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The Big Event - Main Event: The final table is set!

Tags: Jeremy Ausmus, joe hachem, the big event, victor ramadin
Posted on 10 March 2011 by "T".

Day 4 of The Big Event Main event ended up being the shortest day so far. 22 players became 8 in just about 5 hours of play and the final table is now set! Victor Ramadin, who has been the chip leader for the past 2 days, is no longer in the lead. The new chip leader is Jeremy Ausmus (picture) and he will bring just about 4 million chips to the final table. 

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The Big Event - Main Event: Joe Hachem in 8th place

Tags: daniel negreanu, joe hachem, the big event, victor ramadin
Posted on 09 March 2011 by "T".

The final table of The Big Event Main Event is not far away now as there are only 22 players left. Unfortunately Daniel Negreanu didn't last all the way and he finished in 37th place ($9,000). However, there is still a big name left in the tournament. Joe Hachem, the 2005 WSOP Main Event Champ, was playing very good during Day 3 and he managed to accumulate a stack of 610,000 chips (8th place).

The American Victor Ramadin is still in the lead. He continued playing good throughout Day 3 and now he has 1,6 million chips. But there are another 3 players with over 1 million chips, so there is no time for him to sit back and relax yet. We will return with an update as soon as Day 4 of the Main Event has come to an end.



The Big Event - Main Event: Daniel Negreanu in 5th place with 70 players left

Tags: daniel negreanu, the big event, victor ramadin
Posted on 08 March 2011 by "T".

Last Saturday, the tournament series The Big Event kicked off at the Bicycle Casino in Los Angeles. 417 players signed up for the Main Event and now, 3 days later, 70 players still have the chance to reach the final table and battle for some serious cash.

Chip leader is the american Victor Ramadin. Ramadin has played fantastic poker from the very beginning of the tournament and he has managed to accumulate 1,050,000 chips - double the stack than Jamie Kaplan in second place.

The biggest name left in the field of players is from Canada. Daniel Negreanu has 360,700 chips and is at the moment in 5th place. A win for Negreanu will take him back to number 1 on the All Time Money list, so we can expect to see him play his very best game.


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