2018 World Series of Poker

Event #74: Big Blind Antes $10,000 No-Limit Hold'em 6-Handed Championship
Dias: 2
Event Info

2018 World Series of Poker

Resultado Final
Mão Vencedora
Event Info
Prize Pool
Informações sobre o nível
100,000 / 200,000

Event #74: Big Blind Antes $10,000 No-Limit Hold'em 6-Handed Championship

Dia 2 Iniciado

Day 2 Seat Draw and Chip Counts

RoomTableSeatPlayer NameCountryChip Count
Amazon4242Johan GuilbertFrance15,500
Amazon4243Preben StokkanUnited States109,400
Amazon4244Maria HoUnited States71,900
Amazon4245Jennifer TillyUnited States118,300
Amazon4246Martin JacobsonSweden138,700
Amazon4251Timothy AdamsCanada110,800
Amazon4252Aliaksei BoikaBelarus120,300
Amazon4254Ryan RiessUnited States120,600
Amazon4256Vicent Bosca RamonSpain92,600
Amazon4261Jason KoonUnited States156,000
Amazon4262Greg MersonUnited States118,500
Amazon4263Juha HelppiFinland74,500
Amazon4265Nick PetrangeloUnited States43,000
Amazon4266Ryan DrosselUnited States162,200
Amazon4271Jeremy SaderneFrance232,000
Amazon4272Christian IacobellisUnited States157,900
Amazon4273Jordan CristosUnited States155,200
Amazon4274Nadar KakhmazovRussia128,800
Amazon4275Jan Eric SchwippertGermany245,000
Amazon4281Joseph CheongUnited States150,300
Amazon4282Mike WatsonCanada102,400
Amazon4283Bryan PiccioliUnited States50,100
Amazon4285Will GivensUnited States250,000
Amazon4286Jonathan KamhaziVenezuela135,000
Amazon4291Chris JohnsonUnited States120,000
Amazon4292Jason MangoldUnited States350,100
Amazon4294Matthijs AertsBolivia188,600
Amazon4295Matthew KlapsteinCanada255,300
Amazon4296Claas SegebrechtHungary86,900
Amazon4301Jonathan ConcepcionSpain70,300
Amazon4302John AndressUnited States52,000
Amazon4303Michael GaglianoUnited States172,000
Amazon4304Kacper PyzaraPoland57,500
Amazon4305Marc MacdonnellIreland30,500
Amazon4311David PetersUnited States27,600
Amazon4312Lawrence GreenbergUnited States144,500
Amazon4313Daniel SmithUnited States168,000
Amazon4314Conor BeresfordUnited Kingdom238,000
Amazon4316Liv BoereeUnited Kingdom30,000
Amazon4321Stefan HuberSwitzerland58,300
Amazon4322Javier IcazaUnited States56,400
Amazon4324Ryan GoindooTrinidad & Tobago259,000
Amazon4325Markus GonsalvesUnited States76,900
Amazon4326Dominik NitscheGermany285,400
Amazon4331Philip SternheimerUnited States131,100
Amazon4332Mazin KhouryUnited States111,300
Amazon4334James ChenTaiwan225,600
Amazon4335Sam SoverelUnited States183,100
Amazon4336Anthony ZinnoUnited States131,700
Amazon4342Sergio Espina AidoUnited Kingdom75,100
Amazon4344Stephen ChidwickUnited Kingdom53,400
Amazon4345Scott EskenaziUnited States87,900
Amazon4346Felix BleikerSwitzerland38,300
Amazon4351Elio FoxUnited States130,500
Amazon4352Ivan LucaArgentina117,700
Amazon4353Jeremy DreschUnited States143,000
Amazon4354Ankush MandaviaUnited States145,000
Amazon4356Joseph MarchalUnited States56,150
Amazon4362Oliver PriceUnited Kingdom81,100
Amazon4364Tobias ZieglerGermany280,000
Amazon4365Romain LewisFrance64,100
Amazon4366Loni HarwoodUnited States154,600
Amazon4371Sergi ReixachUnited Kingdom122,200
Amazon4372Pascal HartmannGermany257,000
Amazon4373Alexandru PapazianRomania194,900
Amazon4374Peter WeinandCanada358,900
Amazon4375Lander LijoSpain81,700
Amazon4381Dan AbouafFrance204,400
Amazon4382Jeff RodriguezUnited States30,800
Amazon4383Nick MaimoneUnited States111,300
Amazon4384Byron KavermanUnited States72,400
Amazon4385Julien SitbonFrance258,500
Amazon4391Alex RochaUnited States55,600
Amazon4392[Removed:16]United Kingdom34,800
Amazon4394Mark TeltscherUnited Kingdom314,500
Amazon4395Jeff GrossUnited States147,100
Amazon4396Loc NguyenUnited States134,500
Amazon4401Daniel NegreanuCanada37,300
Amazon4402Rainer KempeGermany215,100
Amazon4403Kenneth SmaronUnited States178,000
Amazon4404Eli BergUnited States75,300
Amazon4406Govert MetaalNetherlands75,500
Amazon4411Ben KeelineUnited States41,400
Amazon4413Patrick MahoneyUnited States80,300
Amazon4414Michael BezizUnited States99,700
Amazon4415Elliott PetermanUnited Kingdom73,000
Amazon4416Sam GreenwoodCanada99,100
Amazon4421Ray QartomyUnited States196,400
Amazon4422Ivan DeyraFrance235,600
Amazon4423Faraz JakaUnited States234,700
Amazon4424Davidi KitaiBelgium90,000
Amazon4425Phil GalfondUnited States54,900
Amazon4433Andrew LichtenbergerUnited States107,200
Amazon4434Shaun DeebUnited States182,700
Amazon4435Todd IvensUnited States124,300
Amazon4436Dantonio BrownUnited States170,000
Amazon4441Eric BlairUnited States148,000
Amazon4442Michael GathyBelgium345,000
Amazon4445Bin DuanUnited States142,600
Amazon4446Paul VolpeUnited States171,300
Amazon4451Norbert SzecsiHungary189,600
Amazon4453Harrison GimbelUnited States203,900
Amazon4454Scott MargeresonUnited Kingdom212,800
Amazon4455Robert MizrachiUnited States364,100
Amazon4456Scott SeiverUnited States72,500
Amazon4461Jake SchindlerUnited States136,400
Amazon4462Daniel DemickiBulgaria23,200
Amazon4463Lucas ReevesUnited Kingdom247,700
Amazon4464Diogo VeigaPortugal176,300
Amazon4471Christian RudolphGermany294,000
Amazon4473Laurent PolitoFrance138,300
Amazon4474Michael AddamoAustralia289,800
Amazon4475Ben LambUnited States203,400
Amazon4476Goran MandicCroatia158,700

Welcome to Day 2 of Event #74: Big Blind Antes $10,000 No-Limit Hold'em 6-Handed Championship

Daniel Weinand
Daniel Weinand

Welcome to Day 2 of Event #74: Big Blind Antes $10,000 No-Limit Hold'em 6-Handed Championship at the World Series of Poker where the play is set to get underway at 2 pm.

The brand new 'big blind ante' format was introduced to this event for the first time this year and yesterday's Day 1 saw 327 entrants take part. Of that number, 120 players will return. However, they may be joined by some new faces with registration open until the start of play today.

Robert Mizrachi (364,100) has the chip lead but is closely followed by Peter Weinand (358,900), Jason Mangold (350,100), Michael Gathy (345,000) and Mark Teltscher (314,500).

A host of bracelet winners entered the fray yesterday and some of the names set to do battle on Day 2 include Michael Addamo (289,800), Dominik Nitsche (285,400), Will Givens (250,000), Harrison Gimbel (203,900), Ben Lamb (203,400), Loni Harwood (154,600), Sam Greenwood (99,100), Daniel Negreanu (37,300) and Liv Boeree (30,000).

Player of the year contender Shaun Deeb also bagged chips and will sit down with 182,700, but one player who will not return is his closest rival to the title John Hennegan, who entered the action late in the day but was unable to spin up a stack.

Former Main Event champions Martin Jacobson (138,700), Ryan Riess (120,600) and Greg Merson (118,500) will also be in action.

Ten 60-minute levels will be played out with 15-minute breaks coming every two hours and a 60-minute dinner break at the end of level six.

Blinds will resume at 1,000/2000/2000 big blind ante.

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Check back in with PokerNews from 2 pm today when all the action begins as the remaining faces try to build a stack for the final day!

Tags: Ben LambDaniel NegreanuDominik NitscheGreg MersonHarrison GimbelLiv BoereeLoni HarwoodMark TeltscherMartin JacobsonMichael GathyRobert MizrachiRyan RiessSam GreenwoodShaun DeebWill Givens

Nível: 11

Blinds: 1,000/2,000

Ante: 2,000

Chidwick Eliminates Zack

Nível 11 : 1,000/2,000, 2,000 ante

Dan Zack took advantage of the registration period being open until the start of Day 2 and sat down with a fresh 50,000 stack. But unfortunately for him, his participation lasted a matter of minutes.

Zack was all in with pocket eights preflop and up against Stephen Chidwick's pocket aces. The board brought no luck for Zack, and he was eliminated.

Jogador Fichas Oscilação
Stephen Chidwick gb
Stephen Chidwick
95,000 41,600
WSOP 1X Winner
Dan Zack us
Dan Zack

Tags: Dan ZackStephen Chidwick

Negranu Doubles Through Metaal

Nível 11 : 1,000/2,000, 2,000 ante
Daniel Negreanu in a previous event
Daniel Negreanu in a previous event

What is a great start for Daniel Negreanu is a bad start for Govert Metaal.

With 6,000 in the pot, Metaal checked to Negreanu on the {3-Spades}{A-Diamonds}{2-Diamonds} board. Negreanu checked behind.

The turn was the {8-Spades} and Metaal lead out with a bet of 2,500. Negreanu decided to raise it up to 7,500 and that made Metaal think about his decision. The eventual outcome of Metaal's thinking was a three-bet to 22,500. Negreanu pushed all in for a total of 44,800 and Metaal called.

Govert Metaal: {A-Spades}{Q-Spades}
Daniel Negreanu: {5-Hearts}{4-Spades}

The river card was the {7-Diamonds} and that didn't give Metaal the flush to eliminate Negreanu and the leader on the all time money list doubled up in one of the first hands of the day.

Jogador Fichas Oscilação
Daniel Negreanu ca
Daniel Negreanu
95,600 58,300
WSOP 6X Winner
Poker Hall of Famer
Govert Metaal nl
Govert Metaal
36,000 -39,500

Tags: Daniel NegreanuGovert Metaal

Jacobson Gets Value

Nível 11 : 1,000/2,000, 2,000 ante
Martin Jacobson
Martin Jacobson

Jennifer Tilly raised to 4,900 from the cutoff and saw Martin Jacobson call on the button. The flop came down {q-Hearts}{6-Spades}{5-Diamonds}, and Tilly check-called a 5,000 bet from Jacobson. The turn was the {8-Hearts}, and Tilly checked again before Jacobson continued for 17,000. Tilly made the call, and they saw the {3-Hearts} river.

Tilly checked for the third time, and Jacobson bet on the third-street for 22,000.

"Do you have a straight?" asked Tilly, but former Main Event champion Jacobson remained silent.

Tilly thought through her decision for another minute before she called. Jacobson turned over {6-Clubs}{6-Hearts} for a set and Tilly mucked.

Jogador Fichas Oscilação
Martin Jacobson se
Martin Jacobson
190,000 51,300
WSOP Main Event Champion
WSOP 1X Winner
Jennifer Tilly us
Jennifer Tilly
40,000 -78,300
WSOP 1X Winner

Tags: Jennifer TillyMartin Jacobson

Kakhmazov Takes From Schwippert

Nível 11 : 1,000/2,000, 2,000 ante
Jan-Eric Schwippert
Jan-Eric Schwippert

It folded around to Nadar Kakhmazov in the small blind and he limped to Jan-Eric Schwippert in the big blind. Schwippert decided to raise to 6,500 and Kakhmazov called.

The flop came down {K-Spades}{A-Diamonds}{J-Hearts} and Kakhmazov checked to Schwippert. Schwippert put in a continuation bet to 5,000 and Kakhmazov called again.

Both players checked when the {9-Hearts} came down on the turn and the dealer opened up the {A-Clubs} river. Kakhmazov lead out with a bet of 13,500 and that was enough to make Schwippert fold.

Jogador Fichas Oscilação
Jan-Eric Schwippert de
Jan-Eric Schwippert
231,000 -14,000
Nadar Kakhmazov ru
Nadar Kakhmazov
130,000 1,200
WSOP 1X Winner

Tags: Jan Eric SchwippertNadar Kakhmazov