Sunday, June 26, 2022 6:31 PM Local Time
Team McEwen Leave Opponent on Fumes
The cutoff raised to 1,100 and Preston McEwen of Team McEwen defended his big blind.
The dealer fanned a flop of and McEwen check-raised the continuation bet of 1,100 to 3,000 and his opponent called.
The hit the turn and McEwen continued, firing a bet of 5,000 and was quickly called.
The landed on the river and McEwen dropped two chips across the line for a bet of 10,000. His opponent who had 3,800 left pushed his cards into the muck and the dealer pushed the pot to McEwen.
|Preston McEwen - Johnny Masters||34,500|
Sunday, June 26, 2022 6:19 PM Local Time
Team Wang Cracks Aces and Gets Paid
With about 30,000 chips in the middle, the completed board read and Yingee Yan of Team Wang jammed her stack of about 34,000 in the middle.
The button was the only opponent in the hand and went into the tank for about two minutes. Eventually, the button put some chips across the line to call off his stack of about 27,000 and saw the bad news as Yan tabled for a full house and his was tabled before he left the tournament.
|Ying Wang - Yingee Yan||91,000||91,000 |
|Juliet Hegedus - Lily Kiletto||10,000||10,000 |
Sunday, June 26, 2022 5:56 PM Local Time
Team Spragg Wins One with King-High
Marle Spragg of Team Spragg raised to 1,100 in middle position and the hijack made the call.
Both players checked down on the board of and Spragg tabled and her opponent pushed his cards into the muck.
|Marle Spragg - Gary Cordeiro||15,500|
Sunday, June 26, 2022 5:48 PM Local Time
Some Current Counts and Busts
|Brad Knipping - Dave Knipping||73,000||25,000 |
|Brad Owen - Andrew Neeme||52,000||-5,000 |
|Mike Ruter - Samy Dighlawi||50,000||19,700 |
|Jason Koon - James Brady||42,000||30,000 |
|Erik Seidel - Maria Konnikova||36,000||8,900 |
|Michael Marder - Catherine Dever||25,400|
|Justin Garcia - Grace Lim||15,900||3,500 |
|Melanie Weisner - Dylan Wilkerson||13,700||-23,300 |
|Jim Hyman - Steve Hettleman||7,000||-14,800 |
|Ethan 'Rampage' Yau - Kiran 'Close2Broke' Raina||0|
Sunday, June 26, 2022 5:38 PM Local Time
Team Curtis Clashes with Team Brandt
On a multi-way flop of , Connor Curtis of Team Curtis bet 1,200 and found one caller in Catherine Brandt of Team Brandt.
The turn was the and the action went check-check.
Then on the river, Curtis bet 3,500 and Brandt went into the tank for a moment before making the call and tabled for trip aces. But then Curtis flipped over to out-kick her and won the pot.
|Connor Curtis - Johnathan x||35,000|
|Catherine Brandt- Ryan Laplante||12,000||12,000 |
Sunday, June 26, 2022 5:30 PM Local Time
Team Ho on the Right Side of a Cooler
A player in middle position raised to 1,000 before the hijack three-bet. Nemo Zhou was in the big blind and thought about it for a few moments before jamming for about 15,000. The original raiser snap-mucked and the three-bettor made the call for about 13,000.
It was a preflop cooler and Zhou's opponent couldn't catch up as the board ran out .
|Maria Ho - Nemo Zhou||27,600||13,800 |
Sunday, June 26, 2022 4:58 PM Local Time
Aces Hold for Team Owen
A player raised to 2,000 in middle position and the action folded to Andrew Neeme of Team Owen who put in a three-bet to 4,500. The original raiser thought it over for about 15 seconds and ripped his stack of about 20,000 in the middle. Neeme snap called and both hands were tabled.
Neeme had his opponent dominated with his pocket aces and the board ran out .
|Brad Owen - Andrew Neeme||57,000|
Sunday, June 26, 2022 4:47 PM Local Time
Team Knipping's River Bet Takes it
On the turn of , there were five players in the pot and the action checked to a player in middle position as he put out a bet of 1,700. Only Brad Knipping of Team Knipping made the call in the small blind.
The completed the board and Knipping took the lead, putting a bet of 3,200 in front of him. His opponent instantly mucked as the dealer pushed the pot to Knipping.
|Brad Knipping - Dave Knipping||48,000||27,400 |
Sunday, June 26, 2022 4:41 PM Local Time
Updated Chip Counts
|K.L Cleeton - Veronica Brill||33,500||14,600 |
|Maria Ho - Nemo Zhou||13,800||13,800 |
|Justin Garcia - Grace Lim||12,400||6,300 |
|David Peters - Haylee Hanah||7,700||-5,500 |
|Haven Werner - Thomas Taylor||7,600||-11,400 |
|Lisa Pickell - Dano Arluison||0||-4,400 |
Sunday, June 26, 2022 4:37 PM Local Time
Team Polychronopoulos Tanks Three Minutes; Makes Right Decision
A player limped in early position before Athanasios Polychronopoulos of Team Polychronopoulos raised to 1,500 in the hijack. The button, big blind and limper all made the call.
The flop came and the big blind jammed quickly. The original limper asked for a count and after hearing it was 11,200 he tossed his cards into the muck. Polychronopoulos went deep into the tank for about three minutes before making the call for 11,100. The button snap-folded and both hands were tabled.
The big blind had flopped a pair of nines but was behind Polychronopoulos' pair of queens. The hit the turn and the landed on the river for Polychronopoulos to double and leave his opponent just with 100 in chips.
|Athanasios Polychronopoulos - Jake Schwartz||30,300|
Sunday, June 26, 2022 4:30 PM Local Time
|Johnnie Moreno-Edgar Martinez||47,000||47,000 |
|Alex Outhred- Katie Perello||22,500||22,500 |
|Ian Steinman- Justin Steinman||21,000||21,000 |
|Salah Levy- Eric Mizrachi||20,000||20,000 |
Sunday, June 26, 2022 3:57 PM Local Time
Team Maxie Make Tough Call
On a completed board of , Aubrey Maxie was faced with a pot-sized bet of 10,000 and went deep into the tank before tossing in a call.
His opponent announced queen-high before Maxie tabled for two pair and took down the pot.
|Aubrey Maxie - Erica Maxie||53,000|
Sunday, June 26, 2022 3:56 PM Local Time
Team Hendee Takes it Down
After a raise preflop, Paul Hendee of team Hendee was heads up against his opponent on the button on a flop. Hendee checked, then called a bet of 1,000.
On the turn , Hendee checked to his opponent, who bet again, this time for 2,100. Hendee then check-raised to 7,000, which produced an eventual fold from his adversary.
"Show the bluff!" Someone yelled, and Hendee then slapped over for a whopping 9- high.
"Don't try to raise me with garbage, buddy boy!" Hendee announced as he scooped in the pot- a nice present for the birthday boy.
|Paul Hendee- Paul Mattioda||34,400||34,400 |
Sunday, June 26, 2022 3:46 PM Local Time
Team Seidel Take One Down
Maria Konnikova of Team Seidel was seen with all of her chips across the line on the completed board of . There were roughly 17,000 chips in the pot and Konnikova's shove was for about 10,500. Her opponent gave it some thought and mucked his hand, sending a pot to Team Seidel.
|Erik Seidel - Maria Konnikova||27,100||27,100 |
Sunday, June 26, 2022 3:29 PM Local Time
Current Chip Counts
|Melanie Weisner - Dylan Wilkerson||37,000||37,000 |
|Linda McCabe - Christian Soto||35,000||6,500 |
|Mike Ruter - Samy Dighlawi||30,300||7,100 |
|Chris Fitzjarrald - Brian Hamel||25,000||1,900 |
|Brad Knipping - Dave Knipping||20,600||600 |
|Jerod Smith - Melissa Bryne||20,000|
|Haven Werner - Thomas Taylor||19,000||19,000 |
|K.L Cleeton - Veronica Brill||18,900||-1,100 |
|Chad Holloway - Yori Epskamp||14,300||-1,500 |
|David Peters - Haylee Hanah||13,200||13,200 |
|Jason Koon - James Brady||12,000||12,000 |
|Maurice Hawkins - Jeffrey Silverstein||9,000||-3,800 |
|Justin Garcia - Grace Lim||6,100||-13,900 |
Sunday, June 26, 2022 3:14 PM Local Time
Team Bogdan Binks River
PokerNews came up on the action when Trina Newberry of Team Newberry three-bet to 9,700 after a previous raise. Monteano Bogdan in late position then four-bet all in for 13,800, which put the button player in a tough spot. He had 2,800 already committed but he eventually let it go and Newberry called the all-in, which put Bogdan at risk.
Although Newberry was a huge favorite, the runout of gave Bogdan a straight, awarding him the pot for a big double.
|Monteanu Bogdan-Marculescu Virgil||29,000||29,000 |
|Trina Newberry-Jesse Ayalla||19,000||19,000 |
Sunday, June 26, 2022 3:01 PM Local Time
Team Baryames Leaves Team Pickell Short
Lisa Pickell of Team Pickell raised to 500 in early position and Chuck Baryames of Team Baryames called in the cutoff.
The dealer fanned a flop of and Pickell check-called a bet of 400 from Baryames.
The hit the turn and Pickell check-called another bet, this time the bet was 1,100.
When the hit the river Pickell checked for the third time and Baryames fired a bet of 3,400.
"You hit the ace didn't you!" Pickell said before making the call.
Baraymes tabled for two pair and Pickell mucked her hand as she said with a smile on her face, "I knew my pocket tens were good until the river."
|Chuck Baryames - Jonathan Tieszen||34,000|
|Lisa Pickell - Dano Arluison||4,400|
Sunday, June 26, 2022 2:45 PM Local Time
Team McCabe Looking for First Bracelet
Linda McCabe from Seattle, WA of Team McCabe has started to spin up her stack. McCabe has partnered up with Solve for Y's Christian Soto and they are looking to capture their first World Series of Poker gold bracelets together.
|Linda McCabe - Christian Soto||28,500||8,500 |
Sunday, June 26, 2022 2:33 PM Local Time
Team Hyman Flops a Set
Three players saw a flop of , creating a pot of 1,400. The big blind and the player in middle position checked to Jim Hyman of Team Hyman and he put out a bet of 600. The big blind check raised to 1,600 and only Hyman called.
The hit the turn and the big blind continued for 2,100 and was met with a quick call from Hyman.
The hit the river and both players checked. Hyman instantly opened for a set of twos on the flop and his opponent mucked her hand.
|Linda McCabe - Christian Soto||30,000||1,200 |
|Mike Ruter - Samy Dighlawi||23,200||3,200 |
|Jim Hyman - Steve Hettleman||21,800|
|Chad Holloway - Yori Epskamp||15,800|
Sunday, June 26, 2022 2:31 PM Local Time
Team Garcia Gets There on River
On a flop of , Richard Hallum of team Garcia led out for 1,500 and got one caller from Doug Friedman of Team Friedman, under the gun.
The turn came the , and this time Hallum checked and Friedman bet 3,000, which Hallum called.
But on the river , Hallum moved all in for 12,000, much to the disgust of Friedman.
"Wow what a s**t river, what a s***ty s***ty river," he groaned as he folded for a flopped two pair. Hallum then showed him he made the right laydown when he tabled .
Friedman, who usually relies greatly on his good looks to intimidate opponents, vowed to make the "sickest comeback ever" and made a good start to that by doubling up the following hand.