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2012 43rd Annual World Series of Poker The Official WSOP Live Updates

Saturday, July 08, 2017 to Sunday, July 23, 2017

Event #73: $10,000 No-Limit Hold'em MAIN EVENT - World Championship

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  • Buy-in: $10,000
  • Prizepool: $67,877,400
  • Entries: 7,221
  • Remaining: 0


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Sunday, July 16, 2017 1:37 AM Local Time
Ruane, Hallaert on the Verge of Main Event History; Only 85 Return for Day 6

Michael Ruane

There's something about a back-to-back run to the World Series of Poker Main Event final table that is truly amazing. Maybe it's the big fields. Maybe it's the multi-day, grueling stretch to get there. Maybe it's the immense amount of skill along with the extreme amount of luck it takes to make it there. The last to do it was Mark Newhouse, who finished 9th in both 2013 and 2014.

As Day 6 of the Main Event approaches, we have a chance to see something truly amazing that hasn't been done in the modern day era of the Main Event. Michael Ruane (3,450,000) and Kenny Hallaert (4,370,000) could both return to the final table, just one year after their last appearance. With only 85 players remaining, both Ruane who finished 4th last year for $2,576,003 and Hallaert who finished 6th for $1,464,258 have a chance to do it again.

Ruane said that apart from making a few mistakes at the end of the night, it was an indescribable feeling to be running deep again. "It feels great. I'm just mad right now because I just messed up a few hands at the end of the night. But to be here again is super surreal. The energy you get in the Main Event is like no other tournament you could play. It's super exciting."

As the day began it seemed as if it might be the Red Wedding for former November Niners. Chino Rheem and Matt Giannetti dropped in the first level of the day, and they were quickly followed out the door by Tom Cannuli who fell before the dinner break. Hallaert also fell to a short stack early in the day, dropping from 4 million down to just 600,000, but he resurged and was able to finish with 4,370,000 chips, pulling in an average stack for Day 6. Along with Ruane and Hallaert, former November Niners Ben Lamb (2011) and Antoine Saout (2009) are returning for Day 6 as well. Saout, who bagged 8,260,000, also made a deep run last year, coming in 25th place.

"The field is different every year," Saout said about his competition this year. "But it's the Main Event and there's a lot of amateurs and some pros. I drew some good tables yesterday. But the deeper you go, the tougher it gets."

Cannuli and Rheem were only a small part of the cast of characters who did not make it through the day. Fan favorite Charlie Carrel made work of the feature table, chipping up to over 5 million chips, but at the end of the night, he ran kings into Alexander Gleenblatt's aces to be eliminated. Carrel, along with the likes of Max Pescatori, Vitaly Lunkin, Randy Lew, Sam Stein, Dominik Nitsche, Aaron Massey, and Davidi Kitai, did not make it through the day.

Another fan favorite to hit the rail today was Mickey Craft. Craft made quite the impression on the tournament over the last five days, and his last day was no exception. He had a rollercoaster of a day, running up his stack to over 4 million, then dropping down to 900,000, only to double back up. It was on his final hand that Craft called a raise from Ruane with seven-deuce offsuit, and flopped top pair against Ruane's overpair. Craft did not improve and he was eliminated from the tournament, but that wasn't the last that he was heard from. Less than an hour later Craft returned bearing shots of tequila for his former tablemates.

"I just want to say thank you to everyone for everything," Craft said. "I just wanted to make a little fun of poker. Whether you go out with king-queen or seven-deuce, it's all for fun. I just wanted to make a little light of these guys day and to say thank you."

"I was just thinking that this would just be like some twisted Divine Comedy situation where this guy's destined to hit a two on me," Ruane said about Craft's bust out. "I mean you just play the game, but this guy is obviously the most crazy fun dude in the tournament and he's getting a lot of attention and he's just all in with seven-two off. And I'm like all in essentially and it's like, 'Oh my God, this is like written in the stars that this guy is going to hit a two. I'm sure ESPN would love it … And I'm standing there like, this moment just can't be real, like this is not happening."

Also falling today were the last of the ladies in the Main Event. The day started with Kathy Liebert falling at the feature table. She was followed by Juicy Li, Tracy Nguyen, and Jessica Ngu until Yuan-Yuan Li was the last woman standing. Ironically, Li ran into the queens of Wesley Pantling while holding two tens, and she did not improve. Li's 105th place finish earned her $53,247.

Robin Hegele
Chip Leader Robin Hegele

Coming back Sunday as the king of the hill is Robin Hegele. He finished the night with 9,990,000 chips, just under the 10-million-chip mark. Hegele had a beast of a day, starting off quick holding pocket aces against ace-king. From there he moved up and down the chip counts, eventually finishing the night as the chip leader. Trailing close on Hegel's heels is Max Silver (8,665,000), who earned his first World Series of Poker bracelet earlier this year and ran deep in the Main Event last year as well, finishing 33rd.

"I'm surprised that I'm the chip leader," Hegel said. "I did not expect that. Right now I'm super happy playing poker. It's like 'What is the chip lead?' It's just a number. It's just a ranking on the leaderboard."

"The confidence is high in both my limit and no limit games," Silver said when asked about winning a bracelet earlier this year. "But no, I don't think it changes much. I'd like to finally win a bracelet in no-limit hold'em, so maybe this is the one. It was actually a really smooth day. The start was a bit rough when I was kind of short, but from there it was no pots over two million and a lot of medium pots and I chipped up, which was lucky, no stress."

Hegele, Ruane, Silver and Hallaert will join the rest of the remaining players at 11 a.m. PDT for Day 6 of Event #73: $10,000 No-Limit Hold'em Main Event. PokerNews will be here to cover it all, so make sure not to miss a thing as we continue to unfold the story of this year's Main Event.

RoomTableSeatPlayerCountryChip CountBig Blinds
Brasilia7031Joseph MichaelUnited States3,400,00043
Brasilia7032Neil PatelUnited States1,905,00024
Brasilia7033Sean GibsonUnited States5,595,00070
Brasilia7034Andrew OstapchenkoUnited States2,225,00028
Brasilia7035Kevin SongUnited States1,965,00025
Brasilia7036Yin LiuChina2,415,00030
Brasilia7037Michael RuaneUnited States3,450,00043
Brasilia7038Antoine SaoutFrance8,260,000103
Brasilia7041Marcel LuskeNetherlands2,290,00029
Brasilia7042Karen SarkisyanRussia8,270,000103
Brasilia7043Randy PisaneUnited States8,105,000101
Brasilia7044Alexander GreenblattUnited States3,865,00048
Brasilia7045Ihar SoikaBelarus2,630,00033
Brasilia7046Bryan PiccioliUnited States5,400,00068
Brasilia7047Martin FingerGermany890,00011
Brasilia7048David GuayCanada3,300,00041
Brasilia7049Matthias De MeulderBelgium3,825,00048
Brasilia7061Brandon MeyersUnited States3,905,00049
Brasilia7062Frank CrivelloUnited States8,500,000106
Brasilia7063Christian PhamUnited States2,800,00035
Brasilia7064Matt BondUnited States4,365,00055
Brasilia7065Jingwei ZhangChina2,575,00032
Brasilia7066Jae HwangUnited States2,380,00030
Brasilia7067Shawn DanielsUnited States4,325,00054
Brasilia7069Mario VojvodaCroatia655,0008
Brasilia7091Paul Vas NunesUnited Kingdom6,780,00085
Brasilia7092Florian LohnertGermany6,300,00079
Brasilia7093Max SilverUnited Kingdom8,665,000108
Brasilia7094Michael ZelmanUnited States1,785,00022
Brasilia7095Ben LambUnited States4,725,00059
Brasilia7096Benjamin PollakFrance5,690,00071
Brasilia7097Gregory GoldbergUnited States1,355,00017
Brasilia7098Ryan LengUnited States2,970,00037
Brasilia7099Hyon KimSouth Korea3,035,00038
Brasilia7101Justas VaiciulionisUnited States3,550,00044
Brasilia7102Richard RobinsonUnited States1,900,00024
Brasilia7103Jonas MackoffCanada1,590,00020
Brasilia7104Sebastien ComelFrance3,740,00047
Brasilia7105Kenny HallaertBelgium4,370,00055
Brasilia7107Jonathan DwekCanada1,910,00024
Brasilia7108Joshua MarvinUnited States4,635,00058
Brasilia7109Chris WallaceUnited States2,675,00033
Brasilia7192Valentin MessinaFrance4,995,00062
Brasilia7193Nick GuagentiUnited States3,045,00038
Brasilia7194Dario SammartinoItaly2,585,00032
Brasilia7195Robin HegeleGermany9,990,000125
Brasilia7196Arash GhaneianUnited States2,680,00034
Brasilia7197Alexandre ReardFrance6,100,00076
Brasilia7198Connor DrinanUnited States3,360,00042
Brasilia7199Pedro OliveiraPortugal3,135,00039
Brasilia7201Reed HenselUnited States6,355,00079
Brasilia7202Paul DhaliwalCanada2,165,00027
Brasilia7203Cosmin JoldisRomania6,965,00087
Brasilia7204John HespUnited Kingdom4,060,00051
Brasilia7205Zu ZhouUnited States7,345,00092
Brasilia7206Richard DubiniArgentina5,190,00065
Brasilia7207Ian JohnsUnited States1,085,00014
Brasilia7208Nicolas CardynFrance2,545,00032
Brasilia7209Kfir NahumUnited States5,385,00067
Brasilia7231Jake BazeleyUnited States2,805,00035
Brasilia7232Richard TuhrimUnited States3,830,00048
Brasilia7233Mike LinsterUnited States2,075,00026
Brasilia7234Jesus BlancoSpain6,835,00085
Brasilia7235Paul SenatUnited States2,260,00028
Brasilia7236Eric BermanUnited States1,130,00014
Brasilia7237Daniel OttUnited States8,320,000104
Brasilia7238Colin MoffattCanada5,195,00065
Brasilia7239Thissa DesilvaUnited Kingdom2,395,00030
Brasilia7241Scott StewartUnited States7,270,00091
Brasilia7243Robert SchulzGermany6,075,00076
Brasilia7244Kevin CalenzoUnited States1,080,00014
Brasilia7245Travis LutesUnited States4,575,00057
Brasilia7246Damian SalasArgentina8,400,000105
Brasilia7247Scott BlumsteinUnited States6,845,00086
Brasilia7248Daniel TurnerUnited States1,440,00018
Brasilia7249Michael SklenickaCzech Republic5,360,00067
Brasilia7251Artan DedushaUnited Kingdom4,330,00054
Brasilia7252Joshua HortonUnited States9,360,000117
Brasilia7253Renato Prado ValentimBrazil2,270,00028
Brasilia7254Wesley PantlingUnited States4,745,00059
Brasilia7255Richard GrykoUnited Kingdom5,835,00073
Brasilia7256Michael KrasienkoUnited States5,710,00071
Brasilia7257Jack SinclairUnited Kingdom2,225,00028
Brasilia7258Wen ZhouUnited States4,090,00051
Brasilia7259Joseph DipascaleUnited States7,450,00093
Sunday, July 16, 2017 1:13 AM Local Time
End-of-Day Chip Counts
Robin Hegele9,990,000190,000
Joshua Horton9,360,0000
Max Silver8,665,000465,000
Frank Crivello8,500,000200,000
Damian Salas8,400,000700,000
Dan Ott [Daniel Ott]8,320,000320,000
Karen Sarkisyan8,270,0001,020,000
Antoine Saout8,260,000300,000
Randy Pisane8,105,0001,405,000
Joseph Dipascale7,450,000450,000
Zu Zhou7,345,0003,645,000
Scott Stewart7,270,000220,000
Cosmin Joldis6,965,0001,065,000
Scott Blumstein6,845,000-555,000
Jesus Blanco6,835,0001,610,000
Paul Vas Nunes6,780,000-220,000
Reed Hensel6,355,0001,355,000
Florian Lohnert6,300,0000
Alexandre Reard6,100,000900,000
Robert Schulz6,075,000-425,000
Richard Gryko5,835,000-565,000
Michael Krasienko5,710,000260,000
Benjamin Pollak5,690,0001,190,000
Sean Gibson5,595,0002,685,000
Bryan Piccioli5,400,000-520,000
Kfir Nahum5,385,000-365,000
Michael Sklenicka5,360,00060,000
Colin Moffatt5,195,0000
Richard Dubini5,190,000-310,000
Valentin Messina4,995,0000
Wesley Pantling4,745,000-1,055,000
Ben Lamb4,725,0001,775,000
Joshua Marvin4,635,0001,175,000
Travis Lutes4,575,000875,000
Kenny Hallaert4,370,00070,000
Matt Bond4,365,000-135,000
Artan Dedusha4,330,000-270,000
Shawn Daniels4,325,0000
Wen Zhou4,090,0001,240,000
John Hesp4,060,00010,000
Brandon Meyers3,905,000155,000
Alexander Greenblatt3,865,00015,000
Matthias De Meulder3,825,000525,000
Sebastien Comel3,740,0000
Justas Vaiciulionis3,550,000-3,550,000
Joseph Michael3,400,000-500,000
Connor Drinan3,360,00060,000
David Guay3,300,000900,000
Pedro Oliveira3,135,000-365,000
Michael Ruane3,045,000-895,000
Nick Guagenti3,045,000-555,000
Richard Tuhrim3,038,000-2,062,000
Hyon Kim3,035,000215,000
Ryan Leng2,970,000-1,980,000
Jake Bazeley2,805,000-1,195,000
Christian Pham2,800,000-1,500,000
Arash Ghaneian2,680,00070,000
Chris Wallace2,675,000550,000
Ihar Soika2,630,000-570,000
Dario Sammartino2,585,000570,000
Jingwei Zhang2,575,0001,325,000
Nicolas Cardyn2,545,000-355,000
Yin Liu2,415,000210,000
Thissa Desilva2,395,000-505,000
Jae Hwang2,380,000-670,000
Marcel Luske2,290,000590,000
Renato Prado Valentim2,270,000-1,210,000
Paul Senat2,260,000-190,000
Jack Sinclair2,225,000-475,000
Andrew Ostapchenko2,225,000-75,000
Paul Dhaliwal2,165,000-235,000
Mike Linster2,075,000-135,000
Kevin Song1,965,0000
Jonathan Dwek1,910,000-1,090,000
Neil Patel1,905,000-1,295,000
Richard Robinson1,900,000700,000
Michael Zelman1,785,000-915,000
Jonas Mackoff1,590,000-310,000
Daniel Turner1,440,000690,000
Gregory Goldberg1,355,000340,000
Eric Berman1,130,000370,000
Ian Johns1,085,000-515,000
Kevin Calenzo1,080,0000
Martin Finger890,0000
Mario Vojvoda655,000-985,000
Sunday, July 16, 2017 12:48 AM Local Time
Last Three Hands Announced

The tournament clock has been stopped, and three more hands will be dealt at each table before all remaining players get to bag and tag their chips for tonight. Action resumes on Sunday, July 16th, at 11 a.m. local time.

Sunday, July 16, 2017 12:46 AM Local Time
Ott Crosses Eight Million Chips

Daniel Ott raised to 135,000, and Ihar Soika called in the big blind.

After the     flop, Soika checked and called Ott's continuation bet for 300,000. The   fell on the turn, and Soika quickly checked again. Ott's second bet was for 700,000, and that forced a quick fold from Soika.

Dan Ott [Daniel Ott]8,000,0002,220,000
Ihar Soika3,200,000-1,100,000
Sunday, July 16, 2017 12:45 AM Local Time
Greenblatt Avoids Disaster with Queens

Frank Crivello raised to 150,000 from early position, and Alexander Greenblatt called from the button.

The flop came    , and Crivello bet 350,000. Greenblatt called. The turn was the  , and Crivello bet 600,000. Greenblatt called again. The river brought the  , and both players checked.

Crivello showed   , and Greenblatt quickly flashed    before they hit the muck.

Frank Crivello9,200,0000
Alexander Greenblatt3,850,000-1,350,000
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Sunday, July 16, 2017 12:40 AM Local Time
Comel Takes from Finger

Martin Finger limped in from the small blind, and Sebastien Comel checked his option in the big blind. Finger bet the     flop, and Comel called before doing so again on the   turn. After the   river, Finger slowed down and checked. Comel bet 450,000, and Finger called.

Comel tabled    for a straight to scoop the pot.

Sebastien Comel2,875,000625,000
Martin Finger1,025,000-1,275,000
Sunday, July 16, 2017 12:34 AM Local Time
Eyal Maaravi Eliminated by Christian Pham

Eyal Maaravi

Eyal Maaravi raised all in for for 590,000, and Christin Pham called from the small blind.


The board came down      , no help to Maaravi, securing the knockout for Pham.

Christian Pham4,300,0001,200,000
Eyal Maaravi0-2,100,000
Sunday, July 16, 2017 12:33 AM Local Time
A Confident Bet with Second Pair

From middle position, Michael Ruane opened to 150,000. Big blind Richard Dubini called, then check-called another 180,000 on     as well. Both players checked the   on the turn, and the   completed the board. Dubini bet 350,000, sending Ruane into the tank. After some time, Ruane called.

Dubini confidently showed   , and Ruane mucked.

Richard Dubini5,500,000700,000
Michael Ruane3,940,000-960,000
Sunday, July 16, 2017 12:30 AM Local Time
Vas Nunes Bets Three Streets

Jae Hwang raised, and Paul Vas Nunes called in the big blind. Vas Nunes led the     flop for 150,000, and Hwang called. Vas Nunes also bet the   turn for another 300,000. Again, Hwang called, and Vas Nunes made it 900,000 to go after the   river.

That proved to be too much for Hwang, and he sent his cards into the muck.

Paul Vas Nunes6,050,000-280,000
Jae Hwang3,050,000-150,000
Sunday, July 16, 2017 12:30 AM Local Time
Arash Ghaneian Takes from Antoine Saout

Arash Ghaneian

Arash Ghaneian was in the small blind, heads-up against Antoine Saout in the big blind.

The flop came    , and Ghaneian bet 130,000. Saout called, and the turn was the  . Ghaneian bet 200,000 by slamming two purple chips onto the felt. Saout raised to 510,000, and Ghaneian called. The river was the  , pairing the board, and Ghaneian checked. Saout checked back, and Ghaneian tabled    for two pair, tens and deuces.

Saout sent his cards to the muck, and Ghaneian let out some celebration. After the hand, Saout asked Ghaneian if he was going to call a shove on the river, and Ghaneian said yes.

"I have diapers to change at home. If you got it, you got it."

Antoine Saout7,960,000-40,000
Arash Ghaneian2,610,000690,000
Sunday, July 16, 2017 12:29 AM Local Time
"I'm All In For My Tournament Life For the First Time!"

Sean Gibson raised to 150,000 from middle position, and Paul Senat called from the cutoff. Michael Sklenicka was in the small blind and moved all in for 2,475,000. Gibson folded, and Senat asked for a count. The dealer counted Sklenicka's stack down, and Senat eventually called.

"I'm all in for my tournament life for the first time!" exclaimed Sklenicka as he tabled   . It turned out that he was in a coin-flip situation against Senat's   .

The flop came     with the king right in the window, giving Sklenicka the lead. The turn was the  , and Senat asked for a jack. Unfortunately for him, the river was the  , and Sklenicka breathed a sigh of relief after realizing he was safe.

Michael Sklenicka5,300,0001,200,000
Paul Senat2,450,000-350,000
Sunday, July 16, 2017 12:28 AM Local Time
Sarkisyan Snatches Some of Salas' Stack

Damian Salas opened to 130,000 from late position, and Karen Sarkisyan three-bet to 425,000 from the small blind. Salas called.

The flop came    . Sarkisyan continued with a bet of 375,000, and Salas called. The turn was the  , and Sarkisyan fired another barrel — this one for 980,000. Once again, Salas called. The   fell on the river, and both players checked.

Sarkisyan tabled   , and it was enough to get Salas to muck.

Karen Sarkisyan7,250,0001,850,000
Damian Salas7,250,000-2,050,000
Sunday, July 16, 2017 12:27 AM Local Time
Vitaly Lunkin Eliminated by Scott Stewart

Vitaly Lunkin

From under the gun, Vitaly Lunkin moved all in for 905,000. Action folded around to Scott Stewart, who called the shove.


The board rolled out      , and that kept Stewart in the lead the whole way. With that, Lunkin hit the rail, and Stewart was able to build his stack to over seven million chips.

Scott Stewart7,050,000950,000
Vitaly Lunkin0-1,825,000
Sunday, July 16, 2017 12:23 AM Local Time
Player Interview: Robin Hegele

Robin Hegele

Robin Hegele climbed quickly to the top of the chip counts early on Day 5 and then fell back to the middle of the pack almost as quickly. It was a pleasant surprise to see his name re-enter the top ten after the dinner break.

Hegele, also listed as Robin William at the WSOP and in Hendon Mob, has a few tournament results to boast about, including a deep run in last year's Main Event and a cash in this year's $ 888 No Limit Hold'em - Crazy Eights.

We don't know much about this German player, but "German" should tell you enough to watch your chips when he sits down at your table. We caught up with Hegele as players went on break to see what he could tell us about his day and the prospect of making Day 6.

Hegele: I was super lucky to hold the aces against ace-king in the first level today for a huge pot. Since then, nothing really super extraordinary happened. I've won some small pots and lost some.

PokerNews: You won a large pot just after dinner when your pocket sixes held up against ace-king that put you back up on top. How is your table treating you now that you have a huge stack again?

Hegele: I think my table has to respect my stack because I'm the only one who covers everyone. That doesn't mean they make my life easy by letting me roll over the table. They are fighting hard!

PN: What's your strategy going into Day 6?

Hegele: Regarding my strategy, I just want to play good poker. If I make Day 6, it won't be completely in my hands. When the cards and the pots are coming my way, and if I get a little bit lucky, we're going see each other on Day 6 for sure.

PN: How much poker do you play?

Hegele: I played my first WSOP last year and made Day 5 in the Main Event. Since then, I played a couple of live tournaments all around the globe. I recently moved to Vienna to play online poker more regularly. I love playing the game.

Sunday, July 16, 2017 12:21 AM Local Time
Carrel's Kings Run Into Greenblatt's Aces

Charlie Carrel

Frank Crivello opened to 175,000 from middle position, and Charlie Carrel three-bet to 425,000 from the cutoff. Alexander Greenblatt was in the big blind and four-bet to 900,000. Crivello got out of the way, and Carrel moved all in for his remaining 1,770,000. Greenblatt instantly called, and the cards were tabled.


Carrel found himself in a poker player's nightmare and needing to hit one of two outs in the deck. The flop came    , and Greenblatt was still out in front with the best two pair. The turn was the  , and the river was the  , providing no help to Carrel.

Carrel wished everyone at the table good luck and stepped aside for an interview before exiting the Brasilia Room for the last time this summer.

Alexander Greenblatt5,200,0002,600,000
Charlie Carrel0-3,950,000
Sunday, July 16, 2017 12:20 AM Local Time
Kim Gets Some Without Showdown

Ihar Soika raised to 135,000 and picked no fewer than three callers, including Wen Zhou in the hijack, the cutoff, and Hyon Kim in the small blind. All four players checked the     flop and the   turn. Kim bet the   river for 550,000, and all opponents folded.

Hyon Kim2,820,0001,620,000
Sunday, July 16, 2017 12:12 AM Local Time
Jack Sinclair Wins a Late Flip Against Benjamin Pollak

Jack Sinclair raised to 120,000 from under the gun, and Benjamin Pollak three-bet to 305,000 from late position. Sinclair thought for a moment and moved all in for 1,310,000. Pollak looked at his cards one last time and then called.

Sinclair was at risk with   , flipping with Pollak's   .

The flop came    , and Sinclair took the lead with trip aces. The turn was the  , and the river was the  , giving Sinclair the double-up for which he was looking.

Benjamin Pollak4,500,000-1,310,000
Jack Sinclair2,700,0001,390,000
Sunday, July 16, 2017 12:12 AM Local Time
Todd Grovijohn Eliminated by Max Silver

Todd Grovijohn

Max Silver raised to 135,000, and Todd Grovijohn three-bet all in for 1,850,000. Silver called.


Grovijohn let out a groan as the flop came    . The turn was the   and the river the  , and Grovijohn was eliminated.

Max Silver8,200,0002,200,000
Todd Grovijohn0-1,850,000
Sunday, July 16, 2017 12:11 AM Local Time
Sammartino Doubles Again, This Time Through Oliveira

Dario Sammartino

Pedro Oliveira opened with a raise to 150,000 from early position. Action folded around to Dario Sammartino, who was in late position, and he moved all in for 935,000. Oliveira thought for about a minute and a half before calling.


The board ran out      , giving no sign of a sweat to Sammartino, and that allowed him to double up for the second time this level, putting him just over two million chips.

Pedro Oliveira3,500,000-1,100,000
Dario Sammartino2,015,0001,265,000
Sunday, July 16, 2017 12:10 AM Local Time
91st-99th-Place Finishers

The following players pocketed $61,929 apiece for their respective Main Event showings.

Gyeong Byeong Lee00
Fabio Sousa00
Matthew Zarcadoolas00
Joshua Tieman00
Tom Middleton00
Iverson Snuffer00
Joseph Migliore00
Sammy Lafleur00
Fadi Hamad00