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2017 48th Annual World Series of Poker The Official WSOP Live Updates

Wednesday, June 14, 2017 to Friday, June 16, 2017

Event #27: $3,000 No-Limit Hold'em 6-Handed

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  • Buy-in: $3,000
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06/17/17 01:30:23 AM PST
 
Chris Moorman Captures First Gold Bracelet in $3,000 6-Max Event
 

One of the most prolific hold'em players of this generation finally has his first gold bracelet. The United Kingdom's Chris Moorman is the 2017 World Series of Poker (WSOP) Event #27: $3,000 No-Limit Hold'em 6-Handed champion.

Moorman, who has over $14 million in career online earnings, will add $498,682 to an impressive $4,628,200 in career live-recorded tournament earnings. Moorman defeated Brazilian Bernardo Dias heads-up after a battle between the two that lasted over three hours.

PlaceNameCountryPrize
1Chris MoormanUnited Kingdom$498,682
2Bernardo DiasBrazil$308,166
3Michael GaglianoUnited States$210,139
4Steve SungUnited States$145,634
5John GorsuchUnited States$102,605
6Max SilverUnited Kingdom$73,510

Though Moorman has had a stellar WSOP career, the gold bracelet is really the only thing that had eluded him. Moorman previously had four final table appearances including two runner-up finishes in 2011. This marks his 30th career WSOP cash which now totals $2,433,640.

When asked how this accomplishment compared to his online feats, Moorman responded with, "I feel like anytime you win live, it's just a lot more real. All your friends are there celebrating with you and particularly a lot of my online success was when I was living in the U.K. I would be playing all through the night and maybe win a tournament about five or six in the morning and I would just be there on my own."

Moorman went on to say, "The series is still young, there are plenty of more events out there. I've already had three cashes, including this one, and I feel great and confident. Hopefully, I can make a final table and if not, hopefully, some more Brits do and I can be on the rail and support them and I would be just as happy, to be honest."

Moorman came into play on Day 3 sitting fourth in chips behind fellow countryman Max Silver. Before the final table got underway, there was still business to be completed. There were 21 hopefuls return on and some big names fell before the action moved to the grand stage. Nacho Barbero (19th - $18,019), Samantha Cohen (17th - $23,029), Simeon Naydenov (16th - $23,029), James Chen (14th - $23,029), and Pratyush Buddiga (11th - $29,974) are just some of the players Moorman slid past en route to his win.

Silver led for the majority of this event and was set to take the chip lead again getting his stack in the middle against Michael Gagliano. Silver had the best of it with pocket kings against pocket queens but a queen on the flop gave the pot to Gagliano and Silver was first to drop.

After Moorman had doubled up and taken a huge lead, John Gorsuch tested his luck and though he got it in bad being dominated by the eventual champion, Gorsuch flopped two pair. The river, however, had other ideas and gave Moorman a better two pair and Gorsuch was eliminated.

Moorman took out arguably his biggest threat in two-time bracelet winner Steve Sung. Sung had the chip lead for the early stages of Day 3 but got it in with ace-seven against Moorman's pocket queens and though he hit an ace on the flop, there was a queen right behind it, sending him to the rail in fourth.

A battle of the short stacks came to a conclusion when Dias put Gagliano at risk. Gagliano's ace-eight was in rough shape against the Brazilian's pocket eights and no help from the board set up the heads-up battle.

Dias and Moorman played almost a hundred hands before the latter was able to finish the former off for good. Moorman kept hold of the chip lead the entire battle but could not keep the Brazilian down. Staving off elimination for the better part of four hours, on Hand #132, Moorman finally closed the curtain. Dias open-jammed with king-ten and Moorman snap-called with ace-king. The board ran true and Chris Moorman was awarded his first WSOP gold bracelet.

06/17/17 01:03:07 AM PST
 
Bernardo Dias Eliminated in 2nd Place ($308,166)
 

Bernardo Dias

Hand #132: Bernardo Dias open-jammed all-in and Chris Moorman snap-called, putting the bracelet on the line.

Moorman:   
Dias:   

As the players rallied with their respective rails, the dealer patted the table and fanned out a       board.

Moorman's ace-king high held and Dias was eliminated in second place for a score of $308,166.

06/17/17 01:02:12 AM PST
 
Hands #126-131: Back and Forth Chip Movement
 

Hand #126: Chris Moorman raised to 320,000 on the button and Dias folded.

Hand #127: Dias opened to 350,000 on the button and Moorman called. The flop was     and Moorman checked. Dias bet 400,000 and Moorman raised. Dias snap-folded and Moorman took that pot.

Hand #128: Moorman limped the button and Dias moved all in from the big blind. Moorman folded.

Hand #129: Dias went all in on the button for 3,140,000 and Moorman asked for a count. He thought for awhile and asked Dias, "Should we gamble?" After a couple more minutes, he folded.

Hand #130: Dias limped and Moorman went all in. Dias folded.

Hand #131: Moorman raised to 320,000 on the button and Dias moved all in. Moorman folded and Dias took down the pot.

Chris Moorman10,940,000740,000
Bernardo Dias3,450,000-740,000
06/17/17 12:44:14 AM PST
 
Hands #120-125: Status Quo; No Movement in the Chips
 

Hand #120: Chris Moorman raised to 360,000 and Bernardo Dias moved all-in forcing Moorman to fold.

Hand #121: Dias limped and Moorman checked, seeing a     flop. Dias bet 200,000 and Moorman check-folded.

Hand #122: Moorman opened to 360,000 and Dias three-bet to 1,150,000. Moorman folded.

Hand #123: Dias gave Moorman a walk.

Hand #124: Moorman opened to 320,000 and Dias called bringing a     flop. Dias checked and Moorman continued with a bet of 245,000 getting a fold from Dias.

Hand #125: Dias limped and Moorman three-bet to 480,000. Dias called and a     flop was fanned. Moorman fired a bet of 400,000 and Dias folded.

Chris Moorman10,200,0000
Bernardo Dias4,190,0000
06/17/17 12:39:19 AM PST
 
Hands #115-119: Dias Doubles, Moorman Gets a Little Back
 

Hand #115: Bernardo Dias limped on the button and Chris Moorman checked his option. The flop came     and they both checked. The turn was the   and they checked again.

On the   river, Moorman bet 225,000 and after thinking for a little while, Dias folded.

Hand #116: Moorman limped on the button and Dias moved all in. Moorman folded and Dias won the pot.

Hand #117: Dias limped on the button and Moorman checked his option. The flop was     and Moorman checked. Dias bet 175,000 and Moorman called.

On the   turn, Moorman checked, Dias bet 475,000, and Moorman called again.

The river was the   and Moorman checked once more. After about a minute, Dias moved all in. Moorman got a count and it was 1,525,000. Moorman thought for a few minutes and called.

Dias had pocket nines for a set on the turn and Moorman's    got flashed before it went to the muck. Dias doubled back up to around 4,500,000.

Hand #118: Moorman raised to 360,000 on the button and Dias called in the big blind. The flop was     and they both checked. On the   turn, Dias checked, Moorman bet 300,000 and Dias folded.

Hand #119: Dias limped on the button and Moorman checked in the big blind. The flop was     and Moorman checked. Dias bet 200,000 and Moorman called. The turn was the   and they both checked. On the   river, Moorman bet 775,000 and Dias folded.

Chris Moorman10,200,000-1,595,000
Bernardo Dias4,190,0001,595,000
06/17/17 12:18:17 AM PST
 
Level 32 started
 
Level: 32 Blinds: 80000/160000 Ante: 20000
06/17/17 12:17:31 AM PST
 
Hands #110-114: Moorman Moving Away
 

Hand #110: Chris Moorman limped and Bernardo Dias checked his option. On the     flop, Dias checked and Moorman bet 125,000, winning the pot.

Hand #111: Moorman was given a walk.

Hand #112: Moorman opened to 260,000 and Dias defended, seeing a     flop. Dias check-folded to a bet from Moorman.

Hand #113: Dias opened to 250,000 and Moorman three-bet to 625,000. Dias folded.

Hand #114: Moorman opened to 260,000 and Dias folded.

Chris Moorman11,795,000910,000
Bernardo Dias2,595,000-910,000
06/17/17 12:12:56 AM PST
 
Hands #105-109: Chris Moorman Takes Some Back
 

Hand #105: Bernardo Dias limped on the button and Chris Moorman checked his option. The flop came     and Moorman check-called a bet of 125,000 from Dias. On the   turn, Moorman checked again and Dias bet 350,000. Moorman flicked his cards to the muck and Dias took down the pot.

Hand #106: Moorman raised to 260,000 on the button and Dias called. The flop was     and Dias checked. Moorman bet 225,000 and Dias called.

On the   turn, Dias checked again and Moorman bet 650,000. After a long pause, Dias called and the river was the  . Dias checked once more and Moorman put together a hefty bet of 1,400,000. Dias thought it over for a couple minutes and folded.

Hand #107: Dias folded on the button and Moorman won the blinds and antes.

Hand #108: Moorman raised to 260,000 on the button and Dias let it go.

Hand #109: Moorman got a walk.

Chris Moorman10,885,000910,000
Bernardo Dias3,505,000-910,000
06/17/17 12:01:58 AM PST
 
Hands #100-104: Dias Gains Some Ground
 

Hand #100: Chris Moorman opened to 260,000 and Dias called. The flop came    , Moorman bet 210,000 and Dias called. Dias checked on the turn   and Moorman bet 550,000. Dias called to see the   on the river and both players checked. Dias won the hand with two pair, kings and threes.

Hand #101: Dias opened to 260,000 and Moorman folded.

Hand #102: Moorman opened to 260,000 and Dias called, bringing a     flop. Moorman bet 200,000 and Dias called. The   fell on the turn and both players checked to the   on the river. Dias checked once more and Moorman bet 575,000. Dias folded.

Hand #103: Moorman was given a walk.

Hand #104: Moorman opened to 260,000 and Dias made the call. The dealer fanned a     flop and Dias check-called a bet of 175,000 from Moorman. The turn was the   and both players checked to see the   on the river for free. Both checked again and Moorman won with aces and tens.

Chris Moorman9,975,000-165,000
Bernardo Dias4,415,000165,000
06/16/17 11:57:44 PM PST
 
Bernardo Dias Makes a Big Call, Building Back
 

Hand #94: Chris Moorman raised to 260,000 on the button and Bernardo Dias moved all in from the big blind. Moorman folded and Dias won the pot.

Hand #95: Moorman got a walk in his big blind, winning the blinds and antes.

Hand #96: Moorman limped on the button and Dias checked. The flop was     and Dias checked. Moorman bet 150,000 and Dias called.

The turn was the   and Dias checked again. Moorman bet 450,000 and Dias called again.

On the   river, Dias checked and Moorman pushed forward a bet of 1,100,000, nearly two-thirds of Dias's stack. Dias went into the tank, drank some water, shook his head, and grimaced repeatedly. After several minutes, he called.

Moorman had    for king-high and Dias was good with his    for a pair of jacks.

Hand #97: Dias raised to 260,000 on the button and Moorman called in the big blind. They both checked the     flop, and the turn was the  . Moorman bet out 350,000 and Dias folded.

Hand #98: Dias got a walk.

Hand #99: Dias raised to 260,000 on the button and Moorman called in the big blind. They both checked the     flop and the   turn.

On the   river, Moorman bet 250,000 and Dias thought for awhile before he folded.

Chris Moorman10,140,000-1,560,000
Bernardo Dias4,250,0001,560,000
06/16/17 11:32:51 PM PST
 
Hands #89-93: Moorman Wins a Big One
 

Hand #89: Bernardo Dias opened to 275,000 and Chris Moorman defended. Dias continued with a bet of 325,000 on the     flop and Moorman check-called. The   fell on the turn and both players checked, bringing the   on the river. Both checked again and Moorman won with   .

Hand #90: Moorman opened to 260,000 and Dias folded.

Hand #91: Dias limped and Moorman raised to 420,000. Dias called and the flop ran out    . Moorman continued with a bet of 335,000 and Dias called. The turn card was the   and Moorman fired a second bullet worth 950,000. Dias Called.

The   landed on the river and Moorman bet 1,800,000. Dias quickly folded.

Hand #92: Moorman opened and Dias folded.

Hand #93: Dias limped and Moorman raised to 420,000, getting a fold from Dias.

Chris Moorman11,700,0002,765,000
Bernardo Dias2,690,000-2,765,000
06/16/17 11:16:46 PM PST
 
Level 31 started
 
Level: 31 Blinds: 60000/120000 Ante: 20000
06/16/17 11:06:23 PM PST
 
Chip Counts at the Break
 
Chris Moorman8,935,000-2,865,000
Bernardo Dias5,455,0002,865,000
06/16/17 11:03:35 PM PST
 
Break Time
 

The two finalists are on a 15-minute break.

06/16/17 11:02:34 PM PST
 
Hands #86-88: Back and Forth
 

Hand #86: Chris Moorman raised to 225,000 on the button and took down the pot.

Hand #87: Moorman got a walk.

Hand #88: Moorman raised to 225,000 on the button and Bernardo Dias raised to 700,000. Moorman quickly folded.

06/16/17 11:02:16 PM PST
 
Hands #81-85: Diaz Shortens the Gap
 

Hand #81: Bernardo Dias opened to 225,000 and Chris Moorman folded.

Hand #82: Moorman opened to 225,000 and Dias called. The flop came     and both players checked to see the board pair on the turn with the  . Dias check-called a bet of 150,000 from Moorman and the   fell on the river. Dias checked again and Moorman bet 325,000. Dias raised to 950,000 and Moorman folded.

Hand #83: Dias opened to 225,000 and Moorman called. Dias tossed out a bet of 175,00 on the     flop and Moorman check-called. The turn was the   and Moorman checked once more. Dias fired a second barrel worth 475,000 and Moorman called. The   completed the board on the river and Moorman checked for the third time. Dias unleashed a third barrel, sliding out a bet of 1,050,000 and Moorman snap-called. Dias tabled his hand and Moorman mucked

Hand #84: Moorman opened to 225,000 and Dias called. The flop came     and Dias checked. Moorman bet 200,000, taking down the pot.

Hand #85: Dias raised to 225,000 and Moorman called.     Moorman checked and Dias continued with a bet of 175,000. Moorman folded.

06/16/17 10:49:03 PM PST
 
Hands #76-80: Small Pots
 

Hand #76: Chris Moorman raised to 225,000 on the button and Bernardo Dias folded.

Hand #77: Moorman got a walk.

Hand #78: Moorman raised to 225,000 on the button and Dias moved all in. Moorman folded and Dias took that pot.

Hand #79: Dias limped on the button and Moorman checked his option. They saw a flop of     and Moorman check-folded to a bet of 125,000 from Dias.

Hand #80: Moorman raised to 225,000 on the button and Dias defended his big blind. On the     flop, Dias checked, Moorman bet 175,000, and Dias let it go.

Chris Moorman11,800,00065,000
Bernardo Dias2,590,000-65,000
06/16/17 10:45:11 PM PST
 
Hands #69-75: Moorman Wins This Round
 

Hand #69: Chris Moorman opened to 225,000 and Bernardo Dias folded.

Hand #70: Dias limped and Moorman raised to 350,000, forcing Dias to fold.

Hand #71: Moorman limped and Dias checked his option bringing a [aqc10s] flop. Both players checked and the   came on the turn. Both checked again to see the   complete the board on the river. Dias folded when Moorman bet 150,000.

Hand #72: Dias limped and Moorman checked. The flop came     and both players checked. The   landed on the turn and Moorman check-called a bet of 125,000 from Dias. The river was the   and both checked. Dias took down the pot with a pair of deuces.

Hand #73: Moorman opened to 225,000 and Dias called. The two saw a     flop and checked to the   on the turn. Dias led with a bet of 300,000 and Moorman folded.

Hand #74: Moorman raised to 225,000 and Dias called. Moorman bet 150,000 on a     flop and Dias called. The   came on the turn and Moorman bet 450,000. Dias mucked.

Hand #75: Dias limped and Moorman checked to see a     flop. Dias bet 100,000 and Moorman check-raised to 300,000 getting a fold.

Chris Moorman11,735,000470,000
Bernardo Dias2,655,000-470,000
06/16/17 10:40:07 PM PST
 
Hands #64-68: Bernardo Dias Clawing Back
 

Hand #64: Chris Moorman raised to 200,000 on the button and Dias called in the big blind. The flop came     and they both checked.

On the   turn, Dias bet 275,000 and Moorman called. The river was the  , pairing the board, and Dias bet 450,000. Moorman mulled over the decision for a few minutes and folded. Dias's rail erupted in stomping and singing to celebrate Dias winning the pot.

Hand #65: Moorman raised to 200,000 on the button and Dias moved all in. Moorman folded and Dias took that pot.

Hand #66: Bernardo Dias raised to 225,000 on the button and Chris Moorman called in the big blind. The flop came     and they both checked. The turn was the   and Moorman led out for 275,000. Dias called.

They both checked the   river and Moorman announced "Queen-high."

Dias had a ten in his hand for two pair, tens and sixes, to win the pot.

Hand #67: Moorman raised to 225,000 on the button and Dias folded.

Hand #68: Dias limped on the button and Moorman checked his option. The flop came     and they checked. The turn was the   and Moorman bet 200,000. Dias called.

The river was the  , pairing the board, and Moorman bet 515,000. After a long hesitation, Dias folded.

Chris Moorman11,265,000-805,000
Bernardo Dias3,125,000805,000
06/16/17 10:15:33 PM PST
 
Hands #59-63: Dias Gets Some Back
 

Hand #59: Chris Moorman folds giving Bernardo Dias a walk.

Hand #60: Moorman got a walk.

Hand #61: Moorman opened to 200,000 and Dias called. Seeing a     flop, both players checked to see the   delivered on the turn. Dias bet 275,000 and Moorman called. The   fell on the river and Dias led with a bet of 450,000, getting a fold from Moorman.

Hand #62: Moorman was given a walk.

Hand #63: Moorman made it 200,000 and Dias made the call. An all-club flop of     was fanned and Dias folded to a bet of 175,000 from Moorman.

Chris Moorman12,070,000-210,000
Bernardo Dias2,320,000210,000
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