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2009 Wsop Event 10 - $2,500 Pot Limit Hold'em/omaha


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Event 10 of the 2009 WSOP is the $2,500 Pot Limit Hold'em/Omaha Tournament that starts at 5PM Vegas time today.Daniel should be playing and sending updates via Twitter which is available through FCP.http://www.fullcontactpoker.com/daniel-negreanu/twitter.phpUpdates are available at Poker Newshttp://www.pokernews.com/wsop/2009/event-10/Good Luck Daniel and any other FCPers who are playing.Daniel's Twitter Updates3 June 2009, 8:40 pmRealKidPoker: Just made trips twice and folded both times in PLO. So weird. Think I was right both times but can't be sure. Got 55503 June 2009, 9:20 pmRealKidPoker: 6250 end of level 2 just lost a pot with AA3 June 2009, 9:48 pmRealKidPoker: Up to 9k after talking a guy into 'going for the win' and calling me when I had the nuts and a better flush draw than him3 June 2009, 10:52 pmRealKidPoker: I got like 15k and am in a super goofy mood. Messing with people on the rail hardcore.3 June 2009, 11:02 pmRealKidPoker: Just had a bizarre encounter with two wild drunk railbird tatooed chicks3 June 2009, 11:40 pmRealKidPoker: 22725 at the dinner break. Avg is 13k4 June 2009, 1:10 amRealKidPoker: I've been nudged for an update. Getting another massage and have about 18k after losing with KK in holdem4 June 2009, 1:25 amRealKidPoker: 26k made 2679. Kid at my table named perkyshmurky. Jus sayin'4 June 2009, 1:38 amRealKidPoker: Just got a huge donation. Limp button raise I rereaise with AA910 guy calls. Flop AQ5 we go all in. He has AQ102 I got 58k4 June 2009, 1:44 amRealKidPoker: Wow hit a flush against a set in holdem. I have 70k avg is 17k. Rollin4 June 2009, 1:50 amRealKidPoker: When I won my bracelet last year I had to miss the 10k Mixed event. Wasn't even gonna play, just like this event. Coincidence?4 June 2009, 2:41 amRealKidPoker: 75300 breaktime. Two more houts of play then we are done4 June 2009, 4:01 amRealKidPoker: Sitting on 80k with an hour to go. Avg is 26k my table has tons though. 125 players left.4 June 2009, 5:04 amRealKidPoker: tried two good bluffs late and ran into the hand I was repping both times. A bit annoying. Ended with 50k and come back tomm at 2pmDaniel's Day 2 Twitter Updates4 June 2009, 4:06 PMRealKidPoker: Back to hard work today. My life combines loads of relaxed ME time with intense work at the tables. I enjoy both equally4 June 2009, 4:45 PMRealKidPoker: Ugh lost a big pot in holdem kinda coolerish4 June 2009, 4:48 PMRealKidPoker: I still have 45k. Board was 10 6 5 K w 3 spades I had AK guy had As 9s4 June 2009, 5:25 PMRealKidPoker: Up to 120k! 99 vs AK on a flop of 10 9 3 all diamonds. He had the Ad. I faded it woohoo4 June 2009, 5:55 PMRealKidPoker: I'm making all the right laydowns. Early today I could have folded my AK but other than that I see danger- and make the right move.4 June 2009, 6:08 PMRealKidPoker: 93300 at the break. 66 players left4 June 2009, 6:41 PMRealKidPoker: PLO big pot. Flop K 10 9 two spades. I have KQJ4 with KQ spades. Opponent had QJ87 with Js 7s. Freeroll again but missed. Chop pot4 June 2009, 6:55 PMRealKidPoker: Weird weird feeling. KQ vs JJ flop Q 65 and I KNEW a Jack was coming! I felt it! River Jack4 June 2009, 7:00 PMRealKidPoker: Brutal brutal holdem round back to 50k. 62 left it pays 454 June 2009, 7:19 PMRealKidPoker: Dang! Doubled thru grinder than lost an insane sick sick insane 3 way pot. Blah gross.4 June 2009, 7:21 PMRealKidPoker: 72k now. I needed a 5 6 7 8 9 or a club against a guy who went bezerk with top pair and no draw at all4 June 2009, 8:33 PMRealKidPoker: 64500 49 left I'm avg. Lost a pot last hand before break trip aces with a J lost to AK. In the mixed now for 30 min4 June 2009, 9:40 PMRealKidPoker: In the money now4 June 2009, 10:07 PMRealKidPoker: Down to 3k. Missed a big hand against AA. Total wrap. Oh well4 June 2009, 10:18 PMRealKidPoker: Out of the tourney. Back to the 8 game mix now w 44k

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3 June 2009, 9:48 pmRealKidPoker: Up to 9k after talking a guy into 'going for the win' and calling me when I had the nuts and a better flush draw than him

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Mixing it UpJust witnessed kind of a curious hand over at a table at which Hevad Khan, Vivek Rajkumar, and Burt Boutin were sitting. None were involved, but all are still talking about it.In a PLH hand, a player open-raised to 1,200 from middle position, and only the small blind called. The flop came 10s 9s 5s , and before the SB could act the raiser surprisingly tossed his cards into the muck.All were joking about it afterwards. "You've really opened up your checking range," quipped one player. "Now that you've worked an open-fold into your game."

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Mixing it UpJust witnessed kind of a curious hand over at a table at which Hevad Khan, Vivek Rajkumar, and Burt Boutin were sitting. None were involved, but all are still talking about it.In a PLH hand, a player open-raised to 1,200 from middle position, and only the small blind called. The flop came 10s 9s 5s , and before the SB could act the raiser surprisingly tossed his cards into the muck.All were joking about it afterwards. "You've really opened up your checking range," quipped one player. "Now that you've worked an open-fold into your game."
JFarrell?!?!?!?
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JFarrell?!?!?!?
Almost. The jfarrell20 open-fold is a tournament tactic used when other players are behind you, ostensibly so that your fold increases the chance that at least 2 others may "go at it", hopefully resulting in the elimination of one of them.
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Chip Counts to Start Day 2, 99 Players remainingJamie Rosen 110200 Bjorn Verbakel 103400 Anthony Cousineau 96300 Daniel Makowsky 89900 Alfredo Vega 86500 George Abdallah 81400 David Arfa 79700 Shawn Glines 65400 Chance Kornuth 63900 Michael Mizrachi 63500 Alex Kravchenko 62800 Luis Santoni 61400 Benjamin Grundy 59200 Jarred Solomon 57800 Hevad Khan 56700 Jaime Pickering 56500 Amit Makhija 56200 Jeroen Vandam 55900 Seth Anirudh 55300 Jeff Williams 54500 Chris Chang 51100 Nam Le 50600 Daniel Negreanu 50200 Lester Naquin 50100 Tyler Mckinnon 50100 Pawel Andrzejwski 49600 Jonas Entin 49400 Cornel Cimpan 49000 Jan Collado 47800 Bertrand Grospellier 47500 George Boyce 45200 Robert Price 44400 Rob Hollink 44100 Vivek Rajkumar 44100 Surinder Sunar 39800 Jonathan Tamayo 38200 Len Ashby 38100 David Sklansky 37900 John-Paul Kelly 37400 Al Adler 35700 Josh Tieman 35300 Rohit Bhasin 35200 Luis Velador 33700 Rami Boukai 32800 Amnon Filippi 32500 Cameron Yoos 30900 John Kabbaj 29800 Matt Vengrin 29800 Jeff Kimber 29500 Robert Zipf 29200 Benjamin Kang 28400 Stephen Delvin 27600 Michael Binger 27300 Richard En 26700 Trevor Whiteway 26700 Thomas Berg 26300 Colin Wickersheim 26000 Scott Fischman 25700 Greg Raymer 25400 Fabrice Soulier 24500 Paul Fisher 23200 Joe Ebanks 22900 Alex Jalali 22200 Ted Jivkov 22200 Andy Bloch 21900 Jared Ingles 21500 Andrew Ling 20900 Daniel Studer 20100 Markus Lehmann 19000 Hoyt Corkins 18900 Christopher Grzadziel 18800 Eugene Bauerlein 17900 Andrew Watson 17600 Stephen Pierson 17400 Robert Kula 16300 Nitish Sethi 16100 Neil Channing 16000 Mike Beasley 15700 Cedric Kolstad 15500 Jan Sorensen 15400 Brian Haveson 14900 Neal Cooke 14800 Najib Bennani 13900 Remco Van Der 13600 Jamie Robbins 13100 Kevin Saul 13100 Valter Farina 12300 Gary Do 12200 Sigi Stockinger 12200 Jeff Littlefield 11100 Julian Rodriguez 10300 Pham Kim-Phuc 10000 Craig Boyd 9500 Jay Heimowitz 8300 Michael Degilio 8200 Thomas Pettersson 6900 Will Failla 4000 Pajoheshnia Mortaza 3800 Paul Parker 2500

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(Table 84)Seat 1: Michael Binger - 27300Seat 2: Pawel Andrzejwski - 49600Seat 3: Remco Van Der - 13600Seat 4: Robert Kula - 16300Seat 5: Michael Mizrachi - 63500Seat 6: Daniel Negreanu - 50200Seat 7: Jamie Robbins - 13100Seat 8: Jeff Kimber - 29500Seat 9: Stephen Delvin - 27600

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gl Daniel

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4 June 2009, 5:25 PMRealKidPoker: Up to 120k! 99 vs AK on a flop of 10 9 3 all diamonds. He had the Ad. I faded it woohoo
solid reporting here...someone shoudl tell them when looking at the board upside down they have to reverse the order to report :club: En and OutDaniel Negreanu was tangled up with Richard En, and one of them is now out of chips. The flop rolled out {4-Hearts} {7-Spades} {3-Diamonds}. En checked over to Kid Poker, and Negreanu fired out a bet. After a moment, En check-raised all in, and Negreanu thought for just a minute before calling.ShowdownEn: {A-Diamonds} {K-Hearts}Negreanu: {9-Clubs} {9-Hearts}En was well behind with his two overcards, needing to pair one of them to stay alive. Much to his dismay, the {9-Diamonds} fell on the turn, locking up the pot for Negreanu right there. The river was a meaningless {10-Diamonds}, and Richard En has been eliminated.With that big pot worth more than 80,000 chips, Daniel Negreanu has vaulted up the scoreboard, sitting now with 95,000.
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solid reporting here...someone shoudl tell them when looking at the board upside down they have to reverse the order to report :ts En and OutDaniel Negreanu was tangled up with Richard En, and one of them is now out of chips. The flop rolled out {4-Hearts} {7-Spades} {3-Diamonds}. En checked over to Kid Poker, and Negreanu fired out a bet. After a moment, En check-raised all in, and Negreanu thought for just a minute before calling.ShowdownEn: {A-Diamonds} {K-Hearts}Negreanu: {9-Clubs} {9-Hearts}En was well behind with his two overcards, needing to pair one of them to stay alive. Much to his dismay, the {9-Diamonds} fell on the turn, locking up the pot for Negreanu right there. The river was a meaningless {10-Diamonds}, and Richard En has been eliminated.With that big pot worth more than 80,000 chips, Daniel Negreanu has vaulted up the scoreboard, sitting now with 95,000.
they fixed that now :club:
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I forwarded BigLebowski's comment. They said, apparently thanking me and BigLebowski: FerricRamsium [1 minute ago]Thanks DCJ (and Twitter).Also, Ivey's down to the final three in deuce to seven. Could be a head start in the bracelet battle between him and Daniel. You can watch it here:http://www.bluffmagazine.com/live
good job.@27LB - for those who like to maximize the window when watching live feed (I am using GOM player) here is direct URL (extracted from http://wsop.pkr.com/Videos.aspx page) http://bm30342.edgeboss.net/wmedia-live/bm...oker_090531.asx and finally LOL at the joke on twitter. During the last break (4 players left at that time), new tweet was posted (later they made apologize):Ivey just busted two players in one hand. Heads-up with big lead for the bracelet in Deuce to Seven!---Team Ivey
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A Dangerous WheelOmahaUnder the gun, Bertrand "ElkY" Grospellier opened with a raise to 2,300. Michael Mizrachi came along from the button, and Daniel Negreanu called out of the small blind as well. (Do you see how sick this table is?)In any event, the flop came out 4 2 3 . Negreanu led out for 8,000, and ElkY raised it up to 26,000. The Grinder ducked out, and Negreanu went into the tank for a minute. After careful consideration, he flashed A 5 and slid his four cards into the muck.

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A Dangerous WheelOmahaUnder the gun, Bertrand "ElkY" Grospellier opened with a raise to 2,300. Michael Mizrachi came along from the button, and Daniel Negreanu called out of the small blind as well. (Do you see how sick this table is?)In any event, the flop came out 4 2 3 . Negreanu led out for 8,000, and ElkY raised it up to 26,000. The Grinder ducked out, and Negreanu went into the tank for a minute. After careful consideration, he flashed A 5 and slid his four cards into the muck.
wow....thats why I don't play omaha because I would go broke every hand
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4 June 2009, 7:00 PMRealKidPoker: Brutal brutal holdem round back to 50k. 62 left it pays 45
Here is the hand:Robbins Basking in Good FortuneHold'emDaniel Negreanu raised to 2,400 from late position, and Jamie Robbins, sitting in the cutoff, reraised to 8,800. It folded back around to Negreanu who made the call. The flop came [Qd 5s 6d]. Negreanu checked, Robbins bet his last 5,000, and Negreanu called. Negreanu showed [Ks Qs] for queens, and Robbins [Js Jh]. The turn was the [6c], and Negreanu was still ahead. But the river was the [Jc], giving Robbins the set and the 28,000-chip pot. Afterwards, Negreanu said he felt the jack was coming. He's at about 55,000 at the moment.Doubled up later:Negreanu Grinds Down MizrachiOmahaMichael Mizrachi opened with a raise to 3,000. Next door, Daniel Negreanu popped it back, re-raising to 10,500. The Grinder called.The flop brought [6s 7d Jh]. Mizrachi led out with a pot bet of 22,500. Negreanu quickly moved all in for an additional 15,600, and Mizrachi called.ShowdownMizrachi: [Ac 8c Js Ks]Negreanu: [As Ah 5h Ts]The [Th] on the turn was a safe card for the at-risk Negreanu, as was the [7s] that hit the river. Kid Poker dragged in that big pot, doubling up to 103,000 and leaving Mizrachi crippled down to 8,500.
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