2018 World Series of Poker

Event #20: $5,000 No-Limit Hold'em
Dias: 4
Event Info

2018 World Series of Poker

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Event Info
Informações do Nível
120,000 / 240,000

Hands #18-22: Deuces Good Good Enough for Buchanan

Nível 26 : 20,000-40,000, 40,000 ante

Hand #18: Shawn Buchanan raised to 80,000 from the cutoff and John Amato called from the big blind. The flop came {3-Diamonds}{q-Diamonds}{k-Clubs} and Amato check-called a bet of 55,000 from Buchanan.

The turn was the {6-Spades} and action went check-check. On the river {3-Spades} Buchanan fired 350,000 and Amato mucked.

Hand #19: David Peters raised to 90,000 from middle position with Shawn Buchanan calling directly to his left and David Blair coming along from the big blind. The flop came {6-Spades}{q-Hearts}{3-Hearts}. The action checked to Buchanan who fired a bet of 100,000. Blair called and Peters folded. On the {9-Spades} turn Blair checked with Buchanan checking back.

The {10-Hearts} river fell with Blair checking and after a few seconds Buchanan checked again. Buchanan showed {2-Hearts}{2-Diamonds} which was good enough to take it down.

Hand #20: John Amato raised to 80,000 from the button and everyone folded.

Hand #21: David Peters opened to 90,000 from under the gun with Shawn Buchanan calling behind him and Jake Schindler defending from the big blind. On the {7-Clubs}{3-Diamonds}{k-Diamonds} flop, Peters put out a bet of 110,000. Buchanan and Schindler both mucked and Peters was awarded the pot.

Hand #22: On the button Jeremy Wien opened to 85,000 and David Peters called in the big blind. The flop fell [8sac6] with Peters checking to Wien who bet 100,000. Peters mucked and Wien collected the pot.

Jogador Fichas Progresso
Shawn Buchanan ca
Shawn Buchanan
2,900,000 320,000
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Tags: Shawn Buchanan

Hands #13-17: Schindler Makes a Boat

Nível 26 : 20,000-40,000, 40,000 ante

Hand #13: Under the gun, David Peters raised to 90,000 and Jake Schindler defended his big blind. The flop came {4-Diamonds}{7-Spades}{J-Clubs} and Schindler check-called another 90,000-bet. They continued to the {K-Spades} turn where Schindler checked again. Peters checked back.

The {4-Clubs} completed the board and both players knuckled. Schindler turned up {K-Hearts}{4-Hearts} for a full house and raked in the pot.

Hand #14: Shawn Buchanan made it 90,000 and took the blinds and ante.

Hand #15: This time David Laka opened in the first position, min-raising. Schindler flatted on the button and Buchanan came along from the big blind.

The {3-Clubs}{8-Diamonds}{10-Diamonds} hit the felt and all players checked to the {J-Clubs} turn. Schindler fired 185,000 and took down the pot.

Hand #16: Eric Blair opened to 90,000 in the third position, earning three folds before David Laka three-bet to 310,000 out of the big blind. Blair laid his hand down.

Hand #17: Jeremy Wien raised to 85,000 in the middle position and scooped the pot.

Jogador Fichas Progresso
David Peters us
David Peters
1,600,000 -325,000
Jake Schindler us
Jake Schindler
1,300,000 420,000

Tags: David PetersJake Schindler

Nível: 26

Blinds: 20,000/40,000

Ante: 40,000

Buchanan, Peters, Schindler and Co. Return for Final Table of Event #20: $5,000 No-Limit Hold'em

Shawn Buchanan
Shawn Buchanan

The cream rises to the top, they say. A look at the final eight-men lineup in the Event #20: $5,000 No-Limit Hold'em is certainly in line with the statement. Some of the world's most prolific players will take the centre stage in the Amazon Room, playing for the $537,710 first-place prize and, of course, the bracelet.

There's Shawn Buchanan, an accomplished Canadian player on both live and virtual felts. He's been trying to claim a bracelet for well over a decade. After several narrow misses including three second-place finishes, Buchanan still has a goose egg next to his name when it comes to the WSOP titles. But he's cashed in 46 tournaments and hopes he'll finally close it out with his 47th.

Buchanan sits at the top of the leaderboard after a brilliant Day 3. Having a better starting position than anyone else is one thing, but there are still seven other contenders challenging "Bucky".

Two of them belong to the heavyweight category. David Peters and Jake Schindler are regularly playing the largest and most expensive events all around the world. They have won over $40 million combined. Both of them have been performing strongly in the last two years. But there is one significant difference between Peters and Schindler: Peters is already a member of the WSOP winners' club while Schindler is yet to bink his first gold.

The three aforementioned stars from North America will be joined by four other U.S. players: Jeremy Wien, Eric Blair, John Amato and Richard Tuhrim. The only player from across the pond is Spanish pro David Laka who currently resides in the United Kingdom. Laka will collect his first WSOP cash today and he'll surely do everything in his power to start his collection with a top notch.

With all these players taking back to the felt, it's almost guaranteed that the final day will offer some tremendous battles. PokerNews live reporting team will be on the ground, providing hand-for-hand updates so make sure to come back at 12 p.m. local time to see the climax of one of the toughest events on the WSOP schedule.

Seat Assignments for the Final Day

SeatPlayerCountryChip CountBig Blinds
1Richard TuhrimUnited States625,00016
2John AmatoUnited States1,005,00025
3Eric BlairUnited States1,825,00046
4Jeremy WienUnited States2,455,00061
5Jake SchindlerUnited States880,00022
6David PetersUnited States1,925,00048
7Shawn BuchananCanada2,580,00065
8David LakaSpain1,655,00041

Tags: David LakaDavid PetersJake SchindlerShawn Buchanan

Event #20: $5,000 No-Limit Hold'em

Dia 4 Começado