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

Sunday, June 24, 2018 to Tuesday, June 26, 2018

Event #50: $1,500 Razz

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  • Buy-in: $1,500
  • Prizepool: $525,150
  • Entries: 389
  • Remaining: 0

EVENT UPDATES

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Tuesday, June 26, 2018 4:09 PM Local Time
McKenna Moves Into the Chip Lead

Michael McKenna:   /    / 
Jeffrey Mitseff:   /    / 

Picking up the action on fifth street, Jeff Mitseff put out a bet, Michael McKenna called. On sixth street, Michael McKenna paired his seven. Mitseff put a bet out and McKenna called.

On seventh, both players checked and McKenna just showed his   indicating a ten low. Mitseff showed     so McKenna showed the rest of his     and that would earn him the pot.

Michael Mckenna730,000235,000
Jeffrey Mitseff150,000-137,000
Tuesday, June 26, 2018 3:58 PM Local Time
More For Urbanovich

Dzmitry Urbanovich:    /      /  
Adam Owen:      /  

Dzmitry Urbanovich completed on third street and Adam Owen defended his bring in. Urbanoich bet on fourth and fifth, Owen called both before taking the on-board lead on sixth and he bet. Urbanovich called before both checked on seventh.

Owen showed     for a queen-seven, while Urbanovich showed     for a ten-eight to win the pot.

Adam Owen630,000-40,000
Dzmitry Urbanovich525,00035,000
Tuesday, June 26, 2018 3:50 PM Local Time
Mitseff Drops Some to Urbanovich

Dzmitry Urbanovich completed and called when Jeff Mitseff made it two bets.

Dzmitry Urbanovich:   /    / 
Jeff Mitseff:   /    / 

Mitseff bet on fourth and Urbanovich called. On fifth, Urbanovich had the lead and he bet. Mitseff called. Urbanovich bet on sixth and Mitseff called again.

On seventh, Urbanovich bet one more time but this time Mitseff let it go and Urbanovich took down the pot with no showdown.

Dzmitry Urbanovich490,00080,000
Jeffrey Mitseff287,000-98,000
Tuesday, June 26, 2018 3:46 PM Local Time
Mckenna Over Taylor

Michael Mckenna

Jay Kwon:    /   - fold
Thomas Taylor:    /      /  
Michael Mckenna:    /      /  

Jay Kwon completed on third street, Thomas Taylor raised, Michael Mckenna reraised, Kwon folded and Taylor called.

Mckenna bet up until seventh street and Taylor called him down. On seventh street Mckenna checked, Taylor bet, Mckenna check-raised and Taylor mulled it over for a bit before he folded.

Michael Mckenna495,00085,000
Thomas Taylor310,000-155,000
Tuesday, June 26, 2018 3:41 PM Local Time
Jeanne David Eliminated in 8th ($10,240)

Jeanne David

Jeff Mitseff completed and Adam Owen made it two bets. Jeanne David moved all in with her short stack for less than the second bet and Mitseff called, closing the action.

Adam Owen:   /  
Jeff Mitseff:   /  
Jeanne David:   /  

Owen bet on fourth street and Mitseff quickly released. Owen revealed his    under while David held   .

Adam Owen:   /    / 
Jeanne David:   /    / 

By seventh street Owen completed a ten-six low and David was left drawing dead. She ended up with a queen low and she was eliminated from the tournament in 8th place for $10,240.

Adam Owen670,00035,000
Jeanne David0-17,000
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Tuesday, June 26, 2018 3:34 PM Local Time
Owen Wins a Big One Against David

Jeanne David:    /      /  
Adam Owen:    /      /  
Kevin Iacofano:    /     - fold

Jeanne David completed, Adam Owen called and Kevin Iacofano defended his bring in.

David bet with the best board on fourth and both Owen and Iacofano called. Iacofano checked on fifth to David's and Owen's paired boards, David bet, Owen called and Iacofano folded. David bet on sixth, Owen called and David check-called a bet on seventh.

Owen tabled     for a nine-eight, besting David's     for a ten-six.

Adam Owen635,000185,000
Kevin Iacofano415,000-45,000
Jeanne David17,000-128,000
Tuesday, June 26, 2018 3:33 PM Local Time
Taylor Takes a Three Way Pot

Thomas Taylor completed before Adam Owen made it two bets. Jay Kwon called as did Taylor.

Thomas Taylor:   /    / 
Jay Kwon:   /    / 
Adam Owen:   /     — folded on Sixth

Owen bet on fourth street and both of his opponents called. On fifth street, Kwon bet and both players called. On sixth, Taylor led out and Owen folded while Kwon called.

Both players checked the river. Taylor showed    . It was enough to win and he scooped the pot.

Thomas Taylor465,000130,000
Adam Owen450,00050,000
Jay Kwon225,000-30,000
Tuesday, June 26, 2018 3:18 PM Local Time
David Doubles Through Urbanovich

Dzmitry Urbanovich:    /     
Jeanne David:    /     

Dzmitry Urbanovich completed on third street and Jeanne David called.

David bet with the better board on fourth and fifth, Urbanovich called then bet on sixth street. David called all in for 11,000.

Dzmitry Urbanovich:    /     
Jeanne David:    /     

David was in the lead with a jack-nine, although Urbanovich caught a   on seventh street to make a jack-seven. David sweated her final card and turned over a   to make a ten-nine to double up.

Dzmitry Urbanovich410,000-60,000
Jeanne David145,00065,000
Tuesday, June 26, 2018 3:13 PM Local Time
Kyle Montgomery Eliminated in 9th Place ($7,881)

Kyle Montgomery

Dzmitry Urbanovich completed and Kyle Montgomery made it two bets. Action folded back to Urbanovich who called.

Dzmitry Urbanovich:   /  
Kyle Montgomery:   /  

On fourth, Urbanovich bet, Montgomery raised and Urbanovich put a stack in to put Montgomery all in. Montgomery called. Their boards ran out like so:

Dzmitry Urbanovich:   /    / 
Kyle Montgomery:   /    / 

Urbanovich ended up making a queen-eight low while Montgomery ended up with a queen-jack low. That meant that Montgomery would be sent to the rail in 9th place. He collected $7,881 for his run.

Dzmitry Urbanovich470,00090,000
Kyle Montgomery0-98,000
Tuesday, June 26, 2018 3:08 PM Local Time
Montgomery and David Below 100K

Jeanne David:    /     - fold
Jeffrey Mitseff:    /    
Kyle Montgomery:    /    - fold

Kyle Montgomery was the bring in, Jeanne David completed, Jeffrey Mitseff called and Montgomery defended.

Mitseff checked on fourth, as did Montgomery before David bet. MItseff called and Montgomery folded.

Mitseff bet on fifth, David folded and Mitseff won the pot.

Jeffrey Mitseff385,000120,000
Kyle Montgomery98,000-72,000
Jeanne David80,000-60,000
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Tuesday, June 26, 2018 3:04 PM Local Time
Kwon Gets Some Back

Jay Kwon:   /    / 
Kyle Montgomery:   /    / 

Action was on sixth street and Kwon put out a bet. Montgomery called. On seventh street Kwon bet again. Montgomery called again. Kwon showed down his     and that allowed him to take down the pot with his seven-six low.

Jay Kwon255,00085,000
Kyle Montgomery170,000-100,000
Tuesday, June 26, 2018 2:50 PM Local Time
Montgomery's Nine Tops Mckenna's Ten

Michael Mckenna:    /     
Kyle Montgomery:    /      /  

Michael Mckenna completed on third street and Kyle Montgomery called. Montgomery bet with the better board on fourth street, Mckenna called and Mckenna bet the rest of the way with the better board. Montgomery called.

Mckenna showed     for a ten-seven, while Montgomery showed     for a nine-eight to win the pot.

Michael Mckenna460,0000
Kyle Montgomery270,0009,000
Tuesday, June 26, 2018 2:37 PM Local Time
Iacofano Takes From McKenna

Kevin Iacofano called after Michael McKenna completed and the two went heads up to fourth street.

Kevin Iacofano:   /    / 
Michael McKenna:   /    / 

Iacofano bet on fourth street and McKenna called. On fifth street, McKenna bet and Iacofano called. On sixth, Iacofano bet and McKenna called.

Both players checked on seventh street. Iacofano showed     for an eighty-six.

"I was drawing to a nine," McKenna said showing his  . He dropped the pot and Iacofano moved back over 500,000 chips.

Kevin Iacofano520,00040,000
Michael Mckenna460,000-80,000
Tuesday, June 26, 2018 2:30 PM Local Time
Mckenna Tops Taylor

Thomas Taylor:    /      /  
Michael Mckenna:    /      /  
Jay Kwon:    /    - fold

Jay Kwon completed on third street, Thomas Taylor called and Michael Mckenna called.

Taylor checked with the best board on fourth, Mckenna bet, Kwon folded and Taylor called. Mckenna took the on-board lead the rest of the way, betting on fifth, sixth and seventh. Taylor called him down, but mucked when Mckenna tabled     for an eight-six.

Michael Mckenna540,00063,000
Thomas Taylor300,000-10,000
Tuesday, June 26, 2018 2:25 PM Local Time
Owen Recovers, Makes a Big Call Against Kwon

Adam Owen completed and was called by Kevin Iacofano before Jay Kwon made it two bets. Owen called as did Iacofano.

Adam Owen:    /      /  
Jay Kwon:    /      /  

On fourth Kown bet and Owen called. On fifth, Owen took over the lead when Kwon paired. Owen checked and Kwon bet. Owen called. On sixth, Owen led out with a bet and Kwon called.

On seventh, Owen bet again but this time Kwon raised, making it two bets. Owen started talking to himself under his breath and thought for about 30 seconds before calling. Kwon showed     for a nine-five low but Owen had him beat with     for a eight-five low, so Owen scooped the pot to move around 400,000 chips.

Adam Owen400,000170,000
Jay Kwon170,000-85,000
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Tuesday, June 26, 2018 2:18 PM Local Time
Urbanovich Over Taylor

Thomas Taylor:    /      /  
Dzmitry Urbanovich:    /      /  

Thomas Taylor completed on third street and Dzmitry Urbanovich called.

Urbanovich bet with the better board every street the rest of the way and Taylor called him down.

Urbanovich tabled     for an eight-five, Taylor mucked and Urbanovich won the pot.

Dzmitry Urbanovich380,00080,000
Thomas Taylor310,000-100,000
Tuesday, June 26, 2018 2:13 PM Local Time
Mitseff Razzles Owen

Adam Owen completed with the   and Jeff Mitseff called holding the  .

Adam Owen:    /      /  
Jeff Mitseff:    /      /  

Owen bet on fourth and Mitseff called. Owen bet again on fifth and Mitseff called again. On sixth, Owen continued betting and Mitseff called.

On seventh, Owen tried one final bet. Mitseff called again.

"Jack," Owen said. Mitseff showed his     and that was enough to earn him the pot with his seven low.

Jeffrey Mitseff265,00074,000
Adam Owen230,000-110,000
Tuesday, June 26, 2018 2:11 PM Local Time
Urbanovich Wins on Fifth

Kevin Iacofano:    /    - fold
Dzmitry Urbanovich:    /    
Jay Kwon:    /     - fold

Kevin Iacofano completed on third street, Dzmitry Urbanovich called and Jay Kwon called.

Kwon bet on fourth street, only Urbanovich called and then he led on fifth street with the best board. Kwon folded and Urbanovich won the pot.

Kevin Iacofano480,000-34,000
Dzmitry Urbanovich300,00052,000
Jay Kwon255,000-40,000
Tuesday, June 26, 2018 12:11 PM Local Time
Iacofano Leads Nine Remaining Players in Event #50: $1,500 Razz

Kevin Iacofano

Only nine remain in Event #50: $1,500 Razz and leading the pack is Kevin Iacofano. Iacofano has over $800,000 in World Series of Poker earnings over the course of his career, but has yet to lock up his first bracelet. Standing in his way and also seeking their first bracelets are Adam Owen and Dzmitry Urbanovich. In fact, no one making the final table of this event has a bracelet to their name yet, so it will be a landmark achievement for whoever can lock it up.

Towards the finish of Day 2, Iacofano put a big dent in the stack of the last remaining bracelet winner, David Singer, in a hand during which the two players went to seventh street and Singer folded to Iacofano's bet. Singer left himself with just 5,000 chips and was eliminated shortly thereafter, but Iacofano carried that momentum until the end of the day, bagging up the biggest stack left in the tournament.

Others making this final table include Jeff Mitseff who ran deep in Event #46: $2,500 Mixed Omaha Hi-Lo 8 or Better/Seven Card Stud Hi-Lo 8 or Better just last week, coming 15th for $7,074; Jeanne David, who is making her first World Series of Poker final table; two-time World Series of Poker Circuit ring winner Thomas Taylor; and Kyle Montgomery who is making his third World Series of Poker final table after coming second last year in Event #42: $3,000 No-Limit Hold'em Shootout.

SeatPlayerCountryChip Count
1Jay KwonUnited States295,000
2Jeff MitseffUnited States191,000
3Thomas TaylorCanada410,000
4Michael MckennaUnited States477,000
5Adam OwenUnited Kingdom340,000
6Kevin IacofanoUnited States514,000
7Dzmitry UrbanovichPoland248,000
8Kyle MontgomeryUnited States261,000
9Jeanne DavidUnited States194,000

Play is scheduled to resume at 2 p.m. (PDT) in the Brasilia Room (Bronze section), and players will kick back off in Level 21 with limits of 12,000 and 24,000 with an ante of 2,000.

The plan is to play down to a winner and PokerNews will return with coverage from top to bottom. Make sure to tune back in to see the exciting conclusion and to find out who will be the newest owner of a World Series of Poker gold bracelet.

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