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online poker was also a Southern Californian anarcho-punk band from the 1980s. It is also the name of a Sundance Channel show where ground-breaking celebrities are interviewed. In the 1890's Iconoclast was the name of a major online poker known for being critical of powerful institutions and figures. The newspaper ceased to exist when editor William Cowper Brann was shot in the back for exposing scandalous activities at Baylor University. The paper resurfaced in the past few years as online poker, published for the Baylor campus by Theophilus Athenaeum.