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Wednesday, June 17, 2015 1:28 PM Local Time
Pierre Milan opens the action with a raise to 26,000 from the cutoff. In the small blind, Noah Vaillancourt three-bets to 75,000.
After some time, Milan throws in a four-bet to 145,000 and Vaillancourt moves all in, about 450,000. Milan snap calls and tables . Vaillancourt shows and the flop is .
The turn is the and the river is the giving Vaillancourt a straight, but it also gives Milan a full house and the pot.
Pierre Milan - 1,500,000
Noah Vaillancourt - Eliminated in 19th Place ($20,059)
Wednesday, June 17, 2015 1:22 PM Local Time
Alberto Fonseca raises to 28,000 from under the gun and gets called by Simon Deadman in the cut off and Nacho Barbero on the big blind.
The flop comes down and Barbero checks. Fonseca bets out 36,000 and gets called by Deadman before Barbero comes over the top with a raise to 83,000. Both opponents call to see the drop on the turn.
Barbero leads out for 156,000 forcing Fonseca to move all in for his remaining 418,000 in chips. Deadman muks his hand as the decision falls on Barbero. He pauses for a moment before making the call.
Fonseca tables his for two pair but trails Barbero who has for trip sixes. The falls on the river to see Fonseca unable to improve as he hits the rail in 20th place.
Nacho Barbero - 1,800,000
Alberto Fonseca - Eliminated
Wednesday, June 17, 2015 1:17 PM Local Time
The action folds to Mike Gorodinsky on the button who raises to
28,000. Jorryt van Hoof then bumps it up to 86,000 from the small blind
which forces Pierre Milan to fold from the big blind. With the decision
back on Gorodinsky he moves all in for his remaining 395,000 in chips.
Van Hoof thinks for a minute before making the call.
is in great shape with his up against van Hoof's and
welcomes the double up when the board runs out .
Mike Gorodinsky - 812,000
Jorryt van Hoof - 188,000
Wednesday, June 17, 2015 1:02 PM Local Time
The cards are in the air for the third and possibly final day of play. Players are scheduled for ten levels, which may be enough to determine a winner.
Wednesday, June 17, 2015 1:01 PM Local Time
Wednesday, June 17, 2015 10:57 AM Local Time
Welcome back to the Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino and the 2015 World Series of Poker for Day 3 of Event #32: $5,000 No-Limit Hold'em 6-Handed.
On Monday, 550 players took to the felt to play one of the more prestigious short-handed tournaments of the series, and now three days in just 20 players remain eyeing the WSOP bracelet and $633,357 first prize.
Australian James Obst is the current chip leader with 1,971,000 in chips after being on the good side of an aces versus ace-king confrontation preflop latish on Day 2. Snapping on his heels is Argentinian Nacho Barbero who bagged 1,037,000 as Englishman and Day 1 chip leader Simon Deadman is the only other player in the seven-figure club with a 1,020,000 in chips.
Tuan Le won the Event #7 bracelet, and he will be looking to capture his third career bracelet and second of the series. 2014 WSOP Main Event 3rd-place finisher Jorryt van Hoof is already having a decent series with several deep runs, and he'll be hoping to make a run at his first WSOP bracelet today. Throw in the likes of Jennifer Tilly, Mike Gorodinsky, Jason Mercier and Dario Sammartino and today's final 20 is one of the strongest we've seen over the past few weeks.
The WSOP live reporting team will be on hand from 1:00 p.m. (PDT) to provide continuous live updates as we play down from the final 20 to hopefully the Event #32 Champion! Stay tuned right here to WSOP.com for all the live updates of this event, and every event of the 2015 WSOP!