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

Tuesday, June 25, 2019 to Thursday, June 27, 2019

$600 No-Limit Hold'em DEEPSTACK CHAMPIONSHIP (Event #59)

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  • Buy-in: $600
  • Prizepool: $3,223,500
  • Entries: 6,140
  • Remaining: 0

EVENT UPDATES

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Friday, June 28, 2019 3:25 PM Local Time
Hands #85-89: Five Quick Hands

Hand #85: Steffen Logen raised to 2,500,000 in the small blind and Joe Foresman called in the big blind. On the     flop, Logen continued for 2,500,000 and Foresman folded.

Hand #86: Foresman limped in and Will Givens raised to 3,500,000 to claim the pot without resistance.

Hand #87: Givens raised the small blind to 3,500,000 and Logen jammed for around 22,000,000 to force a fold from Givens.

Hand #88: Givens opened to 2,500,000 on the button and Foresman called in the big blind. On a flop of    , Foresman checked and Givens won the pot with a bet of 1,700,000.

Hand #89: Foresman limped the small blind and Givens checked from the big blind. The flop brought     and Foresman check-folded when facing a bet of 1,500,000.

Will Givens104,000,000-1,900,000
Joe Foresman51,000,000-5,000,000
Steffen Logen26,500,0005,000,000
Friday, June 28, 2019 3:19 PM Local Time
Hands #81-84: Givens and Foresman Keep Battling

Will Givens

Hand #81: Will Givens raised to 2,000,000 from the button and Steffen Logen called from the big blind. The dealer put out a flop of     and they both checked to the   on the turn. Logen checked, Givens bet 2,000,000 and Logen called. The river was the   and both players checked. Logen revealed    for a pair of sevens and raked in the pot.

Blinds increased to 500,000/1,000,000 with a big blind ante of 1,000,000.

Hand #82: Joe Foresman got a walk.

Hand #83: Foresman made it 2,000,000 to go from the small blind and Givens defended his big blind. The flop came     and Foresman bet 2,700,000. Givens thought for a moment and then raised to 8,200,000. Foresman asked for a count and then called.

The turn brought in the   and Foresman check-called a bet of 8,500,000 from Givens. The river completed the board with the   and both players checked. "Ace high" announced Foresman. Givens wasted no time and revealed    for third pair. "We three-handed now. Let's go!" celebrated Givens, giving his rail high-fives all around.

Hand #84: Foresman raised to 2,200,000 from the button and Givens three-bet to 8,300,000 from the small blind. Foresman called and the two players checked on a flop of    . They decided to check it all the way down, seeing the   on the turn and then the   on the river. Givens tabled    for a pair of queens and Foresman mucked.

Will Givens105,900,00027,900,000
Joe Foresman56,000,000-30,000,000
Steffen Logen21,500,0002,500,000
Friday, June 28, 2019 3:07 PM Local Time
Level 39 started
Level: 39
Blinds: 5,000,000/1,000,000
Ante: 1,000,000
Friday, June 28, 2019 3:04 PM Local Time
Jeff Hakim Eliminated in 4th Place ($135,783)

Jeff Hakim

Hand #80: Will Givens raised to 2,500,000 in the small blind and Jeff Hakim gave it some consideration before moving all in for just over 17,000,000, Givens almost beat him into the pot.

Jeff Hakim:   
Will Givens:   

"I need an ace," Hakim said to his rail. A five would have also done the job after the     flop, but the   turn and   river ended Hakim's run in 4th place for $135,783.

Will Givens78,000,00018,000,000
Jeff Hakim0-18,000,000
Friday, June 28, 2019 3:02 PM Local Time
Hands #77-79: Givens Caught Bluffing

Hand #77: Will Givens raised to 1,600,000 on the button and Jeff Hakim jammed the small blind for 15,000,000. Steffen Logen in the big blind asked for a count and folded, as did Givens.

Hand #78: Logen raised to 2,000,000 in the small blind and claimed the big blind of Joe Foresman along with the big blind ante.

Hand #79: Foresman raised to 1,600,000 from the small blind and Givens called to see a     flop, which both players checked. On the   turn, Foresman checked and called a bt of 1,200,000 before doing so again for 3,500,000 on the   river.

"Ace high is good," Givens said as he rolled over    for a busted flush draw. Foresman had    and won the pot.

Joe Foresman86,000,0006,000,000
Will Givens60,000,000-12,000,000
Steffen Logen19,000,0000
Jeff Hakim18,000,0003,500,000
Jostens Fan Collection
Friday, June 28, 2019 2:55 PM Local Time
Hands #72-76: Passing Chips Around

Joe Foresman

Hand #72: Will Givens raised to 2,500,000 from the small blind and Jeff Hakim shoved for 16,600,000 from the big blind. Givens asked for a count and then called. Hakim tabled   , at risk against Given's   . The board ran out       for a chop and Hakim survived.

Hand #73: Joe Foresman opened to 1,700,000 from under the gun and got no action.

Hand #74: Steffen Logen limped in from the small blind and Foresman checked his option from the big blind. The flop came    , Logen led for 1,000,000 and Foresman folded.

Hand #75: Foresman limped in from the small blind and Givens checked from the big blind. The dealer fanned a flop of     and both players checked to the   on the turn and then the   on the river. Foresman led for 1,200,000 and Givens mucked.

Hand #76: Logen opened for 1,600,000 from under the gun and picked up the blinds and antes.

Joe Foresman80,000,0002,500,000
Will Givens72,000,0002,000,000
Steffen Logen19,000,000500,000
Jeff Hakim14,500,000-2,500,000
Friday, June 28, 2019 2:47 PM Local Time
Hands #67-71: Givens Hits Flush Against Hakim

Will Givens

Hand #67: Jeff Hakim made it 1,800,000 to go from the cutoff and Will Givens defended out of the big blind to see a     flop. Givens check-raised from 1,200,000 to 3,800,000 and Hakim called. Givens led the   turn for 6,000,000 to pick up a call from Hakim and they checked the   on the river.

Givens turned over    for a flush and won the pot.

Hand #68: Givens raised to 2,500,000 in the small blind, forcing a fold from Hakim in the big blind.

Hand #69: Joe Foresman opened to 1,700,000 first to act and claimed the blinds and big blind ante.

Hand #70: A walk for Foresman.

Hand #71: Foresman limped the small blind and Givens checked. Foresman check-called a bet of 1,200,000 on the     flop and the   turn and   river brought no betting action. Foresman announced a four and tabled    as the winning hand.

Joe Foresman77,500,0004,000,000
Will Givens70,000,0008,600,000
Steffen Logen18,500,0001,000,000
Jeff Hakim17,000,000-14,000,000
Friday, June 28, 2019 2:39 PM Local Time
Hands #62-66: Givens' Tower of Chips Tumble Over. Literally.

Will Givens

Hand #62: Jeff Hakim raised to 1,600,000 on the button and picked up the blinds and antes.

Hand #63: Steffen Logen opened to 1,600,000 on the button and got a call from Will Givens in the big blind. The flop came     and both players checked to the   on the turn. Givens led out for 2,500,000 and Logen mucked.

Hand #64: Joe Foresman opened to 1,600,000 on the button and Hakim defended his big blind. The dealer fanned a flop of    , Hakim checked, Foresman bet 2,300,000 and Hakim called. The turn was the   and both players checked to the   on the river. They checked again and Hakim announced he had a ten, flashing the   first. Foresman quickly tabled    for a pair of kings though and Hakim mucked his second card.

Hand #65: Hakim limped in from the small blind and Logen raised to 2,500,000 from the big blind. Hakim limp-shoved all in and Logen went into the tank. Meanwhile, Givens' tall tower of chips teetered over and splashed all over the table, prompting a laugh from the rail. Logen then folded after a moment of thought.

Hand #66: Givens opened to 1,600,000 from under the gun and picked up the blinds and antes.

Joe Foresman73,500,0003,500,000
Will Givens61,400,0004,400,000
Jeff Hakim31,000,000-500,000
Steffen Logen17,500,000-8,000,000
Friday, June 28, 2019 2:31 PM Local Time
Gleb Kovtunov Eliminated in 5th Place ($102,077)

Gleb Kovtunov

Hand #61: Gleb Kovtunov moved all in for 7,500,000 from the cutoff and Jeff Hakim re-shoved all in over top from the small blind.

Gleb Kovtunov:   
Jeff Hakim:   

Kovtunov was dominated and at risk, needing to improve to survive on this final table.

The flop came     to keep Hakim in the lead. The turn was the   to give Kovtunov a gut-shot straight draw but the river was the   and he was sent to the rail in 5th place.

All remaining players are guaranteed a payout of $135,783.

Jeff Hakim31,500,00010,000,000
Gleb Kovtunov0-7,800,000
Friday, June 28, 2019 2:20 PM Local Time
Hands #56-60: Three Barrels By Givens

Hand #56: Jeff Hakim limped the small blind and Steffen Logen checked. On a flop of    , Hakim checked and called a bt of 800,000 by Logen before the   turn and   river were checked. Hakim tabled    and Logen won the pot with   .

Hand #57: Will Givens raised to 1,600,000 from the cutoff and was called by Logen in the small blind and Joe Foresman in the big blind. The     flop was checked to Givens and his continuation bet of 2,500,000 was called only by Logen. The German check-called another bet of 4,400,000 on the   turn and the   river was checked by Logen. Givens made it 8,000,000 to go and Logen released his cards into the muck.

Hand #58: Logen raised the button to 1,600,000 and won the blinds and big blind ante.

Hand #59: Gleb Kovtunov folded the small blind to give Givens a walk and exposed his   .

Hand #60: Another raise and take it for Logen, who made it 1,600,000 from under the gun.

Joe Foresman70,000,0000
Will Givens57,000,0000
Steffen Logen25,500,0000
Jeff Hakim21,500,0000
Gleb Kovtunov7,800,0000
Jostens Fan Collection
Friday, June 28, 2019 2:01 PM Local Time
Level 38 started
Level: 38
Blinds: 400,000/800,000
Ante: 800,000
Friday, June 28, 2019 12:16 PM Local Time
A Winner Will be Crowned in Event #59: $600 No-Limit Hold'em Deepstack Championship

Will Givens seeks second WSOP bracelet

After three tournament days and 37 levels of poker action at the Rio All-Suite Hotel and Casino, Event #59: $600 No-Limit Hold'em Deepstack Championship has seen a field of 6,140 entries whittled down all the way to the final five, all in their pursuit to become the latest bracelet winner at the 2019 World Series of Poker.

The event was scheduled to play down to a winner on Day 3, however, the remaining five hopefuls will return at 2 p.m. local time for an unscheduled fourth day to determine a champion.

Leading the field into the final day of the tournament is Joe Foresman with 74,600,000, followed by WSOP bracelet winner Will Givens (45,500,000) and Germany's Steffen Logen (30,100,000).

Jeff Hakim (24,300,000) and Gleb Kovtunov (9,800,000) round up the remaining line-up and are no strangers to deep runs in international poker tournaments with more than $1.5 million and more than $700,000 in cashes respectively.

Seat Assignments for Day 4

SeatPlayerCountryChip CountBig Blinds
1Gleb KovtunovUkraine9,800,00012
2Will GivensUnited States45,500,00056
3Jeff HakimLebanon24,300,00030
4Steffen LogenGermany30,100,00037
5Joe ForesmanUnited States74,600,00093

Kovtunov will be the short stack heading into the day with 12 big blinds at 400,000/800,000 and a big blind ante of 800,000, but an early double up for the Ukrainian would lift him back into contention for the top prize of $397,903 and the coveted gold bracelet.

Stay tuned to find out who will emerge victorious, as the PokerNews team will provide hand-for-hand coverage until a champion is crowned.

Remaining Payouts

PlacePlayerCountryPrize (USD)
1  $397,903
2  $245,606
3  $181,953
4  $135,783
5  $102,077
6Mrityunjay JhaUnited States$77,308
7David GoodmanUnited States$58,988
8Jean-Francois AlexandreCanada$45,348
9Linda HuardCanada$35,128