06/06/18 04:21:33 PM PDT
The four remaining players are now on a 15-minute break.
06/06/18 04:16:14 PM PDT
Elezra Takes Last Hand of the Level
While Kyle Miaso chopped hands with Eli Elezra and Paul Volpe, the final hand of the level would end in a scoop for Elezra.
Elezra limped in and Volpe called from the small blind, Miaso checked in the big blind. Volpe bet the flop and Miaso called, Elezra raised and both opponents called. The turn and the river ended up checked all around and Elezra tabled for a set of kings as winning hand.
|Paul Volpe||3,150,000||-650,000 |
|Kyle Miaso||2,625,000||-75,000 |
|Eli Elezra||2,025,000||225,000 |
|Adam Coats||650,000||-150,000 |
06/06/18 04:13:06 PM PDT
Miaso and Coats Take One Down
Kyle Miaso raised and Eli Elezra made it three bets in a battle of the blinds, which Miaso called. The flop fell and Miaso checked before calling a bet by Miaso. The turn and river were checked down and Miaso announced an ace-then showed the , which won the pot.
One hand later, Paul Volpe raised first to act and Adam Coats called in the big blind. The flop fell and Coats check-called a bet. The turn went check, check, and the river triggered a bet by Coats. Volpe gave it some thought and folded.
|Paul Volpe||3,600,000||-620,000 |
|Kyle Miaso||2,600,000||970,000 |
|Eli Elezra||1,800,000||-150,000 |
|Adam Coats||800,000||225,000 |
06/06/18 04:06:03 PM PDT
Miaso's Boat Is Best
Action folded around to the blinds, Paul Volpe raised from the small, and Kyle Miaso called from the big.
The flop came , Volpe bet, and Miaso called.
The turn brought the and both players checked.
The fell on the river and Volpe checked. Miaso bet, Volpe called, Miaso showed for eights full of jacks, Volpe mucked, and Miaso took the pot.
|Paul Volpe||4,220,000||-80,000 |
|Kyle Miaso||1,630,000||105,000 |
06/06/18 04:01:04 PM PDT
Volpe Chips Up Further
Eli Elezra limped in from the small blind and Adam Coats checked. On the flop, Elezra checked and folded to a bet by Coats.
The next hand it was Coats that limped and Volpe checked. The flop fell and Coats bet, Volpe called. After the turn, Coats checked and folded to a bet.
Elezra raised first to act and picked up calls by Volpe in the small blind and Miaso in the big blind. The three-way flop of flop was checked through. Volpe bet the turn and both opponents folded.
|Paul Volpe||4,300,000||500,000 |
|Eli Elezra||1,950,000||50,000 |
|Kyle Miaso||1,525,000||-375,000 |
|Adam Coats||575,000||-25,000 |
06/06/18 03:53:09 PM PDT
Elezra Scoops Coats
Adam Coats raised from under the gun and Eli Elezra called from the big blind.
The flop came and Elezra checked. Coats bet and Elezra called.
The turn brought the and both players checked.
The fell on the river and Elezra bet. Coats called and Elezra tabled for a baby flush and the nut low. Coats mucked and Elezra took the pot.
|Eli Elezra||1,900,000||0 |
|Adam Coats||600,000||-250,000 |
06/06/18 03:46:59 PM PDT
Miaso Chips Up With a Royal Flush
Paul Volpe raised in the small blind and Kyle Miaso called in the big blind. Volpe bet the flop and Miaso called before doing so again on the turn. Volpe checked the river and called a bet by Miaso to get shown for a full house, taking the low with an ace-five.
One hand later, Adam Coats raised first to act and Miaso three-bet out of the small blind, Coats called. On the flop, Miaso bet and Coats called before the turn brought a check from Miaso, a bet by Coats and a call. The fell on the river and Miaso bet, Coats folded.
"I have a royal flush," Miaso said and showed the cards to the rail. "You gotta show that one," Eli Elezra said and indeed Miaso flashed the for the royal flush.
|Paul Volpe||3,800,000||-280,000 |
|Kyle Miaso||1,900,000||500,000 |
|Eli Elezra||1,900,000||-50,000 |
|Adam Coats||850,000||-330,000 |
06/06/18 03:37:14 PM PDT
Volpe's Trips Are Good
Paul Volpe raised from under the gun, Eli Elezra three-bet from the small blind, and Volpe called.
The flop came and Elezra bet. Volpe called.
The turn brought the and both players checked.
The fell on the river and Elezra checked. Volpe bet, Elezra called, and Volpe tabled for trip eights to scoop the pot.
|Paul Volpe||4,080,000||280,000 |
|Eli Elezra||1,950,000||-210,000 |
06/06/18 03:32:29 PM PDT
Volpe Takes From Elezra to Increase Lead
Kyle Miaso raised on the button and Eli Elezra called in the small blind to see a flop of , which both players checked. On the turn no betting took place either and the river paired the board. Elezra checked and Miaso bet to force a fold.
Elezra then raised on the button and Paul Volpe three-bet out of the big blind, Elezra called. On the flop, Volpe bet and was called before betting again the turn and river. Elezra called both bets to get shown by Volpe, which ended up scooping the entire pot.
|Paul Volpe||3,800,000||480,000 |
|Eli Elezra||2,160,000||-990,000 |
|Kyle Miaso||1,400,000||150,000 |
06/06/18 03:31:19 PM PDT
WSOP Online Champ William Reymond Brings a Bracelet to France (and Texas)
William 'Twooopair' Reymond won the first of four World Series of Poker online events this summer, so he certainly takes the spotlight of our 888 Poker Online Update.
06/06/18 03:19:36 PM PDT
Level 28 started
06/06/18 03:19:01 PM PDT
Volpe vs. Coats
Adam Coats raised from the button, Paul Volpe called from the small blind, and Kyle Miaso called from the big blind.
The flop came and Volpe bet. Miaso folded and Coats called.
The turn brought the and Volpe bet. Coats raised, Volpe three-bet, and Coats called.
The fell on the river, Volpe bet, and Coats called. Volpe tabled for a nine-high straight and the nut low, Coats mucked, and Volpe scooped the pot.
|Paul Volpe||3,320,000||595,000 |
|Adam Coats||1,180,000||-620,000 |
06/06/18 03:16:26 PM PDT
Miaso Chips Up
Paul Volpe raised in the small blind and Kyle Miaso called in the big blind. The flop fell and Volpe bet, Miaso called. After the turn, Volpe bet and Miaso raised, Volpe called.
The river completed the board and Volpe checked before reluctantly folding to a bet of Miaso.
Volpe raised the button and picked up the blinds before raising again first to act right after. Both Eli Elezra in the small blind and Adam Coats in the big blind came along. On the flop, all players invested one bet each to see the turn. Action checked to Volpe and he bet, which only Elezra called.
The river brought a check-call by Elezra and Volpe showed for the nut straight. Elezra had for a low.
|Eli Elezra||3,150,000||150,000 |
|Paul Volpe||2,725,000||45,000 |
|Adam Coats||1,800,000||-50,000 |
|Kyle Miaso||1,250,000||350,000 |
06/06/18 03:06:59 PM PDT
Coats Scoops With a Wheel
Kyle Miaso raised from under the gun, Eli Elezra called from the button, Adam Coats called from the small blind, and Paul Volpe called from the big blind.
The flop came and action checked to Elezra. He bet and all three players called.
The fell on the turn and action checked around.
The river brought the and Coats bet. Volpe folded, Miaso called, Elezra folded, and Coats tabled for a wheel. Miaso mucked and Coats took the entire pot.
|Paul Volpe||2,680,000||-180,000 |
|Adam Coats||1,850,000||450,000 |
|Kyle Miaso||900,000||-150,000 |
06/06/18 02:58:47 PM PDT
Viacheslsav Zhukov Eliminated in 5th Place ($94,730)
Kyle Miaso raised on the button and Eli Elezra called in the small blind. Viacheslav Zhukov three-bet in the big blind, which both players called. Elezra checked the flop and Zhukov bet. Miaso raised to force out Elezra and Zhukov moved all in for fewer than two full big bets to pick up a call by Miaso.
Miaso had taken the lead with bottom two pair, jacks and nines, and the turn and river provided no help for Zhukov. The two-time WSOP bracelet winner was eliminated in 5th place and receives $94,730 for his efforts.
|Eli Elezra||3,000,000||-100,000 |
|Kyle Miaso||1,050,000||420,000 |
|Viacheslav Zhukov||0||-350,000 |
06/06/18 02:54:43 PM PDT
Coats and Elezra Chop
Adam Coats raised in the cutoff and Eli Elezra called in the big blind. On the flop, Elezra check-raised and Coats called before Elezra bet the turn and picked up a call. Elezra also bet the river and Coats called to get shown for the sixty-four low by Elezra.
Coats had for a full house and claimed the high pot.
|Eli Elezra||3,100,000||-50,000 |
|Adam Coats||1,400,000||-100,000 |
06/06/18 02:50:20 PM PDT
Volpe Takes From Miaso
Action folded to the blinds, Paul Volpe raised from the small, and Kyle Miaso called from the big.
The flop came and Volpe bet. Miaso raised and Volpe called.
The turn brought the and Volpe checked. Miaso bet, Volpe check-raised, and Miaso called.
The fell on the river and Volpe bet. Miaso called and Volpe tabled for a ten-high straight and 8-6-3-2-A low. Miaso mucked and Volpe took the pot.
|Paul Volpe||2,860,000||510,000 |
|Kyle Miaso||630,000||-645,000 |
06/06/18 02:43:15 PM PDT
Elezra Takes Twice From Zhukov
Viacheslav Zhukov raised first to act and was called by Eli Elezra in the big blind. Elezra bet the flop and Zhukov called before doing so again on the turn. The river appeared on the river and Elezra bet. Zhukov gave it some consideration and folded with the words "in cash game I call."
Elezra limped the small blind the next hand and Zhukov raised, Elezra called. On the flop both players checked and a bet by Elezra on the turn ended the hand right there, as Zhukov folded with some three big bets behind.
|Eli Elezra||3,150,000||450,000 |
|Viacheslav Zhukov||350,000||-400,000 |
06/06/18 02:37:42 PM PDT
Dustin Dirksen Eliminated in 6th Place ($69,971)
Dustin Dirksen raised from the cutoff and Paul Volpe called from the big blind.
The flop came and Volpe checked. Dirksen bet, Volpe check-raised, Dirksen raised all in, and Volpe called to put him at risk,
Dirksen flopped fours and threes for high and eighty-four low, but found himself trailing Volpe's set of threes and sixty-four low. After the turn and river, Volpe's hand was still best, so he took the pot to end Dirksen's run in this tournament.
|Paul Volpe||2,350,000||450,000 |
|Dustin Dirksen||0||-300,000 |
06/06/18 02:27:43 PM PDT
Dirksen Doubles Through Zhukov
Adam Coats raised on the button and Kyle Miaso called in the big blind to see a flop of . Miaso check-called a bet and did so again on both the turn and the river. Coats showed for a full house and Miaso asked "do you have a low?" before the cards had just been turned over. "Ace-queen," Coats joked, and Miaso tabled his for an ace-six low.
Two hands later, Viacheslav Zhukov raised first to act and Dustin Dirksen called in the big blind with 40,000 behind, then moved all in after the flop. Zhukov called to create the first all-in showdown of the day.
Dirksen grabbed his belongings, but could sit down again after the blank turn and river runout.
|Viacheslav Zhukov||750,000||-160,000 |
|Dustin Dirksen||300,000||160,000 |