Monday, December 05, 2005


Day Three: The Final Table Takes Shape
Michael Gracz had a quick fall on day three, busting out in the first round when Don Zewin moved all in after a flop of
A 9 4. Gracz called with the A K (pair of aces), but Zewin showed pocket nines (9 9) for middle set. Another ace on the turn gave Gracz four outs to survive, but the river card was the 2. Gracz was out in 28th place, but only the top 27 received POY points. Somewhere, John Phan let out a sigh of relief as his quest for the Player of the Year award survived another scare.

"Tournament Report : Doyle Brunson North American Poker Championship" by BJ Nemeth, from the latest Card Player magazine, November 23, 2005 (Vol. 18, No. 23)

BJ Nemeth does a commendable job with his tournament writeups for Card Player magazine. His proofreader, however, should be more alert. After the turn, Gracz has seven outs to survive and not four, as stated in the article.


Big Cheez said...

Perchance if you spent more time in productive pursuits - like collecting aluminum cans along the Interstate - and less time in picking nits, you might find yourself back in the game, rather than on the "rail"...

Mr Subliminal said...

I prefer your earlier suggestion of setting my mattress alight.

Big Cheez said...

...well, now that you mention it, so do I.