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Monthly Archives: May 2010
Lizzy Harrison will be conducting interviews of the Full Tilt Pros at the 2010 WSOP.
Daily Tilt #2 – May 31, 2010
Event #1 – $500 NLHE (Casino Employees)
Prize Pool: $324,450
Congratulations to winner Hoai Pham!
EVENTS IN PROGRESS
Event #2 – $50,000 Players Championship
Prize Pool: $5,568,000
End of Day 3
Players Remaining: 21
Full Tilt pros with chips:
3 David [...]
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Andy Bloch is hanging on going into Day 4 of the Players Championship, 18th of 21 in chips. He is a member of Team Full Tilt and a friend, so of course I’m rooting for him. In addition, Tuesday – Final Table Day – is his birthday, and he has twice had one hand on [...]
Braxton Dunaway may be on a path toward increasing his live tournament career earnings by 73,632 percent. Braxton’s career live tournament earnings come to a total of $850. That was won with a 17th-place finish in the 2008 Spring Break Poker Classic’s $500 buy-in Event 8. Now, he’s the chip leader at the end of Day 1 in Event 3, $1,000 no-limit hold ‘em at the World Series of Poker.
Dunaway ended Day 1B atop of the overall standings with a total of $139,000, or just over 46 starting stacks. He… Continue reading
The Sunny Isles, Florida pair showed some strong poker genes taking on all-comers in the incredibly strong field to finish first and fifth respectively in the overnight chip counts.
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TOBIAS VON SIEBENTHAL WINS 3LT BADEN!
Tobias von Siebenthal raises to 87K, Massimiliano reraises to 300K, Tobias goes all-in, so das Massimiliano with A2, Tobias has pocket 77. No help from the board for Massimo and Tobias wins the tournament.
1. von Siebenthal Tobias CHF 160.600
2. Nestola Massimiliano CHF 113.900
3. Kürschner Matthias CHF 80.000
4. De Vivo Francesco CHF 58.200
5. Pouchain Julien CHF 43.000
6. Heinsdorf Tobias CHF 31.200
7. Ljubomir Josipovic CHF 21.200
8. Boschetti Yves CHF 15.100
9. Nesci Giuseppe CHF 11.800
10. Patrick Heinsen CHF 9.100
11. Brunner Reinhard CHF 7.300
12. Truche Leonard CHF 7.300
13. DiGiampietro Fabio CHF 7.300
14. Nguyen Duong “Jung” CHF 6.000
15. Caflisch Reto CHF 6.000
16. Maal Sybrand CHF 6.000
17. Rast Josef CHF 5.500
18. de Bakker Koen CHF 5.500
19. Penta Marco CHF 5.500
20. Lehmann Markus CHF 5.500
Matthias Kuerschner is out: 3. place and CHF 80,000
Matthias goes all-in at the flop 3d6d7h after a bet of Tobias von Siebenthal (81K). Tobias calls with 4d7c, Matthias has 9hTs. Matthias hits the T on the turn but Tobias completes the 7set on the river.
Update after the last break 23:00
Blinds: 20K – 40K / Ante: 4K
Current chip counts:
Kürschner, Matthias: 919,000
von Siebenthal, Tobias: 2.176.000
Nestola, Massimiliano: 995.000
Blinds: 15K – 30K / Ante: 3K
Francesco finishes 4th taking home CHF 58,200
Francesco pushes all-in with K5 suited, Tobias von Siebenthal calls from the BB with A2 unsuited. With a 2 on the turn and an A on the river our Italian Live the Dream player got busted. Bravo Francesco!
Update 21:30 – Split Pot
Tobias von Siebenthal raises to 57K, Francesco pushes all-in and Tobias calls with A2, Francesco shows also A2. On the board appears nothing to change the situation and both get the
Update 21:20ir share of the pot.
5. French online qualifier Julien Pouchain: CHF 43.000
Julien raises all-in at the button for 346K, Tobias von Siebenthal takes a long time until he decides to call from BB position with 44, Julien shows A6 unsuited. On the board 537 Q 3.
Great game Julien who was the best online qualifier in the tournament.
Chip counts after Dinner break
Pouchain Julien: 586.000
Kürschner Matthias: 876.000
von Siebenthal Tobias: 1.164.000
De Vivo Francesco: 307.000
Nestola Massimiliano: 1.157.000
Blinds: 12,000 – 24,000 / Ante 2,000
Another one bites the dust in level 22 again.
6. Tobias Heinsdorf: 31,200 CHF
Tobias Heinsdorf pushes all-in on the small blind with A7, Tobias von Siebenthal calls with QQ. No help from the board and Tobias Heinsdorf has to go.
still in Level 22
7. Ljubomir Josipovic: 21,200 CHF
On the flop Js3cTd and Ljubomir goes all-im, Massimiliano Nestola calls with AhJh, Ljubo shows QcJc. On the Turn 4d, River Ks, this is it for Ljubo.
Blinds: 10K – 20K / Ante: 2,000
Two players busted within 20 min.
8. Yves Boschetti: 15,100 CHF
Yves Boschetti pushes all-in with KJ unsuited, Julien also goes all-in with 66, all others fold. On the board 88T 4 4 – Yves is out.
9. Guiseppe Nesci: 11,800 CHF
Giuseppe was short, so he took his chance on the button and went all-in pre-flop with pocket 2s. He got called by big stacked Matthias Kuerschner with A8 suited. Two Aces on the board, so no chance for Giuseppe to make his way out of this one.
Update 18:45, immer noch in Level 21
Chip counts after Level 20:
1) Julien Pouchain (FR): 311K
2) Matthias Kuerschner (DE): 374K
3) Tobias Heinsdorf (DE): 322K
4) Ljubomir Josipovic (AT): 609K
5) Tobias von Siebenthal (CH): 785K
6) Francesco de Vivo (IT): 528K
7) Yves Manuel Boschetti (CH): 508K
8) Massimilliano Nestola (IT): 492K
9) Giuseppe Nesci (CH): 161K
Average still ca. 450K
Blinds after the break: 8K – 16K / Ante 2K
Update 17:00 Finale Table
Level: 20 – 9 Players
Blinds: 6,000 – 12,000 / Ante: 1,000
Tobias v. S.
16:00 Walk-in of the players to the Final Table
Seat 1: Julien Pouchain, our online qualifier from France. Go Julien!
Seat 2: Matthias Kuerschner from Germany
Seat 3: Tobias Heinsdorf from Germany
Seat 4: Ljubomir Josipovic from Austria
Seat 5: Tobias von Siebenthal from Switzerland
Seat 6: Italian Francesco de Vivo from the Live the Dream Team
Seat 7: Yves Boschetti from Switzerland
Seat 8: Massimiliano Nestola from Austria
Seat 9: Giuseppe Nesci from Switzerland
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