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Tag: Cathy Dever

Cathy Dever Eliminated in 24th Place ($33,967)

After losing a small pot to Curt Kohlberg, Cathy Dever was down to 106,000. It was folded to her on the hijack and she moved all in.

Dever Enjoying the Friendly Confines

Cathy Dever is a Borgata regular who has accumulated $135,984 in live earnings, with the bulk of her cashes coming right here in the friendly confines of the Borgata Poker Room.

A Queen and Her Kings

Cathy Dever doubled through Athanasios Polychronopoulos on one of the last hands before dinner break, when her held up over the pro's . The board rolled out and Dever's kings dodged the deck's aces to send her the double.

The Bad Beats Still Hurt

"I've been doing this every day for ten years," Scott Seiver told Cathy Dever. "Anyone who says that they don't hurt is lying." Tony Dunst chimed in. "Oh yeah," he agreed. "Just losing in general.

Dever Doubles

A very short-stacked Cathy Dever open-shoved for 65,000 from the hijack seat, and David Grandieri called in the big blind, committing about half of his stack.

Matt Waxman Eliminated

A short-stacked Matt Waxman moved all in for slightly less than 50,000 and Cathy Dever called from the cutoff. Dever had Waxman slightly covered but this was essentially for both players tournament lives.

Gregg Going Goro

Tony Gregg has earned the coolest nickname in poker by becoming the man waiting at the end of poker's biggest games. Since 2008 the mild mannered Gregg has terrorized final tables at poker's elite events all over the world.

Dever Done In

Joe Rodriguez limped in on the button, Cathy Dever moved all in for around 400,000 out of the small blind, and Rodriguez tank-called.

Flanagan and Then Exit

Tommy Flanagan fired out 60,000 into a pot of 90,000 on a flop of , and Cathy Dever moved all in for effectively 300,000 or so. Flanagan tanked for no more than 60 seconds, then called.

Dever Doubles

Tommy Flanagan opened to 32,000 from the cutoff and Cathy Dever flatted holding the button. The flop came down and after Flanagan knuckled the felt Dever shipped for her last 130,000.

Massive Double for Dever

After a series of preflop raises, Cathy Dever was all in and at risk for 175,500 holding . Her opponent was just barely pipped, holding , and the aces held as the flop, turn, and river came .

Dever Takes a Hit; Still Among Leaders

Cathy Dever check-called a bet of 3,000 on a board of , and the completed the board. Dever checked, her opponent fired out another 8,000, and she folded. Despite losing the hand, Dever is still among the leaders with 160,000 chips.

Cathy Dever Eliminated in 15th Place ($11,809)

Aaron Overton opened to 44,000 from under the gun, then Pete Rios called from a seat over. Cathy Dever then pushed all in from middle position, and when it folded back around to Overton he folded, but Rios was quick with the call.

A Few for Overton

Jeffrey Wicker opened for 44,000 from early position and saw three players call — Aaron Overton (middle position), Cathy Dever (cutoff), and Adam Teasdale (big blind). All four players checked the flop. The turn then brought the .

Bluffs Abound

A couple of interesting hands just occurred in which players bluffed, were successful, and subsequently showed.

Jeffrey Einsidler Eliminated in 21st Place ($8,150)

When folded to Jeffrey Einsidler raised to 41,000 from the button, then Cathy Dever reraised all in from the small blind. The big blind folded, and Einsidler tanked for some time before finally calling all in for 259,000 total.

Dever Doubles

After the player in the cutoff went all in, Cathy Dever called all in for 50,500 from the small blind with , leading her opponent's . The board rolled out , securing the double up for Dever.

Diaz Doubles Right Before Dinner

Cathy Dever opened to 8,000 from early position and David Diaz popped it to 22,000 from the hijack. The player in the small blind re-raised all in with a covering stack, getting a quick fold from Dever.

Deliver to Dever

Cathy Dever opened with a raise to 5,500 from middle position and got two callers behind her, David Diaz (cutoff) and Terry Grimes (button). The flop came , and Dever fired a continuation bet of 9,000. Just Diaz called.

Dever Doing Fine

A player raised to 1,200 from the cutoff seat, and both blinds called including Cathy Dever in the small blind. The flop came and it checked around. The turn then brought the .

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