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Monday, March 28, 2022 1:00 PM Local Time
Brett Schniebolk opened to 140,000 from the cutoff and Bob Hover moved all in from the big blind, putting Schniebolk to the test for his 950,000 chips.
"I feel like you have nothing. My brain is telling me to calll." Eventually, Schniebolk called.
The board ran out and Schniebolk was eliminated from the Main Event.
Bob Hover - 2,950,000
Brett Schniebolk - Eliminated in 12th Place ($18,931)
Monday, March 28, 2022 12:51 PM Local Time
Brett Schniebolk raised to 140,000 from the hijack and Jared Woodell defended the big blind.
The flop came and all three players checked to the on the turn. Woodell checked again and Schniebolk bet 130,000. Woodell wasted no time and check-raised to 375,000. Schniebolk deliberated for a while and eventually folded.
Woodell showed for a set and collected the pot.
Jared Woodell - 2,750,000
Brett Schniebolk - 950,000
Monday, March 28, 2022 12:45 PM Local Time
Steven Goodemote raised to 130,000 and the action folded around to James Namiot who jammed all-in. Goodemote had about 900,000 and quickly called off his stack.
Goodemote was looking to fade an ace but the flop was not what he was looking for. The board completed with the on the turn and the on the river.
James Namiot - 3,300,000
Steven Goodemote - Eliminated in 13th Place ($15,343).
Monday, March 28, 2022 12:30 PM Local Time
Patrick Bowe raised to 120,000 in middle position and Andrew Dubuque called on the button.
The flop came and Bowe checked to Dubuque before he tossed in a bet of 250,000. Bowe put in a check-raise to 775,000, leaving himself with just 15,000 behind. Dubuque went into the tank for about 20 seconds before letting his hand go.
Patrick Bowe - 1,400,000
Andrew Dubuque - 2,100,000
Monday, March 28, 2022 12:26 PM Local Time
James Namiot shoved for 1,265,000 from the cutoff and Steven Goodemote asked for a count before reshoving on the button.
Namiot was at risk with , needing some real heat to stay alive against Goodemote's .
The board ran out and Namiot rivered one of the last two eights in the deck to make a full house.
James Namiot - 2,680,000
Steven Goodemote - 525,000
Monday, March 28, 2022 12:19 PM Local Time
All the chips went in the middle before the flop and Patrick Bowe was at risk for around 500,000 against Giuseppe Galluzzo.
Bowe had an over card and it hit immediately on the flop. Galluzzo couldn't find a six on the turn or river, sealing Bowe's double.
Patrick Bowe - 1,070,000
Giuseppe Galluzzo - 2,500,000
Monday, March 28, 2022 12:13 PM Local Time
Steven Goodemote was first to act and moved all in for 715,000. Action folded to James Namiot in the big blind and he called.
The flop came and Goodemote took the lead with a pair of eights. The turn was the and the river the to keep Goodemote in contention.
Steven Goodemote - 1,520,000
James Namiot - 1,200,000
Monday, March 28, 2022 12:09 PM Local Time
Ioannis Pentefountas raised to 125,000 under the gun and Jared Woodell defended the big blind.
The dealer fanned a flop of and Woodell check-called a bet of 75,000.
The hit the turn and Woodell checked before Pentefountas checked back.
The landed on the river and Woodell took the lead, firing out 300,000. Pentefountas thought about it for a few moments and made the call. Woodell tabled for a flush and Pentefountas tossed his hand into the muck.
Ioannis Pentefountas - 1,420,000
Jared Woodell - 2,400,000
Monday, March 28, 2022 11:59 AM Local Time
Monday, March 28, 2022 11:59 AM Local Time
The tournament director has announced for the dealers to shuffle up and deal as the 13 finalists compete to be the champion.
Monday, March 28, 2022 10:07 AM Local Time
Day 3 of the $1,700 Main Event at the Turning Stone Casino World Series of Poker Circuit will have cards in the air at 12:00 p.m. 891 players took a stab at the marquee event of the series, including a series of notable players but only 13 remain.
Joe Rice is one of the final 13 remaining, after winning Event #1 and cashing in five tournaments this series already, he is looking to capture his second ring and the $238,870 grand prize.
Leading the way is Timothy O'Donoghue with 5,285,000 in chips and will be battling to win his first WSOP circuit gold ring.
The winner today will also win a seat into the Tournament of Champions in Las Vegas in July.
Blinds will begin at 30,000/60,000/60,000, stay tuned to www.wsop.com throughout the rest of this action packed tournament to see who will prevail as the champion.
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