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The latest Tweets from Parx Poker Room // CRAIGFAM.INFO 25 players will have seats for both Big Stax and Jan 16, · Big Stax X Schedule Day Date Time Buyin Fee Event Fri 1/16/15 PM $ $30 Super Satellite to Big Stax $ Sat 1/17/15 PM $ $30 Super Satellite to Big Stax $ Fri 1/23/15 PM $ $30 Super Satellite to Big Stax $ Sat 1/24/15 PM $ $30 Super Satellite. Parx Poker never sleeps after a few days off from the “trophy events,” the cards are back in the air for the Big Stax Today marks the first of three starting flights for the event, with live coverage provided through the conclusion of the event.
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Jeffrey Izes still holds the overall chip lead Day 1A — , , but there is still a lot of poker to be played over the next 48 hours. Action folded to Jospeh Cappadona in the big blind and he moved all-in for 1. Here are the heads up counts: John Lee held the chip-lead coming into Level 29 but over the first minutes he has doubled up two players and fallen back into the pack. He picked a spot on the river of a Q 2 2 10 x board to ship, but unfortunately he walked right into Justin Levy's A2. After thinking for a few moments Pillai would five bet to 1,,, which Vimy Ha then flatted. Parx Poker room's own Bill Entenman.
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Tuesday, October 15, Big Stax Day 3: Posted by pragmattic at 4: Big Stax Day 3: Posted by pragmattic at 3: Here are the heads up counts: Vimy Ha - 19,, Josh Albin - 7,, Here are your up to the minute counts: Posted by pragmattic at 2: Justin's all-in was for only four big blinds, and Shankar Pillai three bet to 1,, Vimy Ha called the 1,, out of the big blinds and we went to the flop: Ha check raised Shankar's 1,, flop bet to 3,,, and after some thought Shankar would eventually fold.
Levy couldn't have seen a worse flop with K 7, and was drawing dead after a deuce spiked the turn against Ha's AQ. Here are the four handed chip counts: Justin Levy - 2,, 10 big blinds Shankar Pillai - 8,, 42 big blinds Josh Albin - 2,, 12 big blinds Vimy Ha - 12,, 62 big blinds. Vimy Assumes Chip Lead. Shankar Pillai seemed to be on cruise control only a level ago, but he has trended downwards, and now has less than 9,, Posted by pragmattic at 1: He was called by both Pillai and Ha, and already got his things together before the hand even ran out.
The board was checked down by the two players J 8 A A 6 , and Levy announced he had a pair lower than everything on board pocket threes. Neither Ha or Shankar had a pair, and Levy would end up tripling up. Pillai is up over 14,, Posted by pragmattic at We see our first short stack get it in, as Justin Levy pushes from the small blind after Vimy's raise. Levy goes over 3,, with the win. Players have taken their seats to start Level 29, and from the talk during break, it's only a matter a time before the play opens up for the shorter stacks.
The pay jumps where we are now are pretty steep, and players have been staying away from playing many big pots. Here are the updated chip counts: Monday, October 14, Big Stax Day 3: Shankar Pillai called out of the big blind, and it would be the K J of Pillai against the 3 3 of Farah. The run out seemed great for Mohammed until a jack spiked the river, sending him home in sixth place.
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Today marks the first of three starting flights for the event, with live coverage provided through the conclusion of the event. The Day 1C flight of the Big Stax X attracted total entries, bringing the combined number to A new overall chip leader emerged from the flight, as Eric Most Middlothian, VA bagged a very healthy , There were 53 players that successfully bagged chips to end the night, meaning that players have made it through to Day 2 over the first three flights.
That brings us to this afternoon, with the fourth and final starting flight on tap. The cards get in the air in just under an hour, with a massive field expected…can we say possible record field for this event?
The are two starting flights already completed for the Big Stax , and two more now to go. The Day 1B flight saw a total of entries throughout the day, with 43 players successfully bagging chips for Day 2 on Sunday Jeffrey Izes still holds the overall chip lead Day 1A — , , but there is still a lot of poker to be played over the next 48 hours.
Cards will be in the air for the Day 1C flight at The most popular event of the series began yesterday, with Day 1A of the Big Stax attracting a total of entries. When the dust settled after Level 15, there would be 44 players moving on to Day 2, with Jeffrey Izes Washington Crossing, PA bagging the chip lead , There were a lot of notables in the running to bag that lead, but ended up falling just shot, including Matthew Silberzweig, Sergio Loureiro, and Joe Palma.
There are four flights offered up this time around, beginning this afternoon and ending on Saturday evening. While they eventually went down different paths as time passed, they both continued to further their via tournament poker.
By Victoria Woollaston for MailOnline. Gamblers are being warned about a online poker scam that lets criminals cheat their way to winning games. Hackers are using malicious spyware to sneak a look at a player's virtual poker hand on popular gambling sites. They are then signing into the same game and betting against their victim to up the stakes and steal their money. Hackers are using spyware to sneak a look at a player's virtual poker hand on popular gambling sites.
Odlanor can be unwittingly installed on a computer if the user downloads infected apps or software online. Once installed, the Odlanor malware is used to create screenshots of the window of the two targeted poker clients, PokerStars or Full Tilt Poker, if the victim is running either of them.
The screenshots are then sent to the attacker's remote computer. These screenshots not only reveal the hands of the infected opponent but also their player ID. Both of the targeted poker sites - PokerStars and Full Tilt Poker - let players search for others using this ID, so it is easy for a hacker to connect to tables the victim is playing on.
In particular, the malware masquerades as installers for various programs, such as Daemon Tools or mTorrent, explained Eset.
In other cases, the security researchers found the spyware was loaded onto the victim's system through poker-related programs such as Tournament Shark, Poker Calculator Pro, Smart Buddy, Poker Office, and others. Both of the targeted poker sites let players search for others using this ID, so it is easy for a hacker to connect to tables the victim is playing on.