal.

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