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Negreanu Doubles Through EamesPosted 7 minutes ago by OHairDJ facebook23.pngtwitter23.png b87822a127b.jpgDaniel Negreanu during day 2It has been a rough past hour for John Eames.In a recent hand, action folded all the way to Eames on the small blind, who raised to 60,000. Daniel Negreanu quickly moved his remaining 170,000 into the middle and Eames called.Negreanu: 6s.gif6c.gifEames: 2s.gif2d.gifThe 8h.gifah.gif9s.gif9h.gif9c.gif board ran out sweat-free for Negreanu and he doubled through Eames with a superior full house.Negreanu's stack has risen to 350,000 while Eames is down to his last 120,000.Read more: http://www.pokernews.com/live-reporting/2012-world-series-of-poker/event-5-pot-limit-hold-em/

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Negreanu Moving On UpPosted 2 minutes ago by tayke2 facebook23.pngtwitter23.png Tommy Vedes was under the gun, and he raised it to 48,000. It folded to Daniel Negreanu, and he put in a three bet to 118,000 total. Everyone folded back to Vedes, and he made the call. The flop came down 9h.gifjh.gifjs.gif, and Vedes checked to Negreanu, who wasted little time in moving his whole stack in, 232,000 in total. Vedes tanked for about 30 seconds before releasing his hand, giving the pot to Negreanu, who's now second in chips.Read more: http://www.pokernews.com/live-reporting/2012-world-series-of-poker/event-5-pot-limit-hold-em/

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Keanu Tabali Eliminated in 9th Place ($14,449)Posted 1 minute ago by OHairDJ facebook23.pngtwitter23.png b82a041402f.jpgKeanu Tabali during day 2Bryan Pellegrino opened for 43,000 from the hijack position and action folded around to Keanu Tabali in the small blind, who re-raised all in for his last 102,000. Pellegrino called and hands were revealed.Pellegrino: 9s.gif8c.gifTabali: 10c.gif10h.gifTabali was in great shape to double, however, the da.gif9c.gif6s.gif flop improved Pellegrino's odds as he spiked a pair. The turn brought an uneventful 3h.gif, but a 8s.gif on the river improved Pellegrino to two-pair, which trumped Tabali's tens and sent him to the rail.Pellegrino is up to 550,000 following the knockout.Read more: http://www.pokernews.com/live-reporting/2012-world-series-of-poker/event-5-pot-limit-hold-em/

Read more: http://www.pokernews.com/live-reporting/2012-world-series-of-poker/event-5-pot-limit-hold-em/

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does danny have any bracelet bets this year?
I don't know any specifics but he has all sorts of different bets plus he has himself on his team in his $25K Fantasy Pool plus lots of side bets on that.He and Ivey have a standing bet on any tourney that they both enter if one of them wins the tourney the other pays up. I think he and Ivey have also made some bets with others that one of them would win a bracelet this year.
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Daniel Negreanu Eliminated in 5th Place ($41,683)Posted 1 minute ago by tayke2 facebook23.pngtwitter23.png b6cd6ec961f.jpgDaniel NegreanuDaniel Negreanu opened the action with a min-raise to 48,000, and it was folded to Nick Jivkov in the small blind. Jivkov raised it up to 112,000, and it was back to Negreanu, who wasted little time in moving the rest of his chips in. It was a total of 181,000, and Jivkov made the call. The cards were flipped, and Negreanu was in great shape.Negreanu: da.gifqs.gifJivkov: ac.gifjh.gifWhen the flop came down 10s.gifqc.gif9h.gif, Negreanu let out a mini yell of celebration, until he realized that Jivkov had picked up an open ended straight draw. "No king or eight or else we're dead" he yelled to his rail as the 2h.gif hit the turn. "No king or eight" Negreanu said one more time, but unfortunately for him, the dealer peeled off a kc.gif on the river. Negreanu left with a smile on his face, as he takes home over $40,000 for his efforts. Meanwhile, Jivkov propels himself to the chip lead, sitting on 940,000.Read more: http://www.pokernews.com/live-reporting/2012-world-series-of-poker/event-5-pot-limit-hold-em/

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