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

Saturday, July 13, 2019 to Tuesday, July 16, 2019

$10,000 No-Limit Hold'em 6-Handed (Event #86)

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  • Buy-in: $10,000
  • Prizepool: $2,556,800
  • Entries: 272
  • Remaining: 0


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Tuesday, July 16, 2019 12:47 PM Local Time
Hands #6-7: Yifrach and Chen Win One Each

Hand #6: Gal Yifrach raised to 100,00, and won the pot uncontested.

Hand #7: Dong Chen raised to 100,000 from under the gun, and Kahle Burns defended his big blind. The flop fell    , and Burns check-folded to an 80,000 continuation bet from Chen.

Tuesday, July 16, 2019 12:37 PM Local Time
Hands #1-5: Burns Starts Well, Slow Pace

Kahle Burns

Hand #1: Gal Yifrach raised to 100,000 from the hijack and Anuj Agarwal called from the button. Kahle Burns called from the big blind as there was no small blind in play.

The flop fell     and all three players checked. The turn was the   and it checked to Agarwal for the second time in a row. He bet 175,000 and Burns got out of the way. Yifrach called and the   river was added. They both checked and Yifrach took it down with   .

Hand #2: Yifrach raised for the second time in a row to 100,000 from the under-the-gun position. He was called by Agarwal from the button and big blind Dong Chen.

The flop was     and it checked to Agarwal who fired a bet of 100,000. Chen called but initial raiser Yifrach folded. The turn was the  . Chen led out with a bet of 210,000. Agarwal got out of the way and Chen won the pot.

Hand #3: Burns sat on the button when it folded to him and he raised to 110,000. Chen three-bet from the small blind to 375,000 and Burns called.

The flop was     and Chen was first to act. He continued his preflop aggression with a bet of 250,000 and Burns called, leaving himself behind with a little over twenty big blinds.

The   fell on the turn and Chen bet 450,000. Burns took his time and peeked at his cards again after a minute before jamming for 1,055,000. Chen got out of the way and Burns picked up a sizeable pot.

Hand #4: Yifrach called from the small blind and big blind Leonard Maue checked. The flop was     and Yifrach bet 50,000. Maue raised to 150,000 and Yifrach called.

The turn was the   and both players checked to see the   on the river. Yifrach led out with a bet of 150,000 and Maue let go of his hand after he considered it for a minute.

Hand #5: Burns raised to 100,000 from the hijack and Chen called from the cutoff. Maue called as well from the small blind and Ben Heath folded his big blind.

The flop was     and all three players checked. The turn was the   and it checked to Chen who bet 130,000. Both Maue and Burns got out of the way.

Gal Yifrach5,900,000515,000
Anuj Agarwal3,900,000-450,000
Kahle Burns2,800,000945,000
Dong Chen2,100,000-440,000
Leonard Maue1,100,000-395,000
Ben Heath610,000-100,000
Tuesday, July 16, 2019 12:12 PM Local Time
Shuffle Up and Deal

The action is underway.

Tuesday, July 16, 2019 11:13 AM Local Time
The Final Six Fight for $630,747

Ben Heath

The final day of action in Event #86: $10,000 No-Limit Hold'em 6-Handed Championship begins at noon, with just six hopefuls in contention of winning the $630,747 top prize, and one of the last WSOP gold bracelets of the summer at the Rio All-Suite Hotel and Casino.

Chipleader Gal Yifrach (5,385,000) will be looking to claim his second bracelet but will be challenged by Anuj Agarwal (4,350,000), Dong Chen (2,540,000), Kahle Burns (1,855,000), Leonard Maue (1,495,000) and Ben Heath (710,000).

Four players have the opportunity to write their name in WSOP history for the first time, while Heath could become only the second double-bracelet winner of the summer. The Brit has some work to do with fourteen big blinds but is still in the hunt for his second victory after his victory in Event #5 $50,000 No-Limit Hold'em - 50th Annual High Roller nearly six weeks ago.

Official Final Table

SeatPlayerCountryChipsBig Blinds
1Dong ChenChina2,540,00051
2Gal YifrachUnited States5,385,000108
3Leonard MaueGermany1,495,00030
4Ben HeathUnited Kingdom710,00014
5Anuj AgarwalUnited States4,350,00087
6Kahle BurnsAustralia1,855,00037

The play resumes in Level 25 with around 55 minutes on the clock still, with blinds at 25,000/50,000/50,000 big blind ante.

Levels will then continue to be 60-minutes long until a winner is crowned with the action available to stream on a delay with hole cards courtesy of CBS.

Join us back here at noon as PokerNews brings you full hand-for-hand coverage so you will not miss a single piece of the action!