Two new WSOP bracelet winners while partypoker officially releases major software update. Check out these stories and more in the Tuesday Hit and Run.
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Adam Frieman with an impressive feat while David Lambard takes down his first bracelet.
Adam Friedman has won back-to-back $10,000 Dealer’s Choice 6-handed events after taking down the event Monday evening. The victory marked Friedman’s third career bracelet. Not only did he also win the event in 2018 but Friedman also won the $5,000 Seven Card Stud back in 2012. Friedman takes home $312,417 for winning the event while Shaun Deeb ($193,090), Matt Glantz ($139,126) and David Moskowitz ($100,440) were also big winners from the final table.
David Lambard has won his first bracelet after coming out on top of the $3,000 No Limit Hold’em Shootout. Lambard outlasted 313 opponents over three days to win the $207,193. The prize was the largest of his career with his previous best coming via a second-place finish at the $1,700 WSOP Circuit No Limit Hold’em in Los Angeles in December.
Day 2 of the $10,000 Seven Card Stud Championship kicked off on Tuesday with Scott Seiver holding the chip lead with 36 players remaining. Also still in the hunt is Scott Clements, Greg Mueller, Mike Mizrachi, Daniel Negreanu and Eli Elezra.
The $1,000 Super Seniors No Limit Hold’em entered a second day with 837 players remaining of the 2,650 starting field. The event, which requires participants to be 60 years of age or older, is set to award $359,865 to first place. Charles Bailey held the chip lead to begin the day with Joseph Markiewicz taking over by late afternoon.
Shahar Levi led a field of 200 to begin Day 2 of the $1,500 Pot Limit Omaha on Tuesday. Levi dipped in the chip count as the day progressed with Mark Liedtke holding the chip lead at the time of this writing. Matt Glantz and Erik Seidel are among the notables threatening with 129 players remaining.
Day 4 of the $1,000 Double Stack No-Limit Hold’em began with just 40 players left and Zinan Xu holding the chip lead, a lead he continued to hold through Tuesday afternoon. At the time of this writing, there are 22 players remaining.
Tuesday sees the start of two new events, Events #43 and #44, the $600 Mixed No-Limit Hold’em/Pot Limit Omaha Deepstack 8-handed and the $2,500 Mixed Big Bet.
Watch the WSOP
Today on the WSOP streaming schedule you can catch the final table of the $800 No Limit Hold’em Deepstack final table beginning at 3 PM PT. Tomorrow poker fans can enjoy the final table of the $1,500 Pot Limit Omaha. Both events are exclusively available on CBS All Access, which fans can subscribe to for $5.99 per month.
– On Monday, partypoker officially released a software update that removes the use of third-party tools, deletes player notes and requires players to change their screen names.
– The PlaySugarHouse online sportsbook went live late last month. If you are in PA, you can place bets from anywhere in the state. Looking to make a deposit, here is a guide to the various PlaySugarHouse deposit methods.
– Congress is considering defunding of U.S. Department of Justice enforcement for its 2018 opinion of the Wire Act.
– Tuesday’s featured classic Grinderschool poker training of the day continues its look at Colossos’ “Cash Games with Colossos” series. In this episode, Colossos examines results and continues a live play session before taking a look at the biggest factor contributing to his win rate.
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– In his latest WSOP vlog, Daniel Negreanu talks the $10,000 S7 Card Stud and the $25,000 Fantasy League.
– Mike Matusow goes through his experience in the $1,000 Seniors No Limit Hold’em in his latest vlog from the WSOP:
– Joey Ingram, Brad Owen and Jon Pardy are among those participating in a special Thirst Lounge Sit and Go: