Live Events 1
Event #36: $10,000 Dealer's Choice Championship

Event Info

Buy-in $10,000
Prize Pool $867,225
Players 93
Players Left 10
Average Chip Stack 558,000
Total Chips 5,580,000

Level Info

Level 24
Blinds 0 / 0
Ante 0

Players Info - Day 3

Players Left 1
Entries 10



Daniel Negreanu Eliminated in 9th Place ($25,741)

OHairDJ • Level 18
Daniel Negreanu
Daniel Negreanu

No Limit Hold'em

After losing a large pot to Andrew Kelsall in Stud Eight or Better, Daniel Negreanu shoved for his last 75,000 from the cutoff and was called by Matt Glantz in the big blind.

"I only looked at one," Glantz said.

Matt Glantz: {a-Hearts}{2-Hearts}
Daniel Negreanu: {6-Diamonds}{7-Diamonds}

The board ran out {a-Diamonds}{10-Spades}{q-Spades}{9-Hearts}{4-Diamonds} — providing no help to Negreanu and eliminating him in ninth place.

Matt Glantz us
Matt Glantz
us 200,000 -40,000
Daniel Negreanu ca
Daniel Negreanu
ca Busted

Tags: Andrew KelsallDaniel NegreanuMatt Glantz

Level: 18

Limit Flop / Draw: 10,000/20,000
Stud Games: 5,000 ante, 5,000 bring-in, 20,000 completion
No-Limit & Pot-Limit: 10,000/15,000 ante, 5,000/10,000 blinds

Break Time

• Level 17

The remaining 10 players have been sent on a 15-minute break. Play will resume at approximately 3:15 p.m. local time.

Negreanu and Matusow Chop up Glantz

OHairDJ • Level 17


Mike Glantz raised and was called by Mike Matusow on the button and Daniel Negreanu in the small blind.

Each player drew two and Negreanu bet. Both players called.

Negreanu drew one on the second draw and both Glantz and Matusow drew two. Action checked to Matusow, who bet. Both Negreanu and Glantz called.

Negreanu and Glantz drew one on the end and Matusow stood pat. Matusow bet when checked to and both players again called.

Matusow held {8-Hearts}{7-Spades}{6-Hearts}{5-Spades}{2-Diamonds} for an eight-seven and Negreanu tabled a better badugi and they split up Glantz's chips.

Daniel Negreanu ca
Daniel Negreanu
ca 540,000 83,000
Mike Matusow us
Mike Matusow
us 380,000 -30,000
Matt Glantz us
Matt Glantz
us 180,000 -163,000

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Chad_Holloway • Level 17

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