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2015 46th Annual World Series of Poker

Sunday, June 28, 2015 to Monday, June 29, 2015

Event #58: $111,111 High Roller for ONE DROP

  • Buy-in: $111,111
  • Prizepool: $14,249,925
  • Entries: 135
  • Remaining: 6
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6/29/2015 10:15:35 PM PST (about 1 minutes ago)
 
Hand #31 - Colman Fills Up on Duhamel
 

Jonathan Duhamel raises to 500,000 on the button and Daniel Colman defends his big blind. They see a flop of and Colman checks. Duhamel bets 525,000 and Colman check-calls.

The turn is the and Colman checks again. Duhamel fires 850,000 and Colman check-calls again. The river is the and both players check. Colman tables , giving him a full house and Duhamel mucks his hand.

6/29/2015 10:09:51 PM PST (about 7 minutes ago)
 
Hand #30 - Jonathan Duhamel
 
Jonathan Duhamel moves all in from the small blind for effectively Hellmuth's 1,070,000 stack. Hellmuth folds and Duhamel takes the pot.
6/29/2015 10:08:34 PM PST (about 8 minutes ago)
 
Hand #29 - Jonathan Duhamel Tops Daniel Colman
 

Daniel Colman raises to 500,000 from middle position and Jonathan Duhamel calls from the big blind. They are heads-up to a flop of and Duhamel checks. Colman bets 600,000 and Duhamel check-calls.

The turn is the and both players check to see the fall on the river. Both players check again and Duhamel wins the pot with .

6/29/2015 10:05:21 PM PST (about 11 minutes ago)
 
Level 25 Started
 

Level:25 Blinds:120,0002/240,000 Ante:40,000

6/29/2015 9:48:39 PM PST (about 28 minutes ago)
 
Break
 

Players are taking a 20-minute break. Here's how they stack up:

Jonathan Duhamel - 12,915,000
Bill Klein - 9,835,000
Daniel Colman - 8,525,000
Dan Perper - 5,380,000
Ben Sulsky - 2,680,000
Phil Hellmuth - 1,150,000

6/29/2015 9:43:56 PM PST (about 33 minutes ago)
 
Hand #28 - Dan Perper Shoves
 
Ben Sulsky raises to 400,000 on the button and Dan Perpa moves all in from the small blind for about 4,500,000. Sulsky folds and Perper takes the pot.
6/29/2015 9:42:31 PM PST (about 34 minutes ago)
 
Hand #27 - Daniel Colman
 

Daniel Colman limps in on the button and Ben Sulsky raises to 550,000 out of the small blind. Dan Perper folds his big blind. Colman calls and they see a flop of .

Sulsky continues with a bet of 425,000 and Colman calls. The turn is the and both players check. The river is the and both players check again. Sulsky shows , but Colman with the pot with and a pair of kings.

6/29/2015 9:38:27 PM PST (about 38 minutes ago)
 
Hand #26 - Dan Perper Doubles Through Bill Klein
 

Dan Perper moves all in for 2,190,000 from under-the-gun and Bill Klein moves all in from middle position for over 13 million. Everybody else tosses their hand into the muck and Perper is heads-up against Klein for his tournament life.

Klein shows , but is in bad shape against Perper's . The flop is and Klein needs running cards to eliminate Perper. The turn is the , leaving Klein drawing dead and giving Perper a set. The river is the and Perper fills up on the river to double up through Bill Klein.

Dan Perper - 4,860,000
Bill Klein - 11,320,000

6/29/2015 9:35:29 PM PST (about 41 minutes ago)
 
Hand #25 - Jonathan Duhamel Rivers a Straight
 

Jonathan Duhamel limps in on the button, Phil Hellmuth completes from the small blind and Daniel Colman checks his option from the big blind. The flop is and action checks to Duhamel, who bets 375,000. Hellmuth check-calls and Colman folds.

The turn is the and both players check to see the fall on the river. Hellmuth leads out for 250,000. Duhamel takes a few moments before raising to 1,200,000. Hellmuth tanks for a few minutes and then calls. Duhamel shows , giving him a straight and Hellmuth mucks his hand.

Jonathan Duhamel - 12,275,000
Phil Hellmuth - 1,310,000

6/29/2015 9:29:20 PM PST (about 47 minutes ago)
 
Hand #24 - Quads For Klein
 

Bill Klein raises to 500,000 on the button and Phil Hellmuth defends his big blind. The flop is and Hellmuth leads out for 350,000. Klein calls and they watch the fall on the turn.

Hellmuth bets 475,000 and Klein calls again. The river is the and Hellmuth leads for a third time, this time 600,000. Klein takes a few moments before raising to 2,600,000. Hellmuth goes into the tank as the pot grows to over 6,000,000 in chips. Hellmuth takes a minute in the tank before calling.

Klein shows , good for quads and Hellmuth shoots out of his chair for just a second before sitting back down and pushing the chips across the table.

Bill Klein - 13,570,000
Phil Hellmuth - 3,115,000

6/29/2015 9:23:46 PM PST (about 53 minutes ago)
 
Hand #23 - Anthony Zinno Eliminated in 7th Place ($565,864)
 
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Anthony Zinno raises to 525,000 from the cutoff, and Jonathan Duhamel moves all in for effectively Zinno's 2,800,000. Zinno quickly calls and has a big advantage with his against Duhamel's .

The flop is and Zinno's Big Slick is still in the lead. The turn is the and Duhamel's rail erupts excitement as he leaves Zinno drawing to three outs with one card to come. The river is the and Zinno is eliminated in seventh place. He takes home well over a half million dollars, while Duhamel captures the chip lead.

Jonathan Duhamel - 10,280,000
Anthony Zinno - Eliminated

6/29/2015 9:19:19 PM PST (about 57 minutes ago)
 
Hand #22 - Jonathan Duhamel
 
Jonathan Duhamel raises to 400,000 under-the-gun and he takes the blinds and antes.
6/29/2015 9:17:45 PM PST (about 59 minutes ago)
 
Hand #21 - Jonathan Duhamel
 
Jonathan Duhamel raises to 400,000 from middle position and wins the blinds and antes.
6/29/2015 9:16:53 PM PST (about 60 minutes ago)
 
Hand #20 - Ben Sulsky
 
Ben Sulsky moves all in from the small blind and Anthony Zinno folds from the big blind.
6/29/2015 9:14:21 PM PST (about 1 hours and 2 minutes ago)
 
Hand #19 - Daniel Colman Doubles Through Ben Sulsky
 

Daniel Colman moves all in from the small blind for his last 3,765,000 and Sulsky calls. Sulsky shows and is flipping with Colman's .

The flop is and Colman flops a set and, leaving Sulsky drawing to running diamonds. The turn is the and Sulsky is drawing dead. The river is the to officially give Colman a double up.

Daniel Colman - 8,070,000
Ben Sulsky - 4,360,000

6/29/2015 9:10:41 PM PST (about 1 hours and 6 minutes ago)
 
Hand #18 - Jonathan Duhamel
 

Jonathan Duhamel raises to 400,000 on the button and Daniel Colman defends his big blind. The flop is and Colman checks. Duhamel bets 525,000 and Colman check-calls.

The turn is the and Colman checks again. Duhamel checks behind and the river is the . Colman checks a third time and Duhamel takes a moment before reaching for chips and betting 875,000. Colman goes into the tank for just under a minute before calling, and Duhamel shows , giving him a wheel. Colman mucks.

6/29/2015 9:05:24 PM PST (about 1 hours and 11 minutes ago)
 
Hand #17 - Anthony Zinno
 
Anthony Zinno raises to 600,000 from the hijack and wins the blinds and antes.
6/29/2015 9:04:19 PM PST (about 1 hours and 12 minutes ago)
 
Level 24 Started
 

Level:24 Blinds:100,000/200,000 Ante:30,000

6/29/2015 9:03:43 PM PST (about 1 hours and 13 minutes ago)
 
Hand #16 - Ben Sulsky
 
Ben Sulsky raises to 400,000 from the hijack and he takes the blinds and antes.
6/29/2015 9:02:29 PM PST (about 1 hours and 14 minutes ago)
 
Hand #15 - Jonathan Duhamel Doubles Through Phil Hellmuth
 

Jonathan Duhamel raises to 325,000 from under-the-gun and Phil Hellmuth three-bets to 800,000 next to act. Action folds back to Duhamel who moves all in for 2,560,000 and Hellmuth gets an exact count from the dealer before calling.

Duhamel shows and is in great shape for a double up against Hellmuth's .

The crowd rises to their feet as the dealer spreads a flop of and Duhamel keeps the lead. The turn is the , leaving Hellmuth with two outs to the river. The dealer peels off the on the river and Duhamel doubles up.

Jonathan Duhamel - 5,480,000
Phil Hellmuth - 6,320,000

6/29/2015 8:55:54 PM PST (about 1 hours and 21 minutes ago)
 
Hand #14 - Ben Sulsky
 
Ben Sulsky raises to 400,000 on the button and takes the blinds and antes.
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