12/12/17 01:39:19 PM PST (about 35 days and 22 hours ago)
Jordyn Miller Shows the Bluff
Aaron Frei raises to 60,000 from the button and Jordyn Miller calls form the big blind.
The flop is and Miller checks. Frei continues for 40,000 and Miller calls.
The comes on the turn, and Miller now leads out for 120,000. Frei thinks for a minute, then calls.
The falls on the river. Miller tanks for about four minutes, then bets 260,000. Frei now thinks for about three minutes, then sends his cards to the muck.
As the dealer pushes the pot, Miller turns over .
Jordyn Miller - 900,000
Aaron Frei - 950,000
12/12/17 01:35:44 PM PST (about 35 days and 22 hours ago)
Mike Eskandari Doubles Through Tony Thanh Phan
Tony Thanh Phan raises to 100,000 from the button. The small blind folds, and action is on Mike Eskandari in the big blind. He tanks for about three minutes, then moves all in. Phan calls immediately.
Eskandari is in a dominant position with his pocket aces. And the board rolls out , giving Eskandari the pot. The dealer counts down the stacks. Eskandari was the at-risk player. He was all in for 810,000, and he doubles up.
Mike Eskandari - 1,665,000
Tony Thanh Phan - 300,000
12/12/17 01:27:09 PM PST (about 35 days and 22 hours ago)
Peter Lipton Eliminated in 13th Place ($12,935)
Peter Lipton moves all in from under the gun for 415,000 and Edward Liu calls from the cutoff. It's another race with Liu showing and Lipton tabling .
The board runs out and Lipton stares at the board for a few extra seconds, making sure he lost the pot.
"No flush, right?" asks Lipton.
The table confirms that Lipton can't beat Liu's pair and Lipton gets up to go collect his 13th place money. He wishes everybody luck and heads off to go get his $12,935.
Edward Liu - 1,790,000 (59 bb)
Peter Lipton - Eliminated
12/12/17 01:20:01 PM PST (about 35 days and 22 hours ago)
Michael Hauptman Eliminated in 14th Place ($12,935)
Kelly Minkin raises to 70,000 from under the gun and Edward Liu calls from middle position. Brendan Baksh calls from the hijack and Michael Hauptman moves all in for about 530,000. Minkin and Liu fold. Baksh calls.
It's a classic race situation with Baksh's up against Hauptman's .
The flop comes , keeping Baksh in the lead. The turn is the and the river is the . Baksh's pair wins the flip and Hauptman is eliminated in 14th place. He earns $12,935 for his efforts. Baksh takes over the chip lead with the pot.
Brendan Baksh - 2,450,000 (82 bb)
Michael Hauptman - Eliminated
12/12/17 01:16:04 PM PST (about 35 days and 22 hours ago)
Tuan Phan Draws First Blood
Tuan Phan raises to 70,000 from early position, and the only caller is Jordyn Miller in the big blind.
The flop is and both players check. Miller checks again when the falls on the turn, and Phan bets 75,000. Miller quickly calls.
The completes the board on the river and Miller checks a third time. Phan continues for 220,000. Miller thinks a few moments, then lets out a low "Wow," under his breath. He goes deep into the tank. After about five minutes, another player at the table calls the clock. The floor gives Miller 30 seconds to act. With ten seconds remaining, the floor starts a countdown, and at "eight," Miller releases his cards.
Tuan Phan - 740,000
Jordyn Miller - 750,000
12/12/17 01:03:50 PM PST (about 35 days and 23 hours ago)
Shuffle Up and Deal!
Cards are in the air and Day 3 is officially underway.
12/12/17 01:03:23 PM PST (about 35 days and 23 hours ago)
Level 26 Started
|Level:||26 ||Blinds:||15,000/30,000 ||Ante:||5,000|12/12/17 08:44:39 AM PST (about 35 days and 3 hours ago)
Kelly Minkin Leads Final 14 Players into Day 3
Kelly Minkin Starts Day 3 with the Chip Lead
Welcome to the final day of the Circuit Main Event at the Bike!
Kelly Minkin leads the final 14 players as Day 3 begins. She has 2,405,000 in chips. Brendan Baksh is in second place with 1,925,000, and Tony Thanh Phan is third with 1,205,000. (Click here for full start-of-day chip counts.)
Each of the remaining players is guaranteed a payout of at least $12,935, and the eventual winner will earn $211,220.
Play resumes at 1 p.m. at Level 16, with blinds at 15,000/30,000 and a 5,000 ante, will continue until the latest WSOP Circuit Main Event champion has been crowned.