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Rock-City-King schreef

echt?

nee natuurlijk niet echt, de links zijn virussen die al je pokerclient wachtwoorden naar mij sturen samen met al je creditcard gegevens. zucht

terug in 30min (maybe), durrrr moest wat dingen doen ofzo.

Aangezien er vrij weinig te doen was

zo dus

Thorium schreef

orly

oh nice edit...

tnx

Suarez zette zaterdag zijn tanden in de nek van tegenstander Otman Bakkal. Die actie werd door de aanklager beschouwd als een gewelddadige handeling.

Het incident ontging scheidsrechter Björn Kuipers, maar de aanklager ging op basis van tv-beelden toch over tot vervolging van de Uruguayaanse spits.

op de foto is het net of kuipers mee wil eten

in de eerste helft komen we nog aardig mee, maar komen we ongelukkig op achterstand

Hello All, Just back from Macau.

OK updates and a few hands and a classic photo or two.

Rules are, we can report on the hands and give a few more details and some general guidelines but have to stay away from specific names. It was a minimum of HK$10m to sit down and everybody needed a further HK$10m behind to play. Session has been running 20+ hours in a private room. When I turned up it was 6 handed, I joined for a bit (I was given permission to buy in much smaller as had just come from an evening out and was a bit worse for wear). Thanks Reggie for the invites to the opening of the Playboy Lounge at the Sands in Macau.

The 2 main pots.

Blinds HK$10k/20k and 10k ante. Pre flop early position local raise to 120k, call, pro raises to 600k, original raiser makes it 1.6m, pro calls. Flop Ac jh 7c. Pro checks, local raises to 3m, pro has local covered puts him all in, local tanks for a while and calls his remaining approx 12m off. Pro turns over Ah Kc, local turns over 3c 5c. No insurance taken, club on the turn, blank on the river. HK$33m pot.

Pro 1 raises from mid position to 240k, second pro re raises to 1.2m, initial raiser pushes all in (has second pro covered 30m to 6m in chips), second pro tanks for a moment and adds "got to gamble with your ****!!", calls and turns over pocket 9s. Pro 1 slowly turns over pocket 8's. Pro 2 takes insurance on both cards for total of around HK$5m, 9's hold up for approx 12m pot.

I have a classic 38m chip stack, 12 x 2m (in 100k plaques), some 500k plaques on top and another stack of 500k plaques in front you can't see from last few days but don't have permission (knowledge) to add it. Will send to Matt Savage and KevMath for them to add.

Durrrr was still in the session when I left and we agreed not to discuss specifics until end of session, all I can say is he's doing OK now.

Phil has gone home as he had some business to attend to in the US.

wil je met me............

..........laat maar trouwens

18th of Nov.
Tom Hall tells that they have decided to sponsor a 2+2 moderator to fly to Macau and report what is going on in the big game. Their choice is deservedly KevMath who is unfortunately having some passport troubles.
Voycontodo reports that Durr is playing $HK10k-20k HU against one of the Chinese businessmen. The highest they have played has been $HK30k-60k. They have agreed to show every hand they play, regardless if the hand goes to showdown. He also says that this Shanghainese businessman has played poker ion Macau for over 2 years and has lost over $HK100 mega. Voycontodo reports that Dwan has bought in for $HK18 mega and is stuck $HK10mega.

(Durr and Phil were taking a nap and getting some rest)

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riginally Posted by Stella Yeh

Hi All,

Would just like to say on behalf of Poker King Club thank you to everyone for their interest in our High Stakes Macau game. As i've read some of the previous threads, our friends Tom & Matt have done an excellent job giving updates, as well as bringing Phil and Durr over to Starworld to play this action packed game. As of right now...Durr & Phil are taking a break, catching up on some sleep....and there are two local guys sitting right in front of me playing $50k-$100k HKD heads up. They've been playing since 9am....it's about 4pm now....and they're still going strong. One guy has a massive chip lead on the other ....but the other guy's determined to continue playing it seems. As the days go by, this game is getting stronger and bigger than ever. With ante's and props....who knows what the future will hold when it comes to limits.

This game has been going on in Macau at Level 3 Starworld...Poker King Club for over a year already. And consists of mostly Macau/China businessmen who have converted their passion from Baccarrat to Poker. It's definetly an entertaining game to watch, i've seen some players improve over the years and come out consistent winners each session. Yet i've seen others continue to try and chase very expensive gut shots or flush draws just because "they could feel it"...lolz. With the addition of Durr, Phil, and other world champions, the game's atmosphere has really gotten even more exciting. Everyday new challenges come out, and as Tom Hall said earlier, some guy from Beijing has challenged to play Durr heads up, if he flies in tonight, i'll keep everyone posted on what happens. Thanks! =)

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Hand of the Day:

Last night all the regular high roller Chinese guys were playing..along with World Champion Chau Giang. (Durr and Phil were taking a nap and getting some rest)

How it went down:
Blinds: $10,000, $20,000HKD blinds, $10,000 Ante/person
There was a straddle of $40,000 HKD.
Chinese guy: bumps it up to $100,000HKD (with Ace, Jack)
Chau Giang: raises to $500,000HKD (with Ace, Ace)
Chinese guy: calls ....(everyone else folds) it's now heads up

Flop comes out: J, J, 10

Chau Giang: Checks (two pair, aces and jacks)
Chinese guy: bets $1.2 million (with trip Jack's, ace kicker)
Chau Giang: Calls

Turn: Ace ( WOW, Chau Giang has now made a Full house Aces over Jacks....While Chinese Guy has Full house Jacks over Aces)

Chau Giang: first to act ....Checks!
Chinese guy: pushes All IN ...around $9 Million HKD
Chau Giang: Calls

River comes a 3: Chau Giang takes down the over $20 Million HKD POT!!!!!!!

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Stella Yeh
Marketing Director
Poker King Club
http://www.pokerking-club.com
Thanks Stella, was nice to meet you in Macau and keep the updates coming

Morning from Asia - Update from Winfred from the Poker King Room at Starworld for you all.

"Game was regulars only last night (plus Uncle Chau Giang) and usual Asian visitors with Phil and Durrr getting some sleep. Visitors dropped HK$30m last night, regulars won most of it with Chau picking up a nice win too. Second table played a mix of 100/200 limit and 200/400 no limit with jeff Lisandro, Ted Forrest amongst the players."

The exciting stuff - Durrrr has been challenged to a heads up session tonight by a local player who is bringing HK$20-30m. A Durrrr Challenge x 5 in size. More info will be posted ahead of tonight!!!"

Tom adds that he had a nice win but it wasnt as much as US$1m and after paying the bar bill for the party there wasn't much left.

(Mark F posting for Tom)

al bapt de bapper nog zo fel de variatie achterhaald hem wel

beter 10 bappers in de lucht dan 1 op je site

edit : beter bap dan nooit

Originally Posted by Matt Savage

The latest hearsay is the Durr is now 1.7 million USD winner and that Ivey has gotten back to even. I think if they continue to win they WILL NOT be invited back IMO.

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