Domenico Denotaristefani raised from the cutoff and Barry Greenstein made the call from the big blind. Greenstein then checked the , Denotaristefani bet, and Greenstein simply folded.
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Domenico Denotaristefani raised from the small blind and Steve Landfish made the call from the big. Denotaristefani led out when the flop came down and Landfish made the call as the two saw the turn. It came the and Denotaristefani led out again. Landfish came back with a raise and Denotaristefani ended up all in.
Denotaristefani would have to avoid a jack or ten on the river to survive and double up and that he did when the hit the river. His rail went wild and received a warning afterwards that they had gotten too rowdy.
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Isaac Haxton raised in the hijack and Justin Smith called from the big blind. On the flop, Smith checked to Haxton who bet. Smith came back with a check-raise and Haxton ended up all in as the players turned up their hands.
Smith was ahead until the landed on the turn which put Haxton in great shape to double up as long as he could avoid an ace on the river. It came the and Haxton survived the hand to double up.
Isaac Haxton raised from the button and received a call from Domenico Denotaristefani in the big blind. When the flop fell , Denotaristefani check-called a bet from Haxton, leading to the on the turn. Both players checked to see the peel off on the river, to which Denotaristefani bet.
Haxton thought long and hard, stacking and unstacking his chips, before slowly sliding his cards to the muck. Denotaristefani's supporters, who are the most vocal in the stands, erupted in celebration.
Isaac Haxton raised under the gun and Steve Landfish who has been by far the most aggressive player at the table three-bet in the cutoff. Haxton made it four bets and Landfish just called as the players saw a flop where Haxton led out. Landfish raised and Haxton made the call as the rolled off on the turn. Haxton check-called Landfish’s bet and checked again when the hit the river. Landfish bet once more and after some deliberation, Haxton folded to give Landfish the pot.
Although Landfish has been caught in several bluffs leading up to and at the final table, his aggression has won him plenty of pots as well as has gotten him paid when he’s had the goods on his way to the chip lead.
Barry Greenstein raised from the button only to have Richard Brodie three-bet from the big blind. His opponent only had 5,000 remaining, so Greenstein put in a raise, which Brodie called.
Brodie was behind and needed some help to stay alive. Unfortunately for him, he received none as the board ran out . Just like that, the man largely responsible for Microsoft Word was eliminated from the tournament for $44,207; not only that, Brodie left with the satisfaction that he had made his first-ever WSOP final table.