Event #82: $800 No-Limit Hold'em Deepstack
Dnevi:
12

Event Info

Prijavnina $800
Nagradni sklad $1,979,648
Players 2,820

Informacije o trenutnem nivoju

Nivo 45
Slepe stave 2,500,000 / 5,000,000
Ante 5,000,000

Informacije o igralcih - Dan 2

Število preostalih igralcev 1
Vseh prijavljenih 167

Where Are They Now: Ron “The Carolina Express” Stanley Battled Stu Ungar at 1997 WSOP

Chad_Holloway • Nivo 36: 300,000-600,000, 600,000 ante
Ron Stanley
Ron Stanley

Throughout the 1990s and early 2000s, Ron “The Carolina Express” Stanley, 70, was one of the most feared players in the game. In fact, he even went toe-to-toe with the legendary Stu Ungar at the final table of the 1997 World Series of Poker (WSOP) Main Event. It was there that Stanley donned a tuxedo while playing in the intense Las Vegas heat on Fremont Street.

Stanley, who has been playing poker for a living for “at least 50 years,” was recently spotted at the 2022 WSOP and was kind enough to chat with PokerNews.

“My dad used to play poker and he’d take me to the games when I was a kid,” he said about how he learned poker in the first place. “I was watching and it got pretty interesting. He was pretty good at it and I picked it up from him. It’s in my blood I guess.”

While he hasn’t had any major tournament scores since before the Poker Boom, Stanley is still on the grind.

“I play poker 5-6 days a week at least, mostly cash games,” he said. “In Vegas, I mostly play at South Point, but I’ve been in South Carolina for six months playing a lot of home games.”

Click here to read Ron Stanley's full interview!

Nivo:
36
Slepe stave:
300,000/600,000
Ante:
600,000

Donny Casho Eliminated in 9th Place ($26,413)

lewispowell2000 • Nivo 35: Blinds 250,000-500,000, 500,000 ante
Donny Casho
Donny Casho

Richard Alsup raised to 1,000,000 from the cutoff and Donny Casho moved in from the small blind for his last 150,000.

Donny Casho: {8-Clubs}{2-Diamonds}
Richard Alsup: {a-Diamonds}{j-Clubs}

The board ran out {j-Diamonds}{5-Clubs}{4-Clubs}{2-Clubs}{6-Diamonds} eliminating Casho in ninth place for $26,413. Casho said on his way out. "It was nice to be at the final table," having survived just two hands.

Richard Alsup us
Richard Alsup
us 9,500,000 5,100,000
Donny Casho us
Donny Casho
us Izpadel

Oznake: Donny CashoRichard Alsup

Final Table Redraw

lewispowell2000 • Nivo 35: Blinds 250,000-500,000, 500,000 ante
SeatPlayerCountryChip Count
1Patrick TruongUnited States27,500,000
2Donny CashoUnited States625,000
3Frederick BrownUnited States10,000,000
4Gary WhiteheadUnited Kingdom9,000,000
5Ryan JaworskiUnited States23,000,000
6Ari EngelCanada9,200,000
7Artem MetalidiUkraine9,500,000
8Richard AlsupUnited States9,500,000
9Marc MacdonnellIreland20,000,000

Michael Kelly Eliminated in 10th Place ($20,891)

Toogood32 • Nivo 35: Blinds 250,000-500,000, 500,000 ante
Michael Kelly
Michael Kelly

After Ryan Jaworski opened to 1,200,000 from the button, Michael Kelly called leaving himself around 2,000,000 behind, which he moved in to the pot on a flop of {2-Diamonds}{5-Clubs}{4-Diamonds} which Jaworski called

Michael Kelly: {5-Hearts}{3-Hearts}
Ryan Jaworski: {a-Hearts}{8-Diamonds}

The turn {7-Hearts} and river {6-Clubs} gave Jaworski a straight from four to eight to bust Kelly in 10th for just shy of $21,000.

Ryan Jaworski US
Ryan Jaworski
US 24,000,000 1,025,000
Michael Kelly us
Michael Kelly
us Izpadel

Oznake: Michael KellyRyan Jaworski

Robert Pisel Eliminated in 11th Place ($20,891)

Toogood32 • Nivo 35: Blinds 250,000-500,000, 500,000 ante
Robert Pisel
Robert Pisel

Robert Pisel in the cutoff was heads-up on a flop against Gary Whitehead, Whitehead in the big blind after a min-raise from Pisel and call from Whitehead.

The flop of {7-Spades}{7-Diamonds}{3-Diamonds} was check-called by Whitehead. On the {k-Hearts} turn, Whitehead once again checked. Pisel then fired all in and Whitehead snapped him off.

Robert Pisel: {6-Spades}{7-Spades}
Gary Whitehead: {10-Spades}{7-Hearts}

It was a huge cooler as both players flopped trips. The {8-Hearts} completed the board as Pisel mistakingly celebrated, thinking it was a chop, when in fact Whitehead's ten played, sending Pisel to the rail in 11th.

Gary Whitehead gb
Gary Whitehead
gb 11,100,000 4,325,000
Robert Pisel us
Robert Pisel
us Izpadel

Oznake: Gary WhiteheadRobert Pisel

Nivo:
35
Slepe stave:
250,000/500,000
Ante:
500,000

Dinner Break

lewispowell2000 • Nivo 34: Blinds 200,000-400,000, 400,000 ante

The final 11 players have been on a 60 minute dinner break. Play will resume at approximately 7:35 p.m. local time.

Truong Bad Beats Alsup in Huge Pot

lewispowell2000 • Nivo 34: Blinds 200,000-400,000, 400,000 ante

Patrick Truong raised to 800,000 from the cutoff and Richard Alsup called in the big blind.

The flop came {q-Diamonds}{j-Hearts}{6-Diamonds} and Truong continued for 550,000. Alsup called.

The {6-Spades} was the turn pairing the board. Alsup checked to Truong who tanked for a while before betting 1,300,000. Alsup wasn't budging and made the call.

The river was the {3-Clubs} and Alsup checked. Truong again went deep into the tank before betting 4,000,000. Alsup called. It was a bad beat as Truong turned over {j-Clubs}{j-Spades} for a full house while Alsup had turned trip sixes. The pot put Truong in a commanding position and left Alsup with significantly less chips.

Patrick Truong us
Patrick Truong
us 17,600,000 3,400,000
Richard Alsup us
Richard Alsup
us 4,400,000 -8,100,000

Oznake: Patrick TruongRichard Alsup