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09-23-2010 , 01:35 PM
lol
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09-23-2010 , 01:41 PM
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09-23-2010 , 01:50 PM
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Originally Posted by Masq
how much is 1st?
288,409.00 to be exact.
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09-23-2010 , 02:11 PM
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Jim Collopy has opened up a sizable lead again after raising all-in on the river yet again. He opened to 48,000 from the button and Ram Raswani called to see a 946 flop. Vaswani check-called a 52,000 bet here and a 120,000 bet on the 8 turn before leading for 160,000 on the 8 river. Collopy thought for a while and then moved all-in for just over 500,000. Vaswani looked at his cards and folded.

There are too many 8 of diamonds in that deck
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09-23-2010 , 03:41 PM
So.... er.... nobody interested in the final?
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09-23-2010 , 03:42 PM
Hope Gus takes it down!!
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09-23-2010 , 03:44 PM
GOGOGOGOGOGO GUS.
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09-23-2010 , 03:48 PM
Also rooting for Gus, and try to convince myself that it is not only because of me also being a dane.

He deserves, when you take his big losses online lately, in mind. I also think he has a great personality, and sense of humor. It could be nice, if he finally erased himself from the "Best players without a bracelet"-list.
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09-23-2010 , 04:05 PM
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Originally Posted by thenickh
288,409.00 to be exact.
Thanks. He should wait a bit for the $ to weaken further before putting it on FTP. It'll last him about a few hours at 500/1k.
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09-23-2010 , 04:08 PM
I don't know why I'm getting so tilted from these live updates but if Gus has A2 and there's a 2 on board he does not win with A high
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09-23-2010 , 04:10 PM
Go Queso
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09-23-2010 , 04:13 PM
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Originally Posted by Jamie Platinum
I don't know why I'm getting so tilted from these live updates but if Gus has A2 and there's a 2 on board he does not win with A high
Thought the same when I read it.
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09-23-2010 , 04:38 PM
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He got a little something for his trouble though.

Further unhappiness for Jim Collopy as he made it 40,000 from the button and furthermore called the reraise to 105,000 from Gus Hansen in the big blind.

Hansen bet out 133,000 on the 359 flop and Collopy called, before both players reverted to checking down the 6 turn 7 and river - this last check from Hansen most sneaky, as he turned over 108 for a mostly unpaid flush. Collopy mucked, and dropped further to 1.2 million.
This isn't sloppy, this is just ******ed
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09-23-2010 , 04:40 PM
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Originally Posted by Jamie Platinum
This isn't sloppy, this is just ******ed
Yeah, once again, I noted.
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09-23-2010 , 04:44 PM
GO QUESOOOOOOO!!!!
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09-23-2010 , 05:31 PM
Gus 2:1 chip lead.
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09-23-2010 , 05:50 PM
Just been down to Empire to rail for a bit. What happened to Gus RE: using crutches?
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09-23-2010 , 05:54 PM
Wow. We may as well just re-open the durrrr-junlgeman thread because this is just awful.
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09-23-2010 , 06:02 PM
Interview with Gus after Semifinal win over Andrew Feldman

...limping the button almost every hand?

huh.
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09-23-2010 , 06:22 PM
Hansen defeats Collopy in match 1, match 2 starting shortly.
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09-23-2010 , 06:23 PM
come on baby. do it gussy.
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09-23-2010 , 06:25 PM
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Originally Posted by rdmr
Just been down to Empire to rail for a bit. What happened to Gus RE: using crutches?
Injured himself playing squash, tore his Achilles
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09-23-2010 , 06:26 PM
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Originally Posted by Kevmath
Hansen defeats Collopy in match 1, match 2 starting shortly.
Oh ****! Come on Gussy, one more to glory!
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09-23-2010 , 06:31 PM
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09-23-2010 , 06:35 PM
GUSGUSGUSGUSGUS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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