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

Sunday, June 16, 2019 to Tuesday, June 18, 2019

$800 No-Limit Hold'em Deepstack (Event #37)

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  • Buy-in: $800
  • Prizepool: $1,999,296
  • Entries: 2,808
  • Remaining: 0

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Tuesday, June 18, 2019 4:40 PM Local Time
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Tuesday, June 18, 2019 4:17 PM Local Time
Six Players Left - Break Until Streaming Starts

With six players left, the field has gone on an extended break until 6:30 p.m. When the players return, preparations will be made in order to accommodate for the stream and cards will likely not be in the air until 7 p.m. There's 43 minutes left in level 35 with blinds at 200,000/400,000.

The broadcast with hole cards up will start on CBS All Access at 8 p.m.

SeatPlayerCountryChip CountBig Blinds
1Marco BognanniItaly28,325,00071
3Axel HallayUnited States27,000,00068
4Francois EvardSwitzerland9,225,00024
5Kamel MokhammadUkraine4,325,00011
6Robert MitchellUnited States33,525,00084
7Benjamin UnderwoodCanada10,000,00025
Tuesday, June 18, 2019 4:10 PM Local Time
Benjamin Moon Eliminated in 7th Place ($42,524)

Benjamin Moon

In record fashion, the field has been whittled down to six as Benjamin Moon saw his attempt at a back-to-back bracelet attempt fall short in 7th place.

It was Moon who open-shoved 6,100,000 from early position. Axel Halley was one seat over and asked for a count before calling it off. All other players folded to get the cards on their backs.

Benjamin Moon:   
Axel Halley:   

Moon's pair was pipped by Halley's and the nines remained hidden during the       rundown.

Axel Hallay28,200,00011,900,000
Benjamin Moon0-7,100,000
Tuesday, June 18, 2019 3:54 PM Local Time
Zachary Mullennix Eliminated in 8th Place ($32,561)

Zachary Mullennix

When preflop action folded to Zachary Mullennix, he shoved his remaining stack, After asking for a count and confirming the total amount, Marco Bognanni made the call from the button and the remaining players got out of the way.

Zachary Mullennix:   
Marco Bognanni:   

After the runout of      , Mullennix was sent to the payout desk to collect $32,561 for his deep run in the tournament.

Marco Bognanni29,125,0004,650,000
Zachary Mullennix0-4,650,000
Tuesday, June 18, 2019 3:49 PM Local Time
Final Table Seating and Chip Counts
SeatPlayerCountryChip CountBig Blinds
1Marco BognanniItaly24,475,00061
2Benjamin MoonUnited States7,100,00018
3Axel HallayUnited States16,300,00041
4Francois EvardSwitzerland10,225,00026
5Kamel MokhammadUkraine4,325,00011
6Robert MitchellUnited States33,525,00084
7Benjamin UnderwoodCanada10,800,00027
8Zachary MullennixUnited States4,650,00012
Robert Mitchell33,525,0000
Marco Bognanni24,475,0000
Axel Hallay16,300,0002,375,000
Benjamin Underwood10,800,0000
Francois Evard10,225,000225,000
Benjamin Moon7,100,000-1,200,000
Zachary Mullennix4,650,000-150,000
Kamel Mokhammad4,325,000-175,000
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Tuesday, June 18, 2019 3:41 PM Local Time
Nick Jivkov Eliminated in 9th Place ($25,152)

Nick Jivkov

After Axel Hallay min-raised it up to 600,000 and was called by Marco Bognanni from the button, Nick Jivkov then three-bet shoved all in from his small blind. Hallay folded, but Bognanni asked for a count, and once the dealer confirmed a total of 5,350,000 Bognanni made the call and the two players tabled their hands.

Nick Jivkov:   
Marco Bognanni:   

The board ran out      , and Bognanni's ace-queen-high was good enough to elimate Jivkov in 9th place.

Marco Bognanni24,475,0006,475,000
Nick Jivkov0-7,500,000
Tuesday, June 18, 2019 3:36 PM Local Time
Josh Boulton Eliminated in 10th Place ($19,601)

Josh Boulton

While the blinds went up, one more hand was played on both tables and ultimately resulted in two players busting out, leaving a final table of eight.

In the first hand, it was Robert Mitchell who opened from under the gun. Josh Boulton three-bet shoved 3,900,000 from middle position and Mitchell snapped him off.

Josh Boulton:   
Robert Mitchell:   

Mitchell's incredible heater from today kept going as he won another coin flip to oust Boulton in 10th place:      .

Robert Mitchell33,525,0006,425,000
Josh Boulton (UK)0-4,300,000
Tuesday, June 18, 2019 3:26 PM Local Time
Action Slows Down to a Crawl

With ten players left, two tables of five players and no hand-for-hand, action has slowed down to a crawl on both tables as no one wants to miss out on the final table. Pots are very few and far between currently, with only the occasional shove from the short stack getting through.

Robert Mitchell27,100,0002,100,000
Benjamin Underwood10,800,0001,300,000
Zachary Mullennix4,800,000200,000
Kamel Mokhammad4,500,000900,000
Josh Boulton (UK)4,300,000-2,550,000
Tuesday, June 18, 2019 3:13 PM Local Time
Moon Doubles Through Hallay

The hand started out relatively tame, but things escalated quickly. After preflop action folded around to Axel Hallay in the small blind, he thought for a moment and then made the call. Benjamin Moon, in the big blind, then thought for a moment as well before he announced "All in," which was met with a snap call from Hallay, who had been setting a trap.

Benjamin Moon:   
Axel Hallay:   

Moon looked to be headed to the payout desk after the runout through the turn of     , but the   on the river kept him at the table, and got Moon to remark, "I'm running good so far today."

Axel Hallay13,925,000-4,075,000
Benjamin Moon8,300,000775,000
Tuesday, June 18, 2019 2:55 PM Local Time
Underwood Trending Upwards

Benjamin Underwood

Kamel Mokhammad and Benjamin Underwood had their stacks in the middle on a       board and the cards were already on their backs. Mokhammad had the    open but was pipped by Underwood's   .

Mokhammad was left with fewer than ten big blinds after the hand. He then shoved the next hand and picked up the blinds and ante.

Benjamin Underwood9,500,0003,375,000
Kamel Mokhammad3,600,000-5,100,000
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Tuesday, June 18, 2019 2:48 PM Local Time
Christopher Csik Eliminated in 11th Place ($19,601)

Christopher Csik

Christopher Csik raised it up and saw everyone fold to Robert Mitchell in the big blind. Mitchell three-bet shoved all in and Csik called it off for around 8 million to create the biggest pot of the tournament thus far.

Christopher Csik:   
Robert Mitchell:   

Csik won a big coin flip against Phil Ivey late on Day 2, but in an even bigger flip he'd come up short. It was the ace that came for Mitchell on      , improving his hand to the winner and leaving Csik with nothing more than an 11th place finish.

Robert Mitchell25,000,0006,650,000
Christopher Csik0-6,650,000
Tuesday, June 18, 2019 2:43 PM Local Time
Alberto Ortiz Eliminated in 12th Place ($19,601)

Alberto Ortiz Such

After everyone folded to him, Alberto Ortiz moved all in for 4,650,000 from the small blind. Axel Hallay briefly checked how much it was, but followed up with the call not much later.

Alberto Ortiz:   
Axel Hallay:   

The   flopped in the window, followed by the   and the   to give Hallay a massive head start in the hand. The board ran out     to improve him further to a flush, making Ortiz the 12th place finisher.

Axel Hallay18,000,0006,500,000
Alberto Ortiz Such0-7,050,000
Tuesday, June 18, 2019 2:40 PM Local Time
Mitchell Comes Back Swinging

Robert Mitchell

In the first hand back from the break action folded around to Zachary Mullennix in the small blind and he completed. Robert Mitchell then raised it up to 950,000, which Mullennix called. After Mullennix check-called a 800,000 bet from Mitchell on the     flop, both players then checked the   turn. Mullennix checked once again on the   river, and then check-folded after Mitchell put out a bet of 1,500,000.

Two hands later Mitchell raised it up to 600,000 from the button after action was folded around to him and Christopher Csik defended from his big blind. After Csik both players checked through to the      turn, Mitchell slid out a bet of 600,000, which got a fold from Csik.

Robert Mitchell18,350,0002,350,000
Christopher Csik6,650,000-600,000
Zachary Mullennix4,600,000-1,500,000
Tuesday, June 18, 2019 2:07 PM Local Time
First Break

The remaining 12 players have been sent on their first 15-minute break of the day

Tuesday, June 18, 2019 1:59 PM Local Time
Bognanni Builds His Lead

Marco Bognanni raised to 600,000 and Axel Hallay defended the big blind. The flop came     and Hallay check-called 700,000 from Bognanni, while the   turn got checked by both players.

The   river saw Hallay take the betting lead with a bet of 1,200,000. Bognanni called it off with    for a mere king-high, but his read was on point as Hallay couldn't muster up more than   .

Marco Bognanni18,000,0003,200,000
Axel Hallay11,500,000350,000
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Tuesday, June 18, 2019 1:57 PM Local Time
Csik Doubles Through Boulton

Josh Boulton raised to 525,000 on the button, Christopher Csik three-bet shoved 3,450,000 from the small blind and Boulten called the 14 big blind reshove off after some thought.

Christopher Csik:   
Josh Boulton:   

The best hand held up on a       board to give Csik the winner.

Christopher Csik7,250,0002,150,000
Josh Boulton (UK)6,850,000-3,350,000
Tuesday, June 18, 2019 1:55 PM Local Time
Casey Campbell Eliminated in 13th Place ($15,412)

Casey Campbell

When preflop action folded around to Casey Campbell in late position, he decided to shove the last of his chips into the middle of the felt. Unfortunately for Campbell Joshua Boulton woke up with a big hand in the big blind and made the call.

Casey Campbell:   
Joshua Boulton:   

The board ran out      , which meant that Campbell's deep tournament run had come to an end.

Josh Boulton (UK)10,200,0002,800,000
Casey Campbell0-2,700,000
Tuesday, June 18, 2019 1:55 PM Local Time
Kevin Song Eliminated in 14th Place ($15,412)

Kevin Song

After Benjamin raised it to 650,000 from the cutoff, Marco Bognanni then three-bet to 1,700,000. The small blind got out of the way and Kevin Song then four-bet shoved all in, which got a quick fold from Moon. Bognanni asked for a count, which the dealer confirmed, and he made the call.

Kevin Song:   
Marco Bognanni:   

Song was in a race for his tournament life, which he looked to win after the dealer spread a flop of    . The   turn kept Song in the lead, but the   river meant Song would have to wait until another day to win a second bracelet.

Marco Bognanni14,800,0004,300,000
Kevin Song0-5,800,000
Tuesday, June 18, 2019 1:46 PM Local Time
Hamid Feiz Eliminated in 15th Place ($15,412)

Hamid Feiz

Josh Boulton raised first to act and received calls from Robert Mitchell and Hamid Feiz in the blinds. The flop came down     and both blinds checked to Boulton, who continued for 600,000. Mitchell called, as did Feiz.

On the   turn, Mitchell checked and Feiz opted to lead for 1,000,000. Boulton quickly got out of the way, but Mitchell stuck around for another street.

The   river saw another check from Mitchell and Feiz bet 1,500,000 this time. Mitchell let out an audible sigh, then inquired how much Feiz played in total. After around a minute, he check-raised all in and Feiz immediately called it off for around 3,500,000.

Mitchell showed him    for a king-high flush and Feiz, despite technically needing to show his hand, mucked it instead. Just like that, the start-of-the-day chip leader was gone in 15th place.

Robert Mitchell16,000,00010,200,000
Josh Boulton (UK)7,400,000-2,600,000
Hamid Feiz0-9,000,000
Tuesday, June 18, 2019 1:35 PM Local Time
Moon Rising

Axel Hallay raised it up to 500,000. Benjamin Moon, who has built up his chip stack nicely since the start of Day 3, then put in a sizable three-bet to 3,000,000, which sent Hallay into the tank. After he re-checked his cards and eyed Moon's stack, Hallay made the decision to fold, which sent a few more chips Moon's way.

Axel Hallay11,150,000-500,000
Benjamin Moon7,525,0001,125,000
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