WSOP Day 4 Updates

diabloblanco

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Day 4 of the 2005 wsop Main Event is about to begin in a few hours and here are the top 20 chip leaders:

1st- Greg Raymer $1,064,000
2nd- Rodney Pardey, Jr. $1,044,000
3rd-Brad Kondracki $962,500
4th-Johnny Howard $910,500
5th-Bob Larsen $796,500
6th-Tim Phan $746,000
7th-Phil Ivey $722,500
8th-Steve Marx $679,500
9th-S. Bartholomew $652,000
10th-Gabe Wells $655,500
11th-Brian Stelbuger $648,500
12th-Oskar Silow $638,000
13th-Bob Hotchandani $627,500
14th-Raymi Sanchez Thorn $595,500
15th-Manelic Menaya $594,500
16th-Tex Barch $589,000
17th-John Lane $585,000
18th-James Ocson $583,000
19th-David Bergsdorf $579,500
20th-Tom Sartori $574,500

Other Noteable chip counts in the final 186 players remaining are:

26th-Minh Ly $530,250
31st-Howard Lederer $496,500
39th-Mike Matusow$454,000 59th-John Juanda $354,000
65th-David "C-4" Plastik $342,500
75th-Kenna James $287,500
123rd-Lee Watkinson $181,000
165th-Dutch Boyd $92,000
179th-Paul Darden $69,000

This is shaping up to be a pretty eventful year. Raymer with the chiplead defending his title, Ivey with enough chips to be dangerous. The same for Lederer and Matusow. I can't wait to see what's left at the end of today. As usual, check here for your updates, I will have them as each player is eliminated.
 
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He's got a long way to go, and a lot could happen, but like I pointed out in another thread, he is familiar with the big feilds and also with playing on the big stack. It looks good for him right now. My prediction is that if he ends today with the chip lead, he will repeat.
 
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i tihnk that with only 186 players left, he will make it to the fual table at least, as you say, he is used to the big fields and he is a great poker player, good luck to him, he should have turned pro years ago.
 
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all right any poker ladys that wants to play strip poker freeroll give me a shout. that be cool, but all joking aside girls that play poker are awsome you can win me some money any day. who agrees?
 
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And that post is in this thread for what reason?
 
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I still can Howard Lederer couls still pull it out, I'm still pulling for Dutch Boyd.
 
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Dutch Boyd is all-in preflop with K-10 and is called by Chris Todlewski with A-A. The board comes Q-J-5, giving Boyd an open ended straight draw. The turn is a K. Boyd can now also hit an A for a chop. The river is the 4s, and Dutch Boyd's busted straight is eliminated by Todlewski's pocket Aces.



Hey Diablo, what is the significance of their "feature table"? Is there some way to view it, or the results of individual hands or what?
 
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Im hoping to see Phil Ivey or Howard Lederer win this one ;)

g/l
 
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Damn, I can't belive Lederer and Boyd are gone. And the Feature table is just a rotating slate of players moved to be "featured" when ESPN shows the series. It is usually reserved for the ratings grabbing players and the people with large chipstacks.
 
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no i was talking about cardplayers, they said 144 was their "featured" table
 
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Just checked the chip count. Fossilman is still holding his own.

Greg Raymer $1,550,000 0 0
Rod Pardey $1,200,000 0 0
James Butt $1,160,000 0 0
Farzad Bonyadi $1,000,000 0 0
Minh Ly $950,000 0 0
John Juanda $950,000 0 0
Russell Hamilton $910,000 0 0
Tim Phan $890,000 0 0
Mike Matusow $864,000 0 0
Brad Kondracki $830,000 0 0
Webber Kang $800,000 0 0
Hung La $780,000 0 0
Shawn Sheikhan $740,000 0 0
Tiffany Williamson $710,000 0 0
Oskar Silow $680,000 0 0
Marcella Del Grosso $650,000 0 0
Bing Wang $606,000 0 0
Gabe Walls $560,000 0 0
Ralph Perry $550,000 0 0
Phil Ivey $500,000 0 0
Gregory Rice $478,000 0 0
Jason Lester $475,000 0 0
Kenna James $470,000 0 0
Jarl Jordenson $460,000 0 0
Terry Myers $420,000 0 0
Dustin Woolf $376,000 0 0
Tom Pniak $350,000 0 0
Nick Cassavettes $340,000 0 0
Josh Prager $330,000 0 0
Louie Calvo $330,000 0 0
Andrew Black $322,000 0 0
Manelic Minaya $290,000 0 0
Rob Turner $280,000 0 0
Joe Toth $250,000 0 0
Lee Watkinson $230,000 0 0
Scott Lazar $230,000 0 0
Mike Wattel $215,000 0 0
Sean Doulat $210,000 0 0
JC Tran $200,000 0 0
CK Hua $200,000 0 0
Tom Sartori $140,000 0 0
Peter Hedlund $120,000 0 0
Russell Salzer $70,000 0 0
 
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Tim Phan Busts One - Is New Chip Leader

With the flop showing 9-8-4 Phan bets out, and is reraised all-in for $300,000 by Nani Dollison. Phan immediately calls. Dollison shows A-9, Phan shows 4-4. The turn card is a 9, increasing the number of cards that could counterfeit Phan's hand. The river is the 5s - no help for Dollison. She is eliminated, and Tim Phan is now chip leader with $1,750,000 in chips.

JC Tran is out as well.

Nick Cassavettes, representing the last of the Hollywood stars, is hanging in there with $400,000.

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Raymer Cannot Be Stopped

Gen Wattanabe goes all-in for his last . Greg mentions that he knows he's behind, but decides to call. Wattanabe shows J-J with one spade. Raymer turns over 8-6 - no spades. The flop comes 7s-3s-2s. Raymer has no pair, and no solid draw, while Wattanabe still has an overpair and a flush draw. The turn is a non-spade 5, giving Raymer an open ended straight draw, but he's still behind. The river brings a non-spade 9. Raymer hits his runner-runner straight, busts Wattanabe, and is now sitting atop a stack of $1,600,000.
 
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Sorry, I didn't copy the most recent chip count, but it just changed big time anyway. Raymer is down to about 700K, but Ivey just vaulted to either the chip lead or very close to it. Here's the most recent update at cardplayer.com:

With the flop showing K-K-5, Phil Ivey bets $50,000. Brian Stelwagen makes it $250,000 to go. Ivey makes it another $350,000 more to go. Stelwagen raises all-in, and Ivey instantaneously calls, and shows A-K. Stelwagen shows 8-8. Ivey has him covered and nearly doubles up to almost $2,000,000.

The chips are flying. Raymer just got another big pot to push his stack up again.

After a flop of Q-J-6, Raymer checks. Bonyadi bets $30,000. Raymer calls. The turn is a 4. Raymer bets out $100,000. Bonyadi calls. The river is a Jack. Raymer bets $300,000. Boyadi calls again. Raymer shows 6-6 for a full house, and Bonyadi mucks. Raymer is back up to $1,300,000.
 
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I would love to see Ivey and Raymer at a final table together. Raymer with his bully tactic and Ivey as unshakeable as he is...it would be crazy. I don't think heads up between those two would last more than 10 hands, lol.
 
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Mike Matusow walks by as Phil Ivey scoops a $300,000 pot off of Johnny Howard and exclaims, "You are my idol Phil!" The Mouth's idol is sitting with just over TWO million chips.
 
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$%@#$%. I just went to check the latest chip count before I went to bed, and I was shocked to see that Ivey is all but gone. He must have went all in and lost, and is not at a little over 100k! Raymer is also down (400k). Matusow has slipped to about 800k, and Juanda is now below a million. All the names are dropping like flies. At this rate, it's likely to be a "who's that" instead of a "Who's Who" at the final table. Ugh!
 
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potsplasher, Phil Ivey´s chip count was an error. he has 2 million.......mmmmh.....now Phil is down a 1 million. Come on Phil! JJ also has 1 million. Come on John! and The Mouth has 1.5 million. Come on Mike! Come on FTP team! and come on Casper Christiansen!(he has 400K)
 
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Phil Ivey has 2.25 mill last count

Here are the most recent eliminations:




81st: Shane Bartolomew - $107,950




The following people all earned $91,950:


82nd: Jonathan Kalmar
83rd: Marcello Del Grasso
84th: Kevin Wright
85th: Richard Zapwood
86th: Webber Kang
87th: Gabriel Walls
88th: Jonathan Lane
89th: C.K. Hua
90th: Brian Stellwagen




The following people all earned $77,710:


91st: James Olson
92nd: Jack Earnest Ward
93rd: Nick Cassavantes
94th: Samir Shakhtoor
95th: Mike Wattel
96th: Joshua Prager
97th: Robert Turner
98th: Thomas Drotleff
99th: Peter Hedlund
100th: Carmelo Menechello
101st: Christopher Short

102nd: Al Laughing
103rd: Alejandro Pacheco

2005-07-12 22:50:00 (Pacific Time, which equals to 12:50 Central, which is my time)

Player Amount Table Seat
Phil Ivey $2,250,000 0 0
Tex Barch $2,120,000 0 0
Mike Matusow $2,017,000 0 0
Farzad Bonyadi $1,900,000 0 0
Tim Phan $1,900,000 0 0
Ray Sanchez $1,500,000 0 0
Steven Marx $1,380,000 0 0
Greg Raymer $1,300,000 0 0
Johnny Howard $1,300,000 0 0
Tommy Vu $1,200,000 0 0
Shawn Sheikhar $1,200,000 0 0
Patrick Hayden $1,200,000 0 0
Joe Stillman $1,200,000 0 0
Tiffany Williamson $1,150,000 0 0
Brad Kondracki $1,105,000 0 0
Minh Ly $1,100,000 0 0
Per Hildebrand $980,000 0 0
Bob Larson $920,000 0 0
Radu Butan $900,000 0 0
Joseph Hatchum $880,000 0 0
Michael Kessler $860,000 0 0
James Butt $850,000 0 0
Adam Friedman $812,000 0 0
Scott Lazar $810,000 0 0
John Juanda $800,000 0 0
Kevin Kaikko $800,000 0 0
Larry Pugh $800,000 0 0
Kenna James $770,000 0 0
Rod Pardey Jr. $770,000 0 0
Terry Burt $740,000 0 0
Karlo Lopez $730,000 0 0
Jake Minter $690,000 0 0
Sarah Blaney $680,000 0 0
Oskar Silow $680,000 0 0
Will O Brien $680,000 0 0
Bryant King $670,000 0 0
Lee Watkinson $650,000 0 0
Aaron Kanter $640,000 0 0
Russell Salzar $600,000 0 0
Hung La $600,000 0 0
Andrew Black $580,000 0 0
Bart Rice $580,000 0 0
Roland Israabshvili $580,000 0 0
D Caldwell $520,000 0 0
Manny Minaya $480,000 0 0
Bernard Lee $475,000 0 0
Louie Calvo $460,000 0 0
Yakov Hirsch $460,000 0 0
Alex Morales $455,000 0 0
Jarl Jorgensen $440,000 0 0
Jason Lester $440,000 0 0
Derek Dix $420,000 0 0
Daniel Bergsborf $410,000 0 0
Russell Hamilton $410,000 0 0
David Richardson $405,000 0 0
Bing Wang $400,000 0 0
Jose Rodriguez $360,000 0 0
Vadim Shlez $350,000 0 0
Kelly Zoudo $350,000 0 0
Joe Connor $340,000 0 0
Kevin McCarthy $340,000 0 0
Niklas Flisberg $320,000 0 0
Richard Kirsch $320,000 0 0
Connor Tate $310,000 0 0
Steve Donnenmann $288,000 0 0
Ayhan Alsancar $275,000 0 0
Casper Christiansen $275,000 0 0
Tom Sartori $270,000 0 0
Pat Madden $270,000 0 0
Tony Abesamis $215,000 0 0
Ron Ware $205,000 0 0
John McGrane $204,000 0 0
Dani Awad $200,000 0 0
Joe Berry $200,000 0 0
Nick Gibson $200,000 0 0
Mark Forrester $175,000 0 0
 
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