Day 2 of AGEN138 Event #3, $1,500 Pot-Limit Hold’em, started with 63 players, all of whom started play already in the money. They played down to the final nine today as they continued their hunt for the bracelet and the $241,131.
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The second event at the 2008 World Series of Poker was the fourth largest poker tournament of all time. A record field of 3,929 players tested the limits of player’s stamina and determination, as more than 40 hours of poker took place over the course of the tournament.
The second event at the 2008 World Series of Poker was the fourth-largest poker tournament of all time. A record field of 3,929 players tested the limits of players’ stamina and determination, as more than 40 hours of poker took place over the course of the tournament.
Players from the other events continuing to play today were probably wishing they had that option as well. Players are falling left and right as Event 2 tries once again to get down to the final table and then finish today, while Events 3 and 4 play a second day and Event 6 will get underway at about 5 p.m. as well.
Two Day 1s and a Day 2 just weren’t enough to whittle the nearly 4,000 playing field of the $1,500 No-Limit Hold’em event down to the.
The story of Monday at the WSOP: No bracelets, but plenty of action. The work week’s traditional start was, in poker terms, the last day for a long stretch where no winner’s gold bracelets will be awarded, due to the four-day format.
Event #2 broke all previous WSOP preliminary event field records with 3,929 registered players. At the beginning of Event #2 Day 2, Tournament Director Jack Effel remarked that another record was about to be broken, ‘This is.
Many sites are holding tournament series that mirror the schedule of the currently running World Series of Poker, and Absolute Poker is not one to miss the bus. Absolute recently announced its World Series of Absolute Poker (WSAP), a series of 35 events featuring the same poker variants as the.
Isaac “Ike” Haxton is the instructor for this week’s free poker training clip from Card Player Pro (powered by PokerSavvy Plus). The video features Haxton narrating his thought process over a series of “standard” situations, giving what he thinks are the best plays in.
On May 27 wootrigged was the lucky recipient of $55,000 after winning the hand numbered one billion at Titan Poker. The other five players at his table received $5,000 each as well for participating.
Titan Poker launched the billionth hand promotion several weeks ago and has since awarded more than $420,000 in prizes.
The countdown started when the 950,000,000th hand was dealt, the poker site awarded cash to players in certain monumental hands as the number continued to climb.