Dia 2 Terminado
Dia 2 Terminado
Day 2 started today with 275 players and the knowledge that hand-for-hand play would start quite quickly as 262 players would be cashing in Event #12: $1,500 No-Limit Hold’em. After ten 60-minute levels and a half level at the end, only 23 players remain to compete for the top prize of $391,960 and the gold WSOP bracelet.
Taking the massive chip lead into Day 3 is Melissa Gillett from Australia with 3,443,000 chips. Second in chips is Aditya Agarwal with 1,286,000, and third in the chip counts is Billy Rodgers (1,277,000). Other notables still in contention are Roman Korenev, Phil Collins and David Pham.
Day 3 will kick off at noon on Thursday in the Brasilia room. They will be playing down to a winner, so follow all the updates here on PokerNews. Below you can find the end-of-day-chip counts of the remaining 23 players.
|Room||Table||Seat||Player||Country||Chip Count||Big Blinds|
|Brasilia||700||1||Nathan Pfluger||United States||653,000||41|
|Brasilia||700||2||Kevin Trettin||United States||385,000||24|
|Brasilia||700||3||Ivan Starostin||United States||276,000||17|
|Brasilia||700||4||Marquis Mccain||United States||460,000||29|
|Brasilia||700||5||James Miller||United States||380,000||24|
|Brasilia||700||7||Adam Bacon||United States||370,000||23|
|Brasilia||700||8||James Cerrotta||United States||418,000||26|
|Brasilia||700||9||Matthew Mlsna||United States||464,000||29|
|Brasilia||701||2||Graeme Ladd||United Kingdom||413,000||26|
|Brasilia||701||3||Phil Collins||United States||232,000||15|
|Brasilia||701||4||Jordan Young||United States||404,000||25|
|Brasilia||701||5||Joseph Brattole||United States||291,000||18|
|Brasilia||701||6||Yu Li||United States||472,000||30|
|Brasilia||701||7||David Pham||United States||356,000||22|
|Brasilia||701||8||Robert Lisser||United States||139,000||9|
|Brasilia||702||2||Young Phan||United States||358,000||22|
|Brasilia||702||3||Billy Rodgers||United States||1,277,000||80|
|Brasilia||702||5||Caleb Patrick||United States||252,000||16|
|Brasilia||702||8||David Shober||United States||302,000||19|
|Brasilia||702||9||Huihan Wu||United States||454,000||28|
Roman Korenev was sitting on the button and raised to 32,000. Aditya Agarwal, in the big blind, called.
Flop was , Agarwal checked, Korenev bet 28,000 and Agarwal called.
The turn came with the , Agarwal bet 50,000 and Korenev folded.
We got to the table to see the flop.
Sonny Franco bet 18,000 and Korenev, on the cutoff, called.
They both checked on the turn and the river.
Franco showed the but that couldn't beat Korenev's as he had flopped a pair of eights.
Korenev in middle position called the big blind, Caleb Patrick went all-in for 113,000. Korenev called.
The board ran out for Patrick to double up.
Pascal Monarque was all in against huge chip leader Melissa Gillett for his tournament life.
The board ran out to send Monarque to the rail.
Mike Sexton moved all in from early position and Billy Rodgers called from the big blind, having Sexton covered.
The board ran out and Sexton was eliminated in 26th place.
Players are taking a shortened 5-minute break for their last break of the night before playing 30 minutes of level 21 and calling it a day.
Mike Leah was all in for his tournament life against chipleader Melissa Gillett.
The board ran out and gave Gillett a full house. Her chip lead advanced and Leah was eliminated.
Players are on an unofficial break as we redraw down to three tables.