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2012 World Series of Poker › Event 33: $1,000 No-Limit Hold'em

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Great Call for Steinberg

Posted 2012-06-19 GMT-6

Dylan Hortin opened the action from under the gun and made it 60,000 to anyone willing to pay to see a flop. Both blinds obliged and Joseph Marzicola made the call from the small blind, and Max Steinberg did the same from the big blind.

The flop came {K-Spades}{k-Clubs}{9-Hearts} and all three players checked. The {5-Hearts} on the turn saw both blinds check and Hortin fire out 85,000. Marzicola folded and Steinberg made the call. The {10-Diamonds} on the river allowed for Steinberg to check, and Hortin to bet out 155,000.

This prompted Steinberg to go deep into the tank pondering what course of action was best. In the end though Steinberg made the call and flipped over {Q-Diamonds}{9-Diamonds} for two-pair, kings and nines. Steinberg easily had Hortin beat, as all Hortin could produce was {8-Spades}{7-Spades}.

Chip Counts
Dylan Hortin 1,550,000 -400,000 neg
Max Steinberg 1,200,000 620,000 pos

Nicholson Takes One

Posted 2012-06-19 GMT-6

David Nicholson opened to 65,000 on the button and Joseph Marzicola defended his big blind.

The flop came down {K-Spades}{J-Clubs}{10-Diamonds} and both checked through to the {7-Clubs} turn. A check from Marzicola led to a bet of 70,000 from Nicholson. Marzicola called and the {8-Spades} hit the river. Another Marzicola check led to a bet of 190,000 from Nicholson.

"Wish I was slow playing a big hand," said Marzicola as he folded.

"Well we all feel that way when we have to fold the river," laughed Matt Stout.

Chip Counts
Joseph Marzicola 1,800,000 -70,000 neg
David Nicholson 800,000 170,000 pos

Double for Marzicola

Posted 2012-06-19 GMT-6
Joseph Marzicola
Joseph Marzicola

Joseph Marzicola raised to 70,000 from the button and was quickly faced with a three-bet by Dylan Hortin. Instead of simply calling Marzicola moved all in for 920,000 and was called by Hortin.

Marzicola: {Q-Hearts}{Q-Clubs}
Hortin: {A-Spades}{Q-Diamonds}

The board came {2-Hearts}{8-Diamonds}{Q-Spades}{k-Spades}{A-Hearts} and with the queen on the flop Marzicola was basically guaranteed a double up. Hortin was forced to send over a huge chunk of his stack and has now dipped below the two million mark.

Chip Counts
Dylan Hortin 1,950,000 -950,000 neg
Joseph Marzicola 1,870,000 945,000 pos

Level 25 started

Level:
25
Blinds:
15000/30000
Ante:
5000

Big One For Gerber

Posted 2012-06-19 GMT-6

David Nicholson opened to 48,000 under the gun and Samuel Gerber three-bet to 130,000 from the hijack. Joseph Marzicola called from the cutoff, while Nicholson opted to lay down his hand.

The flop fell {10-Hearts}{7-Hearts}{5-Spades} and Gerber bet 165,000. Marzicola popped it to 375,000, but Gerber came back over the top with a re-raise all in, having Marzicola well covered.

Marzicola spent a good three minutes in the tank before folding {J-Spades}{J-Clubs} face up.

Chip Counts
Samuel Gerber 2,800,000 500,000 pos
Joseph Marzicola 785,000 -675,000 neg

Steinberg Suffering

Posted 2012-06-19 GMT-6

Max Steinberg raised it up to 50,000 from the button and was quickly found himself facing a three-bet from Dylan Hortin for 140,000. The big blind folded and Steinberg made the call.

The dealer spread a {8-Hearts}{A-Spades}{k-Diamonds} flop and Hortin didn't miss a beat, betting out 185,000. Steinberg folded and hast started to bleed chips, sitting with around 580,000 now.

Chip Counts
Dylan Hortin 2,950,000 100,000 pos
Max Steinberg 580,000 -221,000 neg

Stout Rising

Posted 2012-06-19 GMT-6
New York Rangers Captain Matt Stout
New York Rangers Captain Matt Stout

Matt Stout entered the final table as the short stack with 367,000. However, he has nearly doubled his stack without a showdown thus far.

Most recently, he re-raised all in for 613,000 from the small blind after Samuel Gerber had opened for 53,000 under the gun. David Nicholson looked very interested in the big blind, but opted to fold. Gerber did the same, giving Stout the pot.

Chip Counts
Matt Stout 720,000 209,000 pos

Sam the Man

Posted 2012-06-19 GMT-6

Samuel Gerber opened a recent hand for 50,000 and found callers in an early position Joseph Marzicola, Dylan Hortin on the button, and David Nicholson in the big blind.

The flop came {8-Diamonds}{10-Diamonds}{A-Clubs} and Nicholson was the one who came out betting 78,000. Samuel Gerber was next up and he raised it up to 215,000. Marzicola then struggled to let his hand go, but ultimately did fold. Hortin got out of the way as well, and action was back to Nicholson who quickly mucked his cards.

Chip Counts
Samuel Gerber 2,300,000 270,000 pos

One For Nicholson

Posted 2012-06-19 GMT-6

David Nicholson raised to 48,000 under the gun and Joseph Marzicola called from the cutoff.

The flop came down {A-Spades}{5-Diamonds}{4-Hearts} and Nicholson checked it to Marzicola who bet 60,000. A call from Nicholson landed the {9-Diamonds} turn which both opted to check. The {4-Spades} hit the river and Nicholson checked once again, leading to a bet of 125,000 from Marzicola. Nicholson called and it proved to be a good one for him.

Marzicola tabled {K-Hearts}{Q-Diamonds} for king high, while Nicholson took it down with {A-Diamonds}{J-Hearts}.

Chip Counts
Joseph Marzicola 1,460,000 -337,000 neg
David Nicholson 840,000 200,000 pos

Stout Snags One

Posted 2012-06-19 GMT-6

Dylan Hortin continues to put pressure on everyone at the table and this hand was no different with him making it 52,000 from the button. Matt Stout moved all in from the small blind for around 411,000. Hortin folded and Stout showed {A-Clubs}{10-Clubs}.

Chip Counts
Matt Stout 511,000 60,000 pos
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Winner

Winner Max Steinberg
Winning Hand ♦10♥10
Prize 440,238

Level Info

Level 30
Blinds 50,000 / 100,000
Ante 10,000

Players Info