WSOP 2011 Live Ticker: Event 31 - $3,000 Pot Limit Omaha (Bokkie and Tsubi ITM!)

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    • elhh82
      elhh82
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      The Team PokerStrategy.com players playing here are:

      BongBob
      Nazgul
      Tsubi
      Bokkie
      Thorsten77

      There should also be a few more PokerStrategists in this event.
    • elhh82
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      Thorsten77


      Bokkie


      Tsubi


      Nazgul


      BongBob
    • elhh82
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      Antoine Saout


      Gabriel Nassif


      FA_Morgoth


      Dave Uliiot seated to Tsubi's right
    • elhh82
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      Blinds are now 50/100

      This is a triple chance event and players start with 3k chips+2 rebuys

      BongBob 4.5k+1r
      Tsubi 5.5k+1r
      Nazgul 7k+2r
      Thorsten77 4k+2r
      Bokkie 9k+2r
      Antoine Saour 12k
      Gabriel Nassid 9k+1r
      FA+Morgoth 8k+1r
      Jonathan Little 9k

      Players are gambling up in this even with their first stack. I've seen several multi-way all in pots. There was a 4-way preflop all in on Gabriel Nassif's table and a 5-way all in on the flop on Nazgul's
    • elhh82
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      Not too any interesting hands to report at this moment, so I'll just give you some chip count updates.

      Blinds 75/150

      BongBob 4k+1r
      Tsubi 11k+1r
      Nazgul 7k+2r
      Thorsten77 3k+2r
      Bokkie 7k+2r
      Antoine Saout 8k
      Gabriel Nassif 13k+1r
      FA_Morgoth 5.5k+2r
      Jonathan Little 10k
      febsan 10k+1r
    • elhh82
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      Blinds up to 100/200, 920 entries so far.

      BongBob, Thorsten and Antoine Saout are busto. It looks like febsan is probably out too.

      Tsubi 9.5k
      Nagul 7.2k
      Bokkie 5k+2r
      Gabriel Nassif 13k+1r
      FA_Morgoth 15k
      Jonathan Little 11k

      Jan1000 and psychobenny have also joined in on the action

      Nazgul lost two big pots with top set on the flop.

      The first was the smaller 10k pot:

      Flop K J x, Nazgul check-raises, villain goes all in and he calls.

      K K x x vs A Q T T, villain hits a T to make the straight.

      In the other one, he was all in for 17k.

      It was a limped pot, Nazgul completed SB with Q Q 3 7 single suited.

      Flop Q 3 2

      it's checked round to the button who makes it 400, Nazgul makes it 1,250, MP called, BU makes it 4,100, Nazgul goes all in for 17k, MP called all in for 5k, Bu called

      the shortie had 4 5 6 7 , BU had A 7 4 6.

      The club comes on the turn and the river is 7x. BU wins with the nut flush.

      Nazgul said he would have over 45k if he win those hands and that would have been enough for an in the money stack
    • elhh82
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      Jonathan Little


      Jan1000


      psychobenny


      Know who this is?
    • elhh82
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      Sorry I posted the wrong number of entrants earlier.

      There are 685 entries and only 405 are left now

      Blinds up to 150/300

      Nazgul, febsan, and psychobenny have all busted

      Tsubi 8.5k
      Bokkie 9k
      Gabriel Nassif 17k
      FA_Morgoth 20k
      Jonathan Little 15k
      Jan1000 7k


      Spoke to Bokkie for a little during the last break.

      Also met Nazgul after he busted, he was still quite angry at how his day went. They all think that the event is filled with NL Hold'em players because there's no NL Hold'em event today. Many of them are playing PLO like NLH and going broke with top pair which is almost never good.
    • elhh82
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      Blinds up again 200/400, around 400 players left.

      Tsubi 20k
      Bokkie 8k
      Gabriel Nassif 13k
      FA_Morgoth 28k
      jan1000 15k
      Jonathan Little 18k

      Saw Tsubi double up the second time in the last two levels.

      The first double up was in the last level.

      Tsubi raised from UTG+1, 3 call

      Flop A 7 8 Tsubi c-bet, 1 call

      They get it all in on a turn J

      K J T 9 vs 6 7 8 8

      River K


      Then in the last double up, Tsubi had 32bb, bigstack opened, Tsubi 3-bet and villain called.

      Flop Q Q 7 Tsubi c-bets small (less than his 3-bet), villain puts him all in and Tsubi calls

      Q 7 J T vs 6 7 8 T villain only had a flush draw and a low pair.

      Turn 9

      River 8
    • elhh82
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      Blinds up to 250/500

      Tsubi 18k
      FA_Morgoth 57k
      Bokkie 7k
      gabrielnassif 10k
      Jan1000 27k
      Jonathan Little busto
      febsan busto

      Bokkie was blinding down for most of the last level but doubled up without a showdown in the last hand of the last level.

      Vladimir Kwaysser opened, Bokkie 3-bet, 2 call.

      Bokkie goes all in on the flop and both fold.

      FA_Morgoth won a few medium sized pots to amass that huge stack.

      On a flop of 5 5 2 a player bets from the blinds, FA_Morgoth raises Q Q 5 6 and villain calls with 10k behind in a 8k pot.

      Turn 7 both check

      River Q villain bets small, FA_Morgoth raises and villain calls showing the nutflush. FA_Morgoth picks up the 20k pot with rivered the full house
    • elhh82
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      We're going into the last level of the day now:

      Tsubi 20.5k
      Bokkie 12k
      FA_Morgoth 55k
      Jan1000 17k
      Gabriel Nassif busto

      Bokkie got all his chips in against one opponent preflop but they ended up chopping up the blinds and limpers with KKJ3 vs KKJ2

      Only 216 remain
    • elhh82
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      Payouts:

      1st $420,802
      2nd $259,918
      3rd $184,368
      4th $132,623
      5th $96,737
      6th $71,548
      7th $53,633
      8th $40,748
      9th $31,360
      10th-12th $24,441
      13th-15th $19,429
      16th-18th $15,446
      19th-27th $12,510
      28th-36th $10,247
      37th-45th $8,508
      46th-54th $7,143
      55th-63rd $6,077
    • elhh82
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      Action has slowed down significantly as it's late here. We're past 2am and have one more hour to go.

      The iPad/iPhone chinese poker game seems to be a favourite among some of the high stakes regulars.

      http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/chinese-13-card-poker/id374067254?mt=8

      Christian Harder has a game going with Eli Elezra
    • elhh82
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      Day 1 just ended

      Bokkie 40k
      Tsubi 22.1k
      FA_Morgoth 24.8k

      Bokkie made a nice late double up (suckout)

      Bokkie raised and villain called

      Flop A J Q Bokkie bets, villain insta raises, Bokkie goes all in for about 20k and villain insta calls.

      Q Q J 9 vs K T Q 2

      Turn A and Bokkie locks up the hand.

      FA_Morgoth meanwhile lost over half his stack after doubling up Erick Lindgren.

      I caught the action on the flop and the money went all in there.

      The board ran out Q 8 3 2 T FA_Morgoth had J J 3 6 while Lindgren had A Q K 9. Lindgren's top pair was good enough to win the hand
    • elhh82
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      They resume at 4pm tomorrow
    • MarcPS
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      Originally posted by elhh82

      Know who this is?
      Robert Williamson III, I believe :)
    • elhh82
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      Should be starting soon but it might be delayed another 30 minutes:

      Anyway, here are the seat draws:

      25 Benjamin Palmer LAS VEGAS, NV, US 15,000 Amazon / 278 / 1
      26 Gabor Gyarmati Budapest, , HU 10,900 Amazon / 278 / 2
      27 Robert Williamson III DALLAS, TX, US 33,400 Amazon / 278 / 3
      28 Brett Richey NEW MILFORD, NY, US 69,600 Amazon / 278 / 5
      29 Jason Moe CARMICHAEL, CA, US 8,600 Amazon / 278 / 6
      30 Paul Greim HELMETTA, NJ, US 58,700 Amazon / 278 / 7
      31 Bjorn "Bokkie" Verbakel BEEK EN DONK, , NL 39,700 Amazon / 278 / 8
      32 Aaron Overton PHILADELPHIA, PA, US 19,100 Amazon / 278 / 9

      103 Tommy Jojola LAS VEGAS, NV, US 56,600 Amazon / 293 / 1
      104 Michael Schwartz Las Vegas, NV, US 69,100 Amazon / 293 / 2
      105 Christian Harder ANNAPOLIS, MD, US 84,100 Amazon / 293 / 3
      106 Mark Davidoff PENN VALLEY, PA, US 24,500 Amazon / 293 / 4
      107 Darryll Fish CAPE CORAL, FL, US 22,900 Amazon / 293 / 5
      108 Tsubasa "Tsubi" Manabe KARLSRUHE, , DE 22,100 Amazon / 293 / 6
      109 John Patgorski CHESAPEAKE, VA, US 102,300 Amazon / 293 / 7
      110 Romik Vartzar GLENDALE, CA, US 56,500 Amazon / 293 / 8
      111 Linus Eklund Malmo, , SE 32,600 Amazon / 293 / 9

      17 Guang Lu VANCOUVER, BC, CA 16,600 Amazon / 277 / 1
      18 Florian "FA_Morgoth" Langmann VIENNA, , AT 24,800 Amazon / 277 / 2
      19 Benjamin Lamb TULSA, OK, US 169,800 Amazon / 277 / 4
      20 Jeremy Harkin TROUTDALE, OR, US 56,700 Amazon / 277 / 5
      21 Kiran Srinivas NEW YORK, NY, US 18,700 Amazon / 277 / 6
      22 Roger Hairabedian GRASSE, , FR 12,700 Amazon / 277 / 7
      23 Andrew Watson TULSA, OK, US 41,000 Amazon / 277 / 8
      24 Sonu Sharma EDMONTON, AB, CA 51,400 Amazon / 277 / 9
    • elhh82
      elhh82
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      138 left, they start Day 2 at the 400/800 blind level


      Tsubi


      Bokkie


      FA_Morgoth
    • elhh82
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      On Bokkie's table


      Robert Williamson III


      John Racener

      On FA_Morgoth's table


      Joe Hachem


      Chip leader Ben Lamb
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