Kafelnikov's new career

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  1. norcal

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  2. kreative

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    yeah, i saw the same article. the guy was a good player w/ an awesome backhand. missed seeing him around.
     
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  3. @wright

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    He must be trying to return to his roots, poverty.
     
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  4. tykrum

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    Nice norcal, I'm sure he will. At least he knows what he is best at.
     
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  5. Loud

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    Who would be the best out of the current crop of players? Federer is pretty stone faced. Roddick would suck.
     
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  6. match

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    would love to play yevkeny in poker!....might actually have a chance!
     
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  7. Cobra Tennis

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    AS long as is he is using Fischer cards I dont care.....lol J/k
     
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  8. K!ck5w3rvE

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    Cobra, thats not funny. You're laughing at your own joke, when really, you should be laughing at yourself, because you're the joke. Next time, don't put "lol J/k" after something as stupid as that.
     
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  9. Cobra Tennis

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    Just a light hearted joke. Sorry you didnt find it funny, and putting other people down only brings yourself down as well.
     
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  10. pound cat

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    "He always liked it, he always liked the casino," said Safin. "He's always been a player.

    "Also on the court he was a very smart player, he achieved a lot. For him it's in the blood.

    "He feels it, he feels like a player and he likes it. So why not?

    "He has enough money to play."
     
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  11. perfmode

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    Cosigned.
     
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  12. thejackal

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    You got me rolling on the floor with this one.
     
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  13. Datacipher

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    Yeah, what's with the unprovoked aggression? I didnt' find it very funny, but humour is subjective...people make jokes all the time that aren't very clever to me and vice versa...what's the big deal?
     
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