O’ Dwyer leads the way

Poker tour world championship is of great attraction for the poker players. Poker fans wait for this event to happen every year. This event appeals the most illustrious players in poker. It is very natural that this year did not make any difference to the poker players as 103 of the players displayed Day 1 action. Last year it was Scott Seiver who outflanked the hardy field of 220 players to win $1,618,344.

At the end of the match, Steve O Dwyer was on the top position with total of 231,750 in chips but he was not that far from Masa Kagawa who was at the second spot having 228, 675 in chips. It was on Saturday that handful of players strokes the rail and all the credit for this goes to WPT World Championship because they contributed a lot.

It is said by the members working over there that Steve did some strong constructing during the third level that took place on that day. It was with blinds at 150/300/25. According to WPT live Updates Team, a total pot of more than 10,000 chips brewed suddenly between Steve, Lee Markholt and another renowned player. Markholt and another player checked to Steve who was betting for 5400. Finally the first player was called and Markholt was eliminated from the game.

The turn was completed with an affluent draw. The first player who led into O’Dweyer for a total of 12,400 occupied fourth position on the river. After the overall board completed, Steve’s opponent checked. Steve was not in a mood to make things cheaper and he set his opponent all in for the last 40,000 or so.

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