Dia 1b Terminado
Eventos em Destaque
Dia 1b Terminado
Day 1b of Event #52: $1,000 Seniors Championship has been played to its conclusion with Dany Georges standing tall as the the day's chip leader after accumulating 464,000 in chips through 11 levels of play. Co-leading (and overall chip leader) from Day 1a is George Bronstein, who managed to bag 585,000 in chips.
Day 1b attracted 2,972 entries, which eclipsed the 2,432 players from Day 1a. By the end of the day, just 622 remained of the initial 2,432. In total, Day 1a and 1b produced a 5,404-entry field and generated a $4,809,560 prize pool. Of those players, 811 will make the money, with a min-cash being worth $1,601.The eventual winner will take home $561,060 in addition to a World Series of Poker gold bracelet.
Some notables who managed to bag into Day 2 include defending champion Howard Mash (127,000), Allen Kessler (80,500), Dan Heimiller (88,500), two-time Super Seniors Event Champion James Moore (104,000) and Poker Hall of Famer Barry Greenstein (156,500).
Less fortunate were Victor Ramdin, Frank Kassela, Bill Klein, Ken Aldridge, Kenna James, and 2019 Main Event Champion Hossein Ensan – all of whom were unable to survive the day.
The remaining 1,108 players from Day 1a and 1b will convene tomorrow at 10 a.m. and play ten more hour-long levels, which will resume at level 12 (1,000/2,500 blinds with a 2,500 big blind ante). Players will receive 15-minute breaks after every two levels and a 90-minute dinner break after level 19 (approximately 7:00 p.m.)
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The remaining 633 players from Day 1b are now bagging and tagging for the night.
Stay tuned for a recap of the day's events.
The tournament director has just announced final three hands before the remaining players bag up for Day 2.
On the turn with the board reading , there was over 50,000 in the pot and the player first to act shoved his remaining stack of roughly 35,000. Steve Sheldon snap-called as he turned over his hand.
Sheldon had flopped the nut flush against his opponent who flopped a straight and the dealer put the on the river just as a formality.
A player raised from early position to 5,500 and Joe Tumminelli jammed his stack of 39,500 in the middle. The action folded around to the big blind who called off his remaining 21,500 and the original raiser folded.
The dealer fanned a flop of , pairing the big blind's jack. The on the turn and the on the river were bricks though and Tumminelli eliminated his opponent.
Parmod Soni raised to 11,500 from early position before both blinds went all in, the small blind for 59,000 and big blind Steve Frakes for around 11,000. Soni folded to the small blind's raise after a brief tank.
The board ran out , giving Frakes a straight and nearly a triple up. Soni said he folded and would've flopped the flush and knocked out both players if he had called.
"He's going to win the tournament," a tablemate said about Frakes after hitting the miracle with a short-stack.