Jonathan Grotenstein

author, 'Ship It Holla Ballas!'

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Author of Ship It Holla Ballas!: How a Bunch of 19-Year-Old College Dropouts Used the Internet to Become Poker's Loudest, Craziest, and Richest Crew

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