Sa Eventa Izdvajamo
Mike Ziemba raised to 2,500. Antonio Scalzi called from the small blind, and Tom Marchese called from the big blind. On the flop, Scalzi checked, and Marchese bet 4,000. Ziemba and Scalzi folded, giving Marchese the pot.
Chris Lee opened with an early position raise and it folded over to Amit Makhija who three-bet the action to an unknown amount. Action came back to Lee, he shipped all in, and Makhija instantly called.
The board ran out , allowing Makhija's cowboys to hold as the best hand. He scored the double up and now has about 70,000. Makhija, on the other hand, has dropped to 155,000.
Dutch Boyd was all in with versus John Juanda's . After the board ran out , Boyd was eliminated.
After an opening raise from the cutoff seat to 3,000, Phil Ivey called from the small blind, and the flop came down . Ivey checked, his opponent bet 4,000, and Ivey folded.
We noticed that 2005 World Series of Poker Main Event champ Joe Hachem was no longer at the secondary feature table, and a quick check with the players at the table confirmed that he had been eliminated in the last hand of Level 9.
Matthew Sedgeman actually did the deed, and he was kind enough to inform us of the action. According to him, he opened from the hijack with the and Hachem three-bet from the button with . The blinds both folded, and Sedgeman called to see a flop of .
Sedgeman led out for about a third of the pot, and Hachem tanked for a bit before moving all in for roughly 20,000. Sedgeman called with his flush draw, and while he wouldn't find another club, he received something just as good when a six appeared on the turn, followed by another on the river.
Haralabos Voulgaris three-bet out of the blinds to about 8,000 after a raise and several calls, and Arthur Morris put in 20,000 from early position. Voulgaris quickly moved all in when action was back to him, and Morris called for 42,700 total.
Voulgaris' kings improved in equity as the flop came , giving him a flush draw, which he nailed on the turn to leave Morris dead.