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Daily Tournaments

Sunday, March 12, 2017

WSOP Circuit: Maria Ho Doubles Up

WSOP Circuit: $1,675 No-Limit Hold'em Main Event

Maria Ho
Maria Ho goes all in pre-flop from the big blind with 5,500 and gets a call from a player in middle position.

Ho, turns over [7d][7c] and her opponent shows [Js][Qd].

The board runs out [3c][5c][2d][4d][9h] and Ho's sevens hold. 

Maria Ho -12,000



WSOP Circuit: Dave Banerjee Eliminated

WSOP Circuit: $1,675 No-Limit Hold'em Main Event

Dave raises to 1,500 from middle position and gets a call from a player directly to his left.

The flop comes down [9c][10h][8d]. Banerjee, then makes a continuation bet of 1,500. His opponent calls. 

The turn card is the [3s]. Banerjee checks. His opponent bets 4,000 and Banerjee makes it to 11,000. After a minute of silence, Banerjee's opponent goes all-in. . 

Banerjee calls with his [Ad][Ac] for top pair and his opponent shows [9h][9s] for three of a kind. 

The river card is the [7s] and the set of 9s takes the pot. 

Dave Banerjee - Eliminated

WSOP Circuit: Jeff Madsen Can't Top Fours

WSOP Circuit: $1,675 No-Limit Hold'em Main Event

Jeff Madsen
Action starts with Jeff Madsen, the 2006 World Series of Poker player of the year, raising to 3,100 and getting a single caller.

The flop comes down [4c][8h][9c] and both players check.

The turn is the [2c] and Madsen gets a check-call of 3,225 from his opponent. 

The river card is the [6s]. Madsen checks, and his opponent checks back. Madsen flips over his [As][Jd] and his opponent takes the pot with his [4d][Jd], good for a pair of fours. 

Jeff Madsen - 38,700

WSOP Circuit: Greg Pohler Gets Aces Cracked

WSOP Circuit: $1,675 No-Limit Hold'em Main Event

Greg Pohler
Greg Pohler, who finished third in the first Circuit event of the series, starts the action with a raise to 800 from middle position and gets four callers behind.

With five players in the hand, the flop comes [10s][4d][9h]. Everyone checks. 

The turn card comes the [Kd]. Everyone checks once again. 

The river card is the [9d] and this time Polher bets 2,800 and gets a call from two players. 

Greg flips over his pocket aces and one of the callers takes the pot with his [10d][8d], good for a flush. 

WSOP Circuit: Phil Laak Eliminated

WSOP Circuit: $1,675 No-Limit Hold'em Main Event

On the flop of [5h][10h][2c], Phil Laak goes all in and gets a snap call from a player.

Laak shows [9h][2h], for a potential flush and the caller shows his [5c][5d] for three of a kind.

The turn card is the [4d] and the river is the [Ks]. With no help from both cards, Phil Laak temporarily hits the rail before using the one re-entry he is allowed for this flight.

Phil Laak - 20,000

WSOP Circuit: Sohale Khalili vs. Lee Gale

WSOP Circuit: $1,675 No-Limit Hold'em Main Event

Lee Gale
Sohale Khalili raises to 750 from the button. Lee Gale calls from under the gun. And another player from middle position calls.

The flop comes [Ah][5c][kc]. It is checked around to Khalili, who bets 1,000 and gets a call from Gale and a fold from the player in middle position. 

Both players check the [9h]

The river brings the [7h] And check by both players. Khalili mucks his cards to Gale's[As][3s] pair of aces. 

Sohale Khalili - 4,000
Lee Gale - 32,000

WSOP Circuit: Main Event Day 1B Underway

WSOP Circuit: $1,675 No-Limit Hold'em Main Event

Day 1A chip leader Nipun Java
The WSOP Circuit is back in action with Day 1B starting today at noon. Some notable players like Alex Masek and Phil Laak, who were eliminated in Day 1A are back hoping to qualify to Day 2. 

Yesterday, Nipun Java, who is 2nd in India all time money list according to The Hendon Mob finished the night of Day 1A as the chip leader and is one of the 55 survivors from the 304 entries. The survivors of Day 1A are expected to return tomorrow at noon to officialize their qualification to Day 2. 

We have 229 players registered for Day 1B already and will continue all day. 

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