Dan 2 končan
Dan 2 končan
Day 2 of Event #70: $10,000 Ladies No-Limit Hold'em Championship ($1,000 buy-in for ladies) is in the books. After two days of play, only five players remain from the original 718 entries. They all have their eyes on WSOP gold and the top prize of $135,098.
Australian Heidi May finished the day leading the final five with a sizeable lead. May steadily chipped up for most of the day and went into the final table second in chips behind Deborah Worley-Roberts. These two both built big stacks at separate tables with two tables left, and tangled in many pots at the final table. May chipped up drastically in the final level and a half, picking up several pots and then eliminating Alexis Sterner late in the night.
Deborah Worley-Roberts finished the night second in chips with 861,000, and the next biggest stack is Julie Dang with 458,000. Dang survived with a short stack for the last few levels of the day, mostly by shoving and getting folds without having to show down. Jana de la Cerra and Katie Ansorge ended the day as the short stacks with 280,000 and 250,000, respectively.
The day began with 85 players returning, all in the money, and the bustouts were rapid throughout the day. Three-time bracelet winner Vanessa Selbst busted in 56th place ($2,040) early in the day after coming into Day 2 sixth in chips. Lynn Gilmartin was eliminated not long after in 49th place ($2,301). Last year's second-place finisher Amanda Baker hit the rail in 43rd place ($2,647) and Oanh Bui followed in 40th place ($2,647). The start of day chipleader Parm Mehmi was eliminated in 31st place ($3,104) when she four-bet shoved with ace-seven suited and ran into Katie Ansorge's pocket aces. Ansorge went on to final table and bagged chips today.
The unofficial final table was reached shortly after the final break of the night when Karen Sortin busted to Worley-Roberts in 11th place ($7,066) with ace-king against Worley-Roberts' pocket tens and couldn't improve. The next two levels were played at a feature table in the Amazon room, and they lost five more players before play concluded for the night.
The first casualty at the final table was Allison Schultz ($7,066), who busted in tenth place after turning a set of eights and losing most of her chips to Alexis Sterner. Sterner had flopped a set of nines and won that pot. Schultz busted the next hand, and the official final table was born.
Karen Hodge was the next one out when she got all her chips in preflop with pocket queens against Tiffany Lee's pocket aces. Hodge flopped a set of queens, but Lee found a jack on the turn to give her Broadway to eliminate Hodge. Hodge finished in ninth place for a payout of $9,075. Meg Zampino was the eighth-place finisher ($11,858). Zampino three-bet shoved with ace-four suited in the big blind and was called by De la Cerra who had ace-king. Zampino flopped a flush draw, but could not get there.
The next one out was Tiffany Lee. Lee was all in several times with two tables remaining and kept doubling up. She continued that trend at the final table as well, until she ran ace-queen offsuit in the small blind into Sterner's aces on the button and couldn't find a miracle to stay alive. Lee earned $15,760 for her seventh place finish. Sterner was the last elimination of the evening. She finished in sixth place after getting her stack in with king-queen in the small blind against Heidi May's ace-queen in the big blind. They both made a full house but May's queens full of aces was best and Sterner hit the rail, taking home $21,298 for her deep run.
The final five are guaranteed a payout of at least $29,256 and will return Sunday at noon to play down to a winner. They will play 30 more minutes of Level 21 with blinds at 6,000/12,000 and an ante of 2,000. The seating and chip counts to start Day 3 are as follows.
|Amazon Gold||7||1||Julie Dang||United States||458,000|
|Amazon Gold||7||2||Deborah Worley-Roberts||United Kingdom||861,000|
|Amazon Gold||7||3||Jana de la Cerra||United States||280,000|
|Amazon Gold||7||4||Katherine Ansorge||United States||250,000|
|Amazon Gold||7||5||Heidi May||Australia||1,752,000|
The final five players are bagging and tagging and will be back for Day 3 Sunday at noon local time in Amazon Gold.
A full list of counts and a recap will be posted shortly.
Hand #87: Jana de la Cerra raised to 30,000 and got no action
Hand #88: Julie Dang raised to 41,000 from the small blind, and Deborah Worley-Roberts called from the big blind. The flop came . Dang bet 50,000, and Worley-Roberts called. The turn was the . Dang checked, Worley-Roberts bet 125,000, and Dang folded.
Hand #89: Worley-Roberts raised to 31,000 from the small blind, and de la Cerra called from the big blind. The flop came . Worley-Roberts moved all in, and de la Cerra folded.
Hand #90: Heidi May raised to 28,000 from under the gun, Dang three-bet to 75,000, and Worley-Roberts four-bet to 125,000 on the button. May and Dang both folded.
Hand #91: Katherine Ansorge moved all in from the small blind and got no action.
Hand #92: Worley-Roberts raised to 30,000 from under the gun, and Dang called from the big blind. The flop came , and Dang checked. Worley-Roberts bet 75,000, and Dang moved all in. Worley-Roberts folded.
Hand #93: May raised to 28,000 from the button and got no action.
Hand #94: May raised to 28,000 from the cutoff, and Worley-Roberts called from the small blind, as did de la Cerra from the big blind.
The flop came , and action checked to May, who bet 56,000. Worley-Roberts called, and de la Cerra mucked. The turn was the , and both players checked to the on the river. May bet 100,000, and Worley-Roberts called.
May tabled , and Worley-Roberts mucked.
Hand #95: Worley-Roberts raised to 30,000 on the button and got no action.
Alexis Sterner completed in the small blind, and Heidi May raised to 40,000 in the big blind. Sterner then moved all in for 355,000 total, and May called, putting Sterner at risk.
The board ran out . Both players made a full house, but May's was best.
Sterner became the sixth-place finisher, taking home $21,298 for her performance in the tournament.
Hand #82: Heidi May raised to 28,000 on the button, and Deborah Worley-Roberts defended her big blind.
The flop was , and they both checked. On the turn, Worley-Roberts bet 30,000, and May called. The river was the , and Worley-Roberts bet 50,000. May called.
Worley-Roberts said she had a four, then showed . May tabled for two pair on the river to win the pot.
Hand #83: May made it 28,000 in the cutoff, and the remaining players folded.
Hand #84: Worley-Roberts raised to 30,000 on the button. The blinds folded, and she won the pot.
Hand #85: Worley-Roberts raised to 30,000 in the cutoff, and Alexis Sterner three-bet to 72,000 from the big blind. On the flop, Sterner moved all in for 204,000. Worley-Roberts folded, and Sterner took down the pot.
Hand #74: Heidi May got a walk.
Hand #75: May limped in from the small blind, and Julie Dang raised to 60,000 from the big blind. May called. The flop came . May checked, Dang bet 75,000, and May mucked.
Hand #76: May raised to 28,000 on the button and got no action.
Hand #77: Deborah Worley-Roberts called from the small blind, and Jana de la Cerra checked from the big blind. The flop came . Worley-Roberts bet 25,000 and de la Cerra mucked.
Hand #78: Worley-Roberts raised to 31,000 on the button and got no action.
Hand #79: De la Cerra raised to 28,000 on the button and got no action.
Hand #80: Katherine Ansorge raised to 26,000 on the button, and May called from the big blind. The flop came , and both players checked to the on the turn. May bet 30,000, and Ansorge mucked.
Hand #81: Alexis Sterner raised to 35,000 on the button, and Julie Dang defended her big blind. The flop came . Dang checked, Sterner bet 45,000, and Dang called. The turn was the , and both players checked to the on the river. Dang bet 85,000, and Sterner mucked.
The final six players are on a quick five-minute break.
Hand #69: Heidi May raised to 35,000 in the small blind. Julie Dang folded her big blind, and May took the pot.
Hand #70: May raised to 25,000 on the button, and Dang went all in from the small blind. The big blind and May both folded.
Hand #71: Deborah Worley-Roberts raised to 25,000 in the small blind. Jana de la Cerra called in the big blind, and the flop came . Worley-Roberts checked, de la Cerra bet 25,000, and Worley-Roberts folded.
Hand #72: De la Cerra made it 20,000 in the small blind, and Katie Ansorge folded her big blind.
Hand #73: Ansorge went all in for 176,000 in the small blind, and Alexis Sterner called in the big blind to put her at risk.
It was a race. The flop was , and Ansorge was still ahead. The turn gave Ansorge a set to secure her double-up. The river was insignificant, and Ansorge collected the pot just before the final six headed on a five-minute break.
Hand #68: Alexis Sterner raised to 25,000 on the button, and Tiffany Lee made it 60,000 in the small blind. The big blind folded, and Sterner moved all in. Lee called for around 100,000 more, and she was at risk.
The board ran out , and Sterner's two pair, aces and jacks, were good.
Tiffany Lee finished in seventh place for a payout of $15,760.