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2016 47th Annual World Series of Poker

Tuesday, June 28, 2016 to Thursday, June 30, 2016

Event #49: $1,500 Seven-Card Stud

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  • Buy-in: $1,500
  • Prizepool: $446,850
  • Entries: 331
  • Remaining: 0

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Thursday, June 30, 2016 2:05 PM Local Time

Hand 1

Shaun Deeb:     /   
Eugene Katchalov:     /    (fold)

Cory Zeidman has the bring in with the   and Shaun Deeb completes. Eugene Katchalov calls and Zeidman folds. Deeb pairs his four on fourth street and bets. Katchalov folds.

Hand 2

Max Pescatori:     /      (fold)
Eugene Katchalov:     /     

Zeidman has the bring in with the  . Max Pescatori completes with an ace and Eugene Katchalov calls with a seven, Zeidman folds. Pescatori bets on fourth street and Katchalov calls. Pescatori bets again on fifth street and Katchalov calls. On sixth street, Pescatori checks, Katchalov bets and Pescatori folds.

Shaun Deeb - 530,000 (22 BB)
Eugene Katchalov - 530,000 (22 BB)
Max Pescatori - 250,000 (10 BB)

 

Thursday, June 30, 2016 1:59 PM Local Time
Level:21Limits:12,000/24,000Ante:3,000
Thursday, June 30, 2016 12:31 PM Local Time


Eugene Katchalov Leads the Final Eight into Day 3

After two tournament days and 20 levels of 60 minutes each, the 331 strong field of Event #49: $1,500 Seven Card Stud has been whittled down to the last eight hopefuls. The finalists will return back to the Rio All-Suite Las Vegas Hotel and Casino at 2 p.m. local time with Eugene Katchalov in the lead with 521,000.

Katchalov won this very event in 2011 after overcoming a huge chip deficit heads up against Alessio Isaia to win his first WSOP gold bracelet. It will be another challenge for Katchalov today, as he faces stiff competition with five other WSOP bracelet winners still left in contention.

Shaun Deeb follows close behind with 485,000, while Adam Friedman (396,000) and Yaniv Birman (386,000) are in the middle of the pack. Four-time WSOP bracelet winner Max Pescatori bagged up 315,000, just ahead of Katherine Fleck with 256,000. The two short stacks are John Monnette (85,000) and Cory Zeidman (44,000).

All eight finalists have $8,941 guaranteed for their efforts, but all eyes are set on the first place payout of $111,101. Here is how the players will line up for the start of Day 3:

Seat 1: Yaniv Birman - 386,000 (16 BB)
Seat 2: Adam Friedman - 396,000 (16 BB)
Seat 3: Max Pescatori - 315,000 (13 BB)
Seat 4: Eugene Katchalov - 521,000 (21 BB)
Seat 5: Cory Zeidman - 44,000 (2 BB)
Seat 6: John Monnette - 85,000 (3 BB)
Seat 7: Katherine Fleck - 256,000 (10 BB)
Seat 8: Shaun Deeb - 485,000 (20 BB)

WSOP.com will provide live updates until a winner is crowned.
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