So, as I indicated in my last post, I’m going to be reviewing one hand from the 2008 World Series of Poker Main Event Final Table, primarily to demonstrate that the hands shown are not necessarily the best-played hands. I believe this was the second hand shown on ESPN. Amateur Dennis Phillips entered the final table as the chip leader, lost some chips on the first hand, and was in second place to Russian professional Ivan Demidov when this hand came up. Phillips was first to act, Demidov was near the button. I’m going to jump right into the hand, and evaluate each action. I’ll indicate some thought on how I think the players should have played each action too.
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Our resident training professional, Ron Rose, has decided to allow our members to split 20% of his 2008 World Series of Poker Senior event winnings equally among themselves. This is a huge benefit for our members because Ron has a tremendous track record at this event: 1st and 6th in the two years he played it!