Monday, April 8, 2019 2:14 PM Local Time
Blair Hinkle opens to 80,000 on the button. Nick Burris calls in the small blind.
The flop comes . Burris checks. Hinkle bets 65,000. Burris calls.
Both players check the turn, bringing the river. Burris bets 125,000. Hinkle flips in a call and Burris instantly flips over .
"God damn, man," says Hinkle, who just lost to Burris in the previous hand. Hinkle mucks. Burris chips up over three million.
Nick Burris - 3,160,000 (63 bbs)
Blair Hinkle - 1,415,000 (28 bbs)
The next hand is underway. Nick Burris gets things going this time with a raise to 150,000. Kevin Berthelsen defends his big blind with a call.
The first three cards lay out . It goes check-check and the turn is the . Berthelsen bets 100,000. Burris flats, prompting the river.
Burris leads out this street, betting 250,000. Berthelsen folds.
Nick Burris - 3,310,000 (66 bbs)
Kevin Berthelsen - 2,600,000 (52 bbs)
Monday, April 8, 2019 2:05 PM Local Time
|Level:||27 ||Blinds:||25,000/50,000 ||Ante:||5,000|
Monday, April 8, 2019 2:04 PM Local Time Sarah Zeluf
Sarah Zeluf raises to 85,000 from under the gun. Nick Burris calls in the small blind and Greg Jennings calls in the big blind.
The flop comes and action checks to Zeluf. She bets 110,000. Both Burris and Jennings call. The turn is the and action checks around. The river brings the and Burris leads for 325,000. Jennings folds and Zeluf moves all in for around 450,000. Burris quickly calls and both hands are tabled.
Burris has the best hand with fives full of tens. He is awarded the pot and Zeluf is eliminated from the tournament.
Nick Burris - 2,715,000 (67 bbs)
Sarah Zeluf - Eliminated in 5th Place ($24,630)
Monday, April 8, 2019 1:59 PM Local Time
Sarah Zeluf raises to 90,000 from the cutoff. Blair Hinkle calls in the small blind and Nick Burris calls in the big blind.
The flop comes and all three players check. The turn is the and Hinkle checks. Burris bets 100,000 and Zeluf folds. Action is back on Hinkle and he raises to 375,000. Burris quickly folds and the pot is pushed to Hinkle.
Blair Hinkle - 1,800,000 (45 bbs)
Nick Burris - 1,860,000 (46 bbs)
Monday, April 8, 2019 1:34 PM Local Time Ari Engel
Ari Engel moves all in for around 700,000 from the small blind and Kevin Berthelsen calls in the big blind. Both hands are tabled.
The flop comes and brings no help to Engel. The turn is the and Engel picks up some extra outs to the straight. The river is the . Berthelsen wins the pot and eliminates the nine-time WSOP Circuit ring winner from the tournament.
"Good luck, everyone," says Engel as he heads to the payout desk.
Kevin Berthelsen - 2,825,000 (70 bbs)
Ari Engel - Eliminated in 6th Place ($18,769)
Monday, April 8, 2019 1:17 PM Local Time
Nick Burris is off to a good Day 3 start. He has won couple of the first few pots. First, he three-bet Blair Hinkle from the small blind and took the pot down to get things started.
Now, Burris raises to 90,000 from the hijack and Kevin Berthelsen calls from the big blind. The flop comes and both players check. The turn is the and Berthelsen checks. Burris bets 100,000 and Berthelsen calls. The river brings the and Berthelsen checks again. Burris bets 250,000 and Berthelsen folds.
Nick Burris - 2,175,000 (54 bbs)
Kevin Berthelsen - 2,250,000 (56 bbs)
Monday, April 8, 2019 1:02 PM Local Time
|Level:||26 ||Blinds:||20,000/40,000 ||Ante:||5,000|
Monday, April 8, 2019 1:01 PM Local Time
Day 3 of the Horseshoe Council Bluffs Circuit Main Event is just about to get underway with six players remaining.
Here is a look at the start of day chip counts:
Seat 1: Ari Engel – 860,000
Seat 2: Kevin Berthelsen – 2,350,000
Seat 3: Blair Hinkle – 1,045,000
Seat 4: Nick Burris – 1,790,000
Seat 5: Greg Jennings – 1,355,000
Seat 6: Sarah Zeluf – 765,000
Here is what they are playing for:
1st: $99,267 + Circuit ring + Entry to 2019 Global Casino Championship
Get caught up with the Day 2 recap