Pot o’ Gold for Brad

21 leprechauns converged on Dublin over St. Patrick’s Day weekend in search of Irish luck and sweet Piranha points. We’re at that time in the season where players who have barely made it into the top 10 are defending their Vegas seats, while the remainder of the field, many within striking distance of a seat, are … Read more

Re-Pepito! The Romantic wins Tournament 15

Congratulations to Pepito Pea who outlasted a field of 42 to win his 2nd Piranha Tournament of the year having won Tournament 12 just a few weeks earlier. Pepito and Geoffrey Batuyong were battling it out head to head where the chip lead changed several times.  Finally as the blinds were about to go to … Read more

Gordo locks in his Vegas seat

34 players show up on a beautiful sunny day to play Piranha event 14 and to fight for the top 8 places.  The first two levels were fairly quiet and no one going out. However into the first break Pepito and Andy were in a hand where Pepito moved all in on the river with … Read more

Not Another Repeat

Event 6 brought Piranha Poker Team back to Dublin, where 27 contenders showed up to fight for some more early-season points. Some notable hands of the day: Early in the tournament, at level 4, Brad shoved all-in with  and then Bill shoved all-in over the top with . Brad rivered the club flush, hanging on and … Read more

Run Good Holds for Rod Flora

Event 5 went smooth and well. Only 2 TD decisions that were already taken care of prior before I got to the table but was summoned to confirm and formally continue. I appreciate players being responsible of controlling the table when it’s their turn to play dealer and as asked at the beginning of the … Read more

Is It a Repeat?

Piranha Season 11 Tournament 4 brought out a field of 24 players, including several new players to this season and a few returning veterans who we didn’t see much last year.  One of the early notable hands is between Anne Stewart with KJ spades and Rod Flora with KQ off.  Flop comes J 8 9, … Read more

No One Wants To Bubble

Piranha’s 3rd Tournament of Season 11 was one of the longest I have witnessed, even though we only had a field of 27 players.  After starting a little late due to some confusion on which venue we were using, we only lost three players before the first break.   One notable hand that brought us … Read more