WPT's Tony Dunst Analyzes WPT Five Diamond World Poker Classic Hand

WPT’s Raw Deal host and professional poker player Tony Dunst‘s latest Tribune Media syndicated column takes a look at one of his own hands from his deep run at WPT Five Diamond World Poker Classic. The hand occurred on Day 4 with only 18 players left and pitted Dunst against two of the best players left in…

Matt Clark
24 de enero de 2012

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Anfitrión de Raw Deal de WPT y jugador profesional de póquer tony dunst‘s latest Tribune Media syndicated column takes a look at one of his own hands from his deep run at Clásico mundial de póquer de cinco diamantes del WPT. The hand occurred on Day 4 with only 18 players left and pitted Dunst against two of the best players left in the field, Soi Nguyen and vanessa selst, both of whom would go on to reach the final table of that event. From the article:

Late in Day Four, we were down to 18 players and redrawn to the final two tables. On my left was chip leader and WSOP main event final table-ist Soi Nguyen, sitting on more than $3 million in chips. On my right was one of the toughest players remaining, Vanessa Selbst, who had about $900,000. I was also holding $900,000, my biggest stack up to that point. A couple orbits into play, the three of us became involved in a major pot.

To see the outcome of the hand and read Tony’s analysis of how he played it, check out the full article at the Sitio del Chicago Tribune. Dunst went on to finish 18th for $31,845 at the event.

Para ver más análisis y comentarios de Tony, consulte el Transmisión en vivo de WPT y como presentadora del último segmento televisivo de WPT, El trato crudo.