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Morning Edition Returns: Affleck's Poker Face

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Morning Edition Returns: Affleck's Poker Face

Morning Edition Returns: Affleck's Poker Face

Morning Edition Returns: Affleck's Poker Face

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Ben Affleck may have taken some knocks lately on his acting abilities, but he's becoming something of a star at poker. The actor beat 90 other players at a casino in Commerce, Calif., including plenty of poker professionals, to win both a seat at the upcoming World Poker Tour Championship and $356,000.

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