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$ 1,000,000 No Limit Hold'em - The Big One for One Drop (Event #78)Nachdem sich John Cynn zum Weltmeistertitel gespielt hatte, ging es ins Big One for One Drop und mit $ Buy-In ist das Event auf. Das Big One for One Drop ist ein Pokerturnier, das bisher viermal ausgetragen wurde. Mit einem Buy-in von einer Million US-Dollar bzw. Euro war das Pokerturnier jeweils das teuerste des Jahres und bis zum Triton Million for Charity im August Justin Bonomo ist der Sieger des $ Big One for One Drop der World Series of Poker (WSOP) Er bezwang Fedor Holz um sich.
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The event is to be capped at 48 players and already more than 40 players have registered or confirmed their intention to play the tournament, including the likes of Patrik Antonius, Johnny Chan, Daniel Negreanu, Tom Dwan, Tony G, Elky, Jonathan Duhamel, Ben Lamb, Justin Smith, Andrew Robl, Jason Mericer and several people from outside the poker world including hedge fund managers and businessmen.
Both Phil Hellmuth and Phil Ivey have not publicly stated that they will be playing the event yet. Many players and poker fans have questioned why a cap is in place, and the WSOP have stated that it is there to prevent too much money in the poker economy flowing to just a few players.
Phil Hellmuth. Brian Rast. Bobby Baldwin. Richard Yong. Bill Perkins. Richard Fullerton. Martin Jacobson. Brandon Steven. Nick Schulman.
Christoph Vogelsang. Rick Salomon. Tobias Reinkemeier. Scott Seiver. Paul Newey. Cary Katz. Ben Sulsky. Dan Perper. Bonomo quickly called and the cards were on their backs with Holz's tournament life on the line.
Justin Bonomo: Fedor Holz:. Bonomo was in a dominating position heading to the flop of. The turn was the and Holz picked up some straight outs to go with his one live card.
The dealer burned and turned the on the river and Bonomo held on to eliminate Holz in second place. Tags: Fedor Holz Justin Bonomo.
Hand Fedor Holz limped in and Justin Bonomo checked. The flop went check, check, and the appeared on the turn. Bonomo bet 2. Bonomo's bet of 6 million was called and he rolled over the for top pair, Holz had the equally strong and they chopped it up.
Hand Bonomo limped and Holz checked, the flop came. Holz checked over to Bonomo, who checked behind, and the followed on the turn.
Holz bet 5 million and Bonomo released his cards. Hand Holz opened the action with a raise to 3. The flop was the and they checked it over to the turn.
Bonomo bet 5. Bonomo now made it 11 million to go and Holz folded to drop back to 20 big blinds. Hand Justin Bonomo limped in on the button and Fedor Holz checked his big blind.
The flop came and both players checked to the on the turn. Holz checked again and Bonomo bet 1. Hand Holz raised to 3. On a flop of , Bonomo check-folded to a bet of 4.
Hand Bonomo just called on the button and Holz raised it up to 6. The end of the battle came on the 46th hand of heads-up play as Colman held about a chip advantage.
Negreanu went all-in and Colman called. To the shock of the crowd at the Rio, Colman hit his straight on the turn and eliminated Negreanu who wasn't able to fill up on the river 7s.
Colman earned the lead only 15 hands earlier in a million chip pot that featured Negreanu paying off his opponent on the river after a five-minute tank.
When asked if that was the turning point, Negreanu actually pointed two hands earlier. Entering that hand, Negreanu lead 74 million to 51 million.
He bet 2. Another J hit the board on the turn and Negreanu bet 4 million. Colman called and after an 8 on the river, both players checked.
Colman's key catch there cut into Negreanu's lead and changed the feeling of the match. Now he's sixth on the all-time list.
Tuesday's action started at 3 p. After 30 hands of bubble play, organizers halted the action, but once the players returned, the biggest bubble of the year burst quickly.
On Tuesday's first hand, businessman and Macau cash gamer Tom Hall lost a race to Negreanu "I didn't win it, but it was cool to watch," said Negreanu.
Or it will be once the show goes through post-production.