Vanessa Selbst, winner of Event #2: $25,000 Mixed-Max No-Limit Hold'em and her third World Series of Poker gold bracelet, joins the show to talk about her heads-up matches, the Twitter beef with Jason Mo and her two beloved dogs. Rich, Donnie and Jason then take a look at all of the recent bracelet winners and dissect the idea of a $20 million guarantee tournament.
Jonathan Duhamel defended his blind for a min-raise to 600.
Both players checked the flop of . On the turn card , Duhamel put out 600. His opponent picked up the calling chips, clearly not believing Duhamel had it. Then his opponent put them back in his stack, deciding not to tangle after all.
As reported, film director and keen amateur poker player, Frank Coraci, is playing today and told us that he had a tough table with two or three pros. We witnessed him face off in a hand against David "Bakes" Baker.
Coraci opened for 650 and Baker made the call. That made it heads up to a flop of .
Baker checked and a continuation bet of 1,300 from Coraci got a fold from Baker who said he really thought he was going to get him with that hand, asking him to show a king. Coraci obliged and showed him the .