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

Saturday, July 06, 2019 to Friday, July 12, 2019

$1000 +$111 Little One for One Drop (Event #75)

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  • Buy-in: $1,111
  • Prizepool: $5,623,200
  • Entries: 6,248
  • Remaining: 0

EVENT UPDATES

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Friday, July 12, 2019 1:50 PM Local Time
Hands #190-196: Guibert Doubles Twice Through Anderson

Marco Guibert

Hand #190: James Anderson shoved the small blind and Marco Guibert called all in for 17,600,000 in the big blind.

Marco Guibert:   
James Anderson:   

The board ran out       for Guibert to double up.

Hand #191: Guibert limped the small blind and Karam checked his option. Guibert bet 2,500,000 on the     flop and Karam called, before both players checked the   on the turn.

The river was the   and Guibert bet 5,100,000. Karam called but had to muck when Guibert showed   .

Hand #192: Guibert made it 4,500,000 on the button and won the hand.

Hand #193: Anderson limped the small blind and Guibert checked. Anderson bet 2,500,000 on the     flop and Guibert folded.

Hand #194: Guibert limped and Karam checked. The     flop went check/check. Guibert check/folded the   turn to a bet of 3,000,000.

Hand #195: Guibert raised to 4,400,000 on the button, Anderson three-bet shoved from the small blind and Guibert instantly called all in for 47,800,000.

Marco Guibert:   
James Anderson:   

Guibert's kings held up on a       board and he clapped his hands in excitement.

Marco Guibert98,600,00079,100,000
James Anderson93,100,000-66,900,000
Fernando Karam59,600,000-9,400,000
Friday, July 12, 2019 1:43 PM Local Time
Hands #182-189: Back and Forth Between Karam and Anderson

Hand #182: Marco Guibert completed his small blind and folded after Fernando Karam raised to 10,000,000.

Hand #183: Guibert called on the button and Karam completed his option while James Anderson chcked to create a three-way pot.

The three players checked throughout the board       and Anderson took down the pot with   .

Hand #184: Anderson moved all in from the small blind and Guibert folded.

Hand #185: Anderson raised to 4,500,000 on the button and Karam called in the big blind.

The flop appeared     and Karam check-called Anderson's continuation for 3,500,000. Both checked on the   turn. The   completed the boar and karam led out for 10,000,000. Anderson eventually called but only to see    in Karam's hand for the full house and mucked.

Hand #186: Anderson got a walk.

Hand #187: Karam raised on the button to 4,500,000 and folded after Anderson three-bet to 14,000,000.

Hand #188: Anderson raised to 4,500,000 on the button and Karam decided to make the call.

The flop brought     and both checked to see a   on the turn. Karam fired 6,500,000 and faced a raised to 16,000,000 from Anderson. Karam called.

The river fell a   and Karam checked. Anderson thought about his move and announced all in. Karam quickly let it go.

Hand #189: Anderson got a walk.

James Anderson160,000,00025,000,000
Fernando Karam69,000,000-3,000,000
Marco Guibert19,500,000-15,500,000
Friday, July 12, 2019 1:31 PM Local Time
Hands #175-181: Karam Pounds on Anderson

Fernando Karam

Hand #175: Fernando Karam raised to 5,000,000 from under the gun and won the hand.

Hand #176: James Anderson raised to 4,500,000 on the button and won the hand.

Hand #177: Karam limped the small blind and Anderson checked. The flop     and turn   got checked. The river was the   and Karam check-folded to 8,500,000 from Anderson.

Hand #178: Anderson limped small blind and Marco Guibert checked his option. The flop was     and Anderson bet 3,000,000. The turn   went check/check.

The river was the   and Anderson cut out 9,500,000. Guibert folded after a long tank.

Hand #179: Guibert limped the small blind and Karam checked. The     flop went check/check. Guibert bet 2,300,000 on the   turn and won the hand.

Hand #180: Karam limped the small blind and Anderson checked. The     flop went check/check. Karam bet 3,000,000 and Anderson folded.

Hand #181: Karam raised to 5,000,000 on the button, Anderson three-bet to 11,000,000 in the small blind and Karam called. The flop was     and Anderson bet 9,500,000. Karam moved all in and Anderson snap-folded.

James Anderson135,000,000-8,000,000
Fernando Karam72,000,00020,000,000
Marco Guibert35,000,000-15,100,000
Friday, July 12, 2019 1:19 PM Local Time
Liran Betito Eliminated in 4th Place ($236,151)

Liran Betito

Hand #174: James Anderson raise to 3,500,000 in the small blind position and faced an all-in raise from Liran Betito for a remaining stack around 10,000,000. Anderson quickly called and the players tabled their cards:

Liran Betito:   
James Anderson:   

Betito had the best starting had and was in good shape for a double up after the board first fell     .

However, a   showed up on the river, giving a pair of nines to Betito who made his way to the cashier to collect his $236,151 prize.

James Anderson143,000,0004,000,000
Liran Betito0-9,500,000
Friday, July 12, 2019 1:05 PM Local Time
Level 42 started
Level: 42
Blinds: 1,000,000/2,000,000
Ante: 2,000,000
Friday, July 12, 2019 1:03 PM Local Time
Hands #167- 173 : Karam Doubles Through Betito

Hand #167: James Anderson raised to 3,500,000 on the button and Marco Guibert called in the big blind. Both checked throught the board       and Guibert tabled    to win the pot while Anderson mucked.

Hand #168: Anderson raised in the cutoff to 3,500,000 and folded after Fernando Karam pushed all in in the big blind.

Hand #169: Liran Betito raised to 3,200,000 under the gun and it folded to Karam who called in the big blind.

Things heated on the flop    . Karam checked and snap-called after Betito announce all in. Karam turned over    for a flopped flush while Betito held    for a pair of eights.

Betito found no help on the   turn and   river and Karam doubled up.

Hand #170: Betito got a walk.

Hand #171: Anderson raised on the button to 3,500,000 and earned the blinds.

New Blinds 1,000,000/ 2,000,000 ante 2,000,000

Hand #172: Karam got a walk.

Hand #173: Walk for Anderson

Fernando Karam52,000,00028,000,000
Liran Betito9,500,000-30,500,000
Friday, July 12, 2019 1:02 PM Local Time
Shalom Elharar Eliminated in 5th Place ($177,639)

Shalom Elharar

Hand #166: Marco Guibert shoved all in for 25,700,000 from under the gun and Shalom Elharar called all in for 20,400,000 on the button.

Shalom Elharar:   
Marco Guibert:   

The board ran out       and Guibert loudly celebrated as he caught both the ace and king to knock out Elharar in 5th place.

James Anderson139,000,0009,000,000
Marco Guibert50,100,00024,300,000
Liran Betito40,000,0007,000,000
Fernando Karam24,000,000-4,000,000
Shalom Elharar0-50,000,000
Friday, July 12, 2019 12:58 PM Local Time
Hands #160-165: Shove and Fold

Hand #160: Liran Betito raised to 3,600,000 from under the gun and James Anderson called from the big blind. The     flop went check/check. Anderson bet 6,000,000 on the   turn and netted a fold.

Hand #161: Shalom Elharar raised to 4,100,000 on the button, Anderson made a sizable three-bet to 20,800,000 in the small blind and both Israeli's folded including big blind Betito.

Hand #162: Elharar limped in on the cutoff, Betito shoved from the small blind and the others folded.

Hand #163: Anderson made it 3,500,000 in the cutoff, Betito shoved once again, this time on the button, and Anderson folded.

Hand #164: Fernando Karam shoved the small blind and Elharar folded the big blind.

Hand #165: Guibert shoved all in from the cutoff and won the hand.

Friday, July 12, 2019 12:52 PM Local Time
Hands #155-159: Karam Tumbles Down Versus Anderson

Hand #155: James Anderson raised under the gun and it was called by Fernando Karam in the small blind.

The flop fell     and Karam check-called Anderson's continuation bet for 3,500,000. On the   turn, Fernando checked once more and raised to 13,000,000 a bet worth 5,800,000 from Anderson. The latter tanked and called.

The river was the   and Fernando fired 19,000,000, putting Anderson into a decision. Anderson ended up tossing a chip for the call and showed    for two pair. Karam mucked his cards.

Hand #156: Liran Betito got a walk.

Hand #157: Anderson raised on the button and got the blinds.

Hand #158: Shalom Elharar limped in the hijack and it folded to Karam in the big blind who thought it was a raise and folded.

Hand #159: Anderson raised under the gun to 3,500,000 and no one called.

James Anderson130,000,00044,000,000
Fernando Karam28,000,000-32,000,000
Friday, July 12, 2019 12:40 PM Local Time
Hands #148-154: Guibert Pushing the Short Stack

Marco Guibert

Hand #148: Liran Betito shoved from the small blind and Marco Guibert folded the big blind.

Hand #149: Fernando Karam raised to 3,500,000 in the small blind and Shalom Elharar called in the big blind. Karam check-called 4,500,000 on the flop before both players checked the   on the turn.

Karam bet 8,000,000 on the   river and Elharar folded in disgust.

Hand #150: Guibert shoved all in on the button and won the hand.

Hand #151: James Anderson got a walk.

Hand #152: Guibert shoved all in from under the gun and won the hand.

Hand #153: Betito was in the small blind and once folded on him, he took a long stare at Guibert's stack in the big blind. He then raised to 4,000,000 and Guibert folded.

Hand #154: Anderson made it 3,400,000 in the cutoff and Guibert three-bet shoved 19,200,000 from the small blind. Karam appeared to have a decision in the big blind and folded after a minute of thought. Anderson asked for a count but folded shortly after.

Marco Guibert25,800,0002,600,000
Friday, July 12, 2019 12:33 PM Local Time
Hands #142-147: Betito Doubles Through Anderson

Hand #142: James Anderson moved all in from the small blind and took down the pot.

Hand #143: Anderson announced all in from the button and Liran Betito snap-called to create the following showdown:

Liran Betito:   
James Anderson:   

Betita had the dominating hand and the board brought no surprise with       to give him the double up.

Hand #144: Betito moved all in on the button and earned the blinds.

Hand #145: Fernando Karam raised his small blind to 3,800,000 and Shalom Elharar tanked before calling. The flop brought     and this time Elharar folded after a continuation bet from Karam.

Hand #146: Elharam completed his small blind and Anderson checked. The flop     went check-check and the turn was the  . Elharar bet 1,500,000 and got a fold from Anderson.

Hand #147: Anderson raised from the small blind and Betito folded.

James Anderson86,000,000-14,000,000
Liran Betito33,000,00013,000,000
Friday, July 12, 2019 12:25 PM Local Time
Hands #138-141: Anderson Catches for Monster Double

James Anderson

Hand #138: James Anderson raised to 3,400,000 on the button, Liran Betito three-bet to 9,200,000 in the small blind and Anderson called. The flop was     and Betito bet 13,000,000. Anderson shoved all in for 38,500.000 and Betito snapped him off.

James Anderson:   
Liran Betito:   

"Yes!" yelled his fellow Israeli Shalom Elharar at the table, who seemingly was more anxious about the runout than Betito. Anderson needed an ace or deuce and caught exactly that when the   fell on the turn.

"No mami," Elharar said in exasperation after the deuce rolled off. The   river could change nothing and a disgusted Betito was left with just 8,200,000.

Hand #139: Betito shipped the 8,200,000 in on the button and received a swift call from Fernando Karam in the big blind.

Liran Betito:   
Fernando Karam:   

The board ran out       and the previously deflated Israeli rail found life when the king fell on the river. A loud "Yes!" from Elharar once again echoed around the Amazon room.

Hand #140: Karam raised to 3,800,000 in the small blind, Elharar three-bet shoved 23,900,000, and Karam nodded and called.

Shalom Elharar:   
Fernando Karam:   

The board fell       and Elharar and the Israelis cheered in delight.

Hand #141: Elharar limped the small blind and check-folded the     flop to a 2,300,000 bet from Anderson.

James Anderson100,000,00050,800,000
Fernando Karam60,000,000-33,500,000
Shalom Elharar50,000,00025,500,000
Liran Betito20,000,000-32,400,000
Friday, July 12, 2019 12:15 PM Local Time
Hands #133-137: Small Pots

Hand #133: Liran Betito raised to 3,500,00 in the small blind and Marco Guibert called. The flop brought     and Betito open-shoved. Guibert let it go.

Hand #134: James Anderson raised in the cutoff and Betito called on the button. Guibert shoved and it was enough to grab the pot right away.

Hand #135: Guibert limped on the button and Fernando Karam and Shalom Elharar called in the blinds. The flop came     and the three players checked. The   came on the turn and Elharar bet after it was checked to him and his opponents folded.

Hand #136: Karam raised to 3,200,000 on the button and Elharar and Anderson called in the blinds. On the flop    , it was checked to Karam who sent a continuation bet and won the pot.

Hand #137: Elharar min-raised on the button and Anderson pushed from the small blinds. It came back to Elharar who quickly folded.

Friday, July 12, 2019 12:04 PM Local Time
Shuffle Up and Deal

Cards are now in the air for the final table of Event #75: $1,000+111 Little One for One Drop No-Limit Hold'em.

Friday, July 12, 2019 12:02 PM Local Time
Level 41 started
Level: 41
Blinds: 800,000/1,600,000
Ante: 1,600,000
COPAG USA
Friday, July 12, 2019 11:45 AM Local Time
Who Will Win Event #75: $1,000+111 Little One for One Drop No-Limit Hold'em?

Fernando Karam

The five remaining players of Event #75: $1,000+111 Little One for One Drop No-Limit Hold'em will come back today in Amazon room at 12 pm local time to decide who will win the coveted bracelet and the first place prize of $690,686.

This event began back on Saturday, July 6, and four full days brought a field of 6,246 hopefuls down to just five hopefuls with a big disparity between the chip leader and the chasing pack.

Leading the way today is Fernando Karam with 93,500,000 chips. He is way clear of second-placed Liran Betito, who has (52,400,000) and James Anderson (49,200,000), each of whom sit either side of roughly half of the chip leader's stack.

Shalom Elharar (27,500,000), and Marco Guibert (23,200,000) are shorter still but will chase with hope as they battle to take down the current chip leader. Each of the five players is already guaranteed a nice $177,639 payday for their accomplishments so far, but all five have their eyes on the coveted bracelet.

Final Table Results So Far

PositionPlayerCountryPrize
1  $690,686
2  $426,543
3  $316,233
4  $236,151
5  $177,639
6Nils TolpingrudUnited States$134,608
7Mark StrodlUnited States$102,757
8Ying FuChina$79,029
9Robert MatherUnited States$61,238

Levels are 60 minutes each and PokerNews will be on the floor with updates of every hand until the winner is crowned.

Friday, July 12, 2019 11:40 AM Local Time
Chip Counts and Seat Draw
SeatPlayerCountryChip Count
1Shalom ElhararUnited States24,500,000
2James AndersonUnited States49,200,000
3Liran BetitoIsrael52,400,000
4Marco GuibertArgentina23,200,000
5Fernando KaramBrazil93,500,000