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Thursday, November 11, 2021 12:51 PM Local Time
More Chips from Pavillion
|Nicholas Rigby||829,000||451,000 |
|Farhad Jamasi||750,000||115,000 |
|David Mock||685,000||5,300 |
|Rameez Shahid||651,000||-80,700 |
|Damien Steel||626,000||-23,000 |
|Raul Martinez||561,000||-67,100 |
|Gianluca Speranza||476,000||33,500 |
|Kevin Gerhart||345,000||106,100 |
|Ole Schemion||212,000||115,000 |
|Fatima Nanji||208,000||-22,000 |
|Antoine Sankari||158,000||-15,300 |
Thursday, November 11, 2021 12:45 PM Local Time
Turnquest Gets Through With a Shove
In a battle of the blinds the flop showed and Mauricio Solano check-called a bet worth 25,100 by Chase Turnquest which then led them to the on the turn. Solano checked the stack of his opponent carefully and then checked. Turnquest jammed for 98,200 and Solano asked for a count before reluctantly folding.
"Do you want to see it?" Turnquest asked and Solano nodded. He was shown the for the top pair and then mentioned in table chat "I had a straight and flush draw. Let me put it this way, I needed the ace of spades for a royal flush."
|Mauricio Solano||210,000||-33,500 |
|Chase Turnquest||180,000||11,800 |
Thursday, November 11, 2021 12:44 PM Local Time
Funaro Shows the Bluff
With about 110,000 in the pot and a board of , a player in the hijack checked and Frank Funaro bet 51,000. The hijack player thought about it and called.
The completed the board and the hijack appeared motionless for a minute before checking. Funaro bet 80,000 and the hijack had another decision. Eventually, he laid down his hand.
"Let's go boys!" Funaro exclaimed as he slammed down the and dragged in the pot.
|Frank Funaro||350,000||166,100 |
Thursday, November 11, 2021 12:43 PM Local Time
Big Stacks From Amazon Gold
|Shane Raikes||685,000||301,100 |
|Adam Walton||680,300||7,200 |
|Arkadi Onikoul||643,200||127,500 |
|Benjamin Mccoy||535,000||95,900 |
|Qui Nguyen||485,500||6,400 |
|Jeremy Pekarek||421,000||255,100 |0
Thursday, November 11, 2021 12:40 PM Local Time
More Betting Units at a Glance
|Ehsan Amiri||615,000||0 |
|Joel Worcester||580,000||265,400 |
|James Calderaro||475,000||131,900 |
|Roberto Romanello||280,000||280,000 |
|Rumen Nanev||240,000||26,200 |
|Florian Fuchs||240,000||50,000 |
|Marle Spragg||235,000||-5,000 |
|Maria Ho||220,000||25,000 |
|Jean-Luc Adam||200,000||-68,400 |
|Mike Matusow||155,000||-5,000 |
|Igor Yaroshevskyy||150,000||27,100 |
|Daniel Zack||130,000||-10,000 |
|Osman Ihlamur||125,000||-6,600 |
|Justin Young||120,000||13,000 |
|Ardit Kurshumi||120,000||-100,300 |
|Chris Conrad||115,000||25,000 |
|Jimmy D'Ambrosio||80,000||17,000 |
|Denise Pratt||60,000||-15,700 |
|Shane Pacheco||0||-87,100 |
Thursday, November 11, 2021 12:40 PM Local Time
Checking in on Social Media
|Keyu Qu||850,000||185,100 |
|Pierre Deissler||75,000||53,400 |
Thursday, November 11, 2021 12:38 PM Local Time
Livingston (Semi)bluffs Lewis
Alex Livingston opened to 5,500 from early position and was three-bet to 13,800 by Romain Lewis in the cutoff. Action folded back to Livingston, who called.
Both players checked on the flop and Livingston led out for 16,000 on the turn. Lewis folded after a bit of thought and Livingston tabled as he dragged the pot.
"I was ready to go with it," Livingston said.
|Alex Livingston||460,000||0 |
|Romain Lewis||90,000||11,500 |
Thursday, November 11, 2021 12:37 PM Local Time
Assorted Updates from Around the Pavilion Room
|Jason Koon||406,000||44,800 |
|David Lappin||308,500||-6,500 |
|Stephen Chidwick||296,500||300 |
|Yueqi Zhu||215,000||-5,000 |
|Ronnie Bardah||200,400||-88,400 |
|Don Nguyen||156,300||55,700 |
|Cliff Josephy||133,500||-4,900 |
|Yuval Bronshtein||92,000||-24,600 |
|Stephen Moreschi||77,900||-7,600 |
|Thomas Chapman||66,000||-36,000 |
|Niklas Astedt||62,000||-10,000 |
Thursday, November 11, 2021 12:35 PM Local Time
Matusow Leaves Decision to Coin Flip
Jimmy D'Ambrosio and Mike Matusow told PokerNews about a hand they were involved in which began with a third player opening to 5,400 and Matusow flat-calling as the player next to act. D'Ambrosio then three-bet shoved a stack of 51,000 and the action folded to Matusow.
"My gut told me to call," said Matusow.
Ultimately, Matusow left the decision up to the coin flip by another player at the table. After the toss, Matusow folded ace-queen face-up and D'Ambrosio did not reveal his holding.
"I would've been happy with either a call or a fold," D'Ambrosio said.
|Mike Matusow||160,000||0 |
|Jimmy D'Ambrosio||63,000||0 |0
Thursday, November 11, 2021 12:34 PM Local Time
Assorted Counts in Amazon Purple
|Faraz Jaka||510,000||206,000 |
|Stephen Song||420,000||-120,300 |
|JJ Liu||341,000||48,800 |
|Chris Moorman||324,000||64,300 |
|Peter Jetten||280,000||-13,000 |
|Robert Kuhn||263,000||33,600 |
|Aditya Agarwal||160,000||-57,000 |
|Erick Lindgren||150,000||-13,100 |
|Natalie Hof||145,000||22,200 |
|Andy Frankenberger||105,000||12,000 |
|Kilian Kramer||72,500||-16,700 |
|Jerry Yang||71,000||13,500 |
|Johnnie Moreno||68,800||400 |
|Chris Hunichen||0||-56,000 |
Thursday, November 11, 2021 12:33 PM Local Time
Hendrix and Ernst Chop One Up
Matthew Ernst raised to 5,500 in early position and Adam Hendrix three-bet to 19,500 on the button. The blinds folded and Ernst called to see a flop of . Ernst checked to Hendrix who bet 10,000 and Ernst check-raised to 32,000. Hendrix ripped all in for a little over 70,000 and Ernst quickly called.
Hendrix showed for two pair and Ernst flipped over for the same hand. The on the turn ensured they would chop the pot as the completed the board.
|Matthew Ernst||352,000||-36,200 |
|Adam Hendrix||101,500||700 |
Thursday, November 11, 2021 12:29 PM Local Time
WSOP Main Event Breaking Order
Thursday, November 11, 2021 12:29 PM Local Time
"I'm Just Clicking Buttons and Having a Great Time"
Liv Boeree comes out of retirement to play the Main Event and says, "I'm playing better (now) than before I quit." Enjoy this really awkward interview with her and Tiffany Michelle. (Get a room, ladies!)
Thursday, November 11, 2021 12:27 PM Local Time
Chip Counts in Pavillion Black
|David Coleman||549,000||-64,500 |
|Mustapha Kanit||445,000||-28,300 |
|Chance Kornuth||318,000||5,800 |
|Randy Ohel||273,900||47,900 |
|David Pham||245,500||36,700 |
|Yueqi Zhu||220,000||-72,800 |
|Bertrand "ElkY" Grospellier||198,100||198,100 |
|Matt Waxman||185,500||-11,300 |
|Marco Johnson||171,800||35,400 |
|Bart Lybaert||145,500||-10,400 |
|Yevgeniy Timoshenko||115,600||-63,400 |
|Kenneth Cleeton||97,000||4,800 |
|Justin Bonomo||91,000||-145,200 |
|Anthony Spinella||48,300||-17,800 |
|Griffin Benger||26,500||-48,400 |0
Thursday, November 11, 2021 12:23 PM Local Time
Randall Doubles With Boat Over Boat
Hyung Sun Jung bet 14,500 with the board reading and about 18,000 in the middle. Robert Randall was in the tank.
"No way I get away from this," said Randall. "I'm all in."
Randall's stack was counted out to 64,600 total and it was Sun Jung now in the tank.
"Pocket sevens?" asked Sun Jung.
Sun Jung made the call with his for sixes full of threes but Randall revealed for jacks full to win the pot.
|Hyung Sun Jung||166,200||-68,200 |
|Robert Randall||135,200||33,500 |
Thursday, November 11, 2021 12:17 PM Local Time
Amazon Tan Counts
|Benjamin Armstrong||450,000||-10,000 |
|Alex Livingston||440,000||-2,700 |
|Victor Ramdin||420,000||-17,400 |
|Ramon Colillas||395,000||185,000 |
|Aneris Adomkevicius||280,000||64,900 |
|Dennis Phillips||200,000||5,300 |
|Curtis Phelps||170,000||45,000 |
|Meikat Siu||135,000||49,700 |
|Michael Noori||130,000||33,500 |
|Kao "Flexx" Saechao||98,000||98,000 |
|Tony Hartmann||75,000||5,100 |
Thursday, November 11, 2021 12:11 PM Local Time
Westover Calls Kasputis
With over 20,000 in the pot and on the board, Keegan Westover checked from early position. James Kasputis bet 25,000 and Westover called.
The river was and Westover checked again. Kasputis fired 75,000. Westover went into the tank for several minutes before he cut out 75,000 and tossed them in the middle.
Kasputis turned over for three sevens and Westover tossed the losing hand in the muck.
Kasputis and Westover are joined at their table by Bill Fagerbakke, better known to many poker fans as "Dauber" from the 1990's sitcom Coach and the voice of "Patrick" from Spongebob Squarepants.
Fagerbakke says he is bringing the "starting stack energy" for the rest of Day 3.
|James Kasputis||346,300||77,200 |
|William Fagerbakke||61,900||-43,600 |
|Keegan Westover||58,500||-106,200 |
Thursday, November 11, 2021 12:09 PM Local Time
Chip Update In Amazon Orange
|Matt Affleck||405,000||900 |
|Daniel Fuhs||400,000||-60,000 |
|Ben Yu||330,000||25,200 |
|Billy Baxter||270,000||155,000 |
|Ted Forrest||260,000||0 |
|Marle Spragg||240,000||-5,000 |
|Joni Jouhkimainen||210,000||5,000 |
|Maria Ho||195,000||-4,000 |
|Jesse Lonis||175,000||-6,900 |
|Mike Matusow||167,000||35,300 |
|Daniel Zack||140,000||25,500 |
|Jimmy D'Ambrosio||105,000||21,700 |
|Chris Conrad||90,000||25,000 |
|Michael Wang||50,000||-55,000 |
Thursday, November 11, 2021 12:07 PM Local Time
Trip Queens for Boeree
A player in middle position opened to 5,500 and Liv Boeree three-bet to 14,000 in the cutoff. Her opponent called.
The flop came and Boeree's opponent check-called a 12,000 bet.
Both players checked the turn, and on the river, Boeree faced a 16,000 lead from her opponent. She thought about her options briefly before calling.
Boeree showed which easily beat the missed flush draw of her opponent and she took down the pot.
|Liv Boeree||330,000||40,500 |0
Thursday, November 11, 2021 12:05 PM Local Time
Updated Counts Across the Amazon Room
|Nick Petrangelo||650,000||70,000 |
|Robert Mizrachi||475,000||163,700 |
|Russell Thomas||395,000||-74,400 |
|Yehoram Houri||310,000||54,800 |
|Ted Forrest||260,000||-38,100 |
|Ran Shahar||240,000||65,600 |
|David Tuchman||230,000||36,400 |
|Jonas Lauck||210,000||68,500 |
|Joni Jouhkimainen||205,000||14,000 |
|Daniel Smiljkovic||195,000||-6,300 |
|Will Givens||175,000||45,000 |
|Billy Baxter||115,000||-75,300 |
|Garry Gates||110,000||16,900 |
|Josip Simunic||110,000||-43,100 |
|Joseph Hebert||0||-31,600 |