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

Tuesday, July 02, 2019 to Thursday, July 04, 2019

SALUTE TO WARRIORS - $500 No-Limit Hold'em (Event #71)

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  • Buy-in: $500
  • Prizepool: $723,660
  • Entries: 1,723
  • Remaining: 0

EVENT UPDATES

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Friday, July 5, 2019 2:01 PM Local Time
Taylor Carroll Eliminated in 5th Place ($28,897)

Taylor Carroll

Hand #37: Susan Faber limped on the button and Rob Stark raised to 850,000 in the small blind. Tayler Carroll shoved for 7,730,000 and Faber called after Stark folded.

Taylor Carroll:   
Susan Faber:   

Carroll was in desperate shape to win the hand and the board       brought him no help. Carroll, a veteran of the air force, ended up in 5th place for $28,897.

Susan Faber22,400,0009,700,000
Taylor Carroll0-7,730,000
Friday, July 5, 2019 2:01 PM Local Time
Level 34 started
Level: 34
Blinds: 150,000/300,000
Ante: 300,000
Friday, July 5, 2019 1:58 PM Local Time
Hands #35-36 : Stark Gets Value

Hand #35: Chris Canan called his option and Susan Faber checked.

The flop fell     Faber called Canan's bet for 300,000. The turn was the   and Canan bet for 400,000. Faber called once more.

On the   river, Canan opted to check and Faber fired 1,000,000. Canan let it go.

Hand #36: Taylor Carrol raised under the gun to 625,000 Rob Stark called in the big blind.

A flop     came and Stark led out for 775,000. Carroll took a minute and called to see a   on the turn. Stark checked this time and so did Carroll.

The river was the   and Stark fired 2,500,000. Carroll went deep into the tank and called, but mucked his cards when Stark revealed    for the winning hand of trips.

Taylor Carroll7,730,000-4,170,000
Dean Yoon3,900,0000
Rob Stark1,040,000-6,160,000
Chris Canan640,000-6,760,000
Friday, July 5, 2019 1:41 PM Local Time
Hands #30-34: There Is a New Chip Leader

Hand #30: Chris Canan opened for 525,000 on the button and Susan Faber called from the small blind.

Both players checked the      board down to the   where Faber fired out 500,000 and Canan called tabling    for the winner.

Hand #31: Dean Yoon opened for 700,000 from the cutoff and was uncontested.

Hand #32: Susan Faber opened for 800,000 on the button and Rob Stark called from the small blind.

Stark checked the     flop to Faber who bet 800,000 and Stark three-bet to 2,200,000. Faber then four-bet Stark all-in and Stark laid his hand down.

Hand #33: Taylor Carroll opened for 525,000 from the small blind and was uncontested.

Hand #34: Rob Stark opened for 650,000 from the cutoff and Taylor Carroll three-bet to 1,800,000 on the button. Action folded back to Stark who jammed for 4,800,000 and Carroll mucked his hand.

Susan Faber12,700,0001,500,000
Taylor Carroll11,900,000-1,800,000
Chris Canan7,400,000800,000
Rob Stark7,200,000-1,100,000
Dean Yoon3,900,000-800,000
Friday, July 5, 2019 1:31 PM Local Time
Jordan Knackstedt Eliminated in 6th Place ($21,510)

Jordan Knackstsedt

Hand #29: Chris Canan raised his small blind for 2,05,000, putting Jordan Knackstedt at risk for his tournament and the latter moved his last 1,800,000 in the middle to call.

Chris Canan:   
Jordan Knackstedt:   

Knackstedt had the dominating hand and the flop first fell    . However, the   showed up on the turn to give a pair of jacks to Canan and Knackstedt made his way to the exit after the   came on the river.

Chris Canan6,600,0002,400,000
Jordan Knackstedt0-2,300,000
Friday, July 5, 2019 1:29 PM Local Time
Hands #27- 28: Carroll Gets a Fold from Stark

Hand #27: Chris Canan raised all in under the gun to 3,180,000 and took down the pot.

Hand #28: Rob Stark raised to 675,00 Taylor Carroll decided to three-bet to 1,900,000 on the button. It folded back to Stark who tanked and folded.

Taylor Carroll13,700,0001,100,000
Rob Stark8,300,000-700,000
Friday, July 5, 2019 1:20 PM Local Time
Hands #22-26: Uncontested Raises

Hand #22: Rob Stark opened for 700,000 from the cutoff and was uncontested.

Hand #23: Chris Canan opened for 2,000,000 from the small blind and was uncontested.

Hand #24: Taylor Carroll opened for 525,000 from early position and was uncontested.

Hand #25: Taylor Carroll opened under the gun for 525,000 and Rob Stark three-bet to 1,300,000 from the big blind. Carroll folded.

Hand #26: Jordan Knackstedt moved all in from late position and was uncontested.

Taylor Carroll12,600,000-400,000
Rob Stark9,000,0004,100,000
Chris Canan4,200,000400,000
Jordan Knackstedt2,300,0000
Friday, July 5, 2019 1:12 PM Local Time
Level 33 started
Level: 33
Blinds: 125,000/250,000
Ante: 250,000
Friday, July 5, 2019 1:12 PM Local Time
Hands #17-21 : Knackstedt Doubles Through Faber

Hand #17: Taylor Carroll raised to 425,000 in the cutoff and grabbed the blinds.

Hand #18: Jordan Knackstedt raised in the small blind to 1,000,000 and Susan Faber called.

The flop brought     and Knackstedt pushed his last 50,000 in the middle, called by Faber.

Jordan Knackstedt:   
Susan Faber:   

The turn was the  , giving a pair of eights to Knackstedt who doubled up after the   completed the board.

Hand #19: Chris Canan moved all in 3,68,000 in the cutoff and no one called.

New blinds 125,000/250,000

Hand #20: Rob Stark raised his small blind for 750,000 and Carroll made the call.

A flop     fell and Stark continued for 800,000, Carroll folded.

Hand #21: Stark raised to 600,000 on the button and Dean Yoon called in the big blind.

The was brought     and Yoon check-raised to 1,900,000 after Stark bet 700,000. Stark tanked for a minute and shoved for 4,35,000. Yoon quickly folded.

Taylor Carroll13,000,000-600,000
Susan Faber11,200,000-1,300,000
Dean Yoon4,700,000-2,700,000
Jordan Knackstedt2,300,000700,000
Friday, July 5, 2019 1:00 PM Local Time
Hands #12-16: The Faber Show

Hand #12: Taylor Carroll raised to 450,000 in from early position and was uncontested.

Hand #13: Chris Canan raised to 500,000 from middle position and Susan Faber called from the small blind.

Faber fired out 500,000 after the     flop and Canan mucked his hand.

Hand #14: Taylor Carroll got a walk.

Hand #15: Susan Faber opened for 800,000 from middle position and was uncontested.

Hand #16: Susan Faber limped in from early position along with Dean Yoon from the small blind and Chris Canan checked his option.

The     flop was checked to Faber who fired out 800,00 getting a fold from both Yoon and Canan.

Taylor Carroll13,600,000600,000
Susan Faber12,500,0001,600,000
Dean Yoon7,400,000-600,000
Chris Canan3,800,000-900,000
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Friday, July 5, 2019 12:54 PM Local Time
Jose Annaloro Eliminated in 7th Place ($16,190)

Jose Annaloro

Hand #11: Jose Annaloro pushed all in under the gun for his last 775,000 and Dean Yoon reraised all in on the button to create the following showdown:

Jose Annaloro:   
Dean Yoon:   

It was a typical flip situation but the board brought      , improving Yoon's hand into a set of tens to bust Annaloro in 7th place for $16,190.

Dean Yoon8,000,0002,000,000
Jose Annaloro0-775,000
Friday, July 5, 2019 12:52 PM Local Time
Hand#10: Blinds for Knackstedt

Hand #10: Jordan Knackstedt raised all in 1,550,000 under the gun and earned the blinds.

Taylor Carroll13,600,000600,000
Susan Faber10,900,0000
Rob Stark4,900,0000
Chris Canan4,700,000-100,000
Jordan Knackstedt1,600,000-100,000
Friday, July 5, 2019 12:49 PM Local Time
Kulwant Singh Eliminated in 8th Place ($12,323)

Kulwant Singh

Hand #9: Chris Canan opened under the gun for 500,000, Susan Faber called from middle position and Kulwant Singh jammed for 2,550,000 from the big blind. Canan folded and Faber called.

Susan Faber:   
Kulwant Singh:   

Singh was in bad shape and couldn't catch a ten as the board ran out       and he was eliminated in 8th place.

Susan Faber10,900,0003,000,000
Chris Canan4,800,000-400,000
Kulwant Singh0-2,750,000
Friday, July 5, 2019 12:46 PM Local Time
Hands # 6-8: Still No Flops

Hand #6: Susan Faber limped in from the small blind and folded after Rob Stark jammed for 3,450,000 from the big blind.

Hand #7: Kulwant Singh opened for 700,000 from early position and was uncontested.

Hand #8: Susan Faber opened for 600,000 from the cutoff and folded after Rob Stark jammed for 3,750,000 on the button.

Susan Faber7,900,000-500,000
Chris Canan5,200,000-400,000
Rob Stark4,900,0002,700,000
Kulwant Singh2,750,000-550,000
Friday, July 5, 2019 12:35 PM Local Time
Hands #1-5 : Faber Grabs the Blinds

Hand #1: Susan Faber raised to 600,000 in the hijack and got the blinds.

Hand #2: Faber raised to 800,000 and the rest of the table folded.

Hand #3: Kulwant Singh pushed all in 1,750,000 on the button and took down the pot.

Hand #4: Faber raised to 800,000 under the gun and no one called.

Hand #5: Dean Yoon raised to 700,000 in the hijack and grabbed the pot.

Susan Faber8,400,0000
Jose Annaloro775,000-1,125,000
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Friday, July 5, 2019 12:28 PM Local Time
Shuffle Up and Deal

The final day of Event #71: $500 SALUTE TO WARRIORS No-Limit Hold'em is officially underway.

Friday, July 5, 2019 12:24 PM Local Time
Level 32 started
Level: 32
Blinds: 100,000/200,000
Ante: 200,000
Friday, July 5, 2019 11:09 AM Local Time
Who Will Be the First Champion of Event #71: $500 SALUTE TO WARRIORS No-Limit Hold'em?

Taylor Carroll

After a day of rest to celebrate July 4th, American Independence Day, it's finally time for Event #71: $500 SALUTE TO WARRIORS No-Limit Hold'em final table with eight players remaining.

The tournament was one of 19 new WSOP events, encouraging military members to join the action and giving away $40 of each buy-in to benefits of the United Services Organization (USO) and other military-related charities.

For his first year, the event gathered a total of 1,723 entries to create a prize pool of $723,660. The final eights are all assured of a minimum payday worth $12,323 but all have their eyes on the $121,161 first prize and a gold bracelet.

The big story in the field today is Taylor Carroll, a former air force member, retired in 2015, who leads the way with a hefty 13,525,000. Taylor cashed the Millionaire Maker earlier during the Series and is already achieving his biggest live poker performance.

He is followed by Susan Faber (7,280,000), Dean Yoon (6,845,000) and Chris Canan (6,105,000), Kulwant Singh (3,300,00), the most experienced tournament player of the table with $202,680 of live earnings, Uriah Grossglauser (2,200,000), Jose Annaloro (1,900,000) and Jordan Knackstedt (1,700,000).

Below you will see the seating chart for the remaining eight players today. The action will be picking up at noon and play until a winner is decided, with a 15-minute break every three levels.

Final Table Draw

SeatNameCountryChip CountBig Blinds
1Jose AnnaloroVenezuela1,265,0006
2Susan FaberUnited States7,280,00036
3Rob StarkUnited States3,655,00018
4Taylor CarrollUnited States13,525,00068
5Dean YoonUnited States6,845,00034
6Kulwant SinghUnited States2,225,00011
7Chris CananUnited States6,105,00031
8Jordan KnackstsedtCanada2,050,00010

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