WSOP | Tournaments | Event Updates
Auto Refresh Rate:

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

Wednesday, June 26, 2019 to Sunday, June 30, 2019

$400 COLOSSUS (Event #61)

download official reportdownload official winner photo
  • Buy-in: $400
  • Prizepool: $4,382,515
  • Entries: 13,109
  • Remaining: 0


view updates for day:
Sunday, June 30, 2019 12:54 PM Local Time
Hands #14-18: Miller Doubles Up Through Saho

Ryan Depaulo

Hand #14: Sejin Park raised to 5,500,000 from the cutoff and that was enough to pick up the blinds and ante.

Hand #15: Patrick Miller shoved from under the gun and Norson Saho asked for a count from the big blind. The dealer confirmed Miller was all-in for 13,500,000 and Saho made the call.

Patrick Miller:   
Norson Saho:   

The flop came     to bring a flush draw to Miller. The turn was the   for Miller to stay ahead and the river completed the board with the   for Miller to stay alive and double up.

Hand #16: Andrew Barber raised to 5,000,000 from the cutoff and that was enough to get the rest of the table to fold.

Hand #17: Barber raised to 5,000,000 from the hijack and Saho shoved for 26,400,000 from the button. Barber asked for a count and the dealer confirmed the amount. Barber tanked and then decided to let his hand go.

Hand #18: Georgios Kapalas raised to 5,000,000 from the early position and got no action.

Georgios Kapalas130,200,000-1,000,000
Andrew Barber93,000,0003,700,000
Ryan Depaulo84,900,000-5,200,000
Maksim Kalman56,000,000-5,000,000
Juan Lopez50,400,000-1,500,000
Sejin Park48,400,0004,000,000
Norson Saho36,400,000-6,500,000
Patrick Miller25,000,00011,500,000
Sunday, June 30, 2019 12:42 PM Local Time
Hands #12-13: Barber Collects Some Chips

Andrew Barber

Hand #12 Andrew Barber raised to 4,000,000 under-the-gun Juan Lopez called from the button and Georgios Kapalas called in the big blind. The flop came    , Kapalas and Barber checked to Lopez who bet 6,500,000 and they both folded.

Hand #13 Juan Lopez raised to 4,700,000 in the cutoff and Andrew Barber called in the big blind. The flop came     and they both checked to the   on the turn, Barber checked again and Lopez bet out 3,000,000 and Barber called. The river was the   and they both checked. Unfortunately the camera couldn't see the cards.

Sunday, June 30, 2019 12:36 PM Local Time
Hands #7-11: One for Depaulo and One for Kapalas

Ryan Depaulo

Hand #7: Juan Lopez raised to 4,000,000 from the middle position and Maksim Kalman called in the small blind. The flop came    , Kalman check-folded to the 5,500,000 continuation-bet of Lopez.

Hand #8: Ryan Depaulo raised to 4,000,000 from under the gun and that was enough to pick up the blinds and ante.

Hand #9: Lopez raised to 5,000,000 from under the gun and got no action.

Hand #10: Depaulo completed his small blind and Lopez opted to check. The flop came    , Depaulo check-called the 2,000,000 bet of Lopez. The turn was the  , Depaulo checked again and now Lopez led out for 2,700,000. Depaulo contemplated his options for a while and then decided to make the call. The river completed the board with the  , Depaulo took over the initiative and fired a bet of 8,000,000 over the line. Lopez glanced at Depaulo and decided to call but mucked when Depaulo tabled    for the flopped trip deuces.

Hand #11: Georgios Kapalas raised to 4,000,000 from under the gun and Kalman three-bet to 9,500,000 from mid-position. Action folded back to Kapalas who took some time before making the call. The flop came     with the ace in the window. They both checked to see the   on the turn complete the flush draw. Kapalas checked and Kalman now led out for 11,000,000. Kapalas called. The river completed the board with the  , they both checked again for Kapalas to pick up the pot with    for the flopped pair of aces.

Georgios Kapalas131,200,00025,500,000
Ryan Depaulo90,100,00017,700,000
Andrew Barber89,300,0000
Maksim Kalman61,000,000-24,500,000
Juan Lopez51,900,000-4,600,000
Sejin Park44,400,000-4,000,000
Norson Saho42,900,000-5,000,000
Patrick Miller13,500,000-5,000,000
Sunday, June 30, 2019 12:20 PM Local Time
Shuffle Up and Deal


The tournament director has told the dealer to shuffle up and deal. Hand-for-hand coverage of the final table will start now.

Sunday, June 30, 2019 11:21 AM Local Time
Final Day of Event #61: COLOSSUS - $400 No Limit Hold'Em Begins at 12 p.m


The fourth and final of Event #61: COLOSSUS - $400 No Limit Hold'em starts today at 12 p.m, and this will be an extra day as the organizers originally planned for this legendary tournament only to be a three-day event. Only eight players remain of the 13,109 total entries, with one champion about to be crowned.

Greek player Georgios Kapalas bagged the chip lead at the end of Day 3 with 105,700,000. He will be up against talented opposition, starting with World Series of Poker gold bracelet winner Andrew Barber, who sits a close second with 89,300,000 in chips. Barber has the most WSOP cashes out of the remaining eight players with a total of 48 results and a total of $801,881 in WSOP earnings.

The other six remaining players are Maksim Kalman (85,500,000), Ryan Depaulo (72,400,000), Juan Lopez (56,500,000), Sejin Park (48,400,000), Norson Saho (47,900,000) and Patrick Miller (18,500,000), who goes into play as a pretty drastic short stack. Here's the full line-up.

Final Table Seat Draw

SeatPlayerCountryChip CountBig Blinds
1Georgios KapalasGreece105,700,00053
2Andrew BarberUnited States89,300,00045
3Maksim KalmanUnited States85,500,00043
4Norson SahoBrazil47,900,00024
5Patrick MillerUnited States18,500,0009
6Ryan DepauloUnited States72,400,00036
7Juan LopezUnited States56,500,00028
8Sejin ParkSouth Korea48,400,00024

All of the players are guaranteed a payout of $53,925, but they are all battling for the $451,272 first place prize and the coveted World Series of Poker gold bracelet.

This tournament will resume at 12 noon today with 19 minutes left in Level 42 which has blinds of 1,000,000/2,000,000, and a big blind ante of 2,000,000, with action streamed all the way until a champion is crowned. Make sure to stay tuned in to PokerNews for all the latest updates.

Playtika - Jason Alexander