The second day of the $25,000 High Roller saw a field of 129 players returning to the poker tables. It was an action-packed day of poker, given that only 11 players remained after ten levels of play - including big names such as Scott Seiver, Faraz Jaka and Dominik Nitsche.
However, it was Canada's Jean-Pascal Savard (picture) who bagged up the chip lead at the end of play. Savard only has $61,85[...] Read more » PCA 2015: 11 Players Left, Jean-Pascal Savard In The Lead
Joined: Mar '12
Location: United Kingdom
Age: 39 (F)
I was hoping to see Daniel Negreanu do well in this but I just saw the hand which he had when he was knocked out in 14th place,Negreanu had 67 against Heimiller who had 42 suited,flop came 567 so all the chips go in and the river is a 3,so not to be for him this year. Would like to see Faraz Jaka win as I think he is an exciting player to watch and has deserved to win more tournaments but he has a lot of catching up to do.
LOL, it's funny to read this after knowing that the man from Azerbaijan going to take the crown. Not Canada, not United States but Azerbaijan. Pirating in the Caribbean have it's ups and downs, but going to a vacation on winter hanging around a sunny beach and earning at least 112k for this have to be the best way anybody could be spending his or her holiday. The. Best. Way. Also, Nitsche and Pascal playing poker. I didn't remember this from my textbooks, LOL.