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WSOP Update

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WSOP update time. Tomorrow Main Event starts up. Update as of 1:00 AM EST on July 3rd 2009.

Event # 54 No limit Hold’em 2,818 entries $1,500 buy in. Congratulations to Tony Veckey on winning his first WSOP bracelet and $673,276. Jason Wheeler finished 2nd for $418,122. Joseph Chaplin finished 3rd for $276,029. Sergey Konkin finished 4th for $195,213. Andrew Malott finished 5th for $147,131. Christopher Bonita finished 6th for $117,358. Christopher DeMaci finished 7th for $98,933. David Jaoui finished 8th for $87,855. Miha Remic finished 9th for $81,970.

Event # 55 2-7 Triple Draw Lowball 258 entries $2,500 buy in. Congratulations to Abraham Mosseri on winning his first WSOP bracelet and $165,521. Masayoshi Tanaka finished 2nd for $102,313. Julie Schneider finished 3rd for $66,285. 4 time bracelet winner John Juanda finished 4th for $44,941. Bracelet winner Blair Rodman finished 5th for $31,818. Bradley Libson finished 6th for $23,484.

Event # 56 No Limit Hold’em / Six Handed 928 entries $5,000 buy in. Currently 4 players remain. Josh Brikis leads with 5,200,000 chips. Matt Hawrilenko is 2nd with 4,960,000 chips. Faraz Jaka is 3rd with 1,900,000 chips. Sean Keeton is 4th with 1,850,000 chips. Good luck to the remaining players.

That’s it for another WSOP update. Check out tomorrow around the same time for more. Take care and goodnight.

July 3, 2009 Posted by | WSOP | , , , , , , , | 1 Comment

WSOP Update

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Hello WSOP fans. How are all of you tonight? I hope everyone’s good. I’m doing alright, have been running incredibly bad lately playing online poker, but it happens. Here’s the update. WSOP update as of 11:37 PM EST on July 1st 2009.

Event # 49 World Championship H.O.R.S.E. 95 entries $50,000 buy in. Congratulations to David Bach on winning his first WSOP bracelet and $1,276,806. John Hanson finished 2nd for $789,199. Erik Sagstrom finished 3rd for $522,393. 2 time bracelet winner and winner of event # 2 this year Vitaly Lunkin finished 4th for $368,812. 4 time bracelet winner and winner of the main event in 1996 Huck Seed finished 5th for $276,609. Bracelet winner this year in event # 12 Ville Wahlbeck finished 6th for $219,655. 3 time bracelet winner Chau Giang finished 7th for $184,087. 8 time bracelet winner Erik Seidel finished 8th for $162,381.

Event # 52 Triple Chance No Limit Hold’em 854 entries $3,000 buy in. Congratulations to Jorg Peisert on winning his first WSOP bracelet and $506,800. Jason Dewitt finished 2nd for $313,227. Ben Gilbert finished 3rd for $205,180. Michael Noda finished 4th for $142,035. Jason Somerville finished 5th for $103,591. Michael Katz finished 6th for $79,385. Karga Holt finished 7th for $63,781. William Erickson finished 8th for $53,622. Warren Watson finished 9th for $47,070.

Event # 53 Seven Card Stud Hi Lo 8 or Better 467 entries $1,500 buy in. Congratulations to David Halpern on winning his first WSOP bracelet and $159,390. William Kohler finished 2nd for $98,550. 3 time bracelet winner Max Stern finished 3rd for $64,484. Chad Brown finished 4th for $44,589. Matt Savage finished 5th for $32,465. Zak Gilbert finished 6th for $24,828. Brian Swinford finished 7th for $19,901. Allie Prescott finished 8th for $16,682.

Event # 54 No Limit Hold’em 2,818 entries $1,500 buy in. Currently 7 players remain. Christopher Bonita leads with 2,400,000 chips. Sergey Konkin is 2nd with 2,300,000 chips. Jason Wheeler is 3rd with 1,950,000 chips. Tony Veckey is 4th with 1,600,000 chips. Andrew Malott is 5th with 1,500,000 chips. Joseph Chaplin is 6th with 1,300,000 chips. Christopher DeMaci is 7th with 700,000 chips. Good luck to the remaining players.

Event # 55 2-7 Triple Draw Lowball 258 entries $2,500 buy in. Currently 2 players remain. Abe Mosseri leads with 1,550,000 chips. Masayoshi Tanaka is 2nd with 385,000 chips. Good luck to the 2 remaining players.

Event # 56 No Limit Hold’em / Six Handed 928 entries $5,000 buy in. Currently 31 players remain. Robert Kay leads with 1,100,000 chips. Notables are: Bracelet winner Blair Hinkle with 630,000 chips. Shaun Deeb with 575,000 chips. Darrell “GigaBet” Dicken with 450,000 chips. Bluff – ESPN Power Ranked # 10 Shannon Shorr with 340,000 chips. Matt Hawrilenko with 250,000 chips. 11 time bracelet winner and winner of the main event in 1989 Phil Hellmuth with 220,000 chips. 4 time bracelet winner David Chiu with 210,000 chips. Peter Feldman with 195,000 chips. 2 time bracelet winner Bill Chen with 170,000 chips. Bracelet winner Bill Edler with 90,000 chips. Good luck to the remaining players.

That’s it for another WSOP update. Main event starts on Friday. Next update tomorrow night. Take care everyone and goodnight.

July 2, 2009 Posted by | WSOP | , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

WSOP Update

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Whats up poker fans? Sorry about last night. I couldn’t do the update, I had no computer access. WSOP update as of 10:50 PM EST on June 30th 2009.

Event # 49 World Championship H.O.R.S.E. 95 entries $50,000 buy in. Currently 6 players remain. 2 time bracelet winner and winner of event # 2 this year Vitaly Lunkin leads with 3,760,000 chips. Erik Sagstrom is 2nd with 3,395,000 chips. John Hanson is 3rd with 3,075,000 chips. 4 time bracelet winner and winner of the main event in 1996 Huck Seed is 4th with 1,730,000 chips. David Bach is 5th with 1,185,000 chips. Bracelet winner this year in event # 12 Ville Wahlbeck is 6th with 955,000 chips. All I have to say is what happened to the big guns, looks like I’m not going to pick up many fantasy bucks in this tourney lol. Good luck to the remaining players.

Event # 50 Limit Hold’em Shootout 571 entries $1,500 buy in. Congratulations to Greg “FBT” Mueller on winning his 2nd WSOP bracelet this year, the other in event # 33, he also took home $194,909 in this event. Bracelet winner this year in event # 38 Marc Naalden finished 2nd for $120,614. Millie Shiu finished 3rd for $77,138. Bracelet winner David Williams finished 4th for $51,145. Matt Sterling finished 5th for $35,058. Flaminio Malaguti finished 6th for $24,824. Joseph Van Den Bijgaart finished 7th for $18,136. Jose Barbero finished 8th for $13,655.

Event # 51 No Limit Hold’em 2,781 entries $1,500 buy in. Congratulations to Joh Carsten on winning his first WSOP bracelet and $664,426. Andrew Chen finished 2nd for $412,632. David Walasinski finished 3rd for $272,405. Steven Levy finished 4th for $192,650. Owen Crowe finished 5th for $145,199. Thibaut Durand finished 6th for $115,817. Georgios Kapalas finished 7th for $97,634. Jason Helder finished 8th for $86,702. Nathan Page finished 9th for $80,894.

Event # 52 Triple Chance No Limit Hold’em 854 entries $3,000 buy in. Currently 6 players remain. Michael Katz and Jorg Peisert lead with 1,900,000 chips each. Jason DeWitt is 3rd with 1,620,000 chips. Ben Gilbert is 4th with 960,000 chips. Michael Noda is 5th with 730,000 chips. Jason Somerville is 6th with 400,000 chips. Good luck to the remaining players.

Event # 53 Seven Card Stud Hi Lo 8 or Better 467 entries $1,500 buy in. Currently 2 players remain. David Halpern leads with 1,100,000 chips. William Kohler is 2nd with 950,000 chips. Good luck to the 2 remaining players.

Event # 54 No Limit Hold’em 2,818 entries $1,500 buy in. 41 players remain. Donald Boivin leads with 401,000 chips. Notables are: Bracelet winner David Woo with 390,000 chips. Bluff – ESPN Power Ranked # 6 Vivek Rajkumar with 115,000 chips. Alex Bolotin with 88,000 chips. Raymond Rahme with 54,000 chips. Bracelet winner Alexandre Gomes with 23,000 chips. 2 time bracelet winner and winner of the main event in 2001 Carlos Mortensen with 15,000 chips. Good luck to the remaining players.

Event # 55 2 – 7 Triple Draw Lowball 258 entries $2,500 buy in. Currently 33 players remain. Brad Libson leads with 164,000 chips. Notables are: 4 time bracelet winner John Juanda with 76,000 chips. Bracelet winner Blair Rodman with 62,000 chips. Bracelet winner this year in event # 42 Jerrod Ankenman with 53,000 chips. Bracelet winner Hasan Habib with 44,000 chips. Allen Kessler with 39,800 chips. Justin “Boosted J” Smith with 32,000 chips. Tuan Le with 28,000 chips. Bracelet winner this year in event # 4 Steve Sung with 28,000 chips. 2 time bracelet winner Pat Poels with 26,000 chips. 2 time bracelet winner John Phan with 23,000 chips. Bluff – ESPN Power Ranked # 23 Nam Le with 21,000 chips. Bluff – ESPN Power Ranked # 81 Jacobo Fernandez with 18,000 chips. 4 time bracelet winner Daniel Negreanu with 16,000 chips. Good luck to the remaining players.

Event # 56 No Limit Hold’em / Six Handed 928 entries $5,000 buy in. Currently 384 players remain. More updates tomorrow.

That’s it for tonight everyone. Next update tomorrow night around 12 AM EST. Take care and have a goodnight.

June 30, 2009 Posted by | WSOP | , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

WSOP Update

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Hello everyone. How’s everyone tonight? I hope all is well. WSOP update as of 12:19 AM EST on June 29th 2009.

Event # 48 Pot Limit Omaha Hi Lo Split 8 or Better 762 entries $1,500 buy in. Congratulations to Bluff – ESPN Power Ranked # 19 Brandon Cantu on winning his 2nd WSOP bracelet and $228,867. Bracelet winner Lee Watkinson finished 2nd for $141,873. Mathieu Jacqmin finished 3rd for $92,946. Ted Weinstock finished 4th for $64,727. Tommy Vedes finished 5th for $47,617. Steve Jelinek finished 6th for $36,893. Aaron Sias finished 7th for $30,028. Ronnie Hofman finished 8th for $25,618. William Mcmahan finished 9th for $22,862.

Event # 49 World Championship H.O.R.S.E. 95 entries $50,000 buy in. Currently 31 players remain. Erik Sagstrom leads with 1,280,000 chips. Notables are: Bracelet winner this year in event # 12 Ville Wahlbeck with 775,000 chips. 2 time bracelet winner and winner of event # 2 this year Vitaly Lunkin with 735,000 chips. 2 time bracelet winner Freddy Deeb with 670,000 chips. Gus Hansen with 670,000 chips. Bracelet winner Todd Brunson with 610,000 chips. Bracelet winner Mike Wattel with 540,000 chips. Tony G with 530,000 chips. 5 time bracelet winner, winner of this event last year, and main event winner in 1998 Scotty Nguyen with 440,000 chips. 2 time bracelet winner Bill Chen with 440,000 chips. Patrik Antonius with 420,000 chips. 8 time bracelet winner Erik Seidel with 415,000 chips. 3 time bracelet winner Chau Giang with 400,000 chips. Bracelet winner this year in event # 45 John Kabbaj with 340,000 chips. Bracelet winner Steve Billirakis with 320,000 chips. 2 time bracelet winner John Hennigan with 315,000 chips. 2 time bracelet winner Thor Hansen with 300,000 chips. 2 time bracelet winner Scott Clements with 280,000 chips. 4 time bracelet winner and winner of the main event in 1996 Huck Seed with 250,000 chips. 4 time bracelet winner David Chiu with 170,000 chips. Matt Glantz with 160,000 chips. John Monnette with 64,000 chips. Bracelet winner Hasan Habib with 60,000 chips. Good luck to the remaining players.

Event # 50 Limit Hold’em Shootout 571 entries $1,500 buy in. Currently 2 players remain. Bracelet winner Marc Naalden has 1,800,000 chips and Bracelet winner this year in event # 33 Greg “FBT” Mueller has 1,800,000 chips. Good luck to the 2 remaining players.

Event # 51 No Limit Hold’em 2,781 entries $1,500 buy in. Currently 20 players remain. Jason Helder leads with 640,000 chips. Notables are: Alex Jacob with 159,000 chips. 6 time bracelet winner Men “The Master” Nguyen with 92,000 chips. Bluff – ESPN Power Ranked # 9 Matt Brady with 52,000 chips. Good luck to the remaining players.

Event # 52 Triple Chance No Limit Hold’em 854 entries $3,000 buy in. Currently 360 players remain. More updates tomorrow.

Event # 53 Seven Card Stud Hi Lo 8 or Better 467 entries $1,500 buy in. Currently 440 players remain. More updates tomorrow.

That’s it for another update. I hope you all enjoyed. Take care and goodnight. Good luck to all poker players out there.

June 29, 2009 Posted by | WSOP | , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

WSOP Update

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Whats up poker fans? Time for another WSOP update as of 12:19 AM EST on June 28th 2009.

Event # 48 Pot Limit Omaha Hi Lo Split 8 or Better 762 entries $1,500 buy in. Currently 2 players remain. Bluff – ESPN Power Ranked # 37 and bracelet winner Brandon Cantu leads with 1,970,000 chips. Bracelet winner Lee Watkinson is 2nd with 1,430,000 chips. Good luck to the remaining 2 players. Especially Watkinson because I have him in my fantasy poker league for this event :).

Event # 49 World Championship H.O.R.S.E. 95 entries $50,000 buy in. Currently 75 players remain. Bracelet winner Hasan Habib leads with 525,000 chips. Notables are: 5 time bracelet winner, winner of this event last year, and winner of the main event in 1998 Scotty Nguyen with 410,000 chips. Bracelet winner this year in event # 45 John Kabbaj with 355,000 chips. 5 time bracelet winner and winner of the main event in 2000 Chris “Jesus” Ferguson with 334,000 chips. Matt Glantz with 325,000 chips. Bracelet winner Annie Duke with 307,000 chips. Bracelet winner Todd Brunson with 280,000 chips. 3 time bracelet winner Barry Greenstein with 273,000 chips. Bracelet winner Jim Bechtel with 245,000 chips. 10 time bracelet winner and winner of the main event in back to back years in 1976 and 1977 Doyle Brunson with 240,000 chips. Bracelet winner David Benyamine with 230,000 chips. Andy Black with 230,000 chips. 2 time bracelet winner John Hennigan with 230,000 chips. Tony G with 224,000 chips. 4 time bracelet winner and winner of the main event in 1996 Huck Seed with 220,000 chips. Bracelet winner this year in event # 12 Ville Wahlbeck with 220,000 chips. 7 time bracelet winner and winner of events # 8 and 25 this year Phil Ivey with 220,000 chips. Gus Hansen with 215,000 chips. 8 time bracelet winner Erik Seidel with 205,000 chips. Bracelet winner Ralph Perry with 195,000 chips. 4 time bracelet winner Daniel Negreanu with 194,400 chips. Patrik Antonius with 189,300 chips. 4 time bracelet winner David Chiu with 180,000 chips. 2 time bracelet winner Bill Chen with 180,000 chips. 2 time bracelet winner Thor Hansen with 175,000 chips. 2 time bracelet winner David Grey with 173,000 chips. 3 time bracelet winner Farzad Bonyadi with 170,000 chips. Bracelet winner Steve Billirakis with 170,000 chips. Bracelet winner this year in event # 4 Steve Sung with 167,500 chips. Bracelet winner Alexander Kravchenko with 165,000 chips. Bracelet winner Mike Wattel with 165,000 chips. Jon “Pearljammer” Turner with 160,000 chips. Nikolay Evdakov with 152,000 chips. Alan Kessler with 142,000 chips. Andy Bloch with 141,000 chips. 2 time bracelet winner Scott Clements with 131,000 chips. Bracelet winner this year in event # 23 Nick Schulman with 129,000 chips. Chad Brown with 123,900 chips. 2 time bracelet winner and winner of event # 2 this year Vitaly Lunkin with 105,000 chips. 4 time bracelet winner and winner of 3 bracelets this year in events # 16, 37, and 44 Jeff Lisandro with 103,100 chips. 2 time bracelet winner Howard Lederer with 103,000 chips. 2 time bracelet winner and winner of event # 18 this year Daniel Alaei with 101,000 chips. Jerry Buss with 100,000 chips. Bracelet winner Rob Hollink with 95,000 chips. 3 time bracelet winner Mike Matusow with 87,500 chips. 2 time bracelet winner Freddy Deeb with 85,000 chips. Bracelet winner and WSOP POY last year Erick Lindgren with 82,000 chips. 3 time bracelet winner Chau Giang with 68,000 chips. Bracelet winner this year in event # 21 Zac Fellows with 54,000 chips. David Oppenheim with 25,000 chips. Good luck to the remaining players.

Event # 50 Limit Hold’em Shootout 571 entries $1,500 buy in. Currently 20 players remain. 8 tables remain. Table # 243 Joep Van Den Bijgart has 330,000 chips – Qinghai Pan has 30,000 chips. Table # 244 Peter Panos has 140,000 chips – Shawn Buchanan has 110,000 chips – Andreas Hoivold has 100,000 chips – Flaminio Malaguti has 10,000 chips. Table # 245 Johnny Neckar has 200,000 chips – Jose Barbero has 160,000 chips. Table # 246 David Williams has 280,000 chips – Michel Halioua has 80,000 chips. Table # 247 Tom Schneider has 195,000 chips – Greg Mueller has 165,000 chips. Table # 248 Robert Tanniru has 150,000 chips – Matthew Sterling has 140,000 chips – Humberto Brenes has 70,000 chips. Table # 249 Marc Naalden has 210,000 chips – Jacob Petersen has 150,000 chips. Table # 250 Ben Ponzio has 210,000 chips – Millie Shiu has 139,000 chips – Kyle Ray has 11,000 chips. Good luck to the remaining players.

Event # 51 No Limit Hold’em 2,781 entries $1,500 buy in. Currently 950 players remain. More updates tomorrow.

I hope you all enjoyed the update. More from the WSOP tomorrow. Take care and goodnight everyone.

June 28, 2009 Posted by | WSOP | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

WSOP Update

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Hello everyone. I’m a little late with the update tonight, sorry about that. WSOP update as of 2:22 AM EST on June 27th 2009.

Event # 45 World Championship Pot Limit Hold’em 275 entries $10,000 buy in. Congratulations to John Kabbaj on winning his first WSOP bracelet and $633,335. Kirill Gerasimov finished 2nd for $391,369. Bluff – ESPN Power Ranked # 23 and bracelet winner this year in event # 34 Eric “basebaldy” Baldwin finished 3rd for $259,534. Bracelet winner Davidi Kitai finished 4th for $183,638. J.C. Alvarado finished 5th for $138,375. Bracelet winner Jason Lester finished 6th for $110,431. Eugene Todd finished 7th for $93,085. Bluff – ESPN Power Ranked # 58 Isaac Haxton finished 8th for $82,668. Darryll Fish finished 9th for $77,136.

Event # 46 Omaha Hi Lo Split 8 or Better 425 entries $2,500 buy in. Congratulations to Derek Raymond on winning his first WSOP bracelet and $229,192. Mark Tenner finished 2nd for $141,647. Scott Bohlman finished 3rd for $93,199. Fabio Coppola finished 4th for $65,094. Josh Schlein finished 5th for $48,028. Sirious Jamshidi finished 6th for $37,350. Bracelet winner Michael Keiner finished 7th for $30,562. Mark Gregorich finished 8th for $26,213. 2 time bracelet winner Pat Poels finished 9th for $23,541.

Event # 47 Mixed Hold’em (Limit/No Limit) 527 entries $2,500 buy in. Congratulations to Bahador Ahmadi on winning his first WSOP bracelet and $278,804. John McGuiness finished 2nd for $172,227. Ylon Schwartz finished 3rd for $112,967. Karlo “The Wizard” Lopez finished 4th for $78,628. 3 time bracelet winner Barry Greenstein finished 5th for $57,671. Matt Woodward finished 6th for $44,520. Randy Haddox finished 7th for $36,084. Bracelet winner Hasan Habib finished 8th for $30,641. Zachary Humphrey finished 9th for $27,199.

Event # 48 Pot Limit Omaha Hi Lo Split 8 or Better 762 entries $1,500 buy in. Currently 14 players remain. Bluff – ESPN Power Ranked # 38 and bracelet winner Brandon Cantu leads with 910,000 chips. Mathieu Jacqmin is 2nd with 435,000 chips. Aaron Sias is 3rd with 400,000 chips. Bracelet winner Lee Watkinson is 4th with 340,000 chips. William McMahan is 5th with 305,000 chips. Steve Jelinek is 6th with 252,000 chips. Ronnie Hofman is 7th with 169,000 chips. Ted Weinstock is 8th with 160,000 chips. Tommy Vedes is 9th with 135,000 chips. Jiagi Xu is 10th with 84,000 chips. Barry Craig is 11th with 77,000 chips. Cung Tran is 12th with 66,000 chips. Sean Getzwiller is 13th with 60,000 chips. 11 time bracelet winner and youngest main event winner ever in 1989 Phil Hellmuth with 22,000 chips. Good luck to the remaining players.

Event # 49 World Championship H.O.R.S.E. 95 entries $50,000 buy in. Currently 94 players remain. Martin Vallo leads with 287,700 chips. Notables are: Hasan Habib with 280,000 chips. Farzad Bonyadi with 252,000 chips. Annie Duke with 252,000 chips. Bill Chen with 240,000 chips. Andy Black with 235,000 chips. Johnny Chan with 234,000 chips. Ville Wahlbeck with 233,000 chips. Erik Seidel with 230,000 chips. Chris Ferguson with 205,000 chips. Patrik Antonius with 204,000 chips. Scotty Nguyen with 202,000 chips. Andy Bloch with 195,000 chips. Huck Seed with 188,000 chips. Todd Brunson with 184,000 chips. Daniel Negreanu with 181,200 chips. Jeff Lisandro with 175,000 chips. Chad Brown with 172,000 chips. Alex Kravchenko with 170,000 chips. Chau Giang with 166,000 chips. David Benyamine with 166,000 chips. John Hennigan with 165,000 chips. Gus Hansen with 148,000 chips. Scott Clements with 143,000 chips. Phil Ivey with 139,900 chips. Greg Raymer with 135,000 chips. Gabe Kaplan with 135,000 chips. Barry Greenstein with 134,000 chips. Freddy Deeb with 131,000 chips. Doyle Brunson with 129,900 chips. Daniel Alaei with 126,000 chips. Jennifer Harman with 125,000 chips. Nick Schulman with 120,000 chips. Max Pescatori with 117,000 chips. Vitaly Lunkin with 112,000 chips. David Chiu with 110,000 chips. John Juanda with 109,000 chips. Mike Matusow with 108,500 chips. Howard Lederer with 106,000 chips. Steve Sung with 103,000 chips. Tony G with 91,000 chips. Jerry Buss with 90,000 chips. Erick Lindgren with 84,500 chips. Jim Bechtel with 76,000 chips. Eli Elezra with 64,000 chips. David Singer with 55,000 chips. Good luck to the remaining players.

Event # 50 Limit Hold’em Shootout 571 entries $1,500 buy in. Updates tomorrow.

That’s it for tonight. I hope you all enjoyed the update. Take care and goodnight.

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WSOP Update

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What’s up everyone? I’m excited to see what’s happening in the WSOP tonight. Update as of 11:48 PM EST on June 25th 2009.

Event # 43 Seniors No Limit Hold’em World Championship 2,707 entries $1,000 buy in. Congratulations to Michael Davis on winning his first WSOP bracelet and $437,358. Scotty Buller finished 2nd for $268,507. Barry Bounds finished 3rd for $179,210. Michael Joseph Morusty finished 4th for $126,863. Charles Simon finished 5th for $95,332. Dan Delatorre finished 6th for $76,118. Art Duncan finished 7th for $64,047. Richard McCall finished 8th for $56,903. Robert Beck finished 9th for $53,208.

Event # 45 World Championship Pot Limit Hold’em 275 entries $10,000 buy in. Currently 7 players remain. Bluff – ESPN Power Ranked # 40 and bracelet winner this year in event # 34 Eric “basebaldy” Baldwin leads with 1,600,000 chips. Bracelet winner Davidi Kitai is 2nd with 1,375,000 chips. John Kabbaj is 3rd with 1,320,000 chips. J.C. Alvarado is 4th with 1,200,000 chips. Kirill Gerasimov is 5th with 1,060,000 chips. Eugene Todd is 6th with 985,000 chips. Bracelet winner Jason Lester is 7th with 790,000 chips. Good luck to the remaining players.

Event # 46 Omaha Hi Lo Split 8 or Better 425 entries $2,500 buy in. Currently 6 players remain. Mark Tenner leads with 1,330,000 chips. Fabio Coppola is 2nd with 487,000 chips. Scott Bohlman is 3rd with 482,000 chips. Josh Schlein is 4th with 410,000 chips. Derek Raymond is 5th with 340,000 chips. Sirious Jamshidi is 6th with 115,000 chips. Good luck to the remaining players.

Event # 47 Mixed Hold’em (Limit/No Limit) 527 entries $2,500 buy in. Currently 21 players remain. John McGuiness leads with 400,000 chips. Notables are: Bluff – ESPN Power Ranked # 30 and 3 time bracelet winner Barry Greenstein with 330,000 chips. 2 time bracelet winner Jesper Hougaard with 193,000 chips. Bracelet winner Hasan Habib with 180,000 chips. Bluff – ESPN Power Ranked # 58 and 5 time bracelet winner Allen Cunningham with 155,000 chips. Ylon Schwartz with 150,000 chips. Bluff – ESPN Power Ranked # 48 David Baker with 100,000 chips. Mimi Tran with 60,000 chips. Good luck to the remaining players.

Event # 48 Pot Limit Omaha Hi Lo Split 8 or Better 762 entries $1,500 buy in. Currently 236 players remain. More updates tomorrow.

Well that’s it again for another update. Not a lot tonight but tomorrow we have much more including the World Championship H.O.R.S.E. event $50,000 buy in.

June 26, 2009 Posted by | WSOP | , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

WSOP Update

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Hello poker fans. How’s everyone tonight? I hope everyone is doing well. Time for a WSOP update as of 11:22 PM EST on June 24th 2009.

Event # 42 Mixed Event 412 entries $2,500 buy in. Congratulations to Jerrod Ankenman on winning his first WSOP bracelet and $241,654. Sergey Altbregin finished 2nd for $149,341. Chris Klodnicki finished 3rd for $97,896. Jeff Tims finished 4th for $67,848. Jon “Pearljammer” Turner finished 5th for $49,568. Eric Crain finished 6th for $38,074. 6 time bracelet winner Layne Flack finished 7th for $30,673. Bracelet winner Dario Alioto finished 8th for $25,860.

Event # 43 Seniors No Limit Hold’em World Championship 2,707 entries $1,000 buy in. Currently 6 players remain. Scott Buller leads with 1,775,000 chips. Charles Simon is 2nd with 1,750,000 chips. Barry Bounds and Michael Morusty are tied for 3rd with 1,300,000 chips. Dan DeLatorre is 5th with 900,000 chips. Michael Davis is 6th with 850,000 chips. Good luck to the remaining players.

Event # 44 Seven Card Razz 315 entries $2,500 buy in. Congratulations to Jeff Lisandro on winning his 3rd WSOP bracelet this year, 4th overall and $188,370. Michael Craig finished 2nd for $116,405. Ryan Fisler finished 3rd for $76,261. Warwick Mirzikinian finished 4th for $52,773. Eric Rodawig finished 5th for $38,471. Kenna James finished 6th for $29,473. Steve Diano finished 7th for $23,669. Allen Bari finished 8th for $19,880. With this win Lisandro has won an amazing 3 bracelets this year. Lisandro has also won in all 3 stud events including stud hi, stud eight or better, and now razz. I guess you could officially say he’s the best stud poker player in the game at the moment.

Event # 45 World Championship Pot Limit Hold’em 275 entries $10,000 buy in. Currently 34 players remain. Bryn Kenney leads with 620,000 chips. Notables are: Bluff – ESPN Power Ranked # 75 Isaac Haxton with 448,000 chips. Bluff – ESPN Power Ranked # 39 and bracelet winner this year in event # 34 Eric “basebaldy” Baldwin with 430,000 chips. Bracelet winner Davidi Kitai with 326,000 chips. JC Alvarado with 305,000 chips. Bluff – ESPN Power Ranked # 80 Vanessa Rousso with 280,000 chips. Bluff – ESPN Power Ranked # 24 Justin Young with 190,000 chips. Bluff – ESPN Power Ranked # 69 and 8 time bracelet winner Erik Seidel with 179,000 chips. Bracelet winner Keith Lehr with 170,000 chips. Eugene Todd with 165,000 chips. Bluff – ESPN Power Ranked # 17 and bracelet winner Toto Leonidas with 96,000 chips. Bracelet winner this year in event # 36 Jordan Smith with 80,000 chips. Bracelet winner Jason Lester with 63,000 chips. Good luck to the remaining players.

Event # 46 Omaha Hi Lo Split 8 or Better 425 entries $2,500 buy in. Currently 30 players remain. Danny Smith leads with 113,000 chips. Notables are: Bluff – ESPN Power Ranked # 40 and 3 time bracelet winner Mike Matusow with 100,000 chips. 2 time bracelet winner Max Pescatori with 72,000 chips. 2 time bracelet winner Pat Poels with 69,000 chips. Bluff – ESPN Power Ranked # 16 and 4 time bracelet winner John Juanda with 69,000 chips. Bracelet winner Michael Keiner with 66,000 chips. 2 time bracelet winner Frankie O’Dell with 62,000 chips. Bracelet winner Vanessa Selbst with 52,000 chips. Bracelet winner Paul Darden with 50,000 chips. John Monnette with 35,000 chips. Mark Gregorich with 27,000 chips. 4 time bracelet winner Mickey Appleman with 24,000 chips. Bracelet winner Claude Cohen with 15,000 chips. Bluff – ESPN Power Ranked # 59 and bracelet winner Farzad Rouhani with 15,000 chips. Jordan Morgan with 9,200 chips. Good luck to the remaining players.

Event # 47 Mixed Hold’em 528 entries $2,500 buy in. Updates tomorrow.

June 25, 2009 Posted by | WSOP | , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Phil Ivey’s 7th WSOP Bracelet Win

This is the last 7 minutes or so of the tourney and an inteview with Phil Ivey.

June 24, 2009 Posted by | Videos | , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

WSOP Update

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Hello WSOP fans. I’m looking forward to bringing all of you this update tonight. Update as of 11:33 PM EST on June 23rd 2009.

Event # 39 No Limit Hold’em 2,715 entries $1,500 buy in. Congratulations to Ray Foley on winning his first WSOP bracelet and $657,969. Bluff – ESPN Power Ranked # 35 and bracelet winner Brandon Cantu finished 2nd for $403,951. Wei Mu finished 3rd for $269,609. Alex Jacob finished 4th for $190,857. Tyler Spalding finished 5th for $143,421. Jonathan Markham finished 6th for $114,514. Chairud Vangchailued finished 7th for $96,355. Richard Lutes finished 8th for $85,608. Patrick O’Connor finished 9th for $80,049.

Event # 40 World Championship Pot Limit Omaha 295 entries $10,000 buy in. Congratulations to Bluff – ESPN Power Ranked # 9 Matthew Graham on winning his 2nd WSOP bracelet and $679,402. Bluff – ESPN Power Ranked # 27, 2 time bracelet winner, and winner of event # 2 this year Vitaly Lunkin finished 2nd for $419,832. Van Marcus finished 3rd for $278,409. Robin Keston finished 4th for $196,993. Ferit Gabriellson finished 5th for $148,438. Stefan Mattsson finished 6th for $118,462. 2 time bracelet winner Josh Arieh finished 7th for $99,855. Bracelet winner and winner of event # 35 this year Richard Austin finished 8th for $88,680. 3 time bracelet winner Barry Greenstein finished 9th for $82,746.

Event # 41 No Limit Hold’em Shootout 280 entries $5,000 buy in. Congratulations to Peter Traply on winning his first WSOP bracelet and $348,728. Andrew Lichtenberger finished 2nd for $215,403. Maxim Lykov finished 3rd for $145,063. Danny Wong finished 4th for $105,609. Nasr El Nasr finished 5th for $82,697. Only 5 players were at the final table for this shootout tourney. Notables just finishing outside the final table are: David Pham 7th for $16,740. Phil Ivey 8th for $16,740. Peter Feldman 9th for $16,740.

Event # 42 Mixed Event 412 entries $2,500 buy in. Currently 7 players remain. Jerrod Ankenman leads with 1,200,000 chips. Jon “Pearljammer” Turner is 2nd with 675,000 chips. Eric Crain is 3rd with 355,000 chips. Sergey Altbregin is 4th with 330,000 chips. Jeff Tims is 5th with 260,000 chips. 6 time bracelet winner Layne Flack is 6th with 135,000 chips. Chris Klodnicki is 7th with 109,000 chips. Good luck to the remaining players.

Event # 43 Seniors No Limit Hold’em World Championship 2,707 entries $1,000 buy in. Currently 31 players remain. Charles Simon leads with 240,000 chips. Notables are: 3 time barcelet winner Barbara Enright with 57,000 chips. Good luck to the remaining players.

Event # 44 Seven Card Razz 315 entries $2,500 buy in. Currently 46 players remain. Joe Tehan leads with 128,000 chips. Notables are: Kenna James with 70,000 chips. Bluff – ESPN Power Ranked # 56 and 4 time bracelet winner David Chiu with 67,000 chips. Bluff – ESPN Power Ranked # 16 and 4 time bracelet winner John Juanda with 64,000 chips. Al “Sugar Bear” Barbieri with 60,000 chips. 3 time bracelet winner and winner of events # 16 and 37 this year Jeff Lisandro with 59,000 chips. Bluff – ESPN Power Ranked # 18 Justin Bonomo with 57,000 chips. Bracelet winner this year in event # 12 Ville Wahlbeck with 47,000 chips. Bracelet winner this year in event # 31 James Van Alstyne with 45,000 chips. Nikolay Evdakov with 43,000 chips. Bracelet winner this year in event # 21 Zach Fellows with 40,000 chips. Chad Brown with 33,000 chips. 3 time bracelet winner O’Neil Longson with 26,000 chips. Matt Hawrilenko with 19,000 chips. 3 time bracelet winner David Sklansky with 15,000 chips. 5 time bracelet winner and main event winner in 2000 Chris “Jesus” Ferguson with 15,000 chips. 3 time bracelet winner “Miami” John Cernuto with 14,000 chips. Good luck to the remaining players.

Event # 45 World Championship Pot Limit Hold’em 275 entries $10,000 buy in. Currently 75 players remain. Bluff – ESPN Power Ranked # 66 and bracelet winner David Singer leads with 132,000 chips. Bluff – ESPN Power Ranked # 61 and 8 time bracelet winner Erik Seidel with 94,000 chips. Vanessa Rousso with 93,500 chips. Bluff – ESPN Power Ranked # 17 and bracelet winner Toto Leonidas with 83,000 chips. Bracelet winner Maxwell Greenwood with 68,000 chips. Bracelet winner Bill Edler with 67,500 chips. 2 time bracelet winner Burt Boutin with 67,000 chips. JC Alvarado with 65,000 chips. Bracelet winner this year in event # 23 Nick Schulman with 64,000 chips. Bracelet winner Nenad Medic with 61,000 chips. Bracelet winner and reining WSOP POY Erick Lindgren with 60,000 chips. Michael “The Grinder” Mizrachi with 58,000 chips. Brandon Adams with 57,000 chips. Bracelet winner this year in event # 34 Eric “basebaldy” Baldwin with 56,000 chips. Bracelet winner this year in event # 38 Marc Naalden with 54,000 chips. Theo Tran with 52,000 chips. Bracelet winner this year in event # 5 Jason Mercier with 51,000 chips. Jason Lester with 51,000 chips. Marco “CrazyMarco” Johnson with 48,500 chips. Bracelet winner Ted Lawson with 48,000 chips. Adam “Roothlus” Levy with 47,000 chips. Marco Traniello with 46,000 chips. Justin Young with 46,000 chips. Matt Brady with 45,000 chips. Barney Boatman with 45,000 chips. 2 time bracelet winner Howard Lederer with 45,000 chips. Kevin “BeL0WaB0Ve” Saul with 43,000 chips. Bracelet winner Rafe Furst with 43,000 chips. Bracelet winner Praz Bansi with 42,000 chips. Lee Markholt with 41,000 chips. 2 time bracelet winner Bill Chen with 40,000 chips. 2 time bracelet winner and winner of the main event in 2001 Carlos Mortensen with 39,000 chips. Vivek Rajkumar with 39,000 chips. Thomas Wahlroos with 38,000 chips. Alex Jacob with 36,000 chips. Jared “The WacoKidd” Hamby with 33,000 chips. Scott Montgomery with 32,000 chips. Alex Bolotin with 30,400 chips. Ivan Demidov with 30,300 chips. 2 time bracelet winner David “Dragon” Pham with 30,000 chips. Bertrand “Elky” Grospellier with 28,000 chips. 2 time bracelet winner Hoyt Corkins with 27,800 chips. Bracelet winner and main event winner in 2004 Greg Raymer with 27,000 chips. Isaac Baron with 25,800 chips. 5 time bracelet winner and main event winner in 2000 Chris “Jesus” Ferguson with 20,200 chips. Nam Le with 20,000 chips. Joe Sebok with 19,000 chips. David Baker with 18,400 chips. Isaac Haxton with 18,000 chips. Yevgeniy Timoshenko with 17,000 chips. Bracelet winner this year in event # 4 Steve Sung with 15,000 chips. Bracelet winner Kathy Liebert with 15,000 chips. Bracelet winner Scott Seiver with 13,000 chips. David “Chino” Rheem with 11,200 chips. Good luck to the remaining players.

That’s it for the update tonight. There was a lot to report so enjoy. Take care and goodnight.

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