$100,000 Super High Roller

Info Niveau

Niveau 22
Blinds 60,000 / 120,000
Ante 20,000

Info Joueurs

Prize Pool $4,737,600
$100,000 Super High Roller
Jour 3 terminé

SHR 100.000$ PCA 2018 : Cary Katz triomphe devant Justin Bonomo

Chad_Holloway • Niveau 22: 60,000-120,000, 20,000 ante
Cary Katz - 2018 PCA $100K SHR Champ
Cary Katz - 2018 PCA $100K SHR Champ

La 8e édition du PokerStars Caribbean Adventure Super High Roller à 100.000$ l'entrée s'est terminée par la victoire d'un amateur dans la nuit de lundi à mardi. L'Américain Cary Katz, créateur de la chaîne Poker Central, remporte 1,492,340$ après avoir dominé un field de 48 entrants.

Cinquième du Big One For One Drop pour 1,9 million de dollars, et habitué des plus gros tournois, Katz signe son premier succès de prestige hors de Las Vegas. Il compte désormais presque 14 millions de dollars de gains, lui qui compte quelques succès sur les High Rollers de l'ARIA qu'il a contribué à mettre en place.

Katz s'est inscrit juste avant le début du Jour 2 et a passé presque toute la finale en queue de peloton. Résistant il a connu un joli rush à trois left avant d'avaler Justin Bonomo lors d'un dernier duel rapide et à sens unique. Le runner-up se consolera avec un chèque à 7 chiffres lui aussi...

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Bryn Kenney complète le podium... alors qu'il avait la majorité des jetons à 4 left et pouvait signer un doublé aux Bahamas. Vainqueur en 2016 pour presque 1,7 million de dollars, Kenney a perdu tous les coups pour ne gagner "que" 686 960$ et porter ses gains sur ce tournoi à 4,1 millions de dollars. Avec 5 places payées sur ce tournoi, l'Américain a cumulé près de 20% de ses 21,1 millions de gains live sur cet événement !

PlaceJoueurPaysPrix
1erCary KatzUSA$1,492,340
2eJustin BonomoUSA$1,077,800
3eBryn KenneyUSA$686,960
4eDaniel NegreanuCanada$521,140
5eIvan LucaArgentina$402,700
6eIke HaxtonUSA$307,940
7eSam GreenwoodCanada$248,720

Kenney a pourtant fait le travail en sortant Sam Grenwood dès la 10e main de la finale avec les {a-}{a-} et son rush a duré jusqu'à ce qu'il se fasse craquer {k-}{k-} par Daniel Negreanu à 4 left.

En tête en début de finale, l'Argentin Ivan Luca s'est ensuite chargé d'Isaac Haxton avant de tout perdre en quelques minutes. Luca s'incline sur un 4-bet shove face à Kenney qui va rester devant avec {a-}{k-} contre {a-}{j-}.

Daniel Negreanu va ensuite tomber à deux blindes... avant de tripler puis de remonter à 30 blindes. Un flip perdu contre Justin Bonomo va le renvoyer dans les cordes et le Kid Poker va finalement s'incliner avec {k-}{k-} contre le {a-}{j-} du futur runner-up.

En tête durant la majorité du plan à 3, Kenney va voir Katz empiler les pots avant de finalement call en grosse blinde avec {k-Hearts}{9-Diamonds} après un open shove de Bonomo en petite blinde avec {q-Spades}{10-Diamonds}. Couvert, Kenney voit un {10-} au flop mettre fin à son deep-run.

Presque à égalité avant l'ultime duel, les deux derniers survivants ne vont pas dealer. Justin Bonomo évoque un arrangement financier mais Katz lui indique qu'il avait déjà des parts chez d'autres finalistes et refuse très vite. Une bonne décision puisque Katz va faire carré rapidement avec {7-Clubs}{4-Clubs}.

Avec {a-Spades}{9-Diamonds} en main sur un tableau {a-Hearts}{7-Diamonds}{7-Spades}{5-Clubs}{7-Hearts}, Justin Bonomo ne trouve pas le fold rivière et voit son adversaire capitaliser les deux tiers des jetons. Trois mains plus tard, un dernier lancer de pièce est favorable à Katz. Ses {8-}{8-} tiennent face au {a-}{k-} de Bonomo...

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Le palmarès complet du SHR PCA

AnnéeEntréesPrizepoolVainqueurPaysPrix
201138 entrées$3,743,000Eugene KatchalovUkraine$1,500,000
201232 entrées$3,136,000Viktor BlomSweden$1,254,400
201359 entrées$5,724,180Scott SeiverUSA$2,003,480
201456 entrées$5,433,120Fabian QuossGermany$1,629,940
201566 entrées$6,402,000Steve O'DwyerIreland$1,872,580
201658 entrées$5,626,000Bryn KenneyUSA$1,687,800
201754 entrées$5,239,080Jason KoonUSA$1,650,300
201848 entrées$14,737,600Cary KatzUSA$1,492,340

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Hands #129-131: Justin Bonomo Eliminated in 2nd Place ($1,254,400)

Chad_Holloway • Niveau 22: 60,000-120,000, 20,000 ante
Justin Bonomo
Justin Bonomo

Hand 129: Justin Bonomo raised to 250,000 with the {10-Clubs}{2-Hearts} and Cary Katz three-bet to 820,000 with the {a-Diamonds}{q-Spades} in the big blind. Bonomo folded.

Hand 130: Katz limped with the {q-Hearts}{j-Hearts} and Bonomo checked his option with the {8-Diamonds}{2-Diamonds}. The {j-Spades}{9-Clubs}{2-Spades} flop saw Katz lead out for 300,000 and Bonomo folded.

Hand 131: Bonomo moved all in for 3.3 million holding the {a-Clubs}{k-Hearts} and Katz quickly called with the {8-Diamonds}{8-Clubs}. It was a flip, and Katz was looking to hold for the win.

The {2-Spades}{9-Hearts}{3-Spades} flop made Katz a 74% favorite, and that increased to 86% on the {Q-Spades} turn. Bonomo was looking for an ace or king, but it was not meant to be as the {J-Hearts} blanked on the river.

Cary Katz us 12,000,000 3,460,000
Justin Bonomo us Eliminé

Tags: Cary KatzJustin Bonomo

Hands #125-128: Katz Wins Huge With Quads Versus a Full House

Webjoker • Niveau 22: 60,000-120,000, 20,000 ante

Hand 125: Justin Bonomo opened the button with {J-Hearts}{8-Diamonds} for 250,000. Big blind Cary Katz woke up with {J-Spades}{J-Diamonds} and three-bet 820,000 and Bonomo folded right away.

Hand 126: Katz raised to 260,000 with {10-Hearts}{7-Hearts} and Bonomo called with {8-Diamonds}{6-Hearts}. They took a flop of {2-Diamonds}{Q-Hearts}{5-Spades} and Bonomo checked. Katz bet 460,000 into 560,000 and Bonomo folded right away.

Hand 127: Bonomo on the button found {A-Clubs}{2-Hearts} and raised to 250,000. Katz folded {Q-Clubs}{2-Diamonds}.

Hand 128: Katz was first to act and made it 260,000 with {7-Clubs}{4-Clubs}. Bonomo called with {A-Spades}{9-Diamonds} and checked on {A-Hearts}{7-Diamonds}{7-Spades}. Katz checked behind.

The {5-Clubs} hit the turn and Bonomo bet 275,000 into 560,000. Katz called.

The {7-Hearts} completed the board, making Katz quads. Bonomo bet 400,000 into 1,110,000 and Katz tanked for a bit before raising to 2,000,000. Bonomo called and soon got the bad news.

Cary Katz us 8,540,000 1,845,000
Justin Bonomo us 3,460,000 -1,845,000

Tags: Justin BonomoCary Katz

Hands #122-124: Bryn Kenney Eliminated in 3rd Place ($686,960)

Chad_Holloway • Niveau 22: 60,000-120,000, 20,000 ante
Bryn Kenney
Bryn Kenney

Hand 122: Bryn Kenney raised to 275,000 with the {k-Spades}{10-Clubs} in the small blind and Cary Katz folded from the big.

Hand 123: Kenney raised to 275,000 with the {a-Clubs}{3-Hearts} on the button and Katz three-bet to 600,000 with the {a-Spades}{10-Spades} in the small blind. Kenney called, the flop came down {6-Hearts}{3-Diamonds}{5-Hearts}, and Katz continued for 775,000.

Kenney, who flopped the best hand, made the call and the dealer burned and turned the {j-Spades}. Katz moved all in for 2.395 million and Kenney thought long and hard before releasing his hand.

Hand 124: Justin Bonomo picked up the {q-Spades}{10-Diamonds} in the small blind and moved all in. Kenney, who had the {k-Hearts}{9-Diamonds} in the big blind, took his time before calling off for 2.84 million.

Kenney was ahead, but even so was only a 55% favorite to win the hand. The {j-Diamonds}{3-Hearts}{10-Clubs} flop gave Bonomo the lead, but Kenney did pick up a gutshot.

The {A-Hearts} turn took way his king, and the {4-Spades} river sent Kenney out the door in third place.

Tags: Bryn KenneyCary KatzJustin Bonomo

Hands #119-121: All Even in Chips Now

Webjoker • Niveau 22: 60,000-120,000, 20,000 ante

Hand 119: Bryn Kenney with {6-Clubs}{4-Clubs} and Cary Katz with {K-Diamonds}{2-Diamonds} took a flop of {2-Spades}{Q-Hearts}{8-Hearts} in a battle of the blinds. Kenney bet 245,000 and Katz called. The {K-Spades} on the turn saw Kenney bet 535,000 into 1,100,000. Katz moved in with his two-pair and Kenney folded.

Hand 120: Kenney opened the button for 250,000 with {Q-Diamonds}{9-Diamonds}. Justin Bonomo called with {10-Spades}{6-Spades} in the big blind. The flop came {A-Diamonds}{K-Clubs}{4-Diamonds} and both checked. The {6-Clubs} hit the turn pairing Bonomo but he checked. Kenney checked behind with the flush draw. The {7-Spades} on the river saw both players check as well and Bonomo took it down.

Hand 121: Katz limped in with {A-Hearts}{6-Hearts} on the button and Justin Bonomo completed with {8-Spades}{6-Spades}. Kenney checked {8-Hearts}{5-Diamonds} and they took a flop of {4-Diamonds}{2-Spades}{8-Diamonds}. Bonomo bet 150,000 into 420,000 and Kenney called, Katz folded.

The {7-Diamonds} hit the turn and Bonomo bet 300,000, Kenney called. The {9-Hearts} completed the board and Bonomo bet 300,000 once more. Kenney called but had to succumb the pot to Bonomo.

Bryn Kenney us 4,070,000 -2,340,000
Justin Bonomo us 4,000,000 880,000
Cary Katz us 3,930,000 1,460,000

Tags: Bryn KenneyCary KatzJustin Bonomo

Hands #113-118: More Shoves

Webjoker • Niveau 22: 60,000-120,000, 20,000 ante

Hand 113: Cary Katz received a walk in the big blind.

Hand 114: Bryn Kenney opened the button for 250,000 with {10-Clubs}{7-Diamonds} but he folded to Cary Katz's shove with {A-Spades}{K-Diamonds}.

Hand 115: From the small blind, Justin Bonomo limped in with {Q-Hearts}{9-Spades}. Big blind Bryn Kenney with {A-Hearts}{9-Diamonds} shoved all in and Bonomo folded.

Hand 116: Justin Bonomo opened {A-Hearts}{7-Hearts} on the button for 240,000. Bryn Kenney in the small blind woke up with {2-Spades}{2-Clubs} and moved in. Cary Katz in the big blind folded {K-Hearts}{J-Hearts}. Bonomo counted his stack and saw he had 2,560,000 behind but he folded.

Hand 117: Katz limped from the small blind with {7-Hearts}{6-Clubs} but he folded to Bonomo's shove with {K-Clubs}{J-Spades}.

Hand 118: Katz found {K-Diamonds}{5-Diamonds} on the button and raised to 275,000. Bryn Kenney called in the big blind with {Q-Clubs}{9-Hearts}. The flop came {8-Spades}{6-Spades}{4-Diamonds} and Kenney checked. Katz bet 400,000 into 670,000 and Kenney folded.

Tags: Cary KatzBryn KenneyJustin Bonomo

Niveau:
22
Blinds:
60,000/120,000
Ante:
20,000