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  • Last Year's Champ is Here
    Last Year's Champ is Here 05-31-2013

    Ashkan Razavi is in the building to day to defend his title and he's already off to a good start with 4,200 chips from the 3,000 chip starting stack.

  • Razavi Sends One Packing
    Razavi Sends One Packing 07-11-2012

    Ashkan Razavi, who won the first-ever $1,500 Re-entry event at this year's World Series of Poker, just eclipsed the 100,000-chip mark after eliminating a player at his table in the Amazon Room.

  • Congratulations to Ashkan Razavi, Winner of Event 9: $1,500 No Limit Hold'em Re-Entry ($781,398)!
    Congratulations to Ashkan Razavi, Winner of Event 9: $1,500 No Limit Hold'em Re-Entry ($781,398)! 06-07-2012

    Five days ago a uniquely structured event began that allowed tournament runners who busted on the first day a second chance. When all was said and done, the event turned up an astounding 3,404 entrants.

  • Amanda Musumeci Eliminated in 2nd Place ($481,643)
    Amanda Musumeci Eliminated in 2nd Place ($481,643) 06-07-2012

    The final hand of Event 9: $1,500 No-Limit Hold'em Re-Entry at the 2012 World Series of Poker has been dealt and it went a little something like this.

  • Ashkan Takes Amanda's Chips
    Ashkan Takes Amanda's Chips 06-07-2012

    Ashkan Razavi has just taken a huge pot to again be out in front by a ridiculous amount of chips. The hand started with Amanda Musumeci opening the button to 210,000. Razavi called in the big blind and a flop would be dealt.

  • Musumeci Doubles In Dramatic Fashion
    Musumeci Doubles In Dramatic Fashion 06-07-2012

    After several hands of raises preflop taking the pot down, Ashkan Razavi raised to 200,000 from the button and Amanda Musumeci announced that she was all in. Razavi quickly announced a call and the rail went absolutely nuts.

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  • Derrick Huang Eliminated in 3rd Place ($347,228)
    Derrick Huang Eliminated in 3rd Place ($347,228) 06-07-2012

    The play slowed down for several orbits, but that has all changed with the elimination of Derrick Huang in 3rd place. His last hand began when Ashkan Razavi opened the pot to 200,000 from the button.

  • Razavi Draws First Blood Back From Break
    Razavi Draws First Blood Back From Break 06-07-2012

    Amanda Musumeci opened to 255,000 from the small blind and Ashkan Razavi called from the big blind. The flop fell and Musumeci continued with a bet of 285,000. Razavi slid out a call and the came on the turn.

  • More and More for Ashkan
    More and More for Ashkan 06-07-2012

    Ever since Ashkan Razavi eliminated Duy Ho just ten minutes ago, the rest of the table is seemingly scared to rumble with him. We just witnessed Razavi take down four out of six pots preflop.

  • Duy Ho Eliminated in 5th Place ($185,378)
    Duy Ho Eliminated in 5th Place ($185,378) 06-07-2012

    We've seen Duy Ho raise to some rather large amounts before the flop during this event and this hand proved to be no different. Ho opened to 300,000 and it folded to Ashkan Razavi who three-bet to 740,000 from the small blind.

  • Olisar Loses; Ashkan with Monster Lead
    Olisar Loses; Ashkan with Monster Lead 06-07-2012

    Ryan Olisar has just faulted somewhat to see his stack plummet, while Ashkan Razavi has seen his stack grow to continue holding a massive chip leader. The hand in question started when Ryan Olisar opened the cutoff to 160,000.

  • Ashkan Can't Put a Foot Wrong
    Ashkan Can't Put a Foot Wrong 06-07-2012

    Ashkan Razavi has continued his ascent up the chip leader board and now has a comfortable lead over the rest of the players. A recent hand saw Amanda Musumeci open it to 140,000 from the cut-off seat.

  • Razavi's Turn at the Top
    Razavi's Turn at the Top 06-07-2012

    Ashkan Razavi raised to 120,000 and action folded to Amanda Musumeci who tossed in a call from the big blind. The flop fell and Musumeci check-called a bet of 110,000.

  • Olisar Picks Up More
    Olisar Picks Up More 06-07-2012

    We didn't see a flop for three hands, with Ashkan Razavi picking up the first and the Derrick Huang opening two pots in a row and getting no action.

  • Brian Rast Eliminated in 6th Place ($137,632)
    Brian Rast Eliminated in 6th Place ($137,632) 06-07-2012

    It was the last hand before the first 20-minute break of the day that would see Brian Rast eliminated in a gallant 6th place. The hand in question saw cards fly into the muck from all directions before it was on Ashkan Razavi on the button.

  • No Flops
    No Flops 06-07-2012

    We have been struggling to see a flop of late. Teh last three hand have seen preflop aggression take down pots. The first of three saw Duy Ho open it up to 150,000 from the cutoff and Ashkan Razavi three-bet to 380,000 in the small blind.

  • Razavi Doubles Through Ho
    Razavi Doubles Through Ho 06-07-2012

    After two consecutive busts, fireworks flew once against when Ashkan Razavi raised to 80,000 and Duy Ho plopped a stack of 500,000 into the middle from the big blind. Razavi instantly announced that he was all in and Ho called.

  • Ash Can Do
    Ash Can Do 06-07-2012

    If you look to the rail here at the Event 9 Final Table you will notice a small group of people wearing shirts that have, "Ash Can Do It" printed on them. That seems to be true in the early stages of today's action.

  • Razavi Doubles Up Le
    Razavi Doubles Up Le 06-06-2012

    Ashkan Razavi raised to 48,000 only to find Dien Le three-bet to 107,000. Razavi called and the two saw a flop of . Razavi checked to Le who fired out 176,000. Razavi announced all in and Dien snap called with .

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