2018 World Series of Poker

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Event #34: $1,000 DOUBLE STACK No-Limit Hold'em
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Event #34: $1,000 DOUBLE STACK No-Limit Hold'em
Dia 1a Terminado

Day 1a of the $1,000 Double Stack Concludes with Brian Yoon Taking the Chip Lead

• Nível 10: 400-800, 100 ante
Brian Yoon
Brian Yoon

It has been an exciting day here the Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino where the inaugural Event #34: $1,000 Double Stack No-Limit Hold'em took place. A total of 2,387 players entered Day 1a and 537 bagged up chips to take through to Day 2. The heaviest of those bags belonged to Brian Yoon, who picked off his opponents throughout the day, accumulating an enormous chip lead with 233,600.

Other notable players with big stacks include Anthony Spinella (145,000) Kathy Liebert (135,000), Terry Schumacher (125,300), and Sergio Castelluccio (106,100). Meanwhile, former Main Event Champion Ryan Riess and bracelet winners Andrey Zaichenko, Calvin Anderson, Asi Moshe, and Michael Gagliano have all made it through.

Unfortunately, not everyone was lucky enough to find a bag tonight. Players like 2015 Main Event Champion Joe McKeehen, 888poker ambassador Natalie Hof, Bill Klein, the 2018 Little One for One Drop champion Adrian Moreno, 2018 Ladies Event champion Heidi May, Joseph Cheong, Maria Konnikova, Sorel Mizzi, Dan O'Brien, Bart Lybaert, Maria Lampropulos, Jamie Kerstetter, Nacho Barbero, Valentin Vornicu, Jackie Glazier, Matt Affleck, Georgios Sotiropoulos, and Maurice Hawkins are some that failed win their final all-ins today.

But they have another shot at making Day 2 as the second and final flight for the tournament, Day 1b, begins tomorrow at 11am local time. It will have exactly the same structure as today: ten 60-minute levels, with late registration and the unlimited reentry period lasting until the end of the break after Level 8 (9:15pm). Once Day 1b has concluded, the remaining players will merge with the Day 1a survivors for Day 2, which takes place at noon local time on Monday, June 18.

The PokerNews live reporting team will be bringing full coverage of this and every other WSOP event this summer.

Tags: Andrey ZaichenkoAnthony SpinellaAsi MosheBrian YoonCalvin AndersonKathy LiebertMichael GaglianoSergio CastelluccioTerry Schumacher

End-of-day Chip Counts (Completo)

poolshir • Nível 10: 400-800, 100 ante
Brian Yoon us 233,600 -1,400
Phuoc Nguyen us 165,000 165,000
Mike Del Vecchio us 161,700 161,700
Darrin Oremba CA 159,000 159,000
Thomas Zanot us 158,200 158,200
Anthony Spinella us 145,000 122,000
Jerry Dababneh us 142,300 142,300
Stan Jablonski us 140,300 140,300
Charles Alex Barton us 139,100 139,100
Kathy Liebert us 135,000 67,500
Julien Martini fr 133,800 133,800
Marshall White us 131,400 131,400
Tomas Teran Paredes us 129,700 129,700
Gregory Fishberg us 128,800 128,800
Terry Schumacher be 125,300 32,300
Brett Shaffer us 119,900 119,900
Karel Kratochvil cz 118,900 118,900
Nicholas Immekus US 110,200 110,200
Sergio Castelluccio it 106,100 -33,900
Wenhao Ying us 105,900 105,900
Robert Salaburu us 103,500 103,500
Will Givens us 103,000 103,000
Wilson Lopes US 102,000 102,000
Pavlo Veksler ua 102,000 102,000
Adam Swan us 101,700 101,700

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Play Ended

poolshir • Nível 10: 400-800, 100 ante

Play has ended for today. A full chip count and recap of today's action is to follow.

Kassouf Wins Small Pot

• Nível 10: 400-800, 100 ante
William Kassouf
William Kassouf

Play will end shortly today but there's still room to play a few hands. Just now William Kassouf took a small pot after defending from the big blind.

The flop was {10-Clubs}{6-Spades}{9-Spades}. The draw-heavy board was checked back by the initial raiser and the dealer put a {q-Diamonds} out on the turn. Kassouf took the opportunity to bet 3,500 and got a snap-fold.

Martin Finger de 71,200 -9,800
William Kassouf gb 51,000 13,300
Fahredin Mustafov bg 44,000 -24,000
Ryan Riess us 14,600 -4,400
Jonathan Abdellatif be 10,600 -13,400

Tags: William Kassouf

Six More Hands

poolshir • Nível 10: 400-800, 100 ante

The tournament clock has been stopped and the players need to play six more hands before they can bag and tag for Day 2 on Monday, June 18, which starts at noon local time.

Hallaert and May Get Folds

poolshir • Nível 10: 400-800, 100 ante

Kenny Hallaert raised to 1,600 from early position and the player in the big blind called.

The flop came {8-Diamonds}{2-Diamonds}{3-Diamonds}. The player in the big blind check-folded to the 3,000 bet of Hallaert.

One table further, the flop read {j-Clubs}{a-Clubs}{k-Clubs} and there was about 5,000 in the middle already. The player in the hijack had bet 1,500 and Heidi May called on the button.

The turn brought them the {4-Spades} on which May called the 3,500 bet of her opponent.

The {a-Spades} on the river completed the board. Her opponent checked. May shoved for around 27,000 and he snap-folded.

Fahredin Mustafov bg 68,000 -12,000
Heidi May au 43,500 4,500
Kenny Hallaert be 40,000 -4,000
Martijn Gerrits nl 38,000 38,000
David Pham us 36,500 25,500
Tim West us 30,000 18,000
Eric Baldwin us 17,600 -9,700
Sam Phillips us 8,200 -1,800

Tags: Heidi MayKenny Hallaert