A day of drama at the felt saw seven WSOP tournaments in play as Benny Glaser beat Everett Carlton to the delayed $10,000 Razz Championship bracelet, Ole Schemion won the first WSOP bracelet of his stellar career and Jason Wheeler grabbed gold for the first time in his career at
James Romero is continuing his tremendous showing at the partypoker LIVE MILLIONS South America as, after winning the Super High Roller for $325,000 to start the week, he's not one of the top contenders along with Kevin MacPhee and Kenny Hallaert in the High Roller at the Enjoy Punta Del
Day 1a of the partypoker MILLIONS South America Main Event is in the books, and it's Uruguay's own Fabrizio Gonzalez headlining. Over the eight one-hour levels played, he turned his one million starting stack into well over 5.5 million. German high roller Robert Heidorn (5,475,000), Tommie Janssen (4,315,000,) Kenny Hallaert (3,615,000,)
Seated under the gun, Kenny Hallaert shoved for 495,000. The action folded to Sergio Iralasky on the button and he called. Both blinds folded. Kenny Hallaert: [AsKh] Sergio Iralasky: [QsQh] The board ran out [2d3d3c] [Jd] [8c] and Hallaert said his goodbyes.
Sergio Iralasky raised to 40,000 from middle position holding [as9s] and Kenny Hallaert three-bet to 150,000 with [thtd] from the button. The blinds got out of the way and Iralasky called. The flop was [qd7c5c] and both players checked. The turn was the [9c] and Iralasky put his entire stack of
Kenny Hallaert entered the tournament in the last break, but he won't be around for the next unless he decides to reenter. According to Jacob Daniels, Hallaert first lost a flip with pocket sevens against the ace-jack of Brunno Botteon De Albuquerque getting counterfeited by the board. The remainder of
We're around halfway through the 2019 World Series of Poker, and with over 40 events in the can, players are either enjoying or enduring the middle stretch of the most fabulous festival in poker. We'll let you decide who falls into which category. HALLAERT OFFERS SAVAGE TAKE ON STACKING Kenny Hallaert wasn't