Cookies on the PokerNews Website

We use cookies to support interactive features like login and voting. Also, we allow trusted media partners to analyze site usage. Keep cookies enabled to enjoy the full site experience. By browsing our site with cookies enabled, you are agreeing to their use. Review our cookies information for more details.

Continue using cookies

Tag: Matt Jarvis

Gomez Takes a Chunk from Spinella

We found Anthony Spinella tanking against a 44,000 bet from Alberto Gomez on the end. The board had come , and Spinella splashed in a call after thinking for a bit.

Matt Jarvis Eliminated in 9th Place ($41,344)

Bryn Kenney raised to 45,000 in the cutoff, Matt Jarvis moved all in for 300,000 out of the big blind, and Kenney called.

Jarvis Chipping Up

Mustpaha Kanit raised to 32,000 on the button, Matt Jarvis called in the big blind, and the flop fell . Jarvis check-shoved over a continuation-bet of 32,000, and Kanit folded.

Kenney Rising

Bryn Kenney raised to 35,000 in the cutoff, Matt Jarvis called in the big blind, and the flop fell . Jarvis check-called a bet of 38,000, then check-called another 98,000 from Kenney on the turn ().

Imma Wario, Imma Gunna Win!

Matt Jarvis raised to 35,000 in the cutoff, Mustapha "Wario" Kanit moved all in for 296,000 from the big blind, and Jarvis called.

Andrea Dato Eliminated in 18th Place ($24,613)

Matt Jarvis raised to 17,000 on the button, Andrea Dato called out of the small blind, and Griffin Benger defended his big blind. The dealer fanned , the action checked to Jarvis, and he continued for 19,000.

Chris Hunichen Eliminated in 20th Place ($19,731)

We just lost Chris Hunichen in 20th place while we were following a hand on the adjacent table. The hand was reconstructed by Matt Jarvis who told us that Andrew Lichtenberger raised from the button and Hunichen called from the big blind.

Jared Hamby Eliminated in 24th Place ($19,731)

Whenever you encounter pocket aces and pocket kings all in against each other before the flop you're going to end up feeling really sorry for one of the two players by the end of it.

Tommy Miller Eliminated by Matt Jarvis

Griffin Benger opened to 10,500 from the hijack,, Matt Jarvis called on the button and Tommy Miller three-bet shoved for 108,500 from the small blind. Benger folded, sending Jarvis into the tank for about two minutes before he called.

Karam Hits The Rail

Baz Karam just ended up all in before the flop for about 70,000 chips and he was up against former November Niner Matt Jarvis. Jarvis: Karam: The board ran out and Karam was knocked out.

"Almost There"

Griffin Benger and Baz Karam checked on a flop of . Tommy Miller tossed out 11,000, both Benger and Karam called, and the turn was the . Benger quickly checked, and Karam went into the tank. He tanked, and tanked, and tanked.

Saul Doesn't Know What to Do

Matt Jarvis raised to 5,200 out of the small blind, Kevin Saul three-bet to 11,700, and Jarvis tank-called. The flop fell , Jarvis quietly checked, and Saul knuckled behind.

Double for Jarvis

The flop showed on which Matt Jarvis had checked and Kevin Saul bet 4,200. Jarvis check-raised to 11,600. Saul tanked for a bit before he moved all in and Jarvis called immediately.

Jarvis is No Toole

Action folded to former November Niner Matt Jarvis on the button and he raised to 8,500. Davidi Kitai called from the small blind, and then Jake Toole three-bet to 26,000 from the big.

"Pretty Gross"

Matt Jarvis opened for 6,500 from middle position only to have Jake Toole three-bet to 17,500 from the small blind. Jarvis made the call and it was heads-up action to the flop.

Big Double for Jarvis

Matt Jarvis, who finished eighth in the 2010 WSOP Main Event for $1,045,743, received a big double just before his table broke.

2011 Champ Eliminated

Matt Jarvis, former November Niner and 2011 winner of this event, has been eliminated. He moved all in preflop with the for 1,850 and was called by an opponent holding the . The board ran out , and Jarvis was out the door.

Ray Beats Jarvis in Battle of Aces

In late postion Brian Ray raised to 12,000. Action folded to Matt Jarvis on the button and he re-raised to 27,500. Action being back on Ray and he tanked then re-raised up to 54,000. Jarvis then had a real decision.

Jarvis is Up Lots

Jason Potter raised it up to 2,600 preflop. A player in late position called. Matt Jarvis re-raised it to 8,200 from the big blind. Potter made it 16,200 to go and the late position player got out of the way and it was up to Jarvis.

Kings Get Double Knockout

Matt Jarvis, Allen Cunningham, and another player we were unable to recognize had their cards flipped over with Jarvis showing , Cunningham had , and another player had . The board ran out clean and Jarvis's kings got a double knockout.

123456