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2015 46th Annual World Series of Poker

Monday, June 15, 2015 to Wednesday, June 17, 2015

Event #32: $5,000 No-Limit Hold'em 6-Handed

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  • Buy-in: $5,000
  • Prizepool: $2,585,000
  • Entries: 550
  • Remaining: 0

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Wednesday, June 17, 2015 10:03 PM Local Time

Nacho Barbero raises to 110,000 from middle position before Dario Sammartino moves all in for 655,000 in chips. The action folds back around to Barbero who makes the call.

Sammartino is at risk holding    against Barbero's   . The board runs out       to see Sammartino spike a four on the river to complete a gut shot straight to double to over 1.4 million in chips.

Dario Sammartino - 1,420,000
Nacho Barbero - 1,425,000

Wednesday, June 17, 2015 9:58 PM Local Time

Nacho Barbero opens for 105,000 from the cutoff. The action folds around to Dario Sammartino in the big blind and Sammartino moves all in for 525,000.

Barbero thinks briefly, but mucks his hand.

Dario Sammartino - 690,000

Wednesday, June 17, 2015 9:52 PM Local Time

Dario Sammartino moves all in for 425,000 from middle position. For the second time on this unofficial final table he finds no callers.

Dario Sammartino - 535,000

Wednesday, June 17, 2015 9:50 PM Local Time

Under the gun, Nacho Barbero opens the action with a raise to 110,000. Jason Mercier calls from the small blind and Mike Gorodinsky completes the action, calling from the big blind.

On the     flop, Mercier leads out with a bet of 135,000. Gorodinsky folds and Barbero calls.

Both players check the   turn and the river is the  . Mercier leads out with a bet of 205,000. Barbero calls and Mercier flips    for two pair. Barbero mucks his hand.

Jason Mercier - 3,250,000
Nacho Barbero - 2,300,000

Wednesday, June 17, 2015 9:46 PM Local Time

Igor Dubinskyy raises to 110,000 from the cut off and watches as Simon Deadman bumps it up to 305,000 from the small blind. With the decision back on Dubinskyy, he reaches for his chips, and slides out four bet to 710,000 in chips. Deadman quickly mucks his hand as he relinquished the pot to Dubinskyy.

Igor Dubinskyy - 2,550,000
Simon Deadman - 1,790,000

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Wednesday, June 17, 2015 9:44 PM Local Time

Jason Mercier raises to 100,000 from under the gun and is called by Simon Deadman on the big blind.

The flop comes down     and Deadman check calls a 85,000 continuation bet from Mercier.

After the   drops on the turn, Deadman checks once more. Mercier reaches for his chips and slides out a bet totaling 260,000 in chips. Deadman casually makes the called before the   completes the board.

Both players opt to check before Deadman tables his    for a full house. Mercier looks annoyed as he tosses his hand into the muck.

Jason Mercier - 2,650,000
Simon Deadman - 2,100,000

Wednesday, June 17, 2015 9:37 PM Local Time

Jason Mercier opens the action in mid-position with a raise to 100,000. In the cutoff, Nacho Barbero calls, and Dario Sammartino calls from the big blind.

On the     flop, Sammartino and Mercier check. Barbero bets 125,000 and Sammartino folds. Mercier calls and the turn is the  . Mercier checks, again, and Barbero bets 205,000. Mercier calls and the pair see the   river.

Mercier leads out for 215,000 and after going in the tank for a couple of minutes, Barbero pushes his cards into the muck.

Jason Mercier - 2,600,000
Nacho Barbero - 2,955,000

Wednesday, June 17, 2015 9:28 PM Local Time

Dario Sammartino moves all in for 470,000 from under the gun and watches as the action folds all the way around the table.

Sammartino picks up the blinds and antes as he moves up to 580,000 in chips.

Wednesday, June 17, 2015 9:19 PM Local Time

In the cutoff, Nacho Barbero opens the action with a raise to 105,000. Sitting on the button, James Obst three-bets to 285,000.

But in the small blind, Igor Dubinskyy throws in a four-bet to 550,000. Dario Sammartino quickly folds the big blind and Barbero folds, as well.

Obst questions whether Dubinskyy has a 'good hand,' but quickly folds his hand as well.

Igor Dubinskyy - 2,100,000

Wednesday, June 17, 2015 9:16 PM Local Time

Simon Deadman raises to 100,000 from middle position and is called by Nacho Barbero on the button.

The flop comes down     and both players opt to check. The   drops on the turn and Deadman checks once more. Barbero reaches for his chips and bets out 80,000 which is enough to take down the pot.

Nacho Barbero - 3,255,000
Simon Deadman - 1,805,000

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Wednesday, June 17, 2015 9:10 PM Local Time
Level: 27
Blinds: 25,000/50,000
Ante: 5,000
Wednesday, June 17, 2015 7:57 PM Local Time
The remaining seven players are on a 60-minute dinner break.
Wednesday, June 17, 2015 7:57 PM Local Time

Under the gun, James Obst opens with a 90,000 raise. In the cutoff, Simon Deadman moves all in for 910,000.

Obst goes in the tank for about two minutes before he calls.

Obst:   
Deadman:   

Deadman is ahead and remains so after the     flop. The   turn and   river don't help Obst and Deadman doubles up on the last hand before break.

Simon Deadman - 1,900,000
James Obst - 2,150,000

Wednesday, June 17, 2015 7:56 PM Local Time

Igor Dubinskyy raises to 90,000 from the hijack and is called by Mike Gorodinsky on the big blind.

The flop comes down     and Gorodinsky checks. Dubinskyy splashes out 110,000 in chips which is called shortly after.

Another check from Gorodisnky follows after the   drops on the turn. Dubinskyy cuts out a bet and slides in 325,000 in chips. Gorodinsky thinks for a minute, before tapping the table, then mucking his hand.

Wednesday, June 17, 2015 7:52 PM Local Time

On the button, James Obst raises to 80,000. In the big blind, Dario Sammartino calls after exchanging a wave and 'Hello' with Obst from across the table.

The pair see a     flop and both players check. The turn is the   and Sammartino checks. Obst bets 90,000 and Sammartino calls. On the   river, Sammartino checks again and Obst fires out 150,000.

Sammartino goes in the tank for about a minute before he calls. Obst shows    for trip aces and Sammartino mucks his hand.

James Obst - 3,100,000
Dario Sammartino - 700,000

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Wednesday, June 17, 2015 7:40 PM Local Time

The action folds around to Simon Deadman on the small blind who completes the call. Jason Mercier checks from the big blind before both players watch the flop come down    .

Deadman reaches for his chips and bets out 50,000. Mercier then comes over the top with a raise to 115,000 which is called shortly after.

The   on the turn sees Deadman check over to Mercier, who counts out a bet, and splashes in 205,000 in chips. Deadman tosses his hand into the muck as he forfeits the pot to Mercier.

 

Wednesday, June 17, 2015 7:32 PM Local Time

Jason Mercier raises to 80,000 from the cut off and is called by Nacho Barbero and James Obst in the blinds.

The flop comes down     and the action checks over to Mercier who throws out a continuation bet worth 105,000 in chips.

Both his opponents muck their hands as Mercier scoops in another small pot.

Wednesday, June 17, 2015 7:22 PM Local Time

Nacho Barbero opens with a 90,000 raise from the cutoff. The action folds around to Dario Sammartino in the big blind and he moves all in for 430,000.

Barbero instantly calls and tables   . Sammartino shows    and is out in front heading to the flop. The flop is     and the   turn and   river keep Sammartino out in front for the double up.

Dario Sammartino - 900,000
Nacho Barbero - 3,100,000

Wednesday, June 17, 2015 7:15 PM Local Time

Simon Deadman raises to 80,000 from the cut off and is called by Nacho Barbero on the big blin.

The flop falls     and Barbero checks his option. Deadman slides out a bet totaling 65,000 which is called shortly after.

Both players happily check when the   drops on the turn before the   completes the board. 

Barbero reaches for his chips and pushes out 155,000 and is called a minute later. Barbero tables his    for two pair which takes down the pot.

Nacho Barbero - 3,200,000
Simon Deadman - 1,330,000

Wednesday, June 17, 2015 7:07 PM Local Time

Under the gun, Mike Gorodinsky calls. The action folds around to Jason Mercier, in the big blind, who raises to 135,000.

Gorodinsky calls and the flop is    . Mercier leads out with a 160,000 bet and Gorodinsky calls. On the   turn, Mercier checks and Gorodinsky bets 240,000. Mercier calls and the river is the  .

Both players check and Gorodinsky tables    to scoop the pot as Mercier mucks his hand.

Mike Gorodinsky - 2,100,000
Jason Mercier - 1,900,000

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