Thanks to Sean for pointing out this interesting video.
The PROP team has been in Vegas for the past few weeks hanging around the Rio, playing crazy pinapple @ 630am, busting out first hands of satellites, and giving away free stuff. Read the rest of this entry »
What a sick hand…Will played great the whole tournament….this is the hand that took him out:
Lin raised to $60,000 and was called by Terence Chan. The flop came AQ3, Chan checks and Lin bets. Chan check raised all in and it took Lin only a seconds to call with AJ. He celebrates when Chan shows A6 but the turn comes 6 and Chan takes the lead in the hand. Things got confusing during the webcast when commentator Howard David mistakenly called the action as if Chan had just lost the hand and had busted. Once the confusion had been taken care of, Lin was taken from the tent in third place for a $196,758 payday.
Congratulats go out to Will, although our condolences on the tough finish.
This just in, PROP Player, Brian Lasher, just won a 40 person tournament in Niagara Falls, NY to earn a prize package worth over $15k. The package includes airfare, hotel accomodations for the entire ME, $1,000 spending cash, and the ME entry!
Congratulations to Brian, another PROP player @ the ME!
A friend of the PROP Team, William Lin, is killing it out @ the WSOP – and currently 3rd in chips in event 30. A six-handed, nl event with 847 players, with first place over $500,000.
Everyone at PROP will be rooting for him to take it down. GL WILL! Read the rest of this entry »
Someone please bust Phil Hellmuth so the whole world doesn’t need to listen to how incredible he is.
Shortly after busting out of the $5,000 PLO WSOP tournament on Thursday 6/14, David Williams decided he wasn’t going to be finished for the day.
As if there weren’t enough poker tournaments going on in Vegas during June-July, the Bellagio is also hosting a series of events called the Bellagio Cup III. Well, David entered the $5,000 NL event. After ‘flipping a coin’, he had black and 0 on the roulette wheel, to Roland deWolfe’s Red, he was freerolling in this event.
As the poker gods would have it Read the rest of this entry »