Tag: Tom Dwan

Dwan Sent Home Early

Tom Dwan finished the last hand of the night but he didn't have to wait around for the 'bagging and tagging' process. On the final hand of the night Dwan played a pot for his tournament life and that didn't go so well.

Dwan's Fan Wins

"Can I hug you?" a big Tom Dwan fan just said as she stood side by side with her idol. Dwan, who laughed, put his arm around the tiny girl who showed an even bigger smile as her boyfriend took a few quick photos.

Dwan Ships

On a flop of , Tom Dwan was all in for about 11,000 and his opponent was in the tank. "I can't bring myself to do it," the player said, mucking face up. "It's Tom Dwan, what am I supposed to do?"

Hellmuth and Dwan Enter the Room

Eyes lit up and fans started smiling as two tall gentleman made their way through the Amazon Room to their designated tables.

Lin and Yu Join The Party

While the player party kicks off tonight at The Flair Bar the poker party is going on in the poker room right now. Two poker celebrities were just spotted as Winfred Yu and Team PokerStars Pro Celina Lin sat down and join the action.

Tom Dwan Eliminated in 6th Place (AU$500,000)

After PokerStars Team Online's Isaac Haxton raised to 140,000, Tom Dwan reraised all in for around 400,000. Haxton made the call, and it was off to the races for these two with Dwan at risk holding the .

Dwan Doubles

In the last hand of the level, Tom Dwan got his short stack all in holding the and was up against the of Daniel Negreanu. Dwan was well out in front and stayed there as the board ran out .

Quoss Doubles Through Dwan

Fabian Quoss was all in and at risk with the against the for Tom Dwan. Quoss entered the showdown with a dominating hand and held up after the board ran out to earn the double up.

Dwan Shoves from the Small Blind

It's been extremely slow as of late. In fact, the most exciting action happened when Daniel Negreanu raised to 100,000 from the button and Tom "durrrr" Dwan moved all in from the small blind.


Tom Dwan raised to 85,000 on the button, Phil Ivey called from the big blind, and the flop came . Ivey checked, Dwan continued for 135,000, and Ivey folded. The players are now on a 15-minute break.

Negreanu Sets the Trap

Daniel Negreanu raised to 95,000 in the hijack seat, Tom Dwan called in the cutoff, Phil Ivey called on the button, and both blinds released. The flop fell , the trio checked, and the turn was the .

Quoss Makes Quads to Double Through Durrrr

Action folded to Tom "durrrr" Dwan in the small blind and he moved all in to put the pressure on a short-stacked Fabian Quoss in the big. The German looked down at his cards, liked what he saw, and called off.

Haxton Folds River To Dwan

Tom Dwan raised to 67,000 from the hijack seat, and only Isaac Haxton called out of the big blind. The flop came down , and Haxton check-called a bet of 105,000 from Dwan to see the land on the turn.

Full House for Haxton

Tom Dwan opened with a raise to 607,000 from the hijack seat, and Fabian Quoss called from the cutoff seat. Isaac Haxton called from the big blind, and the flop came down . After Haxton and Dwan checked, Quoss bet 100,000.

Altergott First Final Table Casualty

Last week Max Altergott won the $25,000 Challenge (after a five-way chop of course), but he won't be finding anymore success here as he was just eliminated by Tom "durrrr" Dwan.

Ivey Finds a Lady to Love on the River

Tom "durrrr" Dwan opened for 67,000 from the cutoff and Phil Ivey defended from the big blind. Both players then checked the flop as well as the turn and the completed the board on the river.

Dwan Doubles Through Ivey

Phil Ivey opened to 48,000 in the cutoff, Tom Dwan three-bet to 137,000 out of the big blind, and Ivey moved all in for effectively 610,000. Dwan snap-called.

Haxton Wins a Two Million-Chip Pot off of Dwan

After firing six bullets in the $100,000 Challenge and two bullets in this event, Isaac Haxton will need to finish fourth or better to show a profit on the trip.

Ivey Busts Bonomo and Chips Up On Next Hand

Phil Ivey just picked up two pots to move to 1.35 million in chips, which is currently good enough for second place behind Tom Dwan. On the first hand, Ivey busted Justin Bonomo and added around half a million to his stack.

Dwan Busts Two and Hits Two Million

Tom Dwan just busted Richard Yong and Philipp Gruissem in quick succession to move to two million in chips, and he's now the chip leader.