$1,000 No-Limit Hold'em Rebuys

Fun Times With Karr, Behbehani and Rosen

Let's start off with the shout out for Patricia Rosen. Jamie Rosen told us his mom would love a shout out and since we are the nicest guys on the tournament circuit that's no problem! Alright, let's get to the action.

When we got to the table Salman Behbehani pointed to McLean Karr and started telling us all about how he luckboxed his way into a 10,000 stack. Karr first lost {4-}{6-} all-in pre flop against the {A-}{K-} of Jamie Rosen after which he beat Mark Teltscher hitting a set of sixes against his queens. Later on Karr raised with {8-Diamonds}{9-Diamonds} to 200, and he ended up calling a three-bet to 700 from a player with a 4,000 chipstack. The flop brought out {9-}{4-}{2-} with two spades and one diamond. Karr check-raised all in and his opponent called with pocket tens. Karr rivered a nine giving him the best hand and a very big pot.

As we were writing up this hand Karr forced another player to rebuy as he beat {5-Diamonds}{8-Diamonds} with {5-Hearts}{5-Clubs}. The board read {2-Diamonds}{4-Diamonds}{2-Spades}{6-Spades}{Q-Clubs} as Karr raked in the chips. Unfortunately we didn't catch the action but Karr is one of the early front runners with 14,500 chips. Jamie Rosen is also doing very well early on. He managed to bust a player with {A-}{K-} versus {J-}{J-} giving him a very comfortable 10,700. Behbehani, who was doing most of the talking, has 2,100 chips and he's looking to double up soon.

Chip stacks
McLean Karr us 14,500 12,100
Jamie Rosen us 10,700 9,200
Mark Teltscher gb 2,500 -900
Salman Behbehani us 2,100 600

Tags: McLean KarrMark TeltscherJamie RosenSalman Behbehani