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Lo Shing Fung Leads EPT Grand Final €100,000 Super High Roller Final Table

Lo Shing FungA record-setting 62 entries were made in the 2014 PokerStars and Monte-Carlo® Casino European Poker Tour Grand Final €100,000 eight-max no-limit hold’em super high roller event, building a gigantic prize pool of €6,015,240. The money raised from the 50 unique entrants and 12 re-entries will be paid out to the top eight finishers, with the first-place prize of €1,804,000 going to the eventual champion.

With the elimination of 2014 Card Player Player of the Year contender Mike McDonald in 9th place on the six-figure money bubble the final table of eight was set. The chip leader with 4,558,000 in chips is Lo Shing Fung, a 51-year-old high stakes player who lives in Macau.

Coming into the the day in second chip position is Ole Schemion with The 21-year-old German pro who had just taken down the EPT Sanremo €10,300 no-limit hold’em high roller for €265,000 less than a week ago and is poised to add another huge score to his already impressive live career earnings of more than $ 4.7 million. Given the huge buy-in it’s no surprise the table is rounded out with high stakes tournament and cash game players like Dan “jungleman12” Cates, Olivier Busquet, Igor Kurganov, Paul Phua and Richard Yong.

The final eight are all guaranteed at least a €241,000 payday on Saturday. Daniel “mrgr33n13” Colman, who will enter the final day third in chips, was the only player to re-enter the event more than once, committing €300,000 to the tournament. As a result, the high stakes online player will have to place seventh or better to show a profit in this event.

Here is a look at the chip counts of the final eight:

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Card Player Poker Tour: Dave Pollock Leads Irish Open Unofficial Final Table

After three days of poker at the 2014 Card Player Poker Tour Paddy Power Irish Open, the unofficial final table is set and Dave Pollock is the chip leader heading into the final day of play (Note: A final table of nine is customary in the U.S., but most official final tables in Europe are eight-handed). Pollock ended the day with 1,700,000 in chips, but is followed closely behind by Liam Chevalier, who bagged 1,655,000.

When the day started, breaking the money bubble was the first thing on everbody’s mind. 59 players showed up to start the penultimate day of the event, but only 47 would leave the tournament with a live cash to their resume.

Just under two hours into the day, Konstantinos Tsikopoulos was eliminated on the bubble when his ADiamond SuitKHeart Suit couldn’t hold up against Barry Donovan’s 10Spade Suit8Spade Suit and he was eliminated on the bubble in 48th place.

Barry DonovanDonovan, who comes to the unofficial final table third in chips with 1,565,000, was very close to being out of the tournament. Donovan was all in with 14 players remaining with A-4 against Chevalier’s A-10 for his tournament life. The board ran out 5-5-3-K-Q and neither the dealer, Chevalier, or Donovan realized that the pot should be chopped. The supervisor came over, handed Donovan his 14th place payout ticket, and Donovan was escorted to the cage.

After the hand, Thomas O’Shea and Jonathan Lundy made a comment to the dealer that they thought the hand should have been chopped. The rest of the table agreed and the tournament staff was called back over to the table. After confirming the two hands and the board, the staff went back and got Donovan from the cage, recreated the pot, chopped it, and put him back in the tournament.

That not only kept Donovan alive in the tournament, but also in the Sole Survivor competition.

The competition is for anybody who satellites into the event through Paddy Power. Those people are kept track of throughout the tournament and the final six of the Sole Survivors cash in the competition. Second through sixth place win a free entry into the 2015 Irish Open and first place earns €50,000.

The Donovan “elimination” would have sent him home in seventh place in the Sole Survivor competition and burst the bubble. Instead, he locks up at least a complimentary entry into the 2015 Irish Open, along with whatever prize money he wins on top of it.

Joining Donovan for the final day, are four other Sole Survivors, which means that the race for €50,000 will end at the final table. Pollock, Donovan, Patrick Clarke, Jonathan Lundy, and Michael Gilligan are the players still alive in the competition.

Jesse MayAt the start of the day, there were quite a few well-known players alive for the title. Pratyush Buddiga was eliminated shy of the money, while Samantha Cohen and David Masters both earned themselves a cash in the event finishing in 26th and 19th place, respectively.

Jesse May, who is more well-known for his commentary work which earned him a Lifetime Achievement Award at the 2012 European Poker Awards, also came into the day very healthy on chips and looking to make a deep run. May fell short of the final table, finishing in 17th place for €7,599.

The final nine players will return to the tournament area on Monday afternoon at 2 pm local time to play down to a winner. Each player is guaranteed €13,350, but everybody has their eyes set on the first place prize of €200,000 and the title.

Here is a look at the chip counts heading into the final day:

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Pennsylvania Casino Table Games Break Record

Table games at Pennsylvania’s 12 casinos brought in a record amount in March.

According to the state’s Gaming Control Board, revenue from the play of table games (which includes poker) at Pennsylvania’s casinos rose one percent during March, producing the highest level of revenue, $ 67.9 million, since the introduction of the games in July 2010.

The previous record of nearly $ 67.4 million was set in March 2013.

Slot machine revenue fell a bit in March 2014, resulting in year-over-year decline when talking about overall gaming revenue for the casinos.

The casino with the largest table game revenue during March 2014 was Sands Casino Resort Bethlehem, which scooped nearly $ 15.3 million of the figure.

That casino reportedly is on the market.

The first casino opened in Pennsylvania in 2007, and in a short time span the state has overtaken neighboring New Jersey with regards to casino gaming win.

Pennsylvania is also taking a look at legalizing online gaming.

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2014 World Poker Tour Seminole Hard Rock Poker Open Final Table Set

The 2014 World Poker Tour Seminole Hard Rock Poker Showdown main event set a lofty $ 5 million guarantee in it’s $ 3,500 no-limit hold’em main event. A total of 1,795 entries were made, setting a record as the largest field in the 12-year history of the WPT and bringing the total prize pool to $ 5,763,150. From that ocean of starting players now only six remain to battle it out for the title and the first-place prize of $ 1,081,184.

The chip leader heading into the final day is Mukul Pahuja with 18,895,000. Pahuja has been on a tear lately, both on the WPT and at the Seminole Hard Rock in Hollywood, where he finished third in the $ 10,000,000 guaranteed event last August. He’s already made two WPT final tables in 2014, finishing 8th in the WPT Lucky Hearts Poker Open and then fourth in the WPT Bay 101 Shooting Star main event. He currently sits in 41st place in the Card Player Player of the Year race, but could move inside the top five with a win on Wednesday.

It won’t be easy for Pahuja, however, as he will have to overcome a final table filled with top tournament professionals. The other five at the final table are all notable players with impressive resumes, including WSOP bracelet winners James Mackey and Chance Kornuth as well as Matt Stout, whose combined live and online tournament winnings exceed $ 3.8 million.

The final table will resume at 4:00 PM local time and will be filmed for and later aired on Fox Sports Networks.

Here is a look at the chip counts heading into the final table:

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CPPT Atlantis Main Event Final Table Recap Show

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2014 CPPT Atlantis Main Event Final Table Recap

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James Calderaro Headlines World Poker Tour Jacksonville bestbet Open Main Event Final Table

A total of 258 entries were made in the 2014 World Poker Tour Jacksonville bestbet Open. building a $ 825,600 prize pool. From that mass of players now only six remain to battle it out for the title and the first-place prize of $ 206,041.

The chip leader heading into the final day Nabil Hirezi with 2,792,000. Second in chips is recent WPT Lucky Hearts Poker Open main event champion James Calderaro with 1,916,000. He topped a field of 415 players in that event in early February, winning $ 271,103 for his first WPT main event title. Two-time prior WPT final tablist Faraz Jaka has now made his third, coming into the final day with 542,000.

Faraz JakaThe final table was set when Bryan Irish-Jones was sent to the rail in seventh place. Hirezi min-raised to 32,000 in early position and Irish-Jones moved all-in for 260,000. Hirezi made the call with the KSpade SuitJClub Suit which was behind Irish-Jones’ ASpade SuitQSpade Suit. The board ran out KDiamond SuitJDiamond SuitJHeart SuitKClub Suit5Spade Suit, giving Hirezi an overflowing full house and sending Irish-Jones to the rail on the final table bubble with $ 31,760.

Other notables who made deep runs in this event include two-time WPT runner-up in 2014 Dylan Wilkerson (19th – $ 8,507), Dan Heimiller (18th – $ 9,722), Jason Mercier (16th – $ 9,722), John Racener (13th – $ 11,424) and 2013 WPT bestbet Jaconsonville Fall Poker Scramble_ main event champion Jared Jafee (12th – $ 13,935).

Here is a look at chip counts heading into the final table:

Photos courtesy of World Poker Tour / BJ Nemeth.

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Free Video And PDF From Jonathan Little On Increasing Aggression At The Poker Table

Jonathan LittleAccording to 2-time World Poker Tour champion Jonathan Little, lots of players, especially in the small and middle stake games, take very passive lines when they should in fact be taking very aggressive lines.

Because of that, Card Player has joined forces with Little to teach poker players how to increase their levels of aggression in order to maximize the profits they experience at the poker table.

As part of this partnership, Little is giving Card Player readers a free video and PDF containing 24 slides packed with Little’s BEST advice on how to increase your aggression levels at the table.

Little will be teaching all of these tips and strategies in greater detail on a live 3-hour webinar on Saturday March 29 from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. EDT.

Click here to get your FREE Video and PDF with the slides from Little’s Webinar on Increasing Aggression

This is the ONLY time Little will be teaching this live webinar.

During this live online training, Little will reveal his BEST strategies on increasing your aggression levels in order to increase your profits at the table. Little will also be going over plenty of hand examples to show you how you can apply these strategies in the real world.

Card Player readers will get a $ 20 discount coupon to enroll in Little’s aggression webinar. This coupon can be found inside the free webinar slides PDF and expires on Friday, March 28th, at Midnight EDT.

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Everyone who enrolls in this webinar will be able to attend live and ask Little questions, and will also get the video and MP3 recordings from this webinar.

If you are interested in attending this live webinar or getting access to the recordings, simply download the FREE PDF and follow the instructions on the coupon to enroll.

Here are the topics Little will be teaching on his upcoming webinar on increasing aggression:

  • Why increase aggression?
  • Bankroll management implications
  • Open raise with more hands
  • Typical button raising range
  • Attack limpers
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  • Open pushing vs. other plays
  • Reraise preflop with a wider range
  • Recognize when you are being reraised wide and 4-bet
  • Bet when checked to
  • Float the flop
  • Playing the turn when checked to
  • Playing the turn when bet into again
  • Raise the flop
  • Check raise the flop
  • Attack scary boards
  • Attack strong ranges when your opponent thinks you are also strong
  • Raise to increase your equity
  • Do not blindly apply aggression

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J.C. Tran Headlines World Poker Tour Rolling Thunder Main Event Final Table

Chip leader Quoc PhamA total of 465 entries were made in the inaugural World Poker Tour Rolling Thunder $ 3,500 no-limit hold’em main event at the Thunder Valley Casino outside of Sacramento, California. From that sizable turnout only six players now remain to battle it out for the lion’s share of the $ 1,488,000 prize pool and the chance to become the latest WPT champion.

The chip leader at the final table tomorrow will be Bay 101 tournament director Quoc Pham with 5,580,000. He is joined by Preston Harwell, Mimi Luu, Benjamin Zamani, Ken Jorgensen, and Sacremento native JC Tran. Tran, a two-time WSOP gold bracelet winner and WPT champion, is undeniably the most accomplished live tournament player entering the final day, but has the second shortest stack with only 710,000 (23 big blinds at 15,000 – 30,000 with a 3,000 ante.)

The final table bubble lasted 97 hands, with Ryan D’Angelo eventually hitting the rail in seventh place after he got all-in on a board of JHeart Suit9Diamond Suit5Heart Suit4Spade Suit with the 9Club Suit8Heart Suit against Benjamin Zamani’s AClub SuitJDiamond Suit. The river brought the QHeart Suit, securing the pot for Zamani and sending D’Angelo to the rail in seventh place with $ 41,410.

Here is a look at the chip counts heading into the final table:

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Leonardo Tarazona Leads Latin Series of Poker Final Table

Leonardo Tarazona will lead the final table of the Latin Series of Poker Millions when the final day begins at 2pm EST Mar. 15 with a stack of 2.653 million.

“It’s been a really difficult day for me. I took a bad beat earlier but I just played really well and I was confident about my game. I never got tilted and patience rewards everything in this game,” Tarazano said. “I entered the final table short in chips but a couple of hands later I’m heading out as the chip leader.”

Twenty-six hopefuls returned for day 5 but only nine were still in possession of chips when the final hand was completed.

Fernando MurrietaDay 5 came to a close with the elimination of Fernando Murrieta, who ran his pocket nines into the pocket Aces held by Team PokerStars pro Jose “Nacho” Barbero. With Murrieta’s exit, the final nine players were one step closer to the $ 175,070 which awaits the soon-to-be champion.

“I have played some other big tournaments, however I have never finished this deep,” Tarazona said. “I played in Lima, Panama and Uruguay but this is going to be my best performance and my best payday.”

Carter Gill secured a seat at his fifth final table in a row in a Latin America tournament and will come back eighth in chips. Gill had an amazing start to the day and after eliminating Alberto Cartin in a massive hand was up to about 3.1 million in chips. For a while, it appeared Gill just could not lose a hand.

Not long after eliminating Cartin, Gill added to his stack by winning a three-way pot with Alon Raz and David El Chaak. Raz raised to 32,000 from under the gun and El Chaak called from the small blind. Gill also called from the big blind and the three saw a flop of 9Spade Suit9Diamond Suit6Diamond Suit. All three checked to see the 9Club Suit on the turn. With three nines on the board El Chaak bet 40,000 and Gill and Raz both called. The river was the 7Heart Suit and all three checked. Gill turned over KDiamond Suit6Diamond Suit to take the pot.

But in late in the day things began to change and Gill lost a sizable portion of his stack. He will return for the final table with 1.3 million.

The remainder of the final table includes online pros Guillermo Echevarria and Francis Cruz, Oscar Ortiz, Adam Reynolds, Keshaarzi Maziar and Raz.

Bolivar PalaciosTeam BetCRIS pro Engelberth Varela was the first elimination of the day, making his exit when his rivered-diamond flush was beat by Reynold’s full-house. Soon after Varela was eliminated Bolivar Palacios, the final BetCRIS pro in the field, was also sent to the rail. Palacios’s tournament came to an end in a brutal hand with Raz when his turned set of Kings was bested by Raz’s rivered set of Aces.

Other eliminations included Andres Farias, Roman Valerstein and Rafael Pardo.

Some key hands from Day 5:

Engelberth Varela versus Adam Reynolds

Engelberth Varela raised to 25,000 from under the gun, Adam Reynolds called from the cutoff and the two saw a flop of QSpade SuitQHeart Suit6Diamond Suit. Varela bet 26,000 and Reynolds called. The turn was the 5Diamond Suit and Varela again bet, this time 52,000. Reynolds called and the river was the 8Diamond Suit.

Varela moved all in for less than 325,000 and Reynolds called. Reynolds showed 6Spade Suit6Club Suit for a full house. As the chips were counted out, Varela showed ADiamond Suit9Diamond Suit and made his exit.

Andreas FariasJorge Olivos versus Andres Farias

Jorge Olivos was all-in with 9Heart Suit9Diamond Suit and Andres Farias called with AClub Suit4Diamond Suit. The board ran out ASpade Suit5Club Suit2Club SuitJSpade Suit10Diamond Suit to eliminate Olivos.

Bolivar Palacios versus Alon Raz and Alberto Cartin

Bolivar Palacios moved all-in for his last 165,000 from under the gun +1 and Alon Raz called from the hijack. Alberto Cartin raised to 440,000 from the small blind to isolate, but Raz responded by moving all-in for 953,000. Cartin tanked before ultimately letting go of his hand.

Raz showed pocket Aces to Palacios’s pocket Kings. Palacios stayed at risk after a flop of 9Club Suit8Diamond Suit3Diamond Suit but when the KSpade Suit opened on the turn Palacios looked good to earn a much needed double-up. But river would be his end when the dealer turned over the ADiamond Suit to the tune of audible gasps from the players who had gathered around the table.

“It’s ok,” Palacios told Raz as the two shook hands and the Panamanian pro made his exit.

After the hand Cartin told the table he had folded Queens.

Manne Ravi versus Fernando Murrieta

Down to less than five big blinds, Manne Ravi was all-in with KDiamond Suit6Diamond Suit and Fernando Murrieta called with JSpade SuitJClub Suit. After a flop of QSpade Suit10Spade Suit2Heart Suit, Ravi stood to gather his things, but the KSpade Suit on the turn gave him a chance for a small double-up. However, the JDiamond Suit on the river bested Ravi’s pair of Kings and he made his exit.

Zennawi PetrosZennawi Petros versus Andres Farias and Maziar Keshavarzi

Andres Farias raised to 50,000 from under the gun +1 and Petros Zennawi moved all-in for 281,000 from the button. Action rested on Maziar Keshavarzi in the big blind and after several minutes Farias asked for the clock to be called.

As soon as the tournament director told Keshavarzi he had one minute to act he immediately announced he was all-in for about 650,000. Farias snap-called and all hands were tabled. Farias showed 6Club Suit6Heart Suit, Keshavarzi held QSpade SuitQHeart Suit and Petros tabled ASpade Suit9Diamond Suit. Farias slapped the table in celebration after a flop of 6Diamond Suit5Heart Suit3Diamond Suit and continued to celebrate after the 8Spade Suit fell on the turn. But it would end up being Keshavarzi who celebrated the most when the QDiamond Suit turned up on the river.

Farias slapped the table again, this time in anger, Keshavarzi busted into a song and dance number of “Eye of the Tiger” and Petros quietly made his exit.

Rafael Pardo versus Guillermo Echevarria

Rafael Pardo was all in with pocket jacks and called by Guillermo Echevarria with pocket tens. A ten on the board would prove to be Pardo’s downfall.

Chris Wolters versus Jose “Nacho’ Barbero

Chris Wolters all-in for 300,000 with QHeart Suit JHeart Suit and was called by Jose “Nacho” Barbero with AHeart SuitKDiamond Suit. The board ran out 9Heart Suit6Diamond Suit5Heart Suit5Diamond Suit10Spade Suit and Wolters was eliminated.

Fernando Murrieta versus Adam Reynolds and Jose “Nacho” Barbero

Adam Reynolds raised to 60,000 from under the gun and Fernando Murrieta moved all-in for 270,000. Jose “Nacho” Barbero called, Reynolds relased and the hands were tabled. Murrieta held pocket nines but was far behind Barbero’s pocket Aces and never improved on a KSpade Suit6Diamond Suit2Diamond SuitQClub Suit10Heart Suit board.

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