Event #20: $1,500 Seven Card Stud
Tage:
1234

Highlights

Highlights

Level:
7
Limits:
400/800
Ante:
100

On Break

GeoffFisk • Level 6: 300-600, 100 ante

The field is off on their third 15-minute break of Day 1; play will resume with Level 7 on the other side.

King Happy to be Ahead

GeoffFisk • Level 6: 300-600, 100 ante

Terry King was just above the starting stack with 10,900 at last count. "I'm just happy to be ahead," said King with a laugh.

King was one of the finalists for the 2018 Women in Poker Hall of Fame, and her career in poker spans more than four decades. King has worked as a poker dealer, tournament director, and floor person, and she also has a WSOP bracelet to her name, won in a seven-card stud event at the 1978 WSOP.

King's playing career is marked with consistent money finishes in stud events, and she remains a contender in the $1,500 Seven Card Stud Event.

Terry King ca
Terry King
ca 10,900

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Ringe Outpairs Geilich

GeoffFisk • Level 6: 300-600, 100 ante

Gerald Ringe: {10-}{x-}/{q-Diamonds}{10-Clubs}{4-Diamonds}{7-Diamonds}/{x-}
Ludovic Geilich: {9-Clubs}{9-Diamonds}/{a-Hearts}{5-Spades}{2-Diamonds}{q-Clubs}/{x-}

Gerald Ringe and Ludovic Geilich arrived at seventh street with multiple bets in the pot, but the action slowed to a check-check on the final card.

"Nines," announced Geilich, only to hear Ringe respond with "tens." Ringe's {10-}{10-Clubs} were indeed good, and Gelich dropped down to 17,000.

Gerald Ringe gb
Gerald Ringe
gb 21,000 21,000
Ludovic Geilich gb
Ludovic Geilich
gb 17,000 4,000

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Old School Stud with Rod Pardey Sr.

GeoffFisk • Level 6: 300-600, 100 ante
Rod Pardey Sr.
Rod Pardey Sr.

Rod Pardey Sr. has been a stud specialist for more than four decades, and he's still going strong, currently sitting around the starting stack of 10,000 in the $1,500 Seven Card Stud event.

Pardey's stud prowess goes all the way back to the 1981 Amarillo Slim Super Bowl of Poker, where Pardey finished third in the $5,000 Seven Card Stud event. He has a pair of WSOP bracelets to his name, which came in 1991 and 1994, both in the $2,500 Seven Card Stud event.

Stud is a game that attracts some of the legendary characters of poker, and Pardey is about as old school as it gets. He has amassed more than $700,000 in live tournament earnings, the vast majority of those winnings coming in stud events.

His biggest cash, however, came just four years ago, at the 2015 WSOP in the $1,000 No-Limit Hold'em Super Seniors Event, where he finished second and bagged $162,100.

His son, Rod Pardey Jr., is also playing in this year's $1,500 Seven Card Stud event,

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Updated Chip Counts

GeoffFisk • Level 6: 300-600, 100 ante
James Brundige us
James Brundige
us 28,300
Shannon Petluck us
Shannon Petluck
us 20,200
Shane Douglas us
Shane Douglas
us 19,000
Rod Pardey Jr.
Rod Pardey Jr.
18,200 18,200
Gary Benson au
Gary Benson
au 18,150
Julius Reiner us
Julius Reiner
us 14,100
Barbara Enright us
Barbara Enright
us 14,000 5,800
Dan Heimiller us
Dan Heimiller
us 14,000 6,500
Mike Ross us
Mike Ross
us 14,000 -3,000
Frank Muir us
Frank Muir
us 13,400
Yueqi Zhu cn
Yueqi Zhu
cn 13,000 500
Ludovic Geilich gb
Ludovic Geilich
gb 13,000 -1,000
Jeff Lisandro au
Jeff Lisandro
au 12,000 2,000
Rod Pardey Sr. us
Rod Pardey Sr.
us 11,000 -4,000
Terry King ca
Terry King
ca 10,900 10,900
Alan Nugent
Alan Nugent
9,550
Eli Elezra il
Eli Elezra
il 8,700 5,200
Barry Greenstein us
Barry Greenstein
us 8,200 1,700
Matt Grapenthien us
Matt Grapenthien
us 8,200
Allen Kessler us
Allen Kessler
us 4,700 -7,300
David Bach us
David Bach
us Ausgeschieden
Level:
6
Limits:
300/600
Ante:
100

Glaser Takes a Hit

GeoffFisk • Level 5: 250-500, 50 ante
Benny Glaser
Benny Glaser

Three-time bracelet winner Benny Glaser is still above the starting stack, but his numbers just took a hit.

Benny Glaser: {x-}{x-}/{10-Diamonds}{3-Spades}{j-Diamonds}{4-Hearts}/{x-}
Opponent: {x-}{x-}/{q-Spades}{5-Clubs}{3-Hearts}{4-Spades}/{x-}

Glaser bet on fourth street, and fired another bet on fifth street, which his opponent raised. The opponent took the betting lead on the final two streets, getting called down by Glaser. Glaser mucked when he saw the {k-Clubs}{k-Spades}{q-Clubs} turned over by his opponent.

Benny Glaser gb
Benny Glaser
gb 13,200 -5,800

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