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2019 World Series of Poker

Event #50: Monster Stack - $1,500 No-Limit Hold'em
Dias: 3
Event Info

2019 World Series of Poker

Resultado Final
Mão Vencedora
Event Info
Prize Pool
Informações sobre o nível
2,500,000 / 5,000,000

Event #50: Monster Stack - $1,500 No-Limit Hold'em

Dia 3 Iniciado

Kainalu MCue-Unicano Leads Going Into Day 3; Joe Cada and Pierre Neuville Also Return With Healthy Chipstacks

Joe Cada
Joe Cada

Welcome to Day 3 of Event #50: $1,500 No-Limit Hold'em Monster Stack, an event that is scheduled to play out over six days.

Some 2,092 players took their sets at the start of Day 2, and by the end of play 457 had moved on to Day 3. Kainalu McCue-Unicano (2,187,000) bagged the healthiest stack, followed very closely by Andrew Moreno (2,034,000), Brady Bullard (1,971,000), Justin Kindred (1,900,000) and Benjamin Ector (1,869,000) round out the top five.

The money bubble burst before dinner break on Day 2, and notables such as Barry Greenstein, Taylor Paur, Jake Schwartz and Matt Stout didn't find a bag for the day but did manage to cash. Others, such as Igor Yaroshevskyy, Alex Lynskey, Nika Futterman, Mike Shariati and Ali Imsirovic all bagged at the end of Day 2 and will be back in action on Day 3.

All players returning on Day 3 are guaranteed a minimum payout of $3,534, but of course it's the highly-coveted WSOP gold bracelet and $1,008,850 payday that goes along with it that everyone has their sights set on.

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Day 3 resumes at 11 a.m. local time, and players will tackle 10 hour-long levels with a 60-minute dinner break after level six (approximately 5:30 p.m.). Play will restart at Level 22, with blinds of 10,000/20,000 and an ante of 20,000. The PokerNews team will be on hand to bring you all the action from when the first card is dealt until the last card hits the felt.

Tags: Alex LynskeyAli ImsirovicAndrew MorenoBarry GreensteinBenjamin EctorBrady BullardIgor YaroshevskyyJake SchwartzJoe CadaJustin KindredMatt StoutPierre NeuvilleTaylor Paur

Nível: 22

Blinds: 10,000/20,000

Ante: 20,000

Kaplan Sends Pho to the Rail Early on Day 3

Nível 22 : 10,000/20,000, 20,000 ante

Action folded around to the short-stacked Pho and he got his remaining 104,000 chips in the middle. From the next seat over, Jeffrey Kaplan, who brought a healthy stack into Day 3, made the call and the players tabled their hands.

Peter Pho: {a-Diamonds}{k-Spades}
Jeffrey Kaplan: {a-Clubs}{10-Spades}

Pho had a dominating ace preflop, but that all changed on the {8-Spades}{4-Diamonds}{10-Hearts} flop, and things didn't improve for him on the {j-Diamonds} turn or {j-Hearts} river, and he was sent to the payout desk early in the first level.

Jogador Fichas Oscilação
Jeffrey Kaplan us
Jeffrey Kaplan
1,804,000 154,000
Peter Rho us
Peter Rho

Tags: Jeffrey KaplanPeter Pho

Levy Powers Out Hughes

Nível 22 : 10,000/20,000, 20,000 ante

Jonathan Levy raised from early position, it folded around to Ryan Hughes who defended his big blind. The flop came {q-Hearts}{j-Diamonds}{7-Hearts}. Hughes checked and Levy continued with a stack of chips bet for about 55,000 which Hughes raised to 126,000.

Levy thought for a few seconds and announced a three-bet of 400,000 which prompted Hughes to snap fold before Levy could even cut out the chips

Jogador Fichas Oscilação
Ryan Hughes us
Ryan Hughes
1,050,000 -180,000
WSOP 3X Winner
Jonathan Levy us
Jonathan Levy
775,000 127,000

Tags: Jonathan LevyRyan Hughes

Giron Gets Through

Nível 22 : 10,000/20,000, 20,000 ante

Josep Galindo raised to 45,000 from under-the-gun and was called by Minh Tran. When action folded around to Pablo Giron on the button, he made it 110,000 to go. Both blinds folded, and with action back on Galindo he thought for about 30 seconds before he released his hand. Tran, however, thought for about a full minute before he released his cards, which sent the early pot to Giron.

Jogador Fichas Oscilação
Pablo Giron mx
Pablo Giron
930,000 930,000
Minh Tran au
Minh Tran
684,000 -45,000
Josep Galindo es
Josep Galindo
425,000 -45,000

Tags: Josep GalindoMinh TranPablo Giron

Lynskey Building Stack

Nível 22 : 10,000/20,000, 20,000 ante

Last year's Main Event final table participant Alex Lynskey made a bet of about 76,000 on a flop of {k-Hearts}{6-Spades}{10-Hearts}. His opponent Juan Sanchez thought for a while and made the call. The turn was the {a-Clubs}. Lynskey fired another bet of around 180,000 which Sanchez considered for about thirty seconds before folding his cards to send the pot over to the Aussie.

Jogador Fichas Oscilação
Alex Lynskey au
Alex Lynskey
1,350,000 349,900
Juan Sanchez es
Juan Sanchez
1,100,000 -393,000

Tags: Alex LynskeyJuan Sanchez

Yurasov Scoops a Nice One Early

Nível 22 : 10,000/20,000, 20,000 ante

Dmitry Yurasov raised it to 45,000 from early position, and when action folded to Alexander Gambino in late position, he three-bet to 125,000. The remaining players got out of the way, but Yurasov made the call.

Yurasov checked the {2-Clubs}{9-Hearts}{10-Diamonds} flop, Gambino continued for 100,000, Yurasov then put in a check-raise to 325,000, and after some thought, Gambino made the call.

Both players then checked through the {9-Spades} turn and {8-Diamonds} river, and after Yurasov tabled {j-Diamonds}{j-Spades}.

Jogador Fichas Oscilação
Dmitry Yurasov ru
Dmitry Yurasov
1,750,000 450,000
WSOP 2X Winner
Alexander Gambino us
Alexander Gambino
750,000 -450,000

Tags: Alexander GambinoDmitry Yurasov