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Tuesday, June 19, 2012 12:54 PM Local Time
Max Steinberg can't seem to avoid a pot and why should he, every pot he plays he seems to win. recently we caught him raising it up to 35,000 from the cut-off. Joseph Marzicola made the call from the button, as did Matt Stout from the small blind.
The flop came prompting a check from Sout. Steinberg wasn't going to allow any checks and bet out 50,000. Marzicola raised and made it 150,000. Stout folded and Steinberg made the call.
The on the turn slowed Steinberg down and he checked. Marzicola however bet out, making it 250,000. Steinberg made the call and both players were witness to the on the river. Both players thought enough betting had taken place and they knuckled for checks.
Marzicola flipped over for top two pair and that was enough to take it down.
|Joseph Marzicola||1,310,000||400,000 |
|Max Steinberg||1,020,000||-340,000 |
Tuesday, June 19, 2012 12:40 PM Local Time
Steinberg continues to play hands and we recently saw him raise it up to 35,000 from the button only to be faced with a raise from Noah Bronstein. Bronstein had moved all in for 227,000 from the big blind and Steinberg opted to make the call and put Bronstein at risk.
The board came and with a pair of jacks Steinberg was able to deliver the knock-out blow to Bronstein who finishes in 12th place.
|Max Steinberg||1,360,000||260,000 |
|Noah Bronstein||0||-287,000 |
Tuesday, June 19, 2012 12:36 PM Local Time
Bradley Kopelson opened from the button and made it 37,000. Max Steinberg three-bet from the big blind and Kopelson made the call.
The flop was released by the dealer and Steinberg bet out 125,000. Kopelson countered the bet by moving all in for around 440,000. Steinberg made the quick call and Kopelson was at risk.
Kopelson need a lot of help if he wanted to be rescued from this hand, he received none as the landed on the turn and the filled up on the river.
|Max Steinberg||1,100,000||267,000 |
|Bradley Kopelson||0||-330,000 |
Tuesday, June 19, 2012 12:26 PM Local Time
Justin Zaki moved all in from under the gun for 239,000, and right when it looked like he might steal the blinds and antes Christopher Shaw made the call from the big blind.
The board came as Zaki was drawing dead on the flop to exit in 14th place.
|Christopher Shaw||695,000||191,000 |
|Justin Zaki||0||-283,000 |
Tuesday, June 19, 2012 12:19 PM Local Time
Ryan Laplante opened for 54,000 from the cut-off and immediately faced an all in raise from Bradley Kopelson on the button. The blinds folded and action was back on the shorter stacked Laplante who made the call for his remaining 239,000.
The board came and Laplante's aces were best. Kopelson was forced to send over a chunk of his stack because his ace jack came up short and now sits around 330,000.
|Ryan Laplante||516,000||244,000 |
|Bradley Kopelson||330,000||-210,000 |
Tuesday, June 19, 2012 12:10 PM Local Time
Bradley Kopelson opened from middle position and made it 32,000. The table folded around to Matt Stout in the big blind and he three-bet to 88,000. A call was made and both players got to see a flop.
The flop came and Stout fired out 75,000. Kopelson's response was to raise and made it 175,000. Stout countered by moving all in for 372,000. Kopelson went into the tank contemplating his course of action. In the end though he opted to fold and threw it away. Stout was awarded the pot.
|Matt Stout||770,000||308,000 |
|Bradley Kopelson||540,000||-322,000 |
Tuesday, June 19, 2012 11:57 AM Local Time
Welcome back to the Rio All Suites Hotel and Casino for day three of Event 33: $1,000 No-Limit Hold'em. This event started two days ago with 2,795 people shelling out $1,000 each. Today only 14 players remain. We will play down to one, and that person will be awarded the golden bracelet along with $440,238.
Vitaly Meshcheriakov comes in today with the chip lead, possessing 946,000. Will that be enough to get to the final table for Meshcheriakov? Another player in the field is Matt Stout returns today with 462,000, a little below average. Stout looks to turn things around and put himself in position to come out on top today. Vincent van der Fluit also comes back today, bagging 301,000 last night. Der Fluit has already won a bracelet this summer and knows what it takes to play on that level.
Stay tuned here to PokerNews for all the eliminations, all the double ups, and the ultimate winner.
Tuesday, June 19, 2012 11:15 AM Local Time
|445||2||Vincent van der Fluit||301,000|
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