Dia 1 Terminado
Dia 1 Terminado
John Hennigan has been having an excellent 2018 World Series of Poker and that continued on Day 1 of Event #56: $10,000 Razz Championship. Hennigan leads the remaining 52 players heading into Day 2.
As of now, there are 112 players registered and players who have not yet entered can do so up until the beginning of Day 2, which is Thursday at 2 p.m.
Hennigan joined the field during Level 3 and hovered around the starting stack for a while. However, in Level 9 he made a charge up the counts. With about 20 minutes left to go in the day, Hennigan and Ted Forrest were battling for the chip lead with stacks of about 240,000 each. Hennigan rode a nice rush at the end to eclipse the 300,000 mark and finished with 302,000. He is followed by Forrest (221,500) and Per Hildebrand (221,000) as the only players above 200,000.
Defending champion James Obst was treading water for most of he day, but also rode a rush during the final two levels of the night to bag an above average stack of 166,500. Others who will be returning on Day 2 include Julien Martini (193,000), Bart Hanson (187,000), Robert Mizrachi (183,500), Allen Kessler (183,000), Dzmitry Urbanovich (179,000), Larry Wright (167,000), Mike Leah (126,500), Paul Volpe (116,500), Shaun Deeb (82,500), and Calvin Anderson (79,500).
A long list of big names failed to survive, too. Among them were Max Pescatori, Nick Schulman, Matt Glantz, Jason Mercier, Andrey Zhigalov, and Rep Porter.
Day 2 begins at 2 p.m. on Thursday, June 28, and the PokerNews live updates team will be on hand to keep you informed on the action.
|Room||Table||Seat||Player||Country||Chip Count||Big Bets|
|Amazon||424||1||Shirley Rosario||United States||132,000||17|
|Amazon||424||3||Frank Kassela||United States||134,000||17|
|Amazon||424||6||Brian Hastings||United States||147,000||18|
|Amazon||424||8||Allen Kessler||United States||183,000||23|
|Amazon||425||2||Craig Chait||United States||52,500||7|
|Amazon||425||3||Erik Seidel||United States||32,500||4|
|Amazon||425||7||Richard Bai||United States||49,500||6|
|Amazon||425||8||Daniel Harmetz||United States||56,000||7|
|Amazon||426||1||Robert Mizrachi||United States||183,500||23|
|Amazon||426||5||Ryan Miller||United States||18,000||2|
|Amazon||426||6||Jason Gray||United Kingdom||149,000||19|
|Amazon||426||7||John Hennigan||United States||302,000||38|
|Amazon||427||2||Alex Balandin||United States||146,000||18|
|Amazon||427||4||Joseph Ranciato||United States||106,800||13|
|Amazon||427||5||John Racener||United States||86,500||11|
|Amazon||427||6||Xavier Kyablue||United States||135,500||17|
|Amazon||427||7||Jay Kwon||United States||28,500||4|
|Amazon||432||1||Chris Klodnicki||United States||140,000||18|
|Amazon||432||2||Eric Rodawig||United States||75,500||9|
|Amazon||432||4||Jim Collopy||United States||40,500||5|
|Amazon||432||5||David Benyamine||United States||28,500||4|
|Amazon||432||8||Larry Wright (TX)||United States||169,000||21|
|Amazon||433||1||Katherine Fleck||United States||111,500||14|
|Amazon||433||2||Ted Forrest||United States||221,500||28|
|Amazon||433||3||Illya Trincher||United States||107,500||13|
|Amazon||433||4||Eric Wasserson||United States||56,000||7|
|Amazon||433||7||Calvin Anderson||United States||79,500||10|
|Amazon||433||8||Jerry Wong||United States||36,500||5|
|Amazon||434||1||James Woods||United States||107,000||13|
|Amazon||434||2||Ryan Riess||United States||57,500||7|
|Amazon||434||5||Owais Ahmed||United States||34,000||4|
|Amazon||434||6||Tommy Hang||United States||34,000||4|
|Amazon||435||1||Dan Zack||United States||103,000||13|
|Amazon||435||2||Shaun Deeb||United States||82,500||10|
|Amazon||435||3||Bart Hanson||United States||187,000||23|
|Amazon||435||4||Paul Volpe||United States||110,500||14|
|Amazon||435||6||Mark Gregorich||United States||45,000||6|
Three more hands will be dealt at each table before the players bag and tag.
Allen Kessler: / /
Dzmitry Urbanovich: / - fold
Picking up the action on fourth street, Allen Kessler bet with the better board and Dzmitry Urbanovich called. Kessler paired up on fith street and called Urbanovich's bet. From there, Urbanovich check-called a bet from Kessler on sixth street and check-folded to a bet from Kessler on seventh street.
"Show the bluff," said Shaun Deeb.
Kessler did not show.
Calvin Anderson: /
Jerry Wong: /
Calvin Anderson completed, Jerry Wong raised and Anderson called.
Wong bet on fourth street, Anderson called, Anderson bet on fifth street with the better board and Wong called. Wong committed his remaining 4,300 on sixth street and by the time seventh street was dealt, Wong tabled for a nine-eight. Anderson had for a ten-nine, locking up the double for Wong.
Ismael Bojang: / /
Dzmitry Urbanovich: /
Shaun Deeb: / - fold
Ismael Bojang completed on third street, Dzmitry Urbanovich called and Shaun Deeb called.
Urbanovich bet with the on-board lead on fourth street, Deeb folded and Bojang called. Bojang bet on fifth and sixth, Urbanovich called both, then both checked on seventh.
Bojang tabled for a seven-five, Urbanovich mucked and Bojang won the pot.
Robert Campbell: / - fold
James Obst: / /
Erik Seidel: / / - fold
Owais Ahmed: / - fold
Robert Campbell was the bring in, James Obst called and Erik Seidel completed. Owais Ahmed called, Campbell called and Obst called.
Obst had the on-board lead the rest of the way and bet every street. Campbell folded on fourth street, Ahmed bowed out on fifth street and Seidel went all the way to seventh street before he folded.