Martin Jacobson and Doug Polk performed a recreation of ‘ICM Chicken’ on the One Drop closing desk, reviewed at this time by The Chip Race.
Our mates on the Unibet sponsored The Chip Race Podcast are again with one other visitor hand overview, this time from Main Event champion Martin Jacobson. They go over probably the most controversial hand in his poker profession from the One Drop finale towards Doug Polk. Jacobson admitted he by no means mentioned the hand after taking part in it so was trying ahead to doing it stay on air.
Martin had prime pair and turned an excellent flush draw, however will get verify raised all-in by Polk. Should he name or fold? We get the solver accepted solutions.
In this video we take a look at the numerous ICM issues of when to center stacks go to battle when there’s a large chip chief on the desk, in addition to what the ranges needs to be in these spots. The guys talk about the ICM benefit of being the primary individual to get all their chips within the center, which Dara calls ‘ICM Chicken’.
Martin explains how he checked out his choice from a combinatorics perspective and discusses how he would have performed the hand if it occurred once more.
The UOS is again this week!
Our mates at The Chip Race will likely be taking part in within the Unibet Online Series which begins this weekend at Unibet
From May 16-30 we’re being handled to a 15-day MTT competition with a complete of 102 occasions guaranteeing at the least €650,000.
All occasions of the Unibet Online Series XII will likely be unfold out throughout a Nano, Low, Mid, and High buy-in degree starting from €0.25 to €1,100. Omaha, rebuy, bounty and ante occasions are all a part of the obtainable codecs, both performed full-ring or short-handed with a broad vary of various blind degree speeds.
The sequence spotlight is due on Sunday, May 30 with two editions of the Unibet Open Online guaranteeing a complete prize pool of €250,000:
- Unibet Open Online High: €1,100 buy-in, €200,000 GTD, 19:00 CEST
- Unibet Open Online Rebuy: €100 buy-in, €50,000 GTD, 19:00 CEST
So far, the Unibet Open Online has at all times managed a news-worthy winner since shifting to the digital tables, with German excessive curler Dominik Nitsche profitable the final outing of the Main Event for €68,527.
Supermoon on the primary Sunday
While participating in UOS XII, do not forget that proper after you may additionally have the ability to be a part of the brand new PKO spotlight branded “Supermoon” that is working on the primary Sunday of each month. €40,000 will likely be assured once more within the two-day €250 PKO event on June 6, the largest common assure at Unibet.
Learn extra in regards to the PKO Supermoon at Unibet
Leaderboards & Mystery Tournaments
Again, gamers competing within the UOS will even have the ability to accumulate factors for 5 completely different leaderboards, awarding an extra €23,000 in prizes. Everyone will get one level with every UOS event performed (besides Nano), with extra factors granted to the highest 17% in every tourney, bearing in mind buy-in, entrants and ending place.
Additionally, Unibet can be providing Mystery Tournaments that can pop up randomly throughout UOS, giving gamers a free probability to play for €2,000 in every!
|More particulars on extra payout steps may be discovered at Unibet and all prizes will likely be credited as Bonus Points well worth the acknowledged quantity. Nano leaderboard is €1,000 in whole shared equally amongst gamers who’ve performed at the least 21 of all 30 Nano occasions.|