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  • One For Peters
    One For Peters 07-07-2014

    Maria Ho raised from early position, the player in the hijack called and David Peters called in the cutoff. The flop fell and Ho continued for 950.

  • Salman Jaddi Wins Event #60: $1,500 No-Limit Hold'em ($614,248)
    Salman Jaddi Wins Event #60: $1,500 No-Limit Hold'em ($614,248) 07-05-2014

    It was the last $1,500 No-Limit Hold'em tournament of the year at the 2014 World Series of Poker and that fact alone was enough to create an impressive turnout of 2,563 players.

  • Peters Loses Flip
    Peters Loses Flip 07-04-2014

    We didn't catch the full preflop action but David Peters had a short stack at risk for 1,300 with and the opponent made the nut straight on the turn with . Allen Kessler had a similar situation, but his held up versus on a board.

  • Wrong End of Luck for Peters
    Wrong End of Luck for Peters 07-03-2014

    David Peters opened and then called a shove to put a player at risk. Peters turned over against the . The board ran out for the hard way to lose the pot.

  • Peters Above Average
    Peters Above Average 07-03-2014

    With a button raise to 4,500 the small blind three-bet to 13,500 and David Peters in the big blind moved all in for 54,000. The player on the buttom gave the blinds a quizzical look but released his hand.

  • McNiff and Peters Square Off
    McNiff and Peters Square Off 07-03-2014

    Evan McNiff opened to 5,000 in the hijack, David Peters called from the cutoff and the player on the button also called. A short-stacked player in the small blind called all in for less and the player in the big blind called as well.

  • Kaverman Krunched
    Kaverman Krunched 06-29-2014

    Byron Kaverman open-shoved his last 131,000 and David Peters called from the small blind.

  • Peters Finds a Double
    Peters Finds a Double 06-29-2014

    David Peters moved all in for his last 115,000 from middle position and the player in the small blind made the call. Peters turned over and his opponent tabled . The board ran out and Peters stayed alive.

  • Break Time
    Break Time 06-27-2014

    Players are on a 20-minute break. The toilets, we guess, will not have a break, though as Day 1a players are just finishing their break. Video: http://www.pokernews.com/video/wsop-2014-david-peters-8904.htm

  • Glen Bickerstaff Defeats David Peters
    Glen Bickerstaff Defeats David Peters 06-20-2014

    Glen Bickerstaff just won knocked David Peters out when Bickerstaff's held against after a flop. Bickerstaff advances to face Erik Seidel.

  • David Peters Defeats Paul Volpe
    David Peters Defeats Paul Volpe 06-20-2014

    David Peters raised to 1,200 on the button and Paul Volpe three-bet shoved for about 17,000 from the big blind. Peters called. Peters: Volpe: The board ran out , no help to Volpe and locking up a seat for Peters in the second round.

  • Volpe Doubles
    Volpe Doubles 06-20-2014

    Paul Volpe shoved on the button for 7,500 and David Peters snap-called from the big blind. Volpe: Peters: The flop came down to give Peters a big lead with top set.

  • Early Lead For Peters
    Early Lead For Peters 06-20-2014

    Paul Volpe raised to 500 on the button and David Peters three-bet to 1,600 from the big blind. Volpe called and the flop came down . Peters continued for 1,500, Volpe called, and the hit the turn. Both checked to see the river.

  • David Peters Eliminated in 12th Place ($33,734)
    David Peters Eliminated in 12th Place ($33,734) 06-19-2014

    Dan Smith opened with a raise to 36,000 from the hijack seat, and David Peters reraised all in for 265,000 or so out of the big blind. Smith called and revealed the . Peters had the .

  • Trickett Four-Bets Peters
    Trickett Four-Bets Peters 06-19-2014

    From under the gun, Sam Trickett raised to 20,000. David Peters was in the hijack seat and reraised to 51,000. Action folded back to Trickett, and he made it 106,000 to go. After a bit of thought, Peters folded, and Trickett won the pot.

  • Turn Locks it for Peters
    Turn Locks it for Peters 06-18-2014

    David Peters opened to 6,500 under the gun, and a player shoved from the button for 41,500. Peters announced a call after some thinking time. Peters: Button: The flop brought , beautiful for Peters.

  • Peters Busts Clark
    Peters Busts Clark 06-18-2014

    Zach Clark was all in with the against the for David Peters. The board ran out , and Clark was eliminated.

  • Peters Finds a Little Luck to Double
    Peters Finds a Little Luck to Double 06-18-2014

    David Peters moved all in from the hijack for his last 18,900 and Dani Stern called him from the button. The blinds got out of the way and the cards were turned on their backs.

  • Flush Draws Galore
    Flush Draws Galore 06-17-2014

    Fireworks flew between David Peters and Benjamin Pollak on a flop that resulted in the latter getting his stack of 12,075 in the middle. Pollak: Peters: Both players had flopped a flush draw, but of course Peters' ace was best.

  • Peters Pawned
    Peters Pawned 06-17-2014

    After an open raise in early position and a call from the cutoff, David Peters moved all in for 20 big blinds with . Original raiser Dutch Boyd called with the and the board provided no help at all for Peters.

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