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

Tuesday, July 09, 2019 to Thursday, July 11, 2019

$3,000 No-Limit Hold'em (Event #79)

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  • Buy-in: $3,000
  • Prizepool: $1,811,700
  • Entries: 671
  • Remaining: 0

EVENT UPDATES

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Friday, July 12, 2019 2:41 PM Local Time
Hands #78-82: Gonzalez and Nolet Go Head to Head

Guillaume Nolet

Hand #78: David Gonzalez raised to 160,000 from the hijack and the other players got out of the way.

Hand #79: Guillaume Nolet raised to 175,000 from the hijack and he took the pot down uncontested.

Hand #80: Gonzalez received a walk in the big blind.

Hand #81: Gonzalez limped from the small blind and Nolet checked his option. The flop fell     and both checked to see the   on the turn. They checked again and the   completed the board on the river. Nolet fired a bet of 80,000 and he was called by Gonzalez. They ended up chopping as Nolet showed    and Gonzalez tabled   .

Hand #82: Nolet folded his small blind and David Weinstein received a walk.

Guillaume Nolet4,100,000100,000
David Gonzalez4,100,000300,000
Patrick Leonard2,300,0000
Ivan Deyra1,500,000-200,000
David Dibernardi885,000-215,000
David Weinstein595,00080,000
Friday, July 12, 2019 2:32 PM Local Time
Level 27 started
Level: 27
Blinds: 40,000/80,000
Ante: 80,000
Friday, July 12, 2019 2:32 PM Local Time
Hands #73-77: Two Weinstein Shoves Get Through; Leonard Rises

Hand #73: David Weinstein moved all in for 365,000 from the cutoff and won the pot.

Hand #74: Weinstein moved all in for 515,000 from the hijack and won the pot.

Hand #75: Ivan Deyra raised to 130,000 from the cutoff, and Guillaume Nolet called from the big blind. The flop fell    , and Nolet checked, as did Deyra before the   hit the turn. Nolet then check-folded to a 75,000 bet from Deyra.

Hand #76: David Gonzalez raised to 150,000 on the button and won the pot.

Hand #77: Nolet raised to 155,000 from the button, and Patrick Leonard called from the big blind. The flop fell    , and Leonard check-called a 140,000 continuation bet from Nolet. The   hit the turn, and Leonard checked again before Nolet bet 400,000. Leonard called, and the   was revealed on the river before the Brit checked for the third time. Nolet thought for 30 seconds before he checked behind. Leonard tabled    for two pair and won the biggest pot of Day 4 so far.

Guillaume Nolet4,000,000-900,000
David Gonzalez3,800,0000
Patrick Leonard2,300,000700,000
Ivan Deyra1,700,000200,000
David Dibernardi1,100,000-100,000
David Weinstein515,000150,000
Friday, July 12, 2019 2:17 PM Local Time
Hands #68-72: Nolet Upping the Pressure

Guillaume Nolet

Hand #68: It folded to small blind David Dibernardi and he limped. Big blind David Gonzalez checked his option and the flop fell    . Dibernardi bet 60,000 and Gonzalez called.

The turn was the   and they checked to see the   on the river. Both checked again and Gonzalez won the pot with   .

Hand #69: Gonzalez limped from the small blind and big blind Guillaume Nolet raised to 240,000. Gonzalez folded.

Hand #70: Nolet limped from the small blind and David Weinstein checked his option from the big blind. The flop was     and Nolet took the pot down with a bet of 60,000.

Hand #71: Nolet raised to 155,000 from the button and Weinstein folded from the small blind. Patrick Leonard folded his big blind.

Hand #72: Nolet raised to 135,000 from the cutoff and his opponents folded.

Guillaume Nolet4,900,000400,000
David Gonzalez3,800,000100,000
Patrick Leonard1,600,000-200,000
Ivan Deyra1,500,000-100,000
David Dibernardi1,200,000-200,000
David Weinstein365,000-150,000
Friday, July 12, 2019 2:07 PM Local Time
Hands #63-67: Leonard Takes From Gonzalez

Hand #63: David Gonzalez raised to 155,000 from the small blind and Guillaume Nolet three-bet to 485,000. Gonzalez thought for 30 seconds then folded.

Hand #64: Nolet raised to 605,000 from the big blind, and David Weinstein folded with 545,000 behind.

Hand #65: Gonzalez raised to 150,000 from the cutoff, and Patrick Leonard called in the big blind. The flop fell    , and Leonard checked, as did Gonzalez. Leonard bet 135,000 on the   turn and Gonzalez raised to 335,000. Leonard thought for ten seconds and then called. The river card hit and both players checked to a showdown with Leonard's    good enough to win the pot.

Hand #66: Gonzalez raised to 150,000 from the hijack and won the pot.

Hand #67: Ivan Deyra called in the small blind, and David Dibernardi checked his option before the flop fell    . Deyra bet 75,000 and Dibernardi called. The   hit the turn, and Deyra bet 110,000, Dibernardi thought for 30 seconds before he folded.

Guillaume Nolet4,500,000300,000
David Gonzalez3,700,000-500,000
Patrick Leonard1,800,000500,000
Ivan Deyra1,600,000100,000
David Dibernardi1,400,000-200,000
David Weinstein515,000-150,000
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Friday, July 12, 2019 1:50 PM Local Time
Hands #58-62: No Flops to be Found

Hand #58: David Dibernardi raised to 120,000 from the cutoff and the other players got out of the way.

Hand #59: Dibernardi raised to 120,000 from the hijack and the players folded again as Dibernardi took down his second pot in a row.

Hand #60: David Weinstein moved all in for 515,000 from the button and he wasn't called.

Hand #61: Patrick Leonard moved his last 1,120,000 to the middle from the button but both players in the blinds let go of their hands.

Hand #62: Guillaume Nolet raised to 130,000 from the under-the-gun position and the others folded.

David Gonzalez4,200,000-100,000
Guillaume Nolet4,200,000100,000
David Dibernardi1,600,000200,000
Ivan Deyra1,500,000-200,000
Patrick Leonard1,300,0000
David Weinstein665,0000
Friday, July 12, 2019 1:43 PM Local Time
Hands #53-57: Three More Shoves

Hand #53 Patrick Leonard got a walk in the big blind.

Hand #54 David Weinstein moved all in for 365,000 from the button and won the pot.

Hand #55 David Gonzalez raised to 150,000 from under the gun and won the pot.

Hand #56 Ivan Deyra called on the button for 60,000, and David Dibernardi moved all in for 1,200,000 from the small blind. The action folded back to Deyra, and he quickly folded.

Hand #57 Weinstein moved all in for 515,000 from under the gun and won the pot.

David Gonzalez4,300,0000
Guillaume Nolet4,100,000-100,000
Ivan Deyra1,700,000-200,000
David Dibernardi1,400,000100,000
Patrick Leonard1,300,0000
David Weinstein665,000270,000
Friday, July 12, 2019 1:36 PM Local Time
Hands #48-52: Not a Lot of Action

Hand #48: Ivan Deyra received a walk in the big blind.

Hand #49: Guillaume Nolet raised to 115,000 from the hijack and the others all folded.

Hand #50: Patrick Leonard limped from the cutoff and Dayra called from the button as well. David Dibernardi called from the small blind and big blind David Gonzalez checked.

The flop was dealt     and all four checked to see the   on the turn. Gonzalez bet 50,000 on the turn and he won the pot with that.

Hand #51: Dibernardi pushed all in for 1,340,000 from the button and the others folded.

Hand #52: Dibernardi raised to 150,000 from the cutoff and Nolet three-bet to 510,000 from the small blind. It folded back to Dibernardi and he let go of his hand.

David Gonzalez4,300,0005,000
Guillaume Nolet4,200,000240,000
Ivan Deyra1,900,000-75,000
David Dibernardi1,300,000-200,000
Patrick Leonard1,300,0000
David Weinstein395,000-120,000
Friday, July 12, 2019 1:26 PM Local Time
Hands #43-47: Dibernardi and Weinstein Shove

Hand #43: David Gonzalez raised to 125,000 from under the gun, and David Dibernardi moved all in for 1,300,000. Gonzalez thought for 20 seconds then folded.

Hand #44: Gonzalez got a walk in the big blind.

Hand #45: Gonzalez called in the small blind, and Guillaume Nolet checked. The flop fell     and Gonzalez checked. Nolet bet 50,000 and Gonzalez called. The   hit the turn and the action went check-check. The   hit the river and Gonzalez check-called a 50,000 bet. Nolet showed    and Gonzalez showed    for a chop pot.

Hand #46: Patrick Leonard raised to 125,000 from under the gun and won the pot.

Hand #47: David Weinstein moved all in for 415,000 from the small blind and Leonard thought for 30 seconds before he folded.

David Dibernardi1,500,000135,000
Patrick Leonard1,300,000-20,000
David Weinstein515,0000
Friday, July 12, 2019 1:15 PM Local Time
Cards Are in the Air

There are 15 minutes and 45 seconds remaining in level 25 and cards are in the air for the second leg of the final table.

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Friday, July 12, 2019 11:30 AM Local Time
Patrick Leonard Still in the Running; Final Table Starts at 1 p.m.

Patrick Leonard

The 2019 World Series of Poker is coming closer and closer to the end but there are a few more bracelets to be won. One of them will belong to the winner of Event #79: $3,000 No-Limit Hold'em. The winner out of the 671 players will walk away with the bracelet and a whopping $380,090. All of the remaining players have guaranteed themselves of at least $59,421.

David Gonzalez is the chip leader of the bunch. He bagged 4,295,000 last night after he eliminated Andras Nemeth in the last hand of the day. They still have 15 minutes and 45 seconds left in level 25: 25,000/50,000 with a big blind ante of 50,000 so that means that Gonzalez will start the day with about 86 big blinds. Gonzalez has a little over $40,000 in recorded winnings and he already more than doubled that by securing a spot at the final six.

Canada's Guillaume Nolet starts the day in second and he won't be able to more than double his recorded live winnings. If he wins, however, he would secure his biggest cash ever so there is still a record he can go for. He is the only player at the final at the start of the day who is close to Gonzalez as both Nolet and Gonzalez have more than double of the third-placed player at the start of the day.

Well-known French pro Ivan Deyra starts in third place. Deyra reached a final table earlier this summer but he couldn't finish higher than eighth in that one. Deyra is still waiting for his first WSOP bracelet but he does own three WSOP rings he won in France and Morroco. The Frenchman has work to do if he wants to take home the bracelet today. Deyra will climb over the $1,000,000 in recorded winnings with his spot in the final six.

David Dibernardi is one of three Davids at the final table. Dibernardi owns a WSOP circuit ring, just like Deyra. Dibernardi has the possibility to improve on his biggest cash and also cross the half-million mark on recorded live winnings. The American has six tournament winnings and this could be his seventh.

Patrick Leonard is one of the better-known players at the final table. The former #1 ranked online player in the world starts the day close to the bottom of the leaderboard. This is Leonard his seventh cash of the summer but he had yet to make a final table. He bubbled the official final table of one of the earlier events this summer but he now has a series shot at a bracelet. Leonard starts the day with roughly 26 blinds for the first 15 minutes.

At the bottom, we can find the third David of the bunch. David Weinstein starts the day with a little over 10 big blinds and he needs to spin it up to have a serious shot at the bracelet and the big bucks. Weinstein is in the same situation as one of the other Davids at the final table. He already more than doubled his recorded live winnings with a sixth-place finish but he is, of course, eyeing the bracelet, just like the other players.

Play kicks off at 1 p.m. local time with 15 minutes and 45 seconds left in level 25: 25,000/50,000 and a big blind ante of 50,000. PokerNews will be on-site to provide hand-for-hand coverage of the final table.

Seat Draw

SeatPlayerCountryChipsBig Blinds
1David DibernardiUnited States1,365,00027
2David GonzalezUnited States4,295,00086
3Guillaume NoletCanada3,960,00079
4David WeinsteinUnited States515,00010
5Patrick LeonardUnited Kingdom1,320,00026
6Ivan DeyraFrance1,975,00039
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