Event 32 - $2,000 Seven Card Stud

Negreanu is Mad About Chiu

Happy to be at the same table with David Chiu, Daniel had this to say when David got moved to his table:

"David Chiu... yummy! A live one! Oops... Did I say that out loud?"

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Greg Raymer Enjoying a Successful WSOP

Having already made two final tables at this year's World Series of Poker (both in Seven Card Stud), Greg Raymer is fast establishing himself as one of the top pros in the game today.

With a chance to reach his third Seven Stud final table in the same World Series, Greg continues to back up his 2004 Main Event victory with consistent top finishes in almost every event he enters.

Greg currently has 8,750 chips.

Lisandro Still Searching for Gold

Although Jeffrey Lisandro ranks 59th on the WSOP all-time money list, and 1st amongst Italian money winners, he has yet to win a coveted gold bracelet.

Currently sitting on a stack of almost 9,000 chips, Lisandro is in good shape to make a run at the final table, and the bracelet that has eluded him for so long.

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Another Broken Table

It has taken almost eight hours to narrow the field from 213 to 136, but not to worry, there are still a number of big names to keep an eye on. 2007 WSOP bracelet winners Chris Reslock and Alex Kravchenko are still in the field, along with Main Event winners Chris Ferguson and Greg Raymer.

Stud powerhouses Mel Judah, Chip Reese, Barbara Enright, Artie Cobb and "Miami" John Cernuto are also still in the field.

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Level 7

Ante: $75
Low Card: $100
Completion: $300
Limits: $300-$600

Players are back from break and the cards are in the air.

144 Players Remaining

There are currently 144 players remaining on 18 tables. The average chip stack is $5,916.

Poetic Justice

Barbara Enright barely had time to recoup from her fiasco with rolled-up sixes before she found herself submerged in two more big hands; this time, however, she came out on top -- in both.

She has since catapulted her stack from 3,600 to almost 8,000 and is right back on track.

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Simply, WOW!

An amazing hand just took place at Barbara Enright's table and she was at the center of the action.

When the door cards were dealt, Barbara showed the {6-Clubs} and her opponent, the {5-Hearts}. Doesn't seem like much to get excited about, does it? Well, believe it or not, both players were rolled up -- Barbara with sixes and her opponent with fives!

Wait... it gets better. These were both players' upcards by sixth street:

Barbara Enright: {6-Clubs}{Q-Hearts}{A-Clubs}{K-Clubs}
Opponent: {5-Hearts}{Q-Clubs}{4-Clubs}{4-Hearts}

Barbara's opponent picked up a full house on sixth street and took the lead in the hand. To make things even more interesting, on the river, Barbara paired her king for sixes full...

...but her opponent was dealt the case five!

Needless to say, an insane amount of raising and reraising took place throughout the hand and Barbara was left with 3,600 chips when all was said and done.

Phew -- what a hand!

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