Event 38: $1,500 No-Limit Hold'em
Tage:
123

Highlights

Highlights

Current 2012 WSOP Player of the Year Standings

Chad_Holloway • Level 16: 1,500-3,000, 500 ante

Current 2012 WSOP Player of the Year Standings

PlacePlayerPoints
1Phil Ivey539.70
2John Monnette524.25
3Andy Frankenberger384.66
4Phil Hellmuth368.70
5Michael Gathy321.25
6David “Bakes” Baker317.94
7Max Steinberg309.44
8Brian Hastings303.00
9Ashkan Razavi274.06
10Aubin Cazals263.00

Jack the Lad Andrulis

MarcC

Kristijonas Andrulis is storming up the chip counts today, helped a lot by getting three streets of value versus an opponent.

He raised from under the gun and emptied the clip on a {4-Hearts}{4-Diamonds}{2-Diamonds}{6-Clubs}{9-Clubs} board. Two players called pre flop but only Dwight Farrell called all the way. He then mucked when Andrulis opened {j-Diamonds}{j-Spades}.

Kristijonas Andrulis lt
Kristijonas Andrulis
lt 170,000 151,200

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Back To It

• Level 16: 1,500-3,000, 500 ante

Approximately 108 players have returned from the break and are ready to play some more poker. Two more levels and we will head on a 60-minute break.

Level:
16
Blinds:
1,500/3,000
Ante:
500

Smith Loses Some

When we arrived at Dan Smith's table, there was a {5-Spades}{7-Clubs}{k-Hearts} flop showing and over 30,000 already in the pot. Smith and his one opponent both checked on the flop and then both checked the {a-Hearts} turn. When the {q-Spades} hit the river, Smith's opponent immediately shoved all in for around 60,000. Smith thought for quite some time before he decided to let his hand go.

Dan Smith us
Dan Smith
us 60,000 -26,000

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More Busto

These players have been busted with a payout of at least $3,831.

William Mietz us
William Mietz
us Ausgeschieden
Sammy Colwell
Sammy Colwell
Ausgeschieden
Kwinsee Khoa Tran
Kwinsee Khoa Tran
Ausgeschieden
Andrea Vezzani
Andrea Vezzani
Ausgeschieden
Ryan Smith ca
Ryan Smith
ca Ausgeschieden
Stacey Nutini us
Stacey Nutini
us Ausgeschieden
Robert Hillman
Robert Hillman
Ausgeschieden
William Gottman
William Gottman
Ausgeschieden
John Knipfer
John Knipfer
Ausgeschieden
Kory Kilpatrick us
Kory Kilpatrick
us Ausgeschieden
Teddy Conner us
Teddy Conner
us Ausgeschieden
Benjamin Zamani us
Benjamin Zamani
us Ausgeschieden
Thomas Decker
Thomas Decker
Ausgeschieden
Robert Cole us
Robert Cole
us Ausgeschieden
Petr Bartagov ru
Petr Bartagov
ru Ausgeschieden
Christopher Gamboa
Christopher Gamboa
Ausgeschieden
Joshua Schiffman us
Joshua Schiffman
us Ausgeschieden
Jason Potter
Jason Potter
Ausgeschieden
Wai Lau
Wai Lau
Ausgeschieden
Kenji Tsukamoto
Kenji Tsukamoto
Ausgeschieden

Tabb Paid Off

MarcC

Anthony Minniti was on the button and had 4,000 out in front of him. Steven Tabb was in the big blind and had 9,200 out in front of him. There was already a pile of chips in the middle and the indications were that a a third player had opened the pot with a raise before Minniti called on the button. Tabb then probably squeezed for 9,200 more and Minniti called after the other player folded.

The flop fell {q-Hearts}{10-Spades}{5-Hearts} anf Tabb led for 17,500. Call. Both players checked the {8-Diamonds} turn before Tabb checked on the {k-Clubs} river to face a 30,000 bet from Minniti.

"God damn," vented Tabb. He tank-called and was shown {a-Clubs}{j-Diamonds} for straight by Minniti. fold.

Anthony Minniti
Anthony Minniti
230,000 179,500
Steven Tabb us
Steven Tabb
us 150,000 -80,000

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Collopy Doubles a Shorty

The short-stacked player on Jim Collopy's left opened up the action by shoving his stack all in. It was a total of 2,800 and Collopy raised it up to 6,600 on his left. The whole table got out of the way and the two players turned their hands over.

Collopy: {7-}{7-}
All-in player: {k-Diamonds}{2-Diamonds}

By the time the board had run out {2-Clubs}{a-Hearts}{10-Clubs}{8-Diamonds}, it was looking like Collopy was going to send the player home, however the {k-Spades} river had other ideas as the player doubled up.

Jim Collopy us
Jim Collopy
us 166,000 -14,000

Tags: Jim Collopy