Event 3: $3,000 Heads-Up No-Limit Hold'em/Pot-Limit Omaha
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Event 3: $3,000 Heads-Up No-Limit Hold'em/Pot-Limit Omaha
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64 Players Advance to Day 2 in Stacked Field

• Level 9: 2,000-4,000, 0 ante
Annette Obrestad returns as the last woman standing.
Annette Obrestad returns as the last woman standing.

Day 1 of Event 3 at the World Series of Poker is in the books after three rounds of play. The first ever Heads-up No Limit Hold’em/Pot Limit Omaha mix had a $3,000 price tag and 317 players signed up. At the end of play 64 players are advancing to Day 2 and are guaranteed a min-cash of $3,395.

Annette Obrestad (last woman standing), Justin Bonomo, Guillaume Darcourt, David Williams, Eric Froehlich, David Benefield, John Racener, Andy Frankenberger, Jason Koon, Sam Stein, Josh Arieh and David Chiu are a few of the returning notables.

Two of the heads-up matches for Round 3 drew heavy onlookers – Eric Froehlich vs. Shaun Deeb and Guillaume Darcourt vs. Bertrand “ElkY” Grospellier. Froehlich’s win over Deeb happened pretty fast – Deeb called 800 to see a flop of {Q-Diamonds} {J-Hearts} {8-Hearts} and then check-called 1,200. He called 2,500 on the {K-Hearts} turn and then check-called all in. Froehlich tabled {Q-Hearts} {J-Spades} {7-Hearts} {3-Clubs} and Deeb mucked his hand.

The start of the tournament was a star-studded affair with Phil Ivey, Daniel Negreanu, Ben Lamb, Carlos Mortensen, Grospellier, Jonathan Duhamel, Eugene Katchalov, Mohsin Charania, Jeffrey Lisandro, Rob and Michael Mizrachi, Jake Cody, Thomas Marchese and Marco Traniello all sat to play. However, none of them made it through to Day 2.

Players will return to Day 2 with 72,000, 24,000 to start with two rebuy lammers behind. Another three rounds are in store, with the day ending at 16 players. The restart will have cards in the air at 1:00 PM in the Amazon Room. Be sure to follow all the WSOP action live on PokerNews.com.

Remaining Players

Guillaume Darcourt fr
Guillaume Darcourt
fr 72,000
Matt Jarvis ca
Matt Jarvis
ca 72,000 36,000
Thomas Gabriel us
Thomas Gabriel
us 72,000
Annette Obrestad no
Annette Obrestad
no 72,000
Ryan Franklin us
Ryan Franklin
us 72,000
Jared Solomon
Jared Solomon
72,000
Tres Davis
Tres Davis
72,000
Sebastion Saffari
Sebastion Saffari
72,000
Josh Arieh us
Josh Arieh
us 72,000
Jonathan Clancy
Jonathan Clancy
72,000
Adam Kornuth
Adam Kornuth
72,000
Matthew Bucaric
Matthew Bucaric
72,000
Eric Froehlich us
Eric Froehlich
us 72,000
Marcello Marigliano gb
Marcello Marigliano
gb 72,000
Bryce Yockey us
Bryce Yockey
us 72,000
Simeon Naydenov bg
Simeon Naydenov
bg 72,000
Mark Radoja ca
Mark Radoja
ca 72,000 36,000
Jim Collopy us
Jim Collopy
us 72,000
Victor Ramdin us
Victor Ramdin
us 72,000 36,000
Justin Smith us
Justin Smith
us 72,000 36,000
David Schnettler
David Schnettler
72,000
Scott Davies us
Scott Davies
us 72,000
Tim West us
Tim West
us 72,000
David Benefield us
David Benefield
us 72,000
Raj Kattamuri
Raj Kattamuri
72,000

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Timoshenko Wins to Conclude Play

MarcC

Zach Clark finally fell to Yevgeniy Timoshenko and with that all the round three matches are done for today.

The blinds were so high that the players were virtually shoving from the button when they found a good hand. It didn't take long to for a showdown to occur.

Timoshenko: {a-Spades}{j-Hearts}
Clark: {q-Diamonds}{7-Hearts}

The board ran {8-Spades}{j-Spades}{6-Diamonds}{6-Hearts}{4-Hearts} to make Timoshenko two pair.

Yevgeniy Timoshenko ua
Yevgeniy Timoshenko
ua 72,000
Zach Clark us
Zach Clark
us Ausgeschieden

Tags: Zach ClarkYevgeniy Timoshenko

Clark Doubles Through Timoshenko

• Level 9: 2,000-4,000, 0 ante

The last two players - Yevgeniy Timoshenko and Zach Clark are still playing - and Clark just doubled. Timoshenko put Clark all in preflop and he called.

The board ran {Q-Diamonds} {9-Diamonds} {8-Clubs} {4-Diamonds} {9-Clubs} and Clark held the winning straight with {J-Hearts} {10-Hearts} {K-Clubs} {8-Hearts}.

Tags: Zach ClarkYevgeniy Timoshenko

Level:
9
Blinds:
2,000/4,000
Ante:
0

Williams Second to Last to Advance

David Williams just wrapped up his match, leaving just one match up remaining in the mostly deserted Brasilia room. The last hand saw Williams call his opponent's all in.

Williams: {A-Clubs} {5-Hearts}
Opponent: {A-Spades} {6-Clubs}

The board ran {8-Diamonds} {5-Clubs} {5-Diamonds} {10-Clubs} {Q-Hearts} and Williams will return tomorrow.

At a nearby table Jim Collopy finished up his match as well.

Jim Collopy us
Jim Collopy
us 72,000 36,000
David Williams us
David Williams
us 72,000 36,000

Tags: David WilliamsJim Collopy

Three Becomes Two, Almost

MarcC • Level 9: 500-1,000, 0 ante

David Williams' match is one of only three remaining in this round. We had the chance of that being reduced to two after Williams got the last of his chips in.

He held {j-Hearts}{j-Diamonds} and was in good shape versus his opponent's {a-Clubs}{7-Hearts}.

The board ran {q-Clubs}{5-Spades}{8-Diamonds}{q-Diamonds}{9-Clubs}.

The Team PokerStars Pro had a 48,000 to 24,000 advantage after that hand.

Tags: David Williams

Level:
8
Blinds:
1,500/3,000
Ante:
0

Kaverman Nit-Rolls to Victory

MarcC

We went over to speak to Byron Kaverman after it had been announced that he'd beaten Anthony Lellouche.

Kaverman was, despite his win, feeling bad about his victory. This is only his third or fourth time playing PLO and he was in a spot on the river where Lellouche bet his last 13,000 into him. Kaverman sat thinking about whether to call for two minutes when he realised he actually had a straight fort the near nuts.

He checked once more, was right, called and apologised to the Frenchman. Lellouche, as expected, took it like a gentleman.

Byron Kaverman us
Byron Kaverman
us 72,000
Antony Lellouche fr
Antony Lellouche
fr Ausgeschieden

Tags: Anony LelloucheByron Kaverman