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    Default The man is a machine (number2intheworld)

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    Max Steinberg ‏@MaxJSteinberg 2m Just got moved to the ESPN featured table with Phil Ivey and my man James Hudson
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    Impressive.
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    Thats why we call him Machine Steinberg
    Check out the new blog!!!
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    hey, I have played this guy, inittowinit, many an online game.
    It takes 2 years to learn to talk, but a lifetime to learn when to shut up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by eberetta1 View Post
    hey, I have played this guy, inittowinit, many an online game.
    Are you new to the internet?
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    Quote Originally Posted by drmcboy View Post
    seems clear this is the year for an ftr ME FT
    vamo!
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    he's 18th in the main event
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    Quote Originally Posted by UG View Post
    Wow. Impressive

    Number2intheworld is 2nd in the WSOP main event

    http://www.wsop.com/tournaments/chip...rr=5&curpage=1
    Last edited by ChipEaterMan; 07-12-2013 at 01:13 AM.
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    Set over set, Max running good.
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    Phil Ivey began the day by chipping up from 198,800 to 330,000 in the first level. He appeared on the verge of jumping into the top five, but lost a sizable pot to fall back to about 180,000. After grinding his way to back up the counts to about 425,000, Ivey got his chips in again with a chance to command a top-five stack, but what appeared on the surface to be a golden opportunity was in fact the worst case scenario for him.

    Ivey raised to 7,500 from under the gun and was called by Olaoluwa Okelola in the hijack, Max Steinberg in the cutoff, and Anthony Gregg in the big blind.

    The flop came down {A}{10}{3} and Gregg checked to Ivey who bet 16,000. Okelola raised to 41,000, Steinberg called, and Gregg folded. Ivey took a few moments before before reraising all in for roughly 416,000. Okelola folded, but Steinberg called immediately and tabled {10}{10}. Ivey was left with one out in the deck as he showed {3}{3}.

    Neither the {5} turn nor {Q} river saved Ivey, ending his Main Event.

    The usually stoic Ivey exited through the back of the ESPN stage with his hat in his hand, slapping it as he made his way to the back hallways of the Rio.

    Meanwhile, Steinberg now sits second in chips with just above 1 million after starting the day with a mere 39,000.
    Last edited by givememyleg; 07-12-2013 at 02:46 PM. Reason: SUITS
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    Leg running horribly today, doesn't even have FTR's most famous WSOP ME knockout anymore.
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    Haven't been following all day until just a moment ago & saw that No.2 is sitting in #1. How f'n cool is that!!!!

    Doyle sitting with healthy stack of 600k right now. Would be cool to see the old guy final table the Main this year.
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    Holy fucking cow! Busting Ivey must be so satisfying.
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    what a sicko!
    Playing big pots at small stakes.
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    what has FTR learned over the years about starting rail threads too early?
    eeevees are not monies yet...they are like baby monies.
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    Not a rail thread. It's a Fuck that Full Tilt mother fucking Ivey and send him home.
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    Would love to hear about his new deal with 888 poker, always wondered what these partnerships entailed.
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    Howard Lederer is 10th . I hope Max sends him home.
    http://www.wsop.com/tournaments/chip...861&dayof=3170
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    Past the bubble. it's getting interesting. Loooong way to go still
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    Gl Max. Annette Obrestad also going well and "love him or hate him" Luke Schwartz also going well for the Brit contingent.

    Cooler for Ivey, or can he get away after Max flats the raise?
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    getting it in is perfectly acceptable, I don't quite understand the spazz overjam though.
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    Max Steinberg first again with 1,5 million chips cool
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    Jack Bauer?
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    Steve Austin?

    Alex Murphy?

    Rick Deckard?

    Oh, You mean Max.
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    There's a Dick Van Luijk behind Max
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    dinner break chip lead
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    Quote Originally Posted by MadMojoMonkey View Post
    Steve Austin?

    Alex Murphy?

    Rick Deckard?

    Oh, You mean Max.
    Is this in response to me? If so I don't understand it.
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    Steve Austin - The 6 Million Dollar Man
    Gov't agent with bionic implants

    Alex Murphy - Robocop
    cop's brain and 1 arm, rest robot.

    Rick Deckard - Blade Runner
    OK, probably not technically a cyborg, but certainly a man who is a machine, or, at least, was manufactured.

    (I don't know about Jack Bauer, except I believe I heard his name a lot when the show 24 was on. I don't know if he was a cyborg or anything, but it got me thinking about machine-men.)
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    NO!!! MAX STEINBERG! NOOOOOOO!

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    Max Steinberg is incredible.
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    Quote Originally Posted by a500lbgorilla View Post
    Max Steinberg is incredible.
    He's almost as good as Phil Ivey
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    hes almost as good as the official FTR guantlet winner 2012. not that hes won anything on FTR
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    131st, sick! gg max
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    Quote Originally Posted by Luco View Post
    131st, sick! gg max
    This is not possible unless the final table sat 140 people. My man doesn't even start playing until it's down to one dealer.
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    pretty crazy that his run is over after what seems like 2 hands.....thats tourney poker I guess
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