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    Friends of QuadJacks Still In the 2011 WSOP Main Event Day 3

    Posted by Quad Jacks July 13, 2011

    We felt it was time to take a look at who is still in the 2011 WSOP Main Event on Day 3 that is friends of QuadJacks, if we missed you send us a email at info@QuadJacks.com and we will add you.
    Shaun Deeb (#44 – 294,700)

    Shaun Motherfuckin’ Deeb, who many used to believe was as ruthless online as he was worthless live, has been making his detractors’ jaws drop with impressive live success recently, including a couple of deep runs at this year’s WSOP. When he and Marco first met last summer, they didn’t seem to get along at first. But they went on to become closer, with Shaun even inviting QuadJacks to witness the premiere boot camp of his very own “Live Poker Training.”

     

    Austin Schaff (#55 – 281,700)


    We are happy to see our good buddy Austin doing well in this tournament. We’ve been hanging out with him at the Rio this summer, including at the Bad Beat on Cancer seminars, where Austin has been generously helping out. The farther he runs, the better off the organization should be, so run good, Austin!

     

     

     

    Dr. Dominic Ricciardi (#60 – 280,200)

    Our personal friend Dr. Dominic Ricciardi (yes, he’s a motherfuckin’ doctor!) is in the top 100 of chipleaders. We could not be happier to see him run even better. We first met the Doctor one year ago at the Detox Poker Series at the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino. He was already a fan of QuadJacks then, and after interviewing him and finding out what an affable and upstanding individual he is, we became fans of his too.

     

     

     

    Joseph Cheong (#135 – 229,100)
    (#135 – 229,100)
    Final tabling this year’s tournament two years in a row, while extraordinary, should hardly be received as a surprise if Joe can pull it off again. Despite his unaggressive demeanor and diminutive stature, the Californian wunderkind is indeed that much of a beast, and QuadJacks is honored to consider itself his friend. He and Marco have upheld a lasting tradition of hugging during each and every interview they’ve ever done, a tradition which might seriously account for his run good, although Marco is the only one to believe that connection.

     

     

    Jared Vengrin (#271 – 183,900)

    We doubt we have ever met or spoken to Jared, and we would probably be unable to pick him out from a line-up. So why are we rooting for him to do well? Well, his brother is Matt Vengrin, who has been a regular guest and friend to our show. Unfortunately, Matt has been knocked out, but his brother Jared is still making a run for it. Therefore, we wish the Vengrin family well!

     

     

     

    Doug Lee (#273 – 183,500)

    Doug’s reputation precedes him at whichever table he should chance to sit. We are proud of the relationship we have with Doug, for after years of media boycott, the mysterious Canadian granted us his first exclusive tell-all sitdown interview. We have remained supportive of Doug ever since, and we would certainly not be the only ones to be ecstatic to see him make a seriously deep run.

     

     

     

    Jason Koon – (#275 – 183,200)

    We first met Jason when he final tabled the last WPT Festa al Lago event. Struck by his energy and friendliness, we’ve kept in touch ever since. He was one of the first pros to weigh in on our program in the first days right after Black Friday, and we’re always happy to see him do well.

     

     

     

    Matt Savage – (#316 – 173,900)
    – (#316 – 173,900)
    It is difficult for us to express our respect and admiration for Mr. Savage. We first met him when we covered his Detox Poker Series at the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino last year. Mr. Savage was very helpful and supportive of us from the very beginning, and he has remained a friend and fan of ours since then. For that, we are glad to faithfully reciprocate, and enthusiastic to cheer him on for this year’s tournament!

     

     

     

    Jean-Francois Bouchard – (#329 – 172,000)

    We’ll just come right out and admit it – we are, without shame, regionally biased in favor of French-Canadian players. Why? Because they, in turn, have been among our friendliest and most fun supporters since virtually the beginning of QuadJacks. It is something akin to Jerry Lewis’s popularity in France, except Jerry Lewis is us, and France is Quebec (but don’t make that comparison in their presence). We met “Frank” and his friends at last year’s WSOP, and hit it off right away. Will he be this year’s Quebec representative at the final table?

     

     

    Martin Fournier Giguere – (#338 – 169,900)

    Frank is joined, among other compatriots, by Martin. He and Frank are not the only Quebecois still left in the tournament, but he is another one with whom we are personally acquainted. Bonne chance, Frank and Martin!

     

     

     

    Nachman Berlin “The Landlord” (#443 – 152,000)

    Coming off his 2nd place finish in this years WSOP event 43 for $419,173 Nachman has been a guest on QuadJacks many times and a fan favorite. We will be watching Landlord to make another deep run in this years WSOP Main Event and look forward to having him on the program again.

     

     

     

    Jon Friedberg (#454 – 150,500)

    Jon Friedberg who has been a guest many times on the show is running very well in this years 2011 WSOP Main Event. Jon also just launched the all new site AllVegasPoker.com check it out!

     

     

     

     

    Joe Tehan (#460 – 148,700)

    The Detox Poker Series we already mentioned introduced us to a number of long-term friends. Among them is Joe, who already has a number of large career scores to his name. We hope to see him add a Main Event one to it.

     

     

     

    Matt Stout (#466 – 148,200)

    When discussing the “good guys” in poker, Matt has to be a chart-topper. As one of the program’s closest friends, and frequent contributor, Matt was also interviewed by Marco when he ran deep at the last WPT Festa al Lago. Will another deep run in this event warrant another interview?

     

     

     

    Bryan Devonshire (#505 – 142,400)

    The ever-chummy Devo was first interviewed by QuadJacks at the Commerce casino some months ago, with Rob “veeRob” Perelman ably carrying the microphone. It wasn’t until the newsworthy release of all UB pros shortly after Black Friday that we were able to speak to Bryan again. He was, in fact, the first UB pro to speak openly about the matter, and he did so on our program. Thankful for his disposition and attitude, we now hope to see this talented free agent prove that you don’t need a patch to crush at this game.

     

     

    Christian Harder (#552 – 135,600)

    Formerly a noted online pro, Christian is someone we’re very happy to see do well in the post-Black Friday world. He has been on the program to generously share some of his strategic insight. Now let’s see him put that strategy to good use.

     

     

     

    Aaron Jones (#577 – 131,300)

    Aaron is another online phenom for whom we’re now rooting to excel in the live arena. He was on our program only once, but for a solid amount of time, and happily shared enough poker insight to write a book and a half.

     

     

     

    Patrick Fortin (#603 – 128,000)

    Patrick is another of our beloved Quebecois bunch, but it doesn’t end at that. You might not recognize his given name, but would it help if we mentioned “The QuadJacks Bunny?” At last year’s November Nine, Patrick showed up dressed as a pink bunny, and made quite a show of himself, including at one point sparring with Marco. This year, we hope to see him prove himself as more than just a colorful (and drunken) mascot – although that’s honestly how we still prefer him.

     

     

    Jean-Robert Bellande (#620 – 125,600)

    Having already made a deep run in the Main last year, we look forward to seeing JRB do the same this year. He has been one of the program’s most high-profile followers, and we were happy to interview him at length some weeks ago. A true gentleman such as himself deserves better than to be so notoriously “broke!”

     

     

     

    Michael Wasserman (#651 – 122,600)

    An online pro and coach, Michael is another fan and friend to the show whose acquaintance we’ve had the pleasure of making this year. A genuine wombat in the making, we stand firmly behind this charming young man.

     

     

     

    Troy Gamble (#706 – 116,200)

    With the growth of QuadJacks post-Black Friday, we recognize that many of our fans came to appreciate us only after the April 15 tragedy. There are some like Troy, however, who were following us before that time. For that, we will be following this aptly surnamed grinder, who goes (or rather went) by “gambler2k4” online.

     

     

     

    Daniel Negreanu (#724 – 114,100)

    It is not just because we like Daniel that we are pulling for him – it is also because he likes us too. Ever since Black Friday, he has graced our program with his presence a number of times, always speaking candidly and with integrity, at a time when many other professionals of his caliber remained notably quiet. For this, he has won our sincerest faith, and we are honored to consider him a friend to QuadJacks.

     

     

     

    Sorel Mizzi (#786 – 108,400)

    Given his accomplishments, Sorel hardly needs an introduction. He flattered Marco a great deal, when they first met at last year’s November 9, by professing his admiration for our Italian frontman’s work and QuadJacks in general. Since then, he has appeared on the program to discuss his own strategic concepts, which have carried him thus far and, we hope, will carry him even father.

     

     

     

    Ricky Fohrenbach (#818 – 105,300)

    “Sex Poker,” as he sometimes goes by, has to be among our most colorful friends. Polite and cheerful as he always is, it is impossible to dislike him. But we trust he can become a ruthless bastard enough to run over his way to the final stages of this tournament.

     

     

     

    Matt Matros (#821 – 105,000)

    Before we personally met Matt and were totally charmed by him, we knew of him by reputation. He is a published author and renowned poker intellectual. His class and intelligence make him the perfect representative for poker especially in these seemingly dark times. He has already proven himself this year with a bracelet win. Can he put a definitive end to the luck vs skill debate and bag a second one soon?

     

     

     

    Ludovic Lachance (#921 – 96,000)

    Let’s hear it for yet another one of our dear French-Canadian friends. With former champion Jonathan Duhamel already knocked out and our other friend Pascal Lefrancois nowhere to be found, the Quebecois have themselves another outstanding soldier in Ludovic. We would advise you not to get in his way.

     

     

     

    Cory Albertson (#925 – 96,400)

    We don’t think we’ve yet met Cory. In fact, we are not even sure if he likes us. But he did write an article on pokertips.org about our most recent encounter with Howard Lederer, which Marco considered “the best account of the incident so far,” and for that, we suppose he deserves some reciprocal recognition.

     

     

     

    Deepak Bhatti (#1113 – 77,510)

    We only met Deepak once. Marco interviewed him last year when he came runner-up to a bracelet event. The interview was, admittedly, a rather sober and touching one (by Marco standards). On such a humane basis, we are happy to see this would-have-been champion redeem himself with a possible deep run in the most important tournament of them all.

     

     

     

    Peter Lubrano (#1138 – 74,900)

    Does the famed CEO of Wombat Poker really require an introduction at this point? The man is, simply put, the embodiment of all things badass. Pete the Beat represents not just himself in this event, but the entire Wombat Nation (of which he is the Leader). Bust him at your own risk, for he is packing the WomHammer. (p.s.: OUTRIGHT!)

     

     

     

    Josh Brikis (#1160 – 72,900)

    Mr. Brikis has been a follower of the program since the beginning. Formerly a PPN pro, run by another one of our friends, Chuck Kidd, we are looking forward to seeing Josh score one for the wombats.

     

     

     

    Marc-Andre Ladouceur (#1248 – 65,000)

    Talk about the Quebec Force! Marc-Andre is another warrior of the Quebec legion for whom we are shamelessly pulling. With all these Quebecois in the mix, if at least one of them doesn’t make the final table, you can safely assume that poker is rigged.

     

     

     

    Collin Moshman (#1251 – 64,900)

    Seasoned poker pro/author/coach/backer Collin Moshman, not to mention loyal disciple of The Iceman, Collin has been a friend to the program since the very beginning.

     

     

     

     

    Stephen O’Dwyer (#1301 – 61,400)

    We have been fortunate to have had Stephen on the program before. He takes the gravity of the post-Black Friday world seriously, and for this we respect him. He is also a fiercely tough competitor, and for this, we have little doubt he can fight his way back from a relative short stack.

     

     

     

    Noah Boeken (#1430 – 51,800)

    The friendly Dutchman is another gentleman who joined our panel in the very first days post-Black Friday, to provide the perspective of a sympathetic European professional. As a virtuous and well-spoken player, he is more than qualified to represent the game, and for this he has our complete support.

     

     

     

    Kevin McCormack (#1543 – 44,500)

    Kevin is a leading Wombat. You may know him better as “Boohaa12.” He has been on our program dozens of times, and we are very faithfully in his corner.

     

     

     

     

    Dan Fleyshman (#1549 – 44,300)

    As far as CEO’s go, we cannot deny our unswerving loyalty to Pete Lubrano. However, we are also very fond of Mr. Fleyshman, who has contributed his presence and wisdom on our program a great number of times. We sympathize with him for the forced shutdown of his burgeoning poker site Victory Poker, but we are certain a man of his skill and determination will not be lacking success in the future, and he can start right with this tournament.

     

     

    Rob “veeRob” Perelman (#1584 – 42,200)

    The Heartland Poker Tour champion has been a QuadJacks warrior for months now. He represented us at the HPT, and is doing so again at this tournament. The QJ patch has been known to imbue its carriers with quasi-magical rungood powers. Robert already proved it some months ago. Will there be a second demonstration this time around?

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