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Tag: Chris Klodnicki

WPT Alpha8 on FOX Sports 1 Florida Part II: What Parents Think, a Gross Nitroll, & More

On Sunday, the WPT Alpha8 continued on FOX Sports 1. Here is our recap of Part II of the Florida stop featuring Bill Perkins and Jason Mercier.


Ryan Eriquezzo believed he would bag 100,000 by the end of the day after witnessing some suboptimal play early on, but after a recent collision with fellow pro Chris Klodnicki, he has plenty of work left.

Chris Klodnicki Eliminated in17th Place ($80,480)

Chris Klodnicki raised to 35,000 from the button and Marvin Rettenmaier defended his big blind. The flop brought and Rettenmaier check-called 35,000. On the turn the hit and Rettenmaiaer checked again after which Klodnicki bet 80,000.

Kings for Selbst

Picking up the action on the flop in a hand between Team PokerStars Pro Vanessa Selbst and Chris Klodnicki, Selbst checked, and Klodnicki bet 30,000. Selbst check-raised to 77,000, and Klodnicki called.

Klodnicki Up To 560K

Jacob Carl Schindler and Chris Klodnicki were in action in a big pot on the paired board of . Schindler was first and checked, which was followed by a check from Klodnicki to see the land on the river.

Busquet's River Bet Wins It

Action folded to Chris Klodnicki on the button, and he raised to 13,500. Olivier Busquet made the call from the big blind, and the dealer produced the flop. Busquet and Klodnicki both checked. The turn was the , and Busquet bet 18,000.

Klodnicki Eliminated by Freitas

Action folded around to Chris Klodnicki in the small blind and he shipped all in for his last 83,000. Fabio Freitas called from the big blind and the cards were turned on their backs.

Ladouceur Over Klodnicki

Marc-Andre Ladouceur raised to 13,000 from under the gun plus one and found a call from Chris Klodnicki in the small blind. The flop came and Klodnicki check-called a continuation bet of 16,000.

Klod Shoves the Turn

The action on the outer feature table folded to Shankar Pillai, who raised to 8,500 on the button. Chris Klodnicki three-bet to 24,000 out of the big blind, Pillai called, and the dealer fanned .

Ladouceur Busts Minieri Near Bubble

Chris Klodnicki raised to 6,600 from the cutoff and Dario Minieri three-bet all in for 42,900. Action folded over to Marc-Andre Ladouceur in the big blind who thought for a moment before announcing a call.

Klod Doing Work

Four players took a flop of , including Chris Klodnicki and Renato Almeida. The action checked to Almeida, who tossed out 6,700, and only Klodnicki made the call. The turn was the , both players knuckled, and the completed the board.


Chris "SLOPPYKLOD" Klodnicki was all in and at risk with on a board of . Unfortunately for the American, Max Altergott had him crushed with , and the completed the board.

Klodnicki KOs Smith

Chris Klodnicki open-shipped all in from middle position and it folded around to Dan Smith who called all in for his short stack from the button. The blinds folded and the hands were tabled with Smith's tournament life at risk.

Glantz With a Five-Bet

The ever active Ole Schemion opened to 11,000 on the button, and Matt Glantz three-bet to 27,500 from the small blind. Fellow East Coaster Chris Klodnicki surrendered his big blind, Schemion four-bet to 46,000, but Glantz didn't back down.

Men of Troyanovskiy

Chris Klodnicki opened for a raise in early position, Vladimir Troyanovskiy defended out of the blinds, and the dealer fanned . Troyanovskiy led out for 13,000, Klodnicki called, and both players checked after the turned.

Three Fours For Schwartz

Flop: Chris Klodnicki was heads up in the hand and first to act against Noah Schwartz. Klodnicki led into the pot for 6,500 and Schwartz called to see a turn. The dealer produced the on the turn and Klodnicki slowed with a check.

Tens Are Good For Klodnicki

The flop read and Chris Klodnicki checked over to Joseph Cheong. Cheong fired out 15,000 and Klodnicki called to see the hit the board on fourth street. Another check from Klodnicki prompted Cheong to move 26,000 forward.

"Omaha" Hand

Noah Schwartz opened to 2,700 in early position, and four players called; Joseph Cheong, Cary Katz, Keith Lehr, and Chris Klodnicki. "It's an Omaha hand!" Schwartz said excitedly.

Brian Rast Defeats Erik Seidel To Win 2013 WPT Five Diamond $100K for $1,083,500

Brian Rast defeated Erik Seidel heads up to win the 2013 World Poker Tour Doyle Brunson Five Diamond World Poker Classic $100,000 High Roller for $1,083,500.

2013 WSOP Europe Day 4: Johansson Leads Entering Event #2 Final Table, and More

Henrik Johansson leads the 2013 World Series of Poker Europe Event #2 final table, and Matt O'Donnell sits atop the counts after Day 1 of Event #3.