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2017/18 WSOP Circuit - HORSESHOE BALTIMORE

Friday, May 04, 2018 to Monday, May 07, 2018

Event #9: $1,675 MAIN EVENT ($500K Guarantee)

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  • Buy-in: $1,675
  • Prizepool: $769,500
  • Entries: 513
  • Remaining: 0
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05/07/18 09:06:14 PM PST (about 14 days and 0 hour ago)
 
An Impromptu Trip to Baltimore has Mike Jukich Leaving with his First WSOPC Ring and a Six-Figure Payout
 


Mike Jukich - Winner of the Horseshoe Baltimore Main Event 

Mike Jukich wasn’t going to come play in the Horseshoe Baltimore Main Event, but it’s a good thing he did because he took it down on Monday evening, locking up the first place prize of $165,438, his first World Series of Poker Circuit Ring, and a seat in the Global Casino Championship.

“It was last minute that I even decided to come,” Jukich said. “I was playing in my home game, back in Lynchburg, VA on Friday night and I got the okay to come up here and play. They were gonna take action in me. They believed in me and I was pretty confident in myself.”

But it wasn’t a smooth ride for Jukich the whole way... READ MORE

05/07/18 06:15:22 PM PST (about 14 days and 3 hours ago)
 
Mike Jukich Wins the WSOP Circuit Main Event at Horseshoe Baltimore ($165,438); Jeremy Stein Finishes Runner Up ($102,290)
 


Mike Jukich - Winner of the Horseshoe Baltimore Main Event

Jeremy Stein limps from the small blind and Mike Jukich raises to 280,000 from the button. Stein three-bets to 775,000 and Jukich moves all in. Stein calls all in for around 3,100,000. 

Jukich turns over    and is racing against Stein's   

The board runs out       and Jukich's pocket sixes hold to eliminate Stein in second place and take home the title. 


Jeremy Stein - Runner up in the Horseshoe Baltimore Main Event

A full recap of this event will be posted shortly.

Mike Jukich - WSOP Circuit Main Event at Horseshoe Baltimore Champion ($165,438)
Jeremy Stein - Eliminated in 2nd place ($102,290)

05/07/18 06:09:44 PM PST (about 14 days and 3 hours ago)
 
Mike Jukich Extends His Lead
 

Mike Jukich opens to 280,000 and Jeremy Stein calls. 

They check down the       board and Jukich turns over pocket queens to take the pot. 

Mike Jukich - 6,800,000 (57 bb)
Jeremy Stein - 3,300,000 (28 bb)

05/07/18 06:04:30 PM PST (about 14 days and 3 hours ago)
 
Mike Jukich Takes the First Hand Heads Up
 

Mike Jukich limps the button and Jeremy Stein checks his option. 

The flop comes    , Stein bets 150,000 and Jukich calls. Both players check the   on the turn. 

The river brings the  , Stein checks and Jukich bets 425,000. Stein says "Take er' down" as he puts his cards in the muck. 

Mike Jukich - 6,470,000 (51 bb)
Jeremy Stein - 3,790,000 (35 bb)

 

05/07/18 05:54:11 PM PST (about 14 days and 3 hours ago)
 
James St. Hilaire Eliminated in 3rd Place ($74,726)
 


James St. Hilaire

James St. Hilaire moves all in from the small blind with his short stack. Mike Jukich calls from the big blind. 

St. Hilaire:   
Jukich:    

The board runs out       and with his two pair, Jukich takes down the pot. St. Hilaire takes home a big pay day of $74,726 for his third place finish leaving Mike Jukich and Jeremy Stein heads up.

Mike Jukich - 6,080,000
Jeremy Stein - 4,180,000
James St. Hilaire - Eliminated

05/07/18 05:50:07 PM PST (about 14 days and 3 hours ago)
 
Mike Jukich Assumes the Chip Lead
 

Mike Jukich limps in from the small blind and Jeremy Stein checks from the big blind. 

The flop comes down     and Jukich leads out for 125,000. Stein calls. 

The turn is the   and Jukich leads again, this time betting 180,000. 

"Take it down boss," Stein says, folding his hand. 

With this pot, Jukich moves into the chip lead over Jeremy Stein.

Mike Jukich - 4,560,000 (38 bb)
Jeremy Stein - 4,060,000 (34 bb)

05/07/18 05:45:12 PM PST (about 14 days and 4 hours ago)
 
Level 32 Started
 
Level:32  Blinds:60,000/120,000  Ante:20,000
05/07/18 04:14:25 PM PST (about 14 days and 5 hours ago)
 
Dinner Break
 
Players are now on a one-hour dinner break and will return at approximately 8:15 p.m.
05/07/18 04:13:37 PM PST (about 14 days and 5 hours ago)
 
Pot For Mike Jukich
 

On the button, Jeremy Stein opens to 225,000. Mike Jukich calls from the big blind. 

The flop is     and Jukich checks, then calls a bet of 200,000 from Stein. 

Both players check on the   turn and the   river. Jukich shows    and that's enough to earn him the pot. 

Mike Jukich - 4,000,000 (40 bb)
Jeremy Stein - 4,700,000 (47 bb)

05/07/18 04:08:57 PM PST (about 14 days and 5 hours ago)
 
Jeremy Stein Takes Back From James St. Hilaire
 

Jeremy Stein limps in from the small blind and in the big blind, James St. Hilaire checks his option. 

Both players check on the     flop to see the   on the turn. Stein check while St. Hilaire puts out a bet of 125,000. Stein calls. 

The river is the   and Stein checks for a third time. St. Hilaire puts out a bet of 350,000 and Stein calls, showing    for two pair. St. Hilaire shows    having two pair as well, but it's not good and Stein takes down the pot. 

Jeremy Stein - 5,200,000 (52 bb)
James St. Hilaire - 1,400,000 (14 bb)

05/07/18 04:06:19 PM PST (about 14 days and 5 hours ago)
 
James St. Hilaire Trying to Chip Back Up
 

James St. Hilaire opens to 230,000 on the button and Jeremy Stein defends the big blind. 

Both players check on the     flop to see the   on the turn. There, Stein checks again, but folds to a bet of 350,000 from St. Hilaire. 

Jeremy Stein - 4,600,000 (46 bb)
James St. Hilaire - 1,900,000 (19 bb)

05/07/18 04:01:01 PM PST (about 14 days and 5 hours ago)
 
River Bet Gets Through For Mike Jukich
 

Mike Jukich limps in the from the small blind and Jeremy Stein checks his option from the big.  

The flop is     and both players check to see the   on the turn. The both check once more and it's the   on the river. There, Jukich leads out with a bet of 150,000 and it's enough to get through, allowing Jukich to take down the pot. 

Mike Jukich - 3,530,000 (35 bb)
Jeremy Stein - 4,800,000 (48 bb)

05/07/18 03:42:56 PM PST (about 14 days and 6 hours ago)
 
Mike Jukich Check-Raises the Flop
 

Jeremy Stein opens with a raise on the button. Mike Jukich calls from the big blind. 

The flop is     and Jukich checks to Stein. Stein bets 300,000. Jukich thinks for a bit, then check-raises to 925,000. Stein thinks for a bit then lets it got. 

Mike Jukich - 3,600,000 (36 bb)
Jeremy Stein - 4,900,000 (49 bb)

05/07/18 03:12:47 PM PST (about 14 days and 6 hours ago)
 
Level 31 Started
 
Level:31  Blinds:50,000/100,000  Ante:10,000
05/07/18 03:10:10 PM PST (about 14 days and 6 hours ago)
 
Jeremy Stein Climbing Back Up
 

Mike Jukich calls from the small blind and Jeremy Stein checks his option in the big blind. 

The flop is     and Jukich leads out with a bet of 80,000. Stein calls. 

Both players then check the   on the turn to see the   on the river. Jukich checks the river, then calls a bet of 225,000 from Stein. Stein shows    for a rivered straight. Jukich can only show    for a pair of sevens. It's no good so Stein takes down the pot and moves back to nearly 6,000,000. 

Jeremy Stein - 6,000,000 (75 bb)
Mike Jukich - 2,700,000 (34 bb)

05/07/18 03:09:50 PM PST (about 14 days and 6 hours ago)
 
James St. Hilaire Survives With a Chop
 

James St. Hilaire open shoves from the small blind and Mike Jukich calls from the big. 

Jukich:   
St. Hilaire:   

The board comes out       with the seven on the river saving St. Hilaire by giving both players two pair with a king kicker. 

James St. Hilaire - 2,000,000 (25 bb)
Mike Jukich - 3,160,000 (40 bb)

05/07/18 02:51:18 PM PST (about 14 days and 6 hours ago)
 
James St. Hilaire Doubles Back
 

From the button Jeremy Stein opens to 180,000. James St. Hilaire re-raises, moving all in from the small blind for 720,000. Stein calls. 

Stein:   
St. Hilaire:    

The flop comes       and St. Hilaire turns a pair of nines to earn him the pot and the double up. Stein remains the chip leader despite losing that pot. 

James St. Hilaire - 1,600,000 (20 bb)
Jeremy Stein - 4,800,000 (60 bb)

05/07/18 02:48:34 PM PST (about 14 days and 6 hours ago)
 
Mike Jukich Doubles Up
 

From the button, James St. Hilaire opens to 180,000. In the small blind Mike Jukich moves all in for 1,800,000. St. Hilaire calls after giving it some thought. 

St. Hilaire:   
Jukich:    

The board runs out       which is safe for Jukich the whole way and he earns a double up back over 3 million chips. 

Mike Jukich - 3,680,000 (46 bb)
James St. Hilaire - 805,000 (10 bb)

05/07/18 02:43:56 PM PST (about 14 days and 7 hours ago)
 
Straight Flush for James St. Hilaire
 

James St. Hilaire completes the small blind and Mike Jukich checks his option in the big blind. 

The flop comes    , St. Hilaire checks and Jukich bets 80,000. St. Hilaire calls.

Both players check the   on the turn. The river is the  , St. Hilaire checks, and Jukich bets 125,000. St. Hilaire check-raises to 750,000 and Jukich calls. 

St. Hilaire turns over    for a straight flush and Jukich mucks. 

James St. Hilaire - 2,725,000 (34 bb)
Mike Jukich - 1,800,000 (23 bb)

05/07/18 02:29:51 PM PST (about 14 days and 7 hours ago)
 
Monster Pot Goes to Jeremy Stein
 

From the button, Jeremy Stein opens to 180,000. James St. Hilaire re-raises, making it 525,000 from the small blind. Stein calls. 

The flop is     and St. Hilaire checks. Stein puts out a bet of 625,000 and St. Hilaire calls. 

On the   turn, St. Hilaire checks again. This time Stein fires 1,000,000. St. Hilaire tanks for a long while, then eventually decides to let it go. 

With that, Stein takes down the big pot and moves to right around 6,000,000 chips. 

Jeremy Stein - 6,000,000 (75 bb)
James St. Hilaire - 1,600,000 (20 bb)

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