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

Wednesday, June 12, 2019 to Saturday, June 15, 2019

$3,000 No-Limit Hold'em 6-Handed (Event #31)

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  • Buy-in: $3,000
  • Prizepool: $2,035,800
  • Entries: 754
  • Remaining: 20


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Friday, June 14, 2019 5:13 PM Local Time
Paul Pires Trigo Eliminated in 11th Place ($23,838)

Paul Pires Trigo

Paul Pires Trigo jammed for 250,000 and Angel Guillen called in the small blind with   . Trigo was dominated with   . The     flop improved both players, but the sweat was short as the   turn locked it in for Guillen, short of a chop. The river was a  .

Angel Guillen1,800,000225,000
Paul Pires Trigo0-495,000
Friday, June 14, 2019 5:10 PM Local Time
Weiss Nets a Double Through De Silva

Josh Weiss

Josh Weiss jammed for 230,000 from the hijack, and Upeshka De Silva announced a call on the button.

Josh Weiss:   
Upeshka De Silva:   

De Silva picked up an additional out on the     flop, but ended with an inferior full house after the   turn and   river to secure the double for Weiss.

Upeshka De Silva1,725,000-550,000
Josh Weiss535,000235,000
Friday, June 14, 2019 5:09 PM Local Time
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Friday, June 14, 2019 5:02 PM Local Time
Guillen Picks Off a Small Bluff

In a battle of blinds with the minimum in the pot, Wojtek Barzantny bet 50,000 on      and Angel Guillen called. The river was an   and Barzantny bet 140,000. Guillen quickly called.

Barzantny showed    for an airball and Guillen tabled   .

Angel Guillen1,575,000225,000
Wojtek Barzantny745,000-545,000
Friday, June 14, 2019 5:01 PM Local Time
Cazayous Building; Weiss in the Danger Zone

Thomas Cazayous raised to 60,000 from the cutoff, Kyle Cartwright called in the small blind, and Josh Weiss called in the big blind.

Action checked to Cazayous on a     flop, and he bet 100,000. Only Cartwright called.

Cartwright checked the   turn, and Cazayous cut out a bet of 300,000. Cartwright folded.

Thomas Cazayous2,710,000270,000
Kyle Cartwright1,600,000-200,000
Josh Weiss300,000-185,000
Friday, June 14, 2019 4:44 PM Local Time
Guillen Folds to Turn Barrel From Howard

Angel Guillen limped in from the small blind, then called when Nicholas Howard raised to 130,000 in the big blind.

Guillen checked a     flop to Howard, who bet 85,000. Guillen called.

On the   turn, Guillen checked again, and Howard bet 300,000. That did the trick as Guillen released his hand.

Nicholas Howard2,800,000125,000
Angel Guillen1,350,000-260,000
Friday, June 14, 2019 4:42 PM Local Time
Cartwright Takes From De Silva

Upeshka De Silva raised to 65,000 from the cutoff, and Kyle Cartwright called in the big blind.

Cartwright check-called a bet of 60,000 from De Silva on a     flop, then called a 145,000 bet from De Silva on the   turn.

Both players checked the   river, and Cartwright flipped up    for a rivered two pair. De Silva mucked.

Upeshka De Silva2,275,000-275,000
Kyle Cartwright1,800,000415,000
Friday, June 14, 2019 4:37 PM Local Time
Howard Barrels Away Versus Barzantny

Wojtek Barzantny defended the big blind against Nicholas Howard and check-called 60,000 on the     flop and 170,000 on the   turn. He checked the   as well but quickly folded when Howard bet 345,000.

Nicholas Howard2,675,000575,000
Wojtek Barzantny1,290,000-570,000
Friday, June 14, 2019 4:34 PM Local Time
Jan Bednar Eliminated in 12th Place ($23,838)

Jan Bednar

Jan Bednar, who managed to triple up his remaining 30,000 a few hands early, jammed for 90,000 from under the gun. Nicholas Howard three-bet to 150,000 on the button, chasing out the blinds.

Jan Bednar:   
Nicholas Howard:   

"Good luck, man," Howard offered to Bednar.

Howard's ace-jack would hold up after a       board failed to provide Bednar any help.

Nicholas Howard2,100,00075,000
Jan Bednar0-30,000
Friday, June 14, 2019 4:24 PM Local Time
Chip Counts from Table 403
Wojtek Barzantny1,860,000-30,000
Angel Guillen1,610,000110,000
Jonathan Proudfoot770,00030,000
Paul Pires Trigo495,000-105,000
Friday, June 14, 2019 4:22 PM Local Time
Chip Counts From Table 402
Upeshka De Silva2,550,000-20,000
Thomas Cazayous2,440,00090,000
Kyle Cartwright1,385,00035,000
Raul Martinez770,000-330,000
Demosthenes Kiriopoulos660,000-65,000
Josh Weiss485,000-455,000
Friday, June 14, 2019 4:10 PM Local Time
Bednar Crippled by Howard Before Break

In a hand that stretched a few minutes into break, Jan Bednar checked from the big blind on      and Nicholas Howard bet 200,000. Bednar called and the river was a  . He checked and Howard jammed for 655,000. Bednar called with a sigh.

Howard opened    for a flush and Bednar mucked. He was left with 30,000.

Nicholas Howard2,025,0000
Jan Bednar30,0000
Friday, June 14, 2019 4:07 PM Local Time
Break Time

The final twelve players are off on a fifteen-minute break.

Friday, June 14, 2019 4:04 PM Local Time
Final 12 Redraw
SeatTable 402Table 403
1Upeshka De SilvaPaul Pires Trigo
2Thomas CazayousJan Bednar
3Raul MartinezWojtek Barzantny
4Kyle CartwrightAngel Guillen
5Josh WeissNicholas Howard
6Demosthenes KiriopoulosJonathan Proudfoot
Friday, June 14, 2019 4:03 PM Local Time
Jeremy Menard Eliminated in 13th Place ($18,352)

Jeremy Menard

Hand 1:

Jan Bednar limped in on the button, and Angel Guillen came along in the small blind. Jeremy Menard shoved for 530,000 from the big blind, Bednar called off his last 500,000, and Guillen folded.

Jan Bednar:   
Jeremy Menard:   

Bednar's sneaky pair of kings had Menard in a world of hurt. Menard found a little hope on the     flop, but improved no further on the   turn and   river to leave himself with just 30,000.

Hand 2:

Angel Guillen limped in on the button, and Menard put his last 30,000 in from the small blind. Demosthenes Kiriopoulos raised to 150,000 in the big blind, then folded when Guillen jammed.

Jeremy Menard:   
Angel Guillen:   

"Quadruple up, let's go!" Menard said. He bricked the     flop, and although the   turn gave him some additional outs with a gutshot straight draw, the   river left him just short of the two table redraw.

Angel Guillen1,500,000150,000
Jan Bednar1,100,000575,000
Jeremy Menard0-550,000
Friday, June 14, 2019 4:02 PM Local Time
Barzantny Chops Down De Silva a Bit

Upeshka De Silva bet 55,000 from under the gun on      and Wojtek Barzantny made it 160,000 to go from the button. De Silva peeled and the river was an  . De Silva came out betting with 85,000 and Barzantny was having none of it, raising again, this time to 375,000.

De Silva thought awhile then called but couldn't beat   .

Upeshka De Silva2,570,000-530,000
Wojtek Barzantny1,890,000790,000
Friday, June 14, 2019 3:55 PM Local Time
Third Barrel Convinces Proudfoot

Kyle Cartwright raise to 50,000 and Jonathan Proudfoot defended big blind. Proudfoot check-called 60,000 on the     flop then 105,000 more on the   turn. The   paired the board and Proudfoot checked a final time. Cartwright barreled away for 330,000, and Proudfoot went deep into the tank.

After thinking for several minutes, he waved the white flag.

Kyle Cartwright1,350,00050,000
Jonathan Proudfoot740,000-135,000
Friday, June 14, 2019 3:51 PM Local Time
Updated Chip Counts From Table 402
Angel Guillen1,350,00095,000
Demosthenes Kiriopoulos725,000-160,000
Jeremy Menard550,000-90,000
Jan Bednar525,000-55,000
Friday, June 14, 2019 3:50 PM Local Time
De Silva Takes Round Two of the Battle of the Blinds

Upeshka De Silva limped in from the small blind, and Wojtek Barzantny raised to 95,000 in the big blind. Unlike last time, where De Silva ripped it in, he elected to just call.

Both players checked to the river of a       board, where De Silva bombed it for 320,000. Barzantny quickly folded.

Upeshka De Silva3,100,000200,000
Wojtek Barzantny1,100,000-200,000
Friday, June 14, 2019 3:39 PM Local Time
Barzantny Doubles Through De Silva

Wojtek Barzantny

Upeshka De Silva limped in from the small blind, and Wojtek Barzantny popped it up to 90,000 in the big blind. De Silva jammed to put Barzantny at risk for his last 620,000, and he quickly placed a stack of chips in the middle to call.

Wojtek Barzantny:   
Upeshka De Silva:   

Barzantny stayed safe on the     flop, but De Silva picked up a flush draw on the   turn. The   river kept Barzantny's Big Slick in front, and he doubled up.

Upeshka De Silva2,900,000-600,000
Wojtek Barzantny1,300,000380,000