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ANZPT Auckland: Dinner and Bubble Both Lurking

The dinner break is just around the corner and just as we expected, the money bubble hasn't quite been reached yet, but it is certainly getting very close. At the moment there are three tables of nine remaining, so we are likely to be just a couple of places off the money heading into the break. Bu...more

by Joshua Bell on November 24, 2012 5:18 AM

ANZPT Auckland: Half of Day 2 Down

Just around four levels into the day and we have already lost more than half of the players. What started as 76 is now 37. Halve that again and we are well into the money. The second day of the ANZPT Auckland Main Event has certainly been travelling at a quick pace and it doesn't look it will be sl...more

by Joshua Bell on November 24, 2012 3:44 AM

ANZPT Auckland: The Land of Ladies

The 2012 ANZPT Auckland Main Event could end up being remembered as the event where the ladies dominated. That will certainly be the case if Angie Fizgerald and Monica Eastick keep up the momentum that has seen them be the first couple of players to move their stacks above 200,000 in chips. They ar...more

by Joshua Bell on November 24, 2012 1:57 AM

ANZPT Auckland: The Final Event of 2012

It won't be too long before the money bubble is upon us and so the poker action will heat up and will steal our full attention. So, while we have a chance, I thought we should take a look at the year 2012 on the Australia New Zealand Poker Tour. After all, ANZPT Auckland may be only the second even...more

by Joshua Bell on November 24, 2012 12:39 AM

AZNPT Auckland: It's Business Time

Poker can be fun sometimes. It's arguable that Day 1 of a poker tournament can be the most enjoyable of days. There's lots of chips, the blinds are small, the bad players are gifting chips and the money is too far away to truly worry about. Well, that's simply not the case on Day 2 of a tournament....more

by Joshua Bell on November 23, 2012 11:11 PM

ANZPT Auckland: Late Surge Sees Xia Lead

Ladies and Gentlemen, all the Day 1 bags are locked away safe and sound and are ready to reawaken tomorrow for Day 2 action. When Day 1c began, it was the last chance for players to start marking their way towards an ANZPT Auckland title. As such, a total of 86 players made the trek into the SKYCIT...more

by Joshua Bell on November 23, 2012 7:54 AM

ANZPT Auckland: Scots and Yanks Lead the Way

Yet again we are at the pointy end of a Day 1 flight here at the ANZPT Auckland Main Event. This time is a little different though. There is no other Day 1 flight scheduled and so, in just over an hour's time, we will know how many people will be at the felt on Day 2. At the moment there are 37 pla...more

by Joshua Bell on November 23, 2012 6:56 AM

ANZPT Auckland: New King of Auckland to be Crowned

There will be a new champion of Auckland poker! Two Auckland champs started the day, that is Danny "Brotha D" Leaoasavaii and Simon Watt, but neither of them are still at the tables. We thought we would take a walk down memory lane as we bid them farewell from ANZPT Auckland. It was "Brotha D" who h...more

by Joshua Bell on November 23, 2012 5:38 AM

ANZPT Auckland: Kiwi Cash

We have just passed the halfway mark of the ANZPT Auckland Main Event and as such, registration has been long closed and the official numbers are in. The room is packed today with 85 official entrants and we have recently received word that yesterday was in fact a 55-player field and so, the total ...more

by Joshua Bell on November 23, 2012 4:08 AM

ANZPT Auckland: Plus EV Steak Adventures

How much would you say the average glass of wine costs at a pub? I would say maybe $5 or $6 at a pub in the country side (or a decade ago) and closer to $8 or $9 at a Casino. How about a nice cut of steak? Let's say $15 on a "Steak Night" special and at least $20 or more any other night. Now, add so...more

by Joshua Bell on November 23, 2012 2:43 AM
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