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WPT Doyle Brunson Five Diamond World Poker Classic

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Posted on 09 December 2013 by "T".

The World Poker Tour Five Diamonds World Poker Classic has been running over the weekend at Bellagio in Las Vegas. A total of 449 players entered the competition and there are 59 players remaining after 3 days of play. The chip leader is Don Nguyen with 774,500, and he will be joined at the poker tables tonight by several poker stars, including Dan O'Brien (504,500), Brian Rast (459,500), Joe Serock (430,000), Jeff Madsen (353,500) and Scotty Nguyen (149,500).

The money bubble will burst when 45 players remain, which should occur early in Day 4. A minimum cash is worth $21,700 and the winner will take home an increadible $1,161,135! Tune back in tomorrow for another update!


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5 comments on "WPT Doyle Brunson Five Diamond World Poker Classic"

 doubletop77709/12/2013 10:04:53 GMT
There are some big names left in this tournament and whoever wins this will have deserved the $1,161,135. Good luck to all those who are left and it will be interesting to see who wins it
 Mrgreen8809/12/2013 11:57:03 GMT
Intresting to see how long the"yeah baby" vegas guy Scotty gonna handle this Big Smile Big SmileD Big Smile
 Calmplay09/12/2013 14:23:26 GMT
I wonder if Doyle Brunson played in this WPT Doyle Brunson Five Diamond World Poker Classic and yeah I would love to see an old school player taking this one million first prize and Scotty "yeah baby" Nguyen is one of them Big Smile go baby go!!!
 Heskor09/12/2013 15:29:30 GMT
Doyle Brunson is still going strong, love this man, he is a legend, he has been in poker for ages and the vast experience he has cannot be compared to anyone. Maybe some online sicko players might beats him with volume but still he has the edge and patience to go against anyone!
 Sorin88810/12/2013 08:54:52 GMT
Known as one of the tour's top events, the pros were out in force and many made full use of the generous re-entry format. Re-entry tournaments are bad for the game according to MTT veteran Chris Moorman.Chris argues that re-entry events favour professionals and make bluffing less feasible for amateurs because players with large bankrolls will make thin calls.

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