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Tag: Barry Leventhal

Event 7: Leventhal Fires Huge River Bet

Four players saw the turn with the board reading . The first two players checked, and Barry Leventhal bet 7,500. The two players after him folded, and the last player made the call.

Barry Leventhal Eliminated in 7th Place ($28,903)

As Level 28 drew to a close, Barry Leventhal raised to 85,000 from middle position and only chip leader Terry Grimes called from the big blind. The flop came . Grimes checked, Leventhal bet 120,000, and Grimes called.

Leventhal Forces a Fold

Adam Teasdale raised to 60,000 from the cutoff, and it folded around to Barry Leventhal who called from the big blind. Both players checked the flop, and Leventhal checked once more when the turn brought the .

Leventhal Keeps His Promise

Barry Leventhal is operating cautiously here at the ten-handed final table.

One for Woelfel

Ten-handed play has begun at the not-quite-final final table. And after a few small hands we finally saw one reach a showdown. Wade Woelfel raised to 53,000 from the button and got one caller in Barry Leventhal from the small blind.

Queens Elevate Leventhal

Barry Leventhal just scored a needed double-up through Jeffrey Wicker when his held up versus Wicker's .

Paul Mullins Eliminated in 24th Place ($6,902)

Following a Barry Leventhal raise to 34,000 from early position, it folded around to Paul Mullins in the small blind who reraised all in for about 70,000. The big blind folded, and Leventhal called.

One For Hwang

Aaron Overton opened to 14,000 in early position and Yung Hwang called in the cutoff. Barry Leventhal called from the big blind and the flop fell . Action was checked to Hwang who bet 20,000.

Buzgon Runs Into Aces

We arrived at Dan Buzgon's table and found an under-the-gun raise from Barry Leventhal to 15,000 and a call in middle position.

Leventhal Has Left the Building!

"GET THE F*** OUT OF HERE!!!!!!" Barry Leventhal just shouted this from the back of the room, then took his cards, threw them 20 feet into the air, and left the room. Whoa.

Bowler Bows Out

John Bowler found his last chips in the middle holding but was up against the of Barry Leventhal. Needing a miracle nine to survive, the board fell to end the day for Bowler.