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Event 32 - $2,000 No Limit Hold'em
Event 32 - $2,000 No Limit Hold'em
Day 1 Completed

Play Has Come to an End

We're through the ten levels of scheduled play for today and through a lot of players. We started with 1,534 and around 224 remain. We haven't reached the money yet, as we have done in a lot of $1,500 events, but that'll be to do with the extra 1,500 chips per person in play. Play resumes at 2pm local time tomorrow. Please join us as we made a charge for the money and a distant charge at the final table.

Last Lot of Chips For You

Official ones will come overnight but here's a few for now.

Ryan Broderick -- 104,000
Scott Clements -- 17,000
Charles Dolan -- 96,000
Peter Feldman -- 16,000
John Vetter -- 106,000
Jon Friedberg -- 18,000
Shan "pacman" Jing -- 122,000
Raymond Davis -- 22,000
Theo Tran -- 30,000
Jon Turner -- 30,000
Tony Cousineau -- 30,000
Kelly Kim -- 15,000
Jason Wheeler -- 80,000
Dan Makowsky -- 96,000
Chau Giang -- 15,000
Jan Von Halle -- 70,000
Noah Schwartz -- 55,000
JC Alvarez -- 28,000
Ed Chang -- 93,300
Dennis Phillips -- 20,000
Michael Binger -- 22,000
Neil Channing -- 66,000
Tiffany Michelle -- bust

Sneaky Sunny

It was folded around to Sunny Chattha in the SB who limped before the BB raised 6,000 out of the 12,000 stack he had. Chattha then set him all in and he called with {6-Spades} {6-Diamonds}. The sneaky Chattha tabled {Q-Diamonds} {Q-Clubs} before the board ran {A-Diamonds} {Q-Hearts} {9-Hearts} {8-Diamonds} {10-Spades}.

Chattha up to 75,000 as a result.

Tilt Shove?

Not visible Tilt Shove?

Jeff Williams made it 2,600 to go from LP before a player in the SB shoved for 10,000. Williams made the call with {10-Clubs} {10-Spades} and was in good shape against the SB's {J-Hearts} {7-Spades}.

The board ran {2-Spades} {Q-Diamonds} {4-Hearts} {3-Diamonds} {Q-Spades} to bust the SB and put Williams up to 56,500.

It must be noted that the SB looked very tilted by something leading up to his exit. Not sure what caused it but he might regret letting it affect his game in the morning.

Joke Fail - Seat One

Jay Boyes opens from MP before BB three-bets, Boyes four-bets, BB shoves and Boyes calls.

BB -- {K-?} {K-?}
Boyes -- {Q-Clubs} {Q-Hearts}

The board ran {J-Clubs} {K-Clubs} {4-Hearts} {9-Spades} {10-Spades}. A set on the flop looked good for the BB before Boyes hit runner-runner straight to double to 40,000 and left his opponent crippled.

A player in seat one then opened his mouth and joked " Why do we even play this game? Oh yeah, because sometimes you hit a ten!"

No one else at the table seemed to find this mistimed joke funny.

Battle of the Aces

Dustin Dirksen moved all in for his last 6,900 from UTG before a player in MP moved all in as well. If that wasn't enough a player in LP position shoved too. "See how much they want my blind" shouted the player in the BB "What can I do with ten-duece?"

DD -- {A-Spades} {Q-Clubs}
MP -- {A-Clubs} {10-Spades}
LP -- {A-Hearts} {K-Diamonds}

With all the cards on their back the board came {4-Clubs} {A-Diamonds} {7-Hearts} {5-Spades} {3-Clubs} to see the LP scoop the lot and eliminate two players. The BB was quick to point out he would've made a straight and busted the lot of them.

Diamond Scratches Sub

A player in late position raised to 2,500 before Jeff Williams three-bet to 6,100. LP player then four-bet shoves for 12,000 and is snapped off by Williams with {A-Spades} {K-Clubs}. He was in good shape too as LP had {A-Diamonds} {Q-Diamonds}.

This board changed that though {2-Clubs} {7-Diamonds} {7-Hearts} {5-Diamonds} {J-Diamonds} to make a flush for LP. Williams down to 46,000 now.

A Few Chip Counts to Keep You Going

Charles Dolan -- 34,000
Peter Feldman -- 34,000
Scott Clements -- 12,000
Daniel Makowsky -- 80,000
Chau Giang -- 15,000
Moto Mabuchi -- 12,000
Jan Von Halle -- 63,000
Jon "pearljammer" Turner -- 70,000
Tony Cousineau -- 35,000
Noah Schwartz -- 59,000
Tiffany Michelle -- 22,000
Jason Wheeler -- 83,000
Dennis Phillips -- 20,000