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WSOP Day 10 - Tom Dwan Multi-Tabling for Bracelets

7 June 2010 , By: compncards
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After a “day off” at the poker tables, I am back here at the Rio. Two events kicked off today. Day 1B of the $1,000 NL Holdem Event kicked off at Noon and the 7 Card Stud 8 or Better World Championship kicks off at 5 p. m.
Categories: 2010 World Series of Poker, 2010 WSOP, Durrrr, Tom Dwan

WSOP Day 9 Second Update - Compncards Is a Stud....Player

6 June 2010 , By: compncards
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Today I took the day “off” and went downtown to play in the Stud 8 or Better event at the Golden Nugget. Stud 8 is by far my best game and I always feel I have a chance to go deep in any Stud 8 event I play barring my playing bad or some really horrible luck. *Don't You Know Who I Am?* I say this was my “off” day for two reasons. First, this wound up being a 12 hour day for me playing poker.
Categories: 2010 WSOP, Brent Carter

WSOP Coverage Day 8 - Old School Players, Broke Dealers, and Womenz

5 June 2010 , By: compncards
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Day 8 of the WSOP rolls right along. Event #8 is down to their final table, unfortunately without Phil Hellmuth as he busted out in 15th. The $1,500 Pot-Limit Event is down to three tables and steadily working to the final table. The $10,000 Stud World Championship is down to 43 players and it is highly unlikely they will play to a final table tonight.
Categories: 2010 WSOP, Al Green, Vanessa Rousso, WSOP 2010

WSOP Day 6 - Mizrachi Wins First Bracelet

2 June 2010 , By: compncards
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It’s Day 6 already? Other than the fact that my legs ache, it doesn’t really seem like that it has been six days since the WSOP has started. Clearly that is the case because the $50,000 Player’s Championship concluded last night. Michael Mizrachi came back from a big hole to take the most coveted prize at the WSOP outside of the Main Event. If you would have told me at the beginning that a Mizrachi would win this event, I would have said “Robert Mizrachi?” I would have laughed at you if you said that Michael would win.
Categories: 2010 World Series of Poker, 2010 WSOP, Michael Chow, Michael Mizrachi
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