RE: Day 4 Evening Update

Pokerati preferred players in $1,500 Omaha Hi-Lo

by , May 30, 2009 | 9:46 pm

Kevin naturally stays on top of the big names you care about — but I, for some reason, am partial to following those donning their Pokerati patches (or at least those whom conceivably could be persuaded to wear one).

photo: Benjo
Team Pokerati player Julie Schneider.

In the $1,500 Omaha Hi-Lo event, where they’re down to 60something players, Team Pokerati has represented well. While Tom Schneider busted out plenty short of the money, Julie Schneider, aka Mrs. @DonkeyBomber, is alive and relatively well — as far as we can tell — despite her husband’s displeasure with where she has chosen to attach her emblem of Pokerati loyalty (go left breast!) and his refusal to let me straighten it for her.

In addition to winning a $20 lasts-longest bet with the 2007 WSOP Player of the Year, this is Julie’s first WSOP cash.

Other money finishers from Pokerati’s posse of Arizona mixed-game players include Robert Goldfarb, who finished in 67th place for $3,797, and two-time bracelet winner Pat Poels just went out in 64th place for the same payout.

UPDATE: Julie is out in 58th place, for $4,361. Layne Flack got the last of her chips.


2 Comments to “RE: Day 4 Evening Update ”


  1. Johnny Hughes
    says:

    If someone wears the way-more-than-cool Pokerati patch, do they get to keep it as a cherished memory, rare artifact, and eBay wannabe???


  2. DanM
    says:

    of course. it’s the least we can do. like literally least.