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Tag: Adam Teasdale

Kuether Over the Century Mark

We're not sure of the preflop action but we do know a blind-versus-blind battle resulted in Adam Teasdale being all in for roughly 30,000 holding the against the of Joe Kuether.

Teasdale Spikes a Queen to Eliminate Cartwright; Hui Gone

Kyle Cartwright had a long time to wait for the National Championship having qualified way back in August by winning the IP Biloxi Main Event, which was the first stop of the season.

Maletic Makes His Exit

After a series of unknown preflop raises, Mark Maletic was all in for his last 177,000 before the flop holding . Unfortunately for Maletic, Sheddy Siddiqui held and far out in the lead.

Rose Shows the Bluff

Mark Rose opened to 16,000 in early position, Adam Teasdale called in middle position, and Jared Jaffee defended his big blind. The flop fell , Jaffee checked, and Rose continued for 26,000. Only Teasdale called.

Round-for-Round Play Begins

A player was all in and at risk preflop holding , which dominated Adam Teasdale's . There was a four on the flop however, and Teasdale held as the turn and river came , respectively.

Wade Woelfel Eliminated in 2nd Place ($120,018)

Adam Teasdale opened to 170,000 on the button and Wade Woelfel three-bet to 410,000 from the big blind. A call from Teasdale landed a flop to the board. Woelfel fired 380,000, Teasdale called, and the hit the turn.

Slow and Steady

"Uh oh... 40-80...!!!" So said Wade Woelfel with wide eyes and mock terror at the conclusion of the previous level, and Adam Teasdale chuckled in response.

Teasdale Bets the River

Wade Woelfel raised to 130,000, Adam Teasdale called, and the flop came . Both checked. The turn brought the and two more checks. The river was the .

Two Pair For Woelfel

Adam Teasdale opened to 130,000 on the button and Wade Woelfel defended his big blind. The flop came down . Both checked to see the turn where they checked again. When the river fell, Woelfel bet 145,000.

Woelfel Four-Bet Wins Chips

Woelfel just raised to 130,000 from the button, then saw Teasdale reraise to 320,000. Woelfel came back with a four-bet to 810,000, and Teasdale let it go.

One for Woelfel

Adam Teasdale raised to 130,000 from the button, and Wade Woelfel called. The flop came . Woelfel checked, Teasdale bet 150,000, and Woelfel called. The pair then checked down the turn and river.

Teasdale Takes Some More

Adam Teasdale has increased his edge here during the early stages of his heads-up battle with Wade Woelfel.

Advantage Teasdale

Adam Teasdale raised to 130,000 from the button, and Wade Woelfel called to see the flop come . Woelfel checked, and Teasdale continued for 150,000.

Play Resumes; Fish Wins Casino Champion

The cash is on the table, Wade Woelfel and Adam Teasdale are back in their seats, and the heads-up battle for the WSOP Circuit Harrah's Resort Atlantic City Main Event first prize and ring is underway.

Pete Rios Eliminated in 3rd Place ($87,762)

Pete Rios opened from the button with an all-in raise for about 1 million, then Adam Teasdale reraised his leading stack all in from the small blind. Wade Woelfel then checked his cards, and he also called all in for his last 2,665,000.

Sung Kim Eliminated in 4th Place ($65,124)

The Adam Teasdale express keeps rolling, with the chip leader having just claimed another victim soon after knocking out Terry Grimes.

Terry Grimes Eliminated in 5th Place ($49,000)

Terry Grimes has been eliminated in fifth place following a hand with new chip leader Adam Teasdale. The hand started with Grimes raising to 125,000 from the hijack seat and Teasdale calling from the big blind.

Teasdale Takes Lead

We've had another hand involving some significant chip movement, with Adam Teasdale having taken the lead as a result. Teasdale opened the hand with a raise to 125,000 from the hijack seat, and Sung Kim called from the big blind.

Teasdale Takes One

Play has slowed considerably over the last stretch, with players' mostly content to be patient. The average stack at the moment is nearly 50 big blinds, with all but Wade Woelfel sitting with more than that at present.

Teasdale Four-Bet

Much as he has done for nearly every hand since we've returned for Level 30, Pete Rios opened with a raise to 125,000 — from the button this time — and Sung Kim reraised again to 300,000 from the small blind.

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