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2015 46th Annual World Series of Poker

Monday, July 04, 2016 to Tuesday, July 05, 2016

Event #58: $1,000 No-Limit Hold'em (30-minute levels)

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  • Buy-in: $1,000
  • Prizepool: $1,257,300
  • Entries: 1,397
  • Remaining: 0
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Tuesday, July 5, 2016 1:10 PM Local Time

Christopher Bogdanski Eliminated in 21st Place

Christopher Bogdanski goes all in for 43,000 in late position and William Liang raises to 80,000 on the button. The blinds fold and Bogdanski is at risk.


The board runs out       and Bogdanski is eliminated. 

William Liang - 320,000 (20 bb)
Christopher Bogdanski - Eliminated

Tuesday, July 5, 2016 1:09 PM Local Time

Yun Fan opens to 32,000, and next to him, Gualter Salles moves all in for 113,000. When the action is back on Fan, he asks for a count, and thinks for a while.

He asks, "You want me to call, sir?" Eventually, he slides his hand to the muck, and the pot is awarded to Salles.

Gualter Salles - 215,000 (13 bb)
Yun Fan - 260,000 (16 bb)

Tuesday, July 5, 2016 1:05 PM Local Time

Matthew Chang goes all in for 55,000 in the cutoff and Jeremy Pierson re-raises on the button. The blinds fold and Pierson has Chang at risk.


The board comes       and Chang gets the double-up.

Matthew Chang - 142,000 (8 bb)
Jeremy Pierson - 190,000 (11 bb)

Tuesday, July 5, 2016 1:03 PM Local Time

Alexandr Orlov moves all in for 28,000 from under the gun before Ankit Ahuja shoves over the top for 214,000. Nikolay Mantsurov calls from the big blind and the players table their cards. 


The board runs out      , and Ahuja rivers a flush to win a big pot and eliminate Orlov.

Ankit Ahuja - 478,000
Nikolay Mantsurov - 125,000
Alexandr Orlov - Eliminated in 22nd place

Tuesday, July 5, 2016 12:57 PM Local Time

Ryan Riess

Ryan Riess moves all in from middle position for around 65,000, and action folds to big blind Ryan Leng, who first looks at one card, and says, "That one looks good." When he sees the other, he instantly calls, and the hands are tabled.


The board brings      , and Leng's two pair eliminate the 2013 WSOP's Main Event winner, Ryan Riess.

Ryan Leng - 664,000 (41 bb)
Ryan Riess - Eliminated in 23th place ($6,651)

Tuesday, July 5, 2016 12:56 PM Local Time

Marc MacDonnell Eliminated in 24th Place

Ryan Pochedly opens to 35,000 in early position, Patrick Clarke raises to 82,000 in the cutoff, and Marc MacDonnell goes all in for 13,000 on the button. Pochedly folds and Clarke has MacDonnell at risk. 


The board runs out       and MacDonnell is eliminated.

Patrick Clarke - 575,000 (35 bb)
Marc MacDonnell - Eliminated

Tuesday, July 5, 2016 12:55 PM Local Time

Patrick Clarke goes all in for 236,000 on the button and Marc MacDonnell calls in the small blind. 


The board runs out       and Clarke doubles up, leaving MacDonnell with only 15,000 chips.

Patrick Clarke - 495,000 (30 bb)
Marc MacDonnell - 15,000 (<1 bb)

Tuesday, July 5, 2016 12:52 PM Local Time

Fatima Moreira de Melo

Fatima Moreira de Melo slides her 105,000 in chips forward from middle position. In the big blind sits Ryan Riess, and he asks for a count, then calls.

Moreira de Melo:   

Moreira de Melo stys ahead through a board of      , and she scores a double.

Fatima Moreira de Melo - 235,000 (14 bb)
Ryan Riess - 75,000 (4 bb)

Tuesday, July 5, 2016 12:46 PM Local Time

Marc MacDonnell goes all in on the button and Jeremy Pierson thinks for over a minute, then finally calls for less.


The board runs out       and Pierson gets the double-up. 

Jeremy Pierson - 260,000 (21 bb)
Marc MacDonnell - 238,000 (19 bb)

Tuesday, July 5, 2016 12:44 PM Local Time
Level:22  Blinds:8,000/16,000  Ante:2,000
Tuesday, July 5, 2016 12:43 PM Local Time

Enrico Rudelitz raises to 26,000 from the hijack before Nghia Tran moves all in for just over 100,000 from the cutoff. Rudelitz calls. 


The board runs out      . Tran fails to improve and hits the rail in 25th place. 

Enrico Rudelitz - 1,060,000 (88 bb)
Nghia Tran - Eliminated in 25th place

Tuesday, July 5, 2016 12:42 PM Local Time

Brett Robinson moves all in from the cutoff for 115,000, and Ryan Riess then shoves as well from the button, for around 300,000. The other players fold.


The board comes      , and Robinson pairs up on the river, doubling through Riess.

Brett Robinson - 264,000 (22 bb)
Ryan Riess - 184,000 (15 bb)

Tuesday, July 5, 2016 12:42 PM Local Time

Tim McCormick raises to 40,000 in early position and Ryan Pochedly re-raises from the small blind. McCormick calls for his remaining 12,000 and they table their cards.


The board runs out       and McCormick doubles up.

Tim McCormick - 138,000 (11 bb)
Ryan Pochedly - 315,000 (26 bb)

Tuesday, July 5, 2016 12:37 PM Local Time

Jordan Young

Action is folded to cutoff Jordan Young, and he shoves all in for 88,000. Fatima Moreira de Melo has the small blind, and she calls, with around 140,000 behind. Big blind Ryan Leng calls too, and he has both Young and Moreira de Melo well covered.

The flop comes    , and Moreira de Melo checks to Leng, who moves all in, effetively for 140,000. Moreira de Melo folds, and Young and Leng table their hands.


The turn is the  , and Leng makes a straight. The river is the  , and Young is eliminated.

Ryan Leng  - 580,000 (48 bb)
Jordan Young - Eliminated in 26th place ($6,651)

Tuesday, July 5, 2016 12:26 PM Local Time

Ryan Riess

Ryan Riess moves all in from the button for 129,000. Jordan Young quickly calls from the big blind, putting Riess at risk.


Riess hits a jack on a board of      , and he doubles up to 283,000. Young is left with 90,000.

Ryan Riess - 283,000 (23 bb)
Jordan Young - 90,000 (7 bb)

Tuesday, July 5, 2016 12:25 PM Local Time

26 players remain and have been assigned to the three feature tables.

Table 1 (Main Stage):

Seat 1: Corey Thompson - 114,000
Seat 2: Enrico Rudelitz - 900,000
Seat 3: Nghia Tran - 121,000
Seat 4: Mikhail Petrov - 600,000
Seat 5: Ankit Ahuja - 143,000
Seat 6: empty
Seat 7: Ben Reinhart - 500,000
Seat 8: Nikolay Mantsurov - 600,000
Seat 9: Alexandr Orlov - 130,000

Table 2:

Seat 1: Gualter Salles - 150,000
Seat 2: Brett Robinson - 125,000
Seat 3: Ryan Riess - 145,000
Seat 4: Martin Kozlov - 250,000
Seat 5: Jordan Young - 240,000
Seat 6: Matthew Chang - 130,000
Seat 7: Fatima Moreira de Melo - 240,000
Seat 8: Ryan Leng - 375,000
Seat 9: Yun Fan - 115,000

Table 3:

Seat 1: Christopher Bogdanski - 66,000
Seat 2: Ryan Pochedly - 386,000
Seat 3: William Liang - 485,000
Seat 4: Daryl Jace - 174,000
Seat 5: Tim McCormick - 56,000
Seat 6: Patrick Clarke - 290,000
Seat 7: Marc MacDonnell - 404,000
Seat 8: Matthew Chang - 92,000
Seat 9: Jeremy Pierson - 98,000

Tuesday, July 5, 2016 12:10 PM Local Time

Gualter Salles opens to 28,000, and next to him, Martin Kozlov moves all in for 83,000. Goran Mandic then calls all in, for around 70,000. After some deliberation, Salles calls as well, creating a three-way showdown.


The board runs out      , and Kozlov pairs up his ace to make the best hand. Mandic is eliminated, while Salles loses 83,000.

Gualter Salles - 150,000 (12 bb)
Martin Kozlov - 250,000 (20 bb)
Goran Mandic - Eliminated in 27th place ($6,651)

Tuesday, July 5, 2016 12:09 PM Local Time

Patrick Clarke goes all in for 175,000 in early position and Derek Su commits his remaining 80,000. They are heads up with Su at risk.


The board runs out       and Clarke eliminates Su with a full house. 

Patrick Clarke - 290,000 (24 bb)
Derek Su - Eliminated

Tuesday, July 5, 2016 12:00 PM Local Time
Level:21  Blinds:6,000/12,000  Ante:2,000
Tuesday, July 5, 2016 3:40 AM Local Time

2013 Main Event Champion Ryan Riess

Welcome to Day 2 coverage of Event #58: $1,000 No-Limit Hold'em (30-minute levels).

The starting field of 1,397 players is down to just 28 survivors, each looking to outlast the field and capture a coveted World Series of Poker bracelet along with the first-place prize of $221,163. On top of the chip counts entering Day 2 is Enrico Rudelitz, with 904,000. 

In the late stages of Day 1, Rudelitz picked up pocket kings and caught an opponent making a move with a suited connector, vaulting up the leaderboard as a result. Rounding out the top five are Mikhail Petrov (604,000), William Liang (602,000), Nikolay Mantsurov (601,000), and Ben Reinhart (501,000). Others still in the field include Olympic Gold Medalist Fatima Moreira de Melo (270,000) and 2013 Main Event champion Ryan Riess (164,000).

Action in Event #58 resumes at noon and will continue until a winner emerges.