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I I COULD KILL ESPN I WOULD THEY JUST MISSED ALL THE BEST HANDSFROM HAND Date / Time: 2005-07-16 05:19:00 Log: Hand 212 - Joseph Hachem has the button in seat 1, he limps, Barch limps, and Dannenman raises to $1,240,000. Hachem calls, and Barch folds. The flop comes 8d-2d-2s, Dannenmann bets $1,000,000, Hachem raises to $5,000,000, and Dannenmann moves all in for about $15,000,000. Perhaps bringing out the money has spurred these players on to action. But Hachem thinks for a while, and he eventually folds. Dannenmann picks up one of the largest pots of the night without seeing a flop. 2005-07-16 05:29:00 Log: Hand 214 - Steve Dannenmann has the button in seat 8, and it's Hachem against Barch. The flop comes Kd-10s-5c, Hachem checks, Barch bets $600,000, and Hachem calls. The turn card is the Qs, Hachem bets $800,000, and Barch calls. The river card pairs the board with the 10h, Hachem checks, Barch bets $1,700,000, and Hachem calls. Hachem shows J-9 for a king-high straight, while Barch shows a pair. Hachem takes the pot, and his supporters shout, "Aussie, Aussie, Aussie! Oy! Oy! Oy!" Hand 220 - Steve Dannenmann has the button in seat 8, Hachem raises to $600,000, Barch reraises to $2,000,000, and Hachem reraises all in. Once again, it's telling that he's not calling right away, and he may have overplayed his hand here. Barch folds his cards, and Hachem takes the pot.AND

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i think hachem played that JJ a little too passively. I know there was all in but I think he should've gone over the top of danneman preflop
absolutely not
Way too much money on the line. You would force Danamann to call. The only reason to come over the top is to get heads up with the all in. Two players hands to beat the all in is smart.
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HEADS UP IS 6 HANDS LONG 2005-07-16 06:31:00 Title: Steve Dannenmann v. Joseph Hachem; Shuffle Up & Deal! Log: It's come down to this: Steve Dannenmann against Joseph Hachem. The blinds are still at $150,000-$300,000, with a $50,000 ante. Hachem starts out with the button, and in heads-up play, the button has the small blind, and acts first before the flop. Everything is ready to go, so it's time to shuffle up and deal!Bruce Buffer makes the final introductions, ending with "Let's get ready to gamble!"Here are the official chip counts: Joseph Hachem - $39,995,000 Steve Dannenmann - $16,350,000

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HELLMUTH SAYS THIS COULD BE THE WORST CALL OF OF YOUR CHIPOS OF ALL TIME<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<Hand 232 - Steve Dannenmann has the button, he raises to $700,000, and Hachem calls. The flop comes 6h-5d-4d, Hachem checks, Dannenmann bets $700,000, Hachem raises to $1,700,000, and Dannenmann calls. The turn card is the As, Hachem bets $2,000,000, and Dannenmann slowly raises to $5,000,000, Hachem reraises all in, and Dannenmann immediately calls. Hachem shows 7c-3s (seven-high straight), while Dannenman has Ad-3c (top pair). Dannenmann needs to catch a seven on the river to chop the pot with equal straights. The entire crowd is on their feet as the river card comes. There are only three cards that can keep Hachem from becoming champion. The river card is the 4c! Joseph Hachem has just become the 2005 World Series of Poker champion!

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HELLMUTH SAYS THIS COULD BE THE WORST CALL OF OF YOUR CHIPOS OF ALL TIME<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<Hand 232 - Steve Dannenmann has the button, he raises to $700,000, and Hachem calls. The flop comes 6h-5d-4d, Hachem checks, Dannenmann bets $700,000, Hachem raises to $1,700,000, and Dannenmann calls. The turn card is the As, Hachem bets $2,000,000, and Dannenmann slowly raises to $5,000,000, Hachem reraises all in, and Dannenmann immediately calls. Hachem shows 7c-3s (seven-high straight), while Dannenman has Ad-3c (top pair). Dannenmann needs to catch a seven on the river to chop the pot with equal straights. The entire crowd is on their feet as the river card comes. There are only three cards that can keep Hachem from becoming champion. The river card is the 4c! Joseph Hachem has just become the 2005 World Series of Poker champion!
WORST CALL OF ALL TIME YES IT ISDANNENDONK AUSSIE OY OY OY
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HELLMUTH SAYS THIS COULD BE THE WORST CALL OF OF YOUR CHIPOS OF ALL TIME<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<Hand 232 - Steve Dannenmann has the button, he raises to $700,000, and Hachem calls. The flop comes 6h-5d-4d, Hachem checks, Dannenmann bets $700,000, Hachem raises to $1,700,000, and Dannenmann calls. The turn card is the As, Hachem bets $2,000,000, and Dannenmann slowly raises to $5,000,000, Hachem reraises all in, and Dannenmann immediately calls. Hachem shows 7c-3s (seven-high straight), while Dannenman has Ad-3c (top pair). Dannenmann needs to catch a seven on the river to chop the pot with equal straights. The entire crowd is on their feet as the river card comes. There are only three cards that can keep Hachem from becoming champion. The river card is the 4c! Joseph Hachem has just become the 2005 World Series of Poker champion!
WORST CALL OF ALL TIME YES IT ISDANNENDONK AUSSIE OY OY OY
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