Want to play some poker? Fork over 1 million

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Want to play some poker? Fork over 1 million

From Comcast SportsNet
LAS VEGAS (AP) -- The World Series of Poker is hosting a first-ever event for players putting up 1 million apiece for a chance to win the richest top prize in poker history. Forty-eight players are expected for the three-day no-limit Texas Hold'em event called The Big One for One Drop. It begins Sunday at the Rio All Suite Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas and ends Tuesday with one winner earning more than 18 million. In all, nine players will share nearly 43 million in prizes. The international water advocacy charity OneDrop.org also gets a portion. Las Vegas casino owner Phil Ruffin and MGM Resorts International executive Bobby Baldwin are playing, along with poker pros Phil Ivey, Jonathan Duhamel, Gus Hansen and Michael Mizrachi. Four winners of play-in tournaments will also get seats.

White Sox Talk Podcast: Will more dominoes fall after Adam Eaton trade?

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White Sox Talk Podcast: Will more dominoes fall after Adam Eaton trade?

In the latest White Sox Talk Podcast, CSN's Chuck Garfien goes 1-on-1 with White Sox GM Rick Hahn following the trade of Adam Eaton to the Nationals, which brought more top prospects to the South Side. Will more dominoes fall as the Sox go into a full rebuild?

Hahn says they expect to compete for championships within five years! Chuck also chats with new manager Rick Renteria, who tells us what he hopes to get out of his club in 2017 and beyond.

Plus, Insider Dan Hayes and Siera Santos join the crew to breakdown the timeline of getting some of these new pieces to the major leagues.

Check out the latest edition of the White Sox Talk Podcast here:

Morning Update: White Sox ship Adam Eaton to Nats; Cubs acquire Wade Davis for Jorge Soler

Morning Update: White Sox ship Adam Eaton to Nats; Cubs acquire Wade Davis for Jorge Soler

Five Things to Watch: Bulls try to snap skid against Spurs on CSN

White Sox deal Adam Eaton to Nationals for Lucas Giolito, two others

Why Cubs felt like they had to trade Jorge Soler now

Much-needed face lift has vastly improved White Sox farm system overnight

John Fox, Vic Fangio nix report of rift in Bears coaching ranks

How Cubs convinced themselves Wade Davis would be worth the health risk

Chris Sale: Trade from White Sox 'bittersweet,' ready to move on with Red Sox

Blackhawks: Dennis Rasmussen's defensive roots run deep

White Sox manager Rick Renteria won't be fazed by rebuild

The second-guessing follows Joe Maddon from World Series to winter meetings