Event #11: $5,000 No-Limit Hold'em
Dias:
1234

Event Info

Buy-in $5,000
Premiação $1,860,000
Players 400

Informações do Nível

Nível 27
Blinds 40,000 / 80,000
Ante 80,000

Hands #51-56: Strelitz Doubles Through Shorr

• Nível 24: 20,000-40,000, 40,000 ante
Daniel Strelitz
Daniel Strelitz

Hand #51: Shannon Shorr raised under the gun to 80,000 and everyone else folded

Hand #52: Maria Ho raised all in from early position which folded out the table

Hand #53: Ho raised under the gun to 80,000, folding everyone out.

Hand #54: Ognjen Sekularac raised to 80,000 from the cutoff. Shorr 3-bet to 275,000 on the button, which prompted Sekularac to fold.

Hand #55: Sekularac raised to 80,000. Shorr again 3-bet to 275,000. Daniel Strelitz came over the top from the big blind and moved all in for 665,000. Sekularac folded after a moment.

Shorr put in the call. The cards were on their backs.

Strelitz {a-Clubs}{k-Diamonds}
Shorr{a-Hearts}{6-Hearts}

The board ran out {5-Hearts}{q-Clubs}{10-Clubs}{3-Diamonds}{j-Spades} to give Strelitz a big double up through Shorr.

Hand #56: Sekularac raised to 90,000 from under the gun and Ali Imsirovic (who showed up a bit late) called in the big blind. The flop came {10-Clubs}{4-Hearts}{k-Diamonds}, Imsirovic check-called the 60,000 continuation-bet of Sekularac. The turn was the {a-Diamonds}, Imsirovic checked again. Sekularac now bet 125,000 which Imsirovic called. The river completed the board with the {8-Hearts}, Imsirovic checked for the last time. Sekularac barreled another bet over the line for 250,000 and Imsirovic folded after taking a few seconds.

Shannon Shorr us
Shannon Shorr
us 5,600,000 -500,000
Ali Imsirovic ba
Ali Imsirovic
ba 1,900,000
Ognjen Sekularac rs
Ognjen Sekularac
rs 1,800,000 -300,000
Maria Ho us
Maria Ho
us 800,000 100,000
Arsenii Karmatckii ru
Arsenii Karmatckii
ru 310,000 -100,000
Daniel Strelitz us
Daniel Strelitz
us 150,000 -555,000

Tags: Ali ImsirovicDaniel StrelitzMaria HoOgnjen SekularacShannon Shorr

Hands #46-50: Two Shoves, No Calls

poolshir • Nível 24: 20,000-40,000, 40,000 ante

Hand #46: Maria Ho shoved from hijack for 720,000 and Daniel Strelitz took some time to consider his options in the cutoff but ended up folding. The rest of the table also folded.

Hand #47: Strelitz shoved for 705,000 from the hijack now and got no action.

Hand #48: Shannon Shorr raised to 760,000 from the button and both Arsenii Karmatckii and Ho folded in the blinds.

Hand #49: Shorr raised again, now to 765,000 from the cutoff and Strelitz contemplated a while from the big blind but decided to fold in the end.

Hand #50: Ognjen Sekularac raised to 80,000 from under the gun and everyone else folded.

Shannon Shorr us
Shannon Shorr
us 6,100,000
Ognjen Sekularac rs
Ognjen Sekularac
rs 2,100,000
Ali Imsirovic ba
Ali Imsirovic
ba 1,900,000
Daniel Strelitz us
Daniel Strelitz
us 705,000
Maria Ho us
Maria Ho
us 700,000
Arsenii Karmatckii ru
Arsenii Karmatckii
ru 410,000

Shuffle Up and Deal

• Nível 24: 20,000-40,000, 40,000 ante

With a slight delay, the final table has now started! Keep following for live hand by hand updates

Nível:
24
Blinds:
20,000/40,000
Ante:
40,000

Shorr, Ho, Imsirovic and Co. Battle for First Bracelet in Event 11: $5,000 No Limit Hold'em

Maria Ho
Maria Ho

It’s time to give out a WSOP bracelet in Event 11: $5,000 No-Limit Hold’em! Six hopefuls will be vying for the most coveted piece of jewelry in poker as well as the $442,385 first-place prize.

This bracelet will be particularly desired as some of the most prominent names in the game without a bracelet make up the six remaining players. Shannon Shorr enters today as one of those who will be looking to add a WSOP bracelet to his list of career achievements. His 72 WSOP cashes totaling over 2 million in earnings make him one of the most distinguished players to not have a bracelet to his name. He holds a significant chip advantage, with nearly half of the chips in play residing in his stack and triple the amount of the next closest stack.

Maria Ho will also be challenging for an elusive first WSOP bracelet. One of the most well known players in the game, she has come close in the last few years with four WSOP final tables to her name.

Final Table Seats and Chip Counts

SeatPlayerCountryChip CountBig Blinds
1Shannon ShorrUnited States6,020,000151
2Arsenii KarmatckiiRussia510,00013
3Maria HoUnited States720,00018
4Daniel StrelitzUnited States705,00018
5Ali ImsirovicUnited States1,955,00049
6Ognjen SekularacSerbia2,000,00050

Looking to spoil the attempts of Shorr and Ho and looking to add another notch to his ever-increasing poker resume is one of the most in-form players in the world, Ali Imsirovic. The high roller extraordinaire has had an incredible 2019 already and winning a WSOP bracelet would turn up his hot year to blistering levels.

Another well known player at the table who has come very close in recent years to a bracelet is Daniel Strelitz, who has a 2nd place and 3rd place finish on his resume along with winnings that eclipse 1 million.

All of Serbia will be rooting for Ognjen Sekularac as he will be looking to win not only his first bracelet, but also be the very first bracelet won by a player representing that country.

Rounding out the superb six is Russia native Arsenii Karmatckii, who is making his first WSOP final table after coming close in 2018 with a 10th place finish. He has over 1 million in career poker earnings and a bracelet today would only increase his standing among the most successful players from Russia.

With all these players and storylines returning to the felt, it's guaranteed that the final six will offer some tremendous chip flinging battles. The PokerNews live reporting team will be on the ground, providing hand-for-hand updates starting at 12 p.m. local time. Make sure to check in to see the climax of one of the toughest and most prestigious events on the WSOP schedule.

Event #11: $5,000 No-Limit Hold'em
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