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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 3:58 PM Local Time
2015 World Series of Poker

Mike Gorodinsky opens the action with a raise to 46,000.

On the button, Tuan Le (above) moves all in for 224,200. Back to Gorodinsky, who makes a comment on how he doesn't think he can fold and tosses one chip into the pot, indicating a call.

Le:   
Gorodinsky:   

Gorodinsky hits the     flop with a pair of kings. The   turn and   river fail to improve Le's hand and Gorodinsky scoops the pot with a full house.

Mike Gorodinsky - 1,140,000
Tuan Le - Eliminated in 12th Place ($32,028)

Wednesday, June 17, 2015 3:54 PM Local Time

The remaining 12 players have redrawn for seats at the final two tables and play is underway.

Table 447

1: Simon Deadman
2: Jason Mercier
3: Jorryt van Hoof
4: Maxx Coleman
5: Nacho Barbero
6: Igor Dubinskyy

Table 448

1: James Obst
2: Pierre Milan
3: Griffin Paul
4: Mike Gorodinksy
5: Dario Sammartino
6: Tuan Le

Wednesday, June 17, 2015 3:52 PM Local Time
Michael Del Vecchio

Michael Del Vecchio raises to 40,000 from the button before Jorryt van Hoof bumps it up to 118,000 from the big blind. Del Vecchio takes a minute to decide his next move before announcing all in for just short of 400,000 in chips. Van Hoof makes the quick call before both players table their cards.

Del Vecchio is in great shape to double with his    up against van Hoof's    until the board runs out      . Van Hoof pairs his queen on the turn to take out Del Vecchio who finishes in 13th place.

Michael Del Vecchio - Eliminated

Wednesday, June 17, 2015 3:47 PM Local Time
Jennifer Tilly

The action folds around to Jennifer Tilly who moves all in for around 230,000 in chips. Maxx Coleman then follows suit from the small blind which forces a fold from Jason Mercier on the big blind.

Tilly's    trails Coleman's    and doesn't improve as the board runs out       to see Coleman improve to trip aces and take down the pot.

Jennifer Tilly - Eliminated

Wednesday, June 17, 2015 3:44 PM Local Time

The action folds around to the small blind where Michael Del Vecchio (above) moves all in for 272,000

Mike Gorodinsky calls from the big blind and shows   . Del Vecchio tables    and the flop is    . Gorodinsky hits a pair on the   turn, but the   on the river gives Del Vecchio a straight and the double up.

Michael Del Vecchio - 540,000
Mike Gorodinsky - 770,000

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Wednesday, June 17, 2015 3:37 PM Local Time
Pablo Fernandez

Pablo Fernandez raises to 40,000 from under the gun as the decision folds to James Obst in the small blind. He looks around at his opponents stacks before announcing all in for just over 1.7 million in chips. Michael Del Vecchio gets out of the way before Fernandez snap calls for just short of 300,000 in chips.

Fernandez tables his    and is in great shape against Obst's   . However, the board runs out       to see Obst spike an ace on the turn to take down the pot.

James Obst - 1,950,000
Pablo Fernandez - Eliminated

Wednesday, June 17, 2015 3:27 PM Local Time
Level: 23
Blinds: 10,000/20,000
Ante: 3,000
Wednesday, June 17, 2015 3:06 PM Local Time

The remaining 16 players are on their first 20-minute break of the day.

Wednesday, June 17, 2015 3:05 PM Local Time
Ariel Celestino

On the last hand before break, Ariel Celestino (above) moves all in from the cutoff for 140,000.

Sitting in the big blind, Pierre Milan calls and shows   . Celestino is behind with   .

The     flop looks good for Celestino as he hits a pair, but the   on the turn gives Milan a higher pair. The   river is no help to Celestino and he is eliminated in 16th place.

Pierre Milan - 2,260,000
Ariel Celestino - Eliminated in 16th Place ($25,022)

Wednesday, June 17, 2015 3:04 PM Local Time

Jason Mercier raises to 32,000 from under the gun and is called by Simon Deadman on the button and Maxx Coleman on the big blind.

After the flop comes down     Coleman checks before Mercier throws out 41,000. Deadman makes the call forcing Coleman out of the hand.

The   on the turn sees Mercier check prompting Deadman to splash out 82,000, which is then called. The   on the river brings another check from Mercier forcing Deadman to slide out 163,000 in chips. Mercier cuts out the exact amount, and agonises over his decision, before sliding out the call.

Deadman then tables his    for a set on the flop which takes down the pot.

Simon Deadman - 1,200,000
Jason Mercier - 509,000

Gorillla Gaming
Wednesday, June 17, 2015 2:59 PM Local Time

Jason Mercier raises to 32,000 from under the gun and is called by Simon Deadman on the button and Maxx Coleman on the big blind. 

The flop comes down     and Coleman checks. Mercier throws out a continuation bet totaling 42,000 which see Deadman muck his hand. Coleman comes along and the two watch the   drop on the turn.

Again Coleman checks prompting Mercier to reach for his chips and slide out 106,000. Coleman asks for a count then makes the call.

The   completes the board and both players check. Coleman then turns over his    for a missed flush draw and is upset when Mercier rolls over    for a missed flush draw that has paired on the river.

Jason Mercier - 825,000
Maxx Coleman - 875,000

Wednesday, June 17, 2015 2:45 PM Local Time
Olaoluwa Okelola

Pierre Milan raises to 35,000 from under the gun and is called by Olaoluwa Okelola on the button. Both players in the blinds fold before the dealer produces the     flop.

Milan checks before Okelola moves all in for 302,000 in chips. Milan asks for a count before making the call shortly after.

Okelola tables his    for bottom pair and is leading Milan's    flush draw. The   on the turn gives Milan the lead with a higher pair before the   completes the board leaving him with the best hand.

Pierre Milan - 2,000,000
Olaoluwa Okelola - Eliminated

Wednesday, June 17, 2015 2:34 PM Local Time
Mike Gorodinsky

Mike Gorodinsky opens the action with a raise to 35,000. The action folds around to Jennifer Tilly in the big blind who three-bets to 100,000.

Gorodinsky takes some time before announcing a four-bet to 222,000. Now back on Tilly, she asks for a count on Gorodinsky —he has about 400,000 behind — and moves all in. Gorodinsky shakes his head, but throws in one chip, indicating a call, and he's ahead.

Gorodinsky:   
Tilly:   

The       board misses Tilly entirely and Gorodinsky scoops the pot.

Mike Gorodinsky - 1,350,000
Jennifer Tilly - 420,000

Wednesday, June 17, 2015 2:26 PM Local Time

Simon Deadman raises to 32,000 from the button and gets called by Olaoluwa Okelola and Maxx Coleman from the blinds.

The flop comes down     and all three players check. After the   drops on the turn, Olaoluwa bets out 45,000, which only interests Coleman as Deadman folds his hand.

Okelola then splashes out 80,000 after the dealer produces the   on the river. Coleman reaches for his chips and slides out a raise to 225,000. Okelola thinks about his decision for over a minute before making the call.

Coleman tables his    for a flopped full house, and takes down the pot, after Okelola mucks his hand.

Maxx Coleman - 950,000
Olaoluwa Okelola - 550,000

Wednesday, June 17, 2015 2:18 PM Local Time

Ariel Celestino calls from the small blind and Tuan Le raises to 61,000 from the big blind.

The pair see a     flop and both check. The turn is the   and, again, both players check. The river is the   and Celestino leads out for 54,000. Le raises to 154,000 and after a moment, Celestino calls.

Le flips over    for a set of deuces and Celestino, frustrated, throws his hand into the muck.

Tuan Le - 560,000
Ariel Celestino - 61,000
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Wednesday, June 17, 2015 2:06 PM Local Time
Level: 22
Blinds: 8,000/16,000
Ante: 2,000
Wednesday, June 17, 2015 2:04 PM Local Time

Jennifer Tilly opens the action to 27,000 preflop and Pablo Fernandez calls from the cutoff. James Obst calls from the big blind and the three players see a     flop.

Obst checks and Tilly bets 50,000. Fernandez reraises to 145,000 and Obst folds. Tilly then takes some time before throwing in a three-bet to 290,000. After some time, Fernandez calls and the turn is the  . Both players check the turn and see a   river.

Tilly moves all in for 356,000 and Fernandez is faced with essentially putting his tournament life on the line as he only has about 370,000 behind.

Fernandez goes deep into the tank and after about five minutes, players call for the clock. Not even midway through the count, Fernandez mucks his hand and Tilly rakes in a huge pot.

Jennifer Tilly - 1,010,000
Pablo Fernandez - 370,000

Wednesday, June 17, 2015 1:57 PM Local Time
Igor Yaroshevskyy

The action folds around to Igor Yaroshevskyy on the button who moves all in for 158,000 in chips. Jason Mercier is next to act, and looks down at his cards, before also announcing all in. Pierre Milan folds from the big blind before both players tables their cards.

Yaroshevskyy trails with    against Mercier's    and finds no help as the board runs out       to see him fall in 18th place.

Jason Mercier - 650,000
Igor Yaroshevskyy - Eliminated

Wednesday, June 17, 2015 1:35 PM Local Time

James Obst raises to 25,000 from under the gun and watches the action fold around to Jorryt van Hoof on the big blind. He announces all in for 178,000 and gets called shortly after.

Van Hoof is in front holding    against Obst's    and takes down the pot with the better kicker after the board runs out      .

James Obst - 1,645,000
Jorryt van Hoof - 364,000

Wednesday, June 17, 2015 1:29 PM Local Time

Table 447
Seat 1: Pablo Fernandez
Seat 2: Mike Gorodinsky
Seat 3: Jorryt van Hoof
Seat 4: James Obst
Seat 5: Michael Del Vecchio
Seat 6: Jennifer Tilly

Table 449
Seat 1: Simon Deadman
Seat 2: Olaoluwa Okelola
Seat 3: Maxx Coleman
Seat 4: Igor Yaroshevskyy
Seat 5: Jason Mercier
Seat 6: Pierre Milan

Table 450
Seat 1: Igor Dubinskyy
Seat 2: Nacho Barbero
Seat 3: Griffin Paul
Seat 4: Dario Sammartino
Seat 5: Ariel Celestino
Seat 6: Tuan Le

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