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gogogogogo Devo nhwatching the WSOP on TSN and listening to Hardcorepoker radio with Daniel

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thanks for the shout out Daniel :club: Hugspodcast for people who miss ithttp://radio.thescore.com/episodes/daniel-...nu-july-18-2011

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Id love to see multiple pros make this FT. Devo, Lamb and some others. I love Devo's buddies wearing red sand buckets on their heads. lol.WEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE, Darcort (pink haired f&ck) out. lol

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Id love to see multiple pros make this FT. Devo, Lamb and some others. I love Devo's buddies wearing red sand buckets on their heads. lol.WEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE, Darcort (pink haired f&ck) out. lol
I was glad to see him bustas well as the cape-wearing fool. who couldn't fold a flush.
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22 Players Left1 Anton Makiievskyi Dnipropetrovsk, UA 21,045,000 Amazon / 1 / 92 Eoghan O'Dea DUBLIN, IE 19,500,000 Amazon / 3 / 83 Khoa Nguyen CALGARY, AB, CA 16,435,000 Amazon / 1 / 34 Andrey Pateychuk RU 16,245,000 Amazon / 3 / 75 Ben Lamb TULSA, OK, US 14,690,000 Amazon / 3 / 56 Phil Collins LAS VEGAS, NV, US 13,805,000 Amazon / 2 / 57 John Hewitt SAN JOSE, CR 13,265,000 Amazon / 3 / 28 Ryan Lenaghan NEW ORLEANS, LA, US 10,415,000 Amazon / 3 / 69 Matt Giannetti LAS VEGAS, NV, US 8,920,000 Amazon / 2 / 110 Konstantinos Mamaliadis DURBAN, ZA 8,195,000 Amazon / 1 / 411 Pius Heinz DE 7,510,000 Amazon / 2 / 412 Aleksandr Mozhnyakov HIMKI, , RU 7,075,000 Amazon / 2 / 213 Scott Schwalich WEST CARROLLTON, OH, US 6,920,000 Amazon / 2 / 314 Martin Staszko TRINEC, , CZ 6,380,000 Amazon / 3 / 115 Bryan Devonshire HENDERSON, NV, US 6,190,000 Amazon / 3 / 916 Sam Barnhart LITTLE ROCK, AR, US 4,935,000 Amazon / 2 / 917 Samuel Holden Sussex, , GB 4,740,000 Amazon / 1 / 618 Gionni Demers JACKSON, NJ, US 4,655,000 Amazon / 1 / 119 Kenny Shih AZUSA, CA, US 4,530,000 Amazon / 1 / 520 Lars Bonding LAS VEGAS, NV, US 4,140,000 Amazon / 1 / 721 Badih Bounahra BELIZE CITY, BZ 3,835,000 Amazon / 2 / 722 Chris Moore COUNTRYSIDE, IL, US 3,040,000 Amazon / 1 / 2

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wow down to 2 tables and that kid Makievskyi is something, gogogogogo PokerVt's Devo

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Are they streaming the last two tables or are they done with the live streaming?
8PM ET, 5PM Vegas time they'll be showing as they go from 14 to 9 on ESPN in the US and TSN in Canada
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8PM ET, 5PM Vegas time they'll be showing as they go from 14 to 9 on ESPN in the US and TSN in Canada
Getting to 9 is my favorite part of the Main Event by far. I can't wait and will watch for the duration. I really like Lamb and I think it would be a great story if the best player at this years WSOP also wins the Main Event
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One of my favorite moments to watch all time:Ivey v Moneymaker 2003.Can you imagine how much the poker landscape would be different if Ivey won that hand?
Ya that hand was sick Ace on the river and i agree 100% with you the poker landscape would be a completely different world we probably wouldn't be posting on a forum because nobody would know who D.N was.
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yes also available on line

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Meet the Final TwelvePosted 7 minutes ago by Shamus • Level 34: 150,000-300,000, 40,000 ante We're about 20 minutes away from play resuming. Meanwhile, here are a few details about each of the 12 players who have made it past the dinner break on Day 8 of the 2011 World Series of Poker Main Event.Badih Bounahra is a 49-year-old businessman and father of three originally from Lebanon who now resides in Belize City. He says he learned poker from watching television, and cheekily names seven-deuce offsuit as the "best hand in my eyes." He has a few cashes to his credit, including one WSOP cash from 2008 in a $2,000 NLHE event.Phil Collins is a 26-year-old poker pro originally from Rockford, Illinois who now calls Las Vegas home. As his online handle "USCphildo" indicates, he went to the University of South Carolina where he met his wife, Katie. In addition to his numerous online successes, Collins has a number of live cashes to his credit (including one at this year's WSOP), although his payday for this year's Main Event will well exceed all of those.Bryan Devonshire is a 29-year-old poker pro from Arcadia, CA who currently lives in Henderson, NV. Devonshire is a former youth pastor and whitewater rafting guide who has made his living from poker since 2003. He's also engaged (to his best friend) and intends to get married in Aug. 2012. Devonshire has over $1.2 million in career tourney winnings, including two runner-ups in WSOP bracelet events -- the $1,500 PLO8 event in 2007 and the Casino Employees event in 2006.Matt Giannetti of Las Vegas is a 26-year-old poker pro who previously attended the University of Texas. He has a number of cashes to his credit dating back to 2006 totaling nearly half a million dollars, including 10 at the World Series of Poker. His best previous finish in the Main Event was 521st in 2006 (for $22,266).Pius Heinz of Cologne, Germany is a 22-year-old student who first learned poker via home games with friends. This marks his first WSOP, and it has been a successful one, including a final table in Event No. 48 ($1,500 NLHE) where he finished seventh to earn $83,286.John Hewitt was born in Chicago, but lists San Jose, Costa Rica as his hometown. The 23-year-old poker pro has one cash thus far at this year's WSOP, a 35th-place finish in Event No. 18 ($1,500 NLHE) for which he earned $17,005.Sam Holden is a 22-year-old poker pro from Canterbury, England. The former student is making his WSOP debut this year, and this marks his first WSOP cash. He has a few scores from the UK & Ireland poker tour, including a first-place finish last month in a NLHE six-handed event, though no previous cashes above four figures.Ben Lamb's poker resume is easily the most extensive of the remaining 12 players, including more than $2.5 million in career winnings and numerous WSOP successes. "Benba" earned his first WSOP bracelet this summer in Event No. 42, the $10,000 PLO Championship, and added a couple more final tables to put himself in first place in this year's WSOP Player of the Year race. Today Lamb ensured he'd surpass his previous best showing in the WSOP Main Event, a 14th-place finish in 2009.Anton Makievskyi (or Makiievskyi) of Dnipropetrousk, Ukraine is playing in his first-ever WSOP. He's looking to be the fifth Ukrainian to take home a WSOP bracelet this year, which would pull Ukraine into a tie with Canada for the second-most bracelets of any country behind the U.S.Khoa Nguyen of Calgary (Alberta, Canada) is a 29-year-old poker pro and businessman who has earned a university degree in electrical engineering. He has three previous WSOP cashes, including one this summer in Event No. 45, one of the $1,000 NLHE events.Eoghan O'Dea of Ireland is a 26-year-old student who says he first learned poker from the popular U.K. show "Late Night Poker." His poker resume includes a number of cashes dating back to 2005, including three already at this summer's WSOP.Martin Staszko is a 35-year-old poker pro from Trinec of the Czech Republic who previously worked in the automotive industry. Stasko has four cashes at the WSOP already this summer, his best finish being 39th in the $1,500 PLO8 Event No. 51.Read more: http://www.pokernews.com/live-reporting/20...m-championship/Read more: http://www.pokernews.com/live-reporting/20...m-championship/

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I was bored, so tracked the results from when there were 18 players.Anton Makievskyi-- 29.7-------13.8Eoghan O'Dea----- 22.1-------33.9Ben Lamb----------- 19.2-------20.9Konst Mamaliadis- 16.5---13thScott Schwalich--- 12.9---14thKhoa Nguyen------ 12.7---11thAndrey Pateychuk 12.7---15thJohn Hewitt-------- 11.2---10thPhil Collins ---------- 9.6-------23.9Badih Bounahra---- 9.4-------19.7Matt Giannetti------ 9.0-------24.8Bryan Devonshire-- 8.3---12thRyan Lenaghan---- 6.9---16thSam Barnhart------ 6.3---17thMartin Staszko----- 5.9-------40.2Pius Heinz---------- 5.9-------16.4Kenny Shih--------- 5.1---18thSamuel Holden----- 3.3-------12.4 Stack size was pretty much irrelevant. Countless large stacks crashed and burned(more besides these ones) and small stacks were able to come back again and again. Conventional wisdom about taking a bunch of risks to increase your chipstack seems to be wrong if you base it on this tournament.Also, the traditional pros got crushed in the main event. Based on the last few years as well it seems that the internet pros are definitely better than the name pros when it comes to playing against a large number of amateurs. In general, the gap between amateur and pro seems smaller than ever.

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I don't know if this was explained at some point already, but does anyone know why ESPN won't show us the player's hole cards if the hand ends pre-flop?
They're trying to balance giving people at home all the information with trying to keep as much information about how people play from getting to other players. With only a 30 minute delay most players probably have friends watching and feeding them info about the other players.The Tuesday night WSOP shows will show the hole cards as normal
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Top Chip Counts1 Martin Staszko 40,175,000 2 Eoghan O'Dea 33,925,000 3 Matt Giannetti 24,750,000 4 Phil Collins 23,875,000 5 Ben Lamb 20,875,000 6 Badih Bounahra 19,700,000 7 Pius Heinz 16,425,000 8 Anton Makievskyi 13,825,000 9 Samuel Holden 12,375,000 Here are the seats awaiting the players when they return, and the stacks of chips that will be sitting in front of each:Seat 1: Matt Giannetti (24,750,000)
Seat 2: Badih Bounahra (19,700,000)
Seat 3: Eoghan O'Dea (33,925,000)
Seat 4: Phil Collins (23,875,000)
Seat 5: Anton Makiievskyi (13,825,000)
Seat 6: Samuel Holden (12,375,000)
Seat 7: Pius Heinz (16,425,000)
Seat 8: Ben Lamb (20,875,000)
Seat 9: Martin Staszko (40,175,000)There will be 34 minutes and 57 seconds left in Level 36 when play resumes in November, with the button starting in seat 9.We've all four months now to get to know these nine further. Much attention will be given to chip leaders Martin Staszko of the Czech Republic and Eoghan O'Dea of Ireland, although a lot of the talk between now and then will undoubtedly concern Ben "Benba" Lamb and the continuation of his remarkable 2011 WSOP run.Read more: http://www.pokernews.com/live-reporting/20...m-championship/

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