Event #14: $1,500 H.O.R.S.E.
Event #14: $1,500 H.O.R.S.E.
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Loman Leads 18 After Day 2; Multiple Bracelet Winners in Contention

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Kyle Loman In the Lead After Day 2
Kyle Loman In the Lead After Day 2

Day 2 of the 2017 World Series of Poker Event #14: $1,500 H.O.R.S.E. saw a total of 168 players return to the tables of the Rio All-Suite Hotel and Casino and more than 50 hopefuls were sent to the rail empty-handed. After ten and a half levels, only 18 mixed-game specialists are still in contention and Kyle Loman leads the field of survivors with 580,000.

Loman is closely followed by Paul Sokoloff (540,000) and bracelet winner David Singer (525,000), while two-time bracelet winner David "Bakes" Baker bagged up 479,000. Esther Taylor (336,000) is followed by other notables such as Richard Ashby (269,000) and the "Italian" Pirate Max Pescatori (228,000), who may claim his fifth gold bracelet tomorrow. Defending champion Ian Johns (172,000) is still in contention to join the club of four-time bracelet winners, while Brandon Shack-Harris (125,000) has two WSOP bracelets to his name thus far.

The action got underway in two different rooms and within just two levels, all players were united in the Brasilia Room. Among those to bust before the money were Jon Turner, Michael "The Grinder" Mizrachi, Anthony Zinno, Eric Rodawig and Jean Montury. The bubble burst when three players were at risk on three different tables. Jonathan Williams and Lonnie Heimowitz failed to survive their all in and split the min-cash of $2,247 evenly.

Soon after, Jason Mercier and Mihails Morozovs headed to the rail, and the field was cut down significantly until the dinner break after the sixth level of the day. Owais Ahmed, Vladimir Shchemelev, Daniel Weinman and John Monnette were just a few big names that cashed, but failed to bag up chips. Daniel Negreanu had to settle for 67th place for $2,612 when he failed to improve in a seven-card stud hi-lo hand with a four-card low and flush draw.Barbara Enright followed him to the rail soon after.

Other notables that cashed include Ronnie Bardah (59th, for $2,855), Mike Gorodinsky (50th, for $3,181), Randy Ohel (47th, for $3,611), Chris Tryba (36th, for $4,173), Marco Johnson, Mike Wattel and Frankie O'Dell (32nd, 31st and 27th respectively, for $4,911 each). Start-of-the-day chip leader Adam Dickson, mainly a cash game player in the UK, ultimately had to settle for 22nd place and recorded his first cash at the WSOP for $5,882.

Event #14: $1,500 H.O.R.S.E. Day 3 Seat Assignments

RoomTableSeatPlayerCountryChip Count
Brasilia7151Kyle LomanUnited States580,000
Brasilia7152Ian JohnsUnited States172,000
Brasilia7154Yuval BronshteinIsrael105,000
Brasilia7156Andrew KelsallUnited States418,000
Brasilia7157Mike CoombsUnited States283,000
Brasilia7158Max PescatoriItaly228,000
Brasilia7161Jan SteinUnited States92,000
Brasilia7162Brandon Shack-HarrisUnited States125,000
Brasilia7164Richard AshbyUnited Kingdom269,000
Brasilia7165James RichburgUnited Kingdom172,000
Brasilia7166Paul SokoloffCanada540,000
Brasilia7168David “Bakes” BakerUnited States479,000
Brasilia7171Esther TaylorUnited States336,000
Brasilia7172Jon SeamanUnited States149,000
Brasilia7173David SingerUnited States525,000
Brasilia7174Wayne LaMonicaUnited States451,000
Brasilia7175Frederic MossCanada419,000
Brasilia7178Adam CrawfordCanada186,000

All remaining 18 hopefuls have $5,882 locked up, while all eyes are set on the first-place prize of $203,709. The PokerNews live reporting team will be back to provide all the action from the floor when the action resumes at 12 p.m. noon local time, with 30 minutes remaining in level 21 and limits of 12,000/24,000.

Oznake: Adam DicksonAnthony ZinnoBarbara EnrightChris TrybaDaniel NegreanuDaniel WeinmanDavid "Bakes" BakerDavid SingerEsther TaylorFrankie O'DellIan JohnsJason MercierJean MonturyJohn MonnetteKyle LomanLonnie HeimowitzMarco JohnsonMax PescatoriMichael MizrachiMihails MorozovsMike GorodinskyMike WattelOwais AhmedPaul SokoloffRandy OhelRichard AshbyRonnie Bardah

Final Chip Counts Day 2 (v celoti)

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Kyle Loman us
Kyle Loman
us 580,000
Paul Sokoloff gb
Paul Sokoloff
gb 540,000
David Singer us
David Singer
us 525,000
David "Bakes" Baker us
David "Bakes" Baker
us 479,000 379,000
Kevin LaMonica US
Kevin LaMonica
US 451,000
Frederic Moss ca
Frederic Moss
ca 419,000 134,000
Andrew Kelsall us
Andrew Kelsall
us 418,000 133,000
Esther Taylor us
Esther Taylor
us 336,000 -4,000
Mike Coombs us
Mike Coombs
us 283,000 40,000
Richard Ashby gb
Richard Ashby
gb 269,000 59,000
Max Pescatori it
Max Pescatori
it 228,000 -7,000
Adam Crawford ca
Adam Crawford
ca 186,000
Ian Johns us
Ian Johns
us 172,000 -220,000
James Richburg us
James Richburg
us 172,000 -153,000
Jon Seaman us
Jon Seaman
us 149,000 -47,000
Brandon Shack-Harris us
Brandon Shack-Harris
us 125,000 45,000
Yuval Bronshtein il
Yuval Bronshtein
il 105,000 -140,000
Jan Stein us
Jan Stein
us 92,000 -23,000

Preberi vse

Singer Claims Last Hand

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David Singer: {X-}{X-} / {6-Spades}{3-Spades}{7-Hearts}{Q-Spades} / {X-}
Wayne LaMonica: {X-}{X-} / {3-Diamonds}{9-Clubs}{5-Spades}{6-Clubs} / {X-}
Adam Crawford: {X-}{X-} / {3-Hearts}{Q-Clubs}{6-Hearts}{5-Clubs} / {X-}

David Singer completed and Wayne LaMonica called before Adam Crawford raised, picking up calls from both players. Singer bet fourth and fifth street and received a call from both players before it was LaMonica that checked sixth street. Crawford bet and Singer raised, again both opponents called.

On seventh street, the action checked to Singer and he bet. LaMonica quickly folded, while Crawford did so after plenty of consideration. "I folded an eight," Crawford added and Singer replied with a "good fold" to claim the last hand of the night.

David Singer us
David Singer
us 525,000 215,000
Kevin LaMonica US
Kevin LaMonica
US 451,000 96,000
Adam Crawford ca
Adam Crawford
ca 186,000 44,000

Oznake: Adam CrawfordDavid SingerWayne LaMonica

Klevitz KOd by Bakes

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William Klevitz
William Klevitz


According to David "Bakes" Baker, he eliminated William Klevitz with aces full when Klevitz had a king showing.

William Klevitz us
William Klevitz
us Izpadel

"This is Gonna be a Close One"

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Jan Stein: {X-}{X-} / {6-Clubs}{Q-Clubs}{4-Spades}{9-Spades} / {X-}
Brandon Shack-Harris: {X-}{X-} / {6-Hearts}{Q-Hearts}{5-Spades}{9-Hearts} / {X-}

Brandon Shack-Harris lost a big pot to Paul Sokoloff before the break and suddenly dropped to the short stack. He got into a razz hand with table neighbor Jan Stein just now and except for a completion on third street, nothing much was happening. As they checked sixth street, Stein joked "this is gonna be a close one," and the seventh street was also checked.

Stein flashed {J-Diamonds}{7-Hearts}{4-Diamonds} and Shack-Harris double checked his cards before mucking {6-Spades}{5-Diamonds}{J-} for the slightly inferior hand.

Paul Sokoloff gb
Paul Sokoloff
gb 550,000 -20,000
Jan Stein us
Jan Stein
us 115,000 -20,000
Brandon Shack-Harris us
Brandon Shack-Harris
us 80,000 -350,000

Oznake: Jan SteinPaul SokoloffBrandon Shack-Harris

Last Break of the Night

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The remaining 20 players are on their final 15-minute break of the night. Once they return to the tables, they will play another half level for 30 minutes total and bag up for tomorrow.

Martinez Mashed by Moss

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Henry Martinez
Henry Martinez

Limit Hold'em

On the last hand before break {Q-Clubs}{2-Hearts}{2-Diamonds} flop, the betting was capped between Frederic Moss and Henry Martinez.

On the {6-Diamonds} turn Martinez was all in and at risk.

Martinez: {Q-Spades}{J-Clubs}
Moss: {K-Clubs}{2-Clubs}

Martinez two pair was up against trips and he could survive with only a queen. However the river was a {J-} and he was eliminated.

Frederic Moss ca
Frederic Moss
ca 285,000
Henry Martinez US
Henry Martinez
US Izpadel

Oznake: Frederic MossHenry Martinez