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  1. Main Stage Seat 1: Joshua Beckley - 5,675,000 (14 bb) Seat 2: --empty-- Seat 3: --empty-- Seat 4: --empty-- Seat 5: Alexander Turyansky - 4,550,000 (11 bb) Seat 6: Joe McKeehen - 54,950,000 (137 bb) Seat 7: --empty-- Seat 8: Federico Butteroni - 9,300,000 (23 bb) Seat 9: Daniel Negreanu - 6,825,000 (17 bb) Outer Table Seat 1: --empty-- Seat 2: Neil Blumenfield - 23,000,000 (56 bb) Seat 3: Pierre Neuville - 15,725,000 (39 bb) Seat 4: Zvi Stern - 28,500,000 (71 bb) Seat 5: --empty-- Seat 6: --empty-- Seat 7: Thomas Cannuli - 15,000,000 (37 bb) Seat 8: Patrick Chan - 9,325,00
  2. interesting dynamic atm, down to 11 with the blinds at 200k-400k (50k). At one table, you have chips stacks 2nd-7th, and then at the other you have 8th-11th plus the chip leader.
  3. Finished for the day, Daniel finished with 8,495,000 and they're coming back tomorrow with 27 players. Daniel looks to be 9/27. Anyone know when they are due to reach the November 9? Will they play from 27 down to 9 tomorrow?
  4. also, would be pretty cool to see a 72 year old make the November 9
  5. Good blog. It's really f'ing hard to make it as a pro player these days.
  6. Twitter was a horrible guess alright. In this social media age, Twitter has been around for a long time and would def have sprouted up well before 2010. Funny how some questions seem easy and others seem difficult to different people. Just had a look at his Hendon Mob profile and it seems he was still playing poker consistently in 2009, would the likes of Negreanu etc not have been very active on Twitter at that stage?
  7. I highly approve of this list.
  8. in on the first page 7 years ago ehhhh
  9. anything is possible but the stats are HEAVILY in favour of an American winning the Main Event at some point again.
  10. I know this is a dated topic, but the question is till relevant given his results since 2010. I assume he must have invested his income (he sold a site for a lot during the boom) and has a really decent yearly income from these investments, along with whatever endorsements, tournament winnings, other cash winnings etc he makes. High stakes online cash games have to be a major drain though and you have to wonder how long he can lose so much.
  11. Hair transplants are pretty expensive (assuming that's what DN got - and I guess expense is a relative thing). Varies from $1500 up to 10k+. I'd guess DN paid maybe $6k or around that?
  12. eleventy bazillion dollars Tbf, there was a much bigger split in the market back then. PartyPoker was market leader, with both PokerStars and FullTilt holding similar shares of the market in 2nd/3rd (IIRC). Obviously post UIGEA everything, esp PartyPoker's landscape, changed. $170mil sounded absurd when I first heard, but I guess I can see how it's possible people felt FCP was worth that much.
  13. Have to agree with pretty much everything Daniel said. Common sense should always be high on the check list for TDs. If guys are angle shooting or genuinely acting out of order, it becomes apparent fairly easily. Specifically in Matusow's case, I wasn't there so can't say for certain, but celebrating without berating someone, no matter how excessive the celebration, surely deserves a warning before a penalty.
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