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veeRob - WSOP - 2010 WSOP - Event #39 - NL Holdem Shootout

Tournament information
Registered As: Rob Perelman
Buyin $1,500 ($USD)
Approx first prize: $382,725
Tournament ID:
Start Date: 21 Jun 2010 15:00 (EST)
21 Jun 2010 12:00 (US/Pacific) Preview
finished - almost 11 years ago
Share details
$10.00 per share (0.50%)
price/value 133%
Shares Available? 94 (47.0%)
Shares sold 6 (3.0%)
Player share 50%
Potential winnings per $10.00 share $1,914
Player payment options ChipMeUp $, FullTilt, PokerStars
Share Graph Event 66820
Event Results
Number of Players: 1,397
Finishing Position: 106
Cash Winnings: $5,620
Winnings per share: $30.60 (inc. stakeback) Return on Investment: 206.00% (inc. stakeback)
Results Entered: 23 Jun 2010 01:32
Hello! This is my first event on ChipMeUp. I'm a live tournament player, and have had decent results at the WSOP last year (got 59th in the $1k and cashed in my first Main Event). I have played 3 shootouts at the Commerce this year and have gotten heads up in each of my first matches before getting unlucky. I plan to be lucky in this event. :) I will try to make an equitable save (as I usually do) if I get heads up, so this stake is very low risk. Please let me know if you have any questions.

Buyer Number of stakes Percentage Status Action
open94 (0.5% each)47.0%open
 9447.0%unsoldEvent Complete
Adgee [profile]52.5%paid out 
DwayneStacey [profile]10.5%paid out 
6/100 sold 
Player share - veeRob [profile]50%Unavailable 


admin (almost 11 years ago - 22 Jun 2010 04:57 UTC)

Congratulations on your first event being a cash at ChipMeUp!

We look forward to seeing more in the future

veeRob (almost 11 years ago - 22 Jun 2010 06:29 UTC)

Thanks, will do my best to make every ChipMeUp event a cash!

mattwalker (almost 11 years ago - 22 Jun 2010 06:32 UTC)

good luck, saw your posts about the payouts, seems pretty bad. take it down anyway so it wont matter :)

veeRob (almost 11 years ago - 22 Jun 2010 06:55 UTC)

Thx, Matt, will try my hardest. If I get 14th, watch out for veeSuperTiltRob.

FlorianKoeni (almost 11 years ago - 22 Jun 2010 08:23 UTC)

Can i buy all left shareS?;)

veeRob (almost 11 years ago - 22 Jun 2010 20:32 UTC)

Hehehe, if only backing were that simple. I will be putting another event up as soon as I win this one, so hopefully you can get in on that one. Thanks, Florian.

DiscoMary (almost 11 years ago - 22 Jun 2010 21:55 UTC)

Good Skills, good luck with Day 2 table…

Table 369
Seat 1: Christopher Mcclung
Seat 2: Jeffrey King
Seat 3: Dan Kelly
Seat 4: Jameson Painter
Seat 5: Jeff Kimber
Seat 6: Benjamin Zamani
Seat 7: Rob Perelman
Seat 8: Yaman Nakdali
Seat 9: Chris Rentes
Seat 10: Tony Dunst

admin (almost 11 years ago - 23 Jun 2010 00:46 UTC)

Rob “veerob” Perelman opened to 2,500 from middle position and Tony “Bond18” Dunst three-bet to 6,500 near the button. Action folded back to Perelman who put Dunst all in and Dunst quickly called.

Perelman: QQ
Dunst: JJ

Dunst grabbed his things and stood up as the dealer flopped 65T, but he began to sit back down after the J turned. Once the 4 rivered he was back in his seat stacking his newfound chips.

Dunst is back above starting stack and Perelman is crippled to 5,000 chips.

veeRob (almost 11 years ago - 23 Jun 2010 01:29 UTC)

Yup, that hand happened at 400/800. Guy to my right limped, which he liked to do often. I raised, as I did a few times when he limped, so I don’t fault Dunst for how he played his hand. After that hand I was down to 3,600.

The very next hand I shoved with JT and was up against AQ and AQ, and I spiked a jack to quad up. But a few hands later, Dunst raised to 1,900, 3 callers, tight guy made it 6k, and I put my 13k in with AK. Dunst went all in, and the tight guy called with QQ. Dunst had AQ, and the QQ held to knock both of us out.

Thanks for the sweat, guys. Shitty ending, oh well, back at it tomorrow.

veeRob (almost 11 years ago - 23 Jun 2010 01:59 UTC)

Just posted tomorrow’s event @ Thanks, all.

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