David Einhorn Is Back For This Year's World Series Of Poker


Greenlight Capital chief David Einhorn has ponied up for the $1 million buy-in table at the World Series of Poker, BusinessWeek’s Mason Levinson reports.

He will donate any winnings to the non-profit group City Year, Levinson writes.

Einhorn finished 18th in the World Series of Poker’s main event in 2006. He also played in last year’s tournament, making it to Day 2

He’ll be playing in Vegas this year July 1. 

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