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Poker news tagged with 'partypoker premier league iv'

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feb
19

David Benyamine wins PartyPoker Premier League IV ($400,000)

Tags: David Benyamine, Luke Schwartz, PartyPoker Premier League IV, Phil Laak
Posted on 19 February 2010 by "T".

Phil Laak started the final table with most chips meaning that he had accumulated the most points before the final table. Phil was closely followed by David Benyamine. Both of them had been in the top of the field since the first heats. However, it came to be Phil Laak who was the first player to drop out of the field. And shortly after, it was time for Roland De Wolfe to leave.

Daniel Negreanu was playing very well on the final table and also was the chip leader for a while. But unfortunately, Daniel was crippled by Luke Schwartch and then eliminated by David Benyamine. After that, it was time for Giovanni Safini, the online qualifier, to leave the tournament. He must have been quite satisfied with making $100,000 from the $120 he paid to take part in the PartyPoker Premier League IV satellite.

Read more » David Benyamine wins PartyPoker Premier League IV ($400,000)

feb
15

PartyPoker Premier League IV: Phil Laak in the lead!

Tags: david benyamine, jc tran, Luke Schwartz, PartyPoker Premier League IV, Phil Laak, Vanessa Rousso
Posted on 15 February 2010 by "T".

A few days ago, PartyPoker Premier League IV in Las Vegas kicked off. 11 pros and 1 internet qualifier are now playing for a prize pool of $1,5 million dollars + a sponsorship contract worth $100,000. So far, three heats out of 12 have been played.

Heat 1: Phil Laak wins the first heat!

Phil Laak is a very good poker player. No doubt about that! Anyhow, even a good poker player like Phil can get lucky once in a while. Well, he got lucky many times in Heat 1 as he flopped sets numerous times when his opponents had big hands. Nothing could stop Phil this day, and after 8 hours of play, it was all over as JC Tran, last year's winner, was eliminated in second place.

Read more » PartyPoker Premier League IV: Phil Laak in the lead!


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