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2011 World Series of Poker

Event #10: $1,500 No-Limit Hold'em / Six Handed
Giorni 3

A Little Less Conversation, Even Less Action

Livello 23 : 10,000-20,000, 3,000 ante

The eight remaining players in this year's $1,500 No Limit Hold'em Six Handed event have been playing small-ball since we've returned for this pre-dinner session, but we've managed to pick up a few flops here and there for you.

However, Anthony Spinella has picked up a couple of pots early on over at table 279. Earlier, Spinella made a button raise to 46,000 preflop and David Vamplew called to go heads-up to a flop of {10-Hearts}{7-Clubs}{J-Hearts}, only to check-fold after Spinella's bet of 75,000.

In the next hand, Spinella raised to 41,000 from the cutoff; this time, Geffrey Klein called out of the big blind, but he also check-folded after Spinella's bet of 70,000 after the flop of {9-Diamonds}{7-Hearts}{5-Clubs}.

We then picked up the same scenario next door on table 280, with George Jalkotzy raising to 43,000 from the cutoff before Jeffrey Papola calling out of the big blind to see a flop of {6-Hearts}{6-Diamonds}{5-Diamonds}, before Papola check-folded to Jalkotzy's bet of 50,000.

With only one elimination to go until the final table, small wonder then that the players are now playing small ball.

Tags: Anthony SpinellaDavid VamplewGeffrey KleinGeorge JalkotzyJeffrey Papola