Week Fifteen - December
(C-Note: As always, what follows are
Obviously, since it's only an hour show, most hands are
not televised so you're going to see a lot of jumping of
the dealer button. For more information on this and
other poker precepts, visit Chris Wolvie's
Poker Primer. In the meantime, here's
Week 15: a nice size
payout today and it gets better with Kenna James sitting
with Chad Brown (Yeehaw).
The Players: Rich Lister/Connie Kim/Renee Wexler/Howard
(Tahoe) Andrew/David Plastik/Rick Russel/Pete Lawson
a nice $8,000 and a trip to Mexico City goes to the
Hand 1: Tahoe calls in with 5s 5c, Rick raises to $1,600
wiht Kd Kh, Pete Calls with 8s 7d. Tahoe calls as well.
The flop is 9h/10c/6d. Rick goes all in, Pete calls,
Tahoe wisely gets out. Qh on the turn and a 4c on the
river and Rick goes out in 7th place.
Hand 2: Connie calls
with 6-9 of spades, Renee goes all in with Ah 4d. Connie
calls. Jc/2d/6d on the flop, Js on the turn and a Qc on
the river and Renee goes out in 6th place.
Hand 3: Rich bets $1,600
with 7s Ah, Tahoe calls with Kc 9s, Flop comes Qc/5s/Kh.
Rich bets $1,800, Tahoe is all in. Turn comes 5h and the
River comes a Ks and Tahoe Doubles up.
Hand 4: Rich bets $800
with As Jh, Connie raises to $1,600 with Ac Qs. David
calls with 8d 8c. Flop is 3h/7d/2s. Connie bets $5,000,
but David goes all in, forcing Rich and Connie to fold.
David wins the pot.
Hand 5: Connie Raises to
$2,400 with Jc Qh, David Re-raises to $5,000 with Ah Ac,
Connie gives it up.
Hand 6: Pete bets $2,400
with Ah Js, Connie goes all in with A-10 of diamonds and
Pete calls. Flop is 3s/9c/9s, Turn is 2c, River ends
Connie's final table with a K of Diamonds.
Hand 7: Pete calls with
8s Qh, Rich calls with Kd 4h. Flop is Qs/Ks/5h. Turn is
the 3h with Pete betting $2,500 and Rich going all in.
Pete calls and becomes a 9-1 dog. River is the 10 of
hearts and Rich doubles up.
Hand 8: David bets
$3,000 with Qc Qd, Tahoe calls all in with 2h Kd. Flop
is 2s/Jd/6h, Turn is a A of spades and the river is a 4s
and Tahoe is out.
Hand 9: Pete bets $3,600
with A-5 of hearts, Rich goes all in with As 10d with
Pete calling. Flop is 2s/Jd/Kd, turn is a 10s and the
river is a Qd and we have a split pot.
Hand 10: Pete calls with
9c Ks, Rich calls with 7c 6h, Flop is 2c/Kh/3c, Turn is
a 7d and Pete bets $7,000 but Rich goes all in. Pete
calls and rich basically needs a 7 to win this thing.
Instead, he departs in 3rd when a 2s came out on the
HEADS UP: DAVID PLASTIK
(C4) VS. PETE "THE PISTOL" LAWSON should be an explosive
Hand 11: David bets
$2,000 with 10h 10s, Pete calls with A of spades and 6c.
Flop is Js/3d/6h. Pete bets $11,000 David goes all in
and Pete calls. Turn is a 3h and the river is a 2c and
C4 Doubles up.
Hand 12: David bets
$3,500 with Ac As and Pete Folds.
Hand 13: Pete calls with
5d Qh, David checks with 8s Ad. Flop is 4h/6s/5c. David
bets $3,600 with pete calling. Turn is a 2 of diamonds.
River becomes an A of spades. Pete Bets $6,000, David
calls and wins the pot.
Hand 14: David bets
$5,500 with 10-6 of heards, Pete Raises to $11,000 with
9-10 of spades, David should fold and he does.
Hand 15: Pete bets
$6,000 with 6d-6h, David goes all in with Ah Ks. Pete
calls. Qd/8c/5c on teh flop, Turn is a 2 of hearts and
athe river is a 5 of diamonds and C4 is Diffused by the
pistol who wins the day.
Pete the Pistol takes home $8,000 and a lovely DVD
player to take along with him to Mexico City. A haul of
Only 8 more to go after this one, then the semis.