Dia 2 Terminado
Dia 2 Terminado
The final 37 players are set heading into Day 3 of Event #68: $3,000 No-Limit Hold’em.
Chance Kornuth leads the way with a massive stack of 1,467,000 chips. Kornuth was the leader after Day 1, and he continued that momentum all the way through today's action. He is in search of his second WSOP gold bracelet and has put himself in prime position get it.
Konstantinos Nanos follows close behind Kornuth, bagging up 1,237,000. Right behind Nanos is Jim Gilbert, bagging 1,174,000 and looking to make his second final table of the summer and, ultimately, win his first gold bracelet.
The other biggest name in the field is none other than Canadian Pro and six-time WSOP bracelet winner, Daniel Negreanu. Negreanu heads into Day 3 with 262,000 chips and is looking to get off to a fresh start as he seemingly wasn't able to get out of the 300,000-chip zone throughout Day 2.
The day started with 348 players returning, and the action was fast and furious out of the gate. Early on, Chance Kornuth maintained his chip lead, and action stayed steady until the money bubble approached around four hours into the day's play. The bubble lasted only one hand during hand-for-hand play, and the unfortunate bubble boy was Salvatore DiCarlo, getting his pocket kings busted by Michael Delvecchio III's pocket tens.
Once the remaining 203 players were in the money, many began to hit the rail, including the likes of Eddy Sabat in 200th place, Joe Cada in 195th, John Racener in 191st, John Monnette in 176th, Bertrand Grospellier in 173rd, Valentin Vornicu in 168th and Ankush Mandavia in 166th.
Other notables to fall in this star studded field were, Dietrich Fast in 155th place, David Pham in 154th, Igor Kurganov in 148th, Jack Salter in 102nd, Griffin Benger in 87th, Andy Frankenberger in 70th, Charlie Carrel in 68th, Dominik Panka in 66th and Dylan Wilkerson in 62nd.
The remaining players are competing for the $645,922 first-place prize and the coveted WSOP gold bracelet, and the final 37 contenders are guaranteed a minimum payout of $13,129.
Stay tuned to PokerNews for all of the live action until a champion has been crowned.
|Room||Table||Seat||Player||Country||Chip Count||Big Blinds|
|Miranda||600||3||Chance Kornuth||United States||1,467,000||92|
|Miranda||600||4||Tay Nguyen||United States||565,000||35|
|Miranda||600||5||Eric Froehlich||United States||640,000||40|
|Miranda||600||6||Ryan Laplante||United States||240,000||15|
|Miranda||600||7||Vinicius De Silva||Brazil||465,000||29|
|Miranda||600||9||Christopher Farmer||United States||530,000||33|
|Miranda||601||1||Kevin Mckenzie||United States||162,000||10|
|Miranda||601||2||Chris Johnson||United States||587,000||37|
|Miranda||601||4||Stephen Graner||United States||366,000||23|
|Miranda||601||5||Simon Appleby||United Kingdom||814,000||51|
|Miranda||601||6||John Armbrust||United States||414,000||26|
|Miranda||601||7||Michael Delvecchio III||United States||633,000||40|
|Miranda||601||8||Ian Steinman||United States||221,000||14|
|Miranda||602||2||Harrison Gimbel||United States||147,000||9|
|Miranda||602||4||Krzysztof Stybaniewicz||United States||862,000||54|
|Miranda||602||5||Matt Salsberg||United States||629,000||39|
|Miranda||602||6||Peter Vitantonio||United States||180,000||11|
|Miranda||602||7||Jia Liu||United States||407,000||25|
|Miranda||602||8||Joseph Elpayaa||United States||255,000||16|
|Miranda||609||2||John Griffin||United States||365,000||23|
|Miranda||609||6||Mike Linster||United States||418,000||26|
|Miranda||609||7||Jeremiah Fitzpatrick||United States||825,000||52|
|Miranda||609||9||James Gilbert||United States||1,174,000||73|
|Miranda||610||3||Lance Howard||United States||150,000||9|
|Miranda||610||4||Scott Margereson||United Kingdom||705,000||44|
|Miranda||610||5||Kristofer Homerding||United States||270,000||17|
|Miranda||610||7||Kevin Saul||United States||374,000||23|
|Miranda||610||8||Ryan Van Sanford||United States||1,007,000||63|
|Ryan Van Sanford||1,007,000||357,000|
|Michael Delvecchio III||633,000||-67,000|
|Vinicius De Silva||465,000||-290,000|
Day 2 of Event #68: $3,000 No-Limit Hold'em has concluded with 37 players making their way to Day 3. All chip counts and an extensive recap will follow.
Konstantinos Nanos dragged a massive pot from Harrison Gimbel at the end of the day to end as the presumptive chip leader.
According to Satchit Kapur, on a board reading , Gimbel bet and Nanos shoved. Gimbel called with for the flush and straight draws, while Nanos held for ace-king high. The river was the and Gimbel bricked to send the pot of almost 1,000,000 over to Nanos.
In a three-bet pot, Kevin Saul was first to act from the blinds against Jeremiah Fitzpatrick, who had opened from early position.
On the flop, Saul continued with a bet of 55,000, and Fitzpatrick called. The on the turn was checked by both players. Saul checked the on the river to Fitzpatrick, who bet 125,000. Saul took over three minutes before paying off the bet.
Fitzpatrick showed for trip queens, and Saul flung his hand into the muck.
Mike Linster, in the hijack, moved all in for a total of 206,000. Chris Johnson, on the button, was the only caller.
The board ran out , and Linster got his double-up.
Players have reached the final break of the night and will play 30 minutes of the next level before bagging for Day 3.
John Armbrust, in middle position, opened to 23,000. Ryan Van Sanford, in the cutoff, was the only caller.
The flop was . Armbrust bet 30,000, and Van Sanford called. The turn was the . Armbrust bet 40,000, and Van Sanford stuck around once again with a call. The river completed the board. This time, Armbrust checked. Van Sanford threw in a bet of 125,000, and Armbrust tank-called.
Van Sanford revealed , and Armbrust sent his hand to the muck.
|Ryan Van Sanford||650,000||50,000|
Enio Bozzano was in early position and opened the action to 26,000. Traian Bostan was on the button and called.
The flop was , and both players checked to the turn, which was the . Bozzano checked, and Bostan fired out a bet of 25,000, Bozzano called. The river was the , and Bozzano check-called a bet of 85,000 from Bostan.
Bostan showed for a full house, and Bozzano sent his cards to the muck.