Monday, July 15, 2019 6:20 PM Local Time
Jerry Robinson Eliminated in 16th Place ($23,214)
There was yet another three way all in and short stack Jerry Robinson had shoved with . He got two callers, one from Timothy Miles with and one from Adam Johnson with .
The board ran out and Robinson made his way to the exit and Johnson collected the pot.
|Adam Johnson||5,500,000||3,800,000 |
|Jerry Robinson||0||-2,200,000 |
Monday, July 15, 2019 6:20 PM Local Time
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Monday, July 15, 2019 6:15 PM Local Time
Martin Carnero Eliminated in 17th Place ($23,214)
Following the hand noted below, Martin Carnero was unable to spin back up after getting his last few chips in with and running into Shaun Deeb's .
The board favored the preflop favorite and Carnero is out the door.
|Shaun Deeb||9,900,000||500,000 |
|Martin Carnero||0||-320,000 |
Monday, July 15, 2019 6:10 PM Local Time
Ryan Leng Eliminated in 18th Place ($23,214)
The bustouts are coming at a furious pace so. Action replayed by players at the table.
After the board ranout Leng was eliminated in an impressive 18th place.
|Carlos Chang||8,300,000||0 |
|Ryan Leng||0||0 |
Monday, July 15, 2019 6:05 PM Local Time
Deeb Gets Lucky in Three-Way All in to Take the Chip Lead
Christopher Fisher opened the button and Martin Carnero three-bet all in from the small blind. Shaun Deeb was in the big blind and he went all in too. Back on Fisher and he overcalled, making it a three-way all in.
Fisher was looking good to eliminate two. Nothing untoward happened on the flop. The turn was the , giving Deeb a flush draw and a deuce for a wheel straight but instead it was an , giving Deeb a full triple up and leaving Carnero extremely short and Fisher in trouble too.
|Shaun Deeb||9,400,000||6,950,000 |
|Christopher Fisher||1,450,000||-2,910,000 |
|Martin Carnero||320,000||-3,780,000 |
Monday, July 15, 2019 5:50 PM Local Time
Devin Looney Eliminated in 19th Place
Devin Looney has hit the rail, one place of a money ladder and that signals another table redraw.
Looney moved all in blind versus blind and Sergio Aguilar tanked before finding a call.
The flop hit for both players but Looney still had the advantage. The was safe too, but he couldn't dodge the on the river, to give Aguilar two-pair.
|Sergio Aguilar||9,100,000||2,600,000 |
|Devin Looney||0||-2,950,000 |
Monday, July 15, 2019 5:45 PM Local Time
Jonathan Tamayo Eliminated in 20th Place ($18,586)
Sergio Martiaguilar moved all in from the cutoff and Jonathan Tamayo, next to act, moved all in for less and the blinds folded.
The board ran out , which was no help to Tamayo and he was eliminated.
|Sergio Aguilar||6,500,000||2,100,000 |
|Jonathan Tamayo||0||-2,700,000 |
Monday, July 15, 2019 5:37 PM Local Time
Steve Kelly Eliminated in 21st Place ($18,586)
Steve Kelly moved all in and was called by Carlos Chang on his left. No one else wanted to get involved and they spun their cards on their backs.
Chang was surprised to find out that he was in such bad shape and it was looking like he was going to take a hit when the flop came , although he'd picked up a gutshot, giving him six outs in total. The turn was no help but a on the river was and Chang looked dumbfounded. Kelly seemed quite calm as he got up to collect his winnings.
|Carlos Chang||6,850,000||0 |
|Steven Kelly||0||0 |
Monday, July 15, 2019 5:33 PM Local Time
Robert Angeleri Eliminated in 22nd Place ($18,586)
After Robert Angeleri raised it to 260,000 from early position, Abhinav Iyer moved all in from his big blind. Angeleri made the call and was all in.
The board ran out and Angeleri was eliminated in 22nd place.
|Abhinav Iyer||15,000,000||8,100,000 |
|Robert Angeleri||0||-2,200,000 |
Monday, July 15, 2019 5:29 PM Local Time
Daniel Johnson Eliminated in 23rd Place ($18,586)
It was back to back losses that sent Daniel Johnson to the rail. First he raise-called Usman Siddique's all in and found himself behind with against Siddique's . The board ran out , giving Siddique the double up.
The next hand Johnson lost a flip with pocket against Christopher Fisher's . The first card out on the flop put him on the back foot and he couldn't recover on the turn or river.
|Christopher Fisher||4,360,000||860,000 |
|Usman Siddique||3,900,000||1,900,000 |
|Daniel Johnson||0||-2,000,000 |
Monday, July 15, 2019 5:25 PM Local Time
Daniel Neilson Elminated in 24th Place ($18,586)
It was a classic cooler with two premium hands dealt on the table, it was no surprise that all the chips went into the middle preflop.
Neilson was on the wrong side of it and couldn't find help with a completed board reading and he headed towards the door. Lafleur has a huge stack after that hand, putting him in the chip lead.
|Sammy Lafleur||7,300,000||2,800,000 |
|Daniel Neilson||0||-2,900,000 |
Monday, July 15, 2019 5:13 PM Local Time
Shi Chen Eliminated in 25th Place ($18,586)
Shaun Deeb opened to 200,000 for the second time in two hands and Patrick Eskandar moved all in for the second time too.
It folded round to Shi Chen in the big blind who called all in. Deeb let it go and the two players turned over their cards.
There was an ace in the window on the board, giving Eskandar a set. A turn gave Chen a set and he was looking for either a spade that did not pair the board, or the case queen to stay alive. The river was the instead though and Chen headed towards the payouts desk, while Eskandar started to stack his newly acquired chips.
|Patrick Eskandar||3,050,000||1,550,000 |
|Shaun Deeb||2,450,000||-1,150,000 |
|Shi Chen||0||-600,000 |
Monday, July 15, 2019 5:10 PM Local Time
Maxwell Young Eliminated in 26th Place ($18,586)
Carlos Chang raised it up to 250,000 from under-the-gun and when action folded around to Maxwell Young in the small blind he moved all in. The big-blind player folded and Chang made the call.
The board ran out and Young was eliminated in 27th place.
|Carlos Chang||5,660,000||460,000 |
|Maxwell Young||0||-460,000 |
Monday, July 15, 2019 5:05 PM Local Time
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|Abhinav Iyer||6,900,000||600,000 |
|Carlos Chang||5,200,000||4,135,000 |
|Sammy Lafleur||4,500,000||4,242,000 |
|Sergio Aguilar||4,400,000||1,900,000 |
|JC Tran||4,300,000||150,000 |
|Martin Carnero||4,100,000||3,325,000 |
|Shaun Deeb||3,600,000||2,100,000 |
|Christopher Fisher||3,500,000||-50,000 |
|Rex Clinkscales||2,900,000||2,065,000 |
|Daniel Neilson||2,900,000||-600,000 |
|Jonathan Tamayo||2,700,000||1,520,000 |
|Devin Looney||2,400,000||-200,000 |
|Robert Angeleri||2,200,000||-950,000 |
|Jerry Robinson||2,200,000||0 |
|Ryan Leng||2,200,000||-120,000 |
|Steve Yea||2,100,000||100,000 |
|Daniel Johnson||2,000,000||1,625,000 |
|Usman Siddique||2,000,000||1,609,000 |
|Jacob Seale||1,700,000||400,000 |
|Adam Johnson||1,700,000||730,000 |
|Patrick Eskandar||1,500,000||25,000 |
|Jason Reels||1,500,000||-430,000 |
|Steven Kelly||900,000||710,000 |
|Denis Gnidash||650,000||-625,000 |
|Shi Chen||600,000||-2,125,000 |
|Maxwell Young||460,000||-1,650,000 |
Monday, July 15, 2019 5:00 PM Local Time
Iyer with a Monster Stack After Eliminating Gross
Jeff Gross's run has come to an end after moving all in preflop for around 1,500,000 with and running into Abhinav Iyer's pocket .
Gross couldn't find an ace on the board and he hits the rail just shy of the table redraw. Meanwhile Iyer is in a commanding position with a huge stack now.
|Abhinav Iyer||6,300,000||1,525,000 |
|Jeff Gross||0||0 |
Monday, July 15, 2019 4:58 PM Local Time
Nguyen Eliminated by Iyer
The action picked up on the river on a board of in a four-way pot with a small side pot and Tam Nguyen, the start-of-day chip leader, all in.
The big blind player checked, Abhinav Iyer bet 350,000, Jacob Seale made the call and the big-blind player check-folded.
Iyer took both the main and side pots with the flush and Nguyen was eliminated from the tournament.
|Abhinav Iyer||4,775,000||3,993,000 |
|Jacob Seale||1,300,000||705,000 |
|Tam Nguyen||0||-1,284,000 |
Monday, July 15, 2019 4:55 PM Local Time
Back to Back Jacks for Johnson
Adam Johnson just had jacks two hands in a row and he won with the first and lost with the second.
In the first hand, he called an all in after an open and a three-bet shove from Vincas Tamasauskas. His won on the board against Tamasauskas's .
The second hand was versus Ryan Leng. Once again all the chips went in preflop, with Leng shipping all in with but running into Johnson's . Leng made a set on the flop and there was no jack on the turn or river, leaving Johnson only slightly better off from where he was two hands ago.
|Ryan Leng||2,320,000||920,000 |
|Adam Johnson||970,000||790,000 |
|Vincas Tamasauskas||465,000||-2,635,000 |
Monday, July 15, 2019 4:49 PM Local Time
Fisher Eliminates Shaffer
Brett Shaffer moved all in for his last 500,000 in chips from the small blind and was called by Christopher Fisher from the big blind after he confirmed that it was exactly 400,000 more to call.
Fisher moved ahead on the flop and the runout kept him in the lead and eliminated Shaffer from the tournament.
|Christopher Fisher||3,550,000||50,000 |
|Brett Shaffer||0||-456,000 |
Monday, July 15, 2019 4:48 PM Local Time
Say Goodbye to...
|Natalie Teh||0||-650,000 |
|Kyle Anderson||0||-225,000 |
|Aaron Johnson (MN)||0||-306,000 |
|Ian Simpson||0||-698,000 |
|Benjamin Reinhart||0||-386,000 |
|Ivan Stankov||0||-216,000 |
|Mastoshi Kato||0||-200,000 |
|Fiodor Martino||0||-337,000 |
|Philippe Rousseaux||0||-610,000 |
|Dylan Linde||0||-1,100,000 |
|Alex Freiberg||0||-368,000 |
|Ari Engel||0||-1,525,000 |
|Mukul Pahuja||0||-530,000 |
|Pat Lyons||0||-750,000 |
|Conrad Coetzer||0||0 |
Monday, July 15, 2019 4:43 PM Local Time
JC Tran opened the action from the button, making it 200,000 to play. Sergio Aguilar called in the big blind and they saw an flop. Aguilar check-called Tran's 150,000 continuation bet and they went to the turn.
It was the and after another check, Tran barreled for 425,000 and Aguilar let it go.
|JC Tran||4,150,000||2,480,000 |
|Sergio Aguilar||2,500,000||1,258,000 |