Event 14: $1,500 No-Limit Hold'em Shootout
Tage:
123

Highlights

Highlights

All the Winners Thus Far

With less than 20 tables left here these are all the players who have won their match and will be back tomorrow.

Priyan De Mel
Priyan De Mel
45,000
Andrew Rosskamm us
Andrew Rosskamm
us 45,000 4,600
Joseph Urgo
Joseph Urgo
45,000
Will Jaffe us
Will Jaffe
us 45,000
Senovio Ramirez
Senovio Ramirez
45,000
Philipp Salewski us
Philipp Salewski
us 45,000
Joe Cada us
Joe Cada
us 44,950
Tyler Smith us
Tyler Smith
us 44,950
Kevin Boudreau us
Kevin Boudreau
us 44,950
Joshua Pollack
Joshua Pollack
44,950
John Kim us
John Kim
us 44,950
Konstantin Puchkov ru
Konstantin Puchkov
ru 44,925
Michael Corsun
Michael Corsun
44,900
Ryan Austin
Ryan Austin
44,900
Justin Schwartz us
Justin Schwartz
us 44,900
Blair Hinkle us
Blair Hinkle
us 44,900
Phil Ivey us
Phil Ivey
us 44,900
John Reading us
John Reading
us 44,900 400
Barry Woods
Barry Woods
44,900 4,400
David Chase us
David Chase
us 44,900
James Van Alstyne
James Van Alstyne
44,900
Ben Jenkins
Ben Jenkins
44,900
Adrian Flores
Adrian Flores
44,900
David Randall
David Randall
44,875
Jonathan Cohen us
Jonathan Cohen
us 44,875

Alles lesen

Break for All

MarcC • Level 7: 300-600, 75 ante

All remaining players will now have a 30-minute.

Mercier Doubles Up

• Level 7: 300-600, 75 ante

With a {7-Clubs}{6-Clubs}{a-Diamonds} flop exposed in the middel, Jason Mercier managed to get all in and called. Lucky for Mercier he held {A-Clubs}{7-Diamonds} for two pair while his opponent possessed {A-Spades}{9-Spades}.

The turn fell the {k-Clubs} and the river came out {3-Spades} giving Mercier the necessary requirements to double up.

Tags: Jason Mercier

Urgo Through, McLean Doubles Kitai

MarcC

Jospeph Urgo will take exactly 45,000 chips through after he defeated all-comers at his table.

The ding-dong battle between Davidi Kitai and McLean Karr is set to continue for a while.

Kitai limped on the button and snapped for his 9,525 stack after Karr shoved.

Kitai: {a-Hearts}{j-Hearts}
Karr: {k-Diamonds}{6-Clubs}

The board ran {10-Hearts}{4-Clubs}{4-Diamonds}{q-Spades}{k-Clubs} to make the Belgian a straight.

Tags: Davidi KitaiMcLean KarrJospeph Urgo

Two Tables Opt for the Full Break

MarcC • Level 7: 300-600, 75 ante

Two tables over in the Pavillion room have decided to take the 90-minute dinner break now. One was still three-handed and the other one was at the heads-up stage.

They'll be a full level behind wen they resume play at around 8:15pm.

Edit: Three table from Brasilia seem to have decided too take the extended break as well, so that's five total.

Level:
7
Blinds:
300/600
Ante:
75

Break For One

• Level 6: 200-400, 50 ante

Players are being given the option of taking their 90 minute break or playing one more hour level and receiving a 30 minute break. From what we are hearing only one table is opting to take their full 90 minute break.