Jour 1 terminé
Jour 1 terminé
Day 1 of Event #14: $1,500 Seven Card Stud is in the books and after 15 levels of play, an original starting field of 260 was trimmed down to 76.
Emerging as the chip leader at the end of the day’s action was Elias Hourani who ended with 240,000. He revealed himself as one of the big stacks about midway through the day and continued climbing until he was one of the biggest stacks in the room.
Some of the other big stacks at the end of play included, Brendan Taylor who finished with 236,500, Jeffrey Mitseff with 228,000, and Kevin Gerhart 220,500. All three were not significant stacks until late in the day and took full advantage of the last few levels to become some of the top forces in the tournament.
Several well known players advanced to Day 2, including David Williams who bagged a nice stack of 172,500, Sean Yu (123,500), Yueqi Zhu (122,000), Brandon Shack-Harris (95,500) and Adam Friedman (78,000). All of which will be looking to make a deep run on Day 2.
Not everyone was so fortunate to advance as many hit the rail on Day 1, such as Daniel Negreanu, Scott Seiver and defending champion Eli Elezra who started the day out well, building his stack early but things went south for him before the end of the day and he was not able to find a bag.
Day 2 resumes at 2 p.m. local time at level 16 with limits at 4,000/8,000. Seat draw and full chip counts will be posted early in the morning.
|Amazon||505||1||Scott Baldyga||United States||24,500|
|Amazon||505||2||Perry Friedman||United States||107,500|
|Amazon||505||3||Kevin Gerhart||United States||220,500|
|Amazon||505||4||Dan Heimiller||United States||184,000|
|Amazon||505||5||Jorge Leon||United States||43,000|
|Amazon||505||6||Scott Niebling||United States||135,500|
|Amazon||505||7||Allen Wong||United States||50,500|
|Amazon||505||8||Kenneth Po||United States||24,000|
|Amazon||506||1||Ryan Himes||United States||82,500|
|Amazon||506||2||Hector Salgado||United States||8,000|
|Amazon||506||3||Sean Yu||United States||123,500|
|Amazon||506||4||Nicholas Hart||United States||22,000|
|Amazon||506||5||Brendan Taylor||United States||236,500|
|Amazon||506||6||Jesse Overby||United States||71,500|
|Amazon||506||7||Nick Polydoros||United States||41,000|
|Amazon||506||8||Elias Hourani||United States||240,000|
|Amazon||512||1||Donny Rubinstein||United States||33,000|
|Amazon||512||2||Craig Chait||United States||179,000|
|Amazon||512||3||John Clark||United States||52,500|
|Amazon||512||4||Shaun Deeb||United States||96,000|
|Amazon||512||5||Lindsay Jones||United States||21,000|
|Amazon||512||6||Thomas Pozorski||United States||29,000|
|Amazon||513||1||Jess Price||United States||83,000|
|Amazon||513||2||Karl Makovsky||United States||50,500|
|Amazon||513||3||Rafael Lebron||United States||101,500|
|Amazon||513||4||Leonard August||United States||124,500|
|Amazon||513||7||Anthony Dichiaro||United States||122,000|
|Amazon||513||8||Brandon Shack-Harris||United States||95,500|
|Amazon||514||1||Wing Lee||United States||29,000|
|Amazon||514||2||Kevin Biernacki||United States||59,500|
|Amazon||514||4||Nicholas Seiken||United States||117,500|
|Amazon||514||5||Brendan Hite||United States||41,000|
|Amazon||514||6||Jan Stein||United States||29,500|
|Amazon||514||7||Salah Levy||United States||25,500|
|Amazon||515||1||Carlos Rodriguez||United States||82,500|
|Amazon||515||4||Yueqi Zhu||United States||122,000|
|Amazon||515||5||Benjamin Mcclelland||United States||39,000|
|Amazon||515||6||Greg Cassani||United States||121,500|
|Amazon||515||8||Michael Rocco||United States||88,000|
|Amazon||519||1||Scott Baumstein||United States||101,000|
|Amazon||519||3||Adam Friedman||United States||78,500|
|Amazon||519||4||Christina Hill||United States||100,500|
|Amazon||519||5||Karle Wilson||United States||86,500|
|Amazon||519||6||Anthony Zinno||United States||73,500|
|Amazon||519||7||Jeffrey Mitseff||United States||228,000|
|Amazon||519||8||Joshua Rhodes||United States||110,500|
|Amazon||520||2||Vincent Papasodero||United States||38,000|
|Amazon||520||3||Steven Albini||United States||174,500|
|Amazon||520||4||Hal Rotholz||United States||154,500|
|Amazon||520||5||Keith Sexton||United States||23,000|
|Amazon||520||6||David Williams||United States||172,500|
|Amazon||520||7||Matt Grapenthien||United States||32,000|
|Amazon||520||8||Terrence Hastoo||United States||66,500|
|Amazon||521||1||David Moskowitz||United States||106,000|
|Amazon||521||2||David Singer||United States||128,000|
|Amazon||521||3||Nicholas Derke||United States||12,000|
|Amazon||521||4||Tom McEvoy||United States||116,000|
|Amazon||521||6||Anthony Deangelo||United States||55,500|
|Amazon||521||7||Joseph Ranciato||United States||59,500|
|Amazon||521||8||Michael Haney||United States||29,500|
|Amazon||522||1||Michael Sopko||United States||115,000|
|Amazon||522||3||Paul Sokoloff||United Kingdom||93,000|
|Amazon||522||4||Paul Mangine||United States||73,000|
|Amazon||522||6||Barrett Lipkin||United States||106,500|
|Amazon||522||7||William Buckley||United States||138,000|
|Amazon||522||8||Katherine Fleck||United States||52,000|
Scott Seiver will not be making it to Day 2 as he was just spotted getting up from the table.
He lost a few pots in a row to decimate his stack from a somewhat healthy amount not long ago, to a short stack, and eventually end his night just 20 minutes before the end of play.
On fourth street, the first player to act bet, Adam Friedman and Brandon Shack-Harris both called.
Fifth street was dealt, the first player bet again, Friedman folded and Shack-Harris raised to 10,000 which was called.
Shack-Harris bet again on sixth street and was called again and the same thing happened on seventh street.
Brandon Shack-Harris: //
Adam Friedman: / - folded on fifth street
Shack-Harris collected the pot with his three tens.
Dan Heimiller has increased his stack dramatically in the last hour or so as he was spotted taking the remnants of a fallen opponent.
His hand of was face up as his opponent's hand was tossed into the muck, and Heimiller's jacks were good enough to take the pot and end the night of his opponent.