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2010 World Series of Poker Day 3 - Day 1b of $1,000 NL Underway

30 May 2010 , By: compncards
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Today kicked off Day 1b of the $1,000 NL Holdem Event here at the 2010 WSOP. As some of you know, blogger Frank Wilburn registered in this event. I personally did not get here in time to see this event kick off but Frank did hang in there long enough for me to get there and get a shot of him. Looks like he is having my Day 1a yesterday.
Categories: 2010 WSOP, Frank Wilburn, Hoal Pham, WSOP 2010

2010 WSOP Day 2 - My Event #3 and Oh Look I Got 9-2 Again!

30 May 2010 , By: compncards
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Today was the start of Event #3, the $1,000 NL Holdem Event. I got up and was well rested for today’s event and did most of my usual preparations. I arrived to the Rio about an hour early for the event and decided to hang out in the media tower until the start of the event. I didn’t want to be packed into a hall with potentially 3,000 other players.
Categories: 2010 WSOP, WSOP

2010 World Series of Poker Day 1 Second Update - $50,000 Players Championship Underway

29 May 2010 , By: compncards
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The $50,000 Player’s Championship has officially begun. Ceremonies started at 5 PM PDT with a brief introduction by Jack Effel. He quickly explained the new structure of the event, which is an 8-game structure. He then proceeded to have each previous living champion stand up and be recognized.
Categories: $50000 Poker Player's Championship, 2010 World Series of Poker, 2010 WSOP, Chip Reese, Doyle Brunson, Jack Effel

2010 World Series of Poker Day 1 - Employee's Event Kicks off 2010 WSOP

28 May 2010 , By: compncards
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A new chapter in poker history begins today. The first event of the 2010 World Series of Poker kicked off at Noon with the $500 Casino Employee’s Event. Jack Effel, Tournament Director for the World Series of Poker, kicked off the event with introductions and a couple of brief announcements. He then “attempted” to get the room to join him in the obligatory “Shuffle Up and Deal” call, but in reality it was just Jack that made the call.
Categories: $500 Employees Event, 2010 World Series of Poker, 2010 WSOP, World Series of Poker, WSOP
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