Monday, July 9, 2018 10:51 PM Local Time
Federspiel Eliminated by Miles
On a board of with roughly 800,000 in the middle, Tony Miles bet out 275,000 from the small blind before Steven Federspiel raised to 1,100,000 from the big blind.
Miles thought long and hard for several minutes before moving all in for roughly 4.1 million. Federspiel quickly called having roughly 1,020,000 behind.
Miles had turned a straight when Federspiel turned two-pair, and when the river landed the , Federspiel would be eliminated.
|Tony Miles||7,515,000||3,015,000 |
|Steven Federspiel||0||-2,600,000 |
Monday, July 9, 2018 10:51 PM Local Time
Campo Leads at the Main Feature Table
Peter Campo opened to 140,000 from middle position and Andres Jeckeln flat-called on the button. The flop came and Jeckeln check-called a bet of 165,000 from Campo.
The landed on the turn and Jeckeln checked again. Campo fired a bet of 375,000 and Jeckeln stuck around to see the pair the board on the river.
Jeckeln checked for the third time and Campo checked behind this time. Campo flipped over and Jeckeln mucked his cards.
|Peter Campo||7,000,000||1,195,000 |
|Andres Jeckeln||5,000,000||-840,000 |
Monday, July 9, 2018 10:50 PM Local Time
Gazlay Doubles Through Wilson
Brayden Gazlay shoved in his 415,000 in middle position but ran into the of big blind Dan Wilson. Gazlay had and flopped a queen then hit another on the river to survive.
|Dan Wilson||3,050,000||-450,000 |
|Brayden Gazlay||950,000||515,000 |
Monday, July 9, 2018 10:47 PM Local Time
Massey Eliminated by Robinson
Richard Robinson opened from early position with a raise to 135,000 and Jared Palmer called behind. Jack Duong called as did Ryan Phan on the button and Sharukh Shaw in the small blind. From the big blind, Ralph Massey then moved all in for 780,000. Robinson then moved all in over the top for about four million. Palmer folded quickly as did Duong but Pham tanked a bit before releasing his own hand. Shaw folded as well so it was on to a showdown.
Massey's brother Aaron had come over to sweat him as the flop fell, giving Massey no help. The on the turn was no help either, nor was the on the river. That meant that Massey would be sent to the rail as Robinson moved over five million in chips.
|Richard Robinson||5,300,000||1,260,000 |
|Ralph Massey||0||-750,000 |
Monday, July 9, 2018 10:46 PM Local Time
Rude Exits After the Break
The action folded around to Bart Lybaert in the cutoff, and he raised to 135k. Adam Rude moved all in from the small blind for 500k and Benjamin Pollak four-bet to around 1.6m. Lybaert quickly got out of the way and the remaining two players tabled their hands.
Pollak took a massive lead when he hit a set on the flop, but he was still cheering for his opponent.
"Ten of hearts on the turn! One time!", said, Pollak, as Rude stood up from his chair.
But the seven of diamonds on the turn cemented Rude's fate, and Pollak improved to a full house on the river for good measure.
Rude departed with $57,010 for his efforts after lasting just one hand of the final level of the day.
|Benjamin Pollak||5,400,000||520,000 |
|Adam Rude||0||-465,000 |
Monday, July 9, 2018 10:43 PM Local Time
Trudeau Eliminates Cikinas
Matas Cikinas was all in for 1.1 million or so on the button when we arrived, with Jeff Trudeau on his right having him covered with . Cikinas had the overs with but a board did him no favors.
|Jeff Trudeau||7,500,000||1,450,000 |
|Matas Cikinas||0||0 |
Monday, July 9, 2018 10:37 PM Local Time
Chip Counts from the Break
|Michael Dyer||10,505,000||0 |
|Brian Yoon||8,895,000||0 |
|Bart Lybaert||8,850,000||0 |
|Hari Bercovici||7,450,000||0 |
|Paulo Goncalves||6,900,000||0 |
|Frederik Jensen||6,880,000||0 |
|Samuel Bernabeu||6,450,000||0 |
|Alexander Haro||6,400,000||0 |
|Aram Zobian||6,400,000||0 |
|Artem Metalidi||6,300,000||0 |
|Barry Hutter||6,075,000||0 |
|Jeff Trudeau||6,050,000||0 |
|Randall Lack||5,850,000||0 |
|Andres Jeckeln||5,840,000||0 |
|Peter Campo||5,805,000||0 |
|Jorden Fox||5,635,000||0 |
|Chanracy Khun||5,500,000||0 |
|Shaun O'Donnell||5,465,000||0 |
|Jan Mach||5,435,000||0 |
|Steven Adams||5,385,000||0 |
|Eric Froehlich||5,375,000||0 |
|Mike Jukich||5,265,000||0 |
|Jaime Kaplan||5,245,000||0 |
|Nishant Sharma||5,150,000||0 |
|Mike Cordell||5,025,000||0 |
|Alexander Gross||4,905,000||0 |
|Benjamin Pollak||4,880,000||0 |
|Ivan Luca||4,700,000||0 |
|Mark Stockton||4,670,000||0 |
|Alexander Ziskin||4,650,000||0 |
|Cole Miller||4,500,000||0 |
|Tony Miles||4,500,000||0 |
|Jason Gooch||4,375,000||0 |
|Mason Barrell||4,275,000||0 |
|Nghia Le [Nghia Le (FL)]||4,235,000||0 |
|Michael Feil||4,205,000||0 |
|Kao Saechao||4,135,000||0 |
|Sylvain Loosli||4,130,000||0 |
|Richard Robinson||4,040,000||260,000 |
|Artur Koren||4,025,000||0 |
|Roger Lussier||3,910,000||0 |
|Ricardo Souza||3,900,000||0 |
|Daniel Tang||3,860,000||0 |
|Mark Zullo||3,850,000||0 |
|Nirath Rean||3,700,000||0 |
|Hector Dominguez-Depaz||3,700,000||0 |
|Bas De Laat||3,615,000||0 |
|Shannon Shorr||3,610,000||0 |
|Ahmed Amin||3,555,000||0 |
|Dan Wilson||3,500,000||0 |
|Ryan Rivers||3,380,000||0 |
|Sharukh Shaw||3,360,000||0 |
|Konstantin Beylin||3,300,000||0 |
|Philip Chun||3,300,000||0 |
|Paulino Uemura||3,275,000||0 |
|Volodymyr Drokin||3,250,000||0 |
|Thomas Macdonald||3,200,000||0 |
|Rifat Palevic||3,060,000||0 |
|Jamie Flynn||3,000,000||0 |
|Cory Williams||2,950,000||0 |
|Alex Lynskey||2,950,000||0 |
|Chris Da-Silva||2,900,000||0 |
|Barry Faecher||2,860,000||0 |
|Ubaid Habib||2,600,000||0 |
|Ognjen Sekularac||2,600,000||0 |
|Steven Federspiel||2,600,000||0 |
|Yueqi Zhu||2,550,000||0 |
|Shaun Deeb||2,495,000||0 |
|Martijn Gerrits||2,450,000||0 |
|Joey Fabre||2,440,000||0 |
|Kerry Bell||2,400,000||0 |
|Michael Lavenburg||2,280,000||0 |
|Danny Qutami||2,225,000||0 |
|Laurynas Levinskas||2,200,000||0 |
|Mario Mosbock||2,190,000||0 |
|Ofir Mor||2,175,000||0 |
|Brent Ballentine||2,150,000||0 |
|Ryan Phan||2,150,000||0 |
|John Cynn||2,150,000||0 |
|Joe Cada||2,130,000||0 |
|Aleksandr Shevelev||2,080,000||0 |
|Tyler Witteman||2,010,000||0 |
|Seth Foster||1,955,000||0 |
|Franklin Azevedo||1,920,000||0 |
|Jack Duong||1,870,000||0 |
|James Obst||1,850,000||0 |
|Jared Palmer||1,830,000||0 |
|Hyon Kim||1,800,000||0 |
|Alexandre Reard||1,690,000||0 |
|Vicent Bosca Ramon||1,680,000||0 |
|Nicholas Cushman||1,600,000||0 |
|Jeremy Ansher||1,550,000||0 |
|Peter Nguyen||1,500,000||0 |
|Kelly Minkin||1,485,000||0 |
|Sean Marshall||1,450,000||0 |
|Antoine Labat||1,450,000||0 |
|Jordan Cristos||1,430,000||0 |
|Nicolas Manion||1,415,000||0 |
|Ming Xi||1,400,000||0 |
|Jonathon Prested||1,375,000||0 |
|Ricky Pyne||1,370,000||0 |
|Henrik Hecklen||1,345,000||0 |
|Krasimir Yankov||1,250,000||0 |
|Vivek Rughani||1,205,000||0 |
|Justin Harvell||1,200,000||0 |
|Nils Tolpingrud||1,170,000||0 |
|Jason Maeroff||1,110,000||0 |
|Randy Lowery||1,075,000||0 |
|Matas Cikinas||1,030,000||0 |
|Stefan Huber||945,000||0 |
|Victor Pedote Dos Santos||935,000||0 |
|Clayton Fletcher||930,000||0 |
|Ralph Massey||750,000||0 |
|Brian Altman||540,000||0 |
|Nikolaos Platis||500,000||0 |
|Adam Rude||465,000||0 |
|Brayden Gazlay||435,000||0 |
Monday, July 9, 2018 10:36 PM Local Time
Team UK Wins the 8-team Challenge!
That's it for the 2018 World Series of Poker 8-team challenge!
It went down to the wire and in the end, it was heads-up between Team UK and Team Russia.
Chris Moorman busted first, but then Aresniy Karmatskiy failed to make it through the day, giving Team UK the victory.
Monday, July 9, 2018 10:36 PM Local Time
The cards are back in the air.
This will be the final level of the day.
Monday, July 9, 2018 10:35 PM Local Time
Level 26 started
Monday, July 9, 2018 10:15 PM Local Time
The remaining 117 players are heading on a 20-minute break.
Monday, July 9, 2018 10:14 PM Local Time
Cristos Doubles Through Goncalves
Jordan Cristos was all in for his last 695,000 against Paulo Goncalves.
The board ran out and Cristos doubled through.
|Paulo Goncalves||6,900,000||-410,000 |
|Jordan Cristos||1,430,000||80,000 |
Monday, July 9, 2018 10:12 PM Local Time
Maruf Sent to the Rail by Bosca
It was all in pre-flop between Taha Maruf and Vicent Bosca Ramon at the secondary outer feature table.
Vicent Bosca Ramon:
It was a flip and Bosca was ahead. The board ran out and Maruf was eliminated.
|Vicent Bosca Ramon||2,150,000||-40,000 |
|Taha Maruf||0||-300,000 |
Monday, July 9, 2018 10:11 PM Local Time
Feil Sends Sabia to the Rail
The action folded around to Matt Sabia on the button who ripped all in for 1,140,000. Michael Feil was in the small blind and made the call to put Sabia at risk.
"I've been in worse spots before," Sabia said as the TV cameras started to gather around the table.
The dealer put the board of across the table and Feil's ace-high was good enough to eliminate Sabia.
|Michael Feil||4,350,000||2,700,000 |
|Matt Sabia||0||-2,500,000 |
Monday, July 9, 2018 10:09 PM Local Time
Mor Pays Fox
Jorden Fox bet 330,000 from the big blind on and Ofir Mor called on the button. The river brought the and 500,000 from Fox. Mor thought about 30 seconds and then placed in calling chips, but Fox had for trips.
|Jorden Fox||5,700,000||1,150,000 |
|Ofir Mor||2,400,000||-660,000 |
Monday, July 9, 2018 10:08 PM Local Time
Bercovici Takes a Big One From Zobian
On a flop of action checked to Jonathon Prested who put out a bet of 225,000. Hari Bercovici called before Aram Zobian popped it up to 725,000. Prested quickly folded but Bercovici decided to call.
The turn was the and both players checked. They both checked again on the river and Bercovici showed down his for a turned flush. It was good enough to take down the pot despite the double-paired board and he took it down chipping up to over six million.
|Aram Zobian||6,325,000||-925,000 |
|Hari Bercovici||6,240,000||2,140,000 |
Monday, July 9, 2018 10:05 PM Local Time
Zhu Doubles Through Altman
Yueqi Zhu was all in preflop for his last 1,315,000 against Brian Altman who had him covered sitting with 1,770,000.
The dealer spread a flop to give Zhu the lead, but the turn of the opened up flush draw outs for Altman.
The river landed the , and Zhu doubled through to over 2.7 million while Altman was left with nine big blinds.
|Yueqi Zhu||2,740,000||1,440,000 |
|Brian Altman||455,000||-2,170,000 |
Monday, July 9, 2018 10:01 PM Local Time
Robinson Doubles Through Williams
After a series of raises, Richard Robinson was all in from the small blind for 1,845,000 with , leading Cory Williams' in middle position.
The board came down , safe for Robinson to double through Williams.
|Richard Robinson||3,780,000||2,710,000 |
|Cory Williams||2,560,000||-1,740,000 |
Monday, July 9, 2018 10:00 PM Local Time
Can't You Hear, Can't You Hear the Thunder?
On a board of with close to 1,000,000 in the middle, Artur Koren bet out 400,000 only to have Australian Alexander Lynskey raise all in for 755,000.
Roger Lussier three-bet to 1,400,000, and Koren open-folded his .
The river landed the , and Lynskey scooped in a big double to over 3.2 million in chips.
|Artur Koren||4,210,000||-140,000 |
|Roger Lussier||4,190,000||-770,000 |
|Alex Lynskey||3,250,000||2,125,000 |
Monday, July 9, 2018 9:58 PM Local Time
Teh Eliminated; Dyer Over Ten Million
At the secondary outer feature table, Natalie Teh was all in for around 900,000 with against big stack Michael Dyer holding .
Aces held on the board, sending Teh to the rail, and boosting Dyer's stack up over the ten million mark.
|Michael Dyer||10,750,000||1,750,000 |
|Natalie Teh||0||-1,400,000 |