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Friday, June 29, 2007

Mike Finishes 16th in $50K HORSE

Mike picked up $88K when he went out in 16th place in the $50K buy-in HORSE event which many pros consider to be the real main event.


(Omaha 8 or Better) Amnon Filippi has the button in seat 2, Wolff limps for 25,000, Matusow raises to 50,000, and Wolff calls. The flop comes {5-Diamonds}{4-Spades}{2-Clubs}, Wolff bets 25,000, Matusow moves all in for 50,000, and Wolff calls with A-Q-6-3 -- a wheel (five-high) straight for the high and the low. Matusow shows A-Q-9-2, and he's drawing very thin, needing a three to chop the pot with a wheel, or running spades for a flush.

The turn card is the {A-Clubs}, giving Matusow two pair, aces and deuces, and additional outs to a full house. The river card is the {8-Spades}, and Wolff scoops the pot with a wheel.


You can check out how Mike did throughout the tournament at PokerNews.

1 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

mike,

I have a question for you. would you be willing to wager that you or any 2 other pro's of your choosing will win the main event this year.

here is the basic idea:

I bet you 200$ that neither you nor two other pro's you choose will win the main event this year. you email me before the main event starts and tell which two pro's you are choosing, and if one of the 3 of you win, I send you 200$, if neither of the 3 of you win, you send me 300$. i think 3:2 odds are fair considering you get to pick 2 guys to help you.

let me know what you think.

neal jones
purev1l@yahoo.com

12:02 AM  

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