In the latest issue of Card Player magazine (see scan above), Darvin Moon, the runner-up in the WSOP Main Event last November, was interviewed.
He was asked (now that he has watched the final table on TV) did he have any regrets about his play.
"No, I never regretted anything. Everything right down to heads up, I wanted to do. I wanted to double up one of the short stacks early to make them all think I was playing loose.
"Unfortunately, I doubled up Saout, and he was the most solid player at that table the whole day."
Um, let's get this straight: He says he planned to double up another player!
I call BS on that one. What do you think?