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 31 
 on: June 23, 2018, 07:05:15 PM 
Started by The Camel - Last post by Karabiner
Pretty amazing that apart from the Ryan Moore bet(N1 Chompy) not one horse tip was posted on TfT for the entire five days of Royal Ascot*.

Up until last year we had a RA tipping competition with 20+ entrants and mutiple horses advised for each of the five days.


*IIRC

 32 
 on: June 23, 2018, 07:00:46 PM 
Started by Omm - Last post by Marky147
Sorry about that, mate Cheesy

I didn't finish until about 1am this morning, and going back today for day 2.

Will come find you when I'm done today. You wouldn't have wanted to walk to the Sands from the Venetian, that's for sure.

Good luck today, and hopefully Tikay doesn't bok you!

FFS, I can't make a deep run to save my life & Marky is making a Day Two.

The world's gone bonkers.

Blind squirrels Cheesy

 33 
 on: June 23, 2018, 06:54:14 PM 
Started by Omm - Last post by tikay
Sorry about that, mate Cheesy

I didn't finish until about 1am this morning, and going back today for day 2.

Will come find you when I'm done today. You wouldn't have wanted to walk to the Sands from the Venetian, that's for sure.

Good luck today, and hopefully Tikay doesn't bok you!

FFS, I can't make a deep run to save my life & Marky is making a Day Two.

The world's gone bonkers.

 34 
 on: June 23, 2018, 06:52:52 PM 
Started by tikay - Last post by tikay

In case you missed it, I saw this in FCHD's Vegas Updates this morning;




Event 46 - $2500 Mixed Omaha/7 Card Stud (both Hi-Lo 8 or better), Day 1 of 3, 402 entries
 

Paul Jackson has a decent stack and lies in 32nd, and the only other Brits through are the West Country duo of Ben Dobson and Robert Price


Rob Price, of course, is AnimalPoker.

Go Animal.

 35 
 on: June 23, 2018, 06:51:57 PM 
Started by Omm - Last post by Marky147
Sorry about that, mate Cheesy

I didn't finish until about 1am this morning, and going back today for day 2.

Will come find you when I'm done today. You wouldn't have wanted to walk to the Sands from the Venetian, that's for sure.

Good luck today, and hopefully Tikay doesn't bok you!

 36 
 on: June 23, 2018, 06:50:56 PM 
Started by SuuPRlim - Last post by tikay

Event 41 - $1500 Limit Hold'em, Day 3 of 3, 596 entries


Robert Nehorayan came from second at the end of Day 2 to finish alone on the table at the end of Day 3.

With the $173K first prize, Nehorayan almost tripled his biggest previous biggest cash achieved 11 years ago when he finished 146th in the Main Event.

His final victim, Kevin Song, won his only bracelet 21 years ago (when Tikay was a lad) and David Gee ended third.

The final table were all American except for Oleg Chebotarev, the Russian finishing 7th.


Event 42 - $25K High Roller PLO 8-Max, Day 3 of 4, 230 entries

Event 42 has reached a final table, and another WSOP veteran is well in contention, 1998 ME winner Scotty Nguyen. Scotty baby leads defending event champion James Calderaro and Shaun Deeb.

Last UK representative, Adam Owen, finished 30th for $41K.


Event 43 - $2500 NLH, Day 2 of 3, 1248 entrants

Two days down, one (at least) to go with 34 players coming back to fight for the bracelet.

Seth Davies is the chip leader, closely followed by Jeff Hakim and Javier Fernandez, with a distinct gap to the rest of the field.

James Rann is still running well, just outside the top 10, while there are a number of former bracelet holders still in - last year's Player of the Year Chris Ferguson, David Peters, Ryan Laplante & Andreas Klatt.


Event 44 - $10K 2-7 Triple Draw Lowball (Limit) Championship, 109 entries

Nine Day 2 entries boosted the field to 109, with 13 of them making Day 3.

Michael Noori was at or near the top of the chip standings most of the day, and ended it with a sizeable lead over Christopher Kruk and Randy Ohel.

Farzad Bonyadi is still alive trying to match his mother's bracelet a few days ago, and another former bracelet holder Calvin Anderson (one of the Day 2 entrants) is still there too, albeit with a shortish stack.

No Brits, Luke Schwartz's position two off the money being the best the UK could get.



Event 45 - $1K Big-Blind Ante NLH (30 minute levels), Day 1 of 2, 1712 entrants


Fast and furious action meant just 41 players will come back for the second and final day of Event 45.

Steven Wolansky bagged the biggest stack with 620K chips ahead of Mackinnon's 532K and Michael Wang's 335K.

Elliott Peterman is the highest ranked Brit in 10th, while Matthew Hunt, Conor Beresford and Andrew Tang are clustered around the high 20s.

Others include two men who've had deep runs in the ME - Joseph Cheong (3rd, 2010) and Martin Staszko (3rd 2011) and three well known female players - Kathy Liebert, Kelly Minkin and Esther Taylor.


Event 46 - $2500 Mixed Omaha/7 Card Stud (both Hi-Lo 8 or better), Day 1 of 3, 402 entries


152 of the 402 navigated a day of potenial split pots, aiming for Tikay's favourites, "Scoopio".

Sergio Ramirez collected the largest Day 1 stack, with only Eric Rodawig anywhere near him in terms of chips.

Paul Jackson has a decent stack and lies in 32nd, and the only other Brits through are the West Country duo of Ben Dobson and Robert Price

2005 Main Event winner Joe Hachem has been relatively quiet in recent years, but has made it through Day 1, as has Daniel Negreanu, Kate Hoang, Julien Martini, Robert Mizrachi, Marcel Luske, Perry Friedman, and Barry Greenstein.


Event 47 - $565 WSOP.com Online NLH, Unlimited Re-entry, 1 Day Event

The online PLO event went to Matthew Mendez who collected $135K for over 15 hours work.

The only non-American on the FT, Marton Czuczor was second and Anthony Zinno third.

Scott Clements was multi-tasking this event plus the mixed high/low event above, he busted that short of the money but finished 18th in the online event for $4451 to at least make some profit on the day.


Flight D of Event 6, The Giant, 1167 entrants

The fourth attempt of qualifying for the later stages of the Giant saw 63 players book their ticket.

Duy Ho is a nice short name with a nice big stack, and Ian Pelz isn't that bad either. Alice Sicconi holds third place.

Four British players qualified, Andrew Wilson, Katie Swift, Michael Bucher and the seemingly omnipresent Adam Owen.

One semi-notable player through is the 12th-placed finisher from last year's ME, Richard Dubini from Argentina.

The Day 2 for this event is next Saturday, 30th June.


To Start Today
Event 48 - $1500 Monster Stack NLH, 4 Day Event (including 2 Day 1s)
Event 49 - $10K 8-Max PLO Championship, 3 Day Event

 37 
 on: June 23, 2018, 06:26:24 PM 
Started by Omm - Last post by Omm
Brasilia Bronze 56 2

 38 
 on: June 23, 2018, 06:25:39 PM 
Started by Omm - Last post by Omm
GL today!

Busted the 25/25 btw. Up to 90k in level 7 (which would have been Top 10 end of day) but manage to dust it all off by level 9. Oops.

I wish you more patience...

Unlucky and thanks. Already dodge a bullet by folding a straight with a straight flush draw against a flopped straight flush when guy treble pot the river. Spider senses are on point.

 39 
 on: June 23, 2018, 06:01:43 PM 
Started by tikay - Last post by tikay
Am due to play the $1,100 PLO8 over at the Parking Lot today, 1pm (9pm UK) start.

Gill is most unwell today, came down with my cold yesterday which makes me feel bad, & today she is in a bad way with a stonking cold & a migraine for good measure.

So I'll make a late decision on whether to play or not. She is laid up in bed, mostly sleeping, so nothing I can do by staying with her, but even so, not sure I should be out playing poker whilst she is so unwell.

Will make a decision in a bit, & obviously let you know either way before start time.

 40 
 on: June 23, 2018, 05:43:53 PM 
Started by TightEnd - Last post by HutchGF
Look handy these Mexicans.

Going to have a little bit of the 40/1 with the draw opening up as highlighted earlier.

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