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2016/17 WSOP Circuit - HORSESHOE HAMMOND (Chicago area)

Friday, October 21, 2016 to Monday, October 24, 2016

Event #9: $1,675 MAIN EVENT

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  • Buy-in: $1,675
  • Prizepool: $1,962,000
  • Entries: 1,308
  • Remaining: 0

EVENT UPDATES

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Monday, October 24, 2016 12:31 PM Local Time

Greg Jennings opened to 65,000 in middle position, and Dylan Linde three-bets to what looks like 195,000 in the cutoff. Jennings four-bet shoves for less than 500,000 total, and Linde calls to put him at risk.

Jennings:   
Linde:   

The board runs out      , and Linde wins with two pair, queens and jacks. Jennings is eliminated in 26th place.

Dylan Linde - 1,580,000 (53 bb)
Greg Jennings - Eliminated

Monday, October 24, 2016 12:27 PM Local Time


Matt Chang

Matt Chang gets the rest of his short stack into the middle preflop with   , and Ben Keeline puts him at risk with   . The board runs out      , and Chang can not catch up. Keeline wins the pot with fours full, eliminating Chang as the first casualty of the final three tables.

Ben Keeline - 980,000 (33 bb)
Matt Chang - Eliminated

Monday, October 24, 2016 12:25 PM Local Time

Won Lee opens the cutoff to 70,000, and Porfirio Mendez three-bet shoves for 530,000 on the button. In the big blind, Johanssy Joseph re-shoves, and Lee folds to leave Mendez heads up for his tournament life.

Mendez:   
Joseph:   

There's a king in the window, and the board runs out       to give Mendez the double.

Porfirio Mendez - 1,190,000 (40 bb)
Johanssy Joseph - 135,000 (5 bb)

Monday, October 24, 2016 12:23 PM Local Time

Table 1:
Seat 1 - Porfirio Mendez
Seat 2 - Alex Ziskin
Seat 3 - Johanssy Joseph
Seat 4 - Arif Rahim
Seat 5 - Nicola Ditripani
Seat 6 - Ronnie Sewell
Seat 7 - David Hengen
Seat 8 - Zach Rieselman
Seat 9 - Won Lee

Table 2:
Seat 1 - Peter Kelly
Seat 2 - Dylan Linde
Seat 3 - Jonathan Hilton
Seat 4 - Jacob Bofferding
Seat 5 - Brad Albrinck
Seat 6 - Kou Vang
Seat 7 - John Trzesniak
Seat 8 - Greg Jennings
Seat 9 - Jason Flock

Table 3:
Seat 1 - Michael Campbell
Seat 2 - Richard Arndt
Seat 3 - Paul Fehling
Seat 4 - Jeffrey Model
Seat 5 - Matt Chang
Seat 6 - Rusty Chizhevsky
Seat 7 - Sandeep Sikand
Seat 8 - Ben Keeline
Seat 9 - Ravi Raghavan

Monday, October 24, 2016 12:18 PM Local Time

In the first hand of the day, Peter Kelly opens the action to 65,000 under the gun, Ryan Abelseth goes all in for 655,000, and Jacob Bofferding goes all in for a little more in the big blind. Kelly thinks for over a minute before he folds. Bofferding and Abelseth are heads up, with Bofferding at risk.

Abelseth:   
Bofferding:   

The board runs out      . Bofferding's set is good and he doubles up the first hand of the day. Abelseth is left with just 5,000 chips or one ante after the hand.

The next hand, Abelseth is all in for one ante on the button and Jason Flock opens to 70,000 in late position. All the other players fold and Flock has Abelseth at risk.

Flock:   
Abelseth:   

The board runs out      . Flock's kings are good and Abelseth is the first casualty of the day. 

With that elimination players are redrawing for new seats as they are down to 27.

Jacob Bofferding - 1,385,000 (46 bb)
Jason Flock - 1,370,000 (45 bb)
Ryan Abelseth - Eliminated

Gorillla Gaming
Monday, October 24, 2016 12:00 PM Local Time
The final 28 players are in their chairs, and Day 3 of the Main Event is under way.
Monday, October 24, 2016 11:59 AM Local Time
Level: 26
Blinds: 15,000/30,000
Ante: 5,000
Monday, October 24, 2016 12:43 AM Local Time

 
Chip Leader Zach Rieselman

After 25 levels of play, the Main Event field has narrowed from 1,308 runners to just 28. Zach Rieselman enters the final day of play as the chip leader with 2,415,000. The only other player to start the day with over 2,000,000 is Rusty Chizhevsky with 2,011,000.

The final 28 will return today at noon to play down to a single champion. They will play 60-minute levels with 15-minute breaks every two levels.

All are guaranteed a minimum payout of $9,575, with the winner taking home $348,269 in addition to a coveted circuit ring.

The live reporting team will be covering the action all day, so be sure to follow wsop.com for updates.