Thursday, November 11, 2021 2:22 PM Local Time
Amiri Soaring in Latest Round of Amazon Chip Counts
Ehsan Amiri leads the latest round of chip counts with a stack of 815,500.
|Ehsan Amiri||815,500||0 |
|Frank Funaro||400,000||-80,000 |
|Ben Yu||365,000||35,000 |
|Matt Affleck||340,000||-65,000 |
|Jesse Lonis||300,000||125,000 |
|Marle Spragg||250,000||15,000 |
|Michael Wang||200,000||150,000 |
|Mike Matusow||165,000||10,000 |
|Ryan Tillmann||135,000||19,700 |
|Justin Young||127,000||7,000 |
|Jimmy D'Ambrosio||120,000||40,000 |
|Ted Forrest||105,000||-155,000 |
|Jake Daniels||75,000||6,300 |
|Chris Conrad||65,000||-50,000 |
Thursday, November 11, 2021 2:16 PM Local Time
Updates Counts from Around the Pavilion Room
|Nicholas Rigby||858,000||29,000 |
|Farhad Jamasi||632,000||-118,000 |
|Damien Steel||590,000||-36,000 |
|Mikiya Kudo||206,000||54,000 |
|Oliver Entine||189,000||98,000 |
|Young Ko||149,000||-48,000 |
|Thomas Chapman||112,000||46,000 |
|Kenneth Cleeton||95,500||-1,500 |
|Justin Bonomo||92,000||1,000 |
|William Fagerbakke||77,000||15,100 |
Thursday, November 11, 2021 2:14 PM Local Time
Awwad Sends Micka Out
Joel Micka shoved the rest of his short stack on the turn with about 30,000 in the pot and Ryan Awwad called.
Micka had paired his queen, but Awwad was ahead with two pair queens and sixes. The river changed nothing and Micka was eliminated.
|Ryan Awwad||167,000||7,500 |
|Joel Micka||0||-69,000 |
Thursday, November 11, 2021 2:09 PM Local Time
Updated Chip Counts in Pavillion
|Anton Wigg||730,000||182,000 |
|Brittney Stout||605,000||210,100 |
|Jason Koon||514,500||108,500 |
|Keith Lehr||484,500||102,400 |
|Barry Greenstein||424,000||175,700 |
|Oliver Biles||381,000||63,800 |
|Jared Jaffee||344,000||130,400 |
|Ryan Hartmann||324,500||-37,300 |
|Ronnie Bardah||297,500||97,100 |
|Brian Altman||290,000||-150,100 |
|Weston Pring||243,000||12,700 |
|Kitty Kuo||241,000||37,900 |
|Santiago Plante||195,000||101,200 |
|Ian O'Hara||175,000||2,700 |
|Brian Yoon||152,500||-52,100 |
|Johan Guilbert||147,000||94,600 |
|Koray Aldemir||136,000||62,700 |
|Pete Chen||75,000||-131,500 |
|Allen Kessler||58,000||-1,000 |0
Thursday, November 11, 2021 2:08 PM Local Time
Notable Stacks From Amazon Gold
|Adam Walton||670,000||-10,300 |
|Shane Raikes||667,000||-18,000 |
|Qui Nguyen||515,000||29,500 |
|Benjamin Mccoy||501,000||-34,000 |
|Arkadi Onikoul||500,000||-143,200 |
|Vojtech Ruzicka||430,000||385,000 |
|Jeremy Pekarek||415,500||-5,500 |
|Joao Simao||300,000||81,500 |
|Adam Owen||280,500||64,500 |
|Ivan Deyra||257,000||108,000 |
|Taus Lilius||225,000||-20,000 |
|DJ Buckley||176,500||-43,200 |
|Felipe Ramos||151,500||111,500 |
|Christoph Vogelsang||115,000||-65,000 |
|Daniel Park||90,000||-42,900 |
|Benjamin Moon||84,500||0 |
|Benjamin May||63,500||20,500 |
|Brock Wilson||63,000||28,600 |
|Matt Livingston||0||-43,500 |
Thursday, November 11, 2021 2:05 PM Local Time
Frasca Takes from Berkey, Knocks Out Ivers
Matt Berkey raised to 7,000 from middle position and David Ivers three-bet shoved his last 26,000 from two seats over. Brian Frasca called from the cutoff and Berkey came along.
The flop was and the remaining players checked. The turn was and Berkey checked again. Frasca fired a 16,000 bet and Berkey got out of the way.
Frasca turned over and Ivers turned over a dominated . The river was and no help for Ivers as Frasca's kings held to secure the pot and send him to the rail.
|Brian Frasca||339,000||25,100 |
|Matt Berkey||268,000||150,500 |
|David Ivers||0||-87,600 |
Thursday, November 11, 2021 2:04 PM Local Time
Mann Doubles With Rockets
Jason Mann three-bet to 20,500 after an open from Scott Davies, who then four-bet to 61,500. Mann flatted the raise.
Davies led out with a bet of 32,500 on the flop reading and Mann called. On the turn, Davies put out a stack of green chips to put Mann all-in and he quickly called.
Mann only had to fade two kings to secure a double-up and did so as the river brought the .
|Jason Mann||450,000||200,000 |
|Scott Davies||430,000||-236,000 |
Thursday, November 11, 2021 2:04 PM Local Time
Is Late Registration +EV? ICM Gives Us the Answer
Fresh off his latest book, Endgame Poker Strategy, Unibet ambassador Dara O'Kearney takes a look at the recent controversy over late registration and discusses how ICM should inform a player's decision.
Find out what Dara O'Kearney has to say on late registration
Thursday, November 11, 2021 2:03 PM Local Time
Toole Takes From Armstrong
Benjamin Armstrong opened to 7,000 from the hijack and found one caller in Jake Toole in the big blind.
Toole check-called a 13,000 bet from Armstrong on the flop and then both players proceeded to check down on the turn and river.
Toole tabled for a pair of jacks and Armstrong mucked without showing.
|Benjamin Armstrong||520,000||-10,000 |
|Jake Toole||150,000||-102,500 |0
Thursday, November 11, 2021 2:00 PM Local Time
Glick Flops a Set and Doubles Through Phillips
Dennis Phillips raised to 6,000 and was called by Casey Glick in the cutoff and Hoa Pham out of the big blind. The flop fell and Pham checked, Phillips bet 9,000 and Glick then raised to 29,000. Pham quickly folded and Phillips called after very brief consideration.
On the turn, Phillips check-called for 30,000 and opted to check again the on the river. Glick now jammed for 72,500 and Phillips immediately asked for a count. After tanking for four minutes, he apologized to the table and Nabil Cardoso instantly replied with a "take your time." Another half a minute passed and Phillips called with the only to get shown the for a set of deuces by Glick.
"Nice hand," Phillips conceded as he dropped to a short stack.
|Harrison Gimbel||350,000||2,200 |
|Casey Glick||300,000||158,900 |
|Sonny Franco||115,000||-53,000 |
|Dennis Phillips||50,000||-150,000 |
Thursday, November 11, 2021 1:55 PM Local Time
Various Post-Break Purple Counts
|Matthew Gawel||960,000||494,700 |
|Nick Petrangelo||660,000||10,000 |
|Robert Mizrachi||605,000||130,000 |
|Frank Funaro||480,000||130,000 |
|Russell Thomas||460,000||65,000 |
|Anthony Zinno||340,000||30,600 |
|Sonia Shashikhina||295,000||52,900 |
|Toby Lewis||210,000||68,400 |
|Andre Akkari||195,000||48,100 |
|Barbara Enright||140,000||6,600 |
|Tim Reilly||105,000||-117,200 |
|David Tuchman||95,000||-135,000 |
|Garry Gates||36,000||-74,000 |
Thursday, November 11, 2021 1:53 PM Local Time
Assorted Counts in Level 12
|Aristeidis Moschonas||640,000||84,600 |
|Alex Outhred||560,000||109,700 |
|Ramon Colillas||440,000||45,000 |
|Antoine Labat||395,000||72,000 |
|Georgios Sotiropoulos||290,000||9,900 |
|Goran Mandic||235,000||234,999 |
|Andy Black||100,000||13,400 |
|Robert Mather||90,000||-74,100 |
|Nathan Zimnik||60,000||-24,300 |
Thursday, November 11, 2021 1:46 PM Local Time
Chip Counts at the Break
Players have now returned from the extended color-up break and Level 12 is under way.
|Scott Davies||666,000||0 |
|Eric Mizrachi||220,000||0 |
|Lukas Robinson||209,000||0 |
|Erind "Froste" Puka||178,000||0 |
|Nicholas Zautra||79,400||0 |0
Thursday, November 11, 2021 1:46 PM Local Time
Level 12 started
Thursday, November 11, 2021 12:58 PM Local Time
Goldman Leaves Reskallah Short
As recalled by Will Givens, Isaiah Goldman opened in the cutoff and was called by Givens in the small blind and Aladin Reskallah in the big blind. Only Reskallah check-called bets by Goldman worth 8,000 on the flop, 20,000 on the turn and 50,000 on the river.
Goldman tabled for aces full of queens and Reskallah flashed for an inferior full house to be left with a short stack.
|Pedro Oliveira||350,000||116,900 |
|Isaiah Goldman||300,000||62,900 |
|Will Givens||140,000||-35,000 |
|Aladin Reskallah||44,000||-36,000 |
|Paulo Joanello||0||-146,400 |
Thursday, November 11, 2021 12:57 PM Local Time
Lacaze Four-Bet Shoves
Mickael Lacaze opened to 5,000 from early position and was called by the player directly behind him. The action then folded to Meikat Siu in the cutoff, who squeezed to 25,000. It was then folded back to Lacaze, who went all in for well over 300,000. Both his opponents folded and Lacaze collected the pot.
|Mickael Lacaze||380,000||284,100 |
|Meikat Siu||115,000||-20,000 |
Thursday, November 11, 2021 12:56 PM Local Time
Lyons Wants to Play
Saya Ono opened to 5,500 in early position and the hijack and cutoff called. Niall Farrell then raised to 33,500 in the small blind.
"I'm not supposed to do this but I love funny situations like this," Pat Lyons said as he called in the big blind.
Ono then jammed in her stack, prompting everyone else to fold their hands, including Lyons who showed .
"You had to mess it up," Lyons jokingly said to Farrell who had three-bet. Farrell mentioned he laid down nines and had Lyons crushed, but in this case, Ono took down the sizeable pot without a sweat to add to her stack.
|Saya Ono||290,000||72,900 |
|Pat Lyons||120,000||-45,400 |
|Niall Farrell||110,000||-10,300 |
Thursday, November 11, 2021 12:55 PM Local Time
Calderaro Wins One Off Ho
Maria Ho was in middle position and saw a flop against James Calderaro in the big blind.
The was exposed before the flop came down and both players checked after joking that they needed the ace.
Calderaro led out with a bet of 9,000 on the turn and Ho folded, prompting Calderaro to show .
"I told you I needed the ace!" Calderaro told Ho.
|James Calderaro||480,000||5,000 |
|Maria Ho||175,000||-45,000 |0
Thursday, November 11, 2021 12:54 PM Local Time
Pignatelli Busts Weinstein
Tzur Levy was busy stacking chips after knocking out Ismael Bojang and the next all-in showdown unfolded right after on the same table when Ryan Pignatelli raised and snap-called the shove of David Weinstein.
Weinstein got there on the flop and remained ahead on the turn. However, the fell on the river to knock out Weinstein.
|Tzur Levy||350,000||203,500 |
|Ryan Pignatelli||145,000||102,500 |
|David Weinstein||0||-61,800 |
|Ismael Bojang||0||-68,000 |