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2013 World Series of Poker

Event #6: $1,500 "Millionaire Maker" No-Limit Hold'em
Dias: 4
Event Info

2013 World Series of Poker

Resultado Final
Mão Vencedora
Event Info
Informações sobre o nível
200,000 / 400,000

Hands 57-58: Starting to Percolate

Nível 31 : 60,000/120,000, 20,000 ante

Hand #57: Gray opened to 300,000 from the cutoff, Liberto called from the button, and Kelly defended his big blind. The flop of {Q-Spades}{q-Diamonds}{2-Spades} was checked by Kelly, by Gray decided on a bet of 400,000. Liberto flatted in positon, and Kelly got out of the way. The {10-Spades} dropped on the turn, and after Gray checked to him, Liberto slid 530,000 into the middle. A trap had been sprung however, because Gray quickly shoved for roughly 2.1 million. This big bet forced Liberto to release, and a huge pot was earned without a showdown.

Hand #58: Desilva opened for 265,000 and Liberto came along, bringing a flop of {9-Diamonds}{j-Clubs}{a-Hearts}. After both players opted to check, the {K-Diamonds} arrived on the turn. Desilva checked to Liberto, who fired 240,000 at his green hoodie-clad opponent. A flat call from Desilva brought the {9-Hearts} on the river, and after yet another check by Desilva, Liberto bet 660,000. This prompted Desilva to study his opponent, and the board cards, for a minute or so before he ultimately decided to call. Liberto opened up {A-Diamonds}{10-Spades} and his top pair was enough to take the pot down.

Hands 51-56

Nível 31 : 60,000/120,000, 20,000 ante

Hand #51: Desilva opened for 265,000 from under the gun, but folded after Bennington three-bet shipped his last 3.75 million.

Hand #52: Chen raised from under the gun, prompting Gray to call from the next position, and Bennington to come along from the small blind. The dealer fanned a flop of {Q-Spades}{3-Clubs}{6-Clubs}, and Gray bet 400,000 after it was checked to him. The move earned him the multiway pot, and the players continue to play small ball poker after making poker's big league.

Hand #53: Gray raised from under the gun and took the blinds and antes.

Hand #54: Hunichen open-shoved from early position, moving his last 1.56 million forward and forcing folds all around.

Hand #55: After Kelly opened for 255,000 from early position, Bennington flatted and Desilva upped the bet to 650,000 out of the cutoff. The three-bet move achieved its intended effect, and Desilva dragged the pot his way.

Hand #56: After hours of final table play, Chen became our first limper, entering the pot for the minimum bet. Gray and Liberto called as well, but Hunichen punished the limpers with an all-in shove, sending them packing and the pot in his direction.

Hands 47-50: Chen Chipping Up

Nível 31 : 60,000/120,000, 20,000 ante

Hand #47: Liberto raised to 250,000 from under the gun, picking up two callers in Bennington and Chen. The flop of {7-Spades}{5-Hearts}{5-Clubs} was checked down, and the turn came {6-Diamonds}. Sensing weakness, Chen led out for 375,000, and the bet earned him a decent pot.

Hand #48: After Hunichen opened for 245,000 from under the gun, Bennington flatted from the hijack. Looking to make the classic squeeze play with his newly acquired chips, Chen bumped it up to 775,000 holding the button, and the power move worked to perfection.

Hand #49: Bennington raised to 250,000 from early position, continuing a final table trend of early position raises, and Chen tried for his third consecutive pot by calling in the cutoff. The flop fell {J-Clubs}{10-Spades}{9-Clubs} and Bennington continued for 400,000, a bet which Chen called. The {Q-Clubs} on the turn was checked down, as was the {K-Hearts} on the river. With the board showing a straight, both players tabled their holdings, and neither Chen's {9-Spades}{8-Spades} or Bennington's {3-Clubs}{3-Spades} played chopping the pot.

Hand #50: Chen raised to 240,000 from the hijack, and Kelly defended his big blind by flatting. Teh flop fell {a-Hearts}{k-Spades}{10-Diamonds} and Kelly check-folded to a bet of 200,000 by Chen.

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Nível 31 : 60,000/120,000, 20,000 ante
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Hands 43-46: Jumping the Gun

Nível 31 : 60,000/120,000, 20,000 ante

Hand #43: Bennington raised the first hand of the new level, making it 400,000 to play from under the gun. Everybody folded to the bet, and the blinds and antes where shipped his way.

Hand #44: With UTG raises apparently in style nowadays, DeSilva tried the trick and opened for 265,000. Once again, the action folded around and a single preflop raise earned the bettor 300,000 in additional chips.

Hand #45: Kelly raised his button to 250,000 and folded the table.

Hand #46: Kelly opened to 250,000 from the cutoff, and was called in two spots by Bennington and Chen. The flop fell {K-Clubs}{5-Spades}{3-Spades} and Chen checked to Kelly, who continued for 350,000. Bennington got out of their way, and Chen called to see the turn come {10-Diamonds}. Both players checked and the river was the {Q-Spades}. Two checks later, and Chen revealed the {K-Hearts}{9-Hearts} for top pair, a hand which Kelly could not beat.

Nível: 31

Blinds: 60,000/120,000

Ante: 20,000