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(Photo: Alessandro Longobardi)
It has been a very long day for the man who once topped our chips counts midway through Day 2. Alessandro Longobardi must have been card dead all day because we have hardly seen him move his eyes away from his ipad. Here is is playing a pot with Andrey Gulyy.
Gulyy raises to 21,000 on the button and Longobardi defends his small blind. The big blind doesn't want anything to do with the pot and so they share a flop of A Q 2.
Longobardi checks to Gulyy who c-bets 26,000. Longobardi then check-raises to 62,000 and Gulyy calls. On the turn we have the 5 and Longobardi moves all-in for 145,000 and Gulyy quickly folds.
Longobardi ~ 340,000
Gulyy ~ 500,000
11:49 PM, 02/08/12