Dan 4 končan
Dan 4 končan
Day 4 of Event #37: $1,500 Millionaire Maker No-Limit Hold’em saw 24 players start the day and only five players make it to the fifth and final day. Action will resume on Wednesday at 4 p.m. local time and although the five remaining players have locked up $301,346, they will all be looking to win the WSOP gold bracelet and the $1,125,141 first-place prize that awaits one of them.
Leading the charge is Tyler Gaston, who is searching for his first career bracelet win and is in great position to do so with 64,000,000 chips. Right on his heels is Yuliyan Kolev, a 2021 Online WSOP bracelet winner, who will be looking for his second as he bagged 58,300,000 chips.
Day 4 Millionaire Maker Chip Counts
|Rank||Player||Country||Chip Count||Day 5 Big Blinds|
|1||Tyler Gaston||United States||64,000,000||53|
|5||Dominic Brazier||United States||10,200,000||9|
There was tons of action Day 4 as the 24 remaining players duked it out to make it through the day. The first to be eliminated was Tri Dao when he ran his pocket eights into Kevin Houghton's queen-ten and was rivered by a ten. Vito DiStefano also had a great run, especially when he cracked Linus Richter's pocket aces with king-ten when he hit a full house for a big pot.
Ironically, he was knocked out in 17th place when he ran seven-eight into Kolev's king-ten and the board favored the Bulgarian player with a king. But none of the action can compare to the number of knockouts Gaston acquired. He ended the day with six eliminations, and at one point he had three times that of the second-place chip leader.
Play resumes at 4 p.m. local time Wednesday, June 22nd, and will be streamed on PokerGO on a one-hour delay. Play will start with about 26 minutes left in Level 36 with blinds at 600,000/1,200,000.
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Action has concluded for the day with the elimination of Stanley Weng as the remaining five will return tomorrow for the streamed final table at 4 p.m. local time. Stay tuned for a full recap and final chip counts for the day.
Yuliyan Kolev raised to 2,500,000 from under the gun. Action folded around to Stanley Weng in the big blind who moved all in for 26,000,000. Kolev snap called covering Weng.
Weng was in trouble as it was a cooler with Kolev's aces dominating his queens. The queen didn't come as the board ran out which eliminated Weng in 6th place for nearly a quarter of a million dollars.
Alen Tenorio moved all in from early position for 5,100,000. It folded around to Tyler Gaston in the big blind was made the call.
The board ran out eliminating the Day 3 chip leader in 8th place.
- Slepe stave:
Bastien joly open-shoved preflop and it was immediately reshoved by Stanley Weng. All other players folded and the two tabled their cards, with Joly at risk.
Bastien Joly :
Stanley Weng :
The board ran out which gave Weng the victory. Bastien Joly was eliminated in eighth place for a nice payout of $138,821.
Nick Marchington raised from early position to 3,000,000. Dominant chip leader Tyler Gaston raised in the cutoff to 10,000,000. Marchington called off for his tournament life.
The board ran out as Marchington was eliminated in 9th place.
Alen Tenorio moved all in from early position for 4,000,000 and was called by Tyler Gaston in the big blind.
The board ran out giving Tenorio the much needed double up.
In a four-way limped pot, the flop came . Action checked to Nick Marchington who bet the last of his chips, a humble 900,000. he was then snapped off by Dominic Brazier. After a few moments, Oren Rosen also decided to go along. There were now three players going to a turn, with Marchington at risk.
The turn and the river were both checked through and Brazier and Rosen tabled and . respectively, for a busted straight draw. Then Marchington tabled for a pair and also the outs to his opponents' draws. He was awarded the pot for a much needed triple up.