EPT10 London: Don’t call the Devilfish old, not even “old-school”

October 10, 2013

Laura Cornelius of PokerStars.tv collared Dave “Devilfish” Ulliot during the first break in play today, ostensibly to ask him for his opinions on the style of the so-called “old school” player versus that of the new.

It’s not immediately clear where Devilfish stands on this vexing issue, but he does prove one thing: the old school are considerably better at dodging the question than the youngsters. Leon Lewis, also cornered by Cornelius, only goes and gives a straight answer, belying a lack of experience there.

Nicky Katz, who admits to being a recreational player, also wades in with some valuable middle-ground thinking. Over to Cornelius, the Fish, Katz and Louis:

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