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LOL, while I was posting topic, he bought in another 100k and must have lost it to Ivey in a matter of 3-4 hands.Man, guess a hundo is nothing to these guys.Just bought in another 100k, so as of right now, he is down 300k with Ivey sittin with 400k now. (Guessing Ivey might take this 100k as well)

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my theory is barry greenstein.can bob speak as to whether bg playing at ft would be a problem?
The major problem would be bg having that kind of money to lose online not the playing on FT part.
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Some of the donks on the rail (other than asking for 5 bucks) are saying it might be Laak or Esfandiari, not sure if it very reliable info. though.
Those are the 2 of the nittiest players on the Planet and the least likely to play Ivey heads up for those stakes.
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my theory is barry greenstein.can bob speak as to whether bg playing at ft would be a problem?
What makes you think its Barry? That would be cool if true. Lookin on google, it seems as though they've played before in high stakes games online.Looks like Seda doubled up now somehow, so only down 150k, good day at work.
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Those are the 2 of the nittiest players on the Planet and the least likely to play Ivey heads up for those stakes.
Any idea's who it might be then Bob?Also, so it wouldn't be a problem for Barry to play on F Tilt? Why would that be?
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Any idea's who it might be then Bob?Also, so it wouldn't be a problem for Barry to play on F Tilt? Why would that be?
I have no clue who it is and I have no knowledge about wht Barry's contract states about playing anywhere other than Poker Stars.It would be a total guess on my part but more than likely it's an internet hotshot or Antonius on that account as opposed to a live player with a public name.
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I have no clue who it is and I have no knowledge about wht Barry's contract states about playing anywhere other than Poker Stars.It would be a total guess on my part but more than likely it's an internet hotshot or Antonius on that account as opposed to a live player with a public name.
Antonious sounds like a winner to me, Seda is comin back now and has 350 k to Ivey's 150k. Huge swing.
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Full Tilt Poker Game #5322680218: Table Ivey Deathmatch - $500/$1000 - No Limit Hold'em - 19:55:26 ET - 2008/02/19Seat 1: Phil Ivey ($313,922.50)Seat 2: seda1 ($192,475.75)seda1 posts the small blind of $500Phil Ivey posts the big blind of $1,000The button is in seat #2*** HOLE CARDS ***seda1 raises to $3,000Phil Ivey raises to $9,000seda1 calls $6,000*** FLOP *** [6s 8d Jd]Phil Ivey bets $14,000seda1 calls $14,000*** TURN *** [6s 8d Jd] [3c]Phil Ivey bets $39,000seda1 raises to $163,000Phil Ivey raises to $287,000seda1 calls $6,475.75, and is all inPhil Ivey shows [Ah As]seda1 shows [7h Jh]Uncalled bet of $117,524.25 returned to Phil Ivey*** RIVER *** [6s 8d Jd 3c] [9c]Phil Ivey shows a pair of Acesseda1 shows a pair of JacksPhil Ivey wins the pot ($384,951) with a pair of Acesseda1 is sitting out*** SUMMARY ***Total pot $384,951.50 | Rake $0.50Board: [6s 8d Jd 3c 9c]Seat 1: Phil Ivey (big blind) showed [Ah As] and won ($384,951) with a pair of AcesSeat 2: seda1 (small blind) showed [7h Jh] and lost with a pair of JacksMBN

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Wow, Ivey had chip lead 300k to Seda's 200k (about) Seda hit top pair with J, 7 with a str8 draw i believe and pushed. Ivey called with Aces and won a $400,000 pot. Man, Seda is now down 400k and rebought a hundo again. Must be Patrik, I am not sure who in their right mind would keep playin after that. F'n crazy sh.it

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Wow.Full Tilt Poker Game #5322852857: Table Ivey Deathmatch - $500/$1000 - No Limit Hold'em - 20:09:14 ET - 2008/02/19Seat 1: Phil Ivey ($463,892.25)Seat 2: seda1 ($142,495)Phil Ivey posts the small blind of $500seda1 posts the big blind of $1,000The button is in seat #1*** HOLE CARDS ***Phil Ivey raises to $3,000seda1 raises to $9,000Phil Ivey calls $6,000*** FLOP *** [Kc 6d 2h]seda1 checksPhil Ivey checks*** TURN *** [Kc 6d 2h] [7d]seda1 bets $18,000Phil Ivey raises to $66,000seda1 raises to $133,495, and is all inPhil Ivey calls $67,495seda1 shows [Ad Ks]Phil Ivey shows [6s 7h]*** RIVER *** [Kc 6d 2h 7d] [8d]seda1 shows a pair of KingsPhil Ivey shows two pair, Sevens and SixesPhil Ivey wins the pot ($284,989.50) with two pair, Sevens and Sixesseda1 is sitting out*** SUMMARY ***Total pot $284,990 | Rake $0.50Board: [Kc 6d 2h 7d 8d]Seat 1: Phil Ivey (small blind) showed [6s 7h] and won ($284,989.50) with two pair, Sevens and SixesSeat 2: seda1 (big blind) showed [Ad Ks] and lost with a pair of Kings

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Wow.Full Tilt Poker Game #5322852857: Table Ivey Deathmatch - $500/$1000 - No Limit Hold'em - 20:09:14 ET - 2008/02/19Seat 1: Phil Ivey ($463,892.25)Seat 2: seda1 ($142,495)Phil Ivey posts the small blind of $500seda1 posts the big blind of $1,000The button is in seat #1*** HOLE CARDS ***Phil Ivey raises to $3,000seda1 raises to $9,000Phil Ivey calls $6,000*** FLOP *** [Kc 6d 2h]seda1 checksPhil Ivey checks*** TURN *** [Kc 6d 2h] [7d]seda1 bets $18,000Phil Ivey raises to $66,000seda1 raises to $133,495, and is all inPhil Ivey calls $67,495seda1 shows [Ad Ks]Phil Ivey shows [6s 7h]*** RIVER *** [Kc 6d 2h 7d] [8d]seda1 shows a pair of KingsPhil Ivey shows two pair, Sevens and SixesPhil Ivey wins the pot ($284,989.50) with two pair, Sevens and Sixesseda1 is sitting out*** SUMMARY ***Total pot $284,990 | Rake $0.50Board: [Kc 6d 2h 7d 8d]Seat 1: Phil Ivey (small blind) showed [6s 7h] and won ($284,989.50) with two pair, Sevens and SixesSeat 2: seda1 (big blind) showed [Ad Ks] and lost with a pair of Kings
Seda telegraphed his hand so badly here, I was watching it and as soon as he instachceked the flop, I knew Ivey was a) getting a free card and B) going to stack Seda if he hit. As soon as Ivey raised I said "Just caught up with 67 or 77, so gross"
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Jeez,How deep is this guy?He went busto for 500 k and Ivey left, now Ivey is back with over 650k!This is almost sick. This Seda guy has to be absolutely loaded to lose over 600k in this session. I am extremely suprised that noone knows who he is.

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Jeez,How deep is this guy?He went busto for 500 k and Ivey left, now Ivey is back with over 650k!This is almost sick. This Seda guy has to be absolutely loaded to lose over 600k in this session. I am extremely suprised that noone knows who he is.
Yeah wonder who he is. Down 600k in a session would make me cry.
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my theory that it's barry greenstein is based on a couple of things:1) one time durrr was sitting and ivey asked him to leave knowing that seda was going to sit down.2) the HSNL guys at 2+2 are not impressed with seda's game, meaning that he probably is more likely a live player (or that he is not a huge internet winner like antonious, townsend, etc.)3) he only plays ivey at ft which would lead me to believe that they have some sort of history or whatever.4) he plays much more passive than the typical internet HU specialists. from what i've seen of barry's play on HSP, he is not a ram-and-jam player.5) barry would probably have enough money, or get a big enough loan from ivey to play. the list of players who would be able to do this is VERY small.of course, i'm just making wild speculation, but it makes the most sense to me. hense, it is my thoery.

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Full Tilt Poker Game #5323420945: Table Ivey Deathmatch - $500/$1000 - No Limit Hold'em - 20:54:12 ET - 2008/02/19 (partial)seda1 calls $2,000*** FLOP *** [7d 8d 8h]seda1 checksPhil Ivey bets $4,000seda1 calls $4,000*** TURN *** [7d 8d 8h] [5h]seda1 checksPhil Ivey bets $12,000seda1 raises to $50,000Phil Ivey has 15 seconds left to actPhil Ivey raises to $164,000seda1 has 15 seconds left to actseda1 has requested TIMEseda1 raises to $186,487.50, and is all inPhil Ivey calls $22,487.50seda1 shows [8c Qc]Phil Ivey shows [8s Qs]*** RIVER *** [7d 8d 8h 5h] [Js]seda1 shows three of a kind, EightsPhil Ivey shows three of a kind, Eightsseda1 ties for the pot ($193,487.25) with three of a kind, EightsPhil Ivey ties for the pot ($193,487.25) with three of a kind, Eights*** SUMMARY ***Total pot $386,975 | Rake $0.50Board: [7d 8d 8h 5h Js]Seat 1: Phil Ivey (small blind) showed [8s Qs] and won ($193,487.25) with three of a kind, EightsSeat 2: seda1 (big blind) showed [8c Qc] and won ($193,487.25) with three of a kind, Eights

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