Monday, October 02, 2006

WCOOP Main Event

PokerStars Tournament #40000018, No Limit Hold'emBuy-In: $2500.00/$100.00

2510 playersTotal Prize Pool: $6275000.00
Tournament started - 2006/10/01 - 16:30:00 (ET)

Dear milkybarkid, You finished the tournament in 8th place. A $119,225.00 award has been credited to your Real Money account.

Sooooooo close to winning the thing! Feel gutted again at the moment. Was 3/4th going into the final and walked AK into KK and TT into QQ. I was only all in with the worst hand on the final table. Feel like i want to sleep for a whole week!

15 comments:

yoyopoker said...

good effort sir,
perhaps you PLO experts know a thing or two about holdem after all ))

TillerMaN said...

Congratulations Ben.

TanOrpheus said...

Well played Kid, very gg

Kieran Walsh said...

what a result. Well done

diecasterz said...

Great result.
By the way, given this weekend's news on US legislation, it may be wise to keep credit balances on internet gaming and poker accounts to a minimum

Dude said...

Nice job Ben. I watched for hours and was pulling for you.

razboynik said...

Welldone Ben !
The cream will always rise to the top. It's just a question of time.
Cheers.

Royal Flush said...

Well done mate!

Anonymous said...

Great result Ben - and just in time too. Doubt the prizepool will be that big next year.

Schaefer said...

Congrats, Ben. I don't know why you waste your time with Omaha seeing how you destroy NL Tourneys. Congrats again.

Ukgatsby said...

Unreal effort. Human nature to be upset with not doing even better but dont beat yourself up.

snoopy1239 said...

Awesome, Ben!

You're nearly as good as me now...

Rob Sherwood said...

Nice one Ben.

I'n glad to see you now have some sort of bankroll for a few games of pool!

Rob

BritInChicago said...

Can you share with us your thinking when you called the all in with K9o as shown in this hand history:

http://www.pokerhand.org/?536950

derbywhite said...

Congratulation Ben.

I saw you during the World Series, can't rememeber which episode.

Continued success.