Event #55: $400 Colossus
Jour 3 a débuté
Event #55: $400 Colossus
Jour 3 a débuté
|Amazon||423||1||Priscilla Lake||United States||4,075,000|
|Amazon||423||4||Timothy Miles||United States||8,850,000|
|Amazon||423||5||David Stenseth||United States||2,175,000|
|Amazon||423||6||Gabriel Morales||United States||8,000,000|
|Amazon||423||7||Matthew O'meara||United States||12,400,000|
|Amazon||423||8||Penh Lo||United States||12,175,000|
|Amazon||423||9||John Trinh||United States||18,850,000|
|Amazon||424||1||Michael Morris||United States||5,700,000|
|Amazon||424||3||Brett Apter||United States||3,000,000|
|Amazon||424||4||Huy Nguyen||United States||6,425,000|
|Amazon||424||6||Phuoc Nguyen||United States||6,450,000|
|Amazon||424||8||Lucas Kulbe||United States||11,925,000|
|Amazon||431||1||Brandon Cashwell||United States||7,375,000|
|Amazon||431||3||Chen Peiheng||United States||6,425,000|
|Amazon||431||4||Michael Lee||United States||16,900,000|
|Amazon||431||5||Frank Flowers||United States||2,775,000|
|Amazon||431||6||William Gian||United States||5,325,000|
|Amazon||431||7||Milad Hajihabib||United States||6,025,000|
|Amazon||431||8||David Ripley||United States||2,000,000|
|Amazon||431||9||Timothy Guilford||United States||6,225,000|
|Amazon||432||4||Harrison Ashdown||United States||5,700,000|
|Amazon||432||5||Kevin Rand||United States||9,350,000|
|Amazon||432||6||Bobby Sanoubane||United States||3,250,000|
|Amazon||433||1||Hoan Nguyen||United States||205,000|
|Amazon||433||2||Inkyu Choi||South Korea||5,025,000|
|Amazon||433||4||Jacob Thibodeau||United States||10,700,500|
|Amazon||433||5||Barbara Enright||United States||1,900,000|
|Amazon||433||6||Rachel Giacopuzzi||United States||3,950,000|
|Amazon||433||8||Robert Mather||United States||4,100,050|
|Amazon||433||9||[Removed:321] Berenjinataj||United States||8,650,000|
|Amazon||440||2||Robert Mercer||United States||11,425,000|
|Amazon||440||3||Timothy Vance||United States||8,625,000|
|Amazon||440||4||Jerry Zehr||United States||4,700,000|
|Amazon||440||5||Jeffrey Stellwagon||United States||7,600,000|
|Amazon||440||7||Rafael Fernandes||United States||23,300,000|
|Amazon||440||9||Eric Kim||United States||5,975,000|
After 9,399 entries over two starting days, 49 players return to the felt for the final day of Event #55: $400 Colossus, live here at The Rio Hotel and Casino.
Today's action will play down to a winner with each remaining participant already securing a payday of at least $6,120, One lucky winner will take home a brand new coveted WSOP gold bracelet alongside the $314,705 first-place cash.
The penultimate day saw Rafael Fernandes (23,300,000) take the chip lead at the end of the night, he is the only player over the 20 million-chip mark. Fernandes is followed by John Trinh with 18,850,000 and Elad Kubi with 18,675,000 going into the final day.
Also still in the tournament, and seeking to add another WSOP gold bracelet to their collection, are Anatolii Zyrin (9,675,000), Vincas Tamasauskas (6,025,000), Brett Apter (3,000,000) and Carlos Chang (1,775,000). Other notables with above-average stacks include Timothy Miles (8,850,000),Inkyu Choi (5,025,000), Avi Cohen (12,675,000) and Barbara Enright (1,900,000).
When the final day gets under way today at 10 a.m. local time, blinds will restart at Level 33, with blinds at 200,000/400,000 and a 400,000 ante. There will be a 15-minute break every three levels.
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Yonatan Basin was in the hijack and announced all in with only shorter stacks behind him. Phuoc Nguyen was in the big blind and instantly called off his stack of 6,050,000.
The flop came and Nguyen held his dominating advantage. The on the turn and the on the river gave the at risk Nguyen a full double up.
In a blind versus blind limped pot, the flop showed when Abhishek Goindi bet 400,000 and Vladas Tamasauskas made the call.
The turn brought the , Tamasauskas called another bet from Goindi for 975,000.
On the river, Goindi announced all in for 3,750,000 and Tamasauskas quickly called with a stack that just covered their opponent. Goindi revealed for two pair but Tamasauskas showed for a better two pair. Goindi made his way to the payout desk.
The action folded around to John Trinh in the small blind who made it 900,000. Priscilla Lake called from the big blind and the flop came . Trinh checked to Lake who shoved all in for 2,775,000 and Trinh instantly called.
Lake flopped a pair of sevens but Trinh had two pair already. However, the on the turn gave Lake trip sevens and the on the river secured her double up.
Big stack Rafael Fernandes open-shoved under the gun and was called by Jerry Zehr on the button for around 4,600,000 as did Ryan Johal with only 2,150,000 chips left.
Zehr had the best starting hand but the board fell , giving a pair of aces to Johal for the triple up, while Zehr took down the side pot.