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PCA 2015: High Roller Event Attracts Record Field

Tags: 2015 PCA
Posted on Tuesday, January 13, 2015 by "T".
Day 1 of the $25,000 High Roller saw more than 250 entries on Monday, a new record for the PCA High Roller, and the registration is still not closed! It's not official at this time exactly how many players survived Day 1, but the 100+ players remaining in the event will be led by Scott Seiver into the second day. Seiver will be coming back to the 1/2k blinds with a stack of 307,700. Not far behin[...]   Read more » PCA 2015: High Roller Event Attracts Record Field

  13-Jan-15, 09:51   #1
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is Hellmuth even playing at this event? I remember one PCA they were on the look out for him - he finally came in, but didn't last long at all haha

  13-Jan-15, 09:57   #2
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These high roller events are attracting more and more entries all the time and i think that these tournaments are the real main event. There was a time when only a handful of players would play but that has certainly changed

  13-Jan-15, 13:15   #3

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These events are the most important for players who have a good bankroll as important awards in relation gather a not so large number of players on the payroll

  13-Jan-15, 13:37   #4

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High Roller Event in poker is the best because they are the best players undoubtedly being the highest buy in what can only pay those who are in the elite of world poker and the level of play is second to none

  13-Jan-15, 14:01   #5

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It bores me see High Roller Event because players are careful, I prefer the main events because more reckless moves and hands are seen by more than this the elite of world poker at these events I keep the populace that entertains more

  13-Jan-15, 15:33   #6
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The high rollers do tend to be more popular than they used to be but the $25k buy in is not as big as a lot of the high rollers.I prefer watching these types of games,maybe you won't see as much "reckless" play as in other tournaments but the top players will still be prepared to bluff and play good poker.

  14-Jan-15, 08:21   #7
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The chip counts tonight are as follows:

Jean-Pascal Savard (Canada) 2,433,000
Oleksii Khoroshenin (Ukraine) 2,256,000
Dan Heimiller (United States) 2,123,000
Dominik Nitsche (Germany) 1,965,000
Ilkin Garibli (Azerbaijan) 1,410,000
Lee Markholt (United States) 836,000
Nick Petrangelo (United States) 800,000
Scott Seiver (United States) 761,000
Bryn Kenney (United States) 610,000
Joe Kuether (United States) 520,000
Faraz Jaka (United States) 368,000

  14-Jan-15, 14:25   #8

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Triple-crown is such a funny name it totally sounds like a dentist's term for something like you have in your mouth. BTW High Roller events are funny too, because that title still does sound like they are holding a convention for marihuana users and distributors. So since nothing is not funny about this event I would say I am rooting for a totally new and unimportant recreational player to put this one in his or her bag. Whoever will achieve this on these terms will have my respect for sure...

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