Martins Adeniya started Day 2 with 115,000 chips and ended the day with amazing 512,00 and the chip lead. Most of the chips he accumulated during Day 2 came from a young, aggressive poker player that tried to bluff him in several pots. Adeniya figured out his young opponent's "strategy" quickly and managed to win some huge pots.
"I came into the day with 115,000," said Adeniya. "My stack swung a[...] Read more » Martins Adeniya leads the way into Day 3 of EPT Deauville
Joined: Apr '09
Age: 38 (M)
Good for Martins in getting that bluffer. It is very nice when things like this happens. Someone loses the first time with us and then they keep coming against us just to see if they can take revenge on that first hand. If they do it, everything keeps well. If they don’t, they will only stop when they lose all.
Joined: May '08
Age: 33 (M)
always great to catch a bluffer- especially in a serious tournament- you basically get double joy: bust up the bluffer and put yourself in a great position to make some profit in the end of the tourney- it sounds easy enough to do, but in reality the bigger the buy in the tougher call it gets to make when someone you believe is bluffing