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Friday, June 21, 2019 1:16 PM Local Time
Corbin White Eliminated in 18th Place ($9,182)
As told to us by the players at the table White opened for 100,000 from early position, Benjamin Chalot three-bet to 300,000 sitting to his left, Timothy Stephens called from the big blind along with White.
The flop was checked to White who jammed for 1,100,000, Chalot folded and Stephens called.
White dodged danger on the blank turn, but the river fell a giving Stephens trip sevens and White was eliminated in 18th place.
|Timothy Stephens||4,500,000||880,000 |
|Corbin White||0||-1,210,000 |
Friday, June 21, 2019 1:02 PM Local Time
Redraw Final Two Tables
|Seat||Table #412||Table #420|
|1||Vitalijs Zavorotnijs||Patrick Truong|
|2||Matthew Volosevich||Tonio Roder|
|3||Martijn Gerrits||Damjan Radanov|
|4||Timothy Stephens||Andy Hills|
|5||Corbin White||Harrison Gimbel|
|6||Benjamin Chalot||Zachary Glicken|
|7||Asi Moshe||Scott Bain|
|8||Bastian Fischer||Kalidou Sow|
|9||Andrew Cooper||Kevin Naegelen|
Friday, June 21, 2019 1:02 PM Local Time
Cowboys Hold for Moshe, Eliminates Macedo
Asi Moshe opened to 105,000 on the button and Thiago Macedo jammed for his remaining stack from the small blind, Moshe called.
Macedo was unable to pair his ace as the board ran out and he was eliminated from the tournament.
|Asi Moshe||7,800,000||1,600,000 |
|Thiago Macedo||0||-1,650,000 |
Friday, June 21, 2019 12:58 PM Local Time
Roder Eliminates Thomas
David Thomas open jammed from the small blind, Tonio Roder called from the big.
The board ran out giving both players the flush but Roder held the ace giving him the nuts and Thomas was eliminated from the tournament.
|Tonio Roder||5,000,000||2,700,000 |
|David Thomas||0||-980,000 |
Friday, June 21, 2019 12:53 PM Local Time
Stephens Eliminates Tang
Jason Tang moved all in for his remaining short stack and was called by Timothy Stephens. Kevin Naegelen still had to act and thought it over for about 30 seconds before folding.
Tang was behind with the vs the of Stephens.
Hope was doused on the flop when it came and the turn and river ran out to send Tang home with a 21st place finish.
|Timothy Stephens||3,620,000||400,000 |
|Jason Tang||0||-660,000 |
Friday, June 21, 2019 12:49 PM Local Time
Brutal River Sends Gottesman Home
Joshua Gottesman opened under the gun to 105,000 and Asi Moshe three-bet to 325,000 sitting directly to his left. Action folded back to Gottesman who jammed for his remaining stack, Moshe called.
Gottesman completely missed the flop and needed some help to stay alive.
The turn came the and Gottesman took a commanding lead.
The river, however, was not on Gottesman's side as it fell the and he was eliminated from the tournament.
|Asi Moshe||6,200,000||1,670,000 |
|Joshua Gottesman||0||-1,510,000 |
Friday, June 21, 2019 12:43 PM Local Time
Chalot Takes Pot From Truong
On a flop that read Benjamin Chalot bet 210,000 after a check from Patrick Truong, who made the call.
The turn was the . Truong checked again and Chalot fired another round this time of 400,000. Truong thought for a moment before calling. The river came the and after Truong checked for a third time, Chalot decided to check it back.
Truong showed quickly thinking it may be good, but Chalot turned over to show he arrived at the the winner on the river to send a good amount of chips his way.
|Benjamin Chalot||2,520,000||620,000 |
|Patrick Truong||1,850,000||-655,000 |
Friday, June 21, 2019 12:30 PM Local Time
Gerrits River Shove Gets Through
In a pot of about 1,100,000 on a dangerous looking board of Martijn Gerrits moved all in to put Corbin White to the test. Gerrits had White slightly covered so it was a decision for White's tournament life.
After thinking it over and staring down the motionless Gerrits, White eventually decided to pitch his cards and send the pot over to the Dutchman.
|Martijn Gerrits||2,700,000||555,000 |
|Corbin White||1,210,000||-520,000 |
Friday, June 21, 2019 12:18 PM Local Time
Gimbel Eliminates Fang
In a four-way pot, the board read . Zhipeng Fang moved all in for his remaining 840,000. Harrison Gimbel asked for a count and put in the call after the dealer announced the all in amount. The other players in the hand folded.
Gimbrell was one kicker pip ahead as he showed the and Fang showed the . The river sealed Fang's elimination in 23rd place when the fell on the river and move Gimbrell higher in chips.
|Harrison Gimbel||3,825,000||840,000 |
|Zhipeng Fang||0||-900,000 |
Friday, June 21, 2019 12:14 PM Local Time
Fang Doubles Through Fischer
Zhipeng Fang moved all in over a raise of 100,000 from Bastian Fischer and Fischer made the call.
Fang's tournament was on the line holding the against the of Fischer.
The board ran out clean for Fang to survuve when it came the
|Bastian Fischer||1,650,000||-535,000 |
|Zhipeng Fang||900,000||380,000 |
Friday, June 21, 2019 12:03 PM Local Time
Shuffle Up and Deal
Day 3 of Event #44: $1,500 No-Limit Hold'em Bounty is officially underway.
Friday, June 21, 2019 10:07 AM Local Time
Moshe and Gimbel Look to Accumulate Another Bracelet Amidst Stiff Competition in Event #44: $1,500 No-Limit Hold'Em Bounty
It's time for the final day of action in Event #44: $1,500 No-Limit Hold'em Bounty! A WSOP bracelet will be won today, as out of an original field of 1,807 entries, only the remaining 23 players will return at 12 noon to battle to the winning prize of $253,933 plus any bounties accumulated throughout the tournament.
Asi Moshe is the only player remaining with multiple bracelets, with two WSOP bracelets to his name. He enters the day second in chips with a stack of 4,530,000.
Looking to deny Moshe his third bracelet are a host of players including the only other WSOP bracelet winner in the field, Harrison Gimbel, he enters the day fourth in chips with 2,985,000 and will be aiming to add his second bracelet to his 2017 $3,000 No-Limit Hold'em bracelet. As well as chip leader Damjan Radanov (4,625,000) and Timothy Stephens (3,220,000) who is third in chips.
Well-known Dutch player Martijn Gerrits (2,145,000) will be looking to make his second bounty event final table of the 2019 WSOP, having done so previously in Event #2: $10,000 Super Turbo Bounty. He has a WSOP circuit ring to his name as well as a 15th place finish in last year's Main Event.
French professional Kalidou Sow will be attempting to make his first big splash in the stateside WSOP as he sits on the lower end of the chip counts with 1,000,000 in chips and Vitalijs Zavorotnijs (1,540,000) would become the first bracelet winner from Latvia if he were to emerge victorious today.
There is plenty of play left in the tournament as play starts back at level 25 with blinds at 20,000/40,000 and a 40,000 big blind ante, meaning that the average chip stack is still close to 50 big blinds, giving everyone a great chance to emerge as the victor. Each level is 60 minutes long with a 15-minute break every two levels of play.
The campaign for the coveted WSOP bracelet will begin today at noon and will continue all the way until a winner is crowned. Play will be streamed on CBS All Access once the field is trimmed to six, which is slated for 7 p.m. Pokernews will provide live updates of who is eliminated, which players are building chips and ultimately who will take home the WSOP bracelet.