WSOP Day 3 Thread

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Here is the final chip count on Cardplayer

Tim Phan

$445,500

James Pollack

$442,500

Kevin Mason

$385,000

Brian Stellwagon

$367,000

Greg Raymer

$325,000

Hunter Pappas

$300,000

Michael The Grinder Mizrachi

$294,000

Russell Salzer

$280,000

Graeme Harrison

$276,000

Matt Fitzpatrick

$257,000

Kevin Kim

$245,900

Lee Watkinson

$230,000

Olga Varkonyi

$222,000

Cliff Cantor

$210,400

Farzhad Bonyadi

$210,000

Minneapolis Jim Meehan

$197,600

Chris Lorenzo

$195,000

Layne Flack

$188,100

J.C. Tran

$180,000

Sammy Farha

$170,000

Jason Lester

$165,000

Minh Ly

$163,000

Hung La

$161,000

Howard Lederer

$156,000

Kenna James

$152,500

Brad Kondracki

$150,000

Dutch Boyd

$139,000

Paul Darden

$138,000

Joe Beevers

$130,000

John Juanda

$127,000

Ralph Perry

$125,500

Mike Matusow

$120,500

Dustin Neverwin Woolf

$118,000

Phil Ivey

$89,000

Mike Wattel

$72,000

Derek Leforte

$72,000

David Plastik

$68,000

Clonie Gowen

$63,000

C.K. Hua

$58,800

Kirill Gerasimov

$55,000

Pat Poels

$50,000

Gavin Smith

$48,000

Matthew Hilger

$41,000

Mike OMalley

$34,500

Young Phan

$18,000


Looks like Ivey is back on the up side of his see saw, sitting on 89k. Hopefully he stays that way this time (Obviously I have some $ riding on this, that's why I am so concerned with how he does.) Lederer is up to 156k, but the one that stands out is the defending champ Greg Raymer at 325k. I think the reason he is done so well is that no one, and I mean no one, can take him seriously when he wears those glasses, I mean come on! lol. Anyway, still a long way to go, and a lot can happen. Action starts at 2:00 my time, and I plan to help Diablo out a bit with this seeing as how much it would suck to type this all out on a sidekick while I'm sitting at a computer all day between work and poker.
 
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many thanks

for all the hard work involved keeping us informed:D
 
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Not a problem man. After all, I am at work, so I have nothing better to do :biggrin:
 
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Good to see another chip count. :D Thanks Josh.

Also good to see Lederer up and Ivey back up again.


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Play today started at the 1000/2000 with a 300 ante. There won't be many available updates until the single handed game play is over when they get past the bubble. No media or spectators are allowed on the floor until this period is over.
 
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There aren't any details on how he did it, but Phil Ivey is up to 300K already. Raymer is over 400K. Here is the latest chip count.


Tim Phan $580,000 0 0
Rod Pardey $455,000 0 0
Lee Watkinson $442,000 0 0
Greg Raymer $437,000 0 0
Yakob Hirsch $400,000 0 0
John Juanda $400,000 0 0
Michael The Grinder Mizrachi $390,000 0 0
Jon Lane $375,000 0 0
Phil Ivey $300,000 0 0
Layne Flack $283,000 0 0
Russell Salzer $250,000 0 0
Kenna James $235,000 0 0
Minneapolis Jim Meehan $213,000 0 0
Jason Lester $212,000 0 0
Mike Matusow $190,000 0 0
Minh Ly $175,000 0 0
Sammy Farha $150,000 0 0
J.C. Tran $148,000 0 0
Garry Bush $125,000 0 0
Dustin Neverwin Woolf $115,000 0 0
Paul Darden $100,000 0 0
David Plastik $100,000 0 0
Bob Ciaffone $80,000 0 0
Mike Wattel $75,000 0 0
Gavin Smith $56,000 0 0
C.K. Hua $46,000 0 0
Clonie Gowen $40,000 0 0
 
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Clonie Gowen and Gavin Smith are out Less than 477 remain
 
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Here are the listings of the first sixty bust outs. Each player will earn $12,500 for his or her efforts.

560th - Frederick Brown
559th - Martin Laliberte
558th - David Anderson
557th - Sergey Khromov
556th - Robert John Kacher
555th - Donald Delancy
554th - Nadav Ravid
553rd - Robert Gentile
552nd - Andre Fridll
551st - Duc Nguyen
550th - William Bostley
549th - Larry McFehee
548th - Jalae Henson
547th - Nicholas Matala
546th - David Taylor
545th - Oliver Monteaux
544th - Young Phan
543rd - Thomas Stanek
542nd - Sarne Lightman
541st - Lee Ford
540th - John Bae
539th - James Courtney
538th - Vincent Favorito
537th - Daniel Piccoli
536th - Troy Wallace
535th - Chris Bane
534th - Martin Foth
533rd - Kevin Betsill
532nd - Yan Neiman
531st - John Ward
530th - Robert Atkinson
529th - Scott Clements
528th - William Beasley
527th - David Rubin
526th - Charles Wey
525th - Mike Lawrence
524th - Steven Goldberg
523rd - Austin Moody
521st - Elton Beebe
520th - Andrew Prock
519th - Bill Phipps
518th - Guy Calvert
517th - Ken Justin
516th - Matthew Kagan
515th - Reagan Silber
514th - William Flachsbart
513th - Bruce Hardman
512th - Jordan Marinov
511th - Young Kane
 
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Good stuff. I'm having trouble accessing cardplayer. The proxy server that TMobile uses for the sidekick is compressing the information and its coming out all jumbled. It makes no sense. So thanks for keeping the dream alive joshyb.
 
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not a problem man, I'll try to keep it up to date as much as I can

There are 380 left

The following players all earn $16,055 for their efforts:

436th - Tai C. Tran
435th - Jason Levine
434th - Robert Jarrett
433rd - Tom Peterson
432nd - John Harrington
431st - Mike Russell II
430th - Francno Brunetti
429th - Hooman Nikzad
428th - Justin Budwey
427th - Anthony Fagan
426th - Matthew Szymaszek
425th - Chris Grove
424th - Bruno Pisa
423rd - Nikhil Persaud
422nd - Michael Davis
421st - John William Hopkins
420th - Theirry Mulin
419th - Scott Glaze
418th - Michael Padilla
417th - Larry Collins
416th - Jonathan Schecter
415th - Yaron Wasserman
414th - Louis Alderton
413th - Harold Fitzpatrick
412th - Stanley Boralskey
411th - Jason Sertz
410th - Michael O'Sullivan
409th - Matt Vogel
408th - Justin Yu
407th - Carrol Hansen
406th - James Feist
405th - Chad Moore
404th - Ryan Hughes
403rd - Oliver Fink
402nd - Matthew Paruis
401st - Michael Murphy
 
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Looks like Greg Raymer is in final table position. I wouldn't be suprised if he made it again. Kudos to Sammy Farha and Phil Ivey. They are hanging in there.

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Sammy Farha is just too cool, it's ashame he is so short stacked right now, because I'd be shocked if he came back, but check this out:

Sammy moves all-in. While his opponent contemplates a call, he asks Farha how much he has left. Farha answers "700,000, but I could be off a bit." The player folds. Farha's chip stack actually sat at $18,000.
 
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I am sure Sammy will come back. All it takes is one huge payday hand.

Pat
 
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They are on dinner break right now. Sammy has a long way to go, and I wouldn't bank on Raymer making the final table. He is in position right now, but there is a lot of time to go. Ivey is jumping up and down. John Juanda is playing very well. After surging yesterday, Layne Flack has fallen off quite a bit. It will be interesting to see what transpires after the break.
 
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Gee I am really suprised he is doing so well.

Great player but watching last years series he had plenty of lucky draws to get where he did.

Perhaps he's a better player one year on but either way a great effort to be as prominent this year again particularly as he would be attracting plenty of attention
 
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This is the second time I have seen someone say that Ivey was jumping up and down. I have never seen him animated in any way at the table. What gives?
 
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lol, its been me both times, and his chip count is going up and down, hence my comment that he is "jumping" up and down. Sorry for the delay, got distracted...:cheers: :knuddel:

Several developments. My comment that Juanda was doing well... The kiss of death. He lost a big pot and is down to 80k, and Sammy Farha is gone. Still waiting on a new chip count, should be in any moment.

We at cardplayer, only caught the action on the river of this hand but it was still huge. Paul Darden bet $100,000 on the river of a board showing Ah-10d-6d-2s-9s and after much deliberation, John Juanda called. Darden flipped up 6-6 for a set and Juanda shook his head and mucked. He is now left with roughly $80,000. The pot looked to have had about $60,000-$80,000 in it before the river bet.

With the board showing 5-4-4-3 on the turn, Sammy Farha is all in against John Falconeer at ESPN's Featured Table. Farha shows pocket sevens (an overpair and a gut-shot straight draw), but Falconeer has pocket fives (full house). Farha's straight draw is dead, and he now needs to catch one of the last two sevens in the deck to stay alive. The river card is an 8, and Sammy Farha is eliminated from the Championship Event.


Farha finished in approximately 316th place. He will receive $21,070 for his efforts.

Alright here it is. Juanda is at 80k, as I said, but other than that I believe it is accurate.


Player Amount Table Seat
Garry Bush $766,000 136 1
Rod Pardey $702,600 48 3
Greg Raymer $700,000 122 4
Tim Phan $675,000 0 8
James Pollack $572,500 193 6
Yakob Hirsch $510,000 145 1
Michael The Grinder Mizrachi $475,000 134 3
Denis Ethier $440,000 139 7
Lee Watkinson $414,000 129 9
Dan Bergsborf $400,000 141 1
John Lane $395,000 128 7
Mike Matusow $373,000 137 9
Farzad Bonyadi $320,000 119 4
Russell Salzer $317,000 39 9
Phil Ivey $310,000 141 8
Bob Hotchendani $278,000 127 4
Paul Darden $262,500 139 7
Sheiky Sheikhan $257,000 118 3
Kenna James $250,000 142 6
Jason Lester $242,000 135 5
Minh Ly $230,000 137 8
John Juanda $226,000 134 9
Cliff Cantor $221,000 132 7
Russell Hamilton $202,000 140 2
Layne Flack $200,000 127 3
Daniel Alaei $190,000 136 5
Dustin Neverwin Woolf $190,000 120 3
Klaus Ageson $189,000 39 4
Olga Varkonyi $181,000 138 11
Minneapolis Jim Meehan $175,000 0 5
Dutch Boyd $173,000 127 5
C.K. Hua $163,000 134 5
David Plastik $139,000 119 5
Hung La $137,000 145 7
Mike O'Malley $96,000 121 9
Howard Lederer $89,000 39 4
Mike Wattel $81,000 145 7
Pat Poels $70,500 45 6
J.C. Tran $33,000 136 2
 
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Heres the newest one

Player Amount Table Seat
Rod Pardey $810,000 141 6
Josh Ewing $750,000 123 3
Tim Phan $736,000 0 8
Greg Raymer $706,000 122 4
James Pollack $700,000 133 6
Tom Sartori $650,000 140 1
Gabe Walls $565,000 118 6
Bob Hotchendani $525,000 127 4
Michael The Grinder Mizrachi $490,000 134 3
Dan Bergsborf $470,000 141 1
Mike Matusow $470,000 137 9
Lee Watkinson $461,000 129 9
Phil Ivey $455,000 141 3
Andrew Black $450,000 146 2
Hung La $447,000 135 7
Yakov Hirsch $436,500 145 1
Denis Ethier $428,200 143 8
John Lane $420,000 128 7
Farzad Bonyadi $373,000 119 4
Russell Salzer $350,000 142 5
Olga Varkonyi $350,000 138 11
Joe Liebman $280,000 146 5
Minh Ly $278,000 137 8
Layne Flack $265,000 127 3
Russell Hamilton $255,000 140 2
Jason Lester $250,000 135 5
David Plastik $250,000 119 5
Sheiky Sheikhan $235,000 118 3
Cliff Cantor $234,000 132 7
Kenna James $230,000 142 2
Dustin Neverwin Woolf $210,000 120 3
Daniel Alaei $204,000 136 5
Dutch Boyd $200,000 127 5
C.K. Hua $146,000 134 5
Minneapolis Jim Meehan $141,000 0 5
Howard Lederer $125,000 130 3
Mike Wattel $120,000 145 7
Paul Darden $116,000 139 2
John Juanda $95,000 139 9
Mike O'Malley $84,000 121 9
Garry Bush $80,000 136 1
J.C. Tran $60,000 136 2
Pat Poels $40,000 166 7
 
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Play will resume tomorrow at 12:00 noon.
Here are our notable chip stacks at the end of day three, by morning, the official chip count will be released:
Greg Raymer- $1,064,000
Rod Pardey Jr.- $1,041,000
Brad Kondracki- $1,000,000
Bob Larsen- $796,000
Farzad Bonyadi- $724,500
Phil Ivey- $722,500
Gabe Walls- $655,000
Tom Sartori- $574,000
Minh Ly- $530,000
1994 Champion Russ Hamilton- $365,000

 
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Raymer is on fire. If he can keep pace, he has a shot. He knows how to play big fields, and also knows how to use a big stack to his advantage
 
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I swea to bejibis, when I saw Greg Ryamer in first, I almost crapped my pants, I had better odds to win, and I'm under the age of 21!
 
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smd173 said:
Sammy Farha is just too cool, it's ashame he is so short stacked right now, because I'd be shocked if he came back, but check this out:

Sammy moves all-in. While his opponent contemplates a call, he asks Farha how much he has left. Farha answers "700,000, but I could be off a bit." The player folds. Farha's chip stack actually sat at $18,000.
HAHA thats incredible
too bad he busted

IVEY IVEY IVEY!!!!!!!!!
 
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Jeterkid, you had a better chance of winning?!? Give me a break. I'm no fan of Raymer per se, but he has talent and that much is undeniable. He has had strong finishes in a lot of big events on top of being a high-stakes player for a long time before he even won the main event last year. For him to have the chip lead this late in the tournament having won it last year is an awesome feat. There's a lot of poker left to play, but to downplay his accomplishment thus far is foolish.
 
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