Sunday, July 8, 2018 4:32 PM Local Time
716th - 740th Place Finishers
These players earned $19,900 for their respective finishes.
|Esam Goodarzy||0||-337,000 |
|Fengju Sun||0||-227,000 |
|Michael Verhaaf||0||-677,000 |
|Barry Schmiess||0||-286,000 |
|Jeffrey Lennon||0||-460,000 |
|Taylor Paur||0||0 |
|Jeremy Saderne||0||-52,000 |
|Joshua Abady||0||-146,000 |
|Andrew Chen||0||-250,000 |
|Ryan Messick||0||0 |
|Rohan Bhasin||0||-458,000 |
|Anthony Bogard||0||-50,000 |
|Amal Bounahra||0||-350,000 |
|Aditya Agarwal||0||0 |
|Walter Sato||0||-313,000 |
|Barak Oz||0||-578,000 |
|Jason Wandling||0||-165,000 |
|Jackie Glazier||0||0 |
|Jeffery Thomas||0||-45,000 |
|Monte Phelps||0||-140,000 |
|Loni Harwood||0||0 |
|Marc Mills||0||-66,500 |
|Josh Bergman||0||-410,000 |
|John Oneal||0||-128,000 |
|Patrick Barba||0||-138,000 |
Sunday, July 8, 2018 4:30 PM Local Time
Salas is the Short Stack on the Main Feature Table
Damian Salas limped in on the button and Tony Miles raised to 45,000 in the small blind. Salas called and the flop came . Both players checked and the landed on the turn.
Miles led out for 65,000 and Salas called to see the pair the board on the river. Miles fired another 150,000 and Salas called again. Miles turned over for kings full of aces and Salas sent his cards to the muck.
Here is a look at how the entire table stacks up.
|Tony Miles||1,200,000||532,000 |
|Antonio Esfandiari||856,000||72,000 |
|Andreas Kniep||801,000||261,000 |
|Yang Zhang||718,000||-133,000 |
|Simon Mallemaci||506,000||409,000 |
|Jose Puente||275,000||-40,000 |
|Keith Block||250,000||91,000 |
|Davidi Kitai||236,000||-221,000 |
|Damian Salas||170,000||-452,000 |
Sunday, July 8, 2018 4:29 PM Local Time
Whittington Doubles Over a Million in Massive Pot
According to Blake Whittington, Micah Smith opened from early position with a raise to 23,000 and Whittington flatted. Edward Sageer flatted behind bringing players three-ways to a flop.
The flop came down and Smith checked. Whittington put out a bet of 28,000 and Sageer moved all in for a bit over 150,000. Smith flatted and Whittington flatted as well.
The turn was the and Smith decided to lead out, cutting out a bet of 175,000. Whittington thought for a long while before putting in the call.
On the river, Smith moved all in with a covering stack on Whittington for about 250,000 effective. Whittington snap-called. Whittington revealed his for a rivered full house. Smith was holding for the flopped nut flush. So that meant Whittington earned a full double.
Sageer moved his purple monkey card protector, who he called Grapes, and revealed his for a flopped flush as well. That meant Whittington collected the main pot as well as double up to over one million chips.
|Blake Whittington||1,330,000||659,000 |
|Micah Smith||150,000||-171,000 |
|Edward Sageer||0||-474,000 |
Sunday, July 8, 2018 4:29 PM Local Time
Trudeau Wins a Flip
After a raise from under the gun by Jeffrey Trudeau and resistance from the player in the small blind, Trudeau got his last 283,000 in before the flop and turned over the . He was flipping against and held up thanks to a board of .
|Jeff Trudeau||590,000||290,000 |
Sunday, July 8, 2018 4:28 PM Local Time
Elias Wins on the Turn
Following a raise under the gun to 40,000, Lumni Zhuta called next to act, as did Darren Elias. The player on the button called, as did the big blind, and the flop landed .
The preflop raiser continued for 40,000, and only Elias called as the turn landed the .
Elias now had the action checked to him, and he bet 140,000 and his opponent check-folded.
|Darren Elias||795,000||195,000 |
Sunday, July 8, 2018 4:26 PM Local Time
Hanks Bluff Off a Chunk
On a completed board of , Brent Hanks bet 180,000 into about 220,000 from the small blind. The big blind said he'd gotten himself into a sticky spot and sighed but made the call after a bit of thinking. Hanks indicated the call was a winner and the big blind showed to take it down.
|Brent Hanks||386,000||-549,000 |
Sunday, July 8, 2018 4:24 PM Local Time
Akenhead Gets Value With Ace-High
James Akenhead bet 75,000 from the big blind on and Michael Haddad made the call out of the small blind after awhile. Both players checked the river and Haddad showed . Akenhead had it beat with .
|James Akenhead||1,320,000||970,000 |
|Michael Haddad||560,000||31,000 |
Sunday, July 8, 2018 4:23 PM Local Time
Rheem Takes From Cannuli
Following the river of a board with roughly 375,000 in the pot, Chino Rheem bet 200,000 from the big blind. Tom Cannuli tanked for a bit in the cutoff before he called.
Rheem tabled for a set of queens, Cannuli flashed as he mucked and Rheem took the pot.
|Chino Rheem||2,390,000||420,000 |
|Tom Cannuli||530,000||-290,000 |
Sunday, July 8, 2018 4:21 PM Local Time
A Few More Amazon Purple Chip Counts
|Farukh Tach||2,050,000||-114,000 |
|Chino Rheem||1,970,000||530,000 |
|Jonathan Hilton||920,000||45,000 |
|Shaun Deeb||860,000||80,000 |
|Eric Hicks||740,000||-270,000 |
|Andrew Graham||670,000||-560,000 |
|Eugene Todd||570,000||206,000 |
|Jared Palmer||566,000||495,000 |
|Mike Cordell [Michael Cordell]||560,000||-300,000 |
|James Romero||470,000||-30,000 |
|Alan Cutler||390,000||-10,000 |
|Adam Levy||315,000||-665,000 |
|Scott Vener||295,000||115,000 |
|Jordan Cristos||290,000||-30,000 |
|Tom McEvoy||215,000||-19,000 |
|Timothy Cramer||0||-215,000 |
Sunday, July 8, 2018 4:14 PM Local Time
Stone Doubles Through Lovey
Katie Stone raised to 25,000 from early position and Raphael Lovey re-raised to 100,000 next to act. It folded back to Stone who called and they went heads up to the flop.
Stone checked and Lovey moved all in covering Stone who had just over 300,000 behind. Stone called and Lovey showed for just ace king high.
Stone turned over her and was in great shape to double up and she did just that when the and completed the board.
|Katie Stone||850,000||15,000 |
|Raphael Lovey||600,000||74,000 |
Sunday, July 8, 2018 4:13 PM Local Time
Young Eliminated by Montizanti
Catching the action on the flop of , Jordan Young was all in for his last 75,000 from the big blind and was met with one call before Elizabeth Montizanti pushed out two big stacks of chips amounting to a raise of somewhere in the vicinity of 225,000.
The player in the small blind folded, as did the first caller, and the cards were tabled.
Young would need some runner-runner help to stay alive, but when the rolled off on the turn, his chances of survival would be cut down to zero.
The river landed the meaningless , and Young headed to the rail while Montizanti climbed over 1.2 million.
|Elizabeth Montizanti||1,216,000||236,000 |
|Jordan Young||0||-110,000 |
Sunday, July 8, 2018 4:13 PM Local Time
Gryko Loses One Before Table Change
In the last hand before the table broke in the Amazon Tan section, Richard Gryko and his table neighbor were involved in a bigger pot. The turn showed and action checked to Gryko, who bet 75,000. His opponent called and the fell on the river. Both players checked and Gryko was shown the for a straight, which ended up scooping the pot.
With around 1.25 million in chips, Gryko headed over to his new seat assignment in the Orange section.
|Richard Gryko||1,250,000||-150,000 |
Sunday, July 8, 2018 4:09 PM Local Time
Chip Counts From Amazon Purple
|Barry Hutter||3,120,000||-10,000 |
|Brian Yoon||1,600,000||180,000 |
|Cory Albertson||1,480,000||660,000 |
|Kelly Minkin||1,300,000||20,000 |
|In Sun Geoum||1,100,000||-380,000 |
|Elizabeth Montizanti||980,000||-220,000 |
|Chris Moorman||950,000||-150,000 |
|Kunal Patel||940,000||230,000 |
|Tom Cannuli||820,000||-75,000 |
|Martin Zamani||740,000||0 |
|Howard Mash||730,000||51,000 |
|Daniel Fuhs||670,000||100,000 |
|Ognjen Sekularac||640,000||120,000 |
|Darren Elias||600,000||260,000 |
|Farid Jattin||560,000||45,000 |
|Jesse Sylvia||412,000||72,000 |
|Aymon Hata||360,000||-165,000 |
|Shaun Suller||140,000||-175,000 |
|Jordan Young||110,000||-620,000 |
Sunday, July 8, 2018 4:07 PM Local Time
Only One Table Remains in Tan
Only one table remains in the Amazon Tan section including Anthony Marsico, Richard Gryko and Anatoly Filatov. Other notables such as Karen Sarkisyan, Kelly Minkin, and Scott Davies just moved to different sections.
In the last hand on his table, Johnny Chan raised to 25,000 and then folded when facing a three-bet to 77,000.
|Karen Sarkisyan||1,650,000||1,382,000 |
|Jacob Rasmussen||1,450,000||641,000 |
|Richard Gryko||1,400,000||-120,000 |
|Kelly Minkin||1,280,000||-20,000 |
|Anthony Marsico||1,200,000||100,000 |
|Anatoly Filatov||630,000||100,000 |
|Scott Davies||480,000||175,000 |
|Marc-Etienne McLaughlin||240,000||195,000 |
|Johnny Chan||240,000||74,000 |
Sunday, July 8, 2018 4:03 PM Local Time
McVay and Merrilees Chop
The action folded To Bryce McVay in the small blind, and he completed. From the big blind, Daniel Merrilees raised to 40,000, and McVay called.
The flop landed and McVay checked to Merrilees who bet 30,000. McVay called, and then both players checked the on the turn.
The river landed the , and after McVay checked, Merrilees bet 100,000. McVay called and tabled his as Merrilees tabled his to see the pot chopped up.
|Daniel Merrilees||2,630,000||-20,000 |
|Bryce McVay||1,080,000||-150,000 |
Sunday, July 8, 2018 4:02 PM Local Time
Fields Backs Down from Hall
Tom Hall opened for 22,000 in the hijack and Eric Fields made it 74,000 on the button. Hall came back with 163,000 and Fields was given serious pause. He removed his sunglasses and studied Hall for a couple of minutes before tossing the dealer his cards.
|Tom Hall||735,000||225,000 |
|Eric Fields||463,000||-73,000 |
Sunday, July 8, 2018 4:01 PM Local Time
Ziskin Spikes an Ace on the River
A player in late position raised to 22,000 and Moe Farah re-raised to 55,000 from the hijack. With the action on Alexander Ziskin in the cutoff he slid out a stack of 140,000. It folded back to Farah and they went heads up to the flop.
Farah checked and Ziskin continued with a bet of 125,000. Farah called and both players checked when the hit the turn. The river was the and again both players knuckled the felt.
Farah turned over but Ziskin showed to take the pot.
|Alexander Ziskin||1,100,000||483,000 |
|Moe Farah||685,000||-235,000 |
Sunday, July 8, 2018 3:58 PM Local Time
741st - 765th Place Finishers
The following players pocketed $19,900 for their respective showings.
|Michael Wolf||0||-237,000 |
|Elgio Gomez Barrios||0||0 |
|Garrett Lorman||0||-120,000 |
|Eric Vallee||0||-142,000 |
|Kevin Clarkson||0||-240,000 |
|Baoqiang Ho||0||-242,000 |
|Eric Berger||0||-451,000 |
|Ray Attiyah||0||-374,000 |
|Nicholas Stowell||0||-257,000 |
|Patrick Truong||0||-751,000 |
|Anthony Kazgandjian||0||-360,000 |
|Brian Hou||0||-333,000 |
|Joseph Umdenstock||0||-180,000 |
|Luigi Knoppers||0||-330,000 |
|Jeffrey Griffiths||0||-261,000 |
|Joseph Altman||0||-406,000 |
|Bob Shao||0||-224,000 |
|Daniel Rohde||0||-239,000 |
|Arnold Spee||0||-301,000 |
|Peter Kelly||0||-639,000 |
|Scott Hill||0||-146,000 |
|Expedito Neto||0||-96,000 |
|Richard Grant||0||-375,000 |
|Gary Mccloskey||0||-372,000 |
|Kevin Gosnell||0||-227,000 |
Sunday, July 8, 2018 3:58 PM Local Time
Henson Trying to Rebuild
Ray Henson was all in from the big blind with when we got to his table, for about 60,000. His opponent in the small blind was dominated with and the board ran out for a Henson double.
Henson said he was crippled before the break when his was cracked by the same player's .
|Ray Henson||130,000||-395,000 |
Sunday, July 8, 2018 3:55 PM Local Time
Updated Chip Counts from Amazon Orange
|Shankar Pillai||1,260,000||-120,000 |
|Ivan Luca||750,000||170,000 |
|James Obst||680,000||104,000 |
|Allen Cunningham||635,000||-115,000 |
|Bradley Berman||500,000||133,500 |
|Mustapha Kanit||350,000||-134,000 |
|Mina Greco||293,000||158,000 |
|Andrew Watson||285,000||110,000 |
|Matthew Smith||279,000||-19,000 |
|Federico Quevedo||254,000||171,000 |
|Steven Snyder||205,000||125,000 |