Saturday, July 7, 2018 5:36 PM Local Time
More Chip Counts From Amazon Purple
|Ignacio Sanchez||925,000||147,000 |
|Jake Cody||275,000||10,000 |
|Gavin Griffin||260,000||176,300 |
|Per Hildebrand||250,000||-20,000 |
|Jason Deutsch||175,000||58,000 |
|Shaun Suller||160,000||-49,300 |
|Danny Qutami||125,000||-15,100 |
|Alessio Isaia||125,000||-79,000 |
|Chris Grigorian||90,000||-28,100 |
|Jason Wheeler||0||-140,000 |
Saturday, July 7, 2018 5:35 PM Local Time
Saturday, July 7, 2018 5:34 PM Local Time
Diamonds Are Colache's Best Friend
Renata Colache and Matthew Leecy were heads-up on the board. There was already more than 40,000 in the pot and Colache shoved for about the same amount.
Leecy called turning over his for top pair and Colache would need to improve holding . The completed the board and Colache spiked her flush on the river to double her stack.
|Matthew Leecy||155,000||31,400 |
|Renata Colache||122,000||-18,000 |
Saturday, July 7, 2018 5:34 PM Local Time
Albertson Sends Another One Out
Cory Albertson opened to 7,000 from early position. The player in the hijack three-bet shoved for 48,500.
''48,500, that is nothing!'' commented Albertson before throwing in chips signifying a call.
Albertson hit a pretty favorable flop of . The turn and river filled up the board and Albertson stood up to hug his opponent, before sending him to the exit.
|Cory Albertson||1,250,000||125,000 |
Saturday, July 7, 2018 5:30 PM Local Time
Updated Counts from Amazon Tan
|Brian Saltus||680,000||0 |
|Matas Cikinas||650,000||310,000 |
|Anthony Marsico||630,000||-70,000 |
|Nils Tolpingrud||630,000||244,000 |
|Nick Maimone||600,000||-83,000 |
|Ronni Borg||520,000||240,000 |
|Paul Volpe||425,000||-17,000 |
|Patrik Antonius||410,000||60,000 |
|Ralph Perry||370,000||80,000 |
|Phachara Wongwichit||370,000||195,000 |
|Dennis Wilke||290,000||290,000 |
|Loni Harwood||275,000||-165,000 |
|James Obst||240,000||100,000 |
|Konstantin Beylin||240,000||-60,000 |
|Aurelie Reard||210,000||50,000 |
|Nathan Henry||210,000||85,000 |
|Prince Cassell||180,000||120,000 |
|Jean-Pascal Savard||165,000||45,000 |
|Daniel Barriocanal||150,000||40,000 |
|Barny Boatman||135,000||-27,000 |
|Xuan Liu||110,000||-120,000 |
|George Danzer||0||-57,000 |
Saturday, July 7, 2018 5:29 PM Local Time
Reard Folds Trips
With a substantial pot of about 100,000 already brewing the board reading , Aurelie Reard was in the cutoff and facing a decision for 45,000 from a player in middle position.
After over four minutes in the tank, she folded and showed the . Her opponent said he just had a nine as he took the pot.
|Aurelie Reard||160,000||-70,000 |
Saturday, July 7, 2018 5:27 PM Local Time
Bernabeu Folds the River
Samuel Bernabeu raised to 7,000 from middle position, the player in the hijack called, and the player on the button called.
The flop came down and action checked to the player on the button who bet 9,000. Bernabeu check-raised to 22,000, the player in the hijack folded, and the button called.
The turn was the , Bernabeu checked, his opponent bet 44,000, and Bernabeu called.
The river was the , Bernabeu checked, his opponent jammed for 112,000-ish, and Bernabeu folded.
|Samuel Bernabeu||1,270,000||-80,000 |
Saturday, July 7, 2018 5:23 PM Local Time
Assorted Counts From Brasilia Room
|Chris Moorman||505,000||10,000 |
|Jason Gooch||385,000||-35,000 |
|Cliff Josephy||335,000||-75,000 |
|Jonathan Hilton||330,000||30,000 |
|Per Hildebrand||270,000||20,000 |
|Jake Cody||265,000||5,000 |
|Sylvain Loosli||262,000||39,300 |
|Theo Tran||220,500||-39,500 |
|Allan Le||210,000||110,000 |
|Kristen Bicknell||205,500||115,500 |
|Adam Levy||200,000||120,000 |
|Yevgeniy Timoshenko||197,000||-38,000 |
|Scott Clements||185,000||135,000 |
|Alan Widmann||166,000||-34,000 |
|Tom McEvoy||145,000||-35,000 |
|Jonathan Levy||135,500||-104,100 |
|Tom Marchese||120,000||-40,000 |
|Roland Israelashvili||108,000||1,000 |
|Ian O'Hara||65,000||-45,000 |
|Lena Evans||55,000||-52,000 |
Saturday, July 7, 2018 5:22 PM Local Time
Chip Counts from Brasilia Bronze
|Dan Heimiller||560,000||185,000 |
|Daniel Fuhs||520,000||255,000 |
|Ben Yu||510,000||195,000 |
|Michael Wang||455,000||307,500 |
|Kevin MacPhee||395,000||25,000 |
|Jared Bleznick||380,000||10,000 |
|Ted Lawson||365,000||145,000 |
|Brian Kim||360,000||150,000 |
|Matthew Vaughan||360,000||-25,000 |
|Brian Yoon||350,000||5,000 |
|Kyle Julius||325,000||-25,000 |
|Jean Gaspard||320,000||-40,000 |
|Amal Bounahra||285,000||132,000 |
|Eric Vallee||280,000||0 |
|Darren Elias||270,000||-50,000 |
|Katie Stone||240,000||-20,000 |
|James Akenhead||240,000||70,000 |
|Daniel Chambers||240,000||-70,000 |
|David Eilers||210,000||-120,000 |
|Lee Markholt||180,000||102,000 |
|Nick DiVella||170,000||10,000 |
|Jonathan Duhamel||165,000||32,000 |
|Jesse Sylvia||130,000||20,000 |
|Jordan Siegel||115,000||-8,500 |
|Tyler Patterson||110,000||20,000 |
|Aaron Steury||110,000||-15,000 |
|Justin Gardenhire||0||-130,000 |
Saturday, July 7, 2018 5:20 PM Local Time
Mai Lays a Bad Beat on Condo
After an opening raise to 7,000, Nicholas Condo just called from the cutoff. Huu Mai three-bet to 18,000 on the button and the action folded back to the initial raiser who just called. Condo now made it 78,000 to go and Mai bumped it up again to 200,000. That got the third player out of the hand and Condo moved all in for around 300,000. Mai made a quick call with already 200,000 in the pot and the cards were tabled.
The flop came and Condo increased his lead with a set of aces in what was a huge pot at this stage of the tournament. The on the turn gave Mai a straight draw and the landed on the river. Mai completed his straight and Condo jumped from his seat and sent his chair flying. Mai just came back from a huge deficit to eliminate Condo from the Main Event.
|Huu Mai||791,500||552,300 |
|Nicholas Condo||0||-101,300 |
Saturday, July 7, 2018 5:19 PM Local Time
Defeo Takes From Young, Climbs Higher
Gregory Defeo opened to 7,500 from early position. Jordan Young called from middle position.
The flop came . Defeo bet 9,000. Young called. The turn brought the . Defeo checked. Young fired 23,000, commenting, ''A little Michael Jordan on the turn!''
Defeo took a few seconds of reflection. ''You have a pair or no?''
''I don't think I'm allowed to say this, you got a pair?'' responded Young, jokingly.
Defeo didn't respond but proceeded to check-raise to 53,000. Jordan three-bet to 84,000. Defeo made the call. The river completed the board and both players opted to check. Defeo tabled to rake in the pot and Young mucked his hand.
|Gregory Defeo||660,000||70,000 |
|Jordan Young||460,000||-83,000 |
Saturday, July 7, 2018 5:15 PM Local Time
Four Dutchmen Down
Jochum Weenink was eliminated earlier today in a pot worth around 400,000 when he held and his opponents held and .
Paul Berende has also been eliminated as he tweeted that he reshoved into for 62,000 and the board ran out to not provide him with any help.
Oscar Kemps was eliminated when he shoved with for seven big blinds in the cutoff and was called by the player on the button who held . The flop came to give his opponent a full house. The turn was a but no extra queen came on the river to save Kemps' tournament life.
Joep Raemaekers just won a hand where the board read with about 58,000 in the middle. Raemaekers was sitting in the small blind and bet 45,000 after considering his options for a while. His opponent in the big blind called after around two minutes. Raemaekers tabled for the flopped flush and his opponent showed for the flopped set of deuces.
Steven van Zadelhoff just busted with pocket kings and Shaun Deeb was kind enough to recount what had happened:
Dong Kim had raised to 7,000 and one other player called. Van Zadelhoff three-bet to 27,500 from the small blind and only Kim called.
The flop came , Van Zadelhoff bet 25,000, and Kim called.
The turn was a and Van Zadelhoff bet 75,000 and Kim called with for the set of jacks on the flop to take Van Zadelhoff out of the running.
|Martijn Gerrits||475,000||15,000 |
|Govert Metaal||314,000||-16,000 |
|Michael Verhaaf||283,000||-19,000 |
|Joep Raemaekers||250,000||-43,000 |
|Luigi Knoppers||240,000||98,000 |
|Bas De Laat||175,000||-55,000 |
|Pim de Goede||100,000||-37,000 |
|Steven Van Zadelhoff||0||-121,000 |
|Jochum Weenink||0||-170,000 |
|Paul Berende||0||-75,000 |
|Oscar Kemps||0||-80,000 |
Saturday, July 7, 2018 5:15 PM Local Time
Lavenburg Sends One Home
Michael Lavenburg raised from middle position and three players called. They saw a flop of and the action checked around. The turn was the and Lavenburg bet 21,000 into a main pot of about 33,000.
The player next to act moved all in for 105,000 and it folded back to Lavenburg who called, turning over . His opponent showed and Lavenburg would need to fade an ace or a diamond on the river. The completed the board and Lavenburg's kings held up to earn him the pot and the knockout.
|Michael Lavenburg||655,000||230,000 |
Saturday, July 7, 2018 5:13 PM Local Time
Gooch Takes From Cody
The board was down when we got to the table and Jake Cody had check-called a bet from Jason Gooch. The river was the and Cody checked once more. Gooch bet 34,500 and Cody contemplated his decision before he made the call.
Gooch tabled for top pair and Cody mucked.
|Jason Gooch||420,000||91,000 |
|Jake Cody||260,000||-60,000 |
Saturday, July 7, 2018 5:12 PM Local Time
Coleman's Four-Bet Takes it Down
Maxx Coleman opened to 6,500 from early position, Damian Salas three-bet to 19,000 from the next seat over, Marc-Etienne McLaughlin called from the cutoff, Coleman four-bet to 65,000, and both Salas and McLaughlin folded.
|Damian Salas||600,000||-8,000 |
|Maxx Coleman||510,000||80,000 |
|Marc-Etienne McLaughlin||160,000||55,000 |
Saturday, July 7, 2018 5:09 PM Local Time
Hellmuth Busts to Arends
Over on the secondary feature table, Steve Billirakis made it 6,500 to go from early position and Jans Arends three-bet to 19,000. Phil Hellmuth four-bet to 50,000 and left himself 500 behind out of the blinds, which forced out Billirakis. Arends moved all in and Hellmuth called.
Hellmuth was in prime shape to score another double soon after the previous one, and the flop was no threat. On the turn, Hellmuth only had to fear the remaining three nines in the deck, however, the fell on the river and that ended Hellmuth's bid for another deep run in the Main Event.
The record 14-time WSOP bracelet winner left the table with a smile on his face and shook hands with all opponents before leaving the feature table area.
|Steve Billirakis||435,000||-15,000 |
|Jans Arends||246,000||56,000 |
|Phil Hellmuth||0||-52,000 |
Saturday, July 7, 2018 5:08 PM Local Time
Kling Gives Up
With about 25,000 chips in the middle and the board reading , action checked to Lauren Kling in the cutoff and she bet 7,500. The small blind called and the big blind folded.
The fell on the turn and both players checked.
The river brought the and the small blind but 15,500, sending Kling into the tank. She folded after about a minute and her opponent took the pot.
|Lauren Kling||48,000||-62,000 |
Saturday, July 7, 2018 5:00 PM Local Time
Elias Can't Beat Top Pair
From the cutoff, Darren Elias raised to 7,000 and the big blind called.
The flop landed and after the big blind checked, Elias continued for 7,000. The big blind cut out a check-raise amounting to 24,000, and Elias called.
Both players then checked down the and on the turn and river, and the big blind tabled his , forcing Elias to muck.
|Darren Elias||320,000||-65,000 |
Saturday, July 7, 2018 4:59 PM Local Time
Rockets for Jett Gets a Double-Up
All of the chips got in the middle preflop and it was Chip Jett looking to double up his stack of 119,500. Jett turned over while his opponent was in trouble with .
The board ran out , which proved to be safe for Jett as he held on for another double-up and finally sits on a more comfortable stack.
|Chip Jett||251,000||-49,000 |
Saturday, July 7, 2018 4:58 PM Local Time
DiVella Runs Into a Flush
The action folded to Nick DiVella on the button, and he raised and the big blind called.
The flop landed and the DiVella's opponent check-called a bet of 7,000 as the turn landed the .
DiVella bet again; this time for 16,000, and his opponent check-called before both players checked the on the river.
DiVella's opponent revealed his for a flush, and DiVella mucked.
|Nick DiVella||160,000||-65,000 |