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2024 55th Annual World Series of Poker The Official WSOP Live Updates

Tuesday, June 04, 2024 to Tuesday, June 04, 2024

Event #14: $1,000 Super Turbo Bounty No-Limit Hold'em Freezeout

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  • Buy-in: $1,000
  • Prizepool: $2,322,320
  • Entries: 2,639
  • Remaining: 0

EVENT UPDATES

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Wednesday, June 5, 2024 12:49 AM Local Time (about 46 days and 3 hours ago)
Jonas Laid Eliminated in 11th Place ($14,846)

Jonas Laid

Jonas Laid went all in on the button and was called by Jesse Yaginuma in the small blind. The big blind folded.

Jesse Yaginuma:   
Jonas Laid:   

The flop was in favor of Laid, as it rolled out    , but Yaginuma's flush draw arrived with the   and the   bricked out.

Just One Hand Later:

Gary Leibovitz went all in, middle position, and was called by Laid, who was on his left. The blinds folded, and they were heads up.

Jonas Laid:    [allin]
Gary Leibovitz:   

The board rolled out       and left Laid out of the unofficial final ten, all of which are on their way to the Horseshoe Event Center to play down to a winner.

Jesse Yaginuma4,850,0002,350,000
Gary Leibovitz2,575,000-775,000
Jonas Laid0-3,425,000
Wednesday, June 5, 2024 12:31 AM Local Time (about 46 days and 3 hours ago)
Level 34 started
Level: 34
Blinds: 200,000/400,000
Ante: 400,000
Wednesday, June 5, 2024 12:31 AM Local Time (about 46 days and 3 hours ago)
Break

The final 11 players are going on another 20 minute break.

Ron Schindelheim11,500,0000
Nevan Chang10,125,000125,000
Thibault Perissat6,225,0001,725,000
Cole Griffith5,625,000-875,000
Dinesh Alt3,625,000625,000
Jonas Laid3,425,000-775,000
Gary Leibovitz3,350,000-750,000
Hrair Yapoudjian2,725,000-75,000
Anthony Monin2,625,000-1,325,000
Jesse Yaginuma2,500,000-350,000
Sam Porta500,000-100,000
Wednesday, June 5, 2024 12:31 AM Local Time (about 46 days and 3 hours ago)
Steve Austin Eliminated in 12th Place ($11,796)

Steve Austin shoved from under the gun for 2,675,000. It folded back to Ron Schindelheim who peeled his cards before snap-calling.

Steve Austin:    [allin]
Ron Schindelheim:   

"Guess I need to hit an ace," said Austin. "Or a couple of nines."

However, he received no help on the       board and was eliminated.

Ron Schindelheim11,500,0005,900,000
Steve Austin0-3,250,000
Wednesday, June 5, 2024 12:26 AM Local Time (about 46 days and 3 hours ago)
Al Shonesky Eliminated In 13th Place ($11,796)

Al Shonesky

Sam Porta was forced all in from the big blind for his last 150,000, and Al Shonesky raised all in for 1,600,000. It folded to Nevan Chang in the cutoff, who made the call. Action folded around and the cards were on their back, with Shonesky and Porta at risk.

Sam Porta:    [allin]
Al Shonesky:    [allin]
Nevan Chang:   

Shonesky was poised for the double up until the     flop and now needed help to stay in the tournament.

The turn was the   to give Shonesky extra outs with a 10 for a straight, but the river was the  , eliminating Shonesky in 13th place, and giving Chang the side pot with a pair of sevens.

Sam Porta was able to win the main pot and triple up, with a pair of eights.

Nevan Chang10,000,0001,400,000
Sam Porta600,000450,000
Al Shonesky0-1,140,000
Playtika - Jason Alexander
Wednesday, June 5, 2024 12:10 AM Local Time (about 46 days and 3 hours ago)
Chang Doubles Through Alt Blind on Blind

Dinesh Alt shoved from the small blind, with Nevan Chang sitting in the big blind with 4,295,000 behind. Chang openly peeled his cards with Alt next to him. His face lit up at the first, and announced call after seeing what the second card was.

Nevan Chang:    [allin]
Dinesh Alt:   

The pocket pair held on the       runout and Chang doubled into the chip lead.

Nevan Chang8,600,0004,750,000
Dinesh Alt3,000,000-4,675,000
Wednesday, June 5, 2024 12:08 AM Local Time (about 46 days and 3 hours ago)
Perissat Doubles Through Porta

Sam Porta shoved from the cutoff for around 2,200,000 and was called by Thibault Perissat who was all in for 2,070,000.

Thibault Perissat:    [allin]
Sam Porta:   

There was a ten on the flop, but no more help as the board came       and Porta was left incredibly short.

Thibault Perissat4,500,000495,000
Sam Porta150,000-1,850,000
Wednesday, June 5, 2024 12:07 AM Local Time (about 46 days and 3 hours ago)
Alt Gets Value With Quads on Board

Dinesh Alt raised in middle position to 500,000 which folded to the big blind Sam Porta, who made the call.

The flop came    , and Porta lead out for 500,000 which was called by Alt.

On the turn was the  , and Porta bet out 1,000,000 this time, which was again called.

The river brought the   brining quads on the board, and Porta checked it over to Alt, who bet 1,000,000.

After sitting in the tank for several minutes, Porta had the clock called on him by another player at the table. As soon as the floor came over, Porta announced call, and was shown    from Alt, which Porta then instantly threw his cards in the muck.

Dinesh Alt7,675,0006,375,000
Sam Porta2,000,000-3,500,000
Tuesday, June 4, 2024 11:58 PM Local Time (about 46 days and 3 hours ago)
Josh Arieh Eliminated in 14th Place ($9,466)

Josh Arieh

Ron Schindelheim opened to 600,000 from the hijack and Josh Arieh three-bet all in for 2,170,000 from the button. The blinds folded and Schindelheim called.

Josh Arieh:    [allin]
Ron Schindelheim:   

The eights were in the lead after the     flop and the   turn, but the   came on the river to send the six-time champion to the rail in 14th place.

Ron Schindelheim5,600,0001,155,000
Josh Arieh0-2,000,000
Tuesday, June 4, 2024 11:53 PM Local Time (about 46 days and 4 hours ago)
Life Outside Poker: How Tony G Made His Millions
Tony G
Tony G

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Playtika - Jason Alexander
Tuesday, June 4, 2024 11:52 PM Local Time (about 46 days and 4 hours ago)
Level 33 started
Level: 33
Blinds: 150,000/300,000
Ante: 300,000
Tuesday, June 4, 2024 11:52 PM Local Time (about 46 days and 4 hours ago)
"Joshua...", Arieh is Disappointed in Himself

Josh Arieh

Ron Schindelheim raised in early position to 500,000 and Josh Arieh made the call in late position before Gary Leibovitz went all in for about 2,500,000.

Schindelheim folded and when it got back to Arieh he said, "Fuck, I should have shoved..." Arieh then said, annoyed at himself, "Joshua..." before he firmly put a call in.

Gary Leibovitz:   
Josh Arieh:   

The board was no help to Arieh and his upward momentum was halted.

Ron Schindelheim4,445,0001,645,000
Gary Leibovitz4,100,0001,700,000
Josh Arieh2,000,000-1,300,000
Tuesday, June 4, 2024 11:48 PM Local Time (about 46 days and 4 hours ago)
Perissat Doubles Through Griffith

Cole Griffith raised in early position to 500,000 and it folded to the small blind Thibault Perissat who three bet all in for 1,815,000. Griffith asked for a count then made the call putting Perissat at risk.

Thibault Perissat:    [allin]
Cole Griffith:   

Perissat was dominated but after the     flop, it was not Griffith the one looking for help. The turn   and river   was clean for Perissat, who secured the double up.

Cole Griffith6,500,000-1,750,000
Thibault Perissat4,005,0001,855,000
Tuesday, June 4, 2024 11:41 PM Local Time (about 46 days and 4 hours ago)
Grant Oen Eliminated in 15th Place ($9,466)

Cole Griffith raised in middle position. Grant Oen three-bet all in from the big blind for just over two million. Griffith called.

Grant Oen:    [allin]
Cole Griffith:   

The flop brought a nine for Oen, but the       saw Griffith river top pair and Oen was eliminated. Griffith chipped up to 8,250,000.

Cole Griffith8,250,0003,730,000
Grant Oen0-2,200,000
Tuesday, June 4, 2024 11:39 PM Local Time (about 46 days and 4 hours ago)
Brian Doan Eliminated in 16th Place ($9,466)

Grant Oen opened and Brian Doan three-bet all in from the big blind. Oen called.

Brian Doan:    [allin]
Grant Oen:   

The board came       and Doan was eliminated.

Grant Oen2,200,00080,000
Brian Doan0-510,000
Playtika - Jason Alexander
Tuesday, June 4, 2024 11:37 PM Local Time (about 46 days and 4 hours ago)
Craig Gray Eliminated in 17th Place ($9,466)

Craig Gray moved all in from early position and was called in the big blind by Jonas Laid.

Craig Gray:    [allin]
Jonas Laid:   

Gray was ahead but when the board ran out      , it was Laid's pair of queens that was the winner, eliminating Gray in 17th place.

Jonas Laid4,200,0001,950,000
Craig Gray0-1,100,000
Tuesday, June 4, 2024 11:32 PM Local Time (about 46 days and 4 hours ago)
Filipp Khavin Eliminated in 18th Place ($7,761)

Filipp Khavin was all in and at risk against Cole Griffith.

Filipp Khavin:    [allin]
Cole Griffith:   

The board came       and Griffith sent his opponent to the rail.

Cole Griffith4,520,000835,000
Filipp Khavin0-1,775,000
Tuesday, June 4, 2024 11:31 PM Local Time (about 46 days and 4 hours ago)
Two Table Redraw
SeatTablePlayerCountryChip Count
1154Jonas LaidUnited States2,250,000
2154Hrair YapoudjianCanada2,800,000
3154Jesse YaginumaUnited States2,850,000
4154Ron SchindelheimUnited States2,800,000
5154Steve AustinUnited States3,250,000
6154Craig GrayUnited States1,100,000
7154Josh AriehUnited States3,300,000
8154Dinesh AltUnited States1,300,000
9154Gary LeibovitzUnited States2,400,000
     
1164Brian DoanUnited States510,000
2164Anthony MoninFrance3,950,000
3164Sam PortaUnited States5,500,000
4164Al ShoneskyUnited States1,140,000
5164Grant OenUnited States2,120,000
6164Thibault PerissatFrance2,150,000
7164Filipp KhavinUnited States1,925,000
8164Nevan ChangChina3,850,000
9164Cole GriffithUnited States2,650,000
Sam Porta5,500,000-165,000
Anthony Monin3,950,000775,000
Nevan Chang3,850,000-1,950,000
Josh Arieh3,300,0002,035,000
Steve Austin3,250,000230,000
Jesse Yaginuma2,850,0001,150,000
Hrair Yapoudjian2,800,000-1,400,000
Ron Schindelheim2,800,000-1,750,000
Cole Griffith2,650,000-1,035,000
Gary Leibovitz2,400,000-900,000
Jonas Laid2,250,000-1,570,000
Thibault Perissat2,150,000-300,000
Grant Oen2,120,0001,420,000
Filipp Khavin1,925,000150,000
Dinesh Alt1,300,000-770,000
Al Shonesky1,140,000-360,000
Craig Gray1,100,000-425,000
Brian Doan510,000-140,000
Tuesday, June 4, 2024 11:29 PM Local Time (about 46 days and 4 hours ago)
Marcus Laffen Eliminated in 19th Place ($7,671)

Marcus Laffen shoved from early position for his last 900,000. It folded around to Hrair Yapoudjian in the big blind who called.

Marcus Laffen:    [allin]
Hrair Yapoudjian:   

It didn't get better for Laffen as Yapoudjian flopped a set on the       and Laffen was dead on the turn, heading to the rail in 19th place as the players redrew for the last two tables.

Hrair Yapoudjian4,200,000375,000
Marcus Laffen0-640,000
Tuesday, June 4, 2024 11:26 PM Local Time (about 46 days and 4 hours ago)
Srinivasa Yarlagadda Eliminated in 20th Place ($7,671)

Srinivasa Yarlagadda had just lost a massive pot to Sam Porta when Porta's    held over Yarlagadda's   . This left Yarlagadda with only one big blind. He folded the next hand but would be in the big blind the next hand.

The Next Hand:

Hrair Yapoudjian raised in late position and it folded to Srinivasa Yarlagadda in the big blind, who was already all in.

Srinivasa Yarlagadda:    [allin]
Hrair Yadoudjian:   

Yarlagadda flopped a pair on     but the door was closed on him the the   rolled off and the   that came was inconsequential.

Sam Porta was also seen double up through Craig Gray at the same table when the prior's    held over Gray's   .

Sam Porta5,665,0002,365,000
Hrair Yapoudjian3,825,000825,000
Craig Gray1,525,000525,000
Srinivasa Yarlagadda0-3,725,000
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