Event #50: Monster Stack - $1,500 No-Limit Hold'em
Dia 4 Iniciado
Event #50: Monster Stack - $1,500 No-Limit Hold'em
Dia 4 Iniciado
Welcome to Day 4 of Event #50: Monster Stack - $1,500 No Limit Hold’em.
Action on Day 3 started from the moment the first cards hit the felt, with almost 200 of the 457 players that returned hitting the rail in the first two levels of play. Kainalu McCue-Unciano, who went into Day 3 as the chip leader, was responsible for a good number of those bust outs. McCue-Unciano started the day with just over 2,000,000 in chips, but by the dinner break had built his stack to over 16,000,000 thanks to an amazing run of cards. Unfortunately, McCue-Unciano's fortunes changed in the latter parts of Day 3, especially during the last level of play, and he bagged 3,750,000 going into Day 4.
Forty-nine players will return to take their seats on Day 4, and Vincent Chauve, who amassed a good portion of his stack during the last two levels of play yo bag a very impressive 22,000,000 in chips, returns as the start-of-day chip leader. Bryan Kim (17,725,000), Anthony Kazgandjian (15,700,000), Ramiro Petrone (13,900,000), and Andre Haneberg (12,725,000) round out the top five. Andrew Moreno, Bart Hanson, Kevin Roster, Tom Koral and Igor Yaroshevskyy will also be returning to take their seats at the start of Day 4.
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All returning players are guaranteed a minimum payout of $22,561, but of course, it's the WSOP gold bracelet and $1,008,850 in cash that they're all playing for.
Day 4 resumes at 12 p.m. local time and will play down to six players. There will be hour-long levels with a 60-minute dinner break after the sixth level of play (approximately 6:45 p.m.). Play will restart at Level 32, with blinds of 100,000/200,000 and an ante of 200,000. 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.
Day 4 Seat Draw - Event #50: Monster Stack - $1,500 No-Limit Hold'em
|Room||Table||Seat||Player||Country||Chip Count||Big Blinds|
|Amazon||406||1||Kevin Roster||United States||3,475,000||17|
|Amazon||406||4||Christopher Mitchell||United States||4,750,000||24|
|Amazon||406||6||Gregory Fishberg||United States||5,075,000||25|
|Amazon||406||7||Bart Hanson||United States||11,650,000||58|
|Amazon||406||9||Carlos Guerrero||United States||2,050,000||10|
|Amazon||407||1||Elias Zeilah||United States||2,350,000||12|
|Amazon||407||2||Matthew Frank Sesso||United States||6,975,000||35|
|Amazon||407||4||Tom Koral||United States||3,450,000||17|
|Amazon||407||6||Elliott Peterman||United Kingdom||4,975,000||25|
|Amazon||407||7||Dale Isobe||United States||3,400,000||17|
|Amazon||407||9||Willaim Lorring||United States||9,400,000||47|
|Amazon||408||1||Jonathan Seltzer||United States||12,125,000||61|
|Amazon||408||2||Andrew Moreno||United States||1,250,000||6|
|Amazon||408||3||Jordan Helstern||United States||2,575,000||13|
|Amazon||408||5||Gergely Kulcsar||United States||6,725,000||34|
|Amazon||408||6||Nicholas Kallenbach||United States||3,825,000||19|
|Amazon||408||7||Juan Sanchez||United Kingdom||2,475,000||12|
|Amazon||408||8||Peter Park||United States||2,850,000||14|
|Amazon||408||9||Igor Merda||United States||1,375,000||7|
|Amazon||409||2||Rudy Cadenas||United States||1,400,000||7|
|Amazon||409||4||Kainalu McCue-Unciano||United States||3,750,000||19|
|Amazon||409||6||Timothy Little||United States||2,775,000||14|
|Amazon||409||7||Southisak Seunsom||United States||1,500,000||8|
|Amazon||409||9||Bryan Kim||United States||17,725,000||89|
|Amazon||410||3||Guy Taylor||United Kingdom||7,600,000||38|
|Amazon||410||4||Andrea Bracken||United States||3,800,000||19|
|Amazon||410||5||Noah Lauck||United States||4,200,000||21|
|Amazon||410||7||Michael Mccray||United States||2,700,000||14|
|Amazon||410||8||Benjamin Ector||United States||11,465,000||57|
|Amazon||411||1||John Humphries||United States||3,800,000||19|
|Amazon||411||3||Ryan Hughes||United States||8,500,000||43|
|Amazon||411||4||Randall Hernandez||Costa Rica||11,975,000||60|
|Amazon||411||6||Matthew Dozier||United States||5,950,000||30|
|Amazon||411||7||Robert Mcveigh||United States||5,675,000||28|
|Amazon||411||8||Jeffrey Dewitt||United States||2,800,000||14|
The dealers have been told to shuffle up and deal, so Day 4 is officially underway.
Jordan Helstern shoved from middle position and Juan Sanchez made the call.
The board ran out and eliminated Helstern early on Day 4.
The action folded around to Carlos Guerrero in the hijack, and he moved all-in for 2,000,000. Christopher Mitchell was in the big blind and thought it over for about a minute before making the call.
Mitchell was a big favorite and the board ran out , knocking Guerrero out of the tournament.
The bustouts have come quickly in the first level of play on Day 4 and Allan Berger was just the latest player sent to the rail.
After action folded around to Kainalu McCue-Unciano on the button, he shoved all in and Berger called all in from his small blind.
McCue-Unciano hit his ace on the flop, and the turn and river were of no help to Berger and he was sent to the payout desk.
Jonathon Seltzer raised under-the-gun to 425,000 and the action folded around to Igor Merda in the big blind who shipped all of his chips in the middle. Seltzer didn't take too much time before making the call.
The flop came in Seltzer's favor with the but Merda still had an open-ended straight draw. The turn was the giving Merda the straight but the landed on the river making Seltzer Broadway and eliminating Merda.
Ramiro Petrone raised it up to 350,000, and from the next seat over Willaim Lorring made it 1,000,000 to go. Action folded back around to Petrone and he made the call.
After Petrone checked the flop, Lorring continued for 2,000,000, which was enough to get a check-fold from Petrone.
With roughly 1,000,000 in chips already in the middle on a board, Ramiro Petrone check-raised Greg Fishberg to 1,300,000. Fishberg didn't waste any time and moved all-in for his entire stack. Petrone took a few seconds and threw his cards in the muck.