Event #23: $2,500 Limit Hold'em / Six Handed
Days:
123

Nassif Zapped By Buchanan

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On a board reading {2-Hearts}{K-Hearts}{10-Hearts}{2-Diamonds} with a sizeable pot in the middle, Shawn Buchanan fired out 3,000 to effectively put his opponent Gabriel Nassif all in.

Nassif obliged tabling his {K-Clubs}{Q-Diamonds} to be trailing the {K-Diamonds}{10-Diamonds} of Buchanan.

The river landed a blank {9-Spades} and Nassif made his way to the rail as Buchanan climbed to over 55,000 in chips.

Tags: Gabriel NassifShawn Buchanan

Boeken Crippled, Then Doubles

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On a flop of {3-Hearts}{3-Clubs}{7-Diamonds} Noah Boeken checked to Steve Chanthabouasy who fired out 1,200. Boeken check-raised to 2,400 and Chanthabouasy quickly three-bet to 3,600 with Boeken smooth-calling.

Boeken check-called a 2,400-chip bet from Chanthabouasy when the {K-Clubs} landed before check-raising to 4,800 over Chanthabouasy's 2,400-chip bet when the river fell the {10-Clubs}.

Tabling his {A-Hearts}{3-Spades}, Boeken would launch from his chair in disgust at the sight of Chanthabouasy's {9-Clubs}{5-Clubs} as the Dutchman slipped to just 5,000 as Chanthabouasy climbed to 108,000 in chips.

The following hand however, Boeken would manage to find a double through David Baker.

Boeken held {A-Diamonds}{4-Clubs} to Baker's {Q-Spades}{8-Clubs} with the board running out {K-Clubs}{6-Hearts}{10-Hearts}{9-Clubs}{5-Spades} to see Boeken find a double back to over 11,000 in chips.

Tags: Steve ChanthabouasyNoah Boeken

Baker Flush With Chips

Phil Gordon limped in from the small blind, and David Baker raised from the big. Gordon called, and the two men took a suited flop of {2-Clubs} {K-Clubs} {6-Clubs}. Gordon check-called a bet, and he check-raised on the {9-Hearts} turn. Baker called, and he led out with a final bet on the {7-Clubs} river. Gordon made the last call, and Baker tabled {J-Hearts} {Q-Clubs} for the flush.

It was good; Gordon mucked, and the pot goes to Baker.

Baker - 93,000
Gordon - 44,000

Tags: David BakerPhil Gordon

Glantz Goes Away

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Matt Glantz

Matt Glantz was all in with his short stack and {K-Clubs} {5-Spades} against Alexander Queen's {K-Spades} {10-Clubs} before the flop. The dealer refused to give Glantz any help, running out a board of {J-Spades} {J-Hearts} {4-Hearts} {10-Diamonds} {9-Hearts}. No chop, no pot, and now no chips for Glantz; his day is down.

Queen - 110,000

[Removed:115] Falls

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[Removed:118] of this tournament
[Removed:118] of this tournament

Vitaly Lunkin opened to 2,400 from the button and was called by Eduardo Miranda before [Removed:113] three-bet from the big blind to 3,600.

Both Lunkin and Miranda made the call before [Removed:115] bet and raised his last 3,400 into the pot on the {7-Diamonds}{8-Diamonds}{3-Spades} flop against Lunkin.

[Removed:115]: {2-Clubs}{2-Diamonds}
Lunkin: {5-Diamonds}{5-Hearts}

The turn and river landed the {6-Diamonds} and {A-Hearts} to see [Removed:115] hit the rail as Lunkin climbed to over 47,000 in chips.

Tags: Vitaly LunkinEduardo Miranda

Chips!

Julian Parmann 130,000 22,000
Martin Kabrhel cz 119,000 26,000
Christopher Vitch 105,000 -16,000
Richard Li 102,000 18,000
Alexander Queen us 100,000 6,000
Albert Minnullin 97,000 4,000
Dutch Boyd 91,500 16,500
David Baker us 82,000 25,000
David Webb 78,000 -20,000
Jerid Zewin us 75,000 24,000
Steve Chanthabouasy us 75,000 25,000
Brian Meinders 73,000 22,500
Evan Shapiro 70,000 14,000
Phil Gordon us 62,000 -4,000
Dana Kellstrom 61,000 6,000
Casey McCarrel us 60,000 -1,000
J.C. Tran 60,000 -1,000
Keith Ferrera us 57,000 -38,000
Rafe Furst us 55,000 21,000
Chuck Danielsson 55,000 -6,000
Hui Liu us 54,000 6,000
Domenico Denotaristefani 51,000 -1,000
Russ Salzer 51,000 2,000
Justin Young us 49,000 1,000
Tommy Hang us 48,000 3,000

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Lind Legged

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Lind bites the dust
Lind bites the dust

George Lind found himself all in on a board reading {A-Spades}{5-Diamonds}{3-Diamonds}{9-Hearts} against Casey McCarrel.

Lind: {J-Diamonds}{4-Diamonds}
McCarrel: {K-Clubs}{8-Spades}

Unfortunately for Lind the river was unable to drop a diamond, jack, four or deuce to see him eliminated from the tournament as McCarrel climbs to 60,000 in chips.

Tags: Casey McCarrelGeorge Lind

Danilyuk Sets Up On Buchanan

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On a flop of {2-Spades}{9-Diamonds}{8-Diamonds} Shaun Buchanan checked over to Andrey Danilyuk who fired out a bet of 1,200. Buchanan check-raised to 2,400 and Danilyuk made the call to see the {A-Clubs} fall on the turn.

Buchanan checked, Danilyuk fired out 2,400 and Buchanan called before leading for his own 2,400 when the river landed the {J-Hearts}.

Danilyuk made the call tabling his {8-Clubs}{8-Spades} to best Buchanan's {A-Spades}{4-Spades} to see him slip to 24,000 as Danilyuk climbs to 35,000 in chips.

Tags: Andrey DanilyukShawn Buchanan

Bonomo Binks a Diamond

J.C. Tran raised from late position, and Justin Bonomo called out of the big blind, heads up to the flop.

It came {A-Diamonds} {7-Diamonds} {9-Clubs}, and Bonomo checked. When Tran bet, he check-raised, and Tran called the extra bet.

Fourth street was the {6-Diamonds} and fifth street the {2-Hearts}, and Tran called bets from Bonomo on both streets. We never got to see his cards; Bonomo tabled {J-Diamonds} {9-Diamonds} for the winning diamond flush, moving his way back up to 50,000.

Tran - 61,000

Tags: Justin BonomoJ.C. Tran

Lindgren Straightens Out Vitch

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The action folded round to Christopher Vitch in the small blind and he raised it up to 2,400 with Erick Lindgren making the call.

Vitch fired out 1,200 on the {J-Hearts}{9-Spades}{7-Hearts} flop and Lindgren made the call before both players checked the {K-Clubs} on the turn.

The river landed the {Q-Diamonds} and Vitch checked to Lindgren, only to see him fire out 2,400.

Vitch took his time shuffling chips in one hand while holding his cards tightly in the other. He grabbed the necessary chips to make the call and tossed them into the pot, only to be shown Lindgren's {10-Hearts}{9-Clubs}.

"I couldn't beat either of your cards" stated Vitch as he mucked and slipped to 109,000 while Lindgren climbs to 17,000 in chips.

Tags: Christopher VitchErick Lindgren