Quick Legends Update(s)

by , Aug 29, 2007 | 5:31 pm

Robert and Tom have both made it to another pay level … with 15 players left, the worst either can do is cash out with 44k. Tom’s stack is still healthy … Robert’s is still tiny … just like he likes it.

By the way, regarding that marked ace Robert pointed out … very nice diversionary tactic tourney officials won’t notice the inevitable colluding that will should be going on between Robert and Tom.

I can’t stop following the action here.

UPDATE: After fighting long and hard, making it to the final two tables, Robert Goldfarb exits in a very respectable 15th place, taking home $43,440. Congrats on grinding that short stack! – Karridy

UPDATE: It’s TV table bubble time. Tom slowed a set of 5’s to let Thu Nguyen find false hope in a river King, building Tom’s stack to right at 3 Million. He is currently the chip leader, and is looking good enough for me to book a flight to Burbank. – Karridy


5 Comments to “Quick Legends Update(s)”


  1. Jen
    says:

    Congrats, Robert, on the 15th place finish!

    Final table of nine is playing now with Tom as the chip leader:

    Seat 1: William Pilossoph — 885,000
    Seat 2: Shi Jia Liu — 476,000
    Seat 3: Dan Harrington — 863,000
    Seat 4: Tom Schneider — 1,920,000
    Seat 5: Lee Markholt — 673,000
    Seat 6: Thu Nguyen — 1,780,000
    Seat 7: David Pham — 1,394,000
    Seat 8: Mike McClain — 1,195,000
    Seat 9: Joe Sebok — 520,000


  2. Short-Stacked Shamus
    says:

    Go, Tom the Tank Engine! WHOO-HOO!


  3. Lisa
    says:

    I don’t know you Jen, but thank you for Congratulating Robert. I like you!

    Now, let’s all send positive stuff Tom’s way. He’s taking this one down. I wonder, will Milwaukee’s Best be mad when he hoists a Budweiser?


  4. Jen
    says:

    Awww, thanks Lisa! Hugs all around. 🙂

    I think Tom can hoist whatever beer he wants at this point. He’s calling the shots!


  5. DanM
    says:

    Jen, are you saying the WPT wouldn’t care about what brand of beer was held up? I’m pretty sure they wouldn’t let a Milwaukee’s Best Light within 500 feet of their set. (Especially if Gonz was carrying it.) C’mon, I thought you knew this cutthroat WPT stuff!

    Too much giddy hugging going on. Tom still has work to do.

    Still, go Big Tom!