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

Tuesday, July 02, 2019 to Thursday, July 04, 2019

$10,000 Limit Hold'em Championship (Event #72)

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  • Buy-in: $10,000
  • Prizepool: $1,109,200
  • Entries: 118
  • Remaining: 0


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Tuesday, July 2, 2019 10:45 PM Local Time
Eslami on a Few Bets

Ali Eslami bet in the cutoff after several players checked to him on     . Small blind David Mosca raised and the other two players folded. Eslami called and then called another bet on the   river. He couldn't beat   .

At a neighboring table, Junichi Nakanowatari busted out.

David Mosca160,000
Ali Eslami12,200-21,800
Junichi Nakanowatari0-9,600
Tuesday, July 2, 2019 10:34 PM Local Time
Rutter Cracks Aces With Ace-Nine

Stuart Rutter bet the end on       and received a call from Junichi Nakanowatari. Rutter opened    for the nut flush and Nakanowatari flashed   .

Stuart Rutter41,000-29,000
Junichi Nakanowatari9,600
Tuesday, July 2, 2019 10:33 PM Local Time
Ace High for Hui Gets Some Chips Back

On a board that read       Phil Hui bet and was called by his opponent. He turned over    which was good enough to take the pot as his opponent mucked his hand and Hui regained some chips.

Phil Hui38,000-29,000
Tuesday, July 2, 2019 10:28 PM Local Time
Updated Chip Counts
Anthony Marsico200,000-11,000
Chi Chong175,000
Sam Snead170,00061,000
Juha Helppi140,500-54,500
Robert Mizrachi85,000-39,000
Kevin Song83,0005,000
Katherine Fleck77,20046,500
James Chen69,000-34,000
Jesse Martin60,000
Ali Eslami34,00011,600
Yuri Dzivielevski20,400-65,600
David "ODB" Baker4,200-34,800
Tuesday, July 2, 2019 10:21 PM Local Time
Dan Zack Enters the Field

Player of the Year contender, Dan Zack has just taken advantage of late registration and has entered the fray of the 10K Limit Hold'Em event.

Dan Zack60,00060,000
Tuesday, July 2, 2019 10:14 PM Local Time
Deeb Busts Silver

Shaun Deeb, in an earlier event.

Max Silver bet from the button on     , only to have Shaun Deeb check-raise him from middle position. Silver had only about 11,000 left to start the street, so another raise would put him all in.

"I'm getting slowrolled," Deeb predicted. "He's gonna call, and he's gonna have aces."

Silver did get it in but his    was smashed by   . The   river was worthless for him, so Deeb collected his remaining chips.

Shaun Deeb159,00073,000
Max Silver0-59,000
Tuesday, July 2, 2019 10:14 PM Local Time
Arieh vs McKeehen

As the main event approaches tomorrow, two players with Main Event final table experience squared off in a hand. Josh Arieh and Joe McKeehen saw a flop of    . Arieh bet and McKeehen called. The turn was the  . Arieh fired again and this time McKeehen laid it down to the pressure.

Joe McKeehen83,000-8,000
Josh Arieh66,000-27,000
Tuesday, July 2, 2019 10:08 PM Local Time
Laplante Drops a Four-Bet Pot

Ryan Laplante three-bet on the button after Raul Paez raised in the cutoff, only to see Paez four-bet it. Laplante called and then called the first two streets as       rolled off the deck. Faced with a bet on the end, he grimaced and folded in fairly short order.

Ryan Laplante73,000-14,000
Raul Paez63,200-21,800
Tuesday, July 2, 2019 9:58 PM Local Time
Another Set for Dzivielevski

Three players saw a     flop and Yuri Dzivielevski checked from early position. Another player checked and the hijack bet. Dzivielevski raised, the third player reraised, and the bettor mucked. Dzivielevski called and both players checked the  , bringing an  . Dzivielevski bet and showed    to win the pot at showdown.

Yuri Dzivielevski86,000-9,000
Tuesday, July 2, 2019 9:57 PM Local Time
Donoghue Takes From Brown

On a flop of     Kenneth Donoghue bet and was raised by Andrew Brown. Donoghue called. The turn was the  . Brown bet and Donoghue called. The river came the  . Brown bet again and Donoghue put his hand out with chips as if he was going to call but paused for about ten seconds before releasing the chips for the call.

Brown turned over the    for top pair but was out-kicked as Donoghue showed the    and took in the pot.

Andrew Brown107,000-23,000
Kenneth Donoghue96,00046,000
Tuesday, July 2, 2019 9:54 PM Local Time
Helppi Keeps Crushing
Juha Helppi195,00035,000
Andrew Brown130,00073,400
James Chen103,00015,000
Ryan Laplante87,000-13,000
Phil Hui67,00049,500
Julien Martini60,000
Max Silver59,000-35,500
Nick Pupillo27,000-48,000
Jameson Painter25,000-8,000
Mike Watson13,000-43,000
Daniel Negreanu0-16,100
Toru Wakamatsu0-35,000
Tuesday, July 2, 2019 9:45 PM Local Time
Level 7 started
Level: 7
Blinds: 2,000/4,000
Ante: 0
Tuesday, July 2, 2019 9:30 PM Local Time
Break Time

It is now time for a 15 minute break for the players.

Tuesday, July 2, 2019 9:22 PM Local Time
Quads for Donoghue

On a board that read       Kenneth Donoghue bet. Eric Wasserson was deeply indecisive over the bet and held his cards up and played with them while thinking. He bent the corner of one of the cards before tossing them into the muck for a frustrated fold.

Donoghue assuaged his unease though as he showed    for flopped quads, assuring Wasserson that he indeed had made the correct fold.

Eric Wasserson63,000-4,000
Kenneth Donoghue50,00050,000
Tuesday, July 2, 2019 9:18 PM Local Time
Painter and Akkari Both Brick

Jameson Painter opened for a raise in the cutoff and Andre Akkari three-bet in the small blind. Painter called and the board ran out       with Painter calling flop and turn bets. Both checked on the river and Akkari opened   . Painter also bricked out but his    was a winner.

Jameson Painter33,000-10,000
Andre Akkari31,000-10,300
Tuesday, July 2, 2019 9:16 PM Local Time
Updated Chip Counts
Kyle Ray120,000
Eli Elezra100,000
David Olson100,000
Max Silver94,50043,000
Shaun Deeb86,000-18,000
Raul Paez85,00025,000
Matt Glantz70,000-25,000
Ronnie Bardah61,0006,000
Andre Akkari41,30024,300
David "ODB" Baker39,000-17,000
Daniel Negreanu16,100-10,400
Tuesday, July 2, 2019 9:14 PM Local Time
Arieh Gets Paid with Top Pair

Josh Arieh bet on a flop of     and was called. The turn was the  , Arieh bet again and was called. The river came the  . Once more Arieh bet and got a call after some hesitation.

Arieh revealed    which was good enough to take down the pot.

Josh Arieh93,00014,000
Tuesday, July 2, 2019 9:04 PM Local Time
Helppi Pacing Field
Juha Helppi160,00039,000
Anthony Marsico130,00010,000
Benny Glaser116,00032,000
Sam Snead109,00039,000
Josh Arieh79,00029,600
Nick Pupillo75,00039,000
Ryan Laplante62,000
Anthony Zinno27,000-30,000
Daniel Negreanu26,500-24,500
Alan Myerson22,100-37,900
Matthew Gonzales17,000-22,500
Tuesday, July 2, 2019 9:03 PM Local Time
Henson Busted

Ray Henson got the three-bet in preflop and then called a four-bet from Daniel Demicki, then got his remaining crumbs in on     with   . Unfortunately for Henson, he'd taken a beat for the moment against   . The turn was a   and the river an   and Henson headed for the exit.

Daniel Demicki29,500
Ray Henson0-29,300
Tuesday, July 2, 2019 8:52 PM Local Time
Flush for Song After Confusion

After the floor was called to the table over a debate about who a certain card belonged on the deal, there was another controversy over a bet size being a raise or a call. After the initial confusion was eventually cleared up, three players saw a flop of    . Kevin Song bet on the flop and was called by both opponents.

The turn was the  . Action was checked around. The river was the   and Song bet again, which folded out one of his opponents but got a call from the other. Song turned over the    for the flush and took down the decent size pot.

Kevin Song78,00018,000