The World Series of Poker (WSOP) attracts poker players from all over the world and here is one from Chile. Nick Yunis is a talented player, still searching for that big score. The man just seems to be able to amass huge stacks in deep fields, but finds it a little bit more difficult keeping hold of them. Here is Yunis in action over at Table Thirty-Nine.
The player on the button raised to 150 and Yunis made the call in the small blind. The flop was and both players checked. The turn was the , Yunis bet 225 and his opponent called. The river card was the and Yunis took some time to ponder his decision before over betting the pot. He made it 1,600 and it sent his opponent into a confused state. He counted out the call and just stared at Yunis. He reached his hand under his cap scratched his head and mucked his cards.
The other addition to the Silver Section is Terrence Chan. In terms of $1k events, Chan is having a barnstorming first 2-levels with a smidgen under 6,300 (but did have 10k!)
tchanpoker Terrence Chan
Opened utg with QJ. 6 people (really) flat. Flop KQQ. I get it in vs AK, and hold. 10k already after 1 hour of play. #1kproblems July 04 2012