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Rafael Lebron Overcomes Tough Final Table to Take $3000 Six-Handed Limit Hold’em Event at WSOP

Defeating a final table that included the reigning World Champion and a master of the Limit game who holds three World Series of Poker bracelets himself, relative unknown Rafael Lebron came through the forest to capture the WSOP gold at Event #38, the $ 3000 Six-Handed Limit Hold’em tournament. One of the men alluded to at the start was the chip leader when the cards went in the air on Friday. Triple-bracelet holder Matt Matros was on the top of the world at the start of the day with 978,000 chips, but there was a major threat right on his heels. Perhaps just warming up for the defense of his World Championship, Joe McKeehen made his first final table of the 2016 WSOP stacked well with 825,000 chips of his own. When the day started, Lebron was in the middle of the pack and not considered a threat. Eight men

2015 WSOP Europe Event #1 – Makarios Avramidis Tops Tough Table in Winning €2000 Six Handed No Limit Hold’em

Defeating a difficult final table, Makarios Avramidis emerged as the victor of the first event at the 2015 World Series of Poker Europe, the €2000 Six Handed No Limit Hold’em tournament, on Saturday night. Six men (hence the name of the tournament) returned on Saturday to determine the champion of this event with Paul Michaelis, who won a bracelet in Las Vegas earlier this year ($ 1500 Pot Limit Hold’em), heading the pack by a wide margin. Holding more than a third of the chips on the table, Michaelis (670K) would face challenges from Ricardo Alvarado (435K) and Stephen Chidwick (354K), while Frederic Schwarzer (242), Avramidis (179K) and a short-stacked Marvin Rettenmaier (90K) rounded out the contenders. Rettenmaier was game fighting off the short stack, getting a key double up through Chidwick just prior to the price of poker going up (Level 20, 4K/8K blinds, 1K ante), but just as

2015 WSOP Europe Event #1 – €2000 Six Handed No Limit Hold’em Day 1: Oliver Price Holds Top Slot with 35 Players Left

The 2015 World Series of Poker Europe has opened the doors of the Spielbank Berlin Casino in Germany with action in its first event on the schedule. The €2000 Six Handed No Limit Hold’em tournament’s Day One action saw a nice turnout and a popular British pro take the top slot for the day’s play. From the start it was obvious that there was going to be a strong contingent of players on the tables and that the play for the day was going to be serious. Looking to knock off 12 levels of play (after a 2PM Berlin Time (8AM Eastern Time) start), the players would be driving straight through the day with no dinner break in the plans. With the players starting with 10K in chips and facing 40-minute levels, the players were jamming the chips in at every opportunity. Only one level into play (and with late

Computer “unbeatable” at HU Limit Hold’em

Laptop experts at the University of Alberta in Canada have created a personal computer program that makes use of best strategy to beat HU Limit Hold’em. Named Cepheus, the system is getting deemed &quotunbeatable.&quot To go through far more or even enjoy against Cepheus, you can go to the university’s internet site here: http://poker.srv.ualberta.ca/. Other articles or blog posts I located that give more specifics are right here: http://www.npr.org/blogs/alltechcons…-is-unbeatable http://www.washingtonpost.com/news/s…ying-computer/ http://www.theverge.com/2015/one/8/751…rogram-cepheus Cardschat Poker Discussion boards