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Friday, August 26, 2016

Ladies Event Prizepool Information

There were a total of 96 entries in today's $250 NLH Ladies Event, generating a prizepool of $19,200. The top 12 places will be paid, with first place taking home $5,760.

Here is a look at the 12 payouts:


1 $5,760.00
2 $3,560.00
3 $2,535.00
4 $1,841.00
5 $1,363.00
6 $1,029.00
7 $793.00
8 $620.00
9 $496.00
10 $401.00
11 $401.00
12 $401.00



Photos From Ladies Event

There are currently 96 entries in the $250 Ladies Event, and in Level 8 there are 48 players remaining.

Here are a few photographs from players still in the field.









Shawn Reilly Wins Event #9 ($14,094)

Shawn Reilly Wins Event #9 ($14,094)

Shawn Reilly has just defeated Nick Collins heads up in Event #9 to win his first World Series of Poker ring, and score himself $14,094.

A full winner story will be posted late tonight/early tomorrow morning on WSOP.com, and wee will post the link when it's available. 

Event #9 - Nick Collins Eliminated in 2nd Place ($8,713)

Nick Collins Eliminated in 2nd Place ($8,713)

The board reads 10♥8♦6♠, and Shawn Reilly checks. Nick Collins bets 50,000 on the button, Reilly raises to 175,000 ,and Collins shoves all in.  Reily calls, and the players table their hands:

Collins: 9♥8♠ (pair of eights)
Reilly: 10♦8♥ (top two pair)

The turn is the 8♣, giving Reilly a full house, and the 2♠ river becomes inconsequential.  Nick Collins is eliminated in 2nd place, taking home $8,713.

Event #9 - Nick Collins Doubles Through Shawn Reily

Level: 24
Blinds: 10,000/20,000
Ante: 3,000

On a board reading 9♦9♣6♠A♣ Nick Collins is all in and has been called by Shawn Reily.

Collins shows J♦9♣ for trip nines, and Reily shows J♣10♣ for a flush draw.

"Come on, bring a club," Reily says, and it's the 6♣ giving him the flush, but also giving Collins a full house to double him up.

"That's my fault, I didn't specify which club," Reily says as the chips are passed over to Collins. 

Nick Collins - 450,000 (22 bb)
Shawn Reily - 1,290,000 (64 bb)

Event #9 - Thomas Hoglund Eliminated in 3rd Place ($6,269)

Thomas Hoglund Eliminated in 3rd Place ($6,269)

$1,675 Main Event Updates

For all $1,675 Main Event updates please follow this link:   http://www.wsop.com/tournaments/updates.asp?grid=1238&tid=15073

Event #9 - Christopher Coukos Eliminated in 4th Place ($4,593)

Christopher Coukos Eliminated in 4th Place ($4,593)

Christopher Coukos shoves all in, and is called by Nick Collins in the big blind.

Coukos: 2♥2♣
Collins: 9♥9♦

The flop comes Q♠4♣2♦ giving Coukos the lead with a set of two, but the 9♣ turn gives Collins back the lead with a higher set. The river is the 10♦, and Coukos is eliminated in 4th place, taking home $4,593.

Event #9 - Jaime Reyes Eliminated in 5th Place ($3,430)

Jaime Reyes Eliminated in 5th Place ($3,430)

Event #9 - Daniel Sewnig Eliminated in 6th Place ($2,600)

Daniel Sewnig Eliminated in 6th Place ($2,600)

Event #9 - Nick Collins Doubles Up

On a board reading 8♥5♦4♣, Nick Collins shoves all in for 228,000 holding Q♥8♣ (pair of eights), and is called by a player holding 9♦8♦ (pair of eights, smaller kicker).  The turn is the A♦, and the Qs♠ gives Collins two pair.

Nick Collins - 450,000

Schedule For Friday Aug 26th Foxwoods/WSOP Circuit

9 AM - $60 No Limit Hold'em   

9 AM - $250 Mega Super Satellite Turbo - Win $1,675 Voucher - 2 Seats Guaranteed

12 PM - Event #10A: $1,675 No-Limit Hold'em Main Event  $500,000 Guaranteed

  • Late registration is open until the start of Level 13.
  • Players begin with 20,000 in tournament chips.
  • Blinds start at 25/50
  • There are two starting flights
    • Flight A is today at 12:00 noon
    • Flight B is tomorrow (Saturday) at 12:00 noon 
  • Day 1 is scheduled to play 15 Levels.
    • Levels 1-15: 40 minutes
    • Levels 16+: 60 minutes
  • There will be a ten minute break every two hours on Day 1
  • There will be a 60 minute dinner break after Level 9
  • Day 2 will resume at 12:00 pm on Sunday August 28th
  • Day 3 will resume at 12:00 pm on Monday August 29th
  • Structure sheet can be found by clicking this link
1 PM - Event #9: $365 No-Limit Hold'em  **DAY 2**

1 PM - $250 Ladies Event

6 PM - $250 Mega Super Satellite - Win $1,675 Voucher - 10 Seats Guaranteed

8:30 PM - $100 No-Limit Hold'em Bounty
 
A full schedule of all WSOP Foxwoods events can be found here.

Event #9 - Day One Concludes - Six Players Remain

Today's Event #9 drew a total of 174 entries.  The top 18 spots made the money, and the bubble burst around 10pm, with the unofficial final table of ten formed around 11:00pm.

After 21 levels of play six players remain.  Here is a look at the final six players and their chip stacks. 


First Name Last Name Chip Count T S
Jaime Reyes 597,000 1 7
Shawn  Reily 452,000 1 4
Nick Collins 277,000 1 8
Thomas Hoglund 198,000 1 3
Danniel Sewnig 148,000 1 9
Christopher Coukos 78,000 1 1

Thursday, August 25, 2016

Event #9 ($365 NLH) Unofficial Final Table of Ten

Level: 18
Blinds: 2,500/5,000
Ante: 500

Here is a look at the final table of ten, with chip counts:

Seat 1 - Christopher Coukos - 225,000
Seat 2 - Andrew Heckman - 127,000
Seat 3 - Thomas Hoglund - 159,500
Seat 4 - Shawn Reilly - 217,000
Seat 5 - Joseph Plastino - 122,000
Seat 6 - Ian Krach - 90,000
Seat 7 - Jaime Reyes - 298,000
Seat 8 - Seunghwan Lee - 237,000
Seat 9 - Nick Collins - 116,500
Seat 10 -Daniel Sewnig - 198,500

Billy Pappas Eliminated on Final Table of Bubble (11th Place)

A player under the gun raises to 12,000, Seunghwan Lee raises to 24,000 in middle position, and Billy Pappas shoves all in for around 90,000 on the button.  

The original raiser folds, and Lee goes into the tank. After nearly two minutes, he tosses in a chip to call and turns over [Qc][Qd]. 

"Come on man, you are better than that.  We are six handed and you have queens...that's a snap call," Pappas says as he turns over [9h][9s].

The flop comes [qh][4c][8h], and Pappas walks away from the table.  The turn is the [5h].

The river is the [4h], giving Pappas a flush, but also pairing the board, and giving Lee  a full house. 

Pappas is eliminated in 11th place, and the remaining players will redraw for their new seats at the unofficial final table. 

Event #9 - On Final Table Bubble - Andrew Heckman Still In

There are 11 players remaining, meaning we are on the bubble of the unofficial final table of ten. 

Andrew Heckman who won Event #7 yesterday is still in, and has a big chip stack.  Billy Pappas is also still in. 

We will bring you the full final ten redraw with chip counts when 10 players remain. 

Dan Chalifour's Event #8 Winner Story

Dan Chalifour - Winner of Event #8 - $15,150

Dan Chalifour's full winner story has been posted on WSOP.com and can be found by clicking this link:  http://www.wsop.com/tournaments/update/1WM5/dan-chalifour-wins-first-circuit-ring-in-foxwoods-event-8/

Event # 9 ($365 NLH) Prizepool

There were a total of 174 entries in today's Event #9, generating a prizepool of $52,200.  The top 18 places will be paid, and all are guaranteed a  minimum of $699.

Here is a look at the prizepool for this event: 


1 $14,094.00
2 $8,713.00
3 $6,269.00
4 $4,593.00
5 $3,430.00
6 $2,600.00
7 $2,009.00
8 $1,577.00
9 $1,262.00
10 $1,017.00
11 $1,017.00
12 $1,017.00
13 $835.00
14 $835.00
15 $835.00
16 $699.00
17 $699.00
18 $699.00

Results From Event #8 ($580 NLH)

A full winner story and recap will be posted on WSOP.com later on this afternoon.  We will post a link to the story as soon as it's available.

Dan Chalifour - Winner Event #8 ($15,150)

Robert Gilbert Eliminated in 2nd Place ($9,363)

Thomas Hoglund Eliminated in 3rd Place ($6,666)

Laurie Hilton Eliminated in 4th Place ($4,843)

Melisa Singh Eliminated in 5th Place ($3,586)

Frank Tighe Eliminated in 6th Place ($2,706)


Ronald Miller Eliminated in 7th Place ($2,086)

 Arthur Senowitz Eliminated in 8th Place ($1,631)

Gennadiy Kostrov Eliminated in 9th Place ($1,304)

Event #9 ($365 No-Limit Hold'em) Kicks Off at 11am

The final event before the Main Event begins on Friday kicks off today at 11am.  Here are some of the details of this event:

$365 No-Limit Hold'em

  • $50,000 Guarantee
  • 10,000 in chips
  • Day one players 21 levels
For a look at the structure and for addition details about this event, please see this link.

Schedule For Thursday Aug 25th Foxwoods/WSOP Circuit

9 AM - $60 No Limit Hold'em   

11 AM - Event #9: $365 No-Limit Hold'em  $50,000 Guaranteed

  • Late registration is open until the start of Level 9.
  • Players begin with 10,000 in tournament chips.
  • Blinds start at 25/50
  • Day 1 is scheduled to play 21 Levels.
    • Levels 1-12: 30 minutes
    • Levels 13-21: 40 minutes
    • Levels 22+: 50 minutes
  • There will be a ten minute break after levels 4, 8, 15, and 18
  • There will be a 60 minute dinner break after Level 12
  • Day 2 will resume at 1:00 pm on Thursday August 25th
  • Structure sheet can be found by clicking this link
1 PM - Event #8: $580 No-Limit Hold'em  **DAY 2**

2 PM - $250 Mega Super Satellite - Win $1,675 Voucher - 2 Seats Guaranteed

6 PM - $250 Mega Super Satellite - Win $1,675 Voucher - 5 Seats Guaranteed

8:30 PM - $100 No-Limit Hold'em Bounty
 
A full schedule of all WSOP Foxwoods events can be found here.

Spyridon Mitrokostas Wins $250 Seniors Event ($17,116)

Spyridon Mitrokostas Wins $250 Seniors Event ($17,116)

Seniors Event - Ronald Baker Eliminated in 2nd Place ($10,581)

Ronald Baker - 2nd Place - $10,581
On a board reading [Kd][8c][7d], Ronald Baker is all in holding [Ad][10d] and has been called by Spyridon Mitkrokostas holding [9c][7s]. The turn is the [7c], giving Mitkrokostas trip sevens, and the [Jc] river does not change the hand.  Baker is eliminated in 2nd place, taking home $10,581.

Event #7 - Andrew Heckman Winner Story

Andrew Heckman - Winner Event #7 - $11,256

Andrew Heckman's full winner story has just been posted on WSOP.com.  Please see this link for full story/recap:  http://www.wsop.com/tournaments/update/1WLM/andrew-heckman-wins-first-circuit-ring-in-omaha-hilo-event-never-having-played-before/

Heckman and His Mentor/Coach Jason Bolton