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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 02:13:17 PM PDT
 
Level 30 Started
 
Level:30  Blinds:40,000/80,000  Ante:10,000
05/07/18 01:59:06 PM PDT
 
Break Time
 
The final 3 players are on a 15-minute break.
05/07/18 01:58:30 PM PDT
 
Mike Jukich and James St. Hilaire Swap Spots in the Chip Counts
 

Mike Jukich limps in on the button and James St. Hilaire checks his option from the big blind. 

The flop is     and St. Hilaire checks to Jukich who bets 65,000. St. Hilaire calls. 

The turn is the   and St. Hilaire checks again. Jukich bets 170,000 and St. Hilaire calls. 

On the   river, St. Hilaire check-calls for a third time, this time a bet of 400,000 from Jukich. Jukich shows down his    and that's enough to earn him the pot as St. Hilaire mucks. 

The two swap places in the chip counts after exchanging that pot. 

Mike Jukich - 3,600,000 (60 bb)
James St. Hilaire - 2,800,000 (47 bb)

05/07/18 01:40:39 PM PDT
 
Mike Jukich Falls Below 3 Million
 

James St. Hilaire opens to 125,000 on the button Mike Jukich calls from the small blind. 

The flop is     which prompts a check from both players. The turn is the   and Jukich checks a second time. St. Hilaire bets 100,000 and Jukich calls. 

On the   river, Jukich checks and this time, he folds to a bet of 400,000 from St. Hilaire. With that, Jukich drops below 3 million while St. Hilaire picks up the pot and moves to roughly 3,500,000. 

James St. Hilaire - 3,500,000 (58 bb)
Mike Jukich - 2,800,000 (47 bb)

05/07/18 01:29:35 PM PDT
 
Jeremy Stein Takes Some Back
 

From the button, Jeremy Stein opens to 135,000. Mike Jukich calls from the big blind. 

The flop comes down     and Jukich checks to Stein who bets 100,000. Jukich calls. 

On the   turn, Jukich checks a second time. Stein bets a second time, making it 225,000. Jukich calls again. 

The river is the   and Jukich checks again. Stein puts out 500,000 and Jukich folds his hand. Stein takes down the pot without a showdown and recovers some chips. 

Jeremy Stein - 3,800,000 (63 bb)
Mike Jukich - 3,000,000 (50 bb)

05/07/18 01:18:56 PM PDT
 
James St. Hilaire With a Big River Bet
 

James St. Hilaire opens with a raise and Jeremy Stein defends from the big blind. 

The flop is     and both players check to see the   on the turn. There, Stein checks, then calls a bet of 75,000 from St. Hilaire. 

The river is the   and St. Hilaire puts out a big bet of 675,000. 

"I don't like the sizing," Stein says after thinking for a bit. He lets his hand go and St. Hilaire takes down another pot. 

James St. Hilaire - 3,650,000 (61 bb)
Jeremy Stein - 3,200,000 (53 bb)

05/07/18 01:15:08 PM PDT
 
One for James St. Hilaire
 

From the button, Mike Jukich opens to 125,000. Jeremy Stein calls from the small blind and James St. Hilaire calls from the big blind. 

The flop is     and both players checks to Jukich who bets 165,000. He finds two callers. 

On the   turn, all three players check to see the   river. There, Stein checks. St. Hilaire puts out a bet of 275,000 and both of his opponents release. That earns him the pot and chips him up to 3,400,000.

James St. Hilaire - 3,400,000 (57 bb)
Mike Jukich - 3,150,000 (53 bb)
Jeremy Stein - 3,500,000 (58 bb)

05/07/18 01:05:59 PM PDT
 
Kyle Adams Eliminated in 4th Place ($55,396)
 


Kyle Adams 

From the button, Kyle Adams raises, making it 140,000. Action folds to the big blind where Jeremy Stein three-bets to 450,000. Action is back on Adams who thinks for a bit before moving all in. Stein snap calls. 

Kyle Adams:   
Jeremy Stein:   

The board runs clean for Stein when it comes      . That spells the end for Adams who locks up $55,396 for his run in the Main Event. Stein takes down the pot and moves to nearly 4 million chips. 

Players are now on a short bathroom break. 

Jeremy Stein - 3,785,000 (63 bb)
Kyle Adams - Eliminated

05/07/18 12:48:17 PM PDT
 
Level 29 Started
 
Level:29  Blinds:30,000/60,000  Ante:10,000
05/07/18 12:40:24 PM PDT
 
Chris Conrad Eliminated in 5th Place ($41,661)
 


Chris Conrad 

Jeremy Stein shoves from the small blind and Chris Conrad calls all in from the big blind. 

Conrad tables    and needs to improve against Stein's   

The board comes       and Stein flops an ace to eliminate Conrad in fifth place ($41,661)

Jeremy Stein - 2,800,000 (56 bb)
Chris Conrad - Eliminated

05/07/18 12:37:29 PM PDT
 
James St. Hilaire vs Jeremy Stein
 

Jeremy Stein opens to 115,000 on the button and James St. Hilaire defends his big blind. 

The flop comes    , St. Hilaire checks and Stein bets 75,000. St. Hilaire calls.

Both players check the   on the turn. The river brings the  , St. Hilaire bets 150,000 and says "Just in case you have ace high". 

Stein goes "There are a couple of ways to interpret that" as he puts his cards in the muck.

James St. Hilaire - 3,275,000 (66 bb)
Jeremy Stein - 2,525,000 (51 bb)

05/07/18 12:28:17 PM PDT
 
Chris Caruso Eliminated in 6th Place ($31,780)
 


Chris Caruso

From the hijack seat, Chris Caruso moves all in for 370,000. Action folds to the button where James St. Hilaire calls. 

Caruso:   
St. Hilaire:    

The board comes down       and that makes a pair of jacks for St. Hilaire who takes down the pot. Caruso hits the rail in 6th place and collects $31,780 for his finish in the Main Event. 

James St. Hilaire - 3,000,000 (60 bb)
Chris Caruso - Eliminated

05/07/18 12:17:16 PM PDT
 
Chris Caruso Sliding
 

From the button, Mike Jukich opens to 110,000. Chris Caruso defends his big blind with a call. 

The flop is     and Caruso checks, then calls a bet of 125,000 from Jukich. 

On the   turn, Caruso decides to lead out, betting 250,000. Jukich just calls. 

The river is the   and Caruso puts out a small bet, making it 150,000. Jukich thinks for a moment, then decides to raise, making it 400,000. Caruso thinks for a bit, then folds, leaving himself with just about 400,000 chips. 

Mike Jukich - 2,900,000 (58 bb)
Chris Caruso - 400,000 (8 bb)

05/07/18 12:12:55 PM PDT
 
Kyle Adams Earns a Double
 

From the cutoff, James St. Hilaire opens with a raise to 115,000. Next to act is Kyle Adams on the button and he moves all in for 605,000. Action folds back to St. Hilaire.

"I always have it," St. Hilaire says before calling.

Adams:   
St. Hilaire:    

The board comes       and that gives St. Hilaire a pair of jacks, but unfortunately for him, it's not good. Adam's overpair to the board holds and he earns a double back to over a million chips. 

"I never told you this," Kyle Adams says. "But I always have it as well."

Kyle Adams - 1,300,000 (26 bb)
James St. Hilaire - 2,550,000 (51 bb) 

05/07/18 12:07:10 PM PDT
 
Jeremy Stein and James St. Hilaire Tangle
 

Jeremy Stein raises to 115,000 from the hijack. Jame St. Hilaire calls from the big blind. 

The flop is     and St. Hilaire checks over to Stein who bets 75,000. St. Hilaire calls. 

On the   turn, St. Hilaire check-calls another bet, this time for 200,000 from Stein. 

The river is the   and St. Hilaire checks for a third time. Stein bets 475,000. St. Hilaire tanks for a bit, then eventually decides to let it go, awarding the pot to Stein. 

Jeremy Stein - 2,800,000 (56 bb)
James St. Hilaire - 3,050,000 (61 bb)

05/07/18 11:58:17 AM PDT
 
James St. Hilaire Assumes the Chip Lead
 

From the hijack seat, James St. Hilaire opens with a raise to 115,000. Action folds to the big blind where Chris Caruso defends.

The flop is     and Caruso checks. St. Hilaire bets 115,000 again and Caruso calls. 

On the   turn, Caruso checks and St. Hilarie bets again. He makes it 225,000 this time and Caruso folds, allowing St. Hilaire to take down the pot and assume the chip lead. 

James St. Hilaire - 3,500,000 (70 bb)
Chris Caruso - 1,000,000 (20 bb)

05/07/18 11:56:23 AM PDT
 
Level 28 Started
 
Level:28  Blinds:25,000/50,000  Ante:5,000
05/07/18 11:36:16 AM PDT
 
Break Time
 
Players are currently on their first fifteen minute break of the day.
05/07/18 11:29:13 AM PDT
 
Kyle Jensen Eliminated in 7th Place ($24,586)
 


Kyle Jensen 

From the button, Kyle Jensen moves all in for 325,000. Action folds to the big blind where Chris Caruso calls. 

Jensen:   
Caruso:   

The board runs out       and Caruso makes a pair of eights to secure the pot. Jensen hits the rail in 7th place and collects $24,586 for his run in the Main Event. 

Chris Caruso - 1,600,000 (40 bb)
Kyle Jensen - Eliminated

05/07/18 11:22:14 AM PDT
 
Paul Fisher Eliminated in 8th Place ($19,291)
 


Paul Fisher 

James St. Hilaire opens to 90,000 from under the gun and Paul Fisher moves all in for around 400,000 from late position. St. Hilaire calls.

Fisher tables    and appears to be in great shape against St. Hilaire's   

The board runs out       and St. Hilaire spikes a jack on the flop to eliminate Fisher in eighth place ($19,291)

James St. Hilaire - 2,250,000 (56 bb)
Paul Fisher - Eliminated

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