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Old 16-01-2011, 09:31 PM
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Play poker for 3 days and min cash for $15k in a $10,600 event to make $4,400 profit?
with all the sat winners playing, 3 days of playing for 4.4k is probably a hell of a lot more than what they get from their normal 9-5 job for 3 days of work.

But I get ur point.
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Old 17-01-2011, 12:43 PM
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Graeme Putt (during Opening Event): struggling to find the green
Graeme Putt (during Opening Event): struggling to find the green

As is the norm in major poker events, there are usually a few stragglers that rock up late, and amongst those to have recently taken their seats include Aussies Jamie Pickering and Jim Sachinidis, as well as Full Tilt Red Pros Billy "The Croc" Arygros and Van "Sirens" Marcus.

2004 Aussie Millions Main Event champion Tony "The Lizard" Bloom is also here, but Graeme "Kiwi G" Putt may not be here much longer after being crippled at the hands of Tim Marsters.

The money was all in the middle on a flop that read {10-Hearts}{A-Clubs}{J-Hearts}; Putt reavealed {A-Diamonds}{5-Hearts}{2-Hearts}{2-Diamonds} against Marsters' {A-Clubs}{K-Hearts}{J-Hearts}{10-Hearts} and improved to a wheel when the {A-Spades} spiked on the turn, only to be reduced to less than 5,000 in chips after the {J-Spades} appeared on the river to give Marsters the full house.


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Old 17-01-2011, 06:02 PM
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The money was all in the middle on a flop that read {10-Hearts}{A-Clubs}{J-Hearts}; Putt reavealed {A-Diamonds}{5-Hearts}{2-Hearts}{2-Diamonds} against Marsters' {A-Clubs}{K-Hearts}{J-Hearts}{10-Hearts} and improved to a wheel when the {A-Spades} spiked on the turn, only to be reduced to less than 5,000 in chips after the {J-Spades} appeared on the river to give Marsters the full house.


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I don't get where The wheel was?
im more concerned about the 2 A of clubs
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Old 27-01-2011, 05:20 PM
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2010 - 26.8%; 2009 - 29.4%; 2008 - 21.2%; 2007 - 20.1%; 2006 - 31.1%; 2005 - 38.0%

Tyron did well, as did Jamil Dia (2005). Gus got stiffed.
In 2005, didn't they split it when the got down to 3? They'd played for about an hour and were all fairly even, the guy who came third was chip leader and got a bit more than the other 2, they played for the bracelet and the title. Soon as they deal was done Jamil just steamrolled them.
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Posted 12 minutes ago by LandoCalrisian Level 2
Graeme Putt (during Opening Event): struggling to find the green
Graeme Putt (during Opening Event): struggling to find the green

As is the norm in major poker events, there are usually a few stragglers that rock up late, and amongst those to have recently taken their seats include Aussies Jamie Pickering and Jim Sachinidis, as well as Full Tilt Red Pros Billy "The Croc" Arygros and Van "Sirens" Marcus.

2004 Aussie Millions Main Event champion Tony "The Lizard" Bloom is also here, but Graeme "Kiwi G" Putt may not be here much longer after being crippled at the hands of Tim Marsters.

The money was all in the middle on a flop that read {10-Hearts}{A-Clubs}{J-Hearts}; Putt reavealed {A-Diamonds}{5-Hearts}{2-Hearts}{2-Diamonds} against Marsters' {A-Clubs}{K-Hearts}{J-Hearts}{10-Hearts} and improved to a wheel when the {A-Spades} spiked on the turn, only to be reduced to less than 5,000 in chips after the {J-Spades} appeared on the river to give Marsters the full house.

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I don't get where The wheel was?
My mistake. This post has now been rectified - thanks for the feedback.
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