Dan 2 končan
Dan 2 končan
Day 2 of Event #78: $1,500 Pot-Limit Omaha Bounty started with 247 returning players, and after 10 levels of play only 42 remain. Kazuhiko Yotsushika finished the day atop the leaderboard with 2,148,000 in chips, followed by Joao Simao (1,855,000), Joseph Liberta (1,371,000), Jesse Sylvia (1,119,000) and Toby Lewis (1,062,000) who round out the top five.
The pace of play on Day 2 wasn’t quite as fast and furious as Day 1, but with 247 bounties still in play, each worth $500 each, there was definitely no shortage of action.
The money bubble burst in Level 13 after Daniel Negreanu eliminated Vamshi Vandanapu in 171st place, and the remaining 170 players were all guaranteed a minimum of $1,416. Many notables, including numerous bracelet winners, returned to play on Day 2, but the likes of JC Tran, Brandon Shack-Harris and Corey Hochman were sent to the rail without cashing.
Other Day 2 casualties who made their way to the payout desk included Ismael Bojang (170th place), Jessica Dawley (167th place), Phil Hellmuth (155th place), Jonathan Dimmig (60th place) and Conor Drinan (45th place).
Some of the notables that moved onto Day 3 include Bryce Yockey (1,003,000), Jeff Lisandro (488,000) Kevin Eyster (189,000) and Daniel Negreanu (120,000). They will join the other 38 returning players on Day 3 and play down to a winner. They may have $3,553 locked up and there are still 42 bounties in play, but they all have their eyes on the WSOP gold bracelet and $177,823 top prize.
Play resumes at noon local time on Thursday and restarts at Level 21 with blinds of 8,000 and 16,000. There will be a 15-minute break after every two levels and a 60-minute dinner break after level 26 (approximately 6:30 p.m.).
The PokerNews team will be there from when the first card is dealt until the last card hits the felt and the 78th bracelet of the 2019 WSOP is awarded.
|Room||Table||Seat||Player||Country||Chip Count||Big Blinds|
|Amazon||489||1||Heng Zhang||United States||757,000||47|
|Amazon||489||3||Yik Chiu||Hong Kong||341,000||21|
|Amazon||489||5||Richard Tuhrim||United States||791,000||49|
|Amazon||489||6||Toby Lewis||United Kingdom||1,062,000||66|
|Amazon||489||7||Bradley Butcher||United States||705,000||44|
|Amazon||489||8||Timothy Chung||United Kingdom||929,000||58|
|Amazon||489||9||Joseph Liberta||United States||1,371,000||86|
|Amazon||490||1||Andriy Lyubovetskiy||United Kingdom||254,000||16|
|Amazon||490||4||Kang Hyun Lee||Canada||339,000||21|
|Amazon||490||5||Jim Collopy||United States||673,000||42|
|Amazon||490||6||Michael Amato||United States||1,181,000||74|
|Amazon||490||7||Zachary Hench||United States||341,000||21|
|Amazon||490||8||Martin Zamani||United States||488,000||31|
|Amazon||491||1||Scott Sharpe||United States||715,000||45|
|Amazon||491||3||Jonathan Ng||United States||519,000||32|
|Amazon||491||5||Jason Stockfish||United States||464,000||29|
|Amazon||491||7||Bryce Yockey||United States||1,003,000||63|
|Amazon||491||8||Rod Fani||United States||614,000||38|
|Amazon||491||9||Kevin Eyster||United States||189,000||12|
|Amazon||497||2||Senovio Ramirez III||United States||472,000||30|
|Amazon||497||3||Joseph Mobley||United States||836,000||52|
|Amazon||497||4||Raj Vohra||United States||461,000||29|
|Amazon||497||5||Ryan Lenaghan||United States||646,000||40|
|Amazon||497||6||Tim Seidensticker||United States||435,000||27|
|Amazon||497||7||Lance Howard||United States||532,000||33|
|Amazon||497||8||Guy Bowen||United States||561,000||35|
|Amazon||497||9||Jon Stanfield||United States||498,000||31|
|Amazon||498||1||Peter Kelly||United States||660,000||41|
|Amazon||498||2||Andrew Choi||United States||207,000||13|
|Amazon||498||5||Jesse Sylvia||United States||1,114,000||70|
|Amazon||498||7||Qinghai Pan||United States||1,110,000||69|
|Amazon||498||8||Horacio Chaves Cortes||Paraguay||586,000||37|
|Amazon||498||9||Jack Duong||United States||180,000||11|
Play has ended for Day 2. The final recap and end-of-day chip counts will follow shortly.
The tournament clock has been paused and it has been announced that the dealers will deal five more hands. The remaining players will then bag and tag for the day and return to action on Day 3.
Michael Amato opened under the gun for 30,000, Joao Simao called from the cutoff and Connor Drinan three-bet to 137,000 on the button. Amato four-bet pot getting a fold from Simao, and Drinan was all in.
The flop fell giving Amato the open-ended straight draw and he would get there on the turn.
Drinan was drawing dead and the dealer completed the board with the river and Drinan exited the tournament.
Action has slowed down a bit in the last few minutes, perhaps in anticipation of bagging up and returning to play on Day 3.
Action picked up on a flop of in a headsup pot.
The big-blind player checked over to Qinghai Pan and he put out a pot-sized bet of 80,000. The big-blind player then check-raised to 175,000 and Pan made the call.
On the turn the big-blind player moved all in and Pan asked for a count. Once the dealer confirmed 334,000 total, Pan counted out his stack and saw that making the call would leave him with 15,000 behind. He went into the tank for over a minute before he announced "Call."
The all-in player had flopped top set, but Pan had straight and flush draws and needed to hit a card that didn't pair the board. The river was one of those cards and he eliminated his opponent late on Day 2 with the rivered flush.
Lance Howard opened for 25,000 from late position and Javier Zarco three-bet pot from the cutoff. Action was on the small blind player who four-bet pot getting a fold from Howard and Zarco jammed getting a call from his opponent.
Zarco was behind but received some help from the flop.
The turn fell the and Zarco needed a heart to fall on the river to survive but instead, the dealer peeled off the case and he was eliminated from the tournament.