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2017/18 WSOP Circuit - CHOCTAW DURANT (Oklahoma/Dallas)

Friday, November 10, 2017 to Monday, November 13, 2017

Event #11: $1,675 MAIN EVENT

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  • Buy-in: $1,675
  • Prizepool: $1,362,000
  • Entries: 908
  • Remaining: 0

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Monday, November 13, 2017 3:54 PM Local Time

Action folds to Mason Vieth who moves all in from the small blind. Jared Hemingway calls from the big blind. 

Vieth:   
Hemingway:    

The board runs out       which gives Hemingway the best hand with top pair. The stacks are counted out and Vieth is left with exactly one ante left, a single grey T5,000 chip.

Jared Hemingway - 3,100,000 (39 bb)
Mason Vieth - 5,000 (>1 bb)

Monday, November 13, 2017 3:53 PM Local Time
Dan Lowery limps in from the small blind. Mason Vieth shoves the big blind and takes down the pot when Lowery folds. 
Monday, November 13, 2017 3:52 PM Local Time

Mason Vieth shoves all in from under the gun for a little over 700,000. Dan Lowery calls the shove from the big blind. 

Vieth:   
Lowery:   

The board runs out       which makes Vieth's kicker play and allows him to double up. 

Mason Vieth - 1,500,000 (19 bb)
Dan Lowery - 6,400,000 (80 bb) 

Monday, November 13, 2017 3:52 PM Local Time

The action folds around the table to Nick Schwarmann in the small blind. He calls and Walter Rodriguez raises to 200,000 in the big blind. Schwarmann calls.

The flop is     and both players check. The turn is the   and Schwarmann bets 300,000. Rodriguez calls.

The   falls on the river and Schwarmann bets 700,000. Rodriguez thinks for a moment before moving all in and he has Schwarmann covered. Schwarmann tanks for nearly two minutes, but eventually folds.

"Walter, you're the best. I fold," Schwarmann says as he flicks his cards toward the dealer.

Walter Rodriguez - 7,250,000 (90 bb)
Nick Schwarmann - 1,400,000 (17 bb)
Monday, November 13, 2017 3:48 PM Local Time
Walter Rodriguez raises to 210,000 from under the gun and will scoop the blinds and antes.
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Monday, November 13, 2017 3:47 PM Local Time

Nick Schwarmann raises to 200,000 from under the gun and Dan Lowery calls on the button.

The flop is     and both players check. The turn is the   and once again, both players check.

The   river completes he board and Schwarmann bets 350,000. Lowery folds and shows that he held the   for a pair of aces.

Dismayed by Lowery's fold, Schwarmann asks "What in the world just happened? I quit poker. How are these guys so good?"

Monday, November 13, 2017 3:38 PM Local Time


Jonathan Hanner

Jonathan Hanner moves all in for 680,000 from under the gun and Dan Lowery calls out of the small blind. Hanner is in trouble with his    up against Lowery's   .

The window card is the  , but it's followed by the   and the  . Lowery flops middle set and has Hanner drawing to runners. The turn is the  , which leaves Hanner drawing dead to the   river. Lowery wins the pot and Hanner hits the rail in sixth place. The Minnesota native takes $51,375 back up north.

Dan Lowery - 7,300,000 (91 bb)
Jonathan Hanner - Eliminated

Monday, November 13, 2017 3:38 PM Local Time

Jared Hemingway opens to 200,000 from the cutoff. Nick Schwarmann calls on the button as does Dan Lowery in the big blind. 

The flop comes down     and Lowery and Hemingway check to Schwarmann who bets 200,000. Both players fold and that earns Schwarmann the pot. 

Monday, November 13, 2017 3:37 PM Local Time

First to act, Dan Lowery raises to 200,000. Everyone folds except Jared Hemingway on the button. 

The flop comes     and both players check. They check again on the  . They check one more time on the   river. 

"King-queen," Hemingway says. 

"King-queen is good," Lowery responds. 

Hemingways shows    and that earns him the pot. 

Monday, November 13, 2017 3:35 PM Local Time

Walter Rodriguez opens with a raise to 200,000. Nick Schwarmann defends from the big blind, then checks dark. 

The flop is     and Rodriguez checks back. Schwarmann then decides to bet 200,000 in the dark. 

The turn is the   and Rodriguez thinks for a bit before folding his hand. 

"He just always knows," Schwarmann says revealing his  .

Monday, November 13, 2017 3:33 PM Local Time
Mason Vieth shoves the button for right around 1,000,000. Everyone folds and he earns the pot. 
Monday, November 13, 2017 3:32 PM Local Time

Jared Hemingway raises to 200,000 from under the gun and action folds to Dan Lowery on the button. Lowery three-bets to 500,000 and after the blinds fold, Hemingway calls.

The flop is     and both players check. The turn is the   and Hemingway checks. Lowery bets 360,000 and Hemingway calls.

The river is the  , bringing three hearts to the board and Hemingway checks. Lowery bets 900,000 and Hemingway folds.

Dan Lowery - 6,570,000 (82 bb)
Jared Hemingway - 1,780,000 (22 bb)
Monday, November 13, 2017 3:29 PM Local Time

From the cutoff, Nick Schwarmann raises to 160,000 and Walter Rodriguez calls on the button. Dan Lowery and Mason Vieth call from the blinds and it's four-handed to the flop.

The flop is     and all four players check. The turn is the   and Lowery bets 220,000. All three players fold and Lowery rakes in the pot.

Monday, November 13, 2017 3:29 PM Local Time


Chance Steed

Chance Steed moves all in from middle position for 575,000 and Walter Rodriguez calls out of the small blind. Steed is dominated with his    against Rodriugez's   .

The flop is    , keeping Rodriguez in the lead, but the   comes on the turn to give Steed some more equity with a flush draw. The river is the  , however, and Rodriguez wins the pot with two pair. Steed earns $39,983 for his seventh place finish and Rodriguez extends his chip lead with six players remaining.

"Walter just plays perfect," says Nick Schwarmann. "F***ing Walter. Just perfect."

Walter Rodriguez - 6,475,000 (80 bb)
Chance Steed - Eliminated

Monday, November 13, 2017 3:26 PM Local Time
Level: 30
Blinds: 40,000/80,000
Ante: 10,000
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Monday, November 13, 2017 3:26 PM Local Time
Jonathan Hanner raises to 130,000 from the cutoff and wins the pot.
Monday, November 13, 2017 3:26 PM Local Time
Jonathan Hanner moves all in on the button for about 530,000 and wins the blinds and antes.
Monday, November 13, 2017 3:26 PM Local Time

Walter Rodriguez opens from middle position to 150,000. Jared Hemingway defends his big blind. 

On the     flop, Hemingway checks to Rodriguez who bets 125,000. Hemingway talks to himself a bit before folding. 

Monday, November 13, 2017 3:25 PM Local Time

Nick Schwarmann opens to 125,000 and is called by Dan Lowery from the hijack and Jared Hemingway from the big blind. 

The flop comes     and action checks to Schwarmann who bets 125,000. Only Lowery calls. 

The turn is the   and Schwarmann slows down with a check. Lowery bets 180,000 and that's enough to earn him the pot as Schwarmann folds. 

Monday, November 13, 2017 3:23 PM Local Time

Jared Hemingway opens to 150,000 from early position. Chance Steed defends from the big blind. 

The flop is     and Steed leads out for 130,000. Hemingway thinks for a bit, then calls. 

On the   turn, Steed slows down and checks. 

"What is going on man?" Hemingway asks to no one in particular before checking back. 

The river is the   and Steed leads out 280,000. Hemingway calls quickly. Steed shows    but it's beat by Hemingway's   

"Good call," Steed says. "I was trying to rep two pair there."

Jared Hemingway - 2,750,000 (46 bb)
Chance Steed - 760,000 (13 bb)

 

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