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

Monday, July 02, 2018 to Saturday, July 14, 2018

Event #65: $10,000 No-Limit Hold'em MAIN EVENT - World Championship

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  • Buy-in: $10,000
  • Prizepool: $74,015,600
  • Entries: 7,874
  • Remaining: 0

EVENT UPDATES

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Sunday, July 8, 2018 12:27 PM Local Time
Vandyke Eliminates Rusing and Cordero

Dan Vandyke had 110,000 in front of him on the button and it appeared Carlos Cordero was already all in from middle position for an unknown amount. Oliver Rusing had reshipped for 190,000.

"All right, I call," Vandyke said, tabling   .

He was in fantastic shape against Rusing's    and Cordero's   . The     brought a mighty sweat on the flop but the   and   kept the kings best.

Dan Vandyke570,000247,000
Carlos Cordero0-111,000
Oliver Rusing0-193,000
Sunday, July 8, 2018 12:26 PM Local Time
Bushman Falls

A short-stacked Larissa Bushman shoved all in for 59,000, Daniel Hensley came over the top for a little over 100,000 and the other players folded.

Larissa Bushman:   
Daniel Hensley:   

The board ran out       — despite turning a set, the river brought Hensley a straight. Some "ooohs" sounded from the table as the river hit the felt.

Daniel Hensley185,000185,000
Larissa Bushman0-113,000
Sunday, July 8, 2018 12:24 PM Local Time
1,086th-1,110th Place Finishers

Each of these players earned $15,000 for their min-cash.

Jan Eric Schwippert0-201,000
Tuomas Veravainen0-228,000
Ari Eiblum0-51,000
Peter Vitantonio00
Tyler Cornell0-56,000
James Schafer0-172,000
Eric Berman0-88,000
Cathal Shine0-106,000
Joseph Druetto0-178,000
Scott Clements0-76,000
Linda Kenney Baden0-28,000
Daniel McAulay0-174,000
Paul Otto0-77,000
Sandra Knopow0-75,000
Stephen Hesse0-124,000
Rees Scruggs0-60,000
Edward Liu0-73,000
Guy Bottin0-377,000
Michael Jarrell0-127,000
Vincent Fazzolari0-65,000
Henry Tran0-167,000
Karim Chatur0-118,000
Yu Shen0-50,000
Ryan Laplante00
Alpheus Chan0-28,000
Sunday, July 8, 2018 12:24 PM Local Time
Updated Counts in Amazon Tan
Julius Malzanini1,440,000-10,000
Paul Michaelis1,200,000401,000
Kelly Minkin1,200,000405,000
Kaylen Lebaron1,172,000-112,000
Barry Hutter1,070,000162,000
Scott Davies646,000-105,000
Arne Ruge560,000-51,000
Jackie Glazier521,00047,000
Alex Livingston380,000-361,000
Anatoly Filatov375,00079,000
Ivan Luca361,000-80,000
Aymon Hata310,000234,000
Johnny Chan240,00078,000
Sunday, July 8, 2018 12:21 PM Local Time
Lacas Doubles Through Antonius

From under the gun, Patrik Antonius raised to 13,000 and Nageswaran Sarangapani called from a few seats over before Stephane Lacas three-bet shoved all in for 46,000 from the hijack.

With the action back on Antonius, he pushed out a stack of chips amounting to a four-bet of 213,000, and Sarangapani folded claiming he had   .

Antonius:   
Lacas:   

The board ran out       and Lacas doubled through Antonius.

Nageswaran Sarangapani645,000-20,000
Patrik Antonius208,000-47,000
Stephane Lacas120,00018,000
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Sunday, July 8, 2018 12:20 PM Local Time
Fernandez Doubles Through Cade

After a raise to 14,000 from Ben Cade, Pablo Fernandez moved all in for 128,000. Action folded around back to Cade who thought for a bit then called.

Pablo Fernandez:   
Ben Cade:   

The board ran out       which gave Fernandez a flush and allowed him to double up to over 250,000 while Cade was left with just over 70,000 chips.

Pablo Fernandez Campo270,000207,000
Ben Cade75,000-217,000
Sunday, July 8, 2018 12:15 PM Local Time
O'Neal Flushes Away His Opponent

The action folded around to the player on the button and he raised to 17,000. Brandon O'Neal re-raised to 42,000 from the big blind and the player called.

They went heads up to the     and O'Neal checked. His opponent bet 50,000 and O'Neal check-raised all in. The player quickly called for his last 100,000 and the hands were shown.

Brandon O'Neal:   
Opponent:   

The dealer burned and turned the   and O'Neal improved to the nut flush to take the lead. "Pair the board" shouted his opponent but the   river card sealed the deal for O'Neal who earned the knockout.

Brandon O'Neal615,000
Sunday, July 8, 2018 12:14 PM Local Time
Hankins Scores Double KO, Soars Over Milly

Amir Parvizian shoved all in for 55,000 and Russell Holt called him one seat over. Behind Holt, Robert Hankins three-bet to 154,000, which send Holt in the tank. After several minutes, he splashed in a call, leaving himself with a mere 43,000 behind.

On the     flop, those final few chips went in as well. Hankins beat Holt to the pot with a call.

Amir Parvizian:   
Russell Holt:   
Robert Hankins:   

Hankins had the best of it and held up during the   turn and   river to send two players home.

Robert Hankins1,100,000630,000
Russell Holt0-192,000
Amir Parvizian0-611,000
Sunday, July 8, 2018 12:14 PM Local Time
Lafleur Doubles After Friendly Flop

Sammy Lafleur raised on the button and called a three-bet to 48,000 from his neighbor in the small blind. The flop came     and Lafleur called a bet of 50,000. On the   turn, the money got in with one player jamming and the other snap-calling, though we didn't see who was the aggressor.

Sammy Lafleur:   
Small blind:   

The   river was safe for a Lafleur double and he collected an additional 158,000.

Sammy Lafleur540,000164,000
Sunday, July 8, 2018 12:14 PM Local Time
Bergman Clips Antonius

On a flop of    , Josh Bergman and Patrik Antonius check to Nageswaran Sarangapani in the cutoff who bets 27,000.

Bergman called, as did Antonius, and then the   is checked through on the turn.

The river landed the  , and Bergman bets out 55,000. Antonius called, and Sarangapani folds and states he had   .

Bergman tabled his    for a set, and Antonius nods his head and mucked.

Nageswaran Sarangapani665,000555,000
Josh Bergman410,000-70,000
Patrik Antonius255,000-354,000
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Sunday, July 8, 2018 12:12 PM Local Time
1,111th-1,136th Place Finishers

Each of the players pocketed $15,000 for their respective showings.

Max Altergott0-89,000
Valentino Kim0-63,000
Larry Smart0-28,000
Yotam Shmuelov0-123,000
Federico Butteroni0-30,000
Matthew Higgins0-39,000
Stephan Schiessl0-90,300
Eric Kurtzman00
Lacey Jones0-215,000
Scott Hilton0-57,000
Rafael Telles0-66,000
Thomas Ward (SCO)0-171,000
Jeffrey Sager0-61,000
John Dwyer0-114,000
Kevin Gerhart0-69,000
Juan Pastor0-61,000
Daniel Hensley0-81,000
Andrew Jernigan0-143,000
Michel Pomaret0-81,000
Antonin Teisseire0-49,000
Rittie Chuaprasert00
Andrew Weisner0-36,000
Jefferson Morrill0-87,000
John Helmle0-113,000
Sean Rice0-182,000
Sunday, July 8, 2018 12:09 PM Local Time
Rettenmaier Busts to Chen

Marvin Rettenmaier

The ten-high board was all but rushed away while Marvin Rettenmaier was waiting for a payout runner to arrive and the chips of the German were shipped over to table neighbor Andrew Chen. Both hole cards were still visible, Rettenmaier's    and Chen's   .

According to Chen, Rettenmaier had opened from under the gun and four-bet all in for 29 big blinds with his ace-queen suited, Chen looked him up with the superior kicker and that ended up vital to award the pot to the Canadian.

Andrew Chen510,000217,000
Marvin Rettenmaier0-153,000
Sunday, July 8, 2018 12:07 PM Local Time
Day 4 Risers
Justin Harvell1,750,000375,000
Farukh Tach1,575,000351,000
Sunday, July 8, 2018 12:05 PM Local Time
Grutka Scores Lucky Double Through Vieira

Joao Vieira

With more than 100,000 already in the middle and the flop showing    , Amauri Grutka bet 200,000 out of the small blind with 11,000 behind and that sent Joao Viera in the cutoff in the think tank. After more than three minutes, Vieira moved all in and Grutka called it off.

Amauri Grutka:   
Joao Vieira:   

The   turn improved the Brazilian, and the   on the river was a blank to let Grutka double and take a big chunk out of Vieira's stack.

Amauri Grutka550,000243,000
Joao Vieira370,000-265,000
Sunday, July 8, 2018 12:03 PM Local Time
Bennis Eliminated, Zhuta Stays Over a Million

Fawz Bennis open-shoved his last 61,000 from middle position, and Lumni Zhuta called on the button. With the action on the player in the big blind, he moved all in for 183,000, and after some deliberation, Zhuta called.

Bennis:   
Zhuta:   
Big Blind:   

The dealer spread a       board and the big blind more than doubled up, while Bennis was sent to the rail.

Lumni Zhuta1,045,000255,000
Fawz Bennis0-99,000
Velo 690x150
Sunday, July 8, 2018 12:03 PM Local Time
1,137th-1,159th Place Finishers

Each of these players earned a min-cash for $15,000.

Gennadiy Dvosis0-47,000
John Clancy0-37,000
Keiko Lim0-82,000
Victor Chung0-88,000
Uzui Li0-77,000
Lejdin Fazlibegu0-45,000
Qing Liu0-115,000
Mark Friese0-38,000
Andrew Nguyen0-114,000
David Yan0-46,000
Tony Mcglone0-147,000
Apoorva Goel0-102,000
Josh Weiss0-70,000
Alexis Fleur0-62,000
Ben Hamnett0-152,000
Joseph Teanotoga0-99,000
Alan Widmann0-53,000
Mark Hodge0-24,000
Rob Benford0-54,000
Johnnie Moreno0-29,000
Kyle Chang0-128,000
Kimberly Mcclymont0-34,000
Michael Souza0-65,000
Sunday, July 8, 2018 12:02 PM Local Time
Lucky Ladies for Kanit

Mustapha Kanit

Arne Ruge opened to 12,000 from under the gun and picked up four callers including Mustapha Kanit on his left who just moved to the table. The flop came     and the action checked to Kanit who bet 20,000. Steven Prentky was in middle position and shipped all in for 81,000. Once the action got back to Kanit, he quickly called.

Mustapha Kanit:   
Steven Prentky:   

Kanit was ahead with his overpair and would stay ahead with the   and   run out. Prentky was sent to the payout desk with a min-cash as just 1,000 players remain.

Mustapha Kanit484,000226,000
Steven Prentky0-156,000
Sunday, July 8, 2018 12:01 PM Local Time
Frasca Busts to Xiong

Brian Frasca was all in for a mere 36,000 in the cutoff and Wadoua Xiong on the button tossed in two T-25,000 chips. It was ruled as just a call and both players in the blinds sent their cards into the muck.

Brian Frasca:   
Wadoua Xiong:   

The board came       and that was it for Frasca.

Wadoua Xiong420,00020,000
Brian Frasca0-73,000
Sunday, July 8, 2018 12:01 PM Local Time
Doubles for Gisler and Daciolas

With the bubble out of the way, a lot of all-in-and-calls take place over the course of the first level of the day. Jon Gisler was one of them, committing his 89,000 stack from under the gun. Action folded to Richard Lee in the big blind, who called instantly.

Jon Gisler:   
Richard Lee:   

The classic flip landed Gisler's way on a       rundown and he doubled up.

At another table, Kenneth Daciolas and William Lewandowski were all in with    and   , respectively. The       rundown left no uncertainty and Lewandowksi was left with fewer than two big blinds.

Richard Lee506,000-132,000
Kenneth Daciolas290,000118,000
Jon Gisler190,00043,000
William Lewandowski11,000-119,000
Sunday, July 8, 2018 11:58 AM Local Time
Weis Builds Stack

Julius Malzanini built some early profit and fellow countryman Oliver Weis followed right through in the Amazon Tan section. Hector Dominguez-Depaz three-bet all in with pocket nines and Weis snap-called with pocket jacks to deal the final blow.

Another player at the table asked "did you think for a second you could lose this one?"

Weis grinned and replied with a "not really." He bumped his stack to around 1.3 million, not far behind Malzanini.

Julius Malzanini1,450,000158,000
Oliver Weis1,300,000144,000
Hector Dominguez-Depaz0-296,000
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