Event #3: $3,000 No-Limit Hold'em SHOOTOUT
Jour 3 a débuté
Event #3: $3,000 No-Limit Hold'em SHOOTOUT
Jour 3 a débuté
The final ten players in Event #3: $3,000 No-Limit Hold'em SHOOTOUT will be returning today at 12 p.m. to play for not only the $226,218 first prize but also the prestigious WSOP bracelet.
The third event of the WSOP will be giving a minimum of $14,437 to the final table and a pay jump will be happening after every elimination, with the top three getting a six-figure payday.
The final table has two very recognizable names in Joe McKeehen and Joe Cada, who both are main event champions with two bracelets and over $10 million in WSOP cashes. The only other player at the table that has a bracelet is Anthony Reategui who won his bracelet in the 2005 $1,500 No-Limit Hold'em Shootout and will be looking to get his second today.
Notable players that will be chasing their first bracelet include Sam Phillips who has almost $2 million in career earnings, Ihar Soika who has $3.2 million in career earnings, Harry Lodge who has just under $1 million in career earnings, and Joshua Turner who has over $1.3 million in career earnings as well as 58 WSOP cashes.
Final Table Seat Draw
|Room||Table||Seat||Player||Country||Chip Count||Big Blinds|
|Amazon||FT||1||Jeffrey Trudeau||United States||534,000||89|
|Amazon||FT||2||Sam Phillips||United States||547,000||91|
|Amazon||FT||4||Harry Lodge||United Kingdom||521,000||87|
|Amazon||FT||5||Anthony Reategui||United States||548,000||91|
|Amazon||FT||6||Joe McKeehen||United States||522,000||87|
|Amazon||FT||7||Joshua Turner||United States||534,000||89|
|Amazon||FT||8||Taylor Wilson||United States||547,000||91|
|Amazon||FT||9||Jack Maskill||United Kingdom||546,000||91|
|Amazon||FT||10||Joe Cada||United States||549,000||92|
Final Table Payouts
The PokerNews team will be covering this and every other event of the WSOP this summer. So get ready for some rail fun today, with hand for hand coverage of this final table.
After a short delay, the dealer has been informed to shuffle up and start dealing the cards. The blinds will be starting at 3000/6000 with a 1000 ante.
Hand #1: Anthony Reategui raised to 15,000 from mid-position and was called by Joe McKeehen in the hijack. Jack Maskill three-bet to 73,000 from the small blind and both Reategui and McKeehen folded.
Hand #2: Ihar Soika raised to 15,000 and was called by Jeffrey Trudeau in the big blind. They both checked through the on the flop and the on the turn and the on the river. Trudeau tabled for two pair, eights and fours, to win the hand.
Hand #3: Soika raised to 15,000 from the under-the-gun position and was again called by Trudeau who was now sitting in the small blind. The flop came , Trudeau check-called the 22,000 bet of Soika. The turn brought them the , now Trudeau check-folded to the 65,000 bet of Soika.
Hand #4: Taylor Wilson raised to 16,000 from late position and was called by Sam Philips in the small blind. The flop came , Phillips check-folded to the 14,000 bet of Wilson.
Hand #5: Joshua Turner raised to 14,000 from mid-position and action folded to Trudeau in the cutoff who raised to 42,000. Turner folded.
Hand #6: Ihar Soika opened to 15,000 from the button and Anthony Reategui called from the big blind. The flop came and Reategui check-called a bet of 17,000 from Soika. The turn came the and Reategui check-called a bet of 41,000 from Soika. The river came the and both players checked. Reategui tabled for a missed straight and Soika showed for a queen high, winning the pot.
Hand #7: Taylor Wilson opened to 16,000 from early position and Anthony Reategui called from the small blind. The flop came and action checked to Wilson who bet 13,000. Reategui folded and Wilson scooped in the pot.
Hand #8: Action folded to Joshua Turner in the big blind.
Hand #9: Jack Maskill opened to 15,000 from under the gun and was called by Taylor Wilson in the big blind. The flop came and action checked to Maskill who bet 30,000. Wilson folded and Maskill won the hand.
Hand #10: Ihar Soika raised to 15,000 from middle position and was called by Taylor Wilson from the small blind. The flop came and Wilson check-called a bet of 18,000 from Soika.
The turn came the and both players checked. The came on the river and both players checked again. Wilson showed for a pair of threes and Soika tabled for a pair of nines, taking down the pot.
Hand #11: Joe McKeehen raised to 15,000 from the hijack and everyone else folded.
Hand #12: Anthony Reategui raised to 17,000 from mid-position and was called by Taylor Wilson in the cutoff. The flop came , Reategui continued with a bet of 25,000 and Wilson folded.
Hand #13: McKeehen raised to 15,000 from mid-position and Sam Phillips called in the big blind. They both checked through the on the flop to the on the turn. Phillips bet 18,000 and McKeehen called. The river completed the board with the , Phillips continued with a bet of 115,000 which made McKeehen fold.
Hand #14: McKeehen raised to 15,000 from mid-position and was called by Jeffrey Trudeau on the button and Ihar Soika in the big blind. The flop came , Soika checked, McKeehen bet 22,000. Trudeau called and Soika folded. The turn brought them the , McKeehen bet 76,000 and Trudeau folded.
Hand #15: Jack Maskill raised to 15,000 from late position and Joe Cada three-bet to 47,000 from the hijack. Everyone folded including Maskill.
Hand #16: Joshua Turner raised to 15,000 from mid-position and was called by Phillips in the cutoff and Reategui in the big blind. The flop came , Reategui checked and Turner bet 31,000. Phillips called and Reategui folded. They both checked through the on the turn to the on the river. Turner tabled but Phillips showed for a flopped set of eights.
Hand #17: McKeehen got a walk.
Here are the players competing on the final table of $3K No-Limit Hold'em Shootout at the 2018 WSOP.
Photos ©Joe Giron
Hand #18: Jeffrey Trudeau raised to 18,000 from middle position and Joshua Turner called from the big blind. The flop came and both players checked. The turn came the and Turner then bet 21,000. Trudeau folded and Turner scooped in the pot.
Hand #19: Sam Phillips opened to 20,000 in middle position and was called Anthony Reategui from the cutoff. Taylor Wilson called from the big blind and the flop fell . Action checked to Reategui who then bet 30,000 and action folded to Phillips who called.
The came on the turn and both players checked. The river came the and action checked to Reategui who bet 45,000. Phillips then raised to 165,000 and Reategui made the fold. Phillips won the hand and pulled in a healthy sized pot.
Hand #20: Jeffrey Trudeau opened to 18,000 from early position and was called by Sam Phillips. Joshua Turner called as well and the flop came . Action checked to Phillips who bet 30,000 and was called by Turner. Trudeau folded and the turn came the .
Phillips led for 80,000 and Turner thought for a moment before making the call. The river came the and both players checked. Phillips tabled for top pair and Turner then threw his cards in the muck.
Hand #21: Ihar Soika opened to 18,000 from late position and was called by Joshua Turner from the button. Joe Cada called from the big blind and the flop came . Action checked to Soika who bet 40,000 and Turner then raised to 98,000.
Cada thought for a few moments before moving all in for over 350,000. Action folded to Turner who thought for a minute before throwing his cards in the muck.
Hand #22: Harry Lodge opened to 19,000 from early position and was called by Joe Mckeenen from late position, Joe Cada from the small blind, and Jeffrey Trudeau from the big blind. The flop fell and all players checked. The turn came the and Cada led out for 31,000. All players folded and Cada added another pot to his stack.