Bracelet Winner Gavin Smith
Gavin Smith on winning a bracelet, life at the WSOP, and
prop betting. [youtube]http://www. youtube. com/watch?v=kndRqzTGaCE[/youtube].
2010 World Series of Poker,
WSOP Main Event Day 1c Update – Hellmuth Makes His Grand Entrance, and the Curse of the Feature Table
Feels like groundhog day here at the WSOP today, all the
reporters are over writing up day one information and
nothing exciting is happening. Well Hellmuth did make his
standardÂ entrance to the Main Event today, with some
minor technical difficulties. *Helmuth Fights Way Into Amazon Room*
What would a WSOP Main Event be without Phil Helmuth making
some type of grand entrance, or cry for attention (you be
the call). This year was no different from the years past,
with him actually having a stage pulled up to the entrance
of the conference center here at the Rio for a brief show
before he finally arrived.
Buz the Dealer,
WSOP 2010 WSOP Main Event
WSOP Day 30 Update - Gavin Smith Wins First Bracelet, Year of the Kessler
Day 30 of the 2010 World Series of Poker is nearly in the
books. Another $1,000 NL Holdem Event kicked off today as
well as the $2,500 Mixed Game. The $5,000 Omaha Hi-Lo is
playing to the money, but not likely the final table. The
same applies to the $1,500 NL in Day 2 play.
WSOP Day 29 Update - Headliners Make Final Tables, Brunson Battles Juanda
Day 29 at the 2010 WSOP was a relative uneventful one. Two
final tables are underway with the HORSE World Championship
and the Event #42 $1,500 NL playing to completion tonight. The Mixed Holdem Event is playing to a final table while the
$5,000 PLO Hi-Lo and the Event #45 $1,500 NL are in Day 1
action. *Smith and Pilgirm Poised to Make Mixed Holdem Final*
The $2,500 Mixed Holdem Event is down to just 11 players and
unless they make a monumental blunder and bust out early,
both Gavin Smith and Dwyte Pilgrim will make the final table
of this event.
WSOP Day 22 - Deep Stacks a Hit and Heads-Up Random Pics
Day 22 of the WSOP is rolling right along. The final table
of the $1,500 has finally started. The apocalypse was
avoided as Allen Kessler busted in 13th. However, Al
Barbieri did make the final table, and in the chip lead.