Event #28: $1,500 No-Limit Hold’em
Tage:
123

Updated Chip Counts

[user68268]
Rick Romine
Rick Romine
125,000 11,000
Martin Kabrhel cz
Martin Kabrhel
cz 78,000 33,000
Michael Katz us
Michael Katz
us 66,000 14,000
Andy Frankenberger us
Andy Frankenberger
us 32,000 1,000
Eric Baldwin us
Eric Baldwin
us 31,000 31,000
Miguel Borrero
Miguel Borrero
29,500
Russell Crane us
Russell Crane
us 25,000 1,000
Eugene Todd us
Eugene Todd
us 21,000 9,300
Konstantin Bucherl
Konstantin Bucherl
21,000 -7,000
David Pham us
David Pham
us 20,000 -200
Gualter Salles
Gualter Salles
19,800 12,800
Owen Crowe ca
Owen Crowe
ca 17,000 7,600
Ronald Lee us
Ronald Lee
us 16,000 11,500
David Chesley
David Chesley
14,000 -275
Joe Sebok us
Joe Sebok
us 12,500 -1,500
Jeff Hakim lb
Jeff Hakim
lb 11,000 -3,000
Stacey Nutini us
Stacey Nutini
us 11,000 -1,000
Tommy Vedes us
Tommy Vedes
us 9,000 -21,000
Anh Van Nguyen ca
Anh Van Nguyen
ca 6,500 -3,500

Matt Affleck Wants that Green Up Arrow

We were able to catch Matt Affleck going all in preflop for 5,200. His opponent snap called with {J-}{Q-} and it would be five cards on the board that would decide Matt Affleck's tournament fate.

{K-Diamonds}{5-Clubs}{10-Spades} all rolled off for the flop, giving Affleck quite the scare as his opponent had a lot of outs that could eliminate him. A turn-river of {2-Spades}{6-Diamonds} though, secured Affleck's double up.

Matt Affleck us
Matt Affleck
us 11,000

Tags: Matt Affleck

Level:
9
Blinds:
300/600
Ante:
75

Break

[user68268] • Level 8: 200-400, 50 ante

The players are now on another 20-minute break. Maybe that guy will do 217 sit-ups this time.

Consistent Kabrhel

While walking around we spotted Martin Kabhril again in a growing pot. The board read {J-Spades}{5-Clubs}{10-Diamonds}{7-Diamonds} and his opponent and just put a bet of 5,575 out at him. There was already well over 10,000 in the pot so we have to assume these two had been going at it before the flop.

After a long silence of deliberation and calculation by Kabrhel, he announced all in and put forward a giant stack of yellow 1,000s and blue 500s. His opponent had around 12,000 more so Kabrhel was essentially putting his opponent all in.

His opponent instantly called and showed {A-Hearts}{j-Hearts} for a pair of jacks ace kicker and Kabrhel flipped over {J-}{10-} for two pair jacks and tens. The river was of no help as a {4-} rung off.

Martin Kabrhel cz
Martin Kabrhel
cz 45,000 11,000

Tags: Martin Kabrhel

Prager Building His Stack

[user198140] • Level 8: 200-400, 50 ante

Josh Prager raised to 1,100 from under the gun and was reraised when an opponent pushed all in for his remaining 2,625. Prager made the call.

Prager: {a-Clubs}{a-Diamonds}
Opponent: {k-Hearts}{k-Clubs}

The board ran out {q-Hearts}{q-Spades}{j-Hearts}{3-Spades}. Prager now sits with 18,200 in front of him.

Tags: Josh Prager

Push Much?

[user68268] • Level 8: 200-400, 50 ante

Not that this has anything to do with the tournament, but a man just plopped down in front of our media desk and banged out 217 pushups, and that's only the amount we counted. Our guess is he already had 15 or so complete by the time we began paying attention and counting.

We've Found Our Chip Leader

[user68268]

Hello, Rick Romine! The guy has stacks and stacks of chips and we can only eye it up as about 114,000 or so. Mountains, we say. Mountains.

Rick Romine
Rick Romine
114,000

Tags: Rick Romine