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WSOP Commentary - Why the Pros Are Winning Again

16 June 2010 , By: compncards
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I started playing at the World Series of Poker in 2006. Back then, we were still pre-UIGEA and amateurs were practically dominating all of the fields. A few select pros would win events, but for the most part, the chirping from the pros was that “the fields are too massive and €œbuy-ins needed to be raised. However, times were a changing.
Categories: 2010 World Series of Poker, 2010 WSOP, Jennifer Harman, WSOP 2010

WSOP Day 18 - Compncards Plays the $1,500 Stud 8 or Better Event

15 June 2010 , By: compncards
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Day 18 of the 2010 WSOP kicked off with the $2,500 NL Holdem Six-Max Event. Later in the day, Day 2 of the $1,000 NL and Day 3 of the $10,000 Omaha 8 or Better World Championship resumed with the Omaha 8 or Better World Championship playing out to the bracelet. However, this day for me was all about the 5 P. M.
Categories: 2010 WSOP, compncards, James Guill, Tom Dwan

WSOP Deflated and Outdated? Not So Much

14 June 2010 , By: compncards
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Charlie River made a post earlier today entitled WSOP Deflated and Outdated. In it, he made a comments regarding how that he thought that the WSOP should be conducted and I wanted to take a few minutes to comment both as someone who has worked it the last three years, and someone that has played in 4 out of the last 5 WSOP’s. *Everyman Poker is Becoming Pro Paradise* First, Charlie contends that the WSOP has become everyman'€™s supermarket of poker. While there is some merit in that statement, that argument would hold more weight three years ago more so than it does now.
Categories: 2010 WSOP, WSOP, WSOP 2010

WSOP Day 17 Update - Shaun Deeb Take a Lesson From Tiger Woods

14 June 2010 , By: compncards
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Day 17 of the 2010 WSOP is in full swing. Day 1b of the $1,000 NL Holdem is just out of their dinner break over in the Pavilion Room. Day 2 of the $10,000 Omaha 8 or Better World Championship is playing its way down to the final table. A woman will walk away with a bracelet tonight as the final table of the $1,000 Ladies World Championship is down to heads-up play.
Categories: 2010 WSOP, Daniel Negreanu, Shaun Deeb, Tiger Woods, Tom Dwan, WSOP 2010
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