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2018 49th Annual World Series of Poker The Official WSOP Live Updates

Tuesday, June 19, 2018 to Thursday, June 21, 2018

Event #39: $1,500 No-Limit Hold'em Shootout

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  • Buy-in: $1,500
  • Prizepool: $1,225,800
  • Entries: 908
  • Remaining: 0

EVENT UPDATES

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Thursday, June 21, 2018 4:25 PM Local Time
Hands #93-95: Very Little Action

Hand #93: Anthony Reategui raised from the cutoff to 45,000 and the other players all folded.

Hand #94: Corey Dodd pushed all-in from the button after it folded to him and picked up the blinds.

Hand #95: Anthony Reategui raised to 53,000 from early position. Dylan Linde pushed all-in when it folded to him on the big blind and Reategui open folded    and the table started laughing.

Thursday, June 21, 2018 4:21 PM Local Time
Hands #87-92: Lee Over Two Million

Hand #87: Anthony Reategui raised to 50,000 in the cutoff and Preston Lee called from the button. The flop came     and Reategui continued for 31,000. Lee called and the   landed on the turn. Both players checked to the   on the river and checked one more time. Reategui showed    and Lee flipped over    to chop the pot.

Hand #88: Jesse Kertland limped in from the small blind and Dylan Linde checked his big blind. The flop came     and Kertland led out for 25,000 to take down the pot.

Hand #89: Corey Dodd shoved all in for 263,000 from the cutoff and picked up the blinds and antes.

Hand #90: Reategui received a walk in the big blind.

Hand #91: Young Phan raised to 53,000 on the button and Lee called from the big blind. The flop came     and both players checked to the   on the turn. Lee led out for 100,000 and Phan called to see the   on the river. Lee announced all in, putting Phan to the test for his last 365,000 chips. He thought for a minute and then laid his hand down.

Hand #92: Lee just called from the small blind and Dodd checked his option. The flop came     and both players checked to the   on the turn. Lee led out for 20,000 and Dodd called to see the   on the river. Both players tapped the table and Lee turned over    to win another pot.

Preston Lee2,410,000158,000
Young Phan365,000-178,000
Thursday, June 21, 2018 4:13 PM Local Time
Hands #82-86: Reategui Does it Again With Seven-Deuce

Hand #82: Anthony Reategui raised to 45,000 from late position. Dylan Linde pushed all-in for 318,000 from the big blind but Reategui folded.

Hand #83: Anthony Reategui raised to 50,000 from the under the gun position. Corey Dodd called from the cutoff and the flop appeared    . Reategui continued with a bet of 30,000 and Dodd called again. Both players checked on the   turn.

The   river came down and Reategui checked to Dodd who put in 105,000. Reategui then announced "1,1 million" and that was more than enough to put his opponent all-in. Dodd opted to fold his hand and the chips went to Reategui.

Blinds Up: Small Blind 10,000 Big Blind 20,000 Ante 3,000

Hand #84: Corey Dodd raised from the hijack to 35,000. Anthony Reategui called to see the     flop. He warned Dodd in advance that he's gonna "do it again". He referred to the seven-deuce hand earlier today where he busted Endrit Geci.

Both players checked and the   river came off the deck. Reategui bet 50,000 and after Dodd called he was rooting for a  . The river was indeed the   and Reategui checked. Dodd checked behind to see Reategui open up    for a full house. The table burst into laughter as Reategui raked in the pot.

Hand #85: Corey Dodd raised to 45,000 from early position. He got three-bet by small blind Anthony Reategui and Dodd folded.

Hand #86: Anthony Reategui raised from the button and both players in the blinds folded.

Thursday, June 21, 2018 3:58 PM Local Time
Hands #77-81: Kertland Barrels Three Streets

Hand #77: Anthony Reategui opened to 45,000 from under the gun and Jesse Kertland called from the cutoff. The flop came     and Reategui led out for 65,000. Kertland called and the   hit the turn. Both players checked and the   completed the board. Reategui checked again and Kertland checked behind. Reategui tabled    for Broadway and raked in the pot.

Hand #78: Corey Dodd raised to 35,000 from the hijack and Young Phan flat-called from the small blind. Reategui three-bet to 126,000 from the big blind and Dodd quickly folded. Phan thought for a minute and then made the call. Both players checked the entire way on a board reading       and Phan tabled    for the winner.

Hand #79: Dodd opened to 35,000 from under the gun and Reategui re-raised to 148,000 from the small blind. Dodd let his hand go again and Reategui took this one down.

Hand #80: Kertland raised to 37,000 from under the gun and Dodd defended from the big blind. The flop came     and Dodd check-called a bet of 37,000 from Kertland.

The turn brought the   and Dodd checked again. Kertland pushed in a bet of 77,000 and Dodd continued to call. The   landed on the river and Dodd checked for the third time. Kertland fired another barrel of 184,000 and Dodd finally released his hand.

Hand #81: Reategui opened to 50,000 from the cutoff and everyone folded.

Thursday, June 21, 2018 3:47 PM Local Time
Royce Matheson Eliminated in 7th Place ($32,198)

Royce Matheson

Hand #76: Preston Lee raised to 35,000 from the hijack. Royce Matheson sat in the small blind and when it folded to him he three-bet to 116,000. Lee called and they saw a flop appear.

The flop was     and Matheson continued with a bet of 105,000. Lee called again and the turn was the  . This time the bet from Matheson was 275,000. Lee called again to see the   river and now it checked to Lee.

Lee decided to push all-in. It was effectively 436,000 since he covered Matheson. Matheson went into the tank and took his time to think out his decision. After a couple of minutes, Matheson decided to go with the call and opened up   , but that wasn't good enough to beat Lee's   .

Preston Lee2,252,000932,000
Royce Matheson0-867,000
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Thursday, June 21, 2018 3:41 PM Local Time
Hands #73-75: Small Pots

Hand #73: Jesse Kerland raised from the under the gun position and every player at the table folded.

Hand #74: Anthony Reategui won the pot by raising pre-flop and continuing on the     flop. Corey Dodd folded his hand and the pot went to Reategui.

Hand #75: Dylan Linde raised to 33,000 from the under the gun position and Royce Matheson called from the big blind. The flop was     and Matheson check-folded to Linde's continuation bet of 28,000.

Thursday, June 21, 2018 3:31 PM Local Time
Alexander Lakhov Eliminated in 8th Place ($24,728)

Alexander Lakhov

Hand #72: Alexander Lakhov shipped all in for 259,000 from the hijack and Preston Lee made a quick call after looking at his cards in the big blind.

Preston Lee:   
Alexander Lakhov:   

It was a coin flip with Lakhov's tournament life on the line. The flop came     and Lee took the lead after pairing his king. The   on the turn and the   on the river were no help to Lakhov who was sent home in eighth place.

Preston Lee1,320,000138,000
Alexander Lakhov0-231,000
Thursday, June 21, 2018 3:28 PM Local Time
Hands #69-71: Kertland Shoves on Reategui

Hand #69: The action folded to Alexander Lakhov in the small blind who shoved all in and Dylan Linde folded his big blind.

Hand #70: Linde limped in from the small blind and Young Phan checked his option. The flop came     and Linde check-folded to a bet of 20,000 from Phan.

Hand #71: Jesse Kertland opened to 35,000 from middle position and was called by Young Phan in the small blind and Anthony Reategui in the big blind. The flop fell     and the action checked to Kertland who continued for 44,000. Phan folded and Reategui check-raised to 150,000. Kertland thought for a moment and then shoved all in for around 950,000. Reategui was forced to give up his hand and Kertland dragged in a healthy pot.

Anthony Reategui1,400,000-110,000
Jesse Kertland1,220,000521,000
Thursday, June 21, 2018 3:22 PM Local Time
Bobby Peacock Wins the $1K Double Stack WSOP Event

Robert "Bobby" Peacock beat out 855 to win the World Series of Poker $1K Double Stack event. The cash game professional took home his first World Series of Poker bracelet. The boisterous rail cheered him on for the two day final table. Danielle Anderson, Justin Oliver, and Jesse Sylvia were just some of the notable professional poker players on Peacock's rail. In addition to his bracelet, Bobby Peacock takes home $644,244!

Thursday, June 21, 2018 3:21 PM Local Time
Hands #65-68:

Hand #65: Dylan Linde raised from the hijack to 26,000 and Preston Lee called from the small blind, and Corey Dodd from the big blind. The flop was     and all the players checked. Lee lead out on the   turn with a bet of 105,000 and that resulted in both of his opponents folding.

Hand #66: Royce Matheson raised to 30,000 from the under the gun position and Dylan Linde pushed all-in two seats later. Everyone folded and Linde started rebuilding his stack.

Hand #67: Preston Lee raised to 26,000 from the cutoff and Royce Matheson defended his big blind. Matheson check-called a 33,000 bet on the    . The turn was the   and Royce check-called a bet of 80,000. The   river came down and both players checked.

Matheson won the hand by showing down   .

Hand #68: Young Phan raised to 30,000 from early position, but when it folded to Jesse Kertland on the button he three-bet to 95,000. Phan folded.

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Thursday, June 21, 2018 3:12 PM Local Time
Hands #61-64: Dodd Takes a Chunk from Reategui

Hand #61: Alexander Lakhov limped in from the small blind and Dylan Linde checked his option. The flop came     and Lakhov led out for 13,000. Linde called to see the   on the turn and Lakhov checked this time. Linde fired out a bet of 41,000 and Lakhov folded.

Hand #62: Jesse Kertland opened to 27,000 in the hijack and everyone folded.

Hand #63: Preston Lee raised to 26,000 from under the gun and picked up the pot.

Hand #64: Corey Dodd opened to 30,000 from under the gun and Anthony Reategui called from the small blind. The flop fell     and Reategui bet 20,000 before the cards hit the board. Dodd raised to 70,000 and Reategui quickly called.

The turn brought the   and Reategui checked to Dodd who counted out a bet of 150,000. Reategui snap-called and the   paired the board on the river. Reategui checked again and Dodd knuckled the table behind. Reategui tabled    and Dodd showed his    to scoop the pot.

Thursday, June 21, 2018 3:06 PM Local Time
Bas de Laat Eliminated in 9th Place ($19,245)

Bas de Laat

Hand #60: Anthony Reategui raised to 35,000 from middle position and Bas de Laat three-bet shoved all in for around 150,000 in the small blind. The action was back on Reategui who made the call with his large chip stack.

Anthony Reategui:   
Bas de Laat:   

The flop came     and Reategui took the lead with a pair of eights. The   on the turn gave de Laat even more outs but the   on the river only improved Reategui's hand to two pair.

Anthony Reategui1,720,00026,000
Bas de Laat0-220,000
Thursday, June 21, 2018 2:59 PM Local Time
Hands #54-59: Kertland Hits Quads

Hand #54: Jesse Kertland raised to 30,000, but he folded when Anthony Reategui three-bet to 87,000.

Hand #55: Alexander Lakhov raised to 25,000 and Preston Lee called. The flop was     and Lee checked to Lakhov. Lakhov continued with a bet of 26,000 and that won him the pot.

Hand #56: Bas de Laat pushed all-in, but no one called.

Hand #57: Anthony Reategui raised to 35,000 and Jesse Kertland called. The flop was     and Kertland check-called a bet of 45,000 from Reategui.

The turn was the   and both players checked. Kertland lead out on the   river with a bet of 120,000 and Reategui was very quick with the call.

Kertland opened up    for quads while Reategui had    for a full house.

Hand #58: Anthony Reategui raised to 30,000 and everyone folded.

Hand #59: Anthony Reategui raised to 35,000 and everyone folded.

Thursday, June 21, 2018 2:46 PM Local Time
Hands #49-53: No Flops to See

Hand #49: Anthony Reategui raised to 30,000 from the hijack and picked up the blinds and antes with   .

Hand #50: Jesse Kertland opened to 26,000 on the button and Royce Matheson three-bet to 82,000 out of the small blind. The big blind folded and Kertland's cards quickly hit the muck.

Hand #51: Kertland raised to 26,000 in the cutoff and Alexander Lakhov shoved all in from the big blind. Kertland quickly threw his cards away again.

Hand #52: Corey Dodd made it 30,000 to go from middle position and everyone folded.

Hand #53: Young Phan received a walk in the big blind.

Thursday, June 21, 2018 2:24 PM Local Time
Break

Players are on their first 15-minute break of the day.

Anthony Reategui1,694,0000
Preston Lee1,182,000207,000
Royce Matheson867,000-133,000
Corey Dodd781,000116,500
Jesse Kertland699,00036,500
Young Phan543,000-127,000
Dylan Linde337,00017,000
Alexander Lakhov231,000-86,000
Bas de Laat220,000-25,000
Thursday, June 21, 2018 2:23 PM Local Time
Endrit Geci Eliminated in 10th Place ($15,180)

Endrit Geci - 10th place

Hand #48: In the last hand before the break, Anthony Reategui raised to 30,000 from the hijack, stating that he was on tilt. Endrit Geci called on the button and the two players went heads-up to a flop of    .

Reategui led out for 30,000 and Geci called to see the   on the turn. Both players checked and the   completed the board. Reategui checked again and Geci slid in a bet of 97,000. Reategui instantly splashed in a stack of T25,000 chips, enough to put Geci to the test for his remaining 258,000.

With four minutes to go before the break, Geci gave the table a fair warning that he needed time to think. "Go ahead and take your break, guys." As the break approached, Geci finally made the call and tabled    for two pair. Unfortunately for him, Reategui held    for a straight and eliminated Geci in tenth place.

Anthony Reategui1,694,000594,000
Endrit Geci0-663,500
Thursday, June 21, 2018 2:18 PM Local Time
Hand #43-47: Dobb Getting Active

Hand #43: Anthony Reategui raised to 27,000 and Corey Dobb called. The flop was     and both players checked.

Reategui bet 45,000 on the   turn and Dobb called. The river was the   and both players checked. Reategui showed    for the winning hand.

Hand #44: Corey Dobb raised to 25,000 and Anthony Reategui called his bet. They checked on the     flop and did the same on the   turn. Dobb check-folded to a bet of Reategui on the   river and gave up the pot.

Hand #45: Corey Dobb raised to 25,000 and Preston Lee called. The flop was     and Lee check-called a bet of 20,000. The turn was the   and Lee check-folded this time after a 55,000 bet by Dobb.

Hand #46: Alexander Lakhov raised to 25,000 bet he and everyone else in the hand folded when Preston Lee three-bet. Everyone folded so fast the dealer wasn't even able to count how big the bet was.

Hand #47:
Royce Matheson raised to 25,000 and he was called by Anthony Reategui, Preston Lee and Corey Dodd. Reategui took over the betting action when it checked to him on the     board. He put out a 55,000 bet and Lee was the only one interested.

Reategui bet 75,000 when the   turn came down and Lee raised to 230,000. Reategui gave up and the pot went to Lee.

Thursday, June 21, 2018 2:03 PM Local Time
Hands #39-42: Win One, Lose One for Kertland

Hand #39: Young Phan opened to 25,000 from middle position and Endrit Geci called from the cutoff. The two players saw a flop of     and Phan led out for 38,000. Geci called and the   landed on the turn. Phan checked this time and Geci slid in a bet of 80,000. Phan quickly folded and Geci raked in the pot.

Hand #40: Anthony Reategui raised to 30,000 in middle position and Jesse Kertland called on the button. The flop came     and Reategui continued for 35,000. Kertland called and the   rolled off on the turn. Reategui checked to Kertland who bet 43,000 and Reategui quickly folded.

Hand #41: Reategui made it 25,000 to go again and Royce Matheson called on the button along with Alexander Lakhov in the big blind. The flop fell     and Reategui took it down with a bet of 45,000.

Hand #42: Kertland opened to 25,000 from the hijack and Dylan Linde defended his big blind. The flop came     and both players checked to the   on the turn. Linde led out for 45,000 and Kertland stuck around to see the   on the river. Linde pushed forward another bet of 110,000 and Kertland thought for a brief moment before mucking his cards.

Thursday, June 21, 2018 1:49 PM Local Time
Hands #36-38: Lee Wins on Dangerous Board

Hand #36: Jesse Kertland raised to 20,000 and Royce Matheson called. Kertland continued on the     flop and Matheson folded.

Hand #37: Kertland raised to 19,000 and the rest of the players folded.

Hand #38: Bas De Laat raised to 19,000 and Anthony Reategui, Preston Lee and Corey Dodd were all interested enough to call the bet.

The flop was     and it was checked to Lee. Lee bet out 65,000 and De Laat was the only player who called. De Laat check-called a 120,000 bet on the   turn and the   river was dealt. De Laat checked again and Lee bet out another 120,000. De Laat took his time and eventually make the call to see Lee open up   . De Laat mucked and lost a big pot.

Preston Lee975,000319,000
Bas de Laat245,000-416,000
Thursday, June 21, 2018 1:36 PM Local Time
Hands #31-35: Dodd Can't Find Any Action

Hand #31: Corey Dodd raised to 20,000 from the hijack and everyone folded.

Hand #32: Endrit Geci opened to 18,000 in middle position and Dylan Linde called from the big blind. The flop came     and Linde gave up to a bet of 28,000 from Geci.

Hand #33: Dodd raised it up again to 20,000 but couldn't pick up any action.

Hand #34: Alexander Lakhov raised to 20,000 in the cutoff and was called by Young Phan in the small blind along with Anthony Reategui in the big blind. The flop came     and the action checked around to the   on the turn. Reategui was the first to take a shot at the pot with a bet of 45,000 and his opponents folded.

Hand #35: The action folded around to Reategui in the small blind who made it 24,000 to go and Preston Lee let his blind go.