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

Monday, June 03, 2019 to Wednesday, June 05, 2019

$1,500 Dealers Choice (Event #10)

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  • Buy-in: $1,500
  • Prizepool: $634,500
  • Entries: 470
  • Remaining: 0


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Wednesday, June 5, 2019 5:26 PM Local Time
Cernuto Triples Up with a Flush

No-Limit Hold'em

"Miami" John Cernuto was all in preflop for his last 40,000 from under the gun against Mike Watson and Scott Horowitz from the blinds.

The flop landed     and Watson check-folded to a bet of 25,000 from Horowitz.


The turn and river landed the   and   and Cernuto tripled up.

Mike Watson200,000-44,000
Scott Horowitz190,000-50,000
John Cernuto128,00028,000
Wednesday, June 5, 2019 5:21 PM Local Time
Cernuto and Horowitz Chop


Both Scott Horowitz and John Cernuto committed 30,000 pre-draw, and catching the action after the first draw, Horowitz bet 15,000 and Cernuto raised.

Horowitz called, and both players drew one. Horowitz checked, Cernuto bet 30,000. Horowitz called and drew one, as Cernuto stood pat.

Cernuto committed his last 2,000, and Horowitz called and tabled his       for an eight-low and seven-dugi.

Cernuto revealed his       for a better low to take half the pot to stay alive.

Scott Horowitz240,0000
John Cernuto100,000-40,000
Wednesday, June 5, 2019 5:12 PM Local Time
Watson Strikes Gutshot on River to Double

Mike Watson

Pot-Limit Omaha

Robert Campbell raised pot from the small blind to 24,000 before Mike Watson made it 72,000 from the big blind.

Campbell called, and then led out for 85,000 on the     flop. Watson called all in for 50,000.


The turn fell the meaningless  , but the   on the river ensured Watson of the double with his rivered gutshot.

Rob Campbell285,000-115,000
Mike Watson244,000124,000
Wednesday, June 5, 2019 5:10 PM Local Time
Flop Bet Win for Campbell

Pot-Limit Omaha

Mike Watson raised to 18,000 from under the gun and Robert Campbell announced pot from the big blind for a total of 58,000.

Watson called, and on the     flop, Campbell continued for 30,000 and Watson folded.

Rob Campbell400,00035,000
Mike Watson120,00029,000
Wednesday, June 5, 2019 5:04 PM Local Time
Zhigalov Busted

Andrey Zhigalov


After getting scooped by Robert Mizrachi in a badeucey pot, Andrey Zhigalov was left with 34,000. He got them in from the small blind of a Mizrachi raise, and Tim McDermott reraised in the big blind. Mizrachi called and McDermott took one while the others needed two. McDermott bet, Mizrachi called, and draws repeated. McDermott bet, Mizrachi called and Zhigalov took two. McDermott patted and Mizrachi took one. McDermott check-called the end.

Mizrachi showed       for an eight-seven with a seven-dugi. McDermott got half with an eight-six low and Zhigalow showed what looked like a ten-low and headed out.

Robert Mizrachi430,000145,000
Tim McDermott160,00016,000
Andrey Zhigalov0-136,000
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Wednesday, June 5, 2019 5:02 PM Local Time
Collopy and Ross All in


Jim Collopy raised to 30,000 from under the gun and Mike Ross three-bet to 45,000 next to act in the cutoff. Action folded back to Collopy and he called as both players drew two.

Collopy checked and Ross bet. Collopy check-raised, and Ross made it three bets and 45,000 to go. Collopy called and stood pat, as Ross drew one.

Collopy bet, Ross raised to 60,000, and Collopy moved all in for 68,000 while Ross called all in having 67,000 himself. Collopy stood pat, and Ross drew one.


Ross caught the   and missed his freeroll as both players chopped the pot.

Jim Collopy170,00060,000
Mike Ross168,000-204,000
Wednesday, June 5, 2019 4:52 PM Local Time
Straight for Arieh Over McDermott

Pot-Limit Omaha

Tim McDermott raised to 24,000 from the small blind and Josh Arieh defended his big blind.

Both players checked the     flop to reveal the   on the turn.

McDermott checked, Arieh bet 30,000, and McDermott called.

The river was the   and McDermott checked again. Arieh bet 107,000, and after several minutes of deliberation, McDermott called.

"Straight," announced Arieh as he tabled his      and McDermott mucked.

Josh Arieh595,000245,000
Tim McDermott144,000-201,000
Wednesday, June 5, 2019 4:45 PM Local Time
Kihara Doubles

No-Limit Hold'em

Action folded to Naoya KIhara in the small blind and he jammed for 34,000. Rob Campbell thought awhile and called in the big with   . Kihara had a good one with    and locked it up on the turn as the board came      .

Rob Campbell365,0005,000
Naoya Kihara76,00037,000
Wednesday, June 5, 2019 4:43 PM Local Time
Cernuto and His Ladies

No-Limit Hold'em

Action folded to "Miami" John Cernuto in the small blind, and he raised to 27,000. Naoya Kihara moved all in from the big blind for 105,000, and Cernuto called all in for 66,000 total.


The board ran out       and Cernuto collected the double.

John Cernuto140,000-25,000
Naoya Kihara39,000-246,000
Wednesday, June 5, 2019 4:40 PM Local Time
Collopy Survives, Watson Gets Short

Stud Hi-Lo Regular

Jim Collopy got all in on the first street with     against Scott Clements. We didn't see what Clements started with, but his board ran         to end with two pair and a ten-low

Collopy picked up      for trips and a nine-low to double. He collected 50,000.


At another table, Mike Watson got scooped by Scott Horowitz when both drew one in badacey on the last pull. They both checked and Watson showed       for a pair of deuces, but Horowitz had       with a perfect three-card to scoop.

Scott Clements740,00039,000
Scott Horowitz240,000168,000
Jim Collopy110,00031,000
Mike Watson91,000-153,000
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Wednesday, June 5, 2019 4:36 PM Local Time
Zhigalov Doubles Through McDermott

Big O

Andrey Zhigalov limped the small blind, and Tim McDermott raised pot from the big blind to 24,000 total.

Zhigalov called, and then both players checked the     flop to reveal the   on the turn.

Zhigalov checked, McDermott bet 48,000, and Zhigalov called all in for 44,000.


The river landed the  , and Zhigalov scooped the double with his straight six, and six low.

Tim McDermott345,000-25,000
Andrey Zhigalov136,00024,000
Wednesday, June 5, 2019 4:10 PM Local Time
Take 15

Time for the day's first break.

Wednesday, June 5, 2019 4:09 PM Local Time
Monnette Eliminated by McDermott

John Monnette

No-Limit Hold'em

Tim McDermott raised to 15,000 on the button and John Monnette moved all in for 66,500 from the big blind. McDermott called.


The board ran out       and Monnette was eliminated in 16th place for a $5,950 payday.

Tim McDermott370,00060,000
John Monnette0-152,500
Wednesday, June 5, 2019 4:06 PM Local Time
Glaser Trips Up Zhigalov

Benny Glaser

No-Limit Hold'em

Tim McDermott limped under the gun for 6,000, and John Monnette followed suit from the button. Benny Glaser completed in the small blind, and Andrey Zhigalov checked.

The flop landed     and action checked through to reveal the   on the turn.

Glaser led out for 16,000, and Zhigalov raised to 45,000. McDermott and Monnette folded, while Glaser called.

The river fell the   and both players checked.

Glaser tabled his    for trips, and Zhigalov mucked.

Benny Glaser460,00060,000
Andrey Zhigalov112,000-53,000
Wednesday, June 5, 2019 4:02 PM Local Time
Arieh Tanks and Folds

Benny Glaser

2-7 Single Draw

Benny Glaser opened for 18,000, Tim McDermott called in the small blind and Josh Arieh made it 58,000 in the big. Glaser called and McDermott folded. Both players patted and Arieh thought awhile and checked. Glaser bet 70,000 and Arieh went deep into the tank. After about three minutes, he folded.

"Show me three eights," he said to Glaser, who showed nothing.

Benny Glaser400,000105,000
Josh Arieh350,000-120,000
Velo 690x150
Wednesday, June 5, 2019 4:00 PM Local Time
"Too Tough, Scott"

Scott Clements


Michael Chow on the button and Scott Clements in the big blind got in what looked to be at least three bets after the first draw. Clements patted and Chow patted back. Clements check-called and patted.

"All right, I give up," Chow announced, throwing a card away.

Clements instantly bet and Chow folded after peeling what must have been a worthless card.

"Too tough, Scott," Mike Ross said.

Scott Clements701,00081,000
Michael Chow430,000-45,000
Wednesday, June 5, 2019 3:58 PM Local Time
Collopy Doubles with a Ten-Dugi


Jim Collopy was all in for his last 39,500 from the small blind against Mike Ross in the big blind.

Both players drew two. On the second draw, Collopy stood pat, and Ross drew one.

On the final draw, Collopy was again pat, and Ross drew one.


Ross found the  , and Collopy secured the double.

Mike Ross372,000-8,000
Jim Collopy79,00039,500
Wednesday, June 5, 2019 3:52 PM Local Time
Zhigalov Bets Out McDermott

Andrey Zhigalov

2-7 Single Draw

Action folded to Andrey Zhigalov in the small blind, and he raised to 20,000. From the big blind, Tim McDermott called and drew two after Zhigalov drew one.

Zhigalov led out for 40,000 and McDermott folded.

Tim McDermott310,00020,500
Andrey Zhigalov165,00046,000
Wednesday, June 5, 2019 3:49 PM Local Time
Self Gets a Check-Raise Paid

2-7 Triple Draw

After the second draw, Wes Self checked out of the big blind and Scott Clements bet from under the gun. Self raised and Clements called. Both players patted and Self bet. Clements quickly called but couldn't beat      .

Scott Clements620,000-125,000
Wes Self491,000120,000
Wednesday, June 5, 2019 3:43 PM Local Time
Clements and Chow Chop with Aces vs. Kings

Michael Chow

Big O

Michael Chow raised to 16,000 from the cutoff and Scott Clements called from out of the small blind.

The flop landed     and Clements checked to Chow who continued for 21,000.

Clements called, and both players checked the   on the turn.

The river landed the   and Clements checked a third time. Chow bet 65,000, and Clements called.

Chow tabled his      , and when Clements tabled his      , the pot was chopped up.

Scott Clements745,00017,000
Michael Chow475,000130,000
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