2013 World Series of Poker

Event #19: $5,000 Pot-Limit Hold'em
Tage: 1
Event Info

2013 World Series of Poker

Finales Ergebnis
Gewinner Hand
Event Info
Level Info
15,000 / 30,000

Meyers Movin' Up

Level 2 : 50-100, 0 ante

Brandon Meyers raised to 250 in early position, Martin Finger three-bet to 1,100, and the action folded back to Meyers, who put in a small four-bet. Finger called.

The flop fell {4-Spades}{8-Clubs}{4-Clubs}, Meyers led out for 1,200, and Finger called. The turn was the {8-Spades}, Meyers fired another bullet worth 2,500, and Finger folded.

Spieler Chips Fortschritt
Brandon Meyers us
Brandon Meyers
24,000 9,000
Martin Finger de
Martin Finger
6,800 -8,200

Tags: Brandon MeyersMartin Finger

Four-Bet and Four Callers

Level 2 : 50-100, 0 ante

Brock Parker raised to 250 under the gun and Hans Winzeler called from the next seat over. Ricky Fohrenbach three-bet to 950 from the hijack before Mike Linster four-bet to 1,700 from the cutoff. The player on the button called, Parker folded, and both Winzeler and Fohrenbach called to see a {K-Spades}{9-Diamonds}{6-Diamonds} flop.

Action checked to Linster who bet 5,000, forcing folds from each of his opponents.

Spieler Chips Fortschritt
Ricky Fohrenbach
Ricky Fohrenbach
22,000 -2,000
Mike Linster us
Mike Linster
20,000 5,000
Hans Winzeler us
Hans Winzeler
19,000 -3,000

Tags: Brock ParkerHans WinzelerMike LinsterRicky Fohrenbach

Kassela Check-Raises

Level 2 : 50-100, 0 ante

There was an open to 225 in late position, Todd Terry called out of the small blind, and Frank Kassela three-bet to 1,000 out of the big blind. The original raiser made it 2,000, Terry folded, and Kasella called.

The dealer fanned {9-Spades}{2-Clubs}{5-Spades}, Kassela checked, and the player fired out 1,500. Kasella check-raised to 5,000, and took down the pot.

After losing a few pots, Kassela is back up to 13,750 chips.

Spieler Chips Fortschritt
Frank Kassela us
Frank Kassela
13,750 -1,250

Tags: Frank KasselaTodd Terry

Plenty of Extras Being Given Away at This Year's WSOP

Level 2 : 50-100, 0 ante

The buzz inside the walls of the Rio extends beyond just the tournaments on the 2013 World Series of Poker schedule. Online poker in Nevada is a very, very hot topic right now, and WSOP.com is making a lot of noise.

While the site has yet to launch, you can head to the Lambada Room of the Rio or look for one of the beautiful and friendly WSOP.com ladies walking the hallways to sign up for a free, personal WSOP.com online poker account. This is a great way to get a jump on the site's registration, and plenty of people have already taken this opportunity.

What's more is that the WSOP will be hosting daily raffles for everyone that has taken the time to register for WSOP.com at the Rio. What can you win? Plenty of fantastic prizes including 36 WSOP seats!

Players 21 years of age and older who sign up for a WSOP.com account will automatically be entered into the “36-Seat Giveaway” where a randomly-selected winner will win a seat into the next day’s first WSOP gold bracelet event. One of the events eligible in this promotion is the $111,111 One Drop High Roller No-Limit Hold’em tournament that is expected to feature a $10,000,000 prize pool and allow you to play poker with the biggest names in the game. In total, $182,333 in WSOP seats, including a seat to the WSOP Main Event, are being given away during this one-of-a-kind WSOP.com promotion.

In addition to the 36-Seat Giveaway, a “Hot Seat” promotion will allow any player who signs up for a WSOP.com online account and wears their WSOP.com patch on their chest at the table while playing an event to be randomly selected to receive 500 bonus dollars deposited directly into their WSOP.com online account once the site has received all regulatory approvals and launches.

With 62 WSOP gold bracelet events and three winners promised for the Main Event, this promotion includes $32,000 worth of value to those participating.

Tags: WSOPWSOP.com

Level: 2

Blinds: 50/100


Kitai Makes Two Pair

Level 1 : 50-75, 0 ante

When we reached the table, Davidi Kitai, Cary Katz, and James Copher were three handed on a board of {2-Hearts}{9-Spades}{8-Diamonds}{q-Hearts}. Kitai led out for 850, and both of his opponents called.

The river was the {10-Clubs}, Kitai tossed out another 1,175, and only Copher called. Kitai showed {q-Spades}{8-Spades} for two pair, and took down the pot.

Spieler Chips Fortschritt
Davidi Kitai be
Davidi Kitai
19,000 4,000
James Copher
James Copher
Cary Katz us
Cary Katz
12,900 -2,100

Tags: Cary KatzDavidi KitaiJames Copher

Jivkov Grabs One

Level 1 : 50-75, 0 ante

Marc-Andre Ladouceur raised to 200 in early position, Kristina Holst called in the hijack seat, Ryan Fair called on the button, and Nick Jivkov three-bet to 750 from the big blind. Only Ladouceur called.

The flop fell {3-Spades}{k-Spades}{8-Hearts}, Jivkov led out for 800, and Ladouceur called.

The turn was the {q-Hearts}, Jivkov fired out another 1,750, and Ladouceur folded.

Spieler Chips Fortschritt
Nick Jivkov bg
Nick Jivkov
17,500 2,500
Marc-Andre Ladouceur ca
Marc-Andre Ladouceur
11,000 -4,000

Tags: Marc-Andre LadouceurNick Jivkov