Monday has been anything but boring as Phil Hellmuth just won his 12th gold bracelet after defeating Don Zewin heads-up. Also, we got to watch an epic heads-up match between Phil Ivey and Andy Frankenberger in event 17: $10,000 Pot-Limit Hold'em. As soon as the heads-up battle started, more and more people gathered around the table and cheered on their favorite player.
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Joined: Apr '09
Age: 37 (M)
A eight gold bracelet winner against a single bracelet winner and the "rookie" beated the master. Phil Ivey must have had a lot of expectations in this, but they started very close in terms of chips, which means that the advance would have to be created in the game between both of them in the final HU. The game went well for Andy and Ivey let the bracelet run for the oponents side. Will Ivey still play in any other event this year? He may have the chance to get his 9th bracelet in 2012...
Joined: May '08
Age: 32 (M)
just another piece of evidence that poker is a game of luck- how do you think, what are the chances of any amateur coming to play against nadal in the french open final and actually beating him? the only chance is injury, but besides that chances are close to nil...however in poker there is a completely different situation, any amateur can outplay the greatest pro? so how can one call this a game of skill?
Joined: Jun '12
Age: 45 (M)
Skill? Yes poker is a games of skill! Sit at a real table with real money and have a big hand. Keeping your composure is a skill! Your bets can be considered skill as well! Do actors not have skill? that is all