Siring of Steven: The Jim Meehan Story

published on 11/19/10 at 2:45 pm

Siring of Steven: The Jim Meehan Story

Action on Day 2 at the North American Poker Tour in Los Angeles unveiled an answer to one of the greatest mysteries of poker. “Minneapolis” Jim Meehan began drinking shots of whiskey early in the day and continued until he was properly sauced. The professional poker player who has been playing since the 1960’s revealed through a number of outburst and drunken slurs, “grrr..rarh…dqunk…SONNY…grrr….rawr…” From this series of drunken slurs, it was concluded that in the 70’s, a random affair with Street 3’s mom produced an offspring that the couple called Steven.

Rumors about Meehan being the father of Carse began swirling in a drunken day at Binions, Las Vegas in April 2003, at the 34th World Series of Poker. In the $2,000 No Limit Hold’em event, Meehan made a final table, en route to winning a bracelet. Kathy Liebert, who finished 9th in that event, was also on hand for the NAPT – Los Angeles during day 2 of the NAPT, and was intimately familiar with Meehan and his drinking. “He’s not as bad as he used to be,” says Liebert at the NAPT. “He’s had some other stories, but I’ll say that he’s not as bad as he used to be.”

While Liebert did not go on to say that Meehan did in fact sire Carse, it can only be intimated that from the “dqunk Sonny” comment, that Meehan was confirming his fatherhood of the often “dqunk” Street 3. At this moment, Steven Carse was unavailable for comment, and Jim Meehan was passed out.

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2 Responses to “Siring of Steven: The Jim Meehan Story”

  1. Street3

    Nov 19th, 2010


  2. Minneapolis Jim

    Nov 20th, 2010


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