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Pocket Bullets ParisJim “Pocket Bullets” Paris

The 49th WSOP is only seven days old today and there has already been more than 16 Million Dollars awarded in Prize Money. We already told you about Event #1; The $565 Casino Employees No-Limit Hold’em that was won by Jordan Hufty who took home $61,909 plus his first WSOP bracelet. Here are the rest of your winners so far:


Event #2: $10,000 No-Limit Hold’em Super Turbo Bounty was taken down by Elio Fox who also won his first bracelet along with a very sweet $393,693 paycheck.

 

Event #3: $3,000 No-Limit Hold’em Shootout belonged to a very familiar face, Joe Cada,  who took this Shoot-Out all the way to the bank with a fat $226.218 check plus his third bracelet.

 

 

Event #4: $1,500 Omaha Hi-Lo 8 or Better – Picked up by Julien Martini who took the fourth gold medal at this year’s WSOP.  Martini take home his first bracelet plus $239,771 for a job well done.

 

 

Event #5: $100,000 No-Limit Hold’em High Roller – Nick Petrangelo battled a field of 105 to come out on top and grabbed up his second career WSOP bracelet and to go along with that championship bracelet,  a very nice payday of $2,910,227.

 

There is a lot more action yet to be completed, and there are a couple of other events that have been completed, we will catch you up on them on our next blog. Right now we have to go check out the new poker supplies we ordered.

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Pocket Bullets ParisBy: Pocket Bullets Paris

If  you are one of our followers, then you know that we believe that dreams can come true, especially at the WSOP. If you’re here for the first time, it might be because you love poker, you love the WSOP,  and maybe even dreamed of getting a bracelet and fattening your bank account at the World Series of Poker. We’re with you all the way and encourage you to follow your dreams.

45th Annual WSOP BraceletIn the meantime, here is what has been going on at the 2014 WSOP for the last three days:

Pierre Milan won Event #29 $2,500 No-Limit Hold’em  taking home his first gold bracelet and a very sweet $536,768. He defeated Justin Oliver in just three hands in a quick heads-up, leaving Oliver with a not too shabby second prize purse of $332, 198.

Calvin Anderson took Event #30: $1,500 Seven-Card Stud Hi-Low  for a nice pot of $190,538 by eliminating Joe Tehan.

Brett Shaffer takes home his second WSOP Bracelet by being the last man standing at Event #31 $1,500 No-Limit Hold’em and increasing his bankroll by $418,435.

Joe Cada, the same Joe Cada who won the 2009 World Series, ran over a field of 263 dreamers and won Event #32: $10,000 Six-Handed No-Limit Hold’em Championship. Cada took home another bracelet and a fat pot of $670,041.

Dutch Boyd came on strong to defeat  Steven Norden after just 16 hands in heads-up to win his third WSOP Bracelet in Event #33 and pocketed $288,744 for dreaming big.

Then there was Eric Buchman, who grabbed his second World Series of Poker bracelet, plus pocket change of $118, 785. He topped a field of 345 and ended the day by defeating Alex Kravchenko and winning Event #34: $1,500 Seven-Card Stud.

Brian Yoon managed to grab his second WSOP bracelet for the second consecutive year winning Event #35: $5,000 Eight-Handed No-Limit Hold’em

And lastly, Steven Wolansky managed to rake in all the poker chips to take Event #36: $1,500 No-Limit 2-7 Draw Lowball for $89,483 today.

If you keep on checking us out, we will keep you posted on what is going on at the WSOP and the world of poker in general.

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‘Twas the night before Christmas, when all through the poker community

Not a player was raising, not even Phil Ivey;

The chips were all stacked on the table with care

In hopes that the flop would show what to bet there;

When all of the sudden arose such a clatter;

Hellmuth was yelling , whats’ the matter

he called all the players by name;

and everyone answered to get in on the game.

Now, Antonio! now, Seidel! now, Merson! now, Hachem!

 

 

Come on Negreanu! come on Trickett! Cada and Hansen!

 

We’re all waiting for you so the game can begin;

So grab your seats and splash your poker chips in.

With a wink of his eye and a nod of his head;

I knew at that moment I had nothing to dread;

So I splashed  my poker chips and declared all in,

and watched the Brat stare me down with a grin!

But I raked the pot in as I smiled at the sight

and said; “Merry Christmas to all and to all a good night!”

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Okay, so day 1C of Event #61 at the 43rd Annual World Series of Poker has concluded with some interesting turns and twists. The number one chip leader at the end of the day was Randy Haddox, who managed to stack 188,275. There were quite a few notable players who survived Day 1c, including Doyle “Dolly” Brunson, “Big One for One Drop” winner Antonio Esfandiari, Joe Cada, Johnny Chan, Tom McEvoy, Jaimie Gold, and we were glad to see, arguably the greatest poker player in the world and the current runner up for the 2012 WSOP Player of The Year, Phil Ivey.

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But who will make it through the rest of the days of the 2012 WSOP Main Event? Who will return on Monday July 16 to play down to THE nine final players who will compete at this year’s final table? Send us your predictions of who you think will be the Final Nine for a chance at winning a WSOP Player Black Key Chain. We will award these “WSOP Player poker chip key chains” to the first nine closest predictions, so get yours in now.

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