2011 World Series of Poker

Event #23: $2,500 Eight-Game Mix
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2011 World Series of Poker

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Nivel: 11

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A Few Chip Counts From Around the Room

Jucător Fise Progres
Rami Boukai us
Rami Boukai
40,000 8,650
WSOP 2X Winner
John Monnette us
John Monnette
39,000 7,500
WSOP 5X Winner
James Van Alstyne us
James Van Alstyne
39,000 13,375
WSOP 1X Winner
Eugene Katchalov ua
Eugene Katchalov
Dan Kelly us
Dan Kelly
29,000 -825
Ron Ware us
Ron Ware
26,000 8,950
Gary Benson au
Gary Benson
24,000 825
WSOP 1X Winner
Thayer Rasmussen us
Thayer Rasmussen
23,000 -5,500
Andy Black ie
Andy Black
22,000 8,475
Mike Watson ca
Mike Watson
19,000 -325
Gabriel Nassif
Gabriel Nassif
18,000 7,650
Stephen Chidwick gb
Stephen Chidwick
17,000 550
WSOP 1X Winner
Victor Ramdin us
Victor Ramdin
14,000 1,900
Dutch Boyd us
Dutch Boyd
7,000 -20,775
WSOP 3X Winner

Morrison Doubles

Omaha 8/b

Kirk Morrison put in two bets on the button, Eric Buchman defended his big blind, and the flop came down {4-Spades}{5-Clubs}{10-Spades}. Buchman led out, Morrison raised, and Buchman called. The turn was the {6-Spades} the two got enough bets in to put Morrison all in, and the river was the {a-Spades}.

We saw Morrison's hand ({k-Spades}{9-Spades}{q-Hearts}{j-Diamonds}), but Buchman's hand was mucked too fast for us to jot it down.

Jucător Fise Progres
Eric Buchman us
Eric Buchman
30,500 -8,500
WSOP 2X Winner
Kirk Morrison us
Kirk Morrison
10,500 2,275
WSOP 1X Winner

Taguri: Eric BuchmanKirk Morrison

More Chip Counts

Jucător Fise Progres
Brian Rast us
Brian Rast
74,000 -3,000
WSOP 6X Winner
Poker Hall of Famer
Fabrice Soulier fr
Fabrice Soulier
49,000 12,000
WSOP 1X Winner
Jerrod Ankenman us
Jerrod Ankenman
46,000 -1,000
WSOP 1X Winner
Adam Geyer us
Adam Geyer
44,000 15,375
Marco Johnson us
Marco Johnson
38,000 7,725
WSOP 2X Winner
John Racener us
John Racener
36,000 15,000
WSOP 1X Winner
Eric Baldwin us
Eric Baldwin
29,000 200
WSOP 2X Winner
Eric Buchman us
Eric Buchman
29,000 -1,500
WSOP 2X Winner
Steve Billirakis us
Steve Billirakis
27,000 -7,000
WSOP 2X Winner
David Bach us
David Bach
25,000 -13,000
WSOP 3X Winner
Matthew Woodward us
Matthew Woodward
24,000 5,000
Ylon Schwartz us
Ylon Schwartz
23,000 3,900
WSOP 1X Winner
Jordan Smith us
Jordan Smith
22,000 825
Daniel Makowsky
Daniel Makowsky
22,000 -5,625
Brent Hanks us
Brent Hanks
21,000 -4,000
WSOP 1X Winner
Zachary Fellows
Zachary Fellows
18,000 5,725
Kyle Loman us
Kyle Loman
17,000 -12,000
Allen Kessler us
Allen Kessler
6,000 -6,000
Frank Kassela us
Frank Kassela
WSOP 3X Winner

Chidwick Slips


Stephen Chidwick was heads up with an opponent with the board reading {k-Hearts}{k-Diamonds}{3-Diamonds}. Chidwick's opponent bet, the Brit called, and the turn brought the {k-Spades}. Both players checked.

The river was the {7-Spades}, and Chidwick fired when his opponent checked. His opponent called, Chidwick opened {a-Spades}{10-Clubs} for just an ace, and his opponent tabled {5-Diamonds}{5-Clubs} for a full house; kings full of fives.

Jucător Fise Progres
Stephen Chidwick gb
Stephen Chidwick
11,000 -6,000
WSOP 1X Winner

Taguri: Stephen Chidwick

Buchman Can Beat Trips

Nivel 11


Jerrod Ankenman completed with a five showing, and Eric Buchman either called or raised with a three in the door. We walked up heading to fourth street a the two men were heads-up.

Ankenman: (x-x) / {5-}{6-}{5-}{5-} / (x)
Buchman: (x-x) / {3-}{8-}{q-}{3-} / (x)

Anekenman check-called on fourth street (which leads us to believe Buchman three-bet earlier), and Buchman led out with bets on fifth, sixth, and seventh. When Ankenman called the last bet, Buchman announced his nine, showing {9x6x2x} for the ninety-eight. It was good, and it pushes Buchman up to 47,000.

Taguri: Eric BuchmanJerrod Ankenman

More Chip Counts

Jucător Fise Progres
Jimmy Fricke us
Jimmy Fricke
82,000 12,000
Ebrahim Mourshaki
Ebrahim Mourshaki
63,000 9,000
Shaun Deeb us
Shaun Deeb
60,000 -4,000
WSOP 6X Winner
Eric Froehlich us
Eric Froehlich
42,000 17,200
WSOP 2X Winner
Nikolay Evdakov ru
Nikolay Evdakov
34,000 -29,000
Dave Stann us
Dave Stann
28,000 -3,000
Steve Wong nl
Steve Wong
Richard Brodie us
Richard Brodie
24,000 7,300
Noah Boeken nl
Noah Boeken
14,000 -10,300
Allen Bari us
Allen Bari
13,000 -4,475
WSOP 1X Winner
Dylan Linde us
Dylan Linde
8,000 -1,375
WSOP 1X Winner
Andrew Brown us
Andrew Brown
8,000 -16,700
Yosh Nakano
Yosh Nakano
4,000 -6,575
Ricky Sherrill
Ricky Sherrill

Parlare Su Twitter

Nivel 11

Earlier today, Italian Michele Limongi tweeted, "Domani per me un tavolino facile facile: Allen Kessler(VIN 3.000.000), Frank Kassela 2 bracc. e 3 milioni Fabrice Soulier anke lui non da meno."

Translation: Tomorrow I have a table of dummies: Allen Kessler, Frank Kasella (2 bracelets), and Fabrice Soulier .

Sarcasm is very hard to detect through text however, especially in a different language, so when Kessler found this tweet, he was very confused.

"Facile means easy," he said to Limongi.

"I was complimenting the players," Limongi responded in his thick Italian accent. "It is a saying. How did you find it anyway?"

"I searched my name," Kessler answered.

Limongi shrugged, "I hardly Tweet, and you can't say anything bad about players because they'll know, yeah?"

Tablemate Ylon Schwartz chuckled at the Italian's naivety.

"This is the table of death," Limongi added.

Limongi is right. Kassela busted earlier, but his seat was replaced by the aforementioned Schwartz, and they've since been joined by Vladimir Shchemelev and one of the chip leaders entering the day; Lamar Wilkinson.

Buona fortuna a tutti al tavolino.

Taguri: Allen KesslerFabrice SoulierFrank KasselaLamar WilkinsonMichele LimongiVladimir ShchemelevYlon Schwartz

Juanda Staying Put For Now

Nivel 11

A player in middle position opened to 1,700, and John Juanda reraised the pot to 6,250. His opponent called, and the two men took a {10-Hearts} {9-Diamonds} {6-Clubs} flop. When it checked to Juanda, he sat still for just a moment.

"Well, I don't think I have a choice," he said quietly, grabbing his last 11,050 chips and sliding them forward. His opponent tanked and folded, and Juanda is trying to make a little comeback today. He's up to 24,300 now, and he's apparently decided to get comfortable and forget about registering for the 5:00 P.M. tourney for now.

Taguri: John Juanda