WSOP 2018 Main Event

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#51
You gotta have some luck to win. In 2009 Cada was all-in with deuces and treys against over-pairs and flopped sets both times to survive.
Oh yeah for sure. I remember that guy who won a couple of years ago. In heads up he kept getting premium hands.
 

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#53
Manion check-called 3 streets and more specifically a river bet from Dyer with just AQ on a [J:hearts:9:spades:5:hearts:] [K:clubs:] [8:diamonds:] board o_O

He ties with AQ, he beats Q[76432], T[76432], 7[432]. 6[432], 43, 42, 32.
Watching the Day 7 coverage now. Silly me, I missed what Manion is clearly putting Dyer on. Axhh, most likely AThh, but such a narrow range. He even loses to bluffs such as A8hh or A9hh.
 

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Have I missed anyone?

Joe Cada
$8,546,435 - 2009 WSOP Main Event (1/6494)
$2,150,000 - 2018 WSOP Main Event (5/7874)

Antoine Saout
$3,479,670 - 2009 WSOP Main Event (3/6494)
$2,000,000 - 2017 WSOP Main Event (5/7221)
$188,318 - 2009 WSOPE Main Event (7/334)

Ben Lamb
$633,022 - 2009 WSOP Main Event (14/6494)
$4,021,138 - 2011 WSOP Main Event (3/6865)
$1,000,000 - 2017 WSOP Main Event (9/7221)

Dan Harrington
$1,000,000 - 1995 WSOP Main Event (1/273)
$650,000 - 2003 WSOP Main Event (3/839)
$1,500,000 - 2004 WSOP Main Event (4/2576)

Michael Ruane
$2,567,003 - 2016 WSOP Main Event (4/6737)
$825,001 - 2017 WSOP Main Event (10/7221)

Daniel Negreanu
$395,024 - 2008 WSOPE Main Event (5/362)
$817,035 - 2009 WSOPE Main Event (2/334)
$1,087,160 - 2013 WSOP APAC Main Event (1/405)
$526,778 - 2015 WSOP Main Event (11/6420)

Phil Hellmuth Jnr
$755,000 - 1989 WSOP Main Event (1/178)
$1,333,841 - 2012 WSOPE Main Event (1/420)

Mark Newhouse
$733,224 - 2013 WSOP Main Event (9/6352)
$730,725 - 2014 WSOP Main Event (9/6683)

John Cynn
$650,000 - 2016 WSOP Main Event (11/6737)
$8,800,000 - 2018 WSOP Main Event (1/7874)

Ivan Demidov
$608,995 - 2008 WSOPE Main Event (3/362)
$5,809,595 - 2008 WSOP Main Event (2/6844)
 
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Only now watching the coverage for the first time. I think Cada's shove for 48 bigs was unnecessary.

If Cada won the race, he would have guaranteed himself top 3 and the chip counts would have been:
Dyer - 168,500,000
Cada - 97,600,000
Manion - 84,400,000
Cynn - 38,375,000
Miles - 6,900,000

But if Cada more sensibly called the 3-bet pre then folded on the K89 flop:
Dyer - 167,350,000
Manion - 83,750,000
Miles - 63,700,000
Cada - 40,750,000
Cynn - 38,225,000

Miles has to have AK at worst. I doubt he 3-bets with AQ/TT/99/88/77.

I think the only hand he 3-bet folds is JJ.
 
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#68
if only Cynn called 4.5 hours ago! Even if he was wrong, he still would have had almost 40% of the chips.

I disagree that the last 3 days should be 9->6 then 6->3 then 3->1. I think it should depend on number of BBs each player has left and play should not have to end when a player busts.

Shaun Deeb won a 2nd bracelet the other day. Every year since 2000 one person has won 2+ bracelets and this year almost broke that trend.
 

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#72
when blinds go up to 2M/4M/500k, the avg stack will be down to 49 bigs.

After that, which we probably won't get to, 2.5M/5M/750k, avg stack will be 39 bigs.
 
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