A pro adds to his bracelet total at the WSOP Asia Pacific, and Phil Ivey gets his day in court. It’s all in our daily wrap-up of the world of poker, the Hit and Run.
WSOP Asia Pacific:The World Series of Poker APAC in Melbourne rolls on, as Jeff Lisandro got his sixth career bracelet by winning a pot-limit Omaha event for just over $50K. Report here.
Also at the WSOP:
–Junzhong Loo became the first player from Malaysia to win a bracelet.
—Updates from the Terminator event, which has 14 players left, including Mike Watson and Brandon Shack-Harris.
—Another pot-limit Omaha event is underway.
Ivey in court: Phil Ivey’s court case, in which he is suing Crockford’s in London for more than $12 million for withholding his winnings, is underway. Crockford’s alleges he was using a technique called “edge-sorting,” and Ivey actually admitted to trying to gain an advantage over the casino in court. More here.
—Fantasy football and poker go hand in hand?
—What level of poker thinking are you doing?
–Takeaways from the 2014 Global Gaming Expo.
—PokerStars gains ground in Italy.
–Macau gaming has another bad month.