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02-23-2010 , 07:46 PM
duthie shipped like 30k from sb at 600/1200 admo called in bb with A6hh
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02-23-2010 , 07:46 PM
Horrid call there from Admo.
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02-23-2010 , 07:47 PM
Oh man, I totally thought of that metagame/metaphysics crack 5 seconds before Raymer did.
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02-23-2010 , 07:47 PM
didnt expect to see less than AJ
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02-23-2010 , 07:47 PM
If you had my mind, then you'd just be me!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rTDJqHuLs_4
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02-23-2010 , 07:49 PM
i'd guess its bad vs duthie, but seems like pretty reasonable call otherwise. whats the ante?
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02-23-2010 , 07:55 PM
from ol' phils twitter:

Bad laydown!! Bad reads 2day! JDuthie had 10h-9h when I mucked A-K pre-flop! I let them steal my blinds & made a stand w KJ when JD had AK.
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02-23-2010 , 07:56 PM
Some hands just play themselves. Thomas Fuller opened with a pre-flop raise that was called by Joseph Cutler in the blinds. A flop of {10-Spades} {7-Clubs} {2-Diamonds} didn't promise to hold much action, but after a series of bets all the chips were in. Cutler started by checking, then raised to 268,000 after Fuller bet 121,000.

Fuller contemplated his options, eyeing Cutler's remaining 600,000 chips. He announced all in. Cutler stared him down for about thirty seconds and then called all in with top pair, {Q-Diamonds} {10-Diamonds}. Fuller opened the red jacks and took down the pot with two total blanks on the turn and river.

Cutler is the first player eliminated at the next pay jump. He walks away with $28,526. We're down to 13 players.

goooooooooooooooooooooooooo

fullllllleeeeeeerrrrrrrrrrrrrrr
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02-23-2010 , 07:57 PM
I dunno about that hand "playing itself", heh
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02-23-2010 , 08:07 PM
what is the trick to getting the webcast to work from my laptop in the room?
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02-23-2010 , 08:12 PM
One thing we've noticed about Sam Stein during the four days of this tourament is that he doesn't easily fold on the flop. Sitting with the button, he took a raised flop of 5s 2s 5s against Kyle Zartman. Zartman bet 133,000 and Stein called.

When the turn came Qh, Zartman checked. That opened the door for Stein to bet 216,000, a bet Zartman called. Zartman checked again on a seeming blank of a river, 4s . Stein, never shy, bet 453,000. Zartman cut calling chips off of his stack and threw them over the betting line. He mucked his hand when Stein showed Qs Jc, having turned top pair.


so terrible
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02-23-2010 , 08:22 PM
EZ game boys
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02-23-2010 , 08:33 PM
Get the link to the stream, then get VLC (www.videolan.org)
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02-23-2010 , 08:39 PM
When is the later tables schedule to start?
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02-23-2010 , 08:51 PM
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Originally Posted by DavidTth
Michel Binger's KK < QQ aipf

An irate Binger immediately pounced out of his chair. "So sick!" he wailed. "Every ****ing time! How does that happen in every big ****ing tournament I play!"

??????????
LOLZ WHAT A JOKE
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02-23-2010 , 08:52 PM
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Originally Posted by mc4chess
When is the later tables schedule to start?
7 pacific.
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02-23-2010 , 08:52 PM
I PLAYED PERFECT FOR 3 DAYS!!!!!

edit: can someone with a green name please chance my location to my undertitle?

Last edited by FatalError; 02-23-2010 at 09:17 PM.
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02-23-2010 , 09:23 PM
the donkcommitted TT hand was just incredibly bad
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02-23-2010 , 09:32 PM
I have a $500 Venetian tourny chip that I'm not going to be able to use. If anyone could buy it, it would greatly help me. Willing to let it go at a discount. PM me offers, and we can meet and get it done.

Greg
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02-23-2010 , 09:42 PM
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Originally Posted by dcarp
Hello all,

In regards to the $10,000 chips in play...that's all on me. When I was taking out the chips to set up for day one, myself and another supervisor took the chips out of the rack and examined them against eachother. Now, I don't know if I have better eyes, if my lighting was better, or if not being actually in the game made the difference, but both of us thought there was enough distinction between the chips.

We do have enough red chips, I just didn't think they were necessary. Obviously, a mistake, and for that I apologize to all. We have two more chip sets on the way and hopefully they will be here for April so this doesn't happen again.

Again, this was all on me...and I apologize whole-heartedly and it won't happen again.


As far as those two rulings go...

Ruling #1

Our rules state, "Action out of turn is binding, unless the action in front of it changes". If the player who was acted out of turn against is armed with that information, it gives he/she a free shot to manipulate the hand the way they want it to go. That is why we, at first, will only ask the player, "Act, and then we'll let you know" (to try and keep the hand as fair as possible). However, because this is a rule that is 'common knowledge', if the player requests for a second time to know the rule, we will then inform him appropriately.

I understand that this seems odd, but I can assure you all that it is in the fairness of the game. If we can get the player to act without getting too much information as to what will happen to the other player's chips, so be it. But we can't withhold the rule from him/her.

Ruling #2

The floor person was semi-right...Once the next hand has started all
rulings and disputes are, basically, null and void. HOWEVER, the floor who was called to the table should have over-ridden that rule and, in the fairness of the game, with the information provided, given the 7000 chips back.

So, that's that...gotta get set up for day 3 now.

dcarp
just sent you a pm
thank you
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02-23-2010 , 09:43 PM
pokernews twitter has Chewy doubling to 1.2 mil. can't tell where that puts him though.

edit to FE: I think only reds can do undertitles now?
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02-23-2010 , 10:05 PM
YEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEHAAAAAAAWWWWWWWW!!!!!!!!!!!!!! GOOOOOOOO HOOOYYYTTTT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

GANGSTA BABY!!!!!!
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02-23-2010 , 10:42 PM
gg chewy
Andrew Lichtenberger Eliminated in 10th Place ($44,195)

boooooooooooooooooooo
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02-23-2010 , 10:50 PM
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Originally Posted by charder30
no offense to donk committed fans, but this seems awfulllllll

Yunus Jamal raised under the gun, and David Miscikowski bumped it up to 158,000. Steve Billirakis smooth called, and action was back to Jamal. He made four-bet to 477k total. Miscikowski responded by announcing he was all in for close to 2 million. Billirakis ducked out, and Jamal snap called with a stack very close to Miscikowski's. Uhoh.

Showdown
Jamal: KK
Miscikowski: TT
hate to say it, but isn't that how half half of the people make it deep? playing like a donk and getting lucky somehow?
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02-23-2010 , 10:53 PM
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