2 Months, $2 Million: Season Profits Reach $615,900

Episode 9 of the show “2 Months, $2 Million” saw the team start the week up $507,000 for the season so far, but determined to get as close as possible to the $2 million target.The team then came up with the idea to organise a a live high-stakes home game and so Dani Stern and Rosenkrantz started out for the Hard Rock Casino to drum up some interest while Brian Roberts decided to stay behind and see if he could win some money online against “Past”.
Stern and Rosenkrantz had better luck stirring up interest in a home game at the house of Aaron “aejones” Jones’, where 18th place finisher at the 2009 WSOP Andrew “luckychewy” Lichtenberger offered to stop by with $127,000 of his cash.
By the time the home game was arranged, the team were already up $167,000 with their other poker ventures on the week. The guests included David “Viffer” Peat, Bertrand “Elky” Grospellier, and Andrew “good2cu” Robl. David Williams’ absence evoked a comment from Stern:
“It’s too bad David Williams is a no-show because we really want to have some people in these games who are willing to gamble. He gives a lot of action, so he’s definitely the type of player we’d want in the game.”
Stern wasn’t long disappointed as Williams turned up shortly after and so the $50,000 NL $100/$200 game got started. Only a single member of the 2M2M team played at a time due to converging interests and the early action mostly involved the visitors with Grospellier taking a $27,000 pot off Williams, while Lichtenberger finished Williams off a little later, who then headed off saying; “Sometimes you have to know when to quit.”
Rosenkrantz then got bluffed off a large pot on the river holding top pair against Robl’s second pair and by the time the home game was over Williams was down $50,000, Peat had won $11,200, Litchenberger was $29,000 up, while the 2M2M team were down $30,700.
The week’s total revealed a total profit for the team of $108,900, with Rosenkrantz stuck $3,200, Emil Patel up $53,100, Roberts up $12,000, and Stern up $47,000. With winnings of $615,900 for the season so far, the house was still a way off their $2 million goal but surely took comfort in the fact that the last few weeks have seen their results take off exponentially, helped especially by a winning team performance last episode worth $371,000.

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