PartyPoker Jeff KimberGO JEFF!

17.15

  • Jeff Kimber 180,000
  • Malte Moennig 90,000

Salvatore Deluca has just come up and said ciao. Despite the correction to the chip counts last night he said he’s been getting enquiries about being a new Italian star of poker! lol

Interesting facts from our friends at www.worldpokertour.com:

In recent years, women have represented about 3.5% of major high-stakes tournament fields (on average). We didn’t do a count of how many women entered this event, but today started with 14 women still alive in a field of 186 — 7.5% of the field.

Today, while the field has diminished to 114 players, there are still 10 women playing, which represents 8.7%.

We don’t know if an unusually high number of women entered this tournament or if the women who did enter are performing above their statistical expectations. Either way, it’s pretty notable, and it’s a good sign to see so many women this deep in a major tournament.

Here are the women still in the field:

  • Annie Duke  –  145,000
  • Kataneh Hamidi  –  139,000
  • Vanessa Rousso  –  117,500
  • Erica Schoenberg  –  117,000
  • Mari Lou Morelli  –  116,000
  • Lauren Kling  –  72,000
  • Jolyne Thompson  –  59,000
  • Lisa Hamilton  –  34,000
  • Dee Luong  –  34,000
  • Patti Sodja  –  16,000

18.00

Negreanu is still in the top ten in chips. I walk up to him and say: “Tony G told me you stole his bike. He also told me you were a bike technician.” He denies it categorically but starts to rap about how he wasnt a bike thief either now or when he was younger. The rail appreciate it.

18.30

See Sorel Mizzi on the rail – he’s just getting ready to play the High Rollers. “How did you get into that Playboy Mansion party last night?” he asks. This is the first time I have seen Sorel in a while. He made the final table at the Aussie Millions Main Event and went in as massive chip leader. However, it was two PartyPoker.com qualifiers who finished one and two.

“They crushed me, they owned me,” said Sorel.

Tyron(cap)and Frederik

Aussie Millions winners Tyron and Frederik.

19.00

Negreanu fourth, Jeff and Malte remain the same. Jeff’s stack is pretty much average now.  Another person I am unofficially railing is Steve Sung who is seventh!

19.30

More from the guys at the World Poker Tour. I have been in the media  room with them a few times in the past but I get seriously impressed by the stats they come up with!  With 86 players left at the break, there were still six women (7.0%) and 12 former WPT winners (13.9%) left in the field. Our two boys are still running!

Remaining Women (6): Annie Duke, Mari Lou Morelli, Erica Schoenberg, Vanessa Rousso, Jolyne Thompson, and Lauren Kling.

Remaining WPT Winners (12): Mark Newhouse, Daniel Negreanu, Carlos Mortensen, Howard Lederer, Eugene Katchalov, Gavin Griffin, Hoyt Corkins, Shawn Buchanan, Vivek Rajkumar, Surinder Sunar, Prahlad Friedman, and Barry Greenstein.

21.30 – FINAL CHIP COUNTS END OF DAY THREE FOR REMAINING PARTYPOKER.COM QUALIFIERS

  • Jeff Kimber 157,500
  • Molte Roenigg 32,500

“I was the oldest person on the table until Hoyt Corkins sat down,” said Jeff. ‘Jaffacake’ has around an average stack going into tomorrow. “I kept an eye on the other PartyPoker.com qualifier but he seemed to be nursing a bowl of rice.” His friend JP Kelly, double bracelet winner at the WSOP and WSOP Europe last year, joined us on the rail. “Are you coming out tonight with us and Peter (Eastgate)?” NO WAY JOSE!

So we have 48th and 68th.

Earlyish night – am up at 8am for Disneyland? Maybe thats where I will find the Devilfish? Haven’t seen him here!?

22.30

Full chip counts

PLACE FIRST LAST HOMETOWN CHIP COUNT TABLE SEAT
1 Mark Newhouse Chapel Hill, NC 498,000 24 7
2 Chris Moore Chicago, IL 489,000 31 7
3 Masa Kagawa Tokyo, Japan 432,000 31 6
4 John Cautela Marlboro, MA 417,000 16 9
5 Shawn Pilot North Hills, CA 400,500 15 6
6 Millad Jorshari Parts Unknown 386,000 15 5
7 Gevork Kasabyan Hollywood, CA 378,000 16 2
8 Tim Begley Freehold, NJ 369,500 24 2
9 Tri Huynh Vancouver, BC 353,000 16 7
10 Dan Martin Klamath Falls, OR 335,000 23 1
11 Michael Woo Desert Hot Springs, CA 334,000 22 3
12 Bob Kairnes Natiek, MA 328,000 29 4
13 Andras Koroknai Hungary Debrecen 325,000 31 1
14 Taylor Paur El Dorado Hills, CA 322,500 22 9
15 Annie Duke Los Angeles, CA 321,000 15 4
16 Jeff Loiacono Los Alamitos, CA 315,500 24 8
17 Carlos Mortensen Henderson, NV 305,000 29 3
18 Hien Nguyen Garland, TX 295,500 22 1
19 Steve Sung Torrance, CA 285,000 29 1
20 Conoor Allisen Vancouver, BC 274,000 31 2
21 Mari Lou Morelli Long Beach, CA 266,000 22 4
22 Jim Casement St. Charles, MO 258,000 15 1
23 Cuu Hoang El Monte, CA 243,000 24 5
24 Raymond Dolan Fountain Valley, CA 235,000 24 1
25 Eugene Katchalov New York, NY 235,000 30 8
26 Amir Ghazvinian Reseda, CA 228,500 24 4
27 Craig Boyd St. Louis, MO 227,000 22 2
28 Allen Le Huntington Beach, CA 227,000 31 4
29 Daniel Negreanu Las Vegas, NV 222,500 29 2
30 Peter Traply Budapest, Hungary 221,500 29 7
31 Greg Mudd Orange, CA 221,000 30 7
32 Johnny Chan Las Vegas, NV 218,000 30 5
33 Jeff Chu Vancouver, BC 212,000 29 5
34 Steve Goosen Abbotsford, BC 209,000 23 2
35 Prahlad Friedman Malibu, CA 208,000 31 8
36 Hoyt Corkins Glenwood, AL 206,500 30 6
37 Osmin Dardon West Covina, CA 192,000 29 8
38 Jamie Brown Kent, England 191,500 30 4
39 Erica Schoenberg Playa Del Rey, CA 189,000 23 3
40 Matt Widdoes San Francisco, CA 184,000 22 6
41 Nathan Dondney Bend, OR 183,000 23 5
42 Jean-Claude Moussa Toronto, ON 180,500 16 5
43 Brett Richey Pittsburgh, PA 174,000 15 2
44 John Martin Pasadena, CA 169,000 29 9
45 Michael Kamran Los Angeles, CA 160,000 16 8
46 Paul Niemela Las Vegas, NV 159,000 29 6
47 Vivek Rajkumar Las Vegas, NV 157,500 16 4
48 Jeff Kimber New Castle, England 157,500 23 9
49 Rob Tepper Kirkland, WA 152,500 22 8
50 Bart Hanson Los Angeles, CA 150,000 30 1
51 Robert Mizrachi Miami, FL 139,500 15 3
52 James Carroll Henderson, NV 135,500 30 9
53 Cliff Miller San Pedro, CA 131,000 31 3
54 Edwin Movagharian Stevenson Ranch, CA 123,500 31 9
55 Naoya Kihara Tokyo, Japan 123,000 23 7
56 Shawn Buchanan Abbotsford, BC 122,000 23 4
57 Elliot Smith Richmond, BC 116,500 31 5
58 Jolyne Thompson Houston, TX 104,500 16 1
59 Steve Karp N. Miami Beach, FL 85,000 24 3
60 Surinder Sunar Wolverhampton, UK 83,500 15 8
61 Danny Fuhs Long Beach, CA 82,500 16 6
62 Jeremy Ausmus Las Vegas, NV 57,500 23 8
63 Kenny Nguyen Lynwood, IL 54,500 30 3
64 Vanessa Rousso Las Vegas, NV 46,000 22 7
65 Dylan Linde Coew D’Alene, ID 45,500 16 3
66 Matthew LaGarde Baltimore, MD 44,000 15 7
67 Lauren Kling Las Vegas, NV 44,000 24 9
68 Malte Roennig Cologne, Germany 32,500 15 9
69 Jon Turner Henderson, NV 31,500 30 2
70 Martin Corpuz Mountain View, CA 28,000 23 6
71 David Woo Atlanta, GA 27,000 24 6
72 David Baker Katy, TX 17,000 22 5

1ST PLACE $1,788,040
2ND PLACE $1,002,710
3RD PLACE $665,140
4TH PLACE $450,580
5TH PLACE $321,840
6TH PLACE $246,740
7TH PLACE $185,950
8TH PLACE $135,890
9TH PLACE $100,130
10TH-12TH PLACE $67,940
13TH-15TH PLACE $60,080
16TH-18TH PLACE $52,920
19TH-27TH PLACE $45,770
28TH-36TH PLACE $39,340
37TH-45TH PLACE $33,610
46TH-54TH PLACE $28,610
55TH-63RD PLACE $23,600
64TH-72ND PLACE $19,310

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