Dia 1 Concluído
Dia 1 Concluído
Linus "LLinusLLove" Loeliger Leads After Day 1 of SCOOP-75-H: $10,300 PLO Main Event
It was an extended Day 1 over the course of 15 levels that saw 136 entries into Day 1 of SCOOP-75-H: $10,300 PLO (6-Max PLO Main Event). When the day was complete, only 31 players remained to move on to Day 2 and Linus "LLinusLLove" Loeliger wound up as the chip leader.
Loeliger finished the day with a stack of 2,905,441, most of which came in a massive pot in the last level of the night. Loeliger got tangled up with Christopher "Apotheosis92" Kruk in a three-bet pot that exploded on the turn. Kruk called off the majority of his stack on the turn but folded to Loeliger's shove on the river. Loeliger put it in cruise control from there while Kruk will be forced to re-enter tomorrow if he wishes to pursue the title.
Loeliger is a young online phenom who has plenty of experience at the felt now. Known especially for being one of the top players in six-max Hold'em, it is no surprise that the Swiss poker pro had dabbed into this six-max PLO high roller event. He has accumulated over $1.4 million in online poker and over $1.8 million in live tournaments.
The field was stacked with many recognizable pros throughout the day and many of them are still sitting near the top of the leaderboard. Gavin "gavz101" Cochrane finished the day in second place with a stack of 2,748,705 while Talal "raidalot" Shakerchi rounded out the top three with 2,166,252 chips. Cochrane and Shakerchi butted heads at the same table in the last level as well with Cochrane coming out on top to pull ahead of Shakerchi.
Day 1 Action
The cards got in the air at 3:30 pm EST with around 40 players taking to the virtual felt. It took only a matter of moments before the first elimination would occur as "colladito" was forced to re-enter early on. With two re-entries available to those players that were eliminated, the bust-outs came at a frequent pace throughout the entire day, despite the deep structure.
The guaranteed prizepool of $1,250,000 was hit partway through the day and is currently sitting at $1,360,000. Late registration will remain open until the start of Day 2 and the prizepool will be finalized at that point. The winner's share is currently sitting at over $287,000.
Some other notable names to make it through to Day 2 include Ben "Ben86" Tollerene (1,765,423), Andras "probirs" Nemeth (1,272,748), Alex "dynoalot" Difelice (1,172,681), Laszlo "omaha4rollz" Bujtas (1,149,175) and Joao "INeedMassari" Simao (735,163). The day wasn't so kind to others such as Alexander "joiso" Kostritsyn, Myrmo "locomi" Espen, Dimitri "MITS 304" Michaelides, Alexey "LuckyGump" Makarov, and Ryhor "Grisha1983" Karapanau who burned through multiple bullets.
The action will fire up again tomorrow at 1:00 pm EST with these 31 players returning among any others who wish to join with a fresh stack of 250,000 chips. The blinds will resume on level 16 with the blinds at 6,000/12,000. Day 2 will play until the final table of seven players is reached who will return for Day 3 of this tournament.
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End of Day Chip Counts (Completo)
Day 1 Comes to an End
After 15 levels, Day 1 has concluded with a total of 136 entries and 31 players still remaining. Linus "LLinusLLove" Loeliger will end the day as the chipleader and late registration will remain open until the start of Day 2. A full recap of the day's action along with full chip counts will be posted shortly.
Another Big Pot for "xnrobix"
Andrew "ClockWyze" Pantling raised to 21,248 in the cutoff and "xnrobix" three-bet to 73,744 from the small blind. Pantling called and the flop of was displayed.
"xnrobix" led out with a bet of 45,546 and Pantling raised to 158,484. "xnrobix" called and the peeled off on the turn. "xnrobix" checked this time and Pantling sized up a bet of 274,848. "xnrobix" check-raised all in to 1,244,267 and Pantling was forced to lay his hand down.
Cochrane Joins the Leaders
Talal "raidalot" Shakerchi raised to 22,600 on the button and Gavin "gavz101" Cochrane three-bet to 72,800 from the big blind. Shakerchi called and the flop fell .
Cochrane led out with a bet of 81,324 and Shakerchi stuck around to see the on the turn. Cochrane fired out another 169,154 and Shakerchi still called.
The on the river slowed the action as both players opted to check. Cochrane revealed for two different sets. Shakerchi was unable to beat it and Cochrane also climbed over 2,000,000 chips.
Tollerene Takes Out Kruk
The action folded to "colladito" on the button who raised to 20,000. Christopher "Apotheosis92" Kruk three-bet to 70,000 in the small blind and Ben "Ben86" Tollerene slat-called from the big blind. "colladito" also called from the big blind as the flop came .
The action checked around to the on the turn and Kruk led out for a pot-sized bet of 210,000. Tollerene raised the pot to 840,000 which got "colladito" to fold and Kruk called off his remaining 111,972 chips.
Kruk's top pair was no match for Tollerene's pair of kings and the on the river changed nothing. Tollerene earned the pot and eliminated Kruk in the process.
Loeliger Scoops a Chip-Leading Pot
Christopher "Apotheosis92" Kruk opened to 27,000 on the button and Linus "LLinusLLove" Loeliger three-bet to 85,500 in the big blind. Kruk called and they went to a flop of .
Loeliger led out for 89,505 and Kruk raised to 302,211. Loeliger called and the rolled off on the turn in what was already a massive pot. Loeliger led out with a pot-sized bet of 779,922 and Kruk made the call.
The river brought the and Loeliger jammed all in. Kruk was sitting with just over 320,000 chips in front of him but decided to lay his hand down in what turned out to be a chip-leading pot.
Shakerchi Running Away with the Lead
After picking up three consecutive small pots, Talal "raidalot" Shakerchi finally found himself a bigger pot to snatch up. Shakerchi limped in from the small blind and called a raise of 27,000 from Myrmo "locomi" Espen in the big blind.
The flop came and Shakerchi checked to Espen who bet 54,000. Shakerchi check-raised all in and Espen called off another 106,360 chips.
Shakerchi out-flopped Espen's pair of aces with two pair. The on the turn and the on the river changed nothing and Shakerchi eliminated Espen.