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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

EVENT UPDATES

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Tuesday, July 2, 2019 8:48 PM Local Time
Gregorich and Brown Win Without Showdown

Mark Gregorich raised on the button and James Chen called in the big blind. On the     flop, Chen check-raised and Gregorich called. Chen bet the   turn and Gregorich raised. Chen gave it up.

At the neighboring table, Toru Wakamatsu raised in the cutoff and Andrew Brown three-bet it on his left. The big blind came along, as did Wakamatsu, making it three to the     flop. Brown bet and only the big blind continued. He check-called the   as well but waved the white flag on the   river with a check-fold.

James Chen88,000-6,000
Mark Gregorich59,000-21,000
Andrew Brown56,600-5,400
Tuesday, July 2, 2019 8:36 PM Local Time
McKeehen Rivers Nguyen Out of Tournament

Joe McKeehen

Stephanie Nguyen found herself all in before the flop holding    against the    of Joe McKeehen. The flop would be good to Nguyen as it came the    . The turn was a hamrless  . But the river sent her home as the   peeled off to give McKeehen the winning pair.

Joe McKeehen91,00033,000
Stephanie Nguyen0-52,000
Tuesday, July 2, 2019 8:33 PM Local Time
Level 6 started
Level: 6
Blinds: 1,500/3,000
Ante: 0
Tuesday, July 2, 2019 8:33 PM Local Time
Hui Survives

Phil Hui

Phil Hui was already all in before the river with       on the board. Eric Panayiotou checked from under the gun, Matthew Gonzales bet into the side pot, and Katherine Fleck thought a bit then folded.

"There's too much out there," Panayiotou declared, throwing in a call.

"Ace-high," Gonzales said with a shake of the head, showing    when instructed to turn his cards over.

Panayiotou had better ace-high with    and Fleck lamented folding her pair. Hui took the main pot with   .

Eric Panayiotou119,00033,000
Matthew Gonzales39,500-20,500
Katherine Fleck30,700-21,400
Phil Hui17,500-1,500
Tuesday, July 2, 2019 8:25 PM Local Time
Mizrachi Surging

Robert Mizrachi bet the turn and river from middle position against the big blind on      . He showed    and took the pot down, moving to around 120,000 in chips.

Robert Mizrachi124,00057,000
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Tuesday, July 2, 2019 8:21 PM Local Time
Newell Flops Trips

In a three-way pot, big blind Reese Newell bet the turn with      on the felt. Brock Parker called from early position and the small blind folded. The river was a   and Parker called a bet but couldn't beat    for trips.

Reese Newell121,000-4,000
Brock Parker59,0006,000
Tuesday, July 2, 2019 8:21 PM Local Time
Zinno Rivers Straight

Anthony Zinno bet on a flop of     his opponent called. The turn was the  . Zinno bet again and was called again. The river came the  . Again Zinno led out with a bet and his opponent matched him with the chips in the middle.

Zinno showed the    for the straight and pulled in the pot.

Anthony Zinno57,00020,000
Tuesday, July 2, 2019 8:10 PM Local Time
Panayoitou Binks on Hui Again

Phil Hui opened from early position and got action from Eric Panayiotou in the cutoff and Katherine Fleck in the big blind. Hui bet the flop and turn on      but then checked the   river. Panayiotou bet, Fleck tanked awhile and then folded, and Hui quickly called.

Panayiotou showed    for the nuts.

"You got my number, bud," Hui said, referencing an earlier hand where Panayiotou also ran out a nut straight on him.

Eric Panayiotou86,00014,000
Katherine Fleck52,100-2,200
Phil Hui19,000-22,000
Tuesday, July 2, 2019 8:01 PM Local Time
Overpair Good For Deeb

Shaun Deeb bet on the turn of a board reading      and got a call. The river was the  . Deeb bet again and got another call from his opponent albeit this time after a few moments of though.

Deeb turned over the    which took the pot as his opponent mucked his hand.

Shaun Deeb104,00019,000
Tuesday, July 2, 2019 7:59 PM Local Time
Semi-Bluff Gets There for Wakamatsu

Toru Wakamatsu checked from the small blind on      and Reese Newell bet from middle position. Wakamatsu came out raising and Newell called. The river was a   and Newell called a final bet, mucking to    for a straight.

Reese Newell125,0005,000
Toru Wakamatsu35,0008,000
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Tuesday, July 2, 2019 7:54 PM Local Time
Vitch and Moore First to Fall
Juha Helppi121,00046,000
Terrence Chan115,00035,000
James Chen94,00039,000
Andrew Brown62,000
David "ODB" Baker56,000
Daniel Negreanu51,0003,000
Phil Hui41,00010,200
Nick Pupillo36,00012,000
Andre Akkari17,000-35,000
Michael Moore0-18,000
Chris Vitch0-4,200
Tuesday, July 2, 2019 7:50 PM Local Time
Nguyen Fires Three Times to Fold Out Opponent

Stephanie Nguyen

On a board that ran out       Stephanie Nguyen bet on each street, getting a call from her opponent each time, until the river where her bet forced a fold and she collected the chips.

Stephanie Nguyen52,00052,000
Tuesday, July 2, 2019 7:41 PM Local Time
Gregorich Takes Four-Bet Pot

Mark Gregorich put in a four-bet from the cutoff and three-bettor Alex Torry called. Torry check-called     and both players checked the  . The river was a   and Torry bet. Gregorich flicked in a call and his    prevailed over   .

Mark Gregorich80,00020,000
Alex Torry62,00012,000
Tuesday, July 2, 2019 7:14 PM Local Time
Updated Chip Counts at Break

Players are on break.

Reese Newell120,00025,000
Yuri Dzivielevski95,00025,000
Benny Glaser84,00024,000
Stuart Rutter70,00010,000
Brock Parker53,000-7,000
Anthony Zinno37,000-23,000
Ali Eslami22,400-21,600
Michael Moore18,000-6,000
Chris Vitch4,200-55,800
Tuesday, July 2, 2019 7:06 PM Local Time
Pupillo Back In It

Nick Pupillo

Nick Pupillo got the cap in preflop from the cutoff and stuck the rest in on the     flop. Sam Snead completed the bet and a player in early position called. The   and   both checked through and Snead won the side pot with    over   .

Pupillo, however, had    and scooped the much larger main pot.

Sam Snead70,000
Nick Pupillo24,00021,600
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Tuesday, July 2, 2019 7:02 PM Local Time
Kurtzman Wins Three-Bet Pot

Sean Yu raised on the button and Eric Kurtzman three-bet in the big blind. Yu called and called again on the     flop. On the   turn, Kurtzman bet and Yu raised. Kurtzman reraised and Yu called. On the   river, Kurtzman bet and Yu called but couldn't beat   .

Eric Kurtzman39,000-21,000
Sean Yu31,000-69,000
Tuesday, July 2, 2019 6:50 PM Local Time
Wasserson Folds the River

With 7,000 in the pot, Eric Wasserson bet from the small blind on    . Toru Wakamatsu called and the turn was a  . Wasserson flicked in another bet but this time, Wakamatsu raised after about a minute of thought. Wasserson called and the river was a  . He checked and faced a final bet.

After muttering to himself for a bit, he laid it down.

Eric Wasserson67,0001,000
Toru Wakamatsu27,000-28,500
Tuesday, July 2, 2019 6:46 PM Local Time
Updated Chip Counts
Todd Witteles114,500900
Robert Mizrachi67,000
Joe McKeehen58,00021,300
Mike Watson56,000
Max Silver51,500
Daniel Negreanu48,000-10,900
Ali Eslami44,000
Phil Hui30,800300
Ray Henson29,300-30,700
Eric Froehlich20,000-23,000
Nick Pupillo2,400-39,200
Tuesday, July 2, 2019 6:29 PM Local Time
Six See the Turn

Ronnie Bardah said a good hand was developing with six players to the turn, and there looked to be about 18,000 in the pot already. The board read      and action checked to the cutoff, where Michael Moore bet. James Chen raised on his left, Alex Torry cold-called in middle position and a fourth player came along for the   river. Torry bet, Moore called and Chen was torn.

"This can't be good anymore," he said with a sigh.

Still, he called, and he was right that whatever he had was not good as Torry had    for the nuts.

James Chen55,000-5,000
Alex Torry50,000
Michael Moore24,000-16,000
Tuesday, July 2, 2019 6:18 PM Local Time
Nut Full House for Dzivielevski

Yuri Dzivielevski, in an earlier event.

With      on the felt, Yuri Dzivielevski checked from under the gun and then raised a bet from Sean Yu on the button. Yu called and then called a final bet on the   river. Dzivielevski showed    for top full house and Yu mucked his    face up.

Despite the setback, Yu has a stack well above the starting count.

Sean Yu100,00040,000
Yuri Dzivielevski70,00010,000
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