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2019 50th Annual World Series of Poker The Official WSOP Live Updates

Wednesday, July 03, 2019 to Tuesday, July 16, 2019

$10,000 No-Limit Hold'em MAIN EVENT - World Championship (Event #73)

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  • Buy-in: $10,000
  • Prizepool: $80,548,600
  • Entries: 8,569
  • Remaining: 0

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Saturday, July 6, 2019 10:24 PM Local Time
Richey Takes From Mcalpin

They were already on the turn with the board reading      and Maria Mcalpin bet out 25,000 into the 50,000 that was in the middle, and Brett Richey made the call.

The river was the  , Mcalpin eyed up her chips and decided to check, Richey bet out 35,000 and Mcalpin mucked her hand.

Maria McAlpin199,50087,500
Brett Richey197,500117,700
Saturday, July 6, 2019 10:21 PM Local Time
Little Victory

The flop fell    , and Jonathan Little checked from the small blind, which allowed the player in the big blind to bet 2,200. The third player in the pot folded before Little raised to 5,200, which received a call.

The   hit the turn and Little bet 12,000, which was enough to win the pot.

"Queen-jack of hearts" questioned Litte's opponent.

"Not this time" laughed Little, "I did have a six, though."

Jonathan Little250,00050,000
Saturday, July 6, 2019 10:20 PM Local Time
Blanchandin Doubles Through Levy

Tony Blanchandin

Tony Blanchandin started the hand with a raise to 4,200 and picked up one caller on the button. Adam Levy three-bet the small blind to 18,700 and Blanchandin four-bet all in for 75,700. The button folded and Levy asked for a count, then made the call.

Tony Blanchandin:   
Adam Levy:   

The board came       and the kicker played to let Blanchandin double.

Adam Levy310,00063,000
Tony Blanchandin158,00048,500
Saturday, July 6, 2019 10:18 PM Local Time
More Pavilion White Chip Counts
Daniel Colpoys530,000120,000
Anton Morgenstern362,00062,000
Rick Vanbruggen296,000-8,000
Henrik Hecklen286,000146,000
Liran Twito230,00080,000
Igor Kurganov230,0000
Jonathan Little200,000-10,000
Chen-An Lin150,00025,000
Igor Yaroshevskyy150,00019,000
Michael Lech135,0003,000
Aleksandr Gofman110,00010,000
Joep Raemaekers108,000-37,000
Matthew Moss107,000-23,000
Kami Hudson61,000-11,000
Joe Hachem33,000-32,000
Jimmy Guerrero32,000-7,000
Athanasios Polychronopoulos0-28,000
Saturday, July 6, 2019 10:17 PM Local Time
"If I'm Gonna Lose I Wanna Lose to a Superstar"

Freddy Deeb

A player in middle position moved all in for 42,800 and action folded to Freddy Deeb on the button.

"All right," he said before pushing in a call. Both blinds folded and the hands were turned up.

Deeb:   
Opponent:   

"It's a race," someone at the table said just before the flop came down    .

"Race my ass," Deeb's opponent said half-jokingly. Neither the   turn nor   river changed a thing and Deeb scored the elimination.

"If I'm gonna lose I wanna lose to a superstar," the player said before exiting the Amazon Purple section.

Freddy Deeb380,000185,000
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Saturday, July 6, 2019 10:16 PM Local Time
A Few Chip Counts from Amazon Tan
Brian Yoon598,000-5,000
Pim Gieles470,00015,000
Andrey Pateychuk362,0002,000
Allen Kessler360,000-38,000
Brian Hastings286,00026,000
Kalidou Sow215,000-25,000
Chris Tryba165,00032,000
David Ritter157,00017,000
Toby Joyce140,000104,000
Jeffrey Dewitt125,00023,900
Olivier Busquet120,000-92,000
Sean Getzwiller115,000-78,000
Duane Blanchard98,000-37,300
Ryan Franklin89,000-54,300
Mo Arani0-110,000
Saturday, July 6, 2019 10:15 PM Local Time
Borg Folds One and Wins One

Martins Adeniya raised to 4,500 from mid-position and Ronni Borg defended his big blind.

The flop came    , Borg check-called the 3,000 continuation-bet of Adeniya.

They both checked through the   on the turn to the   on the river. Borg checked for the last time and Adeniya fired a bet of 10,000 over the line. Borg took a few seconds and then folded.

The hand after, Borg proudly announced he had won something after three-betting from the small blind and getting the rest of the table to fold.

Ronni Borg430,00060,000
Martins Adeniya120,00040,000
Charlotte Godwin60,000-81,000
Saturday, July 6, 2019 10:03 PM Local Time
Recent Pavilion White Chip Counts
Pavlo Veksler520,00040,000
Eric Hicks497,000-53,000
Marc Foggin352,000-23,000
Faraz Jaka350,000127,000
Kevin Roster220,00032,000
Joey Weissman219,00049,000
Eric Lescot195,00069,000
Todd Brunson170,0000
Georgios Kapalas145,00020,000
Romain Lewis140,00058,000
Matt Glantz140,000-160,000
Matthew Gonzales139,0001,000
Dean Lyall135,00042,000
Michael Gathy125,00040,000
Raul Paez50,000-9,000
Jeremy Ausmus0-60,000
Andries Swart0-21,000
Saturday, July 6, 2019 10:01 PM Local Time
Emmett Doubles Beaulieu

Over on the right feature table, Robert Beaulieu ended up all in after the      turn and tabled his    for a straight.

"Pair the board! One time!" Randall Emmett demanded as he had    for a set of sevens. However, the   river was a blank and Emmett was knocked back below the starting stack.

Robert Beaulieu160,000112,400
Randall Emmett50,0001,000
Saturday, July 6, 2019 10:01 PM Local Time
Grise Wins in Epic Battle

The action was opened with a raise to 3,500 from the player under the gun before Matthew Moss three-bet to 10,500 from middle position. Igor Kurganov four-bet to 28,000 from the hijack and saw Ben Grise call from the small blind.

The initial raiser folded but Moss called to see a     flop. Moss checked before Kurganov bet 22,000 and Grise went into the tank sat with 90,000 behind. After close to 90 seconds passed, Grise called, and Moss folded.

The   was revealed on the turn, and Grise checked after another 90 seconds of thought. Kurganov checked behind, and after the   hit the river, Grise bet 25,000.

"Just that little one chip," said Kurganov with a smile on his face. "You have ace-king?" question Kurganov, but Grise gave no response.

"Bad read" replied Grise as Kurganov tried to work out Grise's exact holding.

"I hope you would have jammed if you had quads" said Kurganov.

"I'm not giving you any more information" laughed Grise, and Kurganov agreed.

The clock was then called by another player at the table and when Kurganov had 15 seconds left to act, he folded.

Gris revealed    for two pair, and won an epic pot after the dinner break.

Igor Kurganov230,000-35,000
Benjamin Grise180,00083,500
Matthew Moss130,0001,000
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Saturday, July 6, 2019 9:59 PM Local Time
Arutyunyan Folds the Turn

Picking up the action after the turn of a      board with about 10,000 in the pot, the player in the small blind checked to Harry Arutyunyan in the big blind and he bet 4,500. A player in early position folded, the player in the cutoff folded and the player in the small blind check-raised to 14,500.

Arutyunyan reraised to 35,000, the small blind reraised all in for about 127,000 and Arutyunyan tanked for a bit before he folded.

Harry Arutyunyan170,000-50,000
Saturday, July 6, 2019 9:56 PM Local Time
Duta Among Big Stacks
Florian Duta530,000100,000
Adam Owen430,00080,000
Barny Boatman410,00072,000
James Calderaro300,00020,000
Antonio Buonanno280,00060,000
Tyler Patterson275,000155,000
Kelly Minkin245,00060,000
Jeff Lisandro240,00042,500
Lars Bonding230,00012,000
Jan Eric Schwippert190,000173,500
Yilong Wang175,000-30,000
Niklas ├ůstedt165,00046,000
Igor Merda160,00030,000
Tom Waters160,000-5,600
Alex Goulder155,00043,600
Jack Sinclair150,000-141,000
Jameson Painter140,00092,800
Joffrey Lhote115,00025,000
Richard Dubini95,0002,300
Christoph Vogelsang95,00019,000
Matt Waxman90,000-17,000
Heidi May90,0002,700
Daniel Strelitz80,000-55,000
Stephen Chidwick0-78,000
Saturday, July 6, 2019 9:55 PM Local Time
Leng Takes it on the River

The action folded to the player in the cutoff who raised to 4,000, Ryan Leng was next to act and called and the blinds folded.

The flop came    , the player in the cutoff called and Leng called. The turn got checked through on the   to see the   on the river and the cutoff checked once again. Leng fired out a 5,000 chip and his opponent mucked.

Ryan Leng283,50038,500
Saturday, July 6, 2019 9:55 PM Local Time
Level 10 started
Level: 10
Blinds: 1,000/2,000
Ante: 2,000
Saturday, July 6, 2019 9:52 PM Local Time
Assorted Chip Counts
Joseph Bartholdi352,200256,700
Barny Boatman338,000-72,000
Gordon Vayo213,800-96,200
Allen Cunningham190,40020,400
Timothy Kelly190,100-28,500
Andy Bloch166,800121,800
Tim Finne165,80016,100
Andrew Graham149,100-40,400
Jason Bond144,50065,800
Johnnie Moreno133,500-46,800
Matt Stout93,000-40,200
Richard Dubini92,700-20,300
Alex Foxen66,000-65,000
Joe Foresman42,300-68,700
Mina Grecot18,60018,600
Jan Eric Schwippert16,500-209,700
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Saturday, July 6, 2019 9:47 PM Local Time
One for Patni

Kunal Patni opened to 3,500 and his table neighbor three-bet to 10,600, which Patni called. On the     flop, Patni check-called a bet worth 7,700 and the   turn went check, check. Patni then led the   river for 16,300 and his opponent folded.

Kunal Patni90,00010,000
Saturday, July 6, 2019 9:46 PM Local Time
Yoon Wins on the River

Brian Yoon raised to 3,500 from middle position, the player on the button three-bet to 10,000 and Yoon called.

They checked to the river of a       board where Yoon bet 13,000. His opponent thought for a bit before he folded.

Brian Yoon603,0006,800
Saturday, July 6, 2019 9:41 PM Local Time
Flop Bet Win for Zajmovic

Ema Zajmovic raised to 3,500 from the cutoff and the player in the big blind called.

The flop was    , the big blind checked, Zajmovic continued for 2,500 and her opponent folded.

Ema Zajmovic112,00064,000
Saturday, July 6, 2019 9:37 PM Local Time
Some Entering Amazon Tan; Some Departing Amazon Tan
Neil Blumenfield278,000141,000
Thomas Lutz230,00029,500
Manas Gandhi0-17,400
David Heyden0-83,300
Jason Spencer0-68,500
Tim Marsters0-87,000
Saturday, July 6, 2019 9:32 PM Local Time
Play Resumes

Dinner break is over and play has resumed. There are 23 minutes remaining in Level 9.

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