Thursday, June 28, 2018 12:57 AM Local Time
Christopher Chung Eliminated in 4th Place ($93,009)
Matt Szymaszek raised and Christopher Chung reraised on the button, putting his 215,000 in. Anthony Zinno called and Szymaszek raised again, with Zinno calling. The flop came and Szymaszek's bet chased Zinno.
Chung had been outflopped and his rail called for a five or "at least a six or an eight." Instead, it was a and then and the most significant rail of anyone remaining was left disappointed. Chung shook hands with his opponents and took a payout ticket.
"Let's go drink," he said.
|Matt Szymaszek||3,400,000||800,000 |
|Christopher Chung||0||-255,000 |
Thursday, June 28, 2018 12:54 AM Local Time
Szymaszek Takes the Lead
Matt Szymaszek raised from the button and Scott Seiver called from the big blind. They went heads-up to the flop and both players checked.
The turn was the and Seiver check-called a bet from Szymaszek. The completed the board and Seiver checked. Szymaszek threw out a bet and Seiver began to talk himself through the hand. He eventually called and Szymaszek showed for a rivered flush.
Seiver mucked his hand and Szymaszek who was down to just one big bet during four-handed play has moved into the chip lead.
|Matt Szymaszek||2,600,000||500,000 |
|Scott Seiver||2,000,000||-800,000 |
Thursday, June 28, 2018 12:49 AM Local Time
Chung Now Short
Matt Szymaszek completed the blind and Christopher Chung checked. Szymaszek bet the flop and Chung called. Both checked the and Szymaszek bet the river. Chung tanked awhile and called, with Szymaszek taking showdown with .
|Matt Szymaszek||2,100,000||600,000 |
|Christopher Chung||255,000||-320,000 |
Thursday, June 28, 2018 12:45 AM Local Time
Szymaszek Doubles Through Chung
Matt Szymaszek raised and Christopher Chung three-bet. Szymaszek called and they went heads-up to the flop. Szymaszek checked, Chung bet and Szymaszek check-raised.
Chung called and the dealer burned and turned the . Szymaszek bet, Chung raised and Szymaszek moved all-in. Chung called turning over his but Szymaszek had flopped a straight with his .
The river sealed the deal for Szymaszek who dragged in the pot and doubled his stack.
|Matt Szymaszek||1,500,000||930,000 |
|Christopher Chung||575,000||-725,000 |
Thursday, June 28, 2018 12:40 AM Local Time
Chung Catches Szymaszek
Matt Szymaszek completed the blind and Christopher Chung checked. The board ran out with Szymaszek betting every street. Chung went into the tank on the river.
"I can only beat a bluff," he said. "Only a bluff..."
Finally, he did call and Szymaszek tabled for a bluff. Chung showed and his rail went wild.
|Christopher Chung||1,300,000||635,000 |
|Matt Szymaszek||570,000||-530,000 |
Thursday, June 28, 2018 12:32 AM Local Time
Szymaszek Versus Chung
Matt Szymaszek limped in from the small blind and Christopher Chung checked from the big blind. They went heads-up to the flop and Szymaszek led out with a bet. Chung raised and Szymaszek called.
The turn was the and Szymaszek tossed out a bet. Chung thought it over for about 30-seconds before folding and Szymaszek took the pot.
|Matt Szymaszek||1,100,000||330,000 |
|Christopher Chung||665,000||-80,000 |
Thursday, June 28, 2018 12:27 AM Local Time
Szymaszek Earns a Few Bets
Anthony Zinno raised in the small blind and Matt Szymaszek called in the big. Zinno bet the and Szymaszek raised. Zinno tanked awhile and called. Zinno checked the turn and Szymaszek jammed for 130,000. Zinno thought awhile again and this time released.
|Anthony Zinno||1,200,000||-400,000 |
|Matt Szymaszek||770,000||320,000 |
Thursday, June 28, 2018 12:24 AM Local Time
Seiver Adds to His Stack
Anthony Zinno raised and Matt Szymaszek three-bet from the button. Scott Seiver called from the big blind and Zinno called. The went three-handed to the flop and the action checked around.
The turn was the , Seiver let out and both players quickly folded.
|Scott Seiver||2,800,000||600,000 |
|Anthony Zinno||1,600,000||-400,000 |
|Matt Szymaszek||450,000||-360,000 |
Thursday, June 28, 2018 12:16 AM Local Time
Level 29 started
Thursday, June 28, 2018 12:02 AM Local Time
The players are now on a 15-minute break. We will pick right back up on the action when play resumes.
|Scott Seiver||2,200,000||-400,000 |
|Anthony Zinno||2,000,000||500,000 |
|Matt Szymaszek||810,000||-690,000 |
|Christopher Chung||745,000||-255,000 |
Wednesday, June 27, 2018 11:48 PM Local Time
More for Szymaszek
Anthony Zinno raised on the button and Matt Szymaszek three-bet in the small blind. Christopher Chung tanked awhile and folded and it went heads up to . Szymaszek bet, Zinno raised and Szymaszek came back with three bets. Zinno called. He called again on the before both checked the .
Szymaszek turned over to win the pot.
|Matt Szymaszek||1,500,000||510,000 |
|Anthony Zinno||1,500,000||-400,000 |
Wednesday, June 27, 2018 11:44 PM Local Time
Szymaszek Chipping Back Up
Christopher Chung raised and Matt Szymaszek called from the big blind. They saw a flop of and Szymaszek check-called a bet from Chung. The turn was the and Szymaszek checked.
Chung bet and Szymaszek check-raised. Chung folded and Szymaszek dragged in the pot. Szymaszek who was left with less than one big bet just a few hands ago has chipped back up to nearly 1,000,000 as four-handed play continues.
|Christopher Chung||1,000,000||15,000 |
|Matt Szymaszek||990,000||300,000 |
Wednesday, June 27, 2018 11:36 PM Local Time
Szymaszek Survives on the River
Christopher Chung raised first to act and Matt Szymaszek called in the big blind. Szymaszek check-raised on and put the rest in on the turn.
Szymaszek was on the verge of busto and needed help on the river. He got it when the hit to counterfeit the sevens.
|Christopher Chung||985,000||-315,000 |
|Matt Szymaszek||690,000||360,000 |
Wednesday, June 27, 2018 11:34 PM Local Time
Ace is Enough for Zinno
Christopher Chung raised the button and Anthony Zinno three-bet from the big blind. Chung called, they saw a flop of and Zinno checked. Chung bet and Zinno check-raised.
Chung called and the dealer burned and turned the . Zinno led out with a bet and Chung called. The river was the and Zinno led out once again. Chung thought it over for about 30 seconds and made the call.
Zinno turned over for top pair and that was enough to take the pot.
|Anthony Zinno||1,900,000||400,000 |
|Christopher Chung||1,300,000||-600,000 |
Wednesday, June 27, 2018 11:28 PM Local Time
Szymaszek Triples Up
Anthony Zinno raised on the button, Matt Szymaszek called all in for slightly less and Christopher Chung called. They checked down and Szymaszek turned over . That was a winner as Zinno had and Chung .
|Matt Szymaszek||330,000||220,000 |
Wednesday, June 27, 2018 11:26 PM Local Time
Zinno Gets the Best of Szymaszek
Anthony Zinno raised from the small blind and Matt Szymaszek defended his big blind. They saw a flop of , Zinno bet and Szymaszek called. The turn was the and Szymaszek called another bet from Zinno.
The river was the and Szymaszek called a third bet from Zinno who turned over . Szymaszek mucked his hand and he was left with less than one big bet.
|Anthony Zinno||1,500,000||300,000 |
|Matt Szymaszek||110,000||-420,000 |
Wednesday, June 27, 2018 11:23 PM Local Time
Szymaszek Doubles Through Chung
Matt Szymaszek raised and then four-bet all in after Christopher Chung three-bet from the button.
The board ran and Szymaszek doubled.
|Christopher Chung||1,900,000||-300,000 |
|Matt Szymaszek||530,000||310,000 |
Wednesday, June 27, 2018 11:21 PM Local Time
Chung Takes from Szymaszek
Matt Szymaszek raised from the big blind and Christopher Chung three-bet from the small blind. Szymaszek called and they saw a flop of . Chung led out with a bet and Szymaszek called. The turn was the and Chung led out with another bet.
Szymaszek folded and he was left with less than two big bets.
|Christopher Chung||2,200,000||800,000 |
|Matt Szymaszek||220,000||-360,000 |
Wednesday, June 27, 2018 11:15 PM Local Time
Zinno Flops Top Two
Anthony Zinno defended big blind from a Christopher Chung button raise. Zinno check-called on and both checked the . Zinno bet the river and Chung called after about 30 seconds, with Zinno showing for kings up on the flop.
|Christopher Chung||1,400,000||-300,000 |
|Anthony Zinno||1,200,000||360,000 |
Wednesday, June 27, 2018 11:13 PM Local Time
Seiver Picks Off Chung
Christopher Chung limped in from the small blind and Scott Seiver raised from the big. They saw a flop of and Chung check-called a bet from Seiver.
The turn was the and both players knuckled the felt. The river was the , Chung bet and Seiver called.
Chung threw his hand face down into the muck and Seiver showed for a flush to take the pot and extend his chip lead.
|Scott Seiver||2,600,000||300,000 |
|Christopher Chung||1,700,000||-300,000 |