Event 52: $2,500 10-Game Mix - Six-Handed



Young Picks One Up



Every table started with Badugi here in Day 2, and over in the middle of the Orange Section, Justin Young raised in middle position, and James Mackey called on the button. Young drew one card, Mackey drew two, and Young led out. Mackey called.

Young stood pat on the second draw, Mackey drew one, and Young quickly led out. Mackey called.

Young stood pat once more on the third draw, and Mackey drew one. Young bet, and Mackey released.

James Mackey us
James Mackey
us 26,000 -8,200
Justin Young us
Justin Young
us 20,000 5,050

Tags: James MackeyJustin Young

Cards in The Air

[user20283] • Level 9

Finally, after a 30-minute delay, the cards are in the air.


Slight Delay


The Amazon is packed today, and because there are so many players, the restart of Event 52: $2,500 10-Game Mix - Six-Handed has been delayed for 15 minutes.

Who Mixes it up The Best?

Vincent van der Fluit is among the leaders
Vincent van der Fluit is among the leaders

There are still 167 players remaining in the most divers poker tournament of the 2012 World Series of Poker. The 10-Game Mix drew a 421 player pool, and the first place prize will be $244,259. Last year's winner Chris Lee is no longer in the field which means we will crown a new champion tomorrow.

The goal for today will be to play ten levels, or down to a final table. Whatever comes first. There are plenty of big name players remaining among which we see 2012 bracelet winners Vincent van der Fluit ($1,500 PLO), John Monnette ($5,000 Stud) and Chris Tryba ($2,500 Mixed Hold'em).

The games that will be played are No-Limit Hold'em, Pot-Limit Omaha, Limit Hold'em, Stud, Stud-8, Razz, Omaha-8, Badugi, 2-7 Triple Draw and No-Limit Single Draw. Get ready for another day of exciting action as the real all-round players will surface in this mixed game format.

Event 52: $2,500 10-Game Mix - Six-Handed
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