Day 1b of the Day 1b of the 2013 Pokerstars.Net Asia Pacific Poker Tour Seoul Main Event drew a total of 100 entrants. The event was held on Friday last week and showcased a very high level of play in all the tables. This high level of play has been similarly witnessed in most of the games held last week in both the tournaments that started this week and also those that came to an end. Among those who made it to the day were some of the major names in the poker world.
The games had eight levels of play and from all the entrants of the day, only 35 players made it to the next day, Saturday, which was the second day of the Texas Holdem Poker event. Mike Kim was one of the players who made it to the day 2 ending his day as the leading stack holder amounting to 179, 300. Another poker pro who made it was Chane Kampanasangokakon who finished the day with a stack amounting to 134, 500 joining the rest of the players who finished the day with over the 6 figure mark on day 1b of the event.
However, day 2 of the event was not so kind to many. The day 2 witnessed eliminations of most players including some of the majors in the games. The games ended with a spectacular display at the final table where most players managed to earn a cool amount of cash as the finalists. The biggest win of the day went to Ben “bittech86” at the $400/$800 put limit Omaha table against Tolerrence. Both players have had a great year in their games and on this particular game they managed to attract a worldwide audience.
Vanessa started making an effect on the live competition circuit in 2005, advancing her aptitudes with a few noteworthy results. A year later, she made the last table of the WPT Championship occasion, completing seventh and taking home over $250,000. In that year, Vanessa additionally turned into the most youthful ever female player around them to achieve a World Series last table, with an eighth spot finals in the $5,000 Shorthanded Hold’em occasion. This was accompanied by triumph in a preparatory occasion at the WPT Poker Open Borgata, where Vanessa beat a field of 173 to win in front of the pack prize cash of amount $285,450. Read more »
Jack Keller, nicknamed Gentleman, was a standout amongst the most productive poker players to star on the expert circuit. His set of abilities traversed numerous variants of poker, from Texas Hold’em to Omaha through to 7 Card Stud. His amazing track record and just about unrivalled ability headed the Poker Hall of Fame to accept Keller in 1994.
When moving to proficient poker in the 1980s, Jack Keller had gone through numerous years with the Usaf. He first turned into an installation on the Las Vegas poker scenes in 1980, not long after moving there from Philadelphia. Initially reputed to be an in number Seven-Card Stud player, Jack Keller soon demonstrated adversaries that he was similarly as great playing different types of poker. In 1984, Keller entered his first WSOP. The occasion turned out to be a basic going stone to his proficient profession: he came first in two competitions – the USD 5,000 Seven Card Stud and the USD 10,000 No Limit Hold’em World Championship – netted almost USD 800,000 in prize cash, and gathered two WSOP armlets.
Emulating his 1984 triumph, Jack Keller went on playing various competitions. He was an incredible devotee of Pot Limit Omaha, and advertised the amusement wherever he could – incorporate Britain, where he made it to a great degree prominent. Whe Las Vegas consumed seven-card stud eight-or-better, Jack Keller was one of the first players to win such an amusement. At the close of his profession, the Jack Keller “headcount” of poker trophies incorporated three 3 WSOP armlets, a Wpo gold and jewel armlet, a Hall of Fame Poker Classic watch, and four Super Bowl of Poker titles.
All around his expert profession, Jack Keller earned a notoriety for forceful playing, and his capacity to sit at the table for extend periods of time while fulfilling one adversary after an alternate came to be celebrated around the world – and sort of feared. This stood in immediate inverse to his average aura, which earned him the moniker Gentleman. Notwithstanding his fierce playing and mastering of about each and every manifestation of poker, Jack Keller was known for his blithe demeanour about cash.