03/24/18 03:32:19 PM PST (about 1 hour and 0 minute ago)
The players are on a 90-minute dinner break.
03/24/18 03:31:48 PM PST (about 1 hour and 1 minute ago)
Tyler Stepenson Knocks Out Dan Martin
The board reads and Tyler Stephenson and Dan Martin are heads up. The two put in 6,600 each on the flop and then get all in after Stephenson shoves the turn when the hits.
Stephenson has against the of Martin.
The river can't help Martin and he mucks his hand.
Tyler Stephenson - 57,000
03/24/18 03:25:50 PM PST (about 1 hour and 7 minutes ago)
Walter Rodriguez Picks Off a Bluff
With a board of Walter Rodriguez is facing off against one opponent. The player puts out a bet of 4,100 which Rodriguez thinks about for a bit before calling.
The river is the and the player bets again, this time making it 10,100. Rodriguez doesn't take too long to call. The player shows for a missed straight draw, but Rodriguez has him beat with for a two-pair.
"That's the only thing I was afraid of," the player says. "Queen-ten."
With that, Rodriguez is up to almost 100,000 chips, making him one of the biggest stacks in the room right before the dinner break.
Walter Rodriguez - 94,000
03/24/18 03:25:27 PM PST (about 1 hour and 7 minutes ago)
Kurt Jewell vs. Russ Head
Kurt Jewell raises to 1,400 from middle position. Russ Head calls from his left, and the big blind calls.
The flop is and the big blind checks. Jewell continues for 2,200 and only Head calls.
The river turn is the and Jewell bets again, this time for 5,200, and Head quickly releases his hand.
Kurt Jewell - 46,000
Russ Head - 41,000
03/24/18 03:15:43 PM PST (about 1 hour and 17 minutes ago)
Dan Burke Rivers the Best
Three players see the flop and Dan Burke bets 4,000. He gets one caller.
The turn is the and his opponent checks to him. Burke bets 9,000 and his opponent calls again.
The river is the and the action checks to Burke a third time. Burke bets 11,000 and his opponent calls.
Dan Burke - 92,000
03/24/18 02:59:30 PM PST (about 2 hours and 33 minutes ago)
Andy Hwang Eliminated
After a raise to 1,400, Andy Hwang moves all in for a bit more than 14,000. Action folds back around to his opponent who calls the shove after giving it some thought.
The flop comes down which puts Hwang in a deep hole. The turn is the which gives him a little hope, but the river is the . With that, Hwang is eliminated from the tournament.
Andy Hwang - Eliminated
03/24/18 02:58:24 PM PST (about 2 hours and 34 minutes ago)
Chris Moneymaker Takes One on the River
Three players see the flop come . Chris Moneymaker checks from the big blind, and the player to his left bets 1,200 into the 4,000 pot. A middle-position player calls and Moneymaker calls.
The turn is the and Moneymaker now leads out for 4,500. The next player folds, and the middle-position player calls.
The river is the and Moneymaker continues for 9,000. His opponent thinks for about 10 seconds, then folds.
Chris Moneymaker - 53,000
03/24/18 02:53:58 PM PST (about 2 hours and 39 minutes ago)
Level 9 Started
|Level:||9 ||Blinds:||300/600 ||Ante:||100|03/24/18 02:53:15 PM PST (about 2 hours and 39 minutes ago)
Walter Rodriguez Knocks Out Two
Walter Rodriguez is all in against two players preflop. Rodriguez is holding against the and of his opponents.
The board runs out and Rodriguez knocks out both players.
Walter Rodriguez - 61,000
03/24/18 02:42:02 PM PST (about 2 hours and 51 minutes ago)
John Richards Eliminates a Player
Preflop action has a player all in and at risk against John Richards for an unknown amount. Richards has the covering stack and is looking to add more.
The board runs out giving both players a pair of aces, but Richard's kicker is best and that allows him to take down the pot and add to his stack, which so far is one of the larger ones in the room.
John Richards - 73,500
03/24/18 02:29:25 PM PST (about 2 hours and 3 minutes ago)
Chris Moneymaker Sends One to the Rail
Chris Moneymaker is in the big blind and raises all in over an early position limp. The limper calls with and Moneymaker has .
The board runs out and Moneymaker makes a flush to knock out his opponent.
Chris Moneymaker - 37,000
03/24/18 02:25:41 PM PST (about 2 hours and 7 minutes ago)
Misstep for Sam Washburn
On a turn of Sam Washburn is first to act. He puts out a bet of 3,000 which is called by his lone opponent.
The river is the and Washburn decides to check. The other player moves all in for 8,375. Washburn asks for a count and thinks for about a minute and eventually decides to call. The other player shows for a rivered straight. Washburn is forced to turn up his for just two pair and the pot is pushed over to his opponent, leaving the most recent Tunica Horseshoe Main Event winner with just over 13,000 chips.
Sam Washburn - 13,500
03/24/18 02:14:59 PM PST (about 2 hours and 18 minutes ago)
Level 8 Started
|Level:||8 ||Blinds:||250/500 ||Ante:||75|03/24/18 02:13:42 PM PST (about 2 hours and 19 minutes ago)
Kurt Jewell Busts a Player
Kurt Jewell raises to 1,000 form the hijack. The button and small blind both call, and Yashvenn Mudireddy calls from the big blind.
The flop is The the small blind leads out for 1,600. Jewell is the only caller.
The falls on the turn and the small blind continues for 4,000. Jewell calls again.
The river is the and the small blind pushes all in for about 12,000. Jewell quickly calls and shows to win with trip nines and send his opponent to the rail.
Kurt Jewell - 41,500
03/24/18 02:03:26 PM PST (about 2 hours and 29 minutes ago)
Small Pot for Dejuante Alexander
Three players limp in for the big blind's cost of 400 and Dejuante Alexander checks his option as the last to act before the flop.
The flop is and all four players check to see the board pair with the on the turn. Action checks to Alexander who bets 1,100 and only the small blind calls.
When the comes on the river, both players check and Alexander is able to take down the pot by showing his . With that, Alexander moves to right around 23,000 chips.
Dejuante Alexander - 23,000
03/24/18 02:01:44 PM PST (about 3 hours and 31 minutes ago)
William Tate Wins Without Showdown
William Tate is one of four players to see the flop and he is the first to bet, making it 2,800 on the flop. He gets one caller.
The turn is the and both players check. The river is the and the action checks to Tate who bets 3,500. His opponent folds and Tate takes down the hand.
William Tate - 31,000
03/24/18 01:56:07 PM PST (about 3 hours and 37 minutes ago)
Russ Head Back Above Starting Stack
There's about 1,800 in the pot and four players see the flop come . Kurt Jewell and Russ Head check from the blinds, and the player to Head's left bets 900. The next player folds and Jewell folds. Head calls.
The turn is the and Head checks again. His opponent bets 1,500 and Head calls.
The completes the board on the river and Head checks a third time. His opponent continues for 2,500. Head then check-raises to 7,400 and his opponent instantly folds.
Russ Head - 22,000
03/24/18 01:50:30 PM PST (about 3 hours and 42 minutes ago)
Andy Philachack vs. Everett Carlton
On a flop of action checks to Andy Philachack in middle position. He bets 1,400 into a pot of what looks like 3,000. Everett Carlton is on the button and he is Philachack's only caller.
The turn is the and Philachack thinks for a bit, then checks his option. Carlton bets 1,500 this time and Philachack releases his hand, allowing Carlton to take down the pot. With that, Carlton moves back into the range of a starting stack, while Philachack drops the small pot but remains healthy.
Everett Carlton - 19,500
Andy Philachack - 40,500
03/24/18 01:41:59 PM PST (about 3 hours and 51 minutes ago)
Tracy Rudd Out-kicks Mike Cordell
Mike Cordell and Tracy Rudd get all in on a nine-high flop. The board reads and Cordell goes all in for about 6,500 and Rudd calls. Cordell has against the of Rudd.
The turn is the and the river is the . Cordell is eliminated when he fails to catch up to Rudd.
Tracy Rudd - 34,000
Mike Cordell - Eliminated