Battle of Malta 2012 Full Video Recap with Kara Scott

Published on Nov 2012 by Pokerlistings

The PokerListings Battle of Malta is over and BOM host Kara Scott is signing off with a full video recap of all the action. Kara gives us an inside look at the week's highlights including interview clips with Dan "Jungleman" Cates, American freeroller Don Ford and BOM champion Nicodemo Piccolo.

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