Event 61: $10,000 No-Limit Hold'em Main Event

Vedes Loses a Crisp One


With a board of {A-Spades}{6-Diamonds}{2-Diamonds}{Q-Clubs} in the middle of the felt, Tommy Vedes bet 625. His opponent was Nicholas Crisp from the United Kingdom and he made the call to see the {J-Hearts} fall on the river. Vedes fired again, betting out 1,925. Crisp made the call.

Vedes tabled the {A-Diamonds}{2-Clubs} for two pair, aces and deuces. Crisp held the {Q-Hearts}{Q-Diamonds} for a set of queens and won the hand.

The winner of this pot, Crisp, has never cashed in a World Series of Poker event. In fact, of all his $78,398 in tournament earnings, they've all come from his home country of England. Crisp is currently having his best year on the felt, having already earned over $65,000. That's thanks in large part to a win at the £500 No-Limit Hold'em Re-Entry Event at the Dusk Till Dawn Monthly Deepstack for £39,000. Crisp took the lion's share of the four-way chop and bested a field of 292 players to do so.

Vedes was on the losing end of this pot, but he surely knows how to make a deep run in the WSOP Main Event. His best finish came in 2009 when he took 19th in the grand daddy of all tournaments for over $350,000. In all, Vedes has 22 WSOP cashes and will be looking to make this his 23rd and a big one at that.

Žetoonide seisud
Tommy Vedes us 20,000 -10,000

Märksõnad: Nicholas CrispTommy Vedes


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