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#1 FCP Bob

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Posted 24 March 2012 - 07:48 AM

http://www.pokerstar...sed-092426.htmlPokerStars SCOOP 2012 ScheduleNote: Before the Tournaments Team sets things in stone, they'd like to hear from our players with feedback on the planned events. If you'd like to give feedback on what's planned, please drop the SCOOP team a line by writing to scoop@pokerstars.comSunday, May 6th11:00 ET - Event 01-L: $27 (2) NL Hold'em (6-Max)11:00 ET - Event 01-M: $215 (4) NL Hold'em (6-Max)11:00 ET - Event 01-H: $2,100 (6) NL Hold'em (6-Max)14:30 ET - Event 02-L: $27 (2) NL Hold'em14:30 ET - Event 02-M: $215 (4) NL Hold'em14:30 ET - Event 02-H: $2,100 (6) NL Hold'emMonday, May 7th11:00 ET - Event 03-L: $5.50 NL Hold'em (6-Max, Rebuys)11:00 ET - Event 03-M: $55 NL Hold'em (6-Max, Rebuys)11:00 ET - Event 03-H: $530 NL Hold'em (6-Max, Rebuys)14:00 ET - Event 04-L: $7.50 (1) FL Badugi14:00 ET - Event 04-M: $82 (3) FL Badugi14:00 ET - Event 04-H: $700 (5) FL Badugi17:00 ET - Event 05-L: $11 NL Hold'em (Rebuys, 2x-Turbo)17:00 ET - Event 05-M: $109 NL Hold'em (Rebuys, 2x-Turbo)17:00 ET - Event 05-H: $1,050 NL Hold'em (Rebuys, 2x-Turbo)Tuesday, May 8th11:00 ET - Event 06-L: $11 NL Draw11:00 ET - Event 06-M: $109 NL Draw11:00 ET - Event 06-H: $1,050 NL Draw14:00 ET - Event 07-L: $7.50 (1) NL Hold'em (Heads-Up)14:00 ET - Event 07-M: $82 (3) NL Hold'em (Heads-Up)14:00 ET - Event 07-H: $700 (5) NL Hold'em (Heads-Up)17:00 ET - Event 08-L: $27 (2) NL Hold'em (SuperKnockout, Turbo)17:00 ET - Event 08-M: $215 (4) NL Hold'em (SuperKnockout, Turbo)17:00 ET - Event 08-H: $2,100 (6) NL Hold'em (SuperKnockout, Turbo)Wednesday, May 9th11:00 ET - Event 09-L: $27 (2) Mixed Hold'em (6-Max)11:00 ET - Event 09-M: $215 (4) Mixed Hold'em (6-Max)11:00 ET - Event 09-H: $2,100 (6) Mixed Hold'em (6-Max)14:00 ET - Event 10-L: $27 (2) Stud14:00 ET - Event 10-M: $215 (4) Stud14:00 ET - Event 10-H: $2,100 (6) StudThursday, May 10th11:00 ET - Event 11-L: $27 (2) PL Omaha (Heads-Up)11:00 ET - Event 11-M: $215 (4) PL Omaha (Heads-Up)11:00 ET - Event 11-H: $2,100 (6) PL Omaha (Heads-Up)14:00 ET - Event 12-L: $27 (2) NL Hold'em (Knockout)14:00 ET - Event 12-M: $265 NL Hold'em (Knockout)14:00 ET - Event 12-H: $2,600 NL Hold'em (Knockout)Friday, May 11th11:00 ET - Event 13-L: $7.50 (1) NL Hold'em (Ante Up)11:00 ET - Event 13-M: $82 (3) NL Hold'em (Ante Up)11:00 ET - Event 13-H: $700 (5) NL Hold'em (Ante Up)14:00 ET - Event 14-L: $55 FL Omaha Hi/Lo14:00 ET - Event 14-M: $530 FL Omaha Hi/Lo14:00 ET - Event 14-H: $5,200 FL Omaha Hi/Lo17:00 ET - Event 15-L: $27 (2) NL Hold'em (2x Chance, Turbo)17:00 ET - Event 15-M: $215 (4) NL Hold'em (2x Chance, Turbo)17:00 ET - Event 15-H: $2,100 (6) NL Hold'em (2x Chance, Turbo)Saturday, May 12th11:00 ET - Event 16-L: $27 (2) NL Hold'em (10-Max, Shootout)11:00 ET - Event 16-M: $215 (4) NL Hold'em (10-Max, Shootout)11:00 ET - Event 16-H: $2,100 (6) NL Hold'em (10-Max, Shootout)14:00 ET - Event 17-L: $11 PL Omaha (6-Max, Rebuys)14:00 ET - Event 17-M: $109 PL Omaha (6-Max, Rebuys)14:00 ET - Event 17-H: $1,050 PL Omaha (6-Max, Rebuys)17:00 ET - Event 18-L: $27 (2) Triple Stud17:00 ET - Event 18-M: $215 (4) Triple Stud17:00 ET - Event 18-H: $2,100 (6) Triple StudSunday, May 13th11:00 ET - Event 19-L: $27 (2) NL Hold'em11:00 ET - Event 19-M: $215 (4) NL Hold'em11:00 ET - Event 19-H: $2,100 (6) NL Hold'em14:30 ET - Event 20-L: $27 (2) NL Hold'em14:30 ET - Event 20-M: $215 (4) NL Hold'em14:30 ET - Event 20-H: $2,100 (6) NL Hold'emMonday, May 14th11:00 ET - Event 21-L: $11 Mixed NLHE/PLO11:00 ET - Event 21-M: $109 Mixed NLHE/PLO11:00 ET - Event 21-H: $1,050 Mixed NLHE/PLO14:00 ET - Event 22-L: $55 NL Hold'em (4-Max)14:00 ET - Event 22-M: $530 NL Hold'em (4-Max)14:00 ET - Event 22-H: $5,200 NL Hold'em (4-Max)17:00 ET - Event 23-L: $11 PL Omaha (1R1A, Turbo)17:00 ET - Event 23-M: $109 PL Omaha (1R1A, Turbo)17:00 ET - Event 23-H: $1,050 PL Omaha (1R1A, Turbo)Tuesday, May 15th11:00 ET - Event 24-L: $11 Triple Draw 2-711:00 ET - Event 24-M: $109 Triple Draw 2-711:00 ET - Event 24-H: $1,050 Triple Draw 2-714:00 ET - Event 25-L: $27 (2) Stud Hi/Lo14:00 ET - Event 25-M: $215 (4) Stud Hi/Lo14:00 ET - Event 25-H: $2,100 (6) Stud Hi/Lo17:00 ET - Event 26-L: $27 (2) NL Hold'em (SuperKnockout, 6-Max, Turbo)17:00 ET - Event 26-M: $215 (4) NL Hold'em (SuperKnockout, 6-Max, Turbo)17:00 ET - Event 26-H: $2,100 (6) NL Hold'em (SuperKnockout, 6-Max, Turbo)Wednesday, May 16th11:00 ET - Event 27-L: $27 (2) Razz11:00 ET - Event 27-M: $215 (4) Razz11:00 ET - Event 27-H: $2,100 (6) Razz14:00 ET - Event 28-L: $11 NL Hold'em (Big Antes, Rebuys)14:00 ET - Event 28-M: $109 NL Hold'em (Big Antes, Rebuys)14:00 ET - Event 28-H: $1,050 NL Hold'em (Big Antes, Rebuys)Thursday, May 17th11:00 ET - Event 29-L: $27 (2) 8-Game11:00 ET - Event 29-M: $215 (4) 8-Game11:00 ET - Event 29-H: $2,100 (6) 8-Game14:00 ET - Event 30-L: $7.50 (1) PL Omaha Hi/Lo14:00 ET - Event 30-M: $82 (3) PL Omaha Hi/Lo14:00 ET - Event 30-H: $700 (5) PL Omaha Hi/LoFriday, May 18th11:00 ET - Event 31-L: $27 (2) NL Hold'em (1R1A)11:00 ET - Event 31-M: $215 (4) NL Hold'em (1R1A)11:00 ET - Event 31-H: $2,100 (6) NL Hold'em (1R1A)14:00 ET - Event 32-L: $55 FL Hold'em (6-Max)14:00 ET - Event 32-M: $530 FL Hold'em (6-Max)14:00 ET - Event 32-H: $5,200 FL Hold'em (6-Max)17:00 ET - Event 33-L: $27 (2) NL Omaha Hi/Lo (10-Minute Levels)17:00 ET - Event 33-M: $215 (4) NL Omaha Hi/Lo (10-Minute Levels)17:00 ET - Event 33-H: $2,100 (6) NL Omaha Hi/Lo (10-Minute Levels)Saturday, May 19th11:00 ET - Event 34-L: $55 PL Omaha (6-Max)11:00 ET - Event 34-M: $530 PL Omaha (6-Max)11:00 ET - Event 34-H: $5,200 PL Omaha (6-Max)14:00 ET - Event 35-L: $27 (2) HORSE14:00 ET - Event 35-M: $215 (4) HORSE14:00 ET - Event 35-H: $2,100 (6) HORSESunday, May 20th11:00 ET - Event 36-L: $27 (2) NL Hold'em (6-Max)11:00 ET - Event 36-M: $215 (4) NL Hold'em (6-Max)11:00 ET - Event 36-H: $2,100 (6) NL Hold'em (6-Max)12:30 ET - Event 37-L: $215 (4) NL Hold'em (Heads-Up)12:30 ET - Event 37-M: $2,100 (6) NL Hold'em (Heads-Up)12:30 ET - Event 37-H: $21,000 NL Hold'em (Heads-Up)14:30 ET - Event 38-L: $82 (3) Main Event - L14:30 ET - Event 38-M: $700 (5) Main Event - M14:30 ET - Event 38-H: $7,500 Main Event - HGuarantees will be announced when the series is posted to the PokerStars client.Legend:(1) accepts Step 1 ticket for entry(2) accepts Step 2 ticket for entry(3) accepts Step 3 ticket for entry(4) accepts Step 4 ticket for entry(5) accepts Step 5 ticket for entry(6) accepts Step 6 ticket for entry- 2x-Turbo: The rebuy period is 60 minutes, twice the normal length for a turbo tournament. The starting, rebuy, and add-on stacks are tailored to fit the format.- SuperKnockout: Buy-in and knockout amounts are equivalent. For example, in Event 08-L, $13 will go to the prize pool, $13 to the knockout pool ($1 rake).- Ante Up: In this tournament type, (invented at PokerStars), the blinds do not rise at any point in the structure. Antes are in place from the start and rise steadily.- 2x Chance: Players may rebuy after having been busted. Each player may rebuy a maximum of one time.- 1R1A: Players may take up to 1 rebuy and 1 add-on. Rebuys are available at any time during the rebuy period, regardless of the player's stack size.- Big Antes: The antes, in place from the start of the tournament, are larger than normal for a NL Hold'em structure.
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Posted 24 March 2012 - 10:45 AM

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Posted 24 March 2012 - 02:12 PM

View Postkobe2odom8, on Saturday, March 24th, 2012, 1:45 PM, said:

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Posted 13 April 2012 - 11:10 AM

The full schedule is out now.http://www.pokerstar...che-092924.htmlI'll most likely be in the LOW Razz, 8 game, Triple Stud and Horse with a few hold em events in between.
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Posted 13 April 2012 - 06:21 PM

View Postkobe2odom8, on Saturday, March 24th, 2012, 2:45 PM, said:

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you must be back home aw
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Posted 16 April 2012 - 10:57 AM

Definitely playing a couple of the mid range tournaments, NLH and PLO.
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Posted 17 April 2012 - 06:49 AM

Super KO, imo
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Posted 17 April 2012 - 07:40 AM

There is a change to how to Player Of The Series prizes are awarded this year.There will now be separate leaderboards for Low, Medium and High. Previously if you wanted to have any chance with the TLB you would have to play in all of them. Now even players who are only bankrolled for the low events have a chance of winning something big, top prize is a PCA package.All the info on the PokerStars Blog

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Posted 05 May 2012 - 09:29 AM

SCOOP starts tomorrow, good luck everybody.
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Posted 05 May 2012 - 03:58 PM

80 billionth hand tomorrow too around 9am EST
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Posted 06 May 2012 - 02:52 AM

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Posted 08 May 2012 - 02:34 PM

Isildur won #2-M $215 NL for $247k, beat > 8k playersHe's HU with a 3.4M to 2.2M CL in #3-H $530 rebuy. First is $160kEdit: he shipped itDN playing a little NL 5 card draw. He's 6/14 in the $1k and 12 cash. $23k for first
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Posted 08 May 2012 - 03:15 PM

Mincashed the low 5-card draw and low HU earlier. Currently at 7.5k in 08-M.

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Posted 08 May 2012 - 03:17 PM

View PostKingJames, on 08 May 2012 - 02:34 PM, said:

Isildur won #2-M $215 NL for $247k, beat > 8k playersHe's HU with a 3.4M to 2.2M CL in #3-H $530 rebuy. First is $160kEdit: he shipped itDN playing a little NL 5 card draw. He's 6/14 in the $1k and 12 cash. $23k for first
Islidur shipped his 2nd winDaniel is ITM and is currently CL with 12 left, Elky also doing okay here
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Posted 08 May 2012 - 05:15 PM

final table gl Daniel 4/6 Elky is 1/6
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Posted 08 May 2012 - 05:28 PM

hands between Daniel and elkyPokerStars Hand #80147226736: Tournament #2012050063, $1000+$50 USD 5 Card Draw No Limit - Level XIX (600/1200) - 2012/05/08 21:27:08 ETTable '2012050063 4' 6-max Seat #6 is the buttonSeat 1: Metalguru84 (63146 in chips)Seat 2: Gagarin007 (69145 in chips)Seat 3: KidPoker (68142 in chips)Seat 4: Iftarii (30311 in chips)Seat 5: Maestro Shao (86894 in chips)Seat 6: ElkY (102362 in chips)Metalguru84: posts the ante 300Gagarin007: posts the ante 300KidPoker: posts the ante 300Iftarii: posts the ante 300Maestro Shao: posts the ante 300ElkY: posts the ante 300Metalguru84: posts small blind 600Gagarin007: posts big blind 1200*** DEALING HANDS ***KidPoker: raises 1200 to 2400Iftarii: foldsMaestro Shao: foldsElkY: calls 2400Metalguru84: foldsGagarin007: foldsKidPoker: discards 3 cardsElkY: discards 3 cardsKidPoker: checksElkY: checks*** SHOW DOWN ***KidPoker: shows [Ac Ad Td Ah 7h] (three of a kind, Aces)ElkY: mucks handKidPoker collected 8400 from pot*** SUMMARY ***Total pot 8400 | Rake 0Seat 1: Metalguru84 (small blind) folded before the DrawSeat 2: Gagarin007 (big blind) folded before the DrawSeat 3: KidPoker showed [Ac Ad Td Ah 7h] and won (8400) with three of a kind, AcesSeat 4: Iftarii folded before the Draw (didn't bet)Seat 5: Maestro Shao folded before the Draw (didn't bet)Seat 6: ElkY (button) muckedUSD 5 Card Draw No Limit - Level XX (700/1400) - 2012/05/08 21:31:45 ETTable '2012050063 4' 6-max Seat #1 is the buttonSeat 1: Metalguru84 (58646 in chips)Seat 2: Gagarin007 (91885 in chips)Seat 3: KidPoker (73842 in chips)Seat 4: Iftarii (22211 in chips)Seat 5: Maestro Shao (86354 in chips)Seat 6: ElkY (87062 in chips)Metalguru84: posts the ante 350Gagarin007: posts the ante 350KidPoker: posts the ante 350Iftarii: posts the ante 350Maestro Shao: posts the ante 350ElkY: posts the ante 350Gagarin007: posts small blind 700KidPoker: posts big blind 1400*** DEALING HANDS ***Iftarii: foldsMaestro Shao: foldsElkY: raises 1400 to 2800Metalguru84: foldsGagarin007: foldsKidPoker: calls 1400KidPoker: discards 2 cardsElkY: discards 3 cardsKidPoker: checksElkY: checks*** SHOW DOWN ***KidPoker: shows [7c 6d 6c Ad Ks] (a pair of Sixes)ElkY: shows [5h Kd Js 6h Jd] (a pair of Jacks)ElkY collected 8400 from pot*** SUMMARY ***Total pot 8400 | Rake 0Seat 1: Metalguru84 (button) folded before the Draw (didn't bet)Seat 2: Gagarin007 (small blind) folded before the DrawSeat 3: KidPoker (big blind) showed [7c 6d 6c Ad Ks] and lost with a pair of SixesSeat 4: Iftarii folded before the Draw (didn't bet)Seat 5: Maestro Shao folded before the Draw (didn't bet)Seat 6: ElkY showed [5h Kd Js 6h Jd] and won (8400) with a pair of JacksPokerStars Hand #80148160862: Tournament #2012050063, $1000+$50 USD 5 Card Draw No Limit - Level XX (700/1400) - 2012/05/08 22:00:22 ETTable '2012050063 4' 6-max Seat #3 is the buttonSeat 1: Metalguru84 (53207 in chips)Seat 2: Gagarin007 (105126 in chips)Seat 3: KidPoker (43392 in chips)Seat 5: Maestro Shao (45013 in chips)Seat 6: ElkY (173262 in chips)Metalguru84: posts the ante 350Gagarin007: posts the ante 350KidPoker: posts the ante 350Maestro Shao: posts the ante 350ElkY: posts the ante 350Maestro Shao: posts small blind 700ElkY: posts big blind 1400*** DEALING HANDS ***Metalguru84: foldsGagarin007: foldsKidPoker: raises 1400 to 2800Maestro Shao: foldsElkY: calls 1400ElkY: discards 3 cardsKidPoker: discards 1 cardElkY: checksKidPoker: bets 5600ElkY: calls 5600*** SHOW DOWN ***KidPoker: shows [3c 3h Th Jh Js] (two pair, Jacks and Threes)ElkY: mucks handKidPoker collected 19250 from pot*** SUMMARY ***Total pot 19250 | Rake 0Seat 1: Metalguru84 folded before the Draw (didn't bet)Seat 2: Gagarin007 folded before the Draw (didn't bet)Seat 3: KidPoker (button) showed [3c 3h Th Jh Js] and won (19250) with two pair, Jacks and ThreesSeat 5: Maestro Shao (small blind) folded before the DrawSeat 6: ElkY (big blind) muckedPokerStars Hand #80148498492: Tournament #2012050063, $1000+$50 USD 5 Card Draw No Limit - Level XXI (800/1600) - 2012/05/08 22:12:48 ETTable '2012050063 4' 6-max Seat #5 is the buttonSeat 1: Metalguru84 (41647 in chips)Seat 2: Gagarin007 (76226 in chips)Seat 3: KidPoker (44312 in chips)Seat 5: Maestro Shao (115973 in chips)Seat 6: ElkY (141842 in chips)Metalguru84: posts the ante 400Gagarin007: posts the ante 400KidPoker: posts the ante 400Maestro Shao: posts the ante 400ElkY: posts the ante 400ElkY: posts small blind 800Metalguru84: posts big blind 1600*** DEALING HANDS ***Gagarin007: foldsKidPoker: raises 1600 to 3200Maestro Shao: foldsElkY: raises 4800 to 8000Metalguru84: foldsKidPoker: calls 4800ElkY: discards 2 cardsKidPoker: discards 3 cardsElkY: bets 8000KidPoker: calls 8000*** SHOW DOWN ***ElkY: shows [5d 3s 3h 9h 3c] (three of a kind, Threes)KidPoker: mucks handElkY collected 35600 from pot*** SUMMARY ***Total pot 35600 | Rake 0Seat 1: Metalguru84 (big blind) folded before the DrawSeat 2: Gagarin007 folded before the Draw (didn't bet)Seat 3: KidPoker muckedSeat 5: Maestro Shao (button) folded before the Draw (didn't bet)Seat 6: ElkY (small blind) showed [5d 3s 3h 9h 3c] and won (35600) with three of a kind, ThreesPokerStars Hand #80148641696: Tournament #2012050063, $1000+$50 USD 5 Card Draw No Limit - Level XXI (800/1600) - 2012/05/08 22:18:08 ETTable '2012050063 4' 6-max Seat #1 is the buttonSeat 1: Metalguru84 (22127 in chips)Seat 2: Gagarin007 (69506 in chips)Seat 3: KidPoker (23112 in chips)Seat 5: Maestro Shao (149149 in chips)Seat 6: ElkY (156106 in chips)Metalguru84: posts the ante 400Gagarin007: posts the ante 400KidPoker: posts the ante 400Maestro Shao: posts the ante 400ElkY: posts the ante 400Gagarin007: posts small blind 800KidPoker: posts big blind 1600*** DEALING HANDS ***Maestro Shao: foldsElkY: raises 1600 to 3200Metalguru84: foldsGagarin007: foldsKidPoker: foldsUncalled bet (1600) returned to ElkYElkY collected 6000 from potElkY: doesn't show hand*** SUMMARY ***Total pot 6000 | Rake 0Seat 1: Metalguru84 (button) folded before the Draw (didn't bet)Seat 2: Gagarin007 (small blind) folded before the DrawSeat 3: KidPoker (big blind) folded before the DrawSeat 5: Maestro Shao folded before the Draw (didn't bet)Seat 6: ElkY collected (6000)PokerStars Hand #80148950607: Tournament #2012050063, $1000+$50 USD 5 Card Draw No Limit - Level XXI (800/1600) - 2012/05/08 22:30:05 ETTable '2012050063 4' 6-max Seat #1 is the buttonSeat 1: Metalguru84 (34207 in chips)Seat 2: Gagarin007 (31274 in chips)Seat 3: KidPoker (59664 in chips)Seat 5: Maestro Shao (133017 in chips)Seat 6: ElkY (161838 in chips)Metalguru84: posts the ante 400Gagarin007: posts the ante 400KidPoker: posts the ante 400Maestro Shao: posts the ante 400ElkY: posts the ante 400Gagarin007: posts small blind 800KidPoker: posts big blind 1600*** DEALING HANDS ***Maestro Shao: foldsElkY: raises 1600 to 3200Metalguru84: foldsGagarin007: foldsKidPoker: foldsUncalled bet (1600) returned to ElkYElkY collected 6000 from potElkY: doesn't show hand*** SUMMARY ***Total pot 6000 | Rake 0Seat 1: Metalguru84 (button) folded before the Draw (didn't bet)Seat 2: Gagarin007 (small blind) folded before the DrawSeat 3: KidPoker (big blind) folded before the DrawSeat 5: Maestro Shao folded before the Draw (didn't bet)Seat 6: ElkY collected (6000)Elky stop stealing lolPokerStars Hand #80149104968: Tournament #2012050063, $1000+$50 USD 5 Card Draw No Limit - Level XXI (800/1600) - 2012/05/08 22:36:15 ETTable '2012050063 4' 6-max Seat #3 is the buttonSeat 1: Metalguru84 (12607 in chips) Seat 2: Gagarin007 (38634 in chips) Seat 3: KidPoker (89744 in chips) Seat 5: Maestro Shao (121497 in chips) Seat 6: ElkY (157518 in chips) Metalguru84: posts the ante 400Gagarin007: posts the ante 400KidPoker: posts the ante 400Maestro Shao: posts the ante 400ElkY: posts the ante 400Maestro Shao: posts small blind 800ElkY: posts big blind 1600*** DEALING HANDS ***Metalguru84: folds Gagarin007: folds KidPoker: raises 1600 to 3200Maestro Shao: folds ElkY: calls 1600ElkY: discards 3 cardsKidPoker: discards 1 cardElkY: checks KidPoker: checks *** SHOW DOWN ***ElkY: shows [Js 8s 5h 9c Jh] (a pair of Jacks)KidPoker: mucks hand ElkY collected 9200 from pot*** SUMMARY ***Total pot 9200 | Rake 0 Seat 1: Metalguru84 folded before the Draw (didn't bet)Seat 2: Gagarin007 folded before the Draw (didn't bet)Seat 3: KidPoker (button) muckedSeat 5: Maestro Shao (small blind) folded before the DrawSeat 6: ElkY (big blind) showed [Js 8s 5h 9c Jh] and won (9200) with a pair of Jacks
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#17 rcgs59

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Posted 08 May 2012 - 05:36 PM

PokerStars Hand #80147445997: Tournament #2012050063, $1000+$50 USD 5 Card Draw No Limit - Level XX (700/1400) - 2012/05/08 21:34:10 ETTable '2012050063 4' 6-max Seat #6 is the buttonSeat 1: Metalguru84 (55496 in chips)Seat 2: Gagarin007 (93635 in chips)Seat 3: KidPoker (72792 in chips)Seat 4: Iftarii (18361 in chips)Seat 5: Maestro Shao (74524 in chips)Seat 6: ElkY (105192 in chips)Metalguru84: posts the ante 350Gagarin007: posts the ante 350KidPoker: posts the ante 350Iftarii: posts the ante 350Maestro Shao: posts the ante 350ElkY: posts the ante 350Metalguru84: posts small blind 700Gagarin007: posts big blind 1400*** DEALING HANDS ***KidPoker: raises 1400 to 2800Iftarii: foldsMaestro Shao: foldsElkY: foldsMetalguru84: foldsGagarin007: raises 4200 to 7000KidPoker: raises 8400 to 15400Gagarin007: calls 8400Gagarin007: discards 1 cardKidPoker: stands pat Gagarin007: checksKidPoker: bets 15400Gagarin007: foldsUncalled bet (15400) returned to KidPokerKidPoker collected 33600 from potKidPoker: doesn't show hand*** SUMMARY ***Total pot 33600 | Rake 0Seat 1: Metalguru84 (small blind) folded before the DrawSeat 2: Gagarin007 (big blind) folded after the DrawSeat 3: KidPoker collected (33600)Seat 4: Iftarii folded before the Draw (didn't bet)Seat 5: Maestro Shao folded before the Draw (didn't bet)Seat 6: ElkY (button) folded before the Draw (didn't bet)wonder if you stood pat because he was going for a 1 card draw, or did you have it? nicely played either way
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#18 rcgs59

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Posted 08 May 2012 - 06:22 PM

PokerStars Hand #80148720946: Tournament #2012050063, $1000+$50 USD 5 Card Draw No Limit - Level XXI (800/1600) - 2012/05/08 22:21:08 ETTable '2012050063 4' 6-max Seat #1 is the buttonSeat 1: Metalguru84 (30527 in chips) Seat 2: Gagarin007 (77186 in chips) Seat 3: KidPoker (18712 in chips) Seat 5: Maestro Shao (148669 in chips) Seat 6: ElkY (144906 in chips) Metalguru84: posts the ante 400Gagarin007: posts the ante 400KidPoker: posts the ante 400Maestro Shao: posts the ante 400ElkY: posts the ante 400Gagarin007: posts small blind 800KidPoker: posts big blind 1600*** DEALING HANDS ***Maestro Shao: raises 1920 to 3520ElkY: folds Metalguru84: calls 3520Gagarin007: raises 6080 to 9600KidPoker: raises 8712 to 18312 and is all-inMaestro Shao: folds Metalguru84: folds Gagarin007: calls 8712Gagarin007: discards 2 cardsKidPoker: stands pat *** SHOW DOWN ***Gagarin007: shows [3s 2s 6s 3d 3h] (three of a kind, Threes)KidPoker: shows [Ks Qc Jd Ac Ts] (a straight, Ten to Ace)KidPoker collected 45664 from pot*** SUMMARY ***Total pot 45664 | Rake 0 Seat 1: Metalguru84 (button) folded before the DrawSeat 2: Gagarin007 (small blind) showed [3s 2s 6s 3d 3h] and lost with three of a kind, ThreesSeat 3: KidPoker (big blind) showed [Ks Qc Jd Ac Ts] and won (45664) with a straight, Ten to AceSeat 5: Maestro Shao folded before the DrawSeat 6: ElkY folded before the Draw (didn't bet)nh you needed that :club:
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Posted 08 May 2012 - 06:23 PM

#DNGrinds2012Posted Imagev1.27Dont have a cow, heres your converted handPokerStars No Limit 5 Card Draw ($1000+$50) t800/t1600 ante t400 - 5 playersButton Metalguru84: t30,527 SB Gagarin007: t77,186 BB KidPoker: t18,712 UTG Maestro Shao: t148,669 CO ElkY: t144,906 Dealing Hands: (t4,400) (5 players)Maestro Shao raises to t3520, ElkY folds, Metalguru84 calls t3520, Gagarin007 raises to t9600, KidPoker raises to t18312 and is all-in, 2 folds, Gagarin007 calls t8712First Draw: (t45,664) (2 players)Gagarin007 discards 2, KidPoker standsGagarin007 showed :3h: :jh: :D: :D: :4h:, three of a kind, ThreesKidPoker showed :5c: :D: :ts: :qh: :club::, a straight, Ten to AceKidPoker won t45664
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#20 rcgs59

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Posted 08 May 2012 - 06:35 PM

PokerStars Hand #80149009694: Tournament #2012050063, $1000+$50 USD 5 Card Draw No Limit - Level XXI (800/1600) - 2012/05/08 22:32:26 ETTable '2012050063 4' 6-max Seat #6 is the buttonSeat 1: Metalguru84 (37807 in chips) Seat 2: Gagarin007 (28874 in chips) Seat 3: KidPoker (67664 in chips) Seat 5: Maestro Shao (123417 in chips) Seat 6: ElkY (162238 in chips) Metalguru84: posts the ante 400Gagarin007: posts the ante 400KidPoker: posts the ante 400Maestro Shao: posts the ante 400ElkY: posts the ante 400Metalguru84: posts small blind 800Gagarin007: posts big blind 1600*** DEALING HANDS ***KidPoker: raises 1600 to 3200Maestro Shao: folds ElkY: folds Metalguru84: raises 4800 to 8000Gagarin007: folds KidPoker: calls 4800Metalguru84: discards 1 cardKidPoker: discards 3 cardsMetalguru84: bets 16000KidPoker: raises 43264 to 59264 and is all-inMetalguru84: folds Uncalled bet (43264) returned to KidPokerKidPoker collected 51600 from potKidPoker: doesn't show hand *** SUMMARY ***Total pot 51600 | Rake 0 Seat 1: Metalguru84 (small blind) folded after the DrawSeat 2: Gagarin007 (big blind) folded before the DrawSeat 3: KidPoker collected (51600)Seat 5: Maestro Shao folded before the Draw (didn't bet)Seat 6: ElkY (button) folded before the Draw (didn't bet)
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