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2018 World Series of Poker

Event #73: $1,000 DOUBLE STACK No-Limit Hold'em (30 minute levels)
Jours 1
Event Info

2018 World Series of Poker

Main Gagnante
Event Info
Prize Pool
Info Niveau
120,000 / 240,000

Event #73: $1,000 DOUBLE STACK No-Limit Hold'em (30 minute levels)

Jour 1 terminé

Lipshultz Leads 54 Day 1 Survivors of Event #73: $1,000 Double Stack No-Limit Hold'em

Niveau 20 : 4,000/8,000, 1,000 ante
Evan Lipshultz
Evan Lipshultz

Out of the 1,221 entries that took to the felt in Event #73: $1,000 Double Stack No-Limit Hold'em, just 54 bagged chips at the conclusion of Day 1 play. All remaining players are guaranteed to cash for at least $3,399, but all eyes are fixed on the top prize of $199,586 and coveted gold bracelet.

Over the course of 20 half-hour levels, no player accumulated a stack even approaching that of Evan Lipshultz, who advances to Day 2 with 952,000 chips. The relative newcomer from Silver Spring, Maryland went on an incredible heater in the final levels of the day which included stacking bracelet winner Ben Keeline with a flopped flush.

Several familiar faces will return for Day 2 action at noon in the Amazon room, including previous November Niner Jake Balsiger (446,000), two-time bracelet winner Ben Yu (340,000), Leo Margets (340,000), DJ MacKinnon (321,000), and Mikhail Semin (124,000).

Not all the fan favorites who tried their luck in this event were fortunate enough to survive to the day's end. Scott Bohlman, Ankush Mandavia, Jessica Dawley, Kenny Hallaert, Loni Harwood, Anton Wigg, Scott Davies, Maria Konnikova, Ari Engel, and Brandon Shack-Harris all left empty-handed.

Jameson Painter (78th-$2,231), Roland Israelashvili (80th-$2,231), Nam Le (82nd-$1,997), Erik Seidel (83rd-$1,997), Allen Cunningham (114th-$1,675), and Jonathan Duhamel 152nd-$1,571) were just a few of the big names who all departed with consolation prizes. A total of 184 places were paid in this event and the money bubble broke without hand-for-hand play about an hour and a half after players returned from their dinner break.

Check back here for continuing coverage of this tournament, which gets underway at 12pm local time on Thursday, July 12, and the final table of the Main Event from the PokerNews Live Reporting team.

Tags: Allen CunninghamAnkush MandaviaAnton WiggAri EngelBen KeelineBen YuDJ MacKinnonErik SeidelEvan LipshultzJake BalsigerJessica DawleyJonathan DuhamelKenny HallaertLeo MargetsLoni HarwoodMaria KonnikovaMikhail SeminNam LeRoland IsraelashviliScott BohlmanScott Davies

Day 2 Seat Draw and Chip Counts

Niveau 20 : 4,000/8,000, 1,000 ante
RoomTableSeatPlayer NameCountryChip CountBig Blinds
Amazon4061Victor FigueroaUnited States412,00041
Amazon4062Nicholas AlexanderUnited States387,00039
Amazon4063Marc CohenUnited States163,00016
Amazon4064David HaleUnited States156,00016
Amazon4065Mikhail SeminRussia124,20012
Amazon4066Thaddeus HightowerUnited States59,0006
Amazon4067Eric TaylorUnited States349,00035
Amazon4068Eli LoewenthalUnited States116,00012
Amazon4069Leo MargetsSpain340,00034
Amazon4071[Removed:321] AraniUnited States270,00027
Amazon4072Alexander BilbaoUnited States185,00019
Amazon4073Richard KirschUnited States125,00013
Amazon4074Nicholas SmithUnited Kingdom52,0005
Amazon4075Antonio FerreiraPortugal382,00038
Amazon4076Jason EdwardsUnited States353,00035
Amazon4077Jeffrey RossUnited States194,00019
Amazon4078Pochuen LawUnited States78,0008
Amazon4079Michael GallagherCanada86,0009
Amazon4141Avraham AzulayUnited States80,0008
Amazon4142Evan LipshultzUnited States952,00095
Amazon4143Orestis KanakopoulosUnited States325,00033
Amazon4144Jake BalsigerUnited States446,00045
Amazon4145Eiji MatsumuraJapan182,00018
Amazon4146Konstantin PuchkovRussia112,00011
Amazon4147Stephen AbrahamUnited States60,0006
Amazon4148Jesse CohenUnited States220,00022
Amazon4149DJ MacKinnonUnited States321,00032
Amazon4151Benjamin PrimusUnited States163,00016
Amazon4152Juancarlos MartinArgentina110,00011
Amazon4153Jerry YoungUnited States128,00013
Amazon4154Gary SmithUnited States131,00013
Amazon4155Keith NeisesUnited States78,0008
Amazon4156Supan ShahUnited States146,00015
Amazon4157Ben YuUnited States340,00034
Amazon4158Mitchell BowlesUnited States163,00016
Amazon4159Alan BittikoferUnited States101,00010
Amazon4221Rhody L HeureuxCanada71,0007
Amazon4222Justin YoungUnited States280,00028
Amazon4223Hien NguyenUnited States252,00025
Amazon4224Sean TrohaUnited States251,00025
Amazon4225Jason JohnsonUnited States532,00053
Amazon4226Joon ParkCanada144,00014
Amazon4227Christian CheaterCanada144,00014
Amazon4228Thiago NishijimaBrazil471,00047
Amazon4229Matthew BergerUnited States441,00044
Amazon4231Ronald KnickerbockerUnited States122,00012
Amazon4232Daniel PridhamUnited Kingdom122,00012
Amazon4233Alexander GreenblattUnited States162,00016
Amazon4234Harley StoffmakerCanada216,00022
Amazon4235Denis TimofeevRussia258,00026
Amazon4236Jerry MouawadUnited States260,00026
Amazon4237Vlad DarieRomania289,00029
Amazon4238Zinan XuChina118,00012
Amazon4239Viktor LaviIsrael220,00022

End of Day Chip Counts (complet)

Niveau 20 : 4,000/8,000, 1,000 ante
Joueur Jetons Progression
Evan Lipshultz us
Evan Lipshultz
Day 1 Chip Leader
Jason Johnson us
Jason Johnson
532,000 532,000
Thiago Nishijima br
Thiago Nishijima
471,000 471,000
WSOP 1X Winner
Jake Balsiger us
Jake Balsiger
Matthew Berger us
Matthew Berger
441,000 441,000
Victor Figueroa us
Victor Figueroa
412,000 412,000
Nicholas Alexander us
Nicholas Alexander
387,000 387,000
Antonio Ferreira pt
Antonio Ferreira
382,000 382,000
Jason Edwards us
Jason Edwards
353,000 353,000
Eric Taylor us
Eric Taylor
349,000 349,000
Leo Margets es
Leo Margets
WSOP 1X Winner
Ben Yu us
Ben Yu
WSOP 4X Winner
Orestis Kanakopoulos gr
Orestis Kanakopoulos
325,000 325,000
DJ MacKinnon us
DJ MacKinnon
Vlad Darie ro
Vlad Darie
289,000 289,000
Justin Young us
Justin Young
280,000 280,000
Mohammad Arani us
Mohammad Arani
270,000 270,000
WSOP 1X Winner
Jerry Mouawad us
Jerry Mouawad
260,000 260,000
Denis Timofeev ru
Denis Timofeev
258,000 258,000
Hien Nguyen us
Hien Nguyen
252,000 252,000
Sean Troha us
Sean Troha
251,000 251,000
WSOP 2X Winner
Viktor Lavi il
Viktor Lavi
220,000 220,000
Jesse Cohen us
Jesse Cohen
220,000 220,000
Harley Stoffmaker ca
Harley Stoffmaker
Jeffrey Ross us
Jeffrey Ross
194,000 194,000

Lire Plus

Lipshultz Sends Keeline Packing

Niveau 20 : 4,000/8,000, 1,000 ante

Evan Lipshultz just told us that he recently busted Ben Keeline in the following fashion:

Keeline opened from late position and Lipshultz defended his big blind with {6-Spades}{4-Spades}. The flop came {A-Spades}{J-Spades}{8-Spades}, Lipshultz bet, Keeline raised, and all the chips went into the middle. Keeline held {K-Spades}{9-Diamonds} for the nut-flush draw but needed help against Lipshultz's flopped flush. The turn and river were blanks and Lipshultz took the pot to stack Keeline.

Joueur Jetons Progression
Evan Lipshultz us
Evan Lipshultz
860,000 375,000
Day 1 Chip Leader
Ben Keeline us
Ben Keeline

Tags: Ben KeelineEvan Lipshultz

Niveau: 20

Blinds: 4,000/8,000

Ante: 1,000

Balsiger Stacks Lakhov

Niveau 19 : 3,000/6,000, 1,000 ante

There were about 30,000 chips in the pot and the {A-Diamonds}{K-Diamonds}{7-Hearts} flop was out when we got to the table. Alexander Lakhov checked from the big blind, Jake Balsiger bet 12,000 from the button, and Lakhov called.

The turn brought the {7-Diamonds} and Lakhov bet 21,000. Balsiger went into the tank for a bit and called.

The {5-Clubs} hit the river and Lakhov shoved for 50,000. Balsiger called instantly and tabled {10-Diamonds}{5-Diamonds}. Lakhov showed {9-Diamonds}{7-Spades} for trip sevens and made his exit.

Joueur Jetons Progression
Jake Balsiger us
Jake Balsiger
Alexander Lakhov ru
Alexander Lakhov

Tags: Alexander LakhovJake Balsiger

Nam Le Eliminated

Niveau 19 : 3,000/6,000, 1,000 ante

Nam Le raised to 13,000 from early position, a player in middle position three-bet to 50,000, Le shoved for about 80,000 total, and the three-bettor called to put Le at risk.

Nam Le: {A-Diamonds}{Q-Hearts}
Opponent: {9-Diamonds}{9-Clubs}

The two players were racing for the pot and Le needed to improve in order to survive. The board ran out {10-Spades}{5-Clubs}{3-Hearts}{9-Hearts}{Q-Diamonds} and although Le paired his queen on the river it was too little too late since his opponent had turned a winning set of nines. Le wished the table luck and began to make his way to the payout desk.

Joueur Jetons Progression
Nam Le us
Nam Le

Tags: Nam Le