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Friday, July 13, 2018 1:27 PM Local Time
Ivens Left With Crumbles
Bin Duan raised from the under the gun position to 56,000 and Todd Ivens moved all in one seat over. The jam was for 584,000 and when it folded back to Duan he called for his tournament life.
The board ran out and Ivens was left with just 51,000.
|Bin Duan||1,100,000||620,000 |
|Todd Ivens||51,000||-699,000 |
Friday, July 13, 2018 1:24 PM Local Time
Addamo Leaves Margereson Short
Scott Margereson raised to 45,000 from the button and Michael Addamo three-bet to 140,000 from the small blind. Margereson asked Addamo how much he started the hand with and once Addamo gave his response, Margereson moved all in. Addamo snap-called and saw he had the dominating hand.
Addamo held and left Margereson short on 350,000.
|Michael Addamo||1,300,000||1,062,000 |
|Scott Margereson||350,000||-743,000 |
Friday, July 13, 2018 1:20 PM Local Time
Anthony Zinno Eliminated in 17th Place ($32,700)
Mike Watson and Anthony Zinno got their chips in the middle before there were any community cards dealt.
Zinno was holding and had the better hand against Watson's . The board came down and with that Zinno suddenly did not have the best hand anymore and he was eliminated in 17th place.
|Mike Watson||1,600,000||309,000 |
|Anthony Zinno||0||-273,000 |
Friday, July 13, 2018 1:17 PM Local Time
Andress Doubles Through Mandavia
Ankush Mandavia raised from the cutoff to 45,000 and John Andress moved all in from the button. The bet was 553,000 and after Mandavia looked at the clock he called.
The board was at the end and that meant that Andress would double up and Mandavia was left short.
|John Andress||1,150,000||497,000 |
|Ankush Mandavia||280,000||-665,000 |
Friday, July 13, 2018 1:06 PM Local Time
Duan Doubles in the First Hand
Bin Duan moved all in for 229,000 and Todd Ivens rejammed for just over a million. The rest of the players folded and Ivens tabled with confidence, but he was behind against Duan's .
The board ran out clean for Duan looking and Duan doubled up in the first hand.
|Todd Ivens||750,000||-253,000 |
|Bin Duan||480,000||251,000 |
Friday, July 13, 2018 10:14 AM Local Time
The Final Day of Event #74: Big Blind Antes $10,000 No-Limit Hold'em 6-Handed Championship Starts at 2 P.M.
The final 17 players in Event #74: Big Blind Antes $10,000 No-Limit Hold'em 6-Handed Championship will return Friday at 2 p.m.to play down to a winner. The tournament got 355 entries which generated a prize pool of $3,337,000 with $814,179 and the WSOP gold bracelet going to the winner.
Paul Volpe is holding the chip lead with a stack of 2,190,000. With that, he's the only player starting with over two million in chips. He is however closely followed by Martin Zamani with a stack of 1,944,000 and the number two on the WSOP Player of the Year leaderboard Shaun Deeb with 1,610,000.
Other players who bagged a big stack and will be eyeing the first place prize and the gold bracelet are Matthijs Aerts (1,382,000), Mike Watson (1,291,000), Mark Teltscher (1,248,000), Jan-Eric Schwippert (1,172,000) and Scott Margereson (1,093,000).
All the 17 players who have made Day 3 are guaranteed to take home at least $32,700 while the top six players will go home with a six-figure score.
The PokerNews team will follow the tournament from start to finish and provide you with updates throughout the day.
Day 3 Draw and Counts
|Room||Table||Seat||Player Name||Country||Chip Count||Big Blinds|
|Brasilia||15||2||Shaun Deeb||United States||1,610,000||81|
|Brasilia||15||3||Scott Margereson||United Kingdom||1,053,000||53|
|Brasilia||15||4||Paul Volpe||United States||2,190,000||110|
|Brasilia||15||6||Martin Zamani||United States||1,944,000||97|
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|Brasilia||45||3||Jason Mangold||United States||625,000||31|
|Brasilia||45||4||Mark Teltscher||United Kingdom||1,248,000||62|
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|Brasilia||60||1||Ankush Mandavia||United States||945,000||47|
|Brasilia||60||2||John Andress||United States||653,000||33|
|Brasilia||60||3||Bin Duan||United States||229,000||11|
|Brasilia||60||4||Todd Ivens||United States||1,003,000||50|
|Brasilia||60||6||Anthony Zinno||United States||273,000||14|