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Tag: freddy deeb

Cheong Calls It Off

We found Joseph Cheong all in on the river on a board of . His opponent was doubling Cheong up for his last 12,800, as "subiime" had shown down for sevens and fives.

Kenney's Up There Again

We caught the action on the flop when Freddy Deeb bet 18,000 and Bryn Kenney called. On the turn the hit and Deeb checked to Kenney who fired out 28,000. Deeb made the call and on the river the hit.

Eights for Kanit

Mustapha Kanit raised to 8,000 in early position, Freddy Deeb three-bet to 24,000 in position, and Kanit made the call. The dealer fanned , both players checked, and the turn was the .

Patel Falls to Deeb

Hiren Patel was all in for about 26,000 with against Freddy Deeb's . The board ran out , no help to Patel, securing the pot for Deeb.

Stout Out

Matt Stout moved all in for 13,300 on the button, and Freddy Deeb looked him up in the big blind. Stout: Deeb: Deeb's dominant ace held up as the board ran out , and Stout was eliminated. Deeb chipped up to 67,400.

Deeb Doubles, Still Short

Freddy Deeb doubled to 3,700 but is still incredibly short.

Fours Good Enough For Mercier

Jason Mercier opened with a raise and Freddy Deeb called from the cutoff. Randy Ohel tagged along from the big blind and the three went to the draw. Mercier drew three cards while his opponents each took two.

Small One for Deeb

Two-time World Series of Poker bracelet winner Freddy Deeb is still alive and thriving in today's event. Deeb won his first WSOP bracelet back in 1996 when he bested the field in a $5,000 2-7 Draw event.

Freddy Deeb Eliminated

Christopher Lindh raised to 4,800, and Freddy Deeb shoved all in. Lindh asked for an exact count, and after a minute of sorting his chips, Deeb told him it was 74,200.

Salas Doubles Through Deeb

We arrived at the table on the flop with the board reading . Damian Salas bet 20,100 from the small blind position, and Freddy Deeb called on the button. The turn was the , and Salas bet all in for 64,900.

Deeb Knocks Out a Player....or Does He?

We heard a bit of a commotion coming from Freddy Deeb's table, and walked over to see that he was involved in the hand being discussed. Here is what we saw when we got there.

Deeb Lets One Go, Intensity in the Air

Christopher Lindh raised to 3,500 preflop, and Freddy Deeb three-bet to 11,000. Lindh thought for a minute, and as he was thinking, you could feel the intensity in the air.

Deeb Loses a Chunk in Controversial Pot

A player raised to 1,600 from early position, and Freddy Deeb three-bet to 5,100 from the cutoff. The button silently tossed two orange chips into the middle, and the original raiser folded.

Freddy's Back

Freddy Deeb, who has accumulated one the largest stacks we've seen so far, disappeared during the last level. He returned to the table after dinner, however, and is picking up right where he left off: taking chips.

Finding Freddy

The seat formerly occupied by Freddy Deeb is empty, but Deeb's monster chip stack is still there. Deeb has been gone for about 45 minutes now, letting his chips very slowly blind away.

Deeb Busts One

Picking up the action after a flop, an opponent got his stack of 7,675 all in with against Freddy Deeb's . The turn changed nothing, but the river gave Deeb a straight to secure the elimination.

Deeb Done, Luske Leaves

Omaha-8 We've lost two more from the field as both Freddy Deeb and Marcel Luske have hit the rail during the Omaha-8 round at their respective tables.

Deeb Folds On Seventh

Stud Konstantin Puchkov / (FOLDED) Scott Clements / (FOLDED) Freddy Deeb / / Joe Cassidy / / Steve Zolotow had the showing and was the bring in.

Flopped Flush Over Flush

On a flop Freddy Deeb was all in for 90,800 more. Masa Kagawa, in the big blind, had already bet or raised to 32,000 but needed 90,800 more to make the call. After at least three full minutes of thinking he tossed in the chips.

Freddy Felted in 27th

With both Freddy Deeb and Shaun Deeb still among the final 27, ideas of a Deeb-Deeb heads-up match to conclude Event #41 had begun to occur to us. Alas, the Deeb-vs.

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