2018 World Series of Poker

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Event #13: $1,500 Big Blind Antes No-Limit Hold'em
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Event #13: $1,500 Big Blind Antes No-Limit Hold'em
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Stephen Song Takes Over at the End of Day 1 in Event #13: $1,500 Big Blind Ante No-Limit Hold'em

• Nível 10: 400-800, 800 ante
Stephen Song surged into a late lead to top the counts
Stephen Song surged into a late lead to top the counts

There were a total of 1,306 runners in Day 1 of Event #13: Big Blind Antes $1,500 No-Limit Hold'em, which played out at the Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino. A total of 224 found a bag and moved onto Day 2, which will begin at 12pm on Wednesday, 6 June. The heaviest stack moving on to the second day belongs to Stephen Song, who bagged an impressive 193,100.

It was not until the last two levels of play that Song started to build up his chip count and he did not slow down after this point, ending the day with a healthy chip lead. His biggest cash coming into this event was in January of this year during the $3,500 No-Limit Hold'em WPT Borgata Winter Poker Open Championship for $138,254. Song, who is in the hunt for his first bracelet, will be looking to run deep and surpass that personal best by taking down the $315,346 top prize.

Third in chips is non-other than 2016 WSOP Main Event Champion Qui Nguyen, who boasts over $8,000,000 in live tournament cashes. Nguyen will be looking to keep running up his stack on Day 2 and take down the second WSOP bracelet event of his career on Day 3.

2016 WSOP Main Event Champion Qui Nguyen
2016 WSOP Main Event Champion Qui Nguyen

Three-time bracelet winner Dutch Boyd is also up there in the counts with a stack of 151,700, with Russia's Vojtech Ruzicka (128,800) rounding out the top five.

Some of the more notable players to make Day 2 include Romain Lewis (83,300), bracelet winner Ankush Mandavia (73,600), Chance Kornuth (62,800), Jeff Gross (60,300), Alexander Lynskey (55,000), four-time bracelet winner Jeff Madsen (51,600), and six-time bracelet winner Chris Ferguson (15,500).

Some of the well-known pros that did not make it through included Georgios Sotiropoulos, Kristen Bicknell, Phil Hellmuth, Kenny Hallaert, Maria Ho, Pfizer Jordan, Chris Moorman, Ari Engel, Mohsin Charania, Joey Weissman, and Tom Hall.

The remaining runners will be returning at 12pm on Wednesday, 6 June for Day 2, and it will be a race to the money with the top 196 getting paid. The returning survivors will play a total of ten 60-minute levels before moving on to Day 3. Blinds will start at 500/1,000 with a 1,000 big blind ante and there will be a 15-minute break every two levels, with a 60-minute dinner break coming at the end of level six.

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Tags: Alexander LynskeyAnkush MandaviaAri EngelChance KornuthChris FergusonChris MoormanJeff GrossJeff MadsenJoey WeissmanKenny Hallaertkristen BicknellMaria HoMohsin CharaniaPfizer JordanPhil HellmuthQui NguyenRoStephen SongTom Hall

End of Day 1 Chip Counts (Completo)

KaleGozer • Nível 10: 400-800, 800 ante

Two players have unreported stacks.

Stephen Song us 190,300 55,800
Stefan Vidojkovic rs 160,600 160,600
Qui Nguyen us 155,100 35,400
Dutch Boyd us 151,700 151,700
Vojtech Ruzicka cz 128,800 128,800
Iraj Parvizi gb 128,000 76,800
Arthur Conan fr 125,500 125,500
Victor Hoffman us 112,200 112,200
Mario Prats Garcia es 108,500 108,500
Colin Robinson us 106,400 106,400
Patrick Truong us 106,400 106,400
Dwayne Vetter us 104,000 104,000
Royce Matheson us 100,600 100,600
Nhathanh Nguyen us 95,700 95,700
Zachary Humphrey us 91,900 91,900
Mathew Moore us 91,100 91,100
Victor Choupeaux fr 89,700 -1,300
Steven Bennett us 88,500 88,500
Gerald David gb 88,200 88,200
Michael Ortiz us 84,700 84,700
Romain Lewis fr 83,300 13,300
Jan Christoph Von Halle de 83,100 83,100
Justin Young us 81,800 81,800
Casey Coughlan us 80,000 80,000
Daniel Strelitz us 76,400 -30,100

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Five More Hands

[user339878] • Nível 10: 400-800, 800 ante

Five more hands will be dealt at each table before the players bag and tag for the night.

Troung Connects with the River

• Nível 10: 400-800, 800 ante

The button went all in for 9,700 and Patrick Troung made the call from the small blind. Both players then revealed their hands and the button would be at risk.

Patrick Troung: {a-Clubs}{2-Clubs}
Button Opponent: {a-Hearts}{7-Spades}

The board ran out {k-Spades}{k-Clubs}{10-Clubs}{q-Hearts}{5-Clubs} and Troung's rivered flush took down the pot, moving him just under the 100,000 mark.

Patrick Troung US 98,200

Song Takes the Lead

• Nível 10: 400-800, 800 ante
Stephen Song
Stephen Song

The button opened to 1,600 and Stephen Song called from the small blind. The big blind called as well and the flop came down {9-Clubs}{5-Clubs}{j-Hearts}. Action checked to the button who bet 3,400 and Song then raised to 11,500. The button opponent moved all in and Song quickly called, players then revealed their hands.

Stephen Song: {k-Clubs}{6-Clubs}
Opponent: {a-Diamonds}{j-Diamonds}

The {4-Hearts} on the turn did not change anything and Song would need to connect. The river fell the {2-Clubs} and Song then completed his flush draw. Song has now taken the chip lead on the last blind level of the day.

Stephen Song us 134,500 134,500

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Prize Pool Information

[user339878] • Nível 10: 400-800, 800 ante

The registration for Event #13: $1,500 Big Blind Antes No-Limit Hold'em has closed and the prize pool information has been announced. A total prize pool of $1,763,100 has been created by the 1,306 entrants, with 196 of them guaranteed a min-cash of $2,254. The winner will walk away with $315,346, in addition to the hallowed gold bracelet.

Here is a look at the top 9 payouts:

PlacePayout
1$315,346
2$194,837
3$138,938
4$100,268
5$73,242
6$54,160
7$40,749
8$30,742
9$23,605
Nível:
10
Blinds:
400/800
Ante:
800

Prats Gets the Call

• Nível 9: 300-600, 600 ante

The board read {3-Clubs}{3-Spades}{7-Clubs}{5-Clubs}{10-Spades} and Mario Prats moved all in for over 35,000. His opponent thought for a few minutes before calling her remaining 21,200. Prats flipped {q-Clubs}{9-Clubs} for a flush and his opponent then mucked their hand.

Mario Prats es 96,700

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