This is a particularly amusing combination of personalities:
Antonio Esfandiari - ESTP
Mike Matusow - ESTP
Jean-Robert Bellande - ESTP
Jennifer Harman - ISTP
Vanessa Rousso - INTJ
David Gray - INTP
STPs spend a good portion of the episode negotiating over odds on prop bets regarding guesses at the ages at which other players lost their virginity. "10 to 1 it was after 17!" Such negotiators, they are.
Bellande actually recounts his days of owning a club and being a CLUB PROMOTER...talk about ESTP jobs.
Ti-rrific Jen Harman sticks straight to the facts, coolly and off-handedly manipulating the virginity prop bets in her mathematical favor. Also probably eats calculators. Guess that's a running theme with Jennifers.
David Gray the INTP is always waiting to pounce on someone and nitpick their theoretical understanding/phrasing. He's actually kind of obnoxious at times.
Rousso is obviously INTJ in everything she does. Conservative, calculated, imaginative at just the right times--don't be fooled by her posh appearance; this is simply Ni's awareness of the implications of dressing this way. She takes advantage of the symbolism inherent in being an attractive and well-dressed woman, which is something of a rarity in the poker world.
And then the ESTPs just talk a whole lot of shit, about really anything at all. And they're always ready to gamble on another random prop bet just to pass the time. Matusow seems really absorbed in curbing his Se play in this episode and sticking to Ti basics; he's noticeably calmer and more introspective than usual...Esfandiari is his usual jovial smack-talking self, etc. etc.
Just thought this episode had an especially interesting personality dynamic.