The Wynn Las Vegas was set to host three $10,000 buy-in High Roller tournaments over the weekend, and with an impressive turnout from the high roller community, a fourth tournament was added on Sunday. Back in March, the Wynn Las Vegas was one of the first poker rooms to begin implementing
The 2020 World Series of Poker Online continued on GGPoker on Wednesday with Event #36: $1,500 FIFTY STACK No-Limit Hold'em attracting a 1,342-entrant field that created a $1,912,350 prize pool. South Africa's Michael "YesPlease" Clacher would break through to collect the $297,496 first-place prize and the WSOP bracelet - the
Martin Zamani raised to 3.5 million from under the gun, Adrian Mateos three-bet to 10.5 million from the cutoff, Zamani four-bet all in for about 51.5 million and Mateos called. Zamani: [8h8c] Mateos: [AsKd] The board came down [6h4h5cAdJs], giving Mateos a pair of aces to eliminate Zamani in 18th place.
Scott Wellenbach raised to 3 million from under the gun and Martin Zamani called in the big blind. The flop landed [7s2sKs] and Zamani checked. Wellenbach bet 3.5 million and Zamani called before both players checked the [2c] on the turn. The river landed the [4d] and Zamani announced 10 million. Wellenbach
Martin Zamani raised all in from the small blind and Michal Bochenski called all in from the big blind for 13,600,000. Zamani: [As8s] Bochenski: [AhAc] The board ran out [6hTsJhTc2s], safe for Bochenski to double up.
Giuseppe Carbone limped in from the small blind and Martin Zamani checked his option in the big blind. The flop landed [KhKcJc], and Carbone check-called a bet of 800,000 as the turn fell the [5s]. Both players checked, and when the river landed the [Td], Carbone bet 2,000,000 and Zamani folded.
Bryan Piccioli shoved all in from under the gun for 900,000 and Giuseppe Carbone called in the small blind. From the big blind, Martin Zamani made it 3,00,000. Carbone announced he was all in for roughly 27 million and Zamani folded announcing he had [AxJx]. Piccioli: [Qc9d] Carbone: [4s4c] The board ran out
With about 3,000,000 in the pot and the flop reading [2cTc3d], Dimitar Danchev bet 1,700,000 from the big blind and Martin Zamani raised all in with a covering stack. Danchev used four time extensions before he called all in for about 6,500,000. Danchev: [Kc6c] Zamani: [Qc7c] The turn was the [Qh], giving Zamani the
Martin Zamani raised to 450,000 from under the gun and Randel Brown called from middle position. The flop landed [6d8sTs] and Zamani continued for 375,000. Brown called, and then both players checked the [9s] on the turn. The river fell the [Ad] and Zamani bet 1,425,000 and Brown called. Zamani tabled his