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NITSCHE CLAIMS THIRD POKER BRACELET
2014-06-11

Dominik Nitsche (23), a young poker ace from Minden in Germany has won his third World Series of Poker bracelet and $335,659 after emerging victorious from event 21, a $1,000 buy-in NLHE contest which attracted a field of 2,043 players.
This week he entered the WSOP record books as the youngest yet winner of three bracelets.
Despite his skill and experience, it was no walk-over for Nitsche, who faced a determined Dave D'Alesandro with a chip lead in the heads up, which proved to be something of an endurance test over 92 hands of highly competitive poker.
For much of that 92 hands Nitsche was hanging on by his fingernails, but he maintained discipline and late in the match managed to take and hold on to the lead and eventually eliminate his last and very tough opponent.
D'Alesandro exited with a hard-earned $208,931 as runner-up.
The rest of the final table claimed prizes as follows:
Badih Bounahra $145,229
Zachary Gruneberg $104,594
Thayer Rasmussen $76,443
Jeff Gross $56,549
Eric Milas $42,382
Billy Horan $32,168
David Burt $24,702




KROON HOLDS ON TO CHIP LEAD ON WORLD SERIES OF POKER DAY 2C
2013-07-12

Day 2C action in the nfl football betting Online Bingo Play Slots Online in US NFL Odds World Series of Poker main event has been completed, with big poker names falling like ninepins in the action, and Mark Kroon still in the driving seat with 507,300 in chips, having started the day as chip leader.
Among those busting out of the main event during Day 2C were: Jason Mercier, Matthew Ashton, former WSOP main event champs Jamie Gold and Joe Hachem, Joe Serock, who tried to play on despite a road accident and a short spell in jail, top sports celebs Roberto Luongo and Gerard Piqu, Daniel Negreanu, UK ace Sam Trickett, Davidi Kitai, Jen Harman, Eric Baldwin, Joseph Cheong, Pieter de Korver,
Making it through to Day 3, when the survivor fields combine for the first time and the 648 player money bubble hoves into view, are bracelet record-holder Phil Hellmuth, ace players Phil Ivey and Michael Mizrachi, Haralabos Voulgaris, Vladimir Geshkenbein, Dirk Van Luijk, Jean-Robert Bellande, Glen Chorny and Stephen Chidwick.
Mizrachi had an up-and-down sort of day, at one point leading the field with a stack of well over half-a-million, only to see it depleted, then somewhat recouped toward the end of day's action.
Gus Hansen and Tom Dwan, who famously allowed most of their Day 1c chips to be blinded away whilst they played cash games at the Aria, pitched up today, but unsurprisingly were eliminated from the Main Event after a relatively short stay on the tables.
The top ten chip counts at the end of Day 2C were:
Mark Kroon 507,300
Victor Figueroa 460,600
William Reymond 405,000
Michael Mizrachi 394,600
Ryan Olson 364,700
Peter Kamaras 354,400
Yann Dion 348,200
Jean-Robert Bellande 320,900
Denis Pisarev 312,500
Dale Roesel 303,400
The official numbers of players going through to Day 3 are awaited.


MASTER CLASS IN POKER
2012-10-31

Top live and online poker ace Phil Ivey appears to have ambitions in the poker coaching field, evidenced by a recently launched website that is at present seemingly putting together a mailing list / customer base through an otherwise largely inactive site.
Iveypoker.com invites visitors to subscribe, but bigger things are clearly in prospect with reports that Ivey is signing up a star-studded team of poker pros that includes current World Series of Poker final table chip leader Greg Merson, Patrik Antonius and Jenn Harmon.
ESPN reports that Ivey plans to improve players' skills through the free-to-play internet site and instructional vids, and that he told the TV company he wants to give players an opportunity to improve and compete against some of the best names in the game
What were doing here is teaching people how to become a winning poker player," Ivey told ESPN. "I think a lot of people really dont know how to play poker, and I think this is going to be an opportunity to play with the best players in the world.