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  • DeMaci Busts Another
    DeMaci Busts Another 06-25-2013

    We arrived at the table on the turn to see Chris DeMaci facing a bet of 20,000 with the board reading . He raised to 43,500, and his opponent went all in. DeMaci called immediately and showed for the nut flush.

  • DeMaci Busts Bunal 06-25-2013

    Chris DeMaci raised to 6,000 from early position, and then Florencio Bunal three-bet all in. DeMaci called instantly and turned over . Bunal held , and he would need help.

  • Fiery Red Section: De Maci Bashing People up & Antonius Out
    Fiery Red Section: De Maci Bashing People up & Antonius Out 07-02-2012

    Two main stories from the red section of the Brasilia Room and they both emanate from Table 67. Our first piece of news is a great start for Chris De Maci.

  • Bronze Section Eliminations: McClung, De Maci and Cheong Are Out
    Bronze Section Eliminations: McClung, De Maci and Cheong Are Out 06-26-2012

    A quick skirt around the Bronze Section of the Brasilia Room reveals three notable eliminations. Chris McClung was eliminated in rather unfortunate circumstances.

  • Chris De Maci Eliminated in 2nd Place ($316,308)
    Chris De Maci Eliminated in 2nd Place ($316,308) 06-21-2012

    Was there really any doubt? It almost seemed that Naoya Kihara was destined to win this. The final hand came when Kihara raised from the button and De Maci called from the big blind.

  • De Maci Picking Up Momentum 06-21-2012

    Chris De Maci has started to feel his way into this heads-up encounter after a bright start from Naoya Kihara. Here is a De Maci hand. Kihara raised to 100,000 and De Maci made the call.

  • Three Bet Pot For Kihara 06-21-2012

    Naoya Kihara raised to 100,000 on the button, Chris De Maci three-bet to 250,000 and Kihara made the call. The flop was De Maci checked, Kihara bet 310,000 and it was enough to win another decent pot.

  • The First Two Pots Go The Way of Kihara
    The First Two Pots Go The Way of Kihara 06-21-2012

    Chris De Maci made up the loose change from the small blind and Naoya Kihara checked. The flop was and De Maci called a 60,000 Kihara bet. The turn was the and Kihara picked up the pot with a 140,000 bet.

  • Four Hands of Three-Way Action 06-21-2012

    Daniel Hindin raised to 80,000 from the button and Chris De Maci defended the big blind. The flop was and De Maci check-called a 150,000 Hindin c-bet.

  • Hans Winzeler Doubles Up 06-21-2012

    Hans Winzeler has been hamstrung on the teeny stack since he lost his chips to Naoya Kihara. He has been was looking for an opportunity to shove but it just hasn't materialise.

  • A Trio of Pots For De Maci
    A Trio of Pots For De Maci 06-21-2012

    Chris De Maci has just won our last three flops. Daniel Hindin raised from the cutoff and De Maci made the call in the small blind. The action was checked through to the river on a board of and De Maci won the pot showing .

  • Three Flops in Fifteen Minutes 06-21-2012

    We are averaging five-minutes in between flops at the moment, and here are the last three. Hans Winzeler raised on the button and Naoya Kihara called in the big blind. The flop was and both players checked.

  • Tommy Le Eliminated in 6th Place ($64,671)
    Tommy Le Eliminated in 6th Place ($64,671) 06-21-2012

    Tommy Le was eliminated on the last hand of the break in a battle of the blinds versus Chris De Maci. The action folded around to De Maci in the small blind, and he limp-called Le's pot-sized raise from the big blind.

  • Still Limited Action 06-21-2012

    With Level 24 coming to a close we are still yet to lose a single player on the final table. In fact the action has been very limited. Here are a few hands. Nayoa Kihara raised to 84,000 in the cutoff and Chris De Maci called on the button.

  • Three-Way Action to the River 06-21-2012

    Chrid De Maci opened the pot to 42,000 from under the gun and was called by Tommy Le and Davidi Kitai from the next two seats. All three checked the flop before De Maci led for 78,000 on the turn. Both opponents called again.

  • Three Flops in Fifteen Minutes 06-21-2012

    The action has reached snails pace at the moment. We have seen three flops in the past fifteen to twenty minutes and here they are. Davidi KItai raised to 44,000 in early position and both blinds called.

  • The Experience of Davidi Kitai 06-21-2012

    Davidi Kitai knows how to win a World Series of Poker (WSOP) bracelet and he is using that experience to his advantage. He really has had an excellent few levels that has resulted in him catching the chip leader with 1,310,000 chips.

  • De Maci and Kihara Like to Tango 06-21-2012

    Chris De Maci and Naoya Kihara have tangled a lot today, and continue to do so. First up De Maci check-called a 240,000 bet on a board. Kihara opened for a straight and De Maci mucked. A few hands later the two were all-in on an flop.

  • De Maci Doubles Through Kihara 06-21-2012

    Is the pressure starting to get to the inexperienced Naoya Kihara? After a quick start the last few pots have not gone the way of our chip leader and that has climaxed with a big loss to Chris De Maci.

  • Doubles Doubles, All Over The Place 06-21-2012

    Davidi Kitai raised from under the gun and was called by Tommy Le on the button before Daniel Hindin raised the pot from the small blind. Dimitar Danchev was in the big blind and raised the pot again.

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