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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 8:25 PM Local Time
Updated Chip Counts from Amazon Orange
Antonio Esfandiari2,000,000300,000
Nils Tolpingrud2,000,000550,000
Henrik Hecklen1,770,000795,000
Benjamin Pollak900,000150,000
Ben Yu900,000-250,000
Tommy Townsend830,000-167,000
Jesse McVicker810,00010,000
Ludovic Geilich750,000-130,000
Brian Saltus540,000-354,000
Shaun Deeb460,000-140,000
William Tonking390,000-30,000
Tony Hartmann270,000-15,000
Matthew Reed252,000-73,000
Kiryl Radzivonau230,000-30,000
Jean Gaspard230,000-170,000
Rocco Palumbo206,000-74,000
Sunday, July 8, 2018 8:25 PM Local Time
Maeroff Eliminates Zoughari

Moundir Zoughari moved all in from middle position for his last 57,000. It folded to Jason Maeroff in the big blind who called and the hands were shown.

Jason Maeroff:   
Moundir Zoughari:   

The dealer fanned the     and Maeroff paired his three but would still need to improve against the pocket kings of Zoughari. "Queen," shouted Maeroff, and the turn was the  .

Maeroff didn't get the queen he asked for but spiked a third three and he improved to a full house on the   river to eliminate Zoughari. "See, that's all you gotta do," said Maeroff as he raked in the pot.

Jason Maeroff2,100,000-138,000
Moundir Zoughari0-786,000
Sunday, July 8, 2018 8:25 PM Local Time
Green Doubles Through Kopp

Brian Green was all in for his last 257,000 holding    against William Kopp's   .

The board ran out       and Green turned a flush to double through.

William Kopp1,015,000-215,000
Brian Green550,000240,000
Sunday, July 8, 2018 8:19 PM Local Time
Rude Bets Out Altman

Adam Rude opened to 26,000 from middle position and Brian Altman called in the hijack.

The flop landed     and Rude continued for 30,000 and Altman called as the turn landed the  .

Rude bet 80,000, and Altman called, as the river of the   completed the board.

Rude bet 180,000, and Altman eventually found a fold.

Brian Altman2,125,00025,000
Adam Rude1,660,00060,000
Sunday, July 8, 2018 8:18 PM Local Time
More Updated Counts
Daniel Merrilees2,590,000-10,000
Darren Elias1,640,00040,000
Eric Wasylenko1,610,0001,190,000
Brian Yoon1,350,00040,000
Thomas Taylor1,030,000387,000
Eric Hicks950,000-30,000
Chris Moorman948,000-12,000
Ognjen Sekularac690,000-260,000
Aymon Hata407,00047,000
Joe Cada312,00092,000
Brian Green310,000-60,000
Frankie Flowers306,000-644,000
Tom McEvoy242,000-58,000
Scott Davies195,000-105,000
Velo 690x150
Sunday, July 8, 2018 8:10 PM Local Time
541st - 560th Place Finishers
Phil Ivey
Phil Ivey

The following players earned $23,940 for their respective finishes.

Todd Brunson00
Bogdan Capitan0-334,000
Shawn Buchanan0-535,000
Frank Pasquale0-90,000
Brian Sherrier0-212,000
Richard Thousand0-201,000
Fraser MacIntyre0-268,000
Alexandre Amiel0-400,000
Keith Block0-84,000
Marc Rivera0-724,000
Lumni Zhuta0-590,000
Steve Trizis0-120,000
Lucas Drolet0-223,000
Drew Dumanski0-651,000
Phil Ivey00
Timothy Domboski00
Andrew Graham0-670,000
Men Nguyen0-223,000
Jessica Dawley0-135,000
David Nardella0-100,000
Sunday, July 8, 2018 8:08 PM Local Time
Yoshioka Moves Over 1.5 Million With a Good Turn

In what members of the table said was a three-bet pot, we picked up action on a turn of      with around 400,000 in the pot. Shigeo Yoshioka checked to his lone opponent who bet 125,000. Yoshioka called.

The river was the   and Yoshioka checked to his opponent again who moved all in for over 300,000. Yoshioka snap-called and revealed his    for a set while his opponent could only show    for an overpair.

Yoshioka took down the big pot and moved to over 1.5 million chips.

Shigeho Yoshioka1,600,0001,179,000
Sunday, July 8, 2018 8:07 PM Local Time
Gumz Spikes a Lucky Double

After a raise to 27,000, Konstantin Beylin was among the callers in the hijack and a short-stacked Fabian Gumz got it in from the big blind for the last 146,000. Only Beylin called and the cards were turned over.

Fabian Gumz:   
Konstantin Beylin:   

Gumz was dominated but eventually got there with the board running out      .

Konstantin Beylin2,300,000-70,000
Fabian Gumz350,00030,000
Sunday, July 8, 2018 8:06 PM Local Time
Updated Chip Counts from Amazon Orange
Chris Da-Silva2,900,000850,000
Nikolaos Platis2,000,0001,341,000
Antonio Esfandiari1,700,000380,000
Ema Zajmovic1,600,00060,000
Eric Froehlich835,000-55,000
Jake Schwartz820,000610,000
Jason Lester430,00025,000
William Tonking420,000-230,000
Davidi Kitai370,000134,000
Joe Kuether320,000-470,000
Kiryl Radzivonau260,000-640,000
Samy Boujmala158,000-467,000
Ray Henson0-185,000
Tomas Kubaliak0-45,000
Sunday, July 8, 2018 8:02 PM Local Time
Campo Check-Raises the River

Peter Campo and his opponent were heads up on the      board. Campo checked and the player bet 85,000 into a main pot of about 130,000. The river was the   and Campo checked.

His opponent bet 100,000 and Campo check-raised to 400,000. The player folded and Campo added the pot to his stack.

Peter Campo1,750,000550,000
PlayWSOP
Sunday, July 8, 2018 7:59 PM Local Time
561st - 585th Place Finishers

These players earned $23,940 for their respective finishes.

Yarron Bendor0-565,000
John Zentner0-15,000
Walter Treccarichi0-475,000
Cody Bell0-137,000
Rotem Chen0-259,000
Maxim Babko0-149,000
Christopher Herrin0-210,000
Adrian Moreno0-315,000
Dermot Blain0-259,000
Mike Glick0-670,000
Ronnie Pease0-731,000
Tomas Szwarcberg0-541,000
David Espinola0-1
Alexander Ignatov0-146,000
Micah Smith0-150,000
Mazin Khoury00
Thomas Winstone0-541,000
Damian Salas00
Gerard Cassis0-217,000
Paul Sexton0-330,000
Nageswaran Sarangapani0-645,000
Nikolay Fal0-199,000
Terry Shortland0-143,000
Raymond Trujillo0-235,000
Daniel Retallick0-210,000
Sunday, July 8, 2018 7:58 PM Local Time
DiVella Folds to Duong

Nick DiVella recently relocated into the purple section of the Amazon Room, and in a recent hand, DiVella opened to 26,000 from middle position.

The action folded round to Jack Duong in the big blind, and he three-bet to 100,000.

DiVella thought for a little, and then opted to muck.

Nick DiVella1,225,000-175,000
Jack Duong695,000-85,000
Sunday, July 8, 2018 7:55 PM Local Time
Defeo Triples in Spectacular Fashion

Gregory Defeo

A massive pot was counted out over in the purple section and several players were walking by to find out what had happened, while a triple up for 885,000 was counted out for Gregory Defeo, who had his    tabled still. Two other players were still in the hand, while Daniel Wilson, who had started the hand as the preflop aggressor, provided the details.

Wilson's raise was called three ways and the flop came    . That's when the fireworks started, as Roberto Rodriguez Carrera in the small blind check-raised the continuation bet of Wilson. The Irishman got out of the way after calling the check-raise, as he faced the all in of Xi Yang in the cutoff, the jam of Rodriguez in the small blind and Defeo also ended up all in from the big blind.

Gregory Defeo:    for a gutshot and flush draw
Roberto Rodriguez Carrera:   
Xi Yang:   

Yang was in prime shape to take over the lead, having both opponents covered, as Rodriguez Carrera started the hand with more than one million. The   turn changed nothing much, but the   fell on the river to give Defeo the winning flush. Rodriguez Carrera was eliminated by Yang in the smaller side pot and the table broke soon after.

Gregory Defeo2,850,00050,000
Xi Yang840,000-40,000
Dan Wilson670,000-50,000
Roberto Rodriguez Carrera0-269,000
Sunday, July 8, 2018 7:52 PM Local Time
Trudeau Cracks Kings

Jeff Trudeau raised from early position and it folded to the player in the small blind who reraised to 150,000. The big blind folded and Trudeau moved all in, covering his opponent who had 705,000 behind.

The player went deep into the tank and eventually a clock was called. The floor person came over and, before the countdown began, the small blind called.

Jeff Trudeau:   
Small blind:   

The dealer fanned the     flop and Trudeau spiked his ace in the window to take control of the hand. The   and   completed the board and the player slammed his chips down on the felt before they were shipped to Trudeau.

Jeff Trudeau1,810,000949,000
Sunday, July 8, 2018 7:52 PM Local Time
Hilton Amasses More With Ace-High Call

After preflop action, Jonathan Hilton was facing off against one opponent. Hilton was in the small blind and his opponent in the big blind.

The flop was     and both players checked to see the   on the turn. There, Hilton checked and his opponent bet 12,000. Hilton called.

The river was the   and Hilton checked again. His opponent fired a bet of 46,000. Hilton decided to call again. The player in the big blind showed his    and Hilton showed down his    to collect the pot and chip up.

After taking down the pot, Hilton is up to over 1,900,000 chips.

Jonathan Hilton1,900,000100,000
Gorillla Gaming
Sunday, July 8, 2018 7:52 PM Local Time
Schindler Sends One Home

Jake Schindler bet 200,000 from late position on       and a player in the big blind was thinking it over. Finally, he pushed all his chips in, which looked to be around 200,000, and Schindler turned over    for tens up. It was good as his opponent mucked and stood up, with the dealer turning over   .

Jake Schindler1,270,000370,000
Sunday, July 8, 2018 7:49 PM Local Time
Jattin Bows Out

The steady flow of casualties after the dinner break continues and among those to run out of chips was also Farid Jattin. The board was all but rushed away while his    was mucked. Daniel Tang had the    still showing and claimed the pot.

According to Tang, Arsenii Karmatckii had raised to 26,000 and Jattin three-bet jammed for around 270,000. Tang reshoved and isolated successfully. A king on the flop sent Jattin packing.

Daniel Tang1,000,000435,000
Arsenii Karmatckii340,000-75,000
Farid Jattin0-345,000
Sunday, July 8, 2018 7:49 PM Local Time
More Amazon Purple Chip Counts
Barry Hutter3,530,000248,000
Chino Rheem3,280,000-213,000
Daniel Merrilees2,600,00065,000
Jaime Kaplan2,140,000-127,000
Ralph Perry1,680,000115,000
Darren Elias1,600,000140,000
Mark Zullo1,500,000140,000
Tobias Peters1,400,000150,000
Brian Yoon1,310,000-290,000
William Kopp1,230,0000
Joey Fabre1,130,000270,000
Eric Hicks980,000-620,000
Timothy McDermott750,000165,000
Mina Greco740,000447,000
David Miscikowski720,000-120,000
Jason Gooch700,000-60,000
Kyle Julius615,000309,000
Shaun Deeb600,000-260,000
Daniel Ospina500,000-455,000
Kunal Patel500,000-440,000
Bryce McVay500,000-560,000
Adam Levy440,000125,000
Brian Green370,000-20,000
Ted Lawson330,000-20,000
Tom Cannuli320,000-210,000
Tom McEvoy300,00085,000
Joe Cada220,00040,000
Sunday, July 8, 2018 7:48 PM Local Time
Updated Chip Counts from Amazon Orange
Michael Lavenburg2,580,000-70,000
Nirath Rean2,300,000370,000
Daniel Engels1,875,000-75,000
Jonathan Hilton1,800,000880,000
Yueqi Zhu1,100,000-225,000
Drazen Ilich764,000-106,000
Eric Sfez700,000-45,000
Justin Harvell690,00040,000
Michael Haddad670,000110,000
Oliver Price626,000236,000
Jonathan Duhamel440,000-160,000
Craig Trost400,000115,000
Dominik Panka385,000-215,000
Scott Davies300,000-120,000
Kristen Bicknell225,0005,000
Brian Brubaker181,000-74,000
Sunday, July 8, 2018 7:47 PM Local Time
Amazon Purple Chip Counts
Brian Altman2,100,000-100,000
Cliff Josephy1,730,000-20,000
Martijn Gerrits1,650,0001,030,000
Cory Albertson1,580,000260,000
Alexander Lynskey1,530,000330,000
Paul Volpe1,460,000540,000
Danny Qutami1,240,000420,000
Robert Hankins1,200,000100,000
Shannon Shorr1,070,000-295,000
Sylvain Loosli1,060,00090,000
Bart Lybaert1,010,00010,000
Jack Duong780,000350,000
Daniel Fuhs760,000260,000
Carter Swidler750,000-17,000
In Sun Geoum750,000-230,000
Daniel Alaei620,000-185,000
Chris Bjorin560,00060,000
Ralph Massey490,000-130,000
Adam Geyer480,000-90,000
Anthony Maio400,00020,000
Roland Israelashvili360,000-110,000
Stephen Song350,000-114,000
Dan Heimiller330,000-630,000
Brad Albrinck280,00050,000
Velo 690x150