Event #15: $3,000 Six-Handed No-Limit Hold'em

Updated Chip Counts from the Bronze Section

• Level 6: 150-300, 25 ante
Bryn Kenney us
Bryn Kenney
us 40,000 10,000
Terrence Chan ca
Terrence Chan
ca 35,000 35,000
Jake Balsiger us
Jake Balsiger
us 30,000 21,000
Kevin Saul us
Kevin Saul
us 23,000 3,000
Sylvain Loosli fr
Sylvain Loosli
fr 20,000 12,000
Daniel Weinman us
Daniel Weinman
us 17,000 -5,000
Max Steinberg us
Max Steinberg
us 15,000 6,000
Eddie Blumenthal us
Eddie Blumenthal
us 15,000 6,000
David Vamplew gb
David Vamplew
gb 14,000 6,400
Dan O'Brien us
Dan O'Brien
us 14,000 5,000
Chris Hunichen us
Chris Hunichen
us 10,300 10,300
Ryan Laplante us
Ryan Laplante
us 8,500 -1,400
Joe Serock us
Joe Serock
us 8,300 8,300
Tristan Wade us
Tristan Wade
us 8,000 8,000
Seneca Easley us
Seneca Easley
us 7,200 7,200
Nacho Barbero ar
Nacho Barbero
ar 6,500 6,500
James Mackey us
James Mackey
us 5,000 -4,000
Phil Ivey us
Phil Ivey
us 5,000 5,000
Matt Glantz us
Matt Glantz
us 4,600 4,600
Doug Lee ca
Doug Lee
ca Out
Chino Rheem us
Chino Rheem
us Out
David Ulliott
David Ulliott
JJ Liu tw
JJ Liu
tw Out
Athanasios Polychronopoulos us
Athanasios Polychronopoulos
us Out
JC Tran us
JC Tran
us Out

PokerNews Podcast Episode #221: RIP Live Stream feat. Jason Mercier

[user101598] • Level 6: 150-300, 25 ante
Jason Mercier
Jason Mercier

Jason Mercier joined the PokerNews Podcast to talk about the World Series of Poker, not engaging in bracelet bets, and the first time he ever played online poker. Then, all hell breaks loose. The crew rants about televised poker, Galen Hall and Jesse Martin break the live stream, and there are surprise visits by Allen Kessler, Matt Glantz, and Matt Salsberg.

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King Dan Makes Shakes and Bakes

• Level 6: 150-300, 25 ante

In one of the last hands in Level 5, a player opened with a standard raise and Dan Smith three-bet to 1,200 from the button. David "Bakes" Baker then four-bet all in for 4,200, the initial raised folded, and Smith snap-called.

Smith: {a-Hearts}{k-Hearts}
Baker: {a-Diamonds}{j-Spades}

"I like the flop," Baker said after the {q-Hearts}{k-Spades}{7-Diamonds} flop gave him a Broadway draw. Unfortunately for him, it didn't come in as the {K-Diamonds} blanked on the turn followed by the {2-Diamonds} on the river.

Dan Smith us
Dan Smith
us 25,000 4,350
David "Bakes" Baker us
David "Bakes" Baker
us Out

Tagovi: Dan SmithDavid "Bakes" Baker


Updated Chip Counts from the Blue Section

• Level 5: 100-200, 25 ante
Davidi Kitai be
Davidi Kitai
be 46,000 16,000
Brandon Cantu us
Brandon Cantu
us 38,000
Blair Hinkle us
Blair Hinkle
us 30,000
Scott Clements us
Scott Clements
us 28,200 13,200
Tom McCormick us
Tom McCormick
us 26,000
Tony Dunst us
Tony Dunst
us 25,000 16,000
Rex Clinkscales us
Rex Clinkscales
us 25,000 10,000
Cary Katz us
Cary Katz
us 24,000 13,000
Andrew Lichtenberger us
Andrew Lichtenberger
us 23,000
Jeremy Ausmus us
Jeremy Ausmus
us 20,000 11,225
Michael Mizrachi us
Michael Mizrachi
us 20,000
Joe Tehan us
Joe Tehan
us 20,000 1,000
Doug Polk us
Doug Polk
us 18,000 -2,000
Todd Terry us
Todd Terry
us 18,000 5,625
Dominik Nitsche de
Dominik Nitsche
de 14,000 5,000
Steve Brecher us
Steve Brecher
us 13,000 4,000
Marvin Rettenmaier de
Marvin Rettenmaier
de 13,000
Josh Brikis us
Josh Brikis
us 11,000 1,000
Robert Panitch US
Robert Panitch
US 11,000 2,000
Amnon Filippi us
Amnon Filippi
us 10,000
Randal Flowers us
Randal Flowers
us 10,000 5,000
Paul Newey gb
Paul Newey
gb 10,000 -8,000
John Racener us
John Racener
us 8,100
Sylvain Loosli fr
Sylvain Loosli
fr 8,000 -9,000
Travell Thomas
Travell Thomas

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• Level 5: 100-200, 25 ante

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Duhamel Using Rivers to Build a Stack

• Level 5: 100-200, 25 ante
Jonathan Duhamel
Jonathan Duhamel

Jonathan Duhamel raised to 500 from early position and got one caller. The flop was {4-Hearts}{a-Spades}{k-Diamonds} and both players checked. After a turn of the {2-Spades}, Duhamel led for 600 and his opponent called.

The river was the {3-Spades} and Duhamel bet 1,200 with his opponent quickly making the call. Duahmel tabled {3-Clubs}{3-Diamonds} for the rivered set. His opponent disgustingly shook his head and showed {a-Hearts}{q-Diamonds}.

Jonathan Duhamel ca
Jonathan Duhamel
ca 26,200 14,200

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A Six-Handed Orbit with TJ Cloutier

• Level 5: 100-200, 25 ante

The term "living legend" is thrown around a lot, but when it comes to TJ Cloutier the term certainly fits. Cloutier has been a prominent force in the poker world for decades, dating all the way back to the Texas road gambler days with the likes of Doyle Brunson and Bob Hooks.

Cloutier is an action today, and we decided to spend an orbit with the six-time bracelet winner. He began the orbit with 16,500 in chips.

Hand #1 (Hijack): Action folded to Cloutier and he folded too.

Hand #2 (Cutoff): Cloutier limped under the gun, which inspired everyone but the player on the button to do the same. Five players saw the {j-Hearts}{5-Diamonds}{5-Spades}, and the small blind promptly checked.

The big blind opted to fold, which was an unconventional move that confused the dealer so much that she called a floor to make sure it was legal. Cloutier informed her that it was and has always been that way, a fact the floor confirmed. The rest of the players proceeded to check, and then both the {8-Spades} turn and {A-Clubs} river were checked down.

Cloutier tabled the {6-Hearts}{6-Spades} for a pair of sixes, and it was good as the rest of the players sent their cards tp the muck.

Hand #3 (Big Blind): Action folded to the small blind, who raised to 400. Cloutier then folded the {10-Diamonds}{4-Spades} from the big. "Robert Crawford," Cloutier said. "Highway Patrol. No one here is old enough to remember."

Hand #4 (Small Blind): The cutoff opened for 550 and was met by a three-bet to 1,575 from the player on the button. Cloutier folded the small blind.

Hand #5 (Button): The under-the-gun player opened for 525 and Cloutier ended up folding,

Hand #6 (Under the Gun) Cloutier folded his hand.

Not the most exciting orbit, but there was a win for the living legend.

TJ Cloutier us
TJ Cloutier
us 17,500 5,000

Tagovi: TJ Cloutier

Hastings Takes a Big One

• Level 5: 100-200, 25 ante

We didn't see how the action went down, but walked up to a board of {j-}{7-}{a-}{8-}{10-} and Brian Hastings with the {q-}{9-} tabled in front of him.

His dejected opponent sat quietly as the dealer counted out the chips that were to be sent Hastings' way. "That's exactly the river card you would want to draw up," another player at the table said.

Brian Hastings us
Brian Hastings
us 34,000 34,000

Poker Taktika: Brian Hastings