IT'S the biggest poker game in history.
On one side of the table, the dowdy, conservative German Chancellor, Angela Merkel; on the other, youthful, radical Alexis Tsipras, leader of the Greek left-wing coalition, Syriza, which is expected to win increased support in today's elections. Could ever a financial crisis have thrown up an odder couple? Eyeballing each other over the future of the eurozone. Each waiting for the other to blink.
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