2019 World Series of Poker

Event #28: $1,000 No-Limit Hold'em
Dias: 3
Event Info

2019 World Series of Poker

Resultados Finais
Mão Vencedora
Event Info
Informações do Nível
250,000 / 500,000

Hands #20-24: Feeling Out Process

Nível 31 : 80,000/160,000, 160,000 ante

Hand #20: Dominic Coombe raised all in from the button which folded out the blinds

Hand #21: Sevak Mikaiel raised to 320,000 from the small blind. Stephen Song in the big blind called. The flop came the {q-Spades}{j-Diamonds}{4-Diamonds}. Both players checked. The turn was the {5-Diamonds}. Song bet 325,000 and Mikaiel folded.

Hand #22: Renato Kaneoya limped from the under the gun. Song and Ryan Laplante elected to see a flop from the blinds which came the {8-Hearts}{k-Diamonds}{a-Clubs}. All three players checked. The turn was the {9-Clubs}. Song bet 320,000 which was called by Kaneoya, Laplante folded. The river was the {4-Clubs}. Song led out with a bet of 575,000 which folded out Kaneoya.

Hand #23: Song raised to 400,000 on the button. Laplante moved all in from the small blind which quickly caused Song to fold.

Hand #24: Scot Masters raised to 400,000 under the gun. Kaneoya called from the small blind, as did Dominic Coombe from the big blind. The flop came the {2-Hearts}{2-Clubs}{5-Spades}. Masters continued for 575,000 after it was checked to him and both his opponents folded.

Tags: Dominic CoombeRenato KaneoyaRyan LaplanteScot MastersSevak MikaielStephen Song

Hands #16-19: Kaneoya Misclicks

Nível 31 : 80,000/160,000, 160,000 ante

Hand #16: Action folded to Stephen Song in the small blind who raised to 480,000. Ryan Laplante folded out of the big blind and Song took down the pot.

Hand #17: Dominic Coombe raised to 350000 from under the gun and was called by Sevak Mikaiel in the cutoff. The two went heads up to a flop of {9-Hearts}{3-Hearts}{4-Diamonds} and Coombe checked to Mikaiel, who bet 425,000. Coombe folded.

Hand #18: Action folded to Renato Kaneoya in the small blind who looked at the stack of Dominic Coombe and asked him how many chips he had before looking at his cards and announcing he was all in. Coombe quickly folded.

Hand #19: Stephen Song opened from the hijack to 400,000 and Ryan Laplante folded in the cutoff. Renato Kaneoya then announced a raise of 320,000 and put in matching chips, having not seen Song's open. He confirmed his only option was to call and then put in the 400,000. Dominic Coombe folded from the small blind and Scot Masters defended in the big blind.

The flop came {j-Hearts}{10-Clubs}{9-Diamonds} and Masters checked. Song made a continuation-bet of 475,000 and Kaneoya announced he was all in for around five million. Masters folded and Song looked to Kaneoya, who asked if Song needed a count. Song shook his head no and folded his hand.

"Good misclick!" said Kaneoya, chuckling as he raked in the pot.

Jogador Fichas Progresso
Stephen Song us
Stephen Song
24,100,000 -555,000
WSOP 1X Winner
Sevak Mikaiel us
Sevak Mikaiel
7,145,000 750,000
Renato Kaneoya br
Renato Kaneoya
6,310,000 1,435,000
Scot Masters us
Scot Masters
4,755,000 -560,000
Ryan Laplante us
Ryan Laplante
4,565,000 -320,000
WSOP 1X Winner
Dominic Coombe au
Dominic Coombe
2,755,000 -750,000

Tags: Dominic CoombeRenato KaneoyaRyan LaplanteScot MastersSevak MikaielStephen Song

Nível: 31

Blinds: 80,000/160,000

Ante: 160,000

Will Stephen Song Top the Charts on the Final Day of Event #28: $1,000 No Limit Hold'em?

Stephen Song
Stephen Song

Welcome back to Day 3 of Event #28: $1,000 No-Limit Hold’em. Today is the final day of the tournament and when cards fly at 12 noon local time this afternoon, the final six players will take their seats with aspirations of taking the WSOP gold bracelet and a massive payday of $341,854 for first place.

The tournament stayed true to the 2019 World Series of Poker's record-breaking field sizes and saw a whopping 2,477 entries on Day 1. Those entries played 15 40-minute levels and the bubble burst just before the end of the night, with 372 making it into the money and 346 advancing into Day 2.

Day 2 was scheduled to play down to the final six players but as the night went on, there was some doubt that scenario would be attainable within the regulation 10 hours of play. The official final table of nine was reached in the middle of what would be the last level of play on a normal day, and when the field size was shrunk from nine to eight, and then eight to seven on the last two hands before the final break of the night, it was announced that play would continue until either one more elimination occurred or one more level would finish.

It only took six hands upon the return from break for the last elimination of the night to occur, when chip leader Stephen Song found himself with {a-Diamonds}{a-Spades} in an all-in situation before the flop against the {q-Diamonds}{q-Clubs} of Pedro Ingles. Ingles was second in chips at the time by a wide margin, and upon having his hand hold at showdown, Song found himself with a massive 24,655,000, almost half the chips in play with only five opponents between him and the poker history books.

The other five players competing for a bracelet this afternoon are Sevak Mikaiel (6,395,000), Scot Masters (5,315,000), Ryan Laplante, (4,885,000), Renato Kaneoya, (4,875,000), and Dominic Coombe, (3,505,000). Of the six returning players, Laplante is the only player to have won a WSOP bracelet thus far in his career.

Play will resume with 26:59 left in Level 31. Blinds will be 80,000/160,000 with a 160,000 big-blind ante. Levels will last 40 minutes and play will occur until a champion is crowned. Stay tuned to PokerNews for updates on every single hand until a champion is found.

Will Stephen be on 'Song', or can another player tune out the chipcounts and hit the right note? Here's how all the players will line up.

SeatPlayerCountryChip CountBig Blinds
1Scot MastersUnited States5,315,00033
2Sevak MikaielUnited States6,395,00040
3Stephen SongUnited States24,655,000154
4Ryan LaplanteUnited States4,885,00031
5Renato KaneoyaBrazil4,875,00030
6Dominic CoombeAustralia3,505,00022

Tags: Dominic CoombePedro InglesRenato KaneoyaRyan LaplanteScot MastersSevak MikaielStephen Song

Event #28: $1,000 No-Limit Hold'em

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