Thursday, March 31, 2011
Russell Crane raised to 65,000 before the flop and Will Failla made the call. The flop came [9s][8s][3h] and both players checked. The turn was the [Tc] and Failla bet out 75,000. Crane raised to 180,000 and Failla moved all in. Crane made the call and they turned over:
Failla made top pair with an open ended straight draw but Crane turned two pair. The river came the [2h] and Crane took the hand to eliminate Failla in 2nd place for $20,223.
Posted by WhoJedi at 10:57 PM
Roland Isrealashvili raised to 55,000 before the flop and Russell Crane three-bet to 115,000. Isrealashvili made the call and the flop came [7d][7s][2s]. Crane checked and Isrealashvili moved all in for 360,000. Crane made the call and they turned up:
Crane was ahead with the pair of aces but Isrealashvili took the lead when the [Qs] hit the turn. However, when the [Ah] came on the river, Crane made a full house to win the pot.
Roland Isrealashvili was eliminated in 3rd place for $13,667.
Posted by WhoJedi at 9:08 PM
After Will Failla raised to 40,000, Vinny Pahuja moved all in for just over 500,000. Failla made the call and they turned up:
The board ran out [Kc][Jc][3h][6d][5d] and Failla's pocket nines held up to win the pot and eliminate Pahuja in 4th place for $11,018.
Posted by WhoJedi at 8:24 PM
It was folded around to Brian Horan in the small blind, who moved all for his last 114,000. Will Failla, in the big blind, squeezed out his cards and made the call. They turned over:
The flop came [5d][4s][3s] and Horan took the lead with a pair of fours. The turn was the [7d], giving Failla flush outs in addition to his wheel draw. The river came the [2d], completing his flush and eliminating Horan in 5th place for $8,020.
Posted by WhoJedi at 8:07 PM
Jeff Schwarz limped in before the flop and Will Failla raised to 40,000. Schwarz made the call and the flop came [5s][4s][3h]. Schwarz moved all in and Failla made the call. They turned over:
The turn was the [Ts], giving Failla a set and locking up the hand for his. A meaningless [Ac] fell on the river and Schwarz was eliminated in 6th place for $6,555.
Posted by WhoJedi at 7:57 PM
Russell Crane raised to 26,000 before the flop and was called by Brian Horan on the button, Jeff Schwarz in the small blind and Gary Wong in the big blind. The flop came down [Ac][3c][2s] and Schwarz checked. Wong bet out 30,000 and Crane raised it 117,000. Both Horan and Schwarz folded before Wong moved all in. Crane made the call and they turned up:
Wong flopped top pair but Crane caught a set of threes. The turn was the [Ks] and the river came the [Jh]. Crane raked the pot and eliminated Wong in 7th place for $5,648.
Posted by WhoJedi at 7:38 PM
Silvio Bersani raised to 45,000 before the flop. Russell Crane put in 61,000 in chips but thought that Bersani had just limped in. He had to make it 77,000 total and Bersani made the call. The flop came down [As][7d][5d] and Crane bet 75,000. Bersani moved all in and Crane made the call. They turned up:
Bersani had been out flopped by Crane, who had two pair. The turn was the [Kc] and the river came the [3s]. Crane won the pot and eliminated Bersani in 8th place for $4,951.
Posted by WhoJedi at 7:31 PM
The players in the $1,000 NLHE Deep Stack event are about to resume play after their dinner break.
The blinds are being increased to 6,000-12,000 with a 2,000 ante.
The average chip stack is just under 494,000.
The chip counts from the dinner break are as follows:
2. Gary Wong 283,000
3. Will Failla 705,000
4. Roland Isrealashvili 543,000
5. Vinny Pahuja 330,000
6. Silvio Bersani 441,000
7. Russell Crane 403,000
9. Brian Horan 512,000
10. Jeffrey Schwarz 704,000
Posted by WhoJedi at 6:45 PM
Lu Tsung Min
Lu Tsung Min raised to 25,000 before the flop and Jeffrey Schwarz moved all in for 373,000. Min thought for a minute before making the call. They turned over:
The board ran out [6s][5d][4c][6h][4d] and Schwarz's kings held up to win the pot and eliminate Min in 9th place for $4,120.
Posted by WhoJedi at 5:46 PM
William Van Wagner
William Van Wagner moved all in for his last 63,500 before the flop and got a call from Russell Crane in the big blind. They turned over:
Van Wagner [Ah][5h]
The board ran out [Qs][7c][7d][Ts][Js] and Crane won the pot to eliminate Van Wagner in 10th place for $2,789.
Posted by WhoJedi at 5:20 PM
We are down to the final ten players in the $1,000 Deep Stack event.
The blinds are currently 5,000-10,000 with a 1,500 ante.
The average chip stack is 395,000
The chip counts by seat assignments are as follows:
1. William Van Wagner 90,500
2. Gary Wong 291,000
3. Will Failla 802,500
4. Roland Isrealashvili 768,500
5. Vinny Pahuja 263,500
6. Silvio Bersani 450,000
7. Russell Crane 371,500
8. Lu Tsung Min 278,500
9. Brian Horan 289,000
10. Jeffrey Schwarz 316,000
The final table payouts are as follows:
1st - $37,308
2nd - $20,223
3rd - $13,667
4th - $11,018
5th - $8,020
6th - $6,555
7th - $5,648
8th - $4,951
9th - $4,120
10th - $2,789
Posted by WhoJedi at 4:52 PM
With only 21 players remaining and top 20 cashing, Will "The Thrill" Failla takes a shot at knocking out the bubble boy despite his hand being dominated at the 2011 Foxwoods Poker Classic.
Posted by veeRob at 3:16 PM
We are now down to the final 20 players in the $1,000 NLHE Deep Stack event and in the money.
All players are now guaranteed at least $2,370.
Click "Watch LIVE Video" at the top of the page to view the live feed of the feature table.
Posted by WhoJedi at 3:00 PM
The players in the $1,000 NLHE Deep Stack event are now on their first break of the day.
When play resumes, the blinds will be increased to 2,500-5,000 with a 500 ante.
With 25 players remaining, the average chip stack is now 158,000.
Posted by WhoJedi at 1:29 PM
The $2,500 N0-Limit Hold 'em Foxwoods Poker Classic Main Event kicks off tomorrow at 11am.
Satellites will be running all day in the tournament area.
Players in the Main Event will start with 40,000 in chips and the levels are 60 minutes in length.
Posted by WhoJedi at 12:36 PM
Day 2 of the $1,000 No-Limit Hold 'em Deep Stack event at the 2011 Foxwoods Poker Classic is about to get underway.
The blinds are starting at 1,500-3,000 with a 400 ante.
There are 30 players remaining and the average chip stack is just under 132,000.
You can watch the live stream by clicking "Watch LIVE Video" at the top of the page.
The seat assignments for the feature table are as follows:
1. Will Failla 410,000
2. Jeffrey Schwarz 307,800
3. Thomas Travell 118,000
4. Attilo Bitondo 91,100
5. David Duke 205,300
6. Lu Tsung Min 284,400
7. John Dayton 82,700
8. J.C. Russell 179,300
9. David Brunham 67,200
10. Sherwin Agard 90,700
Posted by WhoJedi at 11:59 AM
|3||Lu, Tsung Min||284,400||1-6|
|8||Hoglund, Thomas Jr.||157,000||2-10|
|23||Van Wagner, William||78,400||3-8|
Posted by veeRob at 1:37 AM
With 30 players remaining, the $1,000 No-Limit Hold 'em event at the Foxwoods Poker Classic has ended for the day.
Play will resume tomorrow at noon.
Stay tuned to FoxwoodsPoker.com for chip counts and table redraw assignments as soon as they are made available.
Posted by WhoJedi at 12:59 AM