Event #47: $1,000 No-Limit Hold’em

A Few Chip Counts

55,000 1,000
38,000 6,000
36,000 7,500
21,000 5,700
21,000 -1,000
21,000 2,000
20,000 -5,000
12,500 5,600
11,000 -3,800
10,800 800
10,500 -300
9,600 -1,400
6,000 -4,500
4,200 -1,900
4,000 -4,600

Old School vs. New School


We've discovered a table pairing that is symbolic of the old poker generation versus the new, younger generation. Over at Table 13, Faraz Jaka is sitting directly to the right of WSOP veteran Mickey Appleman. Both players are sitting with healthy stacks, so it'll be interesting to see if they butt heads.

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Things Are Getting Harder


Christian Harder raised to 750 and Carter Gill called from the hijack. The cutoff then moved all in for 1,050 and both players called.

Both Harder and Gill checked the {A-Clubs}{K-Diamonds}{10-Diamonds} flop and {6-Diamonds} turn. We didn't catch the river card but Harder checked, Gill bet and Harder folded, showing {Q-Diamonds}{Q-Hearts}. Gill showed {A-Hearts}{9-Hearts} which was good enough to beat the cutoff's {J-}{J-}.

Harder was down to 13,000 after the hand while Gill jumped up to 21,500.

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Iceman Melting


With a board reading {2-Clubs}{7-Diamonds}{4-Clubs}{2-Hearts}{6-Spades}, Teddy "Iceman" Monroe bet 1,000. His opponent in Seat 2 raised all in and Monroe mucked, leaving himself with just 2,000. It seems the Iceman will need his cards to warm up if he is going to survive until Day 2.

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Nine Handed


The tournament staff have announced that the remainder of play will be played nine handed.

Moneymaker Takes a Hit

Chris Moneymaker
Chris Moneymaker

With the board reading {9-Clubs}{5-Clubs}{6-Hearts} Chris Moneymaker check-called a 1,025-chip bet from the player in the cutoff seat.

The turn card was a {k-Hearts} and Moneymaker check-raised all in after his opponent fired a 3,000-chip bet. His opponent snapped called.

Moneymaker: {k-Diamonds}{5-Diamonds}
Opponent: {7-Hearts}{8-Hearts}

"That's a good hand.", said Moneymaker.

The river brought a {q-Hearts} to the felt and Moneymaker slipped to 15,000 chips.

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Not So Little Anymore


Jonathan Little and his opponent each put in 2,950 preflop. When the flop came {4-Clubs}{5-Hearts}{9-Hearts}, Little moved all in for around 5,000. His opponent seemed frustrated and mucked. Meanwhile, Little has increased his stack to around 11,000.

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Bye Bye Tilly

Jennifer Tilly
Jennifer Tilly

In one of the first hands after the dinner break, Jennifer Tilly moved all in in middle position and was called.

With about 6,000 chips on her stack, Tilly showed {k-}{q-}, and her opponent tabled aces. Without help from the board Jennifer Tilly is out of the tournament.

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The Iceman is Cold


Teddy "The Iceman" Monroe is seated in the corner of the room, which just so happens to be under an air conditioning vent. He recently complained to our field reporter, "Man, I'm the Iceman and even I'm freezing."

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Baldwin Flying High


An early position player raised to 700 only to have Eric Baldwin reraise to 1,800 from the button. The blinds folded and the early position player wasted little time in mucking his hand. Baldwin is sitting with a healthy stack around 22,000.

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