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

Tuesday, June 04, 2019 to Tuesday, June 04, 2019

$1,000 No-Limit Hold'em Super Turbo Bounty (Event #12)

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  • Buy-in: $1,000
  • Prizepool: $1,471,200
  • Entries: 2,452
  • Remaining: 0


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Wednesday, June 5, 2019 2:35 AM Local Time

Players are now gone on a 20-minute break.

Wednesday, June 5, 2019 2:35 AM Local Time
Hand #15: Sargent Gets a Fold from Tiller

It folded to Travis Sargent in the small blind who completed and Emil Tiller checked.

The flop came     and Tiller took one minute to call the continuation's bet of 500,000 from Sargent. The same action happened on the turn  , this time for 1,000,000.

The river showed a   and Sargent fired 2,000,000, putting Tiller into a decision. The latter ended up folding and Sargent took down the big pot.

Travis Sargent12,200,0006,900,000
Emil Tiller8,000,000-4,700,000
Wednesday, June 5, 2019 2:34 AM Local Time
Hands #11-14: Sargent Secures a Double

Hand #11: Emil Tiller moved all in from the cutoff, Marcelo Giordano called for his remaining 2,225,000 and the two turned over their hands.

Marcelo Giordano:   
Emil Tiller:   

The board ran out       and Giordano took down the pot with his straight for a double up through Tiller.

Hand #12: Daniel Park received a walk in the big blind.

Hand #13: John Yelaney moved all in, he took down the blinds and antes.

Hand #14: Park opened to 1,100,000 from the button, Travis Sargent moved all in for 3,510,000 from the big blind and Park called.

Travis Sargent:   
Daniel Park:   

The board ran out       and Sargent took down the pot with his flopped ace, doubling through Park.

Wednesday, June 5, 2019 2:27 AM Local Time
Hands #6-10: Yelaney Doubles Through Cajelais

Hand #6: Daniel Park limped from the small blind. Erik Cajelais, in the big blind, moved all in. Park folded.

Hand #7: Marcelo Giordano moved all in for about 3,300,000 from middle position. He got no action.

Hand #8: Travis Sargent raised from the small blind to 1,050,000. Emil Tiller, in the big blind, folded.

Hand #9: Emil Tiller moved all in from the small blind. Giordano, in the big blind, folded.

Hand #10: Erik Cajelais raised to 1,000,000 from the hijack. John Yelaney, in the big blind, called for less, putting at risk his last 960,000.

John Yelaney:   
Erik Cajelais:   

The board came       and Yelaney flopped bottom pair to double up.

Erik Cajelais8,600,000-200,000
John Yelaney2,000,000-200,000
Wednesday, June 5, 2019 2:21 AM Local Time
Lian Liu Eliminated in 8th Place ($24,271)

Lian Liu

Hand #5: Lian Liu opened to 900,000 from the cutoff, Daniel Park defended his big blind and the flop came down    . Park moved all in and Liu instantly called for his remaining 2,000,000.

Park turned over    for a pair of queens and would be behind when Liu tabled    for a pair of bullets. The turn came down the devastating   and Park took the lead. A   on the river did not help Liu as he was eliminated to the two pair of Park.

Daniel Park14,200,0000
Lian Liu0-3,900,000
Playtika - Jason Alexander
Wednesday, June 5, 2019 2:12 AM Local Time
Level 36 started
Level: 36
Blinds: 250000/500000
Ante: 500000
Wednesday, June 5, 2019 2:10 AM Local Time
Hands #2-4: Cajelais Adds to His Stack

Hand #2: Erik Cajelais opened to 800,000 and Lian Liu made the call. The flop came     and Cajelais made another bet for 700,000. Liu folded.

Hand #3: Emil Tiller raised to 1,000,000 from the cut-off and it was enough to win the pot.

Hand #4: Travis Sargent limped and Jennifer Dennis checked her option. The flop fell     and Dennis bet 400,000, called by Sargent. Both Players checked on the turn   and river  . Sargent showed    but mucked when Dennis revealed    for a pair of fours.

Emil Tiller12,700,0001,730,000
Erik Cajelais8,800,0002,100,000
Travis Sargent5,300,000-800,000
Lian Liu3,900,000600,000
Jennifer Dennis3,900,00050,000
Wednesday, June 5, 2019 2:08 AM Local Time
Ferit Bulut Eliminated in 9th Place ($18,731)

Ferit Bulut

Hand#1: Ferit Bulut moved all in on the cutoff for 5,170,000. Emil Tiller, in the small blind, made the call.

Ferit Bulut:   
Emil Tiller:   

The board ran       and Tiller rivered a queen to rake in the pot, eliminating Bulut in 9th place for a nice payday of $18,731.

Emil Tiller10,970,0006,320,000
Ferit Bulut0-5,300,000
Wednesday, June 5, 2019 2:07 AM Local Time
Final Table Redraw
SeatPlayerCountryChipsBig Blinds 
1Daniel ParkUnited States9,200,00023 
2Erik CajelaisCanada7,900,00020 
3Ferit BulutUnited States5,200,00013 
4Travis SargentUnited States6,115,00015 
5Emil TillerAustralia5,795,00016 
6Marcelo GiordanoBrazil2,300,0006 
7Lian LiuUnited States3,350,0008 
8John YelaneyUnited States2,450,0006 
9Jennifer DennisUnited States5,300,00013 
Wednesday, June 5, 2019 1:58 AM Local Time
Roberto Valdez Eliminated in 10th Place ($14,595)

Roberto Valdez moved all in for a stack around 3,300,000 and it folded to Daniel Park who considered it for a minute before calling.

Roberto Valdez:   
Daniel Park:   

Valdez had the dominating hand but a board       fell, giving Park two pair. Valdez was eliminated just before the final table while Park climbed over 12,000,000 chips.

Daniel Park12,000,0002,900,000
Roberto Valdez0-5,650,000
Playtika - Jason Alexander
Wednesday, June 5, 2019 1:54 AM Local Time
Christian Rasmussen Eliminated in 11th Place ($14,595)

Christian Rasmussen

Christian Rasmussen, in the big blind, was all in for 600,000 against Travis Sargent in the small blind.

Christian Rasmussen:   
Travis Sargent:   

The board came       and Sargent flopped two pair to take down the pot, eliminating Rasmussen in 11th place for $14,595.

Travis Sargent6,100,0002,000,000
Christian Rasmussen0-1,700,000
Wednesday, June 5, 2019 1:48 AM Local Time
Ivan Stankov Eliminated in 12th Place ($14,595)

Ivan Stankov

Jennifer Dennis moved all in from under the gun for a little bit over 2,000,000, action folded to Ivan Stankov on the button who thought for several minutes. Ultimately he called all in for his remaining 1,430,000 and the two turned over their hands.

Ivan Stankov:   
Jennifer Dennis:   

Dennis instantly got out of her seat before the cards were even dealt due to the adrenaline. A flop of     fell on the table and she was still ahead with her rockets.

The   fell as a turn card and Stankov needed a river to stay alive. A   landed on the felt and Dennis let out a "Let's go!" as she clapped her hands. Dennis scooped in the pot, sending home Stankov in 12th place.

Jennifer Dennis3,850,0002,050,000
Ivan Stankov0-4,125,000
Wednesday, June 5, 2019 1:40 AM Local Time
Rod Fani Eliminated in 13th Place ($11,483)

Rod Fani

Daniel Park moved all in from the cut-off position and Rod Fani made the call from the button for a remaining stack around 800,000.

Holding   , Fani was facing    in Park's hand and needed to hit on the board but the dealer revealed       and Fani joined the rail.

Daniel Park9,100,0003,650,000
Rod Fani0-565,000
Wednesday, June 5, 2019 1:28 AM Local Time
Yilong Wang Eliminated in 14th Place ($11,483)

Yilong Wang

Yilong Wang moved all in for his remaining 770,000 and was called by Emil Tiller in the big blind, the two tabled their hands.

Yilong Wang:   
Emil Tiller:   

The flop was devastating for Wang as the dealer fanned out    , giving Tiller the lead. The   on the turn brought some chop outs but the   river was not one. Tiller took down the pot with his flopped duck and Wang was sent out the door in 14th place.

Emil Tiller4,650,000675,000
Yilong Wang0-740,000
Wednesday, June 5, 2019 1:27 AM Local Time
James Obst Eliminated in 15th Place ($11,483)

James Obst

Daniel Park opened to 550,000 in the hijack, James Obst defended his big blind and the dealer fanned out     on the flop. Obst moved all in for 1,260,000 and it was instantly called by Park.

Obst showed a pair of threes when he tabled    and Park turned over    for a pair of jacks. The   came down on the turn and Obst was now drawing dead to a   river. Park took down the pot and sent Obst out in 15th place.

Daniel Park5,450,0003,650,000
James Obst0-1,925,000
Playtika - Jason Alexander
Wednesday, June 5, 2019 1:16 AM Local Time
Chad Logsdon Eliminated in 16th Place ($9,123)

Chad Logsdon

Roberto Valdez opened, with    in his hands, and Chad Logsdon made the call with   .

The flop brought     and Logsdon moved all in, snap-called by Valdez with the best pair. The rest of the board fell    and Logsdon was eliminated from the tournament.

Roberto Valdez5,650,0003,090,000
Chad Logsdon0-940,000
Wednesday, June 5, 2019 1:08 AM Local Time
Two Table Redraw
SeatTable #017Table #019
1Daniel ParkJennifer Dennis
2Rod FaniErik Cajelais
3Empty SeatEmpty Seat
4Chad LogsdonJohn Yelaney
5Yilong WangTravis Sargent
6Roberto ValdezChristian Rasmussen
7James ObstLian Liu
8Ivan StankovFerit Bulut
9Emil TillerMarcelo Giordano
Wednesday, June 5, 2019 1:04 AM Local Time
Mike Goldberg Eliminated in 18th Place ($9,123)

Mike Goldberg

Mike Goldberg moved all in for 615,000 and Ferit Bulut called in the big blind, saying "I have too much in there already!" as he pushed in the chips.

Mike Goldberg:   
Ferit Bulut:   

A flop of     landed on board and Goldberg was still ahead. The dealer flipped over a   as a turn card, giving the lead to Bulut. The   on the river changed nothing for Goldberg as he was eliminated by Bulut's two pair.

Ferit Bulut3,200,0003,200,000
Mike Goldberg0-1,350,000
Wednesday, June 5, 2019 12:58 AM Local Time
Carol Dingman Eliminated in 19th Place ($7,319)

Carol Dingman

Carol Dingman moved all in under the gun for 400,000. Emil Tiller, in the big blind, called.

Carol Dingman:   
Emil Tiller:   

The runout was       and that was it for Dingman, eliminated in 19th place for a $7,319 payday.

Emil Tiller2,700,000-100,000
Carol Dingman0-530,000
Wednesday, June 5, 2019 12:54 AM Local Time
Randall Mccormick Eliminated in 20th Place ($7,319)

Randall McCormick

On a flop of    , Randall Mccormick, in middle position, checked. Travis Sargent, on the cutoff, bet 315,000. Mccormick check-called.

The turn brought the  . Mccormick checked again. Sargent fired 600,000. Mccormick went deep into the tank before moving all in for all his chips.

Randall Mccormick:   
Travis Sargent:   

The   turn and   river filled up the board and Sargent raked in the pot, eliminating Mccormick in 20th place for $7,319.

Travis Sargent5,900,0001,700,000
Randall Mccormick0-1,100,000
Playtika - Jason Alexander