partypoker.net Premier League 7 Heat 6 – Updates

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Heat 6 comprises of the following players:

JEFF GROSS, JONATHAN DUHAMEL , ANTONIO ESFANDIARI, SOREL MIZZI,  DAN SHAK, BRIAN RAST, VANESSA SELBST &  SCOTT SEIVER

We are live from Playground Poker Club in Kahnawake, Quebec and playing Heat 6 of the partypoker.net Premier League VII during WPT Montreal week.

Jeff Gross won Heat 1 followed by Jason Koon taking Heat 2  then we saw Sorel Mizzi taking winning Heat 3 followed by Dan Colman crushing Heat 4 and yesterday we saw Brian Rast winning Heat 5.


PREMIER LEAGUE PLAYOFF MATCHES – KOON VS. JUNGLEMAN

Jason Koon Hand 18 of Match 2:  Koon defeats Jungleman

Koon raises to 8k

Jungleman goes all-in for 75k and Koon calls

Flop

Koon will advance to the Premier League final table.

Tomorrow, Duhamel vs. Seiver for the last seat.

 

 

Jason Koon vs. Daniel Cates
Jason Koon vs. Daniel Cates

Hand 22 – Koon cuts the jungle man’s vine (Match 1 of 3 over)

Jungleman all-in

Koon calls

Flop

Koon wins the first of 3 matches.

 

Jason Koon vs. Daniel Cates
Jason Koon vs. Daniel Cates

Hand 21 – It’s a jungle out there

Jungleman  all in

Koon calls

Flop

Koon 150,000

Jungleman 50,000

 

 

Playoffs set to start

We have completed the 6 heats and there are 2 more seats to be decided by heads up matches.

Four players will play in the heads up matches but only 2 players will advance. Best of 3 matches.

Jason Koon vs. Daniel Cates (tonight)

Scot Seiver vs. Jonathan Duhamel (tomorrow)

 

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SCOTT SEIVER
SCOTT SEIVER

Hand 220 Scott Seiver Wins Heat 6

Seiver calls 30k from the SB

Rast checks

Flop   Seiver bets 60k, Rast shoves all in for 562k, Seiver calls for 502k

Turn   (it’s looking to be in Rast’s favour)

River Seiver lands the flush and wins Heat 6.

 

Hand 216 Beam me back Scottie

Seiver raises to 120k

Rast calls from BB

Flop Seiver bets 90k, Rast calls

Turn   Rast bets 160k, Seiver all in for 857k and Rast calls

River

Seiver takes back the lead.

Seiver 2,134,000

Rast 266,000

Players are back from ten minute break.

Blinds are 30k/60k

Rast   1,348,000

Seiver 1,052,000

Hand 198 Chop flop

Seiver all-in

Rast calls

Flop

Seiver 1,472,000

Rast   928,000

 

Hand 195 Seiver Sei-Saws back

Rast bets

Seiver goes all in, Rast calls

Flop

Seiver 1,472,000

Rast   928,000

Hand 194  Rast regains lead

Seiver raises to 80k

Rast   all in

Flop

Rast’s tens hold for the higher double pair.

Rast   1,864,000

Seiver 736,000

Hand 192 Out on a Rast

Seiver calls 20k

Rast   all in for 386k, Seiver calls

Flop

Turn

River

Rast wins it 772k

Seiver in the lead.

SEAT 7 SEIVER

1628000

SEAT 3 RAST

772000

 

Blinds are 20k/40k

Seiver in the lead.

SEAT 7 SEIVER

2014000

SEAT 3 RAST

386000

 

The blinds are up 15k/30k

Seiver in the lead.

SEAT 7 SEIVER

1364000

SEAT 3 RAST

1036000

 

Hand 164 Rast attacks

Rast goes all in 8-8 vs. A-4 off suit. He picks up trip 8’s vs. AA. He doubles on Seiver. Back in contender position.

The blinds are up 12k/24k

Seiver 4:1 chip lead.

Hand 142 Seiver takes a nice pot.

Rast calls 30k

Seiver raises to 45k

Flop   (checks)

Turn   Rast bets 55k (lands 3 of a kind) and Seiver calls

River Rast bets 125k, Seiver has drawn a straight and raises to 350k, Rast calls.

Seiver wins 900k and extends the lead.

SEAT 7 SEIVER

1882000

SEAT 3 RAST

518000

 

The blinds are up to 10k/20k.

SEAT 3 RAST 1974000
SEAT 7 SEIVER 426000

Hand 113 Rast deceives Seiver

Rast has already taken a slight chip lead over Seiver.

Rast raises to 36k from the SB

Seiver calls 20k

Flop

Seiver checks, Rast bets 43k and Seiver calls

Turn

Seiver checks, Rast bets 90k and Seiver calls

River

Seiver checks, Rast bets 230k and Seiver calls

Rast wins 798k

SEAT 3 RAST

1836000

SEAT 7 SEIVER

564000

Hand 106 Duhamel out

Rast calls from the SB

Duhamel checks

Flop

Rast bets 25k, Duhamel raises to 55k

Rast shoves all in for 690k and Duhamel calls with 295k stack

Turn

River

And that’s all she wrote. Duhamel goes out in 3rd place tonight in heat 6. He is surely guaranteed to play the final table tomorrow. We are now heads up.

SEAT 7 SEIVER

1374000

SEAT 3 RAST

1026000

SEAT 5 DUHAMEL BUSTED
SEAT 1 MIZZI BUSTED
SEAT 2 ESFANDIARI BUSTED
SEAT 8 SHAK BUSTED
SEAT 4 GROSS BUSTED
SEAT 6 SELBST BUSTED

 

Players are back from dinner break. We are starting a new level with blinds of 8k/16k + 3k antes.

We are playing 3 handed.

SEAT 7 SEIVER

1380000

SEAT 3 RAST

710000

SEAT 5 DUHAMEL

310000

IMG_8851Hand 98 Rast outlasts Sorel Mizzi

Rast raises to 27k

Mizzi calls 15k from BB

Flop

Mizzi checks, Rast bets 38k

Mizzi raises all in 194k with a pair of tens

Rast calls 156k

Turn

River

Rast’s 2 pairs hold up and Sorel Mizzi has been eliminated.

SEAT 7 SEIVER

1340000

SEAT 3 RAST

678000

SEAT 5 DUHAMEL

386000

SEAT 1 MIZZI BUSTED
SEAT 2 ESFANDIARI BUSTED
SEAT 8 SHAK BUSTED
SEAT 4 GROSS BUSTED
SEAT 6 SELBST BUSTED

Hand 91 Esfandiari all-out

Blinds 6k/12k +2k antes

Seiver raises to 24k

Esfandiari goes all in 215k from the SB

Seiver calls 191k

Flop

Esfandiari is out of the Premier League unless Seiver is next one to bust which is unlikely at this point, he will play tight. It’s all about points strategy at this point in the final heat of the Premier League. All players have their little white papers with them doing their point calculations.

SEAT 7 SEIVER

1323000

SEAT 3 RAST

411000

SEAT 5 DUHAMEL

410000

SEAT 1 MIZZI

260000

SEAT 2 ESFANDIARI BUSTED
SEAT 8 SHAK BUSTED
SEAT 4 GROSS BUSTED
SEAT 6 SELBST BUSTED

Hand 86 Mizzi gets Rasted

Mizzi all-in from the button

Rast calls 158k

Flop

Rast doubles up.

Hand 82 Shak attacked

Seiver raises to 16k

Shak shoves all-in 214k and Seiver calls

Flop

The defending Premier League champion Dan Shak  has been eliminated by Seiver.

SEAT 7 SEIVER

1185000

SEAT 1 MIZZI

453000

SEAT 5 DUHAMEL

350000

SEAT 2 ESFANDIARI

211000

SEAT 3 RAST

201000

SEAT 8 SHAK BUSTED
SEAT 4 GROSS BUSTED
SEAT 6 SELBST BUSTED

Hand 75 Mizzi tries to scare Duhamel

Duhamel   raises to 18k

Mizzi raises to 40k with 6-7 off suit to try to scare Duhamel but Jonathan is not phased by it.

Duhamel shoves all in and Mizzi folds.

Duhamel to Mizzi “have you ever won the WSOP Main Event?”

HAND 70  Gross Encounters of the Seiver kind

Blinds 4k/8k + 2k antes.

Seiver raises to 17k

Gross all-in for 204k from the SB

Seiver decides to call..

Flop

Turn

River

Seiver wins the hand to eliminate Gross. Jeff Gross takes the 1 point from tonight for a 37 point total, making him the points chip leader entering into the final table.

SEAT 7 SEIVER

1020000

SEAT 1 MIZZI

460000

SEAT 5 DUHAMEL

334000

SEAT 2 ESFANDIARI

219000

SEAT 8 SHAK

190000

SEAT 3 RAST

177000

SEAT 4 GROSS BUSTED
SEAT 6 SELBST BUSTED

The blinds are 4k/8k +2k antes

HAND 49  “Game Over” for Vanessa Selbst

Blinds 3k/6k + 1k antes.

Seiver calls and is hoping to catch someone

Duhamel calls from the SB

Selbst shoves all in and Seiver calls. Duhamel folds.

Flop

Turn and only a jack can keep Vanessa in the game

River

Seiver takes the chip lead and Vanessa is out. She has had a terrible run here in Montreal at the Premier League.

SEAT 7 SEIVER

796000

SEAT 1 MIZZI

476000

SEAT 5 DUHAMEL

308000

SEAT 3 RAST

237000

SEAT 2 ESFANDIARI

233000

SEAT 4 GROSS

232000

SEAT 8 SHAK

118000

SEAT 6 SELBST BUSTED

Hand 30

The beginning of any heat is usually a quiet affair and this one is no exception. Chips are passed back and fore in the usual manner with Sorrel Mizzi being our current chip leader. Here in the meantime are some chip counts after just 30 hands:

SOREL MIZZI 470,000
ANTONIO ESFANDIARI 309,500
BRIAN RAST 284,000
JEFF GROSS 266,500
JONATHAN DUHAMEL 305,000
VANESSA SELBST 138,500
SCOTT SEIVER 302,000
DAN SHAK 316,000

 

Current League Standings After 5 Heats

NO. PLAYER POINTS HEATS PLAYED
11 DAN COLMAN 37 4
1 JEFF GROSS 36 3
6 JASON KOON 29 4
5 SOREL MIZZI 26 3
4 DANIEL CATES 24 4
9 BRIAN RAST 20 3
8 PHIL LAAK 19 4
2 JONATHAN DUHAMEL 17 3
3 ANTONIO ESFANDIARI 15 3
12 SCOTT SEIVER 11 3
10 VANESSA SELBST 9 3
7 DAN SHAK 7 3

 

 

Players are awarded points based on their finishing position, each point is worth $2,000. And the top four points earners progress to the final table, while the next four places square off in a series of best-of-three one-on-one matches for the last two spots in the six-handed grand finale.

 


 

Jeff Gross outlasted 7 other opponents in heat 1 and picked up 14 points, putting him in a comfortable position for the other heats to be played. read more…


Jason Koon won Heat 2  after a great evening of poker read more…


 

Sorel Mizzi took down heat 3 read more…


 

Dan Colman took down heat 4 read more…


 

Yesterday we saw Brian Rast winning Heat 5 read more…


 

 

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