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  • Peters Turns Set and Doubles His Stack
    Peters Turns Set and Doubles His Stack 07-09-2013

    David Peters has doubled up after having a set of tens paid off moments ago. We joined the action on a board reading where Peters led for 2,200 from his seat in late position.

  • Joseph Cheong vs. David Peters
    Joseph Cheong vs. David Peters 07-09-2013

    Joseph Cheong raised to 600 from under the gun and David Peters called from the hijack. The flop fell and Cheong continued for 900. A call from Peters landed the turn which Cheong bet 1,625 at.

  • Jones Doesn't Fall for Ivey's Trap
    Jones Doesn't Fall for Ivey's Trap 07-05-2013

    Phil Ivey opened the pot with a raise to 600 from early position and his only customer was the talented young British pro Rhys Jones who was seated in the second best seat in the house, the cutoff.

  • Peters Pushes and Doubles
    Peters Pushes and Doubles 07-04-2013

    Jonathan Cohen opened to 6,500 from under the gun and David Peters moved all in for an additional 42,700. Cohen made the call and the cards were tabled.

  • Ojiri leads; Arieh Healthy
    Ojiri leads; Arieh Healthy 07-03-2013

    After 10 levels of play, Day 2 has come to an end for Event #56: $2,500 No-Limit Hold'em. OJ Ojiri holds the chip lead with 1,510,000 followed by Rahul Raju Byrraju with 1,190,000.

  • Peters Eliminated
    Peters Eliminated 07-03-2013

    David Peters moved all in under the gun for 25,500. A player in the hijack made the call, only to see the small blind go all in behind him for 48,800. The hijack thought for a bit before calling.

  • Karambinis Wins A Huge Pot
    Karambinis Wins A Huge Pot 07-03-2013

    We came to the action with the board of already showing. It appeared everyone checked to David Peters on the button who bet 13,200.

  • Peters Forces a Fold
    Peters Forces a Fold 07-03-2013

    David Peters, who was under the gun, bet 12,500 into Elias Jaajaa. After a couple of minutes of thought, Jaajaa folded, and Peters took the pot.

  • Some More All Ins
    Some More All Ins 07-03-2013

    Leandro Vlastaris survived his first all in of the day when he flopped a set with pocket jacks against one of our Day 2 chip leaders, Floren Feenstia. David Peters also survived an all in when his was up against his opponents .

  • Peters Busts Esfandiari
    Peters Busts Esfandiari 07-02-2013

    We walked up to the table just as Antonio Esfandiari went all-in for 20,200 of his remaining chips. David Peters, two seats to the left, also announced, "All in," after a short tank.

  • Peters Bets a Dry Board
    Peters Bets a Dry Board 07-02-2013

    We walked into a hand with David Peters, where he let out a 4,100 bet into a board. His opponent thought long and hard, possibly pondering whether a weak kicker on his king was good enough, before folding a minute later.

  • Chop It Up
    Chop It Up 07-02-2013

    On a | board we saw David Peters bet 625 from the big blind. The player on the button made the call and the river was brought out: . Peters thought about it for a second, before checking.

  • Peters Takes From Liu
    Peters Takes From Liu 06-30-2013

    With the flop reading , J.J. Liu checked from middle position, before David Peters bet out 875. Liu quickly reached for chips, before throwing in a raise to 2,550. Peters made the call, as both players saw the come on the turn.

  • Peters Jams the River
    Peters Jams the River 06-27-2013

    Daniel Alaei raised to 7,500 from under the gun, David Peters called in middle position, and Keven Stammen three-bet to 21,500 on the button. Only Peters called. The flop fell , Peters checked, and Stammen fired out 26,000.

  • Table 453
    Table 453 06-27-2013

    Greg Mueller opened to 5,500 from under the gun, and four players called including Daniel Alaei (cutoff), Bill Perkins (button), David Peters (small blind), and Jeff Gross (big blind).

  • Mizrachi Grinded Down and Out
    Mizrachi Grinded Down and Out 06-27-2013

    We noticed Michael "The Grinder" Mizrachi's chair was empty and a quick check with Trevor Pope confirmed his elimination. According to Pope, David Peters opened under the gun and Mizrachi defended from the big blind with .

  • Pocket Tens for Peters
    Pocket Tens for Peters 06-27-2013

    Action folded to David Peters in the cutoff and he min-raised to 1,200. Jeff Gross, who was next to act on the button, responded with a three-bet to approximately 2,500, which pushed both the blinds out of the pot.

  • Victor Figueroa Leads; Noah Vaillancourt Close Behind
    Victor Figueroa Leads; Noah Vaillancourt Close Behind 06-20-2013

    Event #34: $1,000 Turbo No-Limit Hold’em began today with 1,629 players and true to its “turbo” format, the tournament lost 1,594 players at a record pace to end the day with just 35 players and well into the money.

  • Peters Trying for Another Deep Run
    Peters Trying for Another Deep Run 06-15-2013

    David Peters already has four deep runs this series. He is hoping to make it five with this event. He recently took a nice little pot when he bet 1,850 into an already juicy pot on the river of a board of .

  • Peters Doubles
    Peters Doubles 06-10-2013

    On a flop of we saw David Peters call a 12,000 bet in position. The turn brought the and Peters neighbor shoved all in. Peters made a quick and (by the looks of it) easy call with . He was up against so all he needed to fade was the .

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