WSOP 2013 – Main Event Final Table. E9 - Heads Up, HD video poker.
от автора Arenuid, 4 года(лет) тому назад
Video poker online - 2013 World Series of Poker Main Event Final Table. Las Vegas native Farber enters the heads-up battle with 105 million in chips, while his East Lansing, Mich., native opponent Riess has 85.675 million. When the two return to action, the blinds will be 500,000/1 million with a 150,000 ante, as Level 39 began only about 15 minutes earlier. The average stack in heads-up is over 95 big blinds. Does this sound familiar? Last year, heading into three-handed play, the average stack was 110 big blinds, and they played three-handed for over 11 hours. These players and the poker world should be prepared for a potentially long heads-up battle for the WSOP main event crown. The longest heads-up battle in the WSOP main event occurred in 1983 between Tom McEvoy and Rod Peate and lasted about 7½ hours. I'm sure both players had a restless night sleep, as they are strategizing how they can be the player holding the WSOP main event bracelet over their head.