2019 World Series of Poker Europe

Event #51: $1,500 No-Limit Hold'em Bounty

Sootla in the Lead on Day 3 of Event #51: $1,500 No-Limit Hold'em Bounty, Leng Close Behind

Ryan Leng

Welcome to the final scheduled day of play for Event #51: $1,500 No-Limit Hold'em Bounty. There will be just 29 coming back for Day 3 at the Rio All-Suite Hotel and Casino and all the runners that remain have the same thing on their mind — a WSOP bracelet and the $272,504 first-place prize.

Ranno Sootla will be the leader of the pack with his 1,500,000, but coming right up on his tail end is Ryen Leng (1,381,000), who was the only other person to bag over one million in chips when played concluded last night.

Halfway through the day, it was Leng who was leading the tournament and it was not until the last seven hands of the night that Sootla would overtake that lead in a hand where Michael Telker called all in with his pocket kings into Sootla's full house on the river.

Other players coming into the final day with a notable stack include 2013 Main Event runner-up Jay Farber (901,000), Jamie O'Connor (901,000), Russell Rosenblum (730,000), Mikhail Semin (677,000), Juan Vecino (663,000), and Ryne Capra (602,000).

Some other notables still left in play are bracelet winner Konstantin Puchkov (367,000), Justin Liberto (337,000), Marvin Rettenmaier (316,000), Scott Cole (243,000), and Arthur Morris (147,000).

The blinds will be starting off at 5,000/10,000 with a 1,000 ante. The day will have all 60-minute levels, with a 15-minute break after evert two levels and a 60-minute dinner break after the sixth level. The Day 3 action will be kicking off at 12 p.m. and the tournament will not stop until a winner is crowned.

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

RoomTableSeatPlayerCountryChip CountBig Blinds
Amazon4241Francisco TorrecillasSpain359,00036
Amazon4242Sterling LipscombUnited States366,00037
Amazon4243Quyen HoangUnited States554,00055
Amazon4244Kenneth RidgewayUnited States134,00013
Amazon4246Jamie OconnerIreland901,00090
Amazon4247Nelson ResendizUnited States466,00047
Amazon4248Ryan LengUnited States1,381,000138
Amazon4249Russell RosenblumUnited States730,00073
       
Amazon4251Scott ColeUnited States243,00024
Amazon4253Christian NolteAustria412,00041
Amazon4255Ranno SootlaEstonia1,500,000150
Amazon4256Justin LibertoUnited States337,00034
Amazon4257Vinod VangimallaUnited States265,00027
Amazon4258Mikhail SeminRussia677,00068
Amazon4259Ryne CapraUnited States602,00060
       
Amazon4261Jacob PhillipsUnited States208,00021
Amazon4262Roman RogovskyiUkraine525,00053
Amazon4263Jay FarberUnited States901,00090
Amazon4264Mark MazzaUnited States522,00052
Amazon4265Juan VecinoSpain663,00066
Amazon4266Arthur MorrisUnited States147,00015
Amazon4268Robert DamelianAustralia562,00056
       
Amazon4271Konstantin PuchkovRussia367,00037
Amazon4272Javier GomezUnited States370,00037
Amazon4274Andy PhanUnited States339,00034
Amazon4275John GulinoUnited States401,00040
Amazon4276Richard PetersonUnited States367,00037
Amazon4277Marvin RettenmaierGermany316,00032
Amazon4278Anthony QuercioUnited States257,00026

Tags: Arthur MorrisJamie O'ConnorJay FarberJuan VecinoJustin LibertoMarvin RettenmaierMikhail SeminRanno SootlaRussell RosenblumScott Cole