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WPT Mazagan

Tags: and Fabrice Soulier, Davidi Kitai, gaelle baumann, Guillaume Darcourt, mazagan, morocco, world poker tour, wpt.
Posted on 30 November 2012 by "T".

Day 3 of the World Poker Tour Mazagan (Morocco) main event is running at the moment and there are 20 players left out of 146. The average stack is 219,000 and the chip leader is Frederic Brunet with 360,500 chips.

Gaelle Baumann, who finished 10th in the 2012 WSOP main event, was eliminated a while ago, but there are still some familiar faces left with the chance of winning the first prize of $168,207! Just to mention 3 of them: Champions Club Members Davidi Kitai and Guillaume Darcourt, and the winner of the 2011 WSOP HORSE Championship ($609,130): Fabrice Soulier.  

 


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9 comments for "WPT Mazagan"

 Doarulle01/12/2012 01:18:56 GMT
Where i can find how was buy in ? btw the chipleader haven't so much chips... 360k and the average 219k ... or all of them are good players or the chipleader is not a leader
 Sorin88801/12/2012 09:13:54 GMT
Davidi Kitai Leads The Final Six at WPT Mazagan.The WPT Champions Club member and Triple Crown Winner, Davidi Kitai, ran as hot as lava. Kitai was unstoppable and will return for final table with 50% of the chips in play. Can anyone stop him from winning his second WPT Main Event title?
 Impak00701/12/2012 15:16:50 GMT
must be very tactical played tournament, when is leader 50 percent up to tournament avarenge.
 pochui01/12/2012 15:26:03 GMT
i'm not sure if it's the case of very well tactically played- when you have 50% of all tournament chips with full final table remaining it's more like: you've been running super hot...and the funny thing is that this is not as serious advantage as it looks on paper, remember it's poker- if at half time football team was leading 4-0, then it would win the game probably 99% of the time, in poker i think this figure is way lower
 Fakiry01/12/2012 16:02:26 GMT
There's no big difference between the avarage chip amount and the chip leader, but this may not mean there aren't big differences between the first and the rest. There may be a couple of players with similar amount but, you know, if one's got 1,000 and another got 100 the avarage is 550. And there are some champions on that field...
 Sorin88802/12/2012 10:15:53 GMT
Giacomo Fundaro Wins WPT Mazagan
It took 31-levels before we saw a smile break out on the face of the brooding Italian Giacomo Fundaro. But when it did come out to play, it didn’t go away for quite some time. He was controversial, he was enigmatic, he was enraging and often brilliant; but most of all he was deserving. Congratulations to the latest member of the WPT Championship Club: Giacomo Fundaro. The champion of WPT Mazagan.
 bullettooth102/12/2012 10:42:28 GMT
i would love to have the bankroll to be able to play at every stop on a poker tour.
how great would that be?
maybe one day. i'll put it on my bucket list Smile)
 Mysik8602/12/2012 12:39:48 GMT
Posted by pochui:
i'm not sure if it's the case of very well tactically played- when you have 50% of all tournament chips with full final table remaining it's more like: you've been running super hot...and the funny thing is that this is not as serious advantage as it looks on paper, remember it's poker- if at half time football team was leading 4-0, then it would win the game probably 99% of the time, in poker i think this figure is way lower


Don't say hop Smile I remember Champions League final, when AC Milan play against Liverpool and they're winning 3-0 after half-time. But in full-time was 3-3 and Liverpool won after penalty shot Smile
 Sorin88803/12/2012 11:54:21 GMT
Fate often has a habit of biting you when you've dared to tempt it and no one will know that feeling more, today, than Davidi Kitai. After being asked which player he'd rather not double up during the WPT Mazagan finale he named Giacomo Fundaro, an unpredictable Italian he couldn't get a read on

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