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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 7:01 PM Local Time
Level: 26
Blinds: 20,000/40,000
Ante: 5,000
Wednesday, June 17, 2015 7:00 PM Local Time

Mike Gorodinsky raises to 65,000 from middle position and is called by Nacho Barbero in the hijack.

The flop comes down     and Gorodinsky checks his option over to Barbero who reaches for his chips and bets out 70,000. Gorodinsky pauses for a moment before making the call prompting the dealer to reveal the   on the turn.

Both players check after deliberating over their calls for a few minutes before each quickly checking after the   completes the board.

Gorodinsky then tables his    which is good enough to take down the pot.

Mike Gorodinsky - 1,500,000
Nacho Barbero - 3,000,000

Wednesday, June 17, 2015 6:44 PM Local Time
Seat 1: James Obst
Seat 2: Igor Dubinskyy
Seat 3: Dario Sammartino
Seat 4: Simon Deadman
Seat 5: Jason Mercier
Seat 6: Mike Gorodinsky
Seat 7: Nacho Barbero
Wednesday, June 17, 2015 6:43 PM Local Time

Pierre Milan

Pierre Milan moves all in for 340,000 from the button and is called by Igor Dubinskyy on the big blind.

Milan is at risk holding    against Dubinskyy's    and doesn't improve as the board runs out       to see him eliminated in 8th place.

The remaining seven players have now made the unofficial final table.

Wednesday, June 17, 2015 6:40 PM Local Time

On a     flop, Simon Deadman and Pierre Milan check to Nacho Barbero.

Barbero fires out a bet of 55,000 and Deadman folds. Milan calls and the turn is  . Milan checks and Barbero bets 120,000. Milan calls and the river is the  . Again, Milan checks, and Barbero bets 180,000. After going in the tank, Milan eventually calls, but Barbero flips    for a flopped straight.

Milan mucks his hand and Barbero scoops the pot.

Nacho Barbero - 2,500,000
Pierre Millan - 340,000

Wednesday, June 17, 2015 6:30 PM Local Time

James Obst raises to 65,000 from the button before Jason Mercier bumps it up to 190,000 from the small blind. The action folds back over to Obst who makes the call before both players watch the flop come down    .

Mercier reaches for his chips and slides out 160,000 which is called almost instantly by Obst. The   on the turn doesn't stop Mercier, who cuts out a bet of 410,000, and pushes it forward. Obst quickly mucks his hand as he relinquishes the pot to Mercier.

James Obst - 2,625,000
Jason Mercier - 2,300,000

Wednesday, June 17, 2015 6:22 PM Local Time

On the button, James Obst raises to 65,000. From the small blind, Jason Mercier moves all in for 965,000.

Obst calls and the two head to the flop heads-up.


Mercier has a little sweat as the flop is    , but the   turn and   river keep his jacks in front to score the double up.

Jason Mercier - 2,100,000
James Obst - 2,300,000

Wednesday, June 17, 2015 6:13 PM Local Time

Mike Gorodinsky raises to 60,000 from the cut off and watches as Dario Sammartino moves all in from the button for his remaining 365,000 in chips. After the blinds get out of the way, Gorodinsky makes the call, and the cards are shown. 

Sammartino has the lead with his    going up against Gorodinsky's    and holds on for the double up when the board runs out      .

Mike Gorodinsky - 1,130,000
Dario Sammartino - 795,000


Wednesday, June 17, 2015 6:05 PM Local Time
Jorryt van Hoof

In the small blind, Simon Deadman leans over and asks for a count on the stack of Jorryt van Hoof, who sits in the big blind.

The count is 550,000 and Deadman announces an all in raise. Van Hoof calls and tables    while Deadman shows   .

Both players hit the     flop, but Deadman is ahead. The   turn gives Deadman two pair and the   river doesn't help van Hoof, who is out in 9th place.

Simon Deadman - 1,950,000
Jorryt van Hoof - Eliminated in 9th Place ($42,032)

Wednesday, June 17, 2015 5:53 PM Local Time
Level: 25
Blinds: 15,000/30,000
Ante: 5,000
Wednesday, June 17, 2015 5:35 PM Local Time
Players are now on their second 20-minute break of the day.
Wednesday, June 17, 2015 5:34 PM Local Time
Mike Gorodinsky

Mike Gorodinsky (above) and Pierre Milan are heads up on a     flop.

Gorodinsky, in the big blind, checks and Milan bets 42,000 from the button. Gorodinsky raises to 110,000 and Milan calls. The turn is the   and Gorodinsky leads out with a bet of 182,000. Milan calls and the   falls on the river.

Gorodinsky fires again, this time for 380,000. Milan goes deep in the tank, counting and stacking chips, and flipping up his sunglasses to stare down Gorodinsky. After a few minutes, Milan pushes in two stacks of chips for the call and Gorodinksy flips    for a full house.

Milan mucks his hand and Gorodinsky scoops the monster pot.

Mike Gorodinsky - 1,900,000
Pierre Milan - 770,000

Wednesday, June 17, 2015 5:26 PM Local Time

Jorryt van Hoof raises to 55,000 from the cut off before Maxx Coleman moves all in for his remaining 580,000 from the button. Nacho Barbero folds from the small blind before Igor Dubinskyy moves all in over the top. Van Hoof quickly mucks before both players table their cards.

Coleman is the player at risk with his    trailing Dubinskyy's   . The board runs out       to see Dubinskyy improve to a set on the flop resulting in Coleman hitting the rails in 10th place.

Igor Dubinskyy - 1,350,000
Maxx Coleman - Eliminated

Maxx Coleman

Wednesday, June 17, 2015 5:18 PM Local Time

The action folds around to Jorryt van Hoof on the small blind who moves all in for his remaining 383,000 in chips. Maxx Coleman asks for a count from the big blind before he calls.

Van Hoof has the advantage holding    against Coleman's    and wins the pot after the board runs out       to see him double to 786,000 in chips. Coleman drops down to just over 500,000 following the hand.

Wednesday, June 17, 2015 4:56 PM Local Time
Nacho Barbero

Jorryt van Hoof opens the action in the cutoff with a raise to 35,000.

In the small blind, Nacho Barbero (above) three-bets to 137,000. Van Hoof calls and the pair see a     flop. Barbero leads out for 125,000 and van Hoof calls. The turn is the  , Barbero checks, and van Hoof throws out a bet of 170,000.

Barbero goes in the tank before calling and the river is the  . After a check from Barbero, van Hoof methodically begins to count his orange 5,000 chips and announces a raise to 335,000. Once again, Barbero goes deep into the tank, counting out 335,000 in green and orange chips, places the stack off to the side, and goes back to shuffling another stack.

After a few minutes, Barbero calls and leaps out of his seat, relieved when van Hoof shows   . Barbero tables    to scoop the massive pot.

Nacho Barbero - 2,300,000
Jorryt van Hoof - 265,000

Wednesday, June 17, 2015 4:33 PM Local Time
Level: 24
Blinds: 12,000/24,000
Ante: 4,000
Wednesday, June 17, 2015 4:30 PM Local Time

Nacho Barbero raises to 45,000 from the button and watches as Simon Deadman comes over the top with a raise to 125,000 from the big blind. Barbero pauses for a minute before four-betting to 260,000. Deadman sits motionless in his chair before casually announcing all in for 1,118,000 in chips. Barbero doesn't seem to pleased, opting to muck his hand shortly after.

Nacho Barbero - 1,460,000
Simon Deadman - 1,403,000

Wednesday, June 17, 2015 4:27 PM Local Time

Jason Mercier raises to 40,000 from under the gun before Maxx Coleman bumps it up to 105,000 from the cut off. The decision falls back on Mercier who pauses for a moment before moving all in for 509,000 in chips. Coleman makes the call shortly after and the cards are exposed.

Mercier is in great shape with his    coming up against   . The board runs out       to see Mercier double to over one million in chips.

Jason Mercier - 1,066,000
Maxx Coleman - 970,000

Wednesday, June 17, 2015 4:24 PM Local Time
Griffin Paul

The action folds around to the small blind where Pierre Milan moves all in. In the big blind, Griffin Paul (above) only has around 240,000 in front of him and he calls.


Milan is in front heading to the flop and hits the     flop hard. The   turn and   river give Milan a full house and send Paul to the rail in 11th place.

Pierre Milan - 2,050,000
Griffin Paul - Eliminated in 11th Place ($32,028)

Wednesday, June 17, 2015 4:14 PM Local Time

On a board reading      Griffin Paul checks his option from the blinds. His opponent in the hand is James Obst, who slides out a bet totaling 150,000, from the button. The call is made as both players watch the   complete the board.

Paul checks once more and watches as Obst reaches for his chips, cuts out another bet, and pushes in 300,000 in chips. Paul sits back in his chair and deliberates over his decision before tossing in a chip to signify a call.

Obst then turns over his    for a flush, which takes down the pot, as Paul tosses his cards into the muck.

James Obst - 2,480,000
Griffin Paul - 232,000