togel hongkong Event 11 Recap

Event 11 finally came to an end after about a day and a half of play. This event was a no limit Hold ‘Em tourney with a $530 buy in and $30 fee, and was pretty generous in the prize pool. $3 million was guaranteed for the pool, and it was added to before the beginning by some extra players signing up, bringing the pool to a whopping $3,109,500.
Surprisingly enough, the big names were bounced early before people could even consider talking about cash—Greg Raymer and Moneymaker were out before the 900 and less cash cutoff. Even event host Vicky Coren didn’t make it to day two and left the tournament in 580th place winning just $1,026.1.
When day two started there were just 214 players left of the original 6,219. Leading the way was player togel hongkong with 1.3 million+ chips. The other players rounding out the top ten dropped early in the second day, and when the final table was set in Level 39, CONOW wasn’t far from the top:
Seat 1: Juancesan with 6,367,644 in chips
Seat 2: CONOW with 5,385,645 in chips
Seat 3: aaaaaaaa with 11,465,030 in chips
Seat 4: colonelkosta with 8,717,052 in chips
Seat 5: fabstinho with 9,934,493 in chips
Seat 6: kidwhowon with 2,212,841 in chips
Seat 7: GypsieChris with 5,626,806 in chips
Seat 8: Shazmeister with 2,513,180 in chips
Seat 9: hustla16 with 9,967,309 in chips
With blinds at 50,000/100,000 and the ante at 12,500, there were mostly small hands played until the final three. After a half hour of deliberation, an agreement was come to for their prize money based on chip count: hustla16 would win $386,533.73 since he had the bulk of the chips with just over 47 million, colonelkosta settled for $355,000 and Juancesan took home $270,000. Each player agreed that $60,000 would be left for the winner of the tournament.
Five hands later colonelkosta went all in with a pair of kings, but hustla16 bumped him with two pair kings and sixes. Less than ten hands later, hustla16 was crowned the champion after beating Juancesan with ace high. Hustla16 took the additional $60,000 set aside for the winner to their prize money total to $446,533.73.
Sumpas Wins 2009 WCOOP Event #10
Do you remember Men In Black? Specifially, when Will Smith asked the officer why the lot were summoned, the officer replied: “Well, because you are the best of the best of the best!” This expression truly applies to last night’s event, the 2009 PokerStars World Championship of Online Poker event #10: $10,300 High Rollers.
Why so many superlatives? Well, take a gander at some of tonight’s players, which inluded Skilled_Sox, Iftarii, Stevie444, busto_soon, JC Alvarado, LadyMaverick, Money800, JoeHachem, Peter Eastgate, apestyles, pearljammer, Deldar182, SirWatts, shaundeeb, ElkY, ZeeJustin, t soprano, Roothlus, p3achy_keen, stevejpa, Enassigned, AJKHoosier1, SCTrojans. A truly veritable smorgasboard of online poker’s who’s who. This tournament was extremely deepstacked and had very slow moving blinds, and the final table bubble alone lasted more than an hour.
The 2009 WCOOP Event #10 was hosted by Vanessa Rousso and also her husband and fellow PokerStars Pro Chad Brown, who later subbed in for her.
Well, enough with the preliminaries and on to the actual action!
The bubble was literally interminable. After more than an hour of 10-man play on two tables, it t
Finally, its Andy Alleman, team pokerstars pro, who got impatient and lost a bubble race.