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07-13-2009 , 04:27 PM
With 162 players left, avg chip stack is 1.2 million chips.
07-13-2009 , 04:29 PM
Quote:
Originally Posted by rizeagainst
i lke ivey but how exactly is betting with an apple in your mouth "so sick lmao"?
so sick = most people betting their full stack would be nervous and put the apple down, not to mention he just added 500k to his stack

lmao = i found it funny too
07-13-2009 , 04:33 PM
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Originally Posted by chilin_dude
Things That Make You Go "Hmmmm?"

There was 150,000 in the pot on the river, the board reading {K-Hearts} {K-Spades} {3-Spades} {K-Clubs} {8-Spades}. Ludovic Lacay moved all in for 1.87 million, sending John Martin into the tank. Martin thought about it for five solid minutes before finally calling off his remaining 575,000.

Lacay insta-mucked and Martin showed {Q-Spades} {9-Spades} for a flush. Since it was Lacay's bet that he called, Martin wanted to see the hand and it was fished out of the muck. Lacay had nothing but air with {7-Diamonds} {5-Diamonds}.

Lacay is down to 1,870,000 while Martin has new life with 1.3 million in chips



wat a f call
zomg I has a flush!
07-13-2009 , 04:36 PM
Cole South Eliminated

Jason Brice opened from the button, Cole South three-bet from the big blind and Brice made the call. The rest of South's chips went in on the {7-Clubs} {4-Hearts} {2-Diamonds} flop.

South turned up {A-?} {K-?} and was in dire shape against Brice's {A-Clubs} {A-Spades}. The turn was the {8-Clubs}, the river was the {Q-Diamonds} and South hit the rail in 162nd place
07-13-2009 , 04:36 PM
Quote:
Originally Posted by rizeagainst
i lke ivey but how exactly is betting with an apple in your mouth "so sick lmao"?
haha
07-13-2009 , 04:37 PM
Quote:
Originally Posted by chilin_dude
TREXXXXXXXXXXXx

Dang Finds Three Pair
He must think she's really aggro good or really bad, because against a stereotypical tight lady in live games, TPGK is never good on the turn against her raise pre-flop/ c-bet into 4 players/ c/r turn line.
07-13-2009 , 04:38 PM

Nguyen Smashes Begleiter's Rockets

Van Nguyen limped in from middle position and action folded over to Steven Begleiter in the big blind and he put in a raise. Nguyen called.

The flop came down {10-Clubs} {9-Diamonds} {8-Diamonds} and Begleiter fired 120,000. Nguyen called.

The turn was the {J-Clubs} and Begleiter checked. Nguyen fired out 180,000. Begleiter called.

The river was the {A-Clubs} and Begleiter checked again. Nguyen bet out 350,000 and Begleiter quickly announced a call.

Begleiter tabled two red aces, {A-Diamonds} {A-Hearts}, for a set on the river. Nguyen showed {Q-Spades} {10-Spades} for a straight on the turn and scooped in the pot.

Nguyen now has 1.981 million while Begleiter dropped to 2.5 million.


Begleiter seems destined to donk off all his chips.
07-13-2009 , 04:38 PM
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Originally Posted by MrBigNeck
Yeh fair play on Phillips, i didnt think too much of him last year, but he's really prooving me wrong.
it seems like the last few years a disproportionate amount of recent main event champions [or "november 9 chipleader" dennis phillips] have gone deep in following year main events. i'm guessing it has to do with them getting paid off more by donks who think they're always bluffing.
if you listen to dennis phillips talk or watched him play on TV last year, it's pretty difficult to conclude that he's a good player.
feel free to share if you think i'm wrong.
07-13-2009 , 04:42 PM
lol this begleiter type is a true donkey.
Lol @his aces vs. QT hand.
07-13-2009 , 04:47 PM
It would be funny to have Sebok and Serock at the final table
07-13-2009 , 04:48 PM
Van "Men Nguyen's wife" Nguyen?
07-13-2009 , 04:49 PM
Quote:
Originally Posted by uter
feel free to share if you think i'm wrong.
You are wrong.
07-13-2009 , 04:52 PM
If ivey wins... Will the world as we know it come to an end?
07-13-2009 , 04:52 PM
F sexy womans life


* 2 minutes ago | Posted by FerricRamsium
A Good Call Goes Unrewarded

Nichoel Peppe opened with an early-position raise to 40,000. In the cutoff seat, Adam York re-raised to 150,000, and Peppe made the call to see a flop.

It came down {J-Diamonds} {8-Hearts} {3-Clubs}, and after a check from Peppe, York moved all in for his last 247,000. Peppe would consider for a good while before making the call to put her opponent at risk.

Showdown
Peppe: {4-Diamonds} {4-Clubs}
York: {A-Hearts} {Q-Diamonds}

And what a call it was! Peppe was in the lead with her pair of fours, and York was two cards away from elimination. The turn was a blank {5-Spades}, but somehow the {Q-Spades} ripped off on the river, drawing a deathly gasp from the table and the rail alike. York improved to the pair of queens, good enough to earn him a come-from-behind double up to 840,000. Peppe has slipped back to 920,000 after that tough beat.
07-13-2009 , 04:53 PM
Quote:
Originally Posted by uter
it seems like the last few years a disproportionate amount of recent main event champions [or "november 9 chipleader" dennis phillips] have gone deep in following year main events. i'm guessing it has to do with them getting paid off more by donks who think they're always bluffing.
if you listen to dennis phillips talk or watched him play on TV last year, it's pretty difficult to conclude that he's a good player.
feel free to share if you think i'm wrong.
Interesting theory on them getting paid off by donks, I always find online if i have a particuarly good experience with a tournament I tend to run better again when i replay that event then when i replay tournaments i've traditionally had bad experiences with (not sure what this is called.)

But na i didn't think much to Dennis Phillips, and assumed he would just fade into obscurity, what i meant to say was "maybe i should start giving him a little bit more credit then i am"
07-13-2009 , 04:56 PM
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Originally Posted by ImNVGtard
?????

Standard imo
not at all, calling down without a straight on a 4straight board is kinda bad in donkaments.
07-13-2009 , 04:57 PM
Quote:
Originally Posted by ImNVGtard
?????

Standard imo
How is that standard in any way?
07-13-2009 , 04:57 PM
Quote:
Originally Posted by MrBigNeck
what i meant to say was "maybe i should start giving him a little bit more credit then i am"
uter just made you his personal bitch. LMAO @ you trying to spin it any other way. Time to return your Dennis Phillips fan club card and your signature Dennis Phillips trucker clothes. Don't try to jump back on the bandwagon when Phillips make it to the final table.
07-13-2009 , 04:58 PM
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Originally Posted by timfbmx
If ivey wins... Will the world as we know it come to an end?
Why does the world have to end if a black man wins?
07-13-2009 , 04:58 PM
Ivey allegedly won a big pot, as well as Phillips. Good news in my ears.
07-13-2009 , 04:59 PM
Pokernews crashed again gayyyyyyyyy
07-13-2009 , 04:59 PM
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Originally Posted by Berlino
He must think she's really aggro good or really bad, because against a stereotypical tight lady in live games, TPGK is never good on the turn against her raise pre-flop/ c-bet into 4 players/ c/r turn line.
Hac got dang lucky
07-13-2009 , 05:00 PM
Ivey sitting on 1.9M. 150 players left.
07-13-2009 , 05:01 PM
sick call imo

Adam Bilzerian Doubles Through Joel Patchell

Joel Patchell opened for 45,000 from early position and got two callers, including Adam Bilzerian in the big blind. The flop came down {6-Hearts} {5-Spades} {2-Clubs} and the action was checked to Patchell, who bet 90,000. One fold, and the action was back on Bilzerian, who raised to 245,000.

After a bit of a think, Patchell moved all in, having Bilzerian covered. Bilzerian tanked for several minutes before finally calling all in.

Bilzarian showed {4-Spades} {5-Hearts} for middle pair and a straight draw.

"I got nothing," said Patchell as he turned over {9-Spades}.

The turn was the {10-Diamonds}, the river was the {K-Spades} and Bilzerian doubled up to 2.25 million.
07-13-2009 , 05:02 PM
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Originally Posted by FullyOnTilt
How is that standard in any way?
I'm hoping the post was a level considering the username.

      
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