Event #3: BIG 50 - $500 No-Limit Hold'em
Event #3: BIG 50 - $500 No-Limit Hold'em
Dia 1d Concluído

Andrei Khosh Bags Just Under a Million Chips as Max-Capacity Day 1d Ends

• Nível 12: 2,000-4,000, 4,000 ante
Andrei Khosh
Andrei Khosh

The final flight of the record-breaking Event #3: The Big 50 - $500 No Limit Hold'em saw over 8,000 entrants take part in a tournament that put even the capacious conference centre at the Rio to the test. Late registrants patiently waited to fill the gaps left by those busted from the sell-out Day 1d and eventually everyone keen for a shot at a WSOP bracelet and a piece of a truly phenomenal prize pool had their chance to play. With the final numbers still being tallied, it is definitely safe to say that this sell-out final Day 1 puts the total number of entrants well over 25,000.

Tonight’s chip leader is Andrei Khosh, who bagged a huge 970,000 chips, in front of other notables such as Kevin O’Donnell (773,000), Rick Trigg (663,000), Max Brown (496,000) and James Dempsey (350,000). With thousands of players’ chips to log, full counts have been announced as available later this morning. Other players making a bid for the unique Big 50 title who fell before the final whistle were John Phan, Maria Konnikova, Blair Hinkle and a valiantly double late-registering Maria Ho.

The next step for today’s chip-baggers on the way to claiming the $1,000,000 guaranteed first prize is to conquer Day 2d, beginning at 10:00 on Tuesday, June 4. Tomorrow we’ll be covering Day 2c, also beginning at 10:00.

Tags: Andrei KhoshBlair HinkleJohn PhanMaria HoMaria KonnikovaMax Brown


• Nível 12: 2,000-4,000, 4,000 ante

Players have begun the bagging process after the completion of play on Day 1d of the record breaking Big 50 event.

Last Seven Hands

• Nível 12: 2,000-4,000, 4,000 ante

The clock is paused as hundreds of tables complete their last seven hands of Day 1d. A recap of the day will follow, with full counts and player numbers confirmed once the mammoth bagging process is complete.

End-of-Day 1d Chip Counts (Completo)

• Nível 12: 2,000-4,000, 4,000 ante
Andrei Khosh US
Andrei Khosh
US 970,000 190,000
Arne Kern de
Arne Kern
de 963,000
Kevin Mooney US
Kevin Mooney
US 944,000
Shahin Shojaeyan us
Shahin Shojaeyan
us 860,000
Muhammad Abdel Rahim us
Muhammad Abdel Rahim
us 860,000
Kevin Young us
Kevin Young
us 823,000
Jeremy Martinez US
Jeremy Martinez
US 811,000
Fabrizio D'Agostino it
Fabrizio D'Agostino
it 805,000
Richard Kirsch us
Richard Kirsch
us 800,000
Wallace Dawkins us
Wallace Dawkins
us 779,000
Jason Miller us
Jason Miller
us 779,000 -5,000
Kevin O'Donnell us
Kevin O'Donnell
us 773,000 773,000
Bret Hansen US
Bret Hansen
US 768,000 768,000
Johnathon Rabideau US
Johnathon Rabideau
US 754,000 754,000
Frank Cremen US
Frank Cremen
US 747,000
Horsheng Lee us
Horsheng Lee
us 733,000
Ory Hen us
Ory Hen
us 720,000 720,000
Dennis Brinn US
Dennis Brinn
US 719,000
Jason Guthrie US
Jason Guthrie
US 707,000 -3,000
Ryan McBride us
Ryan McBride
us 707,000 77,000
Randy Lew us
Randy Lew
us 698,000 698,000
Samuel Vizza us
Samuel Vizza
us 692,000 692,000
Max Lash US
Max Lash
US 687,000 687,000
Gael Lebihan FR
Gael Lebihan
FR 686,000
Nunziata Biagio US
Nunziata Biagio
US 680,000

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Tags: Kelly MinkinLoni HarwoodMatt BerkeyNick Guagenti

Chip Lead Contender Discovered in Amazon Room

• Nível 12: 2,000-4,000, 4,000 ante

Though Day 1d of the Big 50 has seemed to stay the same mammoth size over 13 50-minute levels, there is ample proof that players have been and gone in the stack of Andrei Khosh. He has nearly 800,000 in chips, which would put him in the ballpark of prior start days' leaders with half an hour of play left to go.

Andrei Khosh US
Andrei Khosh
US 780,000

Tags: Andrei Khosh

Last Break of the Night

• Nível 12: 2,000-4,000, 4,000 ante

Players are now on a 15 minute break, the last of the night. After the break, they will return to play level 13 before bagging for the night.

Rascar Eliminates Opponent

• Nível 12: 2,000-4,000, 4,000 ante

From early position a player moved all in for his remaining 45,000 and was met with a call by Yohan Rascar in the big blind.

Rascar was behind with the {k-Hearts}{10-} vs his opponent's {a-Diamonds}{q-Spades}. But the flop for fortuitous for Rascar as it came {q-Diamonds}{4-Hearts}{k-Spades}. The turn was the {5-Diamonds} and the {k-Clubs} on the river put the stranglehold on the hand to give Rascar a chunk of chips from his eliminated opponent.

Yohan Rascar FR
Yohan Rascar
FR 285,000 125,000

Tags: Yohan Rascar