[Online] $500 No-Limit Hold'em Summer Saver

Event Info

Prijavnina $500
Nagradni sklad $741,600
Players 1,648

Informacije o trenutnem nivoju

Nivo 43
Slepe stave 160,000 / 320,000
Ante 40,000

Informacije o igralcih - Dan 1

Število preostalih igralcev 1
Vseh prijavljenih 1,648

Jackson Loses Early Pot

lewispowell2000 • Nivo 2: Blinds 30-60, 0 ante

Tammy "VAJJ1" Anderson raised to 217 from early position after a limp and was called by middle postion, ANaggs in the cutoff and Robert "bjacks" Jackson in the big blind. The limper also called.

Players went five-ways to the flop of {10-Spades}{6-Clubs}{3-Hearts}. Anderson bet 846 and was called by ANaggs and Jackson.

The turn came the {a-Hearts} and action checked to ANaggs who bet 1,680. Only Jackson called.

The {4-Diamonds} was the river and ANaggs bet 2,760. Anderson made the call but was disappointed when ANaggs turned over {a-Spades}{10-Clubs} for two pair to take down the pot.

28,448 28,448
Tammy "VAJJ1" Anderson US
Tammy "VAJJ1" Anderson
US 21,653 21,653
Robert "bjacks" Jackson us
Robert "bjacks" Jackson
us 14,282 14,282
Slepe stave:

Yuan Wins Four-Bet Pot

lewispowell2000 • Nivo 1: Blinds 25-50, 0 ante

Ye "Yuan365" Yuan raised to 125 from early position. He was three-bet on the button to 385 by Daniel "Ultradonk420" Pricola. Yuan four-bet to 1,500 and Pricola called.

The flop came {7-Spades}{6-Hearts}{4-Hearts} and action went check-check.

The turn was the {q-Diamonds} and Pricola bet 1,200 when checked to. Yuan called.

The {3-Spades} was the river and Pricola bet 1,300 when checked to by Yuan. Yuan called. Pricola turned over {10-Spades}{10-Clubs} which couldn't beat Yuan who had {a-Diamonds}{q-Spades}.

Ye "Yuan365" Yuan us
Ye "Yuan365" Yuan
us 24,075 24,075
Daniel "Ultradonk420" Pricola us
Daniel "Ultradonk420" Pricola
us 16,150 16,150

Oznake: Daniel PricolaYe Yuan

Slepe stave:

Early Birds

Joseph "melonhead" Bartholdi us
Joseph "melonhead" Bartholdi
us 20,000 20,000
Chris "BetURaise" Brewer
Chris "BetURaise" Brewer
20,000 20,000
Brandon "DrOctagon" Adams us
Brandon "DrOctagon" Adams
us 20,000 20,000
Andrew "KittyXoXo" Gonder us
Andrew "KittyXoXo" Gonder
us 20,000 20,000
Barret "AshleyMagic" Noble us
Barret "AshleyMagic" Noble
us 20,000 20,000
Aram "X69Podheiser" Zobian us
Aram "X69Podheiser" Zobian
us 20,000 20,000
Greg "DustedYou" Merson us
Greg "DustedYou" Merson
us 20,000 20,000
Tony "Panoramic" Dunst us
Tony "Panoramic" Dunst
us 20,000 20,000
Scott "Rumcake" Ball us
Scott "Rumcake" Ball
us 20,000 20,000
Jason "qigong" Werrell us
Jason "qigong" Werrell
us 20,000 20,000
John "Pokerbull197" Dombroski us
John "Pokerbull197" Dombroski
us 20,000 20,000
Dana "propjoe" Muse us
Dana "propjoe" Muse
us 20,000 20,000
Julio "PrsFinest" Clavell us
Julio "PrsFinest" Clavell
us 20,000 20,000
Michael "PurePlayer11" Cannon us
Michael "PurePlayer11" Cannon
us 20,000 20,000
Jarred "godsbigtoe" Gabin us
Jarred "godsbigtoe" Gabin
us 20,000 20,000
Ryan "GoFeltaFish2" Eriquezzo us
Ryan "GoFeltaFish2" Eriquezzo
us 20,000 20,000
KL "highhands89" Cleeton us
KL "highhands89" Cleeton
us 20,000 20,000

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

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!

Last Chance for Bracelet Glory in the $500 No-Limit Hold'em Summer Saver

WSOP Bracelet
WSOP Bracelet

Players will take to the virtual felt for their last opportunity to win a gold bracelet in the 13th and final online World Series of Bracelet event on the summer. Hundreds will be hoping to save their summer and end their WSOP on a high.

Last years winner was Brad "1badcajun" Zusman who won the bracelet and $79,683 by defeating the field of 917 entrants which generated a prize pool of $412,650 prize pool. It was Zusman's first career bracelet.

2021 WSOP Event #31: $500 NLH Summer Saver

1Brad "1badcajun" Zusman$79,683
2Mark "victb" Ioli$49,270
3Josh "YoelRomero" King$34,704
4Jeff "bortzork" Miller$24,759
5Jason "TheBigGift" Gooch$17,909
6Orson "borgatcha" Young$13,122
7Conrad "KerriP" Simpson$9,780
8Jeremy "g00sebumps" Menard$7,386
9David "dave419" Nodes$5,653

The WSOP.com lobby currently shows 100 players registered for this tournament an hour before the start, including the likes of Joseph “melonhead” Bartholdi, Chris “BetURaise” Brewer, and Brandon “DrOctagon” Adams.

Players begin with 20,000 chips. Levels last 15 minutes, with a five-minute break every 55 minutes past the hour. Players are allowed up to three re-entries during the tournament until late registration closes at 8:15 p.m. local time for their last chance to win a WSOP gold bracelet this summer.

PokerNews will be following all the action and providing live updates throughout the day until a new champion is crowned.

[Online] $500 No-Limit Hold'em Summer Saver
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