Monday, May 23, 2016 4:56 PM Local Time
David Hubbard raises to 70,000 from middle position and Virgil Beddingfield (pictured) calls in the small blind. The flop comes and Hubbard moves all in, having Beddingfield's remaining million chips covered. Beddingfield immediately calls with , but Hubbard has him out-kicked with . The turn brings the and the river the and Beddingfield is the first elimination in more than two hours of play.
David Hubbard - 2,750,000 (34 bb)
Virgil Beddingfield - Eliminated in eighth place for $28,013
Monday, May 23, 2016 4:48 PM Local Time
Cory Waaland was recently eliminated in the $365 No-Limit Hold'em Event #12, which means that our Casino Champion for Harrah's New Orleans will either be David Slaughter or Jeffrey Trudeau Jr.
Slaughter is still in the $1,675 Main Event with eight players remaining. If Slaughter is eliminated in 8th place, or if he goes on to win the Main Event, Jeffrey Trudeau Jr. will win Casino Champion. If Slaughter is eliminated in 7th through 2nd place in the Main Event, he will win Casino Champion, and the free seat into the Global Casino Championship.
We will be posting updates as the final table unfolds, so please stay tuned to see who goes on to win the coveted title.
Monday, May 23, 2016 4:41 PM Local Time
Virgil Beddingfield raises to 150,000 from the hijack and David Hubbard (pictured) moves all in from the big blind for 1,050,000 total.
"I don't know," Beddingfield tells Hubbard. "I'm pretty unlucky against you." Despite his concerns, Beddingfield decides to call and tables . Hubbard lets out a long sigh and flips over his , and rises from his street.
The flop comes , giving Hubbard a set of eights and he lets out a loud "Yes!" and claps his hands. The turn is the and the river the and Hubbard's boat holds to give him the pot. Beddingfield says nothing, but does walk away from the table for a minute while the dealer pushes the pot towards Hubbard.
"You called it man," Hubbard calls out to Beddingfield, who returns to the table and takes his seat in preparation for the next hand.
David Hubbard - 2,100,000 (26 bb)
Virgil Beddingfield - 1,150,000 (14 bb)
Monday, May 23, 2016 4:31 PM Local Time
Monday, May 23, 2016 4:25 PM Local Time
Seat 1: Riley Fuller - 1,925,000 (23 bb)
Seat 2: David Hubbard - 1,060,000 (13 bb)
Seat 3: David Slaughter - 4,815,000 (60 bb)
Seat 4: -empty-
Seat 5: David Diaz - 1,390,000 (17 bb)
Seat 6: Ryan Dunn - 475,000 (6 bb)
Seat 7: Corey Brysman - 2,085,000 (26 bb)
Seat 8: Virgil Beddingfield - 1,800,000 (22 bb)
Seat 9: Jake Dollinger - 1,655,000 (20 bb)
Monday, May 23, 2016 4:20 PM Local Time
Players are now on a 15-minute break.
Monday, May 23, 2016 4:18 PM Local Time
David Slaughter raises to 150,000. David Diaz calls, Ryan Dunn calls, and Riley Fuller calls from the big blind.
The four players see the flop come . Fuller checks and Slaughter continues for 200,000. Dunn is the only caller.
The turn is the and Slaughter continues for 325,000. Dunn calls again, and the river is the . Slaughter now checks, and Dunn puts out 500,000. Slaughter quickly calls.
Slaughter wins with his low flush and is now close to the 5,000,000-chip mark.
David Slaughter - 4,825,000
Ryan Dunn - 500,000
Monday, May 23, 2016 4:10 PM Local Time
Ryan Dunn raises from under the gun to 125,000, Corey Brysman calls behind him, Jake Dollinger thinks a few seconds before calling in middle position, and David Diaz calls out of the big blind.
The flop comes and action checks to Brysman, who bets 125,000, which is enough to get everyone to fold and give him the pot.
Corey Brysman - 1,900,000 (31 bb)
Monday, May 23, 2016 4:08 PM Local Time
Ryan Dunn raises to 125,000 from early position and David Slaughter defends his big blind. The flop comes and both players check. The turn is the and Slaughter bets 100,000. Dunn calls.
The river is the and Slaughter bets 125,000, which Dunn calls. Slaughter tables for two pair, kings and tens, and Dunn quietly tells him, "Good river for you," before mucking his cards.
David Slaughter - 3,375,000 (56 bb)
Ryan Dunn - 2,150,000 (35 bb)
Monday, May 23, 2016 3:57 PM Local Time
David Slaughter raises to 125,000, and David Diaz three-bets to 280,000 from his direct left. Slaughter calls, and the flop comes . Slaughter checks. Diaz slowly counts out a stack of 350,000 and pushes it forward. Slaughter thinks for a minute, but mucks his cards.
David Diaz - 1,900,000
David Slaughter - 2,650,000
Monday, May 23, 2016 3:53 PM Local Time
David Slaughter raises to 125,000 from middle position and Jake Dollinger defends from the big blind. The flop comes and Dollinger checks to Slaughter, who bets 130,000. Dollinger calls, then the turn comes . Dollinger checks again and Slaughter slides out a bet of 500,000. Dollinger counts down his stack, which amounts to around 1,425,000 and thinks a bit before eventually folding.
David Slaughter - 2,750,000 (90 bb)
Jake Dollinger - 1,425,000 (23 bb)
Monday, May 23, 2016 3:49 PM Local Time
David Slaughter raises to 125,000 from middle position and Ryan Dunn calls on the button. Corey Brysman is in the small blind and moves all in for around 1.4 million. Slaughter folds and Dunn tells Brysman, "It's tempting," before folding.
Corey Brysman - 1,820,000 (30 bb)
Monday, May 23, 2016 3:45 PM Local Time
David Hubbard raises to 135,000 from the hijack and David Diaz calls on the button. Corey Brysman is in the big blind and moves all in for 620,000. Hubbard thinks for a minute before folding, then Diaz quickly calls and tables . Brysman is in bad shape with .
The flop comes and Brysman picks up some additional outs to the chop. The turn is the , then the river brings a , sparing Brysman from elimination and giving him the pot.
Corey Brysman - 1,450,000 (24 bb)
David Diaz - 1,700,000 (28 bb)
Monday, May 23, 2016 3:32 PM Local Time
David Diaz raises to 120,000. Virgil Beddingfield calls from the cutoff, and David Hubbard calls from the big blind.
The flop comes and Hubbard checks. Diaz continues for 165,000. Beddingfield then raises to 365,000. Hubbard folds and Diaz thinks for a minute, but also relinquishes his cards.
On the next hand, Beddingfield raises to 125,000 from the hijack. Jake Dollinger three-bets to 325,000 from the cutoff and action folds back around to Beddingfield. He thinks for a minute, then stacks up about 850,000 in chips but doesn't push them forward. After thinking a minute more, he announces he's all in. Dollinger waits only about 10 second before folding, and the dealer pushes the chips to Beddingfield.
Virgil Beddingfield - 2,000
David Diaz - 2,180,000
Jake Dollinger - 1,700,000
Monday, May 23, 2016 3:24 PM Local Time
Monday, May 23, 2016 3:21 PM Local Time
Ryan Dunn open-shoves all in for his last 981,000 from the hijack and Jake Dollinger calls in the small blind. Dunn holds . Dollinger has .
The flop gives Dunn a set of nines and little hope for Dollinger to win the hand. The on the turn gives Dollinger a gutshot straight draw, but the on the river improves Dunn to a full house and he takes the pot.
Ryan Dunn - 2,000,000 (40 bb)
Jake Dollinger - 2,100,000 (42 bb)
Monday, May 23, 2016 3:19 PM Local Time
David Hubbard raises to 110,000 from the cutoff, David Slaughter calls on the button, and Ryan Dunn moves all in from the big blind for 845,000 total. Hubbard and Slaughter both fold and Dunn takes the pot.
Ryan Dunn - 1,125,000 (22 bb)
Monday, May 23, 2016 3:12 PM Local Time
David Slaughter raises to 125,000 from the hijack, and David Diaz calls from his direct left. Jake Dolliinger calls from the big blind, and they see the flop three-handed.
The flop comes and it's checked to Diaz. He bets 175,000. Dolliinger folds, Slaughter calls, and the turn is the . Slaughter checks again, and Diaz continues for 310,000. Slaughter thinks for a minute, then mucks his cards.
David Diaz - 2,870,000 (57 bb)
David Slaughter - 2,420,000 (48 bb)
Monday, May 23, 2016 3:03 PM Local Time
Virgil Beddingfield raises to 110,000 from early position and Ryan Dunn defends his big blind. The flop comes . Dunn checks. Beddingfield bets 60,000. Dunn calls.
When the turn pairs the board with the , Dunn bets 130,000. Beddingfield calls.
The river puts a trio of treys on the board. Dunn takes his time counting out his bet of 270,000 or so, then Beddingfield wastes no time calling. Dunn shows for king-high and Beddingfield tables to take the pot,
Virgil Beddingfield - 1,550,000 (31 bb)
Ryan Dunn - 855,000 (17 bb)
Monday, May 23, 2016 2:59 PM Local Time
David Hubbard raises to 115,000 from middle position and Ryan Dunn moves all in for 705,000 from the button. Hubbard thinks for a minute or so before calling with . Dunn turns over . The board runs out and the tens hold to give Dunn the pot and the double-up.
Ryan Dunn - 1,500,000 (30 bb)
David Hubbard - 1,400,000 (28 bb)