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TOPIC: Round 1 of the 2013 Texas Hold'em ANZPT Resurrection: Hachem is king

Round 1 of the 2013 Texas Hold'em ANZPT Resurrection: Hachem is king 1 month, 2 weeks ago #2758

The weather in Melbourne was not very good this day, but did not prevent 224 Texas Hold'em players from participating in the historic ANZPT Resurrection Main Event.
This Texas Hold'em event is very exciting. This is the first time the ANZPT Main Event has taken a resurrection, with a prize pool of $750,000. The gold bracelet event held in Las Vegas did not stop the best players from Australia to enter Melbourne.
Among these players are Andrew Hinrichsen, Daniel Neilson, Mishel Anunu, Martin Kozlov, Patrick Healy, Trung Tran, Aaron Benton, Eric Assadourian, Michael Kanaan, Amanda De Cesare, Tony Kondevski, Ricky Kroesen, Josh Barrett, Ashley Warner, Tony Tartaglia, Dale Marsland, Jackie Glazier, Kristian Lunardi, Liam O'Rourke, Tom Grigg, Didier Guerin, Anthony Aston and Ivan Zalac.
The structure of the game encourages players to play fast games in order to accumulate huge chips or re-buy on the second day. This model is perfect for Guatam Dhingra. We saw him defeat Mario Ljubicic with Dark 3 and scored a huge pot, which made a big chip advantage at the end of the game.
But the game changed dramatically in the <a href="www.juno99.com/">카지노사이트</a>early days. Dhingra and Anthony Hachem are entangled. Both are big chips on the field, holding AA and KK respectively. The scene sparked, but the K of the public card made a brutal blow to Dhingra. Hachem's chips soared.
 Hachem seems to break the shadows of his father Joe and his uncle Tony, hoping to open their own world in the poker world. In January, Hachem won a gold ring at the Aussie Millions. Now, he has hopes to refresh the Texas Hold'em resume in Melbourne.
 Hachem accumulated a total of 386,000 chips on the day. Guatam Dhingra regained its vitality in the late stage and ranked second with 203,000 chips. Dale Marsland (202,000) and Aron Joyce (190,500) also advanced to the second round. About 33 players were promoted to the competition that day.
Other qualifying Texas Hold'em players include Michael Fadersen, Luke Brabin, Patrick Healy, Trung Tran and Jackie Glazier
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