08/10/18 05:10:49 PM PDT
According to Irene Carey, Mike Azzaro opened with a raise before the player to his left jammed all in for 43,000. Carey was next to act and he moved all in over the top for about 60,000. Action folded back around so it was on to a showdown.
The board bricked out and Carey's tens held up to take down the pot. With that, she's up to around 110,000 chips.
"That's my trouble hand," Carey explains talking about her two black tens.
Irene Carey - 110,000
08/10/18 04:59:49 PM PDT
Josh Reichard opens in lat position with a raise to 3,500 and next to act Kindah Sakkal moves all in for 23,400. Action folds back to Reichard who wastes no time calling.
The board runs out which provides some sweat for Sakkal as Reichard flops some straight outs, but he doesn't get there so Sakkal doubles to over 50,000.
Kinda Sakkal - 50,600
Josh Reichard - 47,000
08/10/18 04:54:17 PM PDT
|Level:||12 ||Blinds:||800/1,600 ||Ante:||200|
08/10/18 04:48:25 PM PDT
Irene Carey opens under the gun with a raise to 2,600. She finds two calls, one from a player in middle position and one from the big blind.
The flop is and all three players check to see the on the turn. There, action checks to Carey who puts out a bet of 2,100. Both of her opponents call.
On the river, Carey puts out a bet of 5,500. The middle position player calls while the big blind folds. Carey shows her but it's no good as her opponent is holding for a rivered straight to take down the pot.
Irene Carey - 65,000
08/10/18 04:30:44 PM PDT
A player in early position limps and then a middle position player goes all in. Scott Stewart is in the cutoff and he takes a look at his cards and then bet. He asks for a count and the dealer lets him know the all in bet in 26,000. Scott calls and action folds back to the limper, who folds too. Both players table their hands.
The board runs out . Scott has the better of the full houses and he is awarded the pot.
Scott Stewart - 100,000
08/10/18 04:29:04 PM PDT
Ryan Leng opens from middle position with a raise to 2,500 and action folds to the cutoff who calls.
The flop comes down and Leng leads out for 3,700. His opponent calls.
On the turn, Leng slows down and checks. His opponent makes it 5,000 and Leng calls.
Leng checks again on the river. The cutoff makes it 7,000 and Leng tanks for about a minute before he lets go of his hand, leaving him with just over half a starting stack.
Ryan Leng - 15,300
08/10/18 04:18:25 PM PDT
Robert Hankins opens on the button with a raise to 2,500 and both of the blinds call.
The flop is and action checks to Hankins who puts out a bet of 3,300. The small blind folds but the big blind check-raises, making it 13,000. Hankins thinks for a bit before re-raising, making it 33,300. The player in the big blind then moves all in for 59,500. Hankins drops into the tank.
"Alright," Hankins says. "Show me a flush draw."
Hankins calls and it's on to a showdown.
Hankins has a slew of outs to fade to take down the monster put and he does with the turn and the river. Hankins pair of threes holds up to move him over 100,000 chips.
Robert Hankins - 132,000
08/10/18 04:12:59 PM PDT
|Level:||11 ||Blinds:||600/1,200 ||Ante:||200|
08/10/18 03:57:28 PM PDT
Scott Davies opens on the button with a raise to 2,300. Jason Gooch was in the big blind.
"I can call you with these," Gooch says.
The flop is and both players check to see the on the turn. There, Gooch checks again. Davies puts out a bet of 2,300 and Gooch calls.
On the river, Gooch checks for a third time. Davies puts out 7,000 but this time Gooch releases and Davies takes down the small pot.
Scott Davies - 42,000
Jason Gooch - 25,200
08/10/18 03:51:48 PM PDT
A player in middle position raises to 2,100 and Will Berry three-bets to 6,500 from the button. Action folds back to the original raiser and he calls.
The flop comes and both players check. The turn is the and the middle position player bets 6,500. Berry calls and the river brings the . Berry's opponent bets enough to put Barry all in. Barry calls for his remaining 17,000.
Berry shows . His opponent shows a and mucks his hand.
Will Berry - 62,000
08/10/18 03:31:04 PM PDT
|Level:||10 ||Blinds:||500/1,000 ||Ante:||100|
08/10/18 02:30:57 PM PDT
Players are now on a 60-minute dinner break, they will return at roughly 6:30 p.m. local time.
08/10/18 02:24:18 PM PDT
Russ Head just was eliminated from the high roller for a min cash. He has just jumped into the Main Event and already built up a nice stack.
An early position player raises to 1,800 and Russ Head calls from middle position. The player in the cutoff, on the button and in the blinds call too.
The six players all check the flop. The comes on the turn and the small blind player moves all in for around 4,500. Action folds to Head and he calls. The cutoff and button player fold behind leaving Head heads up against the all in player. Both players table their hands.
Both players have straights, but Head's is the better of the two. The river brings the and Head wins the pot and scores the KO.
Russ Head - 73,000
08/10/18 02:23:49 PM PDT
After a player limps in middle position, Jonathan Hilton raises to 2,800 from late position.
The flop comes down and the player checks over to Hilton who puts out a bet of 2,200. The player check-raises, putting Hilton all in for right around 25,000 and Hilton snap calls.
Hilton is in a good position with his king-high leading and his flush draw killing some of his opponents out, but the turn is the putting the other player into the lead. Luckily for Hilton, the river is hte and that gives him the flush, allowing him to double up to over 50,000 chips.
Jonathan Hilton - 57,000
08/10/18 02:02:50 PM PDT
A player limps in from under the gun and action folds to the hijack seat where Allen Kessler raises, making it 2,700. The under the gun player calls.
The flop is and the player checks over to Kessler. Kessler makes it 3,000 and the player check-shoves all in for just over 10,000. Kessler calls quickly.
The turn was safe for Kessler when the dropped but the hit the river filling in his opponents straight. That would allow the player to double up and left Kessler with just under 10,000 chips.
"As soon as you started writing I knew it was coming," Kessler said after the hand, bemoaning his fate.
Allen Kessler - 9,800
08/10/18 01:56:50 PM PDT
|Level:||9 ||Blinds:||400/800 ||Ante:||100|
08/10/18 01:56:31 PM PDT
Kindah Sakkal moves all in for 8,725 from the button and the player in the big blind calls. Both players table their hands.
The flop comes and Sakkal flops a flush draw and a straight draw. The turn is the giving Sakkal a pair and the lead in the hand. The river is safe for Sakkal and she staves off elimination and doubles up.
Kindah Sakkal - 18,200
08/10/18 01:39:15 PM PDT
The player in the cutoff raises to 1,700 and Vincent Moscati three-bets to 5,300 from the small blind. The player in the big blind folds and the cutoff player moves all-in for 21,000. Moscati doesn't waste anytime putting in calling chips. Both hands are tabled.
The board runs out and Moscati's pocket tens hold to win the pot. Moscati has his opponent slightly covered.
Vincent Moscati - 47,000
08/10/18 01:35:38 PM PDT
Maurice Hawkins moves all in from under the gun for 5,650 and Ryan Phan calls from middle position. Everyone remaining folds and the two players table their hands.
The board runs out . Hawkins hits an ace on the turn to survive and double up.
Maurice Hawkins - 13,000
Ryan Phan - 85,000
08/10/18 01:33:53 PM PDT
Jeffrey Trudeau kicks off the action with a raise to 1,500 and action folds to middle position where another player raises, three-betting to 4,000. Action folds to Jett Schenker who four-bets, making it 10,500. Action folds back to Trudeau and he five-bet jams for 24,625. The player in middle position moves all in over the top and Schenker folds quickly.
The flop ss just what Trudeau needed when it comes giving him the best pair and the lead. He holds on through the turn and the river and he earns a full double up with a little change on top.
Jeffrey Trudeau - 53,000
Jett Schenker - 23,000