Archive for March, 2012
If Day 1 introduces the players, Day 2 introduces the likely winners. As the dust settled on another six levels (there really was dust, stoked up by the television people rigging up the set for later this week), a handful of players had separated from the pack to look independently for spoils. They will be the markers for the 99 players returning tomorrow, brightest of the lot being chip leader Balazs Botond, with 646,000.
The Hungarian was giving players at his table the jitters tonight as play reached a conclusion, and Ronny Kaiser was doing the same a table away.
Chip leader: Balazs Botund
While his table grew more and more frustrated Kaiser’s table was under the same pressure, albeit with less antagonism. Ronny ruled though, their table Kaiser, bagging up 505,900 tonight, good for second place.
And that was that.
Others returning include David Vamplew (solid), Liv Boeree (swingy), Andre Benelli (Italian), Dag Palovic (hooded) and Nick Yunis (hatted), as well as other former champions Bertrand “ElkY” Grospellier, Nicolas Chouity, Martin Finger, Roberto Romanello and Rupert Elder. Day 2 will puncture the money bubble and create more drama from somewhere, it can only be a good thing that this list of players are still in the mix.
Liv Boeree and David Vamplew in action
Bertrand “ElkY” Grospellier
Things hotting up and other Day 2 cliches
Day 2 seat draw, now it’s getting Italian
Hard working, tee-totalling, PoY chasing Romanello
Chip leader Chouity chasing recognition
Swingy Boeree chipping up in shadow of Vamplew
What’s that got to do with the price of tea?
Fighting the postprandial dip
What’s not to like as Antonius returns to the tour
Day 3 continues tomorrow with the traditional celebrations associated with the money bubble which will burst, we expect, within a level of the 2pm start.
For now, full steam ahead and goodnight from Campione.
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After its huge success in November and December, iPOPs (iPoker Online Poker Series) returns with five online tournaments awarding $ 1,000,000 in guaranteed prizes and a live event to be staged at the Gran Casino de Barcelona in June.
Satellites are running now at Titan Poker to the five online iPOPS tournaments, which run from April 29th to May 6th, and in parallel to the iPOPS Live Main Event in Barcelona.
The online tournaments kick off with a $ 100+$ 9 No Limit Hold’em Freezeout on April 29th guaranteeing a prize pool of $ 200,000. Other events in the series include a $ 40+$ 4 Pot Limit Omaha 6-max re-buy tournament with a $ 50,000 guaranteed prize pool, and a $ 500+$ 30 No Limit Hold’em 6-max freezeout tournament with a $ 100,000 guaranteed prize pool.
Action at the $ 125+$ 10 iPOPS #5 $ 500,000 GP freezeout on May 6th will pause when only 27 players remain. Similar to the paused tournament last year, action will resume at the Gran Casino de Barcelona on June 1st. The iPoker Network provided live coverage of the continuation of this tournament in Prague in December.
In parallel to the online tournaments, players can already secure their seats to the iPOPS Live Barcelona Main Event, a €770 buy-in event offering participants a starting stack of 30,000 chips. The iPOPS Live Main is a two-day freezeout event that will play June 2nd – June 3rd, 2012.
Titan Poker is staging three weekly iPOPS Live Barcelona Super Satellites awarding winning players with €2,200 prize packages to the event in Barcelona. The prize packages include the €770 buy-in to the iPOPS Live Main Event; €1,000 for 3 nights’ accommodation at the Arts Hotel, June 1st -4th 2012; €30 for handling fees; and €400 for flights and spending. Participating players will be invited to an exclusive players’ party.
Campione is a quiet town and today was a quiet day. The European Poker Tour didn’t exactly shout its arrival in this tiny Italian enclave, it simply invited itself in, promising to be good and not cause any trouble. There was no drama, no yelling, no histrionics, just eight levels and a pleasant buffet to see in this new event on the EPT calendar.
All that will likely change in the coming days but for now, as players file out into the deserted streets, the initial benchmarks have been set for those to follow tomorrow, pegged mainly by tonight’s chip leader Davide Andreoni, who bags up 175,100.
Andreoni is the leader, but chief of the notables tonight is Nick Yunis, from Chile, who put in the performance of the day, finishing with 169,200.
Yunis in action
From today Alex Kravchenko, Per Linde and Heath Herring survived, while there will be no second day seat for the likes of Team PokerStars Pros Theo Jorgensen and Pierre Neuville, or James Dempsey and McLean Karr. For those eyeing the Player of the Year standings (in which Yunis is in third place), Roberto Romanello (second on the TLB) also returns on Wednesday.
A big lake, a big casino and a big field
Could you direct me to the casino please?
Italian enthusiasm for side events and parties
“Dude where’s my horse?” aka pros on route to Campione
Three to follow
Looking back on the first Italian EPT
No smooth running for variance embracing Karr
Yunis eyeing another big finish
The action continues tomorrow when play resumes at 2pm at the Casino di Campione. As expected, the field will be weightier, larger and just as useful when it comes to putting on a show. You’ll be able to find all the action on the PokerStars Blog form 2pm.
Campione by night
As we enter the final day of the 2012 ANZPT Sydney Main Event, it seems appropriate to look back almost twelve months to this final table last year. It was one of our favourite final tables of all time. Not so much because of Michael Kanaan’s dominant victory (although that was good too!) but moreso because we were wrapped up by a tick over 5pm. A final table that took a little over four hours. Unheard of for a major poker tournament, and as I wrote last year, it was the ultimate in “run good”.
“The term “run good” in poker can mean a few different things. For the poker player, it means having some luck, catching the right cards at the right times, and enjoying some win. However for the humble tournament reporter, when we talk about run good, we’re talking about a final table that wraps up at 5:02pm.”
Perhaps it’s karma biting us in the rear end, but we’re in for a long day today. We’re starting today with a full three tables, or 27 players, and still a very long way from crowning a champion. Unlike last year, our only chance of seeing sunlight today might be when the sun rises tomorrow morning. Eeek!
The other interesting thing about reflecting back on last year’s final table was the date. It was April 17th here in Australia and just a day after news broke about “Black Friday”. It was a surreal time to be involved in the industry as no one was really sure of what was happening or what might happen in future. Well, almost a year on and we’re still here. We can still play on PokerStars and the ANZPT is still going strong.
So we turn our attention to today and you get the feeling we’re set for a very solid final table later this afternoon. There are several well-credentialed players lurking in the wings, with a multitude of ANZPT, APPT, WSOP, EPT and Aussie Millions cashes among our final 27. 2012 Aussie Millions champ Oliver Speidel is looming large while American online sensation Jim “MrBigQueso” Collopy will also be a dangerous foe.
They’ll all be chasing Nick Heather who bagged up the chip lead last night. He also has an impressive record with multiple WSOP cashes and plenty of experience to boot. Let’s hope a few of them reach the final table to provide an entertaining finale to this event.
The players have unbagged their chips and exchanged pleasantries with the cards are now in the air!
Things just got official.
Players. Prize pool. Parties. Porsches.
We’ve had developments on all these things since our last update. The Porsches part might baffle you, but that’s because it’s supposed to be singular, Porsche.
Did that help? Didn’t think so.
The Enjoy Hotel & Casino is hosting a contest called, “Hit the Jackpot.” Frequent customers can enter their name in a raffle and every Thursday and Saturday, a few names are picked out to win 1,000,000 pesos.
But those who don’t win their million pesos still have a shot at a better prize, a Porsche Boxster. The casino will be raffling one off March 31st.
The reason we noticed this was due to the massive gathering of people right outside the usually uncrowded tournament area.
Hundreds of people gathered around the raffle area on the first floor with dozens more lining the balconies on the second and third floor.
Every newly made Chilean millionaire sparked a giant roar of cheers and applause from the crowd.
Parties should also be in its singular form.
The casino is currently preparing their nightclub, OVO, for a party just for those playing in the LAPT. Doors are opening soon and a lovely lady is walking around giving tickets for free drinks.
If you’re extra nice, she might give you two.
Now for the prize pool.
It’s the reason we play the game, the hopes of that life changing first-place prize keeps us going back to the table no matter how bad we get beat.
The player who wins LAPT: Viña del Mar will be taking $ 129,470.
A total of 104 players will make it to the money, earning a minimum of $ 1,550.
But most players aren’t hoping for a min-cash, at the very least, they’ll be shooting for the final table. The eight who do will be making a minimum of $ 13,040.
Here’s the full pay out structure:
1st- $ 129,470
2nd- $ 84,090
3rd- $ 58,010
4th- $ 43,540
5th- $ 32,460
6th- $ 23,990
7th- $ 17,470
8th- $ 13,040
9th- $ 10,690
10th- $ 9,130
11th- $ 7,760
12th- $ 6,780
13th- $ 5,900
14th- $ 5,360
15th- $ 4,900
16th- $ 4,510
17th & 18th- $ 4,180
19th & 20th- $ 3,860
21st & 22nd- $ 3,590
23rd & 24th- $ 3,320
25th thru 28th- $ 3,070
29th thru 32nd- $ 2,840
33rd thru 40th- $ 2,610
41st thru 48th- $ 2,390
49th thru 56th- $ 2,180
57th thru 64th- $ 2,030
65th thru 72nd- $ 1,900
73rd thru 80th- $ 1,780
81st thru 88th- $ 1,660
89th thru 104th- $ 1,550
We’re already down to 120 players in Day 1B and we’re expecting to start Day 2 just shy of 200 players.
According to floor staff predictions, those in Day 2 won’t have to wait too long to make the money. The bubble is expected to burst at around level 5 tomorrow.
As for players, we’re already starting to see some leaders in Day 1B, a few have already passed Waldemar Barrientos’ Day 1A lead.
Brazil’s Odilon Machuca is currently sitting with 143,000. Julio Kim has a comfortable 150,000 and Fabian de la Fuente currently leads all Day 1s with 160,000.
Play will continue for another level and then it’s time to bag and tag.
“All In: The Poker Movie” arrives on theater screens this week, guaranteed to renew interest in the game of poker and efforts to legalize its online version.
Self-described as the “definite story of poker,” this award-winning documentary “tells the story of how poker has come to be a part of mainstream culture while also exploring how poker satisfies our desire to play, win, and shape our identities as individuals.”
Telling poker’s story are actor Matt Damon, star of the cult poker movie “Rounders”; poker players Phil Hellmuth, Daniel Negreanu, Barry Greenstein, Howard Lederer, Chris Ferguson and Annie Duke; entertainer Kenny Rogers; and poker industry figures Mike Sexton and Nolan Dalla; among others.
One of the stars of the documentary is Chris Moneymaker, whose achievement of making his way from an online poker satellite to winning the World Series of Poker Main Event bracelet in 2003 is credited with bringing wider awareness to the game of poker.
Reviewers have said that “All In: The Poker Movie” is a “state-of-the-art overview of poker’s place in society today.” The documentary continues the story past Black Friday, the day the United States government ended the Poker Boom. Has the poker boom really ended? Watching this film will provide you with the confidence that the game of poker still has a great future ahead.
“All In: The Poker Movie” will be shown in select theaters in the United States during March and April and will be available for download as well.
Bad Beat stories I mean come on…seriously on some level who doesn’t just love hearing all about them huh? There’s just something about them, the very agony of the whole scenario, in it there’s something that makes enjoying them oh so so deliciously wrong, like that car crash on the highway you saw in disbelief, the first corner in every F1 race or just watching the ice skating finals with your other half when inside all you’re really thinking is “come on…crash and burn baby, crash and burn”
Ohh now before the phone and emails start please don’t misunderstand me it’s wrong wrong wrong and I know it, but then again we’ve all done it right? I just wonder why? Is it purely sociological or psychological? or deep down is there some kind of evolutionary adaptive function at work. Pure survival as such. I don’t know, I just always feel there should be some kind of prize awarded to the worst bad beat story at live events, I mean Andrew Robl sure should have got something for that sick Quads over Quads story, and I know at least Jesse May feels the same as I do on this one.
Meanwhile clouds, some silver linings later and luckily for one PartyPoker player aka grujo_grujo some bad beats sure turn out to pay huge divides $ 90k of them in fact. And so I managed to catch up with this “lucky loser”?, who walked away with a very nice payday.
What did I get back, well actually silence, white noise, nothingness is what I really got first of all, about 2 and a half weeks of the stuff and as grujo said “Dany, First of all I must apologize because I didn’t reply till now. I was and I’m still in shock. As you know I won large amount on Party Poker and I can’t describe how I feel!”
DW: No worries, I figured you’d gone off the radar to count your winnings, huge congratulations of course, so this game o poker, tell us how you get started with it?
GG: My best friend told me about holdem a few years ago. He taught me how to play. After that the rest is history
DW: Well history has a funny habit of repeating, think you could pull this one off again? What’s your normal poker day look like?
GG: Usually I play online poker with 1/2, 2/4 and 3/6 stakes on cash and MTT.
DW: That kind of cash can seriously help your bankroll, any live events planned, ever been on one?
GG: No live events yet, but I did okay in the Spring Million!
Not just lucky in Poker
DW: Cool, so outside of poker tell us what you do, any interesting facts you need to share?
GG: I like football. I m soccer fan. I watch my favorite club, Zeljeznicar. Also I like movies, music and mountain climbing. Interesting fact about me is that I survived two car accidents without any injuries.
DW: Wow, you really are a lucky son of a….So poker full time gig or passionate hobby for you?
GG: Well I’m medical technician. And Holdem is my hobby. It is hard to be professional, there’s a lot of good players all around.
DW: Well I’d for one put you up there with good players you sure have luck on your side, who’d you most like to test that luck out to the limit with on the felt?
GG: Well my favorite players are Daniel Negreanu and Tony G; Except for Tony and Daniel I’d be scared to play against Durr, Ivey, Hellmuth and Antonius that’s a one way ticket to lose your house.
The Hand That Changed Everything
DW: Let’s talk a little about that hand, what happened?
GG: Well I played cash games, I got four of kind Js and I was beaten by four of kind Ks. I had a strange feeling that my opponent was stronger than me but I called it at the end. I lost 100 USD and I felt sick (not because I lost money. I lost with four of kind-bad luck). But when I checked my account I saw huge amount on it. And in short time I realized that I had won the Bad Beat Jackpot. I still can’t believe it. After all it was good call and even better to lose.
I’m going to pay off my mortgage, renovate my house, give some to the charity, and live my life like I lived before only knowing that money is not a huge issue. I want to thank God and Party Poker. You changed my life in mysterious ways.
DW: Thanks, we wish you the best of luck in your future endeavors. And for our readers if you feel like trying your luck check out the Bad Beat Jackpot promotion page for more, good luck?
“The grass is always greener on the other side of the fence.”
The origins of that ubiquitous saying are unknown, but when in doubt, just give Shakespeare credit. Besides, the “grass is always greener” metaphor sounds like something from one of Richard III’s rambling soliloquies.
In a dual mixed-game format, there’s no guessing which side is greener because you’re forced to play both. You can’t run. You can’t hide. MicroMillions Event #49 featured a popular mix of no-limit hold’em and pot-limit Omaha. This particular tournament awarded skilled players with prowess on both sides of the fence. The game format switched every ten minutes, so no one had too much time to grow envious of his neighbor’s lawn.
Event #49 $ 4.40 Mixed NL/PLO attracted 5,647 runners. Any time you host any sort of PLO tournament, players swarm to the events like degenerate moths frothing at the mouth at the first glimpse of illumination in the bleak darkness of night. The top 720 places got a cut of the $ 22,588 prize pool.
Beckersen81 from Germany bubbled off the final table in 10th place. During a round of PLO, Beckersen81′s [Qd][Td][Ts][2d] lost to aDutSa’s [As][Ad][Jc][5d] after aDutSa flopped a set of Aces and a faded a gutshot draw to win the pot.
EVENT #49 – FINAL TABLE CHIP COUNTS:
Seat 1: ryevad (1,267,272)
Seat 2: BADBEATS213 (1,033,914)
Seat 3: KingKris91 (2,403,450)
Seat 4: IVORY.KID (3,434,558)
Seat 5: aDutSa (4,877,282)
Seat 6: waWe (1,938,636)
Seat 7: Petakya (6,588,043)
Seat 8: kromestar (2,527,800)
Seat 9: El. Juninho (4,164,045)
Spain’s Petakya began the final table as the overall leader with a 6.5 million stack.
BREATHE: BADBEATS213 eliminated in 9th place
On the 13th hand of the final table, we had our first unfortunate incident. During a round of hold’em, aDutSa opened to 340,000, short-stacked BADBEATS213 shoved all-in for 473,914 and aDutSa called. BADBEATS213 flipped over [8s][8c], but was in trouble because aDutSa held [Kh][Kc]. The Ochos could not come from behind to beat the Cowboys. The board ran out [Ad][Ac][5s][7c][Js] and aDutSa dragged the pot. BADBEATS213 became the first player to bust out from the from the final table. He collected $ 180.70 for ninth place.
ON THE RUN: KingKris91 eliminated in 8th place
Short-stacked KingKris91 made a stand by moving all-in for 1,443,450, but kromestar woke up with [Ks][Kd] in the big blind and insta-called. KingKris91 trailed with [Ad][8s] but flopped a gutshot draw on a board of [7c]5s][4s]. The turn was the [Th], and the river was the [Js]. Neither card helped KingKris91 and he whiffed on his straight draw. He hit the road in eighth place, collecting $ 282.35.
TIME: waWe eliminated in 7th place
During a round of PLO, chip leader Petakya opened to 700,000, El. Juninho smooth called, and short-stacked waWe called all-in for 378,636. The flop was [Ad][4c][2s]. Petakya fired out 2,078,636 and El. Juninho folded. It was heads-up and the players tabled their hands…
Although waWe flopped two pair, Petakya had flopped top set. Ouch. The river was the [5h] and Petakya won the pot. Germany’s waWe was knocked out in seventh place, earning $ 508.23.
MONEY, IT’S A GAS
With six to go, Petakya maintained the lead with 8.7 million and El. Juninho was bringing up the rear with 1.5 million. Action was paused while players eagerly worked on an ICM deal. They all agreed on the numbers with an extra $ 300 awarded to first place and play resumed.
THE GREAT GIG IN THE SKY: ryevad eliminated in 6th place
On the first hand back after the break, fireworks ensued. During a round of PLO, ryevad opened to 400,000, IVORY.KID called, and Petakya also called from the small blind. The flop was an action-induced [As][Kc][Jh]. Petakya checked, ryevad fired out 600,000, the IVORY.KID folded, Petakya check-raised to 3.2 million, and ryevad called all-in for his last 1,114,544. Both players flopped two pair…
Alas, Petakya flopped a bigger two pair. The turn was the [7d] and the river was the [5h]. Neither helped ryevad and he bailed out in sixth place, winning $ 1,365.88.
US AND THEM: El. Juninho eliminated in 5th place
During hold’em… shorty El. Juninho opened to 750,000, Petakya re-raised to 3.5 million and El. Juninho called all-in. El. Juninho was ahead with [Ac][Tc] against [Ks][Jh], but it wasn’t his day because the board ran out [Kh][Ts][9h][4s][Kc]. Petakya won the hand with trip Kings. Brazil’s El. Juninho was knocked out in fifth place for a $ 1,205.79 payday.
ANY COLOUR YOU LIKE: IVORY.KID eliminated in 4th place
During a round of hold’em, the IVORY.KID got clipped in a fatal shootout. Here’s how his demise went down… kromestar opened to 750,00, IVORY.KID called, and aDutSa re-raised all-in for 6,163,174. kromestar was covered but called all-in for his last 3,175,205. IVORY.KID also called all-in for 2,559,558. The trio of players tabled their hands…
The IVORY.KID appeared in good shape until the dreaded flop of [Qc][9d][8d] because kromestar flopped top pair and a flush draw. The turn was the [3h], but the [7d] spiked on the river, filling in kromestar’s flush. IVORY.KID’s pocket Aces were snapped off and he was eliminated in fourth place. Tough way to go, but at least he won $ 1,811.79 for his efforts.
With three to go, Petakya lead everyone with a big stack worth 14.7 million compared to kromestar’s 11.2 million and aDutSa’s 2.2 million.
BRAIN DAMAGE: aDutSa eliminated in 3rd place
During a round of holdem, kromestar shoved all-in for11,546,999 and aDutSa called all-in for his last 3,413,438. kromestar was trailing with [Ad][5d] against aDutSa’s [3d][3s]. The race was on and the board ran out… [Ks][Jd][Tc][Ah] [Ts]. When the dust settled, kromestar won the pot with a better two pair. Romania’s aDutSa collected $ 1,907.28 for a third-place performance.
HEADS- UP BATTLE: Petakya (Spain) vs. kromestar (Switzerland)
Heads-Up Chip Counts:
Seat 7: Petakya (12,930,813)
Seat 8: kromestar (15,304,187)
ECLIPSE: Petakya eliminated in 2nd place
On the 7th hand of heads-up action, both players got down and dirty. kromestar started the aggression with a 750,000 opening wager. Petakya shoved all-in for 16,149,563 and kromestar called all-in for 11,272,937. Petakya was ahead with [Ks][Kd] versus kromestar’s [Ac][8c]. The flop was [Ah][8d][4s] and Petakya’s Kings were crushed. The turn was the [Qc] and the river was the [Jd]. Petakya failed to improve and kromestar avoided elimination to chip up to over 24 million. He had a 6-1 chip advantage at that point.
On the 22nd hand of heads-up play, a winner was finally determined. Petakya shoved all-in for his last 7,782,002 and kromestar called with [4d][4c]. Petakya needed help with his [Ad][6d], but the board ran out [Qd][Qs][5s][3c][Jc]. Kromestar won the pot… and the tournament.
For a runner-up performance, Petakya from Spain earned $ 2,351.85. Meanwhile,
kromestar from Switzerland shipped $ 2,360.07 for winning Event #49.
Check out the final hand using the replayer:
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1st – kromestar (Switzerland) – $ 2,360.07 *
2nd – Petakya (Spain) – $ 2,351.85 *
3rd – aDutSa (Romania) – $ 1,907.28 *
4th – IVORY.KID (U.K.) – $ 1,811.79 *
5th – El. Juninho (Brazil) – $ 1,205.79 *
6th – ryevad (Denmark – $ 1,365.88 *
7th – waWe (Germany) – $ 508.23
8th – KingKris91 (U.K.) – $ 282.35
9th – BADBEATS213 (Canada) – $ 180.70
* denotes a six-way ICM chop with $ 300 set aside to the champion
Visit the MicroMillions main page for the remaining schedule and satellite information. Don’t forget to check out who’s on the Leaderboard and the nifty Statistics page.
The Dominican Republic is quickly becoming one of the top party destinations in the Dominican Republic and now you have the chance to win an all-expenses paid trip worth $ 7,000 courtesy of PartyPoker.
Online qualifying kicked off on March 5 and will run through April 8, with the Sunday $ 375 online finals punching the tickets for players to enjoy an amazing week of poker, fun, and sun at the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Punta Cana.
The all-inclusive resort features more than 15 pools, nine restaurants, and a luxury spa and golf course; the poker action isn’t too shabby either with a $ 3,300 main event and tons of side events and cash games running throughout the week.
Each $ 7,000 GSOP Live Dominican Republic trip package includes the following:
- $ 3,300 GSOP Dominican Republic Main Event buy-in
- $ 2,000 spending money
- Seven nights’ accommodation at the luxurious Hard Rock Hotel and Casino
- VIP welcome party
PartyPoker online qualifiers have had plenty of success at the other GSOP Live stops during its second season, with more deep runs and big paydays likely at GSOP Live Dominican Republic.
As far as playing your way to a trip, you’ll have plenty of different ways to get to the Dominican Republic, ranging from daily freerolls up to buying in directly to the $ 375 finals held each Sunday that guarantee at least one trip package.
You can also double (or even quintuple up) on upcoming Sundays at PartyPoker, with online finals running for four different events: GSOP Live Dominican Republic, WPT National Series Marbella, WPT Vienna, Premier League Poker V, and the 2012 WSOP.