Dan 1b končan
Dan 1b končan
Day 1b of the $1,700 Horseshoe Hammond Main Event accumulated a total of 588 entries adding to the 475 entries on Day 1a for a combined total of 1063 entries. 94 players advanced in Day 1a and 114 advanced in Day 1b for a total of 208 returning at 11:00 a.m. on Sunday, October 20th.
The day was action-packed from the get-go and the top three stacks were all very close, with Ryan Lally bagging the chiplead with 448,000 in chips. Right behind him are both Gregory Stellatos and Sachin Chopra tied with 442,500.
Ryan Lally got a decent portion of his chips in the middle of the day eliminating Marshall White calling a turn shove with a pair of eights that held.
Gregory Stellatos got a very good start to the day picking up aces against kings and queens in a three-way all-in and holding to eliminate both of the opponents.
Some other notables to survive to Day 2 with big stacks were Aram Zobian with 326,000, Aaron Massey with 167,500, Eric Salazar with 134,500 and Ryan Jones who bagged 104,000
The majority of players did not find a bag at the end of the night though, being eliminate throughout. Those of who include Michael Wang, Kelly Minkin, Javier Zarco, Nick Pupillo and Kevin Maahs.
The 114 remaining will join the 94 players who survived on Day 1a for a total of 208 returning to the felt for the battle to win the $272,322 and a WSOPC Gold Ring on Day 2 at 11am on Sunday.
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The floor has announced six more hands before the end of play.
Brekstyn Schutten three-bet from the small blind to 20,000. Javier Zarco moved all in from big blind. The initial raiser folded and Schutten snap called.
Zarco knew he was in trouble as soon as the snap call came and sure enough Schutten showed the which was trouncing the of Zarco.
The board ran out safe for the aces as it came and Schutten secured a huge double up in the last level of the night.
On a flop of and about 25,000 in the middle Ryan Jones check-raised his opponents bet of 17,000 all-in for 86,000 and after a few minutes his opponent let his hand go.
Jones showed the as he threw his hand into the muck.
Jesus Sanchez was all-in preflop for 32,000 and was called by Matt Lushin in the big blind and a player from early position.
On a flop of Lushin shoved his remaining 35,000 and the early position player called.
Lushin was way out in front with his pair of aces and the fell on the turn giving both his opponents a straight draw, but the on the river was no help to either of them and Lushin more than doubled his stack while eliminating Sanchez from the tournament.
- Slepe stave:
All the chips went in the middle preflop and Damarjai Davenport was at risk for roughly 31,500 against the big blind.
It was a classic race until the flop came putting Davenport in the lead and the board completed with the on the turn and on the river for Davenport to double up and stay in the tournament.