Sunday, December 14, 2014
Ryan Methia has been eliminated in 18th place when his [8h][8c] ran into his opponent's [Ks][Kd]. It was a dramatic flop as it fell [2s][8d][Kc], giving both players a set. Ryan would need to hit the [8s] to survive. The [4h] fell on the turn, and the [3c] his the river. Ryan will earn $5,011 for his 18th place finish.
20th Place: Selajtin Jakupovsi ($4,653)
21st Place: Alex Cukar ($4,653)
22nd Place: James Kousouros ($4,295)
23rd Place: Long Tran ($4,295)
24th Place: Kurt Fitzgerald ($4,295)
25th Place: Christian Langenfelds ($3,579)
26th Place: Kenneth Rawlinson ($3,579)
27th(t) Place: Petko Tsakov ($1,790)
The remaining 18 players are guaranteed a $5,011 pay day. Tournament staff are breaking the third table now, and there are still 17 minutes left at 4,000/8,000 blinds with a 1,000 ante.
On the last hand before dinner break, a player in middle position opened to 10,500 at 2,500/5,000 blinds with a 500 ante. Tarun G. committed his last 50,000 chips from the small blind. As the dinner break begun, Tarun's opponent spent a long time in the tank, lasting around three to five minutes. He eventually made the call, and was ahead with his [5h][5c] against Tarun's [Ah][Th]. The [9s][7h][Qc] flop brought not help to Tarun, but the [Kd] gave him a gutshot to go with his two overcards. The [8h] changed nothing, however, sending Tarun to the rail in 31st place, only 4 spots shy of the money.
1st Place: $12,100
2nd Place: $7,786
3rd Place: $4,936
4th Place: $3,953
5th Place: $2,995
6th Place: $2,372
7th Place: $1,917
8th Place: $1,557
9th Place: $1,254
10th-12th Place: $862
13th-15th Place: $766
16th-18th Place: $718
19th-21st Place: $670
Fred Paradis 462,000
Sherwin Agard 98,200
13th-15th Place: $5,366
You can watch the live stream of the feature table at www.FoxwoodsLive.com.
At 12pm, the $1,650 Main Event will resume with the final 93 players.
Both Kevin Calenzo and Dave Stefanski have both been eliminated Flight B only a level short of the end of day.
Kevin took a bad beat, losing with [Ah][Kh] to his opponent's ace queen. The flop fell with two queens, and though Kevin turned a flush draw, the river was a brick.
Dave 3-bet shoved against a late position open holding ace jack, and he ran into his opponent's ace king.