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Event #52 of the 2010 WSOP at The Rio in Las Vegas is the $25,000 No-Limit Hold’em / Six Handed Tournament and Daniel will be playing.This should be the event where the best of the online cash players shine since 6-max NL is their game.Daniel will be sending updates via Twitter and Poker News will have updates as usual.http://twitter.com/RealKidPoker/http://www.pokernews.com/live-reporting/2010-wsop/event-52/Daniel's Twitter Updates30 June 2010, 2:22 pmRealKidPoker: Started with Benyamine and de Wolfe. Table quickly broke. New table has Lee Markholt and 4 guys I've never seen before. Really?30 June 2010, 3:04 pmRealKidPoker: Up to 118,125 after level 1 of the 25k 6max. Excellent start, we start with 75,000 in chips for this event30 June 2010, 4:04 pmRealKidPoker: Another good level up to 136,275. I'm at one of the cold tables so I'm wearing the hoodie pretty tight.30 June 2010, 5:44 pmRealKidPoker: 217400 after level 3 still cruising and hitting flops. Great start30 June 2010, 6:44 pmRealKidPoker: End of level 4 235,900. New to my table are Ville Wahlbeck and Ashton Griffin.30 June 2010, 8:05 pmRealKidPoker: 270,700 after level 5. Busted Ashton Griffin with AK to his QQ. Lots of people busting, very fast structure early.30 June 2010, 9:07 pmRealKidPoker: 261,800 thru level 6 and we are going on a 90 min dinner break. Started with 191 players and we are down under 120 already.30 June 2010, 11:09 pmRealKidPoker: Fun hand: old man makes it 3600 I call button AQ. Flop 843 rainbow he bets 5200 I raise to 12200 he raises 11k more I raise 15k moreHe folds30 June 2010, 11:41 pmRealKidPoker: 374,500. Raised sb w 5c 8c bb calls. Flop Kc 6c 4d I bet 6k. Turn 4 check call 10k. River 2 check he bet 22k I raise 35k. Win. End level 7!1 July 2010, 12:03 amRealKidPoker: In the zone bigtime. Flop 8910 checked to LuckyChewy check. Turn 8 bet 6k he called. River 3 check call 9k. I called with AK. Over 400k!1 July 2010, 12:36 amRealKidPoker: 421,300 with two levels left to go. Chip leader or close to it for sure. About 100 players left playing just great and running good.1 July 2010, 1:57 amRealKidPoker: Thru level 9 463,100 with just one level left to play. Gotta say, this is fun! Only 78 players left. Dropping like flies.1 July 2010, 2:52 amRealKidPoker: 407,100 end of the night about 70 players left. Just dodged a bullet vs Carlos sb bb. He had KK I had 77 and lost min. Played my butt off!1 July 2010, 5:34 pmRealKidPoker: Up to 506,500 after first level day 2 2000-4000 with a 500 ante now1 July 2010, 6:32 pmRealKidPoker: 689,500 thru level 2 day 2. Picking up right where I left off. Smooth sailing with less than 60 left.1 July 2010, 7:52 pmRealKidPoker: 901,000 what what. Going to 3000-6000 now. Feel great, running hot, playing great.1 July 2010, 8:11 pmRealKidPoker: Average age of the players in the 25k 6 max event is 32 years old.1 July 2010, 8:18 pmRealKidPoker: Just surpassed the one million mark. A millie a mille a mille a mille a mille....1 July 2010, 8:59 pmRealKidPoker: Dinner break I got 1,092,000. Lost a couple pots to Hoyt Corkins on my left. He's playing tough. Not sure how many left check @pokernews1 July 2010, 11:59 pmRealKidPoker: 1,069,000 lost a 500k pot with JJ vs K5. He had a big draw. You can watch live on espn3.com. About 26 left2 July 2010, 1:19 amRealKidPoker: 1,164,000 end of level2 July 2010, 2:18 amRealKidPoker: 990,000 now hanging around a million for a while now. 20 players left it pays 18 spots.2 July 2010, 4:32 amRealKidPoker: We made the money 18 left. I stayed steady and ended with 860,000. Time to get home, do plyo, and get some zzz's2 July 2010, 5:33 pmRealKidPoker: This will be a short day the structure is lighting fast for a 25k 6 max. Avg stack is around 30 big blinds. 14 left2 July 2010, 5:39 pmRealKidPoker: I swear it. The 2500 6max event had more play than the 25k 6max. This event has been dropped from my list of prestigious events. Crapshoot

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Negreanu LeadingPosted 1 minute ago by donpeters"There's a lot more there than there was before," said Daniel Negreanu to our reporter who was counting his stack. We eyeballed it at around 210,000 and Negreanu informed us that he cracked Saar Wilf's pocket aces to get the chips.According to Negreanu, Wilf raised and Negreanu flatted with the {10-Diamonds}{9-Diamonds}. The flop came {K-}{9-}{9-} and Wilf fired. Negreanu called. Wilf then barreled the blank turn and blank river, to which Negreanu called off."Easy game," he said.

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Daniel said on Twitter:
@TexDolly I'll bet the winner of the 25k 6 max event is under 35 and I'll lay 3-2 odds.
Being 35, Daniel is betting against himself and a lot of other good players.Shouldn't Daniel be betting that the winner of the $25,000 six handed event is under 36 and lay 3-2 odds to give himself a bigger incentive to win?
Daniel said on Twitter:
@TexDolly ok then, I'll pick 5 guys under 35 and you can have 5 guys over 35 and I'll lay 1.20
But, Daniel, what about guys, like you, who are 35. Don't you want to include yourself in the bet?
Daniel's doing great so far.It's too bad that he didn't include himself in his side of the bet.
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Being 35, Daniel is betting against himself and a lot of other good players.Shouldn't Daniel be betting that the winner of the $25,000 six handed event is under 36 and lay 3-2 odds to give himself a bigger incentive to win?But, Daniel, what about guys, like you, who are 35. Don't you want to include yourself in the bet?Daniel's doing great so far.It's too bad that he didn't include himself in his side of the bet.
Imagine if we lived in a world where you hadn't already made that point multiple times and received responses on it. Or even if we lived in a world where having the chip lead on day one did not guarantee that you win a tournament.What's that? We do live in such a world? Wow.
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Imagine if we lived in a world where you hadn't already made that point multiple times and received responses on it. Or even if we lived in a world where having the chip lead on day one did not guarantee that you win a tournament.What's that? We do live in such a world? Wow.
I just wanted to rub it in so that Daniel might see it, in case he does well or wins, as an incentive to include himself in future bets.
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Official Day 1 Chip Counts (full)Posted 41 minutes ago by MatthewChip Counts 1 Alexander Gruibem 548000 0 2 Jason Somerville 516600 0 3 Mclean Karr 472800 0 4 Isaac Haxton 460500 0 5 Daniel Negreanu PokerStars Team Pro (Canada) 407100 0 6 John Juanda 401300 0 7 Frank Kassela 389800 0 8 Bryn Kenney 370300 0 9 Mikael Thuritz 334300 0 10 Dan Kelly 315700 0 11 Richard Anthony 305300 0 12 Martins Adeniya 302600 0 13 Thomas Bentham 288100 0 14 Basilis Jordanou 286000 0 15 Philippe Dauteuil 283000 0 16 Ariel Schneller 281500 0 17 Nick Schulman 280000 0 18 Dominykas Karmazinas 272700 0 19 Jared Jaffee 265800 0 20 Richard Lyndaker 258800 0 21 Randy Dorfman 258000 0 22 John Duthie PokerStars Team Pro (UK & Ireland) 256800 0 23 Hoyt Corkins 252000 0 24 Scott Seiver 240000 0 25 Freddy Deeb 234400 0 26 Brian Hodhod 227500 0 27 Mark Ioli 219200 0 28 Dmitry Vitkind 219200 0 29 Armin Zoike 217800 0 30 Shawn Buchanan 207000 0 31 Talal Shakerchi 200300 0 32 Barry Greenstein PokerStars Team Pro (USA) 194800 0 33 Carlos Mortensen 186100 0 34 David Sands 176800 0 35 Justin Bonomo 171300 0 36 Sorel Mizzi 169700 0 37 Ivan Demidov 169200 0 38 Steve Brecher 169000 0 39 Per Magnus Ummer 162500 0 40 Steven Kelly 159300 0 41 Lisa Hamilton 154400 0 42 Erick Lindgren 154400 0 43 Timothy Adams 148900 0 44 Phil Ivey 146300 0 45 Jess Yawitz 132200 0 46 Eugene Katchalov 130800 0 47 Heather Mercer 125200 0 48 Beth Shak 124300 0 49 Chris Moore 115400 0 50 Erik Seidel 113600 0 51 Aurangzeb Sheikh 109300 0 52 Marcus Golser 104200 0 53 Andrew Feldman 101600 0 54 Joseph Elpayaa 96100 0 55 Abe Mosseri 93100 0 56 Oscar Erixon 90800 0 57 Kevin Saul 89400 0 58 Juan Ramirez 82600 0 59 Vanessa Rousso PokerStars Team Pro (USA) 78000 0 60 Anthony Gargano 76700 0 61 Isaac Baron 72900 0 62 John Racener 71200 0 63 Anthony Roux 59600 0 64 Phil Galfond 59200 0 65 Christopher Oliver 58400 0 66 Vadim Trincher 50500 0 67 Zachary Clark 40300 0 68 Keith Hawkins 38300 0

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I just wanted to rub it in so that Daniel might see it, in case he does well or wins, as an incentive to include himself in future bets.
Yes, cause if he wins the tournament he will instantly feel bad when he sees that DCJ001 was correct about a wager.Now I understand.Thank you for clarifying.
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Yes, cause if he wins the tournament he will instantly feel bad when he sees that DCJ001 was correct about a wager.Now I understand.Thank you for clarifying.
Anyone else thinking..."What a dick!"?
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Day 2 Table and Seat DrawPosted 3 minutes ago by donpeters(Table 364)Seat 1: Justin Bonomo - 171300Seat 2: Armin Zoike - 217800Seat 3: Freddy Deeb - 234400Seat 4: Steven Kelly - 159300Seat 5: Isaac Haxton - 460500(Table 366)Seat 1: Erick Lindgren - 154400Seat 2: Vadim Trincher - 50500Seat 3: Ariel Schneller - 281500Seat 4: John Juanda - 401300Seat 5: Anthony Roux - 59600Seat 6: Joseph Elpayaa - 96100(Table 367)Seat 1: Lisa Hamilton - 154400Seat 2: Heather Mercer - 125200Seat 3: Bryn Kenney - 370300Seat 4: Jared Jaffee - 265800Seat 5: Shawn Buchanan - 207000Seat 6: David Sands - 176800(Table 368)Seat 1: Zachary Clark - 40300Seat 2: Daniel Negreanu - 407100Seat 3: Hoyt Corkins - 252000Seat 4: Richard Anthony - 305300Seat 5: Chris Moore - 115400Seat 6: Marcus Golser - 104200(Table 369)Seat 1: Phil Galfond - 59200Seat 2: Beth Shak - 124300Seat 3: Christopher Oliver - 58400Seat 4: Brian Hodhod - 227500Seat 5: Carlos Mortensen - 186100Seat 6: Per Magnus - 162500(Table 370)Seat 1: Timothy Adams - 148900Seat 2: Barry Greenstein - 194800Seat 3: Dmitry Vitkind - 219200Seat 4: Sam Trickett - 1Seat 5: John Racener - 71200Seat 6: Erik Seidel - 113600(Table 371)Seat 1: Richard Lyndaker - 258800Seat 2: Dominykas Karmazinas - 272700Seat 3: Thomas Bentham - 288100Seat 4: Abe Mosseri - 93100Seat 5: Alexander Gruibem - 548000Seat 6: Basilis Jordanou - 286000(Table 372)Seat 1: Vanessa Rousso - 78000Seat 2: Jess Yawitz - 132200Seat 3: Randy Dorfman - 258000Seat 4: Nick Schulman - 280000Seat 5: Steve Brecher - 169000Seat 6: Martins Adeniya - 302600(Table 373)Seat 1: Sorel Mizzi - 169700Seat 2: Mikael Thuritz - 334300Seat 3: Andrew Feldman - 101600Seat 4: Dan Kelly - 315700Seat 5: Philippe Dauteuil - 283000Seat 6: Jason Somerville - 516600(Table 374)Seat 1: Juan Ramirez - 82600Seat 2: Anthony Gargano - 76700Seat 3: Aurangzeb Sheikh - 109300Seat 4: Frank Kassela - 389800Seat 6: Talal Shakerchi - 200300(Table 375)Seat 1: Eugene Katchalov - 130800Seat 2: Phil Ivey - 146300Seat 3: Mclean Karr - 472800Seat 4: Isaac Baron - 72900Seat 5: Oscar Erixon - 90800Seat 6: Ivan Demidov - 169200(Table 376)Seat 1: Scott Seiver - 240000Seat 2: Mark Ioli - 219200Seat 3: John Duthie - 256800Seat 5: Kevin Saul - 89400Seat 6: Keith Hawkins - 38300

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July 2010, 5:34 pmRealKidPoker: Up to 506,500 after first level day 2 2000-4000 with a 500 ante now1 July 2010, 6:32 pmRealKidPoker: 689,500 thru level 2 day 2. Picking up right where I left off. Smooth sailing with less than 60 left.

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Top Chip Counts1 Daniel Negreanu 1,140,000 2 Vadim Trincher 760,000 3 Barry Greenstein 685,000 4 Mikael Thuritz 630,000 5 Bryn Kenney 610,000 6 Brian Hodhod 591,000 7 Martins Adeniya 560,000 8 Sam Trickett 540,000 9 Justin Bonomo 539,500 10 Carlos Mortensen 530,000

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Top Chip Counts1 Daniel Negreanu 1,140,000 2 Vadim Trincher 760,000 3 Barry Greenstein 685,000 4 Mikael Thuritz 630,000 5 Bryn Kenney 610,000 6 Brian Hodhod 591,000 7 Martins Adeniya 560,000 8 Sam Trickett 540,000 9 Justin Bonomo 539,500 10 Carlos Mortensen 530,000
Could this be the one??????????????
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Potential of a fun final table...Daniel, Barry, Bonomo and Mortensen is what I am hoping for..An epic 10 hour heads up battle with Daniel and Barry would be nice.

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gggooo chip leader Daniel! wweeee! ship it man! and lose your bet with Dolye, but hey not a bad way to lose that bet!

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Potential of a fun final table...Daniel, Barry, Bonomo and Mortensen is what I am hoping for..An epic 10 hour heads up battle with Daniel and Barry would be nice.
would be amazing!
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Potential of a fun final table...Daniel, Barry, Bonomo and Mortensen is what I am hoping for..An epic 10 hour heads up battle with Daniel and Barry would be nice.
It wasn't meant to be:dd61c7559780ff912f611e871fa84617.png
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