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Jake Olsen the new QueenSix Champion!

Jake Olsen became the new QueenSix champion recently when he took down the joint QueenSix-PokerMania Championship Event, winning $3,000!

It was a strong field of around 50 players competing for the $5,000 prize money and saw some fantastic play over around 8 hours.

It appeared PokerMania had the majority of live players for most of the day, but final table was a perfect split, 4 players from PokerMania and 4 players from QueenSix.

Early final table action saw Mike Devitt make a large all-in play at the conclusion of a big betting hand against Bill Sives. Sives made a huge call, and won the hand making him somewhat of a monster chip stack.

Taf Tagliaferro (a regular at QueenSix, though who had qualified through PokerMania) was the next to go, followed by Jim Nikifordis and Julie Smith (who won $200 for her 5th place finish).

That left Jake Olsen, JP Hervieux, Linzi Bloch (all of QueenSix), and Bill Sives (PokerMania). Whilst Olsen had won some large pots and Sives was still in a good chip position, Hervieux and Bloch had been nursing short stacks for most of final table. In the hands that followed, Bloch survived more than 1 pre-flop all-in, while Hervieux was able to vastly improve his position, before Olsen and Sives got into a huge pot, leaving Olsen chip leader by a long way. Sives won $300 for his 4th place.

With a QueenSix top 3, Bloch pushed for a deal, but Olsen's chip position was too strong to negotiate, and after a lack of playable cards Bloch was soon eliminated
and took $500 for her 3rd place.

Heads up was a fairly quick affair. The equation was simple. Hervieux needed to double-up, and was all-in with 2♦2♣ against Olsen's A♣3♥. The flop was nice for Hervieux with a pair of 5's and a 6 on the board, but when both the turn and river were 10's, his pocket pair was counterfeited and Olsen's two-pair with ace kicker sealed his victory. Olsen took $3,000 cash while Hervieux won $1,000.
18 Oct 2009 - 16:54 by James Kruss - QueenSix Sydney Poker (play poker in Sydney) QueenSix Sydney Poker News | comments (0)


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Jake Olsen the new QueenSix Champion!

Jake Olsen became the new QueenSix champion recently when he took down the joint QueenSix-PokerMania Championship Event, winning $3,000!

It was a strong field of around 50 players competing for the $5,000 prize money and saw some fantastic play over around 8 hours.

It appeared PokerMania had the majority of live players for most of the day, but final table was a perfect split, 4 players from PokerMania and 4 players from QueenSix.

Early final table action saw Mike Devitt make a large all-in play at the conclusion of a big betting hand against Bill Sives. Sives made a huge call, and won the hand making him somewhat of a monster chip stack.

Taf Tagliaferro (a regular at QueenSix, though who had qualified through PokerMania) was the next to go, followed by Jim Nikifordis and Julie Smith (who won $200 for her 5th place finish).

That left Jake Olsen, JP Hervieux, Linzi Bloch (all of QueenSix), and Bill Sives (PokerMania). Whilst Olsen had won some large pots and Sives was still in a good chip position, Hervieux and Bloch had been nursing short stacks for most of final table. In the hands that followed, Bloch survived more than 1 pre-flop all-in, while Hervieux was able to vastly improve his position, before Olsen and Sives got into a huge pot, leaving Olsen chip leader by a long way. Sives won $300 for his 4th place.

With a QueenSix top 3, Bloch pushed for a deal, but Olsen's chip position was too strong to negotiate, and after a lack of playable cards Bloch was soon eliminated
and took $500 for her 3rd place.

Heads up was a fairly quick affair. The equation was simple. Hervieux needed to double-up, and was all-in with 2♦2♣ against Olsen's A♣3♥. The flop was nice for Hervieux with a pair of 5's and a 6 on the board, but when both the turn and river were 10's, his pocket pair was counterfeited and Olsen's two-pair with ace kicker sealed his victory. Olsen took $3,000 cash while Hervieux won $1,000.
18 Oct 2009 - 16:54 by James Kruss - QueenSix Sydney Poker (play poker in Sydney) QueenSix Sydney Poker News | comments (0)


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