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2017 WPT Five Diamond World Poker Classic Day 4 – Sean Perry Leads Final Table with Ryan Tosoc, Mike Del Vecchio in Pursuit

The penultimate day of the 2017 World Poker Tour’s Five Diamond World Poker Classic is set for play on Sunday afternoon at the Bellagio in Las Vegas. After almost a week of play Sean Perry, the son of poker professional Ralph Perry, sits in the first slot on the leaderboard, but Ryan Tosoc (making his second consecutive WPT Five Diamond final table) and Mike Del Vecchio (who has been around the top of the leaderboard all tournament) in pursuit. The final 18 players came back to the felt on Saturday to work to the final six. At the start of action on Saturday, Ajay Chabra was looking down at those in pursuit. It was quite a list of players in pursuit of him, with high stakes cash game player Lauren Roberts, ‘Big One for One Drop’ champion Dan Colman, Perry, Tosoc and Del Vecchio all arranged on the board behind

Matt Jarvis Enjoying Life Off the Felt with New Ownership Pursuit

Many believe that the life of a poker professional is one non-stop party after another. The different casinos in such glittering cities as Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Australia or (as is currently underway) the Bahamas leads many to think that it would be the epitome of living. For former “November Niner” Matt Jarvis, however, the exact opposite may be true. Jarvis, who was at the final table for the 2010 World Series of Poker’s “November Nine” battle for poker’s World Championship, had never been in that position leading up to that moment. His largest cash prior to the WSOP Championship Event was a deep run at the 2009 British Columbia Poker Championships Main Event, where he finished eleventh for a good five-figure score. Despite coming into the 2010 WSOP final table in the middle of the pack in chips, Jarvis would be eliminated early in what was thought to be

Do you play poker in pursuit of a career or as a Hobbie?

Just questioning what the break up ratio is on players listed here, like are most on some sort of want to be a professional pursuit and investing several hours and hrs making an attempt to get their. Or is poker for you, purely a hobbie and some thing you have a love and enthusiasm for? Cardschat Poker Discussion boards