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Thursday, June 13, 2019 12:17 PM Local Time
Hands #16-19: Kaneoya Misclicks
Hand #16: Action folded to Stephen Song in the small blind who raised to 480,000. Ryan Laplante folded out of the big blind and Song took down the pot.
Hand #17: Dominic Coombe raised to 350000 from under the gun and was called by Sevak Mikaiel in the cutoff. The two went heads up to a flop of and Coombe checked to Mikaiel, who bet 425,000. Coombe folded.
Hand #18: Action folded to Renato Kaneoya in the small blind who looked at the stack of Dominic Coombe and asked him how many chips he had before looking at his cards and announcing he was all in. Coombe quickly folded.
Hand #19: Stephen Song opened from the hijack to 400,000 and Ryan Laplante folded in the cutoff. Renato Kaneoya then announced a raise of 320,000 and put in matching chips, having not seen Song's open. He confirmed his only option was to call and then put in the 400,000. Dominic Coombe folded from the small blind and Scot Masters defended in the big blind.
The flop came and Masters checked. Song made a continuation-bet of 475,000 and Kaneoya announced he was all in for around five million. Masters folded and Song looked to Kaneoya, who asked if Song needed a count. Song shook his head no and folded his hand.
"Good misclick!" said Kaneoya, chuckling as he raked in the pot.
|Stephen Song||24,100,000||-555,000 |
|Sevak Mikaiel||7,145,000||750,000 |
|Renato Kaneoya||6,310,000||1,435,000 |
|Scot Masters||4,755,000||-560,000 |
|Ryan Laplante||4,565,000||-320,000 |
|Dominic Coombe||2,755,000||-750,000 |
Thursday, June 13, 2019 12:04 PM Local Time
Play Has Begun!
The final six have started play at level 31. Let's find the next WSOP bracelet winner.