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Easy Game Episode 4: Griffin "Flush_Entity" Benger (Video Mini-Doc)Created By: Matthew Showell
In Episode 4 of our poker documentary series Easy Game we fly to Toronto to tell the story of Griffin Benger, one of the greatest Counterstrike players to ever play the game and now one of the most successful online poker players on the planet.
Before Benger ever played a hand of poker he was traveling the world making money playing video games, but since making the switch he's earned millions of dollars and risen to the very top of the online MTT rankings.
We speak to Griffin's father and close friend Mike Stroh and go on to join Benger in Las Vegas at the WSOP Main Event final table where he had 2% of world champion Greg Merson.
Stay tuned for more episodes of Easy Game as we show you the many sides of online poker culture.
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been playing at a good level of Counter-Strike and im kinda good at poker but nowehre near pro. I won maybe $500 this month playing poker. One day I will be like Griffin... maybe :D
Aww I am such a lucky girl to be with a grounded, genuine, hard working guy like Griffin! This is a well done video and as a heads up Mr. Benger is really nice in person... :)
Damn these are sick. You gotta do durrrr
I really enjoyed that video Matt - informative, fast moving - kept my interest, and it flowed really well. Very nice!
what songs are used?
Did not expect that guy to be his dad.
Lol, his dad seems like he's stuck in the old times. Stubborn guy.
Nicely done, hadn't heard much about this guy except his online name but good story and articulate person. wish him all the best
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