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WSOP - Main Event: Darvin Moon (chip leader) - A true working class hero

Darvin Moon has a huge chip lead of the last 9 remaining players in the Main Event, WSOP 2009. He's already guaranteed to become a millionare even if he ends up last on the final table in November. But Darvin takes everything very relaxed and continue working his "9-5" shift in the woods. Darvin Moon, 45, is an amateur poker player who has no previous documented cashes before the WSOP Main Event.[...]   Read more » WSOP - Main Event: Darvin Moon (chip leader) - A true working class hero

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phil ivey win this year the wsop ...he is small stack with Akenhead but it have nothing to say....i think he made it this year..

     
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ivey wont win, he wll get rank 6-7.

     
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ivey will bust on 8 place

     
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Ivey is my favourite too, but with that low stack Im not sure he will win.
I would be happy for Darwin victory instead of Ivey

     
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West Virginia is the woods!

     
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Wood was hit by the deck, and some players made huge mistakes against him. We will see how he plays when he runs normal. Ivey has a shorter stack, but still room to manouver. I guess he has ~40BB.

     
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This happens every year at all these WSOP tourneys...poker is a great game, but it's definitely not a sport

     
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I was supporting Ivey until reading about this guy.
Humble and hardowrking men, go for it. Wining a satellite and reaching the final table of the biggest live tournament, it can not be only easy situations to play.

Ivey is young and will have another chance.

     
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Watching an amateur leading the way to the first prize of one of the biggest tournaments ever must be the worst thing a poker pro can imagine. Now think about living it, like Phil Ivey is. This pro is now months away to live his worst nightmare, being eliminated from a WSOP final table surrounded by unknown players and, worst of all, watching someone who doesnt even is sponsored win the first prize.

     
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Phil Ivey is the most experienced pro of the bunch. I don't think it even matters how many chips he has...honestly I think he just needs some cards. He can read players well and has a stone-cold expression himself that is impossible to read, especially to amateurs. Darvin Moon even said himself "With the cards I'm getting it's easy. The first hand I sat down I had pocket kings and rivered trips. Three hands later I had pocket aces and flopped trips. How hard is it?" He's been getting lucky with cards. Ig he keeps getting the cards, I'm sure he'll finish at the top...but if Ivey can get some cards, he knows how to play em and will take a hard run at it!

     
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I don't think ivey will make past top 5 , but anything is possible so i hope he does.
Moon has a big chip lead but i don't think he's gonna win it as this will be his first cashing tournament and with so many pros around someone will get him.

     
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Anyone know what the blinds will be? And it must suck waiting 3-4 months for the final table.

     
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hello
how many was the starting stack and how many took place this year?????
thanks for your help

     
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I see that everyone is talking about Ivey and Moon so I would like to talk about Jeff Shulman... he's also a well-known and very experienced player on the circuit, he also has a good amount of chips to play and take this game down if he hits good cards... so beware of him guys.

     
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go james akenhead. thats it.

     
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I hope he will make it, even if it would probably nearly kill Ivy.

     
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if ivey can double-up he will be very dangerous, but to do this he will probably have to win a preflop all-in, which means his chances for that won't be better than 80%, even if he has good cards and perfect reads theres still the variance. and of course even ivey doesn't always play perfect.
i'd like to see ivey win it, as i think he is the best pokerplayer (alive), but i also would like to see moon win it, because he isn't already rich and it's always nice to see an amateur make (as long as it is not an amateur like jamie gold)

     
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Posted by GeneYuss:
Anyone know what the blinds will be? And it must suck waiting 3-4 months for the final table.

For the other 8. Ivey will be busy making prop bets. Big Smile

     
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Posted by shokaku:
Posted by GeneYuss:
Anyone know what the blinds will be? And it must suck waiting 3-4 months for the final table.

For the other 8. Ivey will be busy making prop bets. Big Smile


Hehe Smile Ya, he likes making props bets, have you listened to Ivey's radio show with Berry Greenstein?

     
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