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Katchalov Clips Vos

Posted 2011-01-26 GMT+11 • Level 7: 400-800, 100 ante

Mark Vos and Eugene Katchalov both committed 2,000 each preflop to see a {8-Clubs}{9-Diamonds}{4-Spades} flop fall.

Both players checked and Katchalov bet out 3,000 from the button as Vos check-called from early position.

The river saw Katchalov toss in 6,000 with Vos again taking the check-call line.

Katchalov tabled his {A-Spades}{9-Spades} to collect the pot and move to 66,000 as Vos flashed his {9-Hearts} and slipped to 23,100.

Play Resumes

Posted 2011-01-26 GMT+11 • Level 7: 400-800, 100 ante

The cards are back in the air!

Level 7 started

Level:
7
Blinds:
400/800
Ante:
100

Break Time

Posted 2011-01-25 GMT+11 • Level 6: 300-600, 75 ante

The remaining players are heading on a 15-minute break.

FTOPS XIX: February 6-20!

Posted 2011-01-25 GMT+11 • Level 6: 300-600, 75 ante

Another installment of the renowned online poker series from Full Tilt Poker is edging ever closer, kicking off on February 6th and spanning a couple of weeks.

Be sure to check out the FTOPS XIX schedule and get involved in one of the 45 championship events on offer.

Who knows, if you're good enough you could walk away with a gold jersey... not to mention the millions of dollars up for grabs!

Scott Doubles

Posted 2011-01-25 GMT+11 • Level 6: 300-600, 75 ante

Andrew Scott found himself all in on a flop of {2-Hearts}{9-Hearts}{2-Spades}.

Scott: {A-Hearts}{10-Hearts}
Opponent: {J-Diamonds}{9-Spades}

The board turn saw Scott take the lead when the {A-Spades} landed before the river of the {8-Spades} completed the board.

Scott is now up to 19,000 in chips.

Opponents Vexed By Vos

Posted 2011-01-25 GMT+11 • Level 6: 300-600, 75 ante

Mark Vos was under the gun when he made it 1,500 for the rest if the table to play. A player in middle position was feeling good about throwing in a raise and it was 4,100 to Vos.

Vos would quickly make it 36,500 and leave himself with only around 2,000 behind. His opponent thought for a few moments before folding and tabling {a-Hearts}{q-Hearts}.

"I didnt have aces, but you weren't in good shape," said a confident Vos as he raked in his new found chips.

The Full Tilt Poker Red Pro now has around 45,000.

Warne Spins a Chip Up

Posted 2011-01-25 GMT+11 • Level 6: 300-600, 75 ante

From under the gun, Shane Warne made it 1,900 before an opponent moved all in for 13,075. Warne made the call to put his opponent at risk.

Warne: {A-Clubs}{K-Diamonds}
Opponent: {A-Diamonds}{J-Clubs}

The board ran out {7-Hearts}{9-Diamonds}{A-Spades}{3-Hearts}{8-Diamonds} to see Warne eliminate his short-stacked opponent while moving to 58,000 in chips.

Updated Chip Counts

Posted 2011-01-25 GMT+11
Chip Counts
Jackson Zheng 80,000 55,000 pos
Elliot Smith 75,000 37,000 pos
Michael Guttman 60,000 5,000 pos
Michael Mariakis 50,000 -5,000 neg
Shane Warne 45,000 17,000 pos
Nikolay Evdakov 38,000 1,000 pos
Joseph Serock 38,000 -8,000 neg
Karim Jomeen 33,000 13,000 pos
Nasr El Nasr 32,000 -13,000 neg
Nik Lackovic 24,000 -5,000 neg
Chris Chronis 22,500 -64,500 neg
Tamara Volkoff 9,500
Andrew Scott 9,300 -13,700 neg
Darren Kramer Busted

Go Go Gorr

Posted 2011-01-25 GMT+11 • Level 6: 300-600, 75 ante

We caught the action on David Gorr's table with a board showing {9-Spades}{10-Hearts}{a-Spades}{a-Diamonds} and a check from Gorr against one opponent.

The player would make it 4,125 to go and when it was back on Gorr he would quickly check-raised to 10,000.

After the player eventually decided to make the fold Gorr turned over {a-Hearts}{10-Clubs}. Must be nice floping top-two and turning a full house.

Gorr moves to over 40,000.

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