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  • Klodnicki Takes it Easy
    Klodnicki Takes it Easy 07-08-2013

    We arrived at the table, with the flopping showing . Chris Klodnicki had placed out a bet from under the gun plus one, and found one caller.

  • Kenney Scoops 07-03-2013

    Omaha-8 Chris Klodnicki and Bryn Kenney were heads up on a flop of . Klodnicki bet, Kenney raised, and Klodnicki called. Both players knuckled when the turned, and the completed the board. Klodnicki check-called a bet from Kenney.

  • Johnny World Gets Paid 07-01-2013

    No-Limit Hold'em Catching up with this one on the turn with the board showing , it appeared that after checking from the blinds, Chris Klodnicki had watched Hennigan bet 1,700, then Klodnicki had raised back to 5,000 and after pausing for a

  • Gregg Immediately Takes Seat in $25K Following One Drop Victory
    Gregg Immediately Takes Seat in $25K Following One Drop Victory 06-30-2013

    As if winning the $111,111 One Drop High Roller No-Limit Hold'em for $4,830,619 wasn't enough, Tony Gregg immediately came over to the $25,000 No-Limit Hold'em (Six Handed) event and took his seat.

  • Chris Klodnicki Eliminated in 2nd Place ($2,985,495)
    Chris Klodnicki Eliminated in 2nd Place ($2,985,495) 06-30-2013

    Hand #80: Chris Klodnicki limped in, Anthony Gregg checked, and the flop came . Gregg checked, Klodnicki fired out 500,000, Gregg check-raised to 1.4 million, and Klodnicki moved all in for eight million. Gregg called.

  • Last Hands of the Level 06-30-2013

    Hand #74: Chris Klodnicki received a walk. Hand #75: Anthony Gregg raised to 800,000, Klodnicki moved all in for 8.05 million, and Gregg folded. Hand #76: Klodnicki raised to 800,000, Gregg moved all in, and Klodnicki folded.

  • All-In and Chop 06-30-2013

    Hand #69: Chris Klodnicki limped in on the button, Anthony Gregg checked, and the flop fell . Gregg checked, Klodnicki fired out 550,000, and Gregg called. The turn was the , Gregg led out for one million, and Klodnicki folded.

  • Gregg Getting Closer to the Gold
    Gregg Getting Closer to the Gold 06-30-2013

    Hand #65: Chris Klodnicki raised to 800,000 on the button, Anthony Gregg three-bet to 2.2 million, and Klodnicki folded. Hand #66: Gregg had the button, and raised to 800,000. Klodnicki defended, the dealer spread , and Klodnicki checked.

  • Klodnicki Check-Jams Flop 06-30-2013

    Hand #61: Chris Klodnicki had the button, and raised to 800,000. Anthony Gregg three-bet to 2.2 million, and Klodnicki tank-folded. Hand #62: Gregg raised to 800,000, Klodnicki defended, and both players checked on a flop of .

  • Gregg Doubles
    Gregg Doubles 06-30-2013

    Hand #55: With a dead small blind, Bill Perkins raised to nine million on the button, winning the blinds and antes. Hand #56: With a dead button, Perkins raised to 900,000 in first position, winning the blinds and antes.

  • Antonio Esfandiari Eliminated in 4th Place ($1,433,438)
    Antonio Esfandiari Eliminated in 4th Place ($1,433,438) 06-30-2013

    Hand #50: Chris Klodnicki raised to 800,000 on the button, Antonio Esfandiari moved all in in the big blind, and Klodnicki folded. Hand #51: Klodnicki raised to 800,000 in the cutoff, Bill Perkins three-bet to 2.

  • Perkins Leads Final Four; Esfandiari Eyes Second One Drop Title
    Perkins Leads Final Four; Esfandiari Eyes Second One Drop Title 06-29-2013

    The 2013 World Series of Poker Event #47: $111,111 One Drop High Rollers No-Limit Hold'em was scheduled to come to an end today, but thanks to the record 166-player turnout—the highest ever for a six-figure buy-in event—an impromptu Day

  • Perkins Doubles in Second-to-Last Hand of the Evening 06-29-2013

    Hand #44: Antonio Esfandiari raised to 625,000 from the button, Chris Klodnicki called and the flop fell . Two checks saw the dealer burn and turn the . Klodnicki checked, Esfandiari bet 475,000 and Klodnicki called.

  • Klodnicki Takes the Chip Lead 06-29-2013

    Hand #31: Chris Klodnicki opened for 600,000 from the hijack and won the pot. Hand #32: Chris Klodnicki raised to 600,000 for a second hand in a row, but instead of swiping the blinds he was met by a three-bet to 1.

  • Gregg Shoves Twice; Chips up to Four Million
    Gregg Shoves Twice; Chips up to Four Million 06-29-2013

    Hand #27: Antonio Esfandiari raised to 625,000 in the cutoff seat, Richard Fullerton tank-folded on the button, Anthony Gregg folded in the small blind, and Chris Klodnicki defended his big blind.

  • Five More Hands of Varying Degrees of Interest 06-29-2013

    Hand #11: Bill Perkins made it 480,000 on the button and swiped the blinds. Hand #12: Bill Perkins raised to 500,000 from the cutoff and once again took down the blinds.

  • Massive First Hand at the Official Final Table
    Massive First Hand at the Official Final Table 06-29-2013

    Hand #1: Chris Klodnicki raised to 400,000 in the cutoff, Martin Jacobson called on the button, and both blinds released. The dealer fanned , Klodnicki led out, and Jacobson called.

  • Connor Drinan Eliminated in 11th Place ($308,622)
    Connor Drinan Eliminated in 11th Place ($308,622) 06-29-2013

    Connor Drinan moved all in for 1.45 million on the button, and Chris Klodnicki looked him up in the big blind. Drinan: Klodnicki: Klodnicki extended his lead when the flop fell , and it was all over for Drinan when the turned.

  • Schulman Up, Schulman Down 06-29-2013

    Nick Schulman open-shoved for 2.73 million from under the gun. The action folded to Olivier Busquet in the big blind, and he smiled, tanked for a bit, then folded.

  • Klod Building it Back Up 06-29-2013

    Chris Klodnicki raised to 400,000 from under the gun, Connor Drinan called in the big blind, and both players checked on a flop of . The turn was the , Drinan led out for 350,000, and Klodnicki called.

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