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61  Poker Forums / Live Tournament Updates / Re: Event #36 $3000 Limit Hold'em on: July 04, 2005, 11:29:08 PM
13 people left now.
62  Poker Forums / Live Tournament Updates / Re: Event #36 $3000 Limit Hold'em on: July 04, 2005, 11:14:21 PM
17 players left:

Here are the chip counts of the remaining players:

 Kieu Duong - $200,000
 Rafael Perry - $200,000
 Mark Matros - $140,000
 Daryl Mixan - $171,00
 Todd Witteles - $100,000
 Benjamin Lin - $85,000
 Cyndy Violette - $65,000
 Mike Nargi - $53,000
 Eddy Sharf - $50,000
 Holger Lindemann - $50,000
 Anders Berg - $47,000
 Craig Orivello - $45,000
 Luis Santoni - $40,000
 Matt Hawrilenko - $40,000
 Martin Cedercrantz - $35,000
 Arthur Loring - $30,000
 Roy Thung - $25,000

Our Norwegian friend is getting a bit short, but still it's anyone's game.
63  Poker Forums / Live Tournament Updates / Re: WSOP $10000 PL Omaha on: July 04, 2005, 11:06:10 PM
17 players left, Paul Maxfield got to be Bubble Boy, Derek Baxter 18th place for $15,510. Aces Trumper down to around 80k.
64  Poker Forums / Live Tournament Updates / Event #36 $3000 Limit Hold'em on: July 04, 2005, 11:03:20 PM
The following 25 players survived day one of Event #36 ($3,000 Limit Hold'em), finishing in the money and returning at 3:00 pm to play for the bracelet.


1. Ralph "Rafael" Perry - $114,000
2. Matt Matros - $104,000
3. Kieu Duong - $103,000
4. Mike Nargi - $74,000
5. Daryl Mixan - $73,000
6. Matt Hawrilenko - $57,000
T-7. Todd Witteles - $56,000
T-7. Carlo Citrone - $56,000
9. Anders Berg - $51,000
T-10. Benjamin Lin - $50,000
T-10. Craig Orivello - $50,000
12. Peter Hedlund - $48,000
13. Robert Perry - $46,000
T-14. Cyndy Violette - $42,000
T-14. Eddy Scharf - $42,000
T-14. Chris Gildone - $42,000
17. Holger Lindemann - $36,000
18. Glenn Latona - $35,000
19. Martin Cedercrantz - $33,000
20. Mark Gregorich - $27,000
21. Luis H. Santoni - $22,000
22. Arthur Loring - $18,000
23. Roy Thung - $17,000
24. Peter Chi - $15,000
25. Daniel Negreanu - $8,000


The best limit player in Norway, Anders Berg, is still in - 9th in chips. Some of you highrollers may know him from Pokerstars, where he plays under the nick "Donald".

He has three finishes in the money already this WSOP, certainly a man to avoid if you see him in a cashgame... Let's cheer him on to a bracelet! Who-hooooo!
65  Poker Forums / The Rail / Re: Defending your Blinds. on: July 04, 2005, 05:26:33 PM
I forgot a few things;

Do this re-raise move with ANY two cards. Actually, a hand like 85o is better to do this with then A9/KJ etc, since you then will probably be dominated IF he/she calls. With two small cards against AK/AQ you will have more or less 40% chance of winning, but with AK against A9 you are in trouble... (75-80% underdog...) I promise you - they will fold 9 of 10 times.
66  Poker Forums / The Rail / Re: Defending your Blinds. on: July 04, 2005, 05:20:07 PM
A strategy I have found to be proftiable, is to reraise the raiser heavyily (often All-in), if these conditions apply:

- He/she 3-bets from the button or cut-off (Can be any 2 cards)
- He/she has no particularly tight image. (Means; Don't do this against Tikay)
- He/she has more than 15 BB (Big Blind) stack after the raise.
- You cover his/hers stack so you are left with at least a 10 BB stack if you lose.

By using this strategy, you will earn 4,5 times the big blind every time you do this from SB or BB. This is therefore more profitable than stealing the blinds once per round, which only gives you 1,5 BB.

Feel free to try this "Sig-Strategy" (c) and give me a word if you find it successful!
67  Poker Forums / The Rail / Re: Paradise Poker Million Dollar Freeroll on: July 04, 2005, 05:11:53 PM
PokerRoom and BetonBet hosted a $1000 freezeout in April over 2 days as well.
68  Poker Forums / Live Tournament Updates / Re: WSOP $10000 PL Omaha on: July 03, 2005, 11:42:54 PM
Have spoken to Mr. Skjervold, he has 20% in Simon, go "Aces", go go GOOOO!!!
69  Poker Forums / Live Tournament Updates / Re: WSOP $10000 PL Omaha on: July 03, 2005, 02:45:56 PM
Skjervold is OUT, but he told me he had bought 20% in "some English guy" who was close to chiplead, so I wonder if he has actually bought himself a share of Mr. Trumper..? Anyone know?
70  Poker Forums / The Rail / Re: home game poker is brutal. BEWARE BAD BEAT on: July 03, 2005, 04:33:45 AM
Reminds me of when I came home after 6 months away, carrying a Backgammon board under my arm as I had spent a lot of my time playing high stakes Backgammon. Well, not a single soul in my house knew how to play Backgammon, so i had to teach it to my mother in order to play.

Guess what - she wiped me clean with 7 wins in a row.
71  Poker Forums / Live Tournament Updates / WSOP $10000 PL Omaha on: July 03, 2005, 04:26:25 AM
Any news and updates from this one reached you yet?

Skjervold from Norway has 22k in the second break, putting him well above average. Chippy is Barry Greenstein with 36k.

165 entrants with $ to the final two tables and a massive $511,835 to the winner!
72  Poker Forums / The Rail / Re: Possible shares for sale in $10,000 Omaha on: July 02, 2005, 09:44:31 PM
I will buy 3% if he is still selling. PM me here or at svagene@hotmail.com
73  Poker Forums / Live Tournament Updates / Re: WSOP $2,000 NLH - The FINAL on: July 01, 2005, 11:24:49 AM
WD!! Congrats
74  Poker Forums / Live Tournament Updates / Re: WSOP PLO $5000 with rebuys on: June 28, 2005, 06:11:53 AM
With 19 left, Ram Waswani is chipleader with 190k, and our Norwegian friend Skjervold has around 84k. Let's cheer for the first Norwegian in the final in this WSOP!
75  Poker Forums / Live Tournament Updates / Re: WSOP PLO $5000 with rebuys on: June 28, 2005, 02:00:02 AM
On the flop of -8h-4c Edgar Skjervold bet out $6,600 and Tony G called. The turn came out a , Skjervold checks, Tony G bets $24,600(pot) and Skjervold reraises all in. Tony calls and shows a pair of hole 10's and a straight draw. Skjervold shows 4-4 in the hole for a set of 4's and when the river put another 5 out, he got his full house. Tony G said "That's gonna keep me quiet for a while huh?".

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