Dan 2 končan
Dan 2 končan
Day 2 of Event #55: $1,500 Seven Card Stud began with 68 players remaining from the starting field of 298 players. After 10 levels on Thursday, only seven players remain in the hunt to capture a World Series of Poker bracelet and the first-place prize of $96,907.
On top of the chip counts is Tsong Lin with 791,000. In the middle of the pack when the field was down to three tables, Lin quietly ascended the counts. By the time the unofficial final table was reached, Lin was second in leaderboard. From there he went on an absolute tear, more than doubling his stack in the last level and a half of play to bag a sizable lead of 11 big bets. Yueqi Zhu is second in chips with 512,000, while Cheryl Denzik is third with 304,000. When the players redrew for seats at the final three tables, Denzik had only a half of a big bet. She ran that up into the chip lead within two levels before settling back into the pack a bit.
Here is the lineup for Day 3:
|Brasilia 1||1||Daniel Mogavero||United States||163,000|
|Brasilia 1||2||Tom Koral||United States||147,000|
|Brasilia 1||3||Cheryl Denzik||United States||304,000|
|Brasilia 1||4||Tsong Lin||United States||791,000|
|Brasilia 1||5||Yueqi Zhu||China||512,000|
|Brasilia 1||6||Alexander Freund||Austria||206,000|
|Brasilia 1||7||Todd Bui||United States||113,000|
Play resumes Friday at 2 p.m. in the Brasilia Room where the next WSOP champion will be crowned.
In one of the last hands of the night, Tsong Lin completed and Alexander Freund raised. Lin called and then checked on fourth street. Freund bet and Lin called. On fifth street, the betting lead changed to Freund and he bet out. Lin raised with three spades showing and Freund called.
On sixth street, Freund checked, Lin bet with four spades showing, and after a long pause, Freund called. On seventh street, Freund checked again and Lin bet again. Freund folded his hand and Lin collected another pot to extend his chip lead even further just before play concluded for the night.
Tom Koral completed, Tsong Lin raised, and Koral called. On fourth street, Lin bet and Koral called. On fifth street, Lin checked, Koral bet, and Lin called. On sixth street, Lin check-called another bet from Koral, and they both checked seventh street.
Lin showed for a pair of jacks, and that was good for the pot.
Koral: / /
Bui: / /
Todd Bui completed on third street, Tom Koral raised, and Bui called.
Bui check-called bets from Koral up until seventh street, before he opted to check-fold.
Denzik: / /
Lin: / /
Cheryl Denzik completed on third street and Tsong Lin called.
Denzik bet on fourth street, Lin raised, Denzik reraised, and Lin called.
Denzik bet on fifth, Lin called, and from there Lin check-called bets on sixth and seventh.
Denzik tabled for aces and jacks, Lin mucked, and Denzik won the pot.
Zhu: / - fold
Cheryl Denzik completed, Lin called, and Zhu, who was the bring-in, also called. On fourth street, Lin bet, Zhu called, and Denzik called. On fifth street, Lin bet again, Zhu folded, and Denzik called.
On sixth street, Lin bet and Denzik raised. Lin called and then he checked dark on seventh street. Denzik bet and Lin shook his head a little and then called.
Denzik shook her head and Lin said he had aces. She said, "That's good."
Lin tabled for a pair of aces and took down the pot, extending his chip lead even further.
Alexander Freund completed and Daniel Mogavero called. On fourth street, Mogavero checked, Freund bet, Mogavero raised, and Freund called. On fifth street, Mogavero bet and Freund called.
On sixth street, Freund bet with a pair of queens showing and Mogavero called. On seventh street, Freund bet again and Mogavero thought for several seconds and called.
Zhu: / /
Bui: / /
Tryba: / / (all in on fourth street)
Yueqi Zhu was the bring-in, Todd Bui completed, Chris Tryba raised, Zhu called, and Bui called.
Tryba bet with the best board on fourth street, Zhu raised, Bui called, and Tryba called all in.
Zhu bet his open pair of queens on fifth street, Bui raised with his open pair of deuces, and Zhu called. Zhu check-called a bet from Bui on sixth street before both players checked on seventh street.
Zhu showed for trip queens, Bui mucked, and Tryba showed for a defeated trip eights to bust in eighth place.