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2019 World Series of Poker

Event #73: $10,000 No-Limit Hold'em MAIN EVENT - World Championship
Event Info

2019 World Series of Poker

Resultado Final
Mão Vencedora
Event Info
Prize Pool
Informações sobre o nível
2,000,000 / 4,000,000

Event #73: $10,000 No-Limit Hold'em MAIN EVENT - World Championship

Dia 7 Iniciado

Start-of-Day Chip Counts Day 7

Jogador Fichas Oscilação
Nick Marchington gb
Nick Marchington
Day 6 Chip Leader
Hossein Ensan de
Hossein Ensan
Main Event Champion
WSOP 1X Winner
Timothy Su us
Timothy Su
Day 5 Chip Leader
Milos Skrbic rs
Milos Skrbic
Henry Lu us
Henry Lu
Garry Gates us
Garry Gates
Duey Duong us
Duey Duong
Warwick Mirzikinian au
Warwick Mirzikinian
Dario Sammartino it
Dario Sammartino
Kevin Maahs us
Kevin Maahs
Michael Niwinski ca
Michael Niwinski
Zhen Cai us
Zhen Cai
Luke Graham us
Luke Graham
Enrico Rudelitz de
Enrico Rudelitz
Preben Stokkan no
Preben Stokkan
Day 3 Chip Leader
Yuri Dzivielevski br
Yuri Dzivielevski
WSOP 4X Winner
[Removed:140] at
Nicholas Danias us
Nicholas Danias
Hiroki Nawa jp
Hiroki Nawa
Zackary Koerper us
Zackary Koerper
Daniel Charlton gb
Daniel Charlton
Mihai Manole ro
Mihai Manole
Marcelo Cudos ar
Marcelo Cudos
Austin Lewis us
Austin Lewis
Mario Navarro es
Mario Navarro

Leia tudo

Day 7 Seating Draw

TableSeatPlayerCountryChip CountBig Blinds
4081Mihai ManoleRomania9,700,00032
4082Marcelo CudosArgentina9,450,00032
4083Kevin MaahsUnited States19,550,00065
4084Zhen CaiUnited States18,275,00061
4085Preben StokkanUnited States14,600,00049
4086-- empty --------
4087Duey DuongUnited States21,650,00072
4088Enrico RudelitzGermany15,800,00053
4089Michael NiwinskiCanada18,900,00063
4092Christopher BartonUnited States4,350,00015
4093Austin LewisUnited States9,350,00031
4094Mario NavarroSpain8,150,00027
4095Dario SammartinoItaly19,850,00066
4096Timothy SuUnited States34,350,000115
4097Oliver BithellUnited Kingdom8,075,00027
4098Henry LuUnited States25,525,00085
4099Yuri DzivielevskiBrazil13,750,00046
4101Luke GrahamUnited States16,300,00054
4102Zackary KoerperUnited States10,075,00034
4103Milos SkrbicSerbia31,450,000105
4104Steven ParrottUnited States1,825,0006
4105Garry GatesUnited States25,025,00083
4106Nick MarchingtonUnited Kingdom39,800,000133
4107Alex LivingstonCanada2,800,0009
4108Christopher AhrensGermany7,275,00024
4109Thomer PidunGermany3,625,00012
4111Paul DhaliwalCanada6,225,00021
4112Hossein EnsanGermany34,500,000115
4113Corey BurbickUnited States7,250,00024
4114Hiroki NawaJapan10,250,00034
4115Warwick MirzikinianAustralia20,700,00069
4116Johnathan DempseyUnited States6,500,00022
4117Nicholas DaniasUnited Kingdom11,550,00039
4118Daniel CharltonUnited Kingdom9,725,00032
4119Robert HeidornGermany7,625,00025

How Did They Get Here?

Just 35 players remain in the second-biggest World Series of Poker Main Event. All of them are 34 eliminations removed from banking $10,000,000 and 26 players away from making the year's biggest final table.

  • From the Top 35, five players played Day 1a, ten played Day 1b, and seventeen registered Day 1c.
  • The option to enter before Day 2 was newly introduced this year. Three players that made it to the Top 35 did exactly that; Kevin Maahs and Hiroki Nawa signed up before the start of play on Day 2ab, Warwick Mirzikinian did so before Day 2c got underway.
  • Garry Gates, Duey Duong, Zhen Cai, Preben Stokkan, and Thomar Pidun survived their respective Day 1's with fewer chips than the 60,000 they started the day with.
  • Timothy Su has led the WSOP Main Event at the end of two days, he finished up top after both Day 2ab and Day 5.
  • All the players that have led the Main Event at a day's closing, have cashed.
DayChipleaderCountryChips Finishing Position
1aBryan CampanelloUnited States0 435th
1bAdam OwenUnited Kingdom0 570th
1cJames HensonUnited States0 780th
2abTimothy SuUnited States34,350,0003/35 
2cJulian Milliard-FeralUnited States0 334th
3Preben StokkanNorway14,600,00015/35 
4Dean MorroneCanada0 159th
5Timothy SuUnited States34,350,0003/35 
6Nicholas MarchingtonUnited Kingdom39,800,0001/35 

Let's take a look at how they got to Day 7 of the Main Event. The chip stacks mentioned are those registered at the end of the days, as reported by the official WSOP chip count lists.

Players(Starting Day)StartDay 1Day 2Day 3Day 4Day 5Day 6
Nicholas Marchington(1B)60,000109,100383,000734,0002,785,00010,835,00039,800,000
Hossein Ensan(1C)60,000180,000209,000336,0003,250,0007,100,00034,500,000
Timothy Su(1A)60,000297,300791,000602,0002,570,00019,235,00034,350,000
Milos Skrbic(1A)60,00072,200368,900624,0002,466,00010,715,00031,450,000
Henry Lu(1C)60,000181,500188,7008960001,428,0001,125,00025,525,000
Garry Gates(1C)60,00057,800283,300348,0001,085,0004,990,00025,025,000
Duey Duong(1C)60,00045,000290,0001,576,0002,600,0001,725,00021,650,000
Warwick Mirzikinian(2C)060,000312,4001,175,0003,900,00011,430,00020,700,000
Dario Sammartino(1C)60,000121,000522,700552,0002,302,000860,00019,850,000
Kevin Maahs(2AB)060,000262,100123,0002,596,0007,630,00019,550,000
Michael Niwinski(1B)60,000104,600370,2001,060,0001,269,0004,960,00018,900,000
Zhen Cai(1C)60,00039,500152,4001,058,0003,200,0006,945,00018,275,000
Luke Graham(1C)60,00097,500362,900996,0001,728,00011,280,00016,300,000
Enrico Rudelitz(1B)60,00097,100174,000606,0001,661,0006,180,00015,800,000
Preben Stokkan(1C)60,00044,00093,0002,184,0002,900,0001,100,00014,600,000
Yuri Dzivielevski(1B)60,000221,900290,3001,083,0001,790,0003,530,00013,750,000
Nicholas Danias(1B)60,00090,600409,90085,0002,575,0005,535,00011,550,000
Hiroki Nawa(2C)060,000240,000522,000643,0007,760,00010,250,000
Zackary Koerper(1C)60,000181,000481,2001,191,0001,006,0008,650,00010,075,000
Daniel Charlton(1C)60,000137,900373,8001,412,0001,918,0004,090,0009,725,000
Mihai Manole(1C)60,000136,300188,000408,0003,781,0005,685,0009,700,000
Marcelo Cudos(1B)60,000144,700175,500282,000477,0005,055,0009,450,000
Austin Lewis(1A)60,00068,300301,800604,0001,105,0003,760,0009,350,000
Mario Navarro(1C)60,00098,400262,000805,0002,000,0003,600,0008,150,000
Oliver Bithell(1C)60,00092,20035,1001,035,0002,926,0005,500,0008,075,000
Robert Heidorn(1B)60,000117,600227,3001,221,0003,700,0008,400,0007,625,000
Christopher Ahrens(1B)60,000175,100195,400616,000595,0001,805,0007,275,000
Corey Burbick(1C)60,00075,400187,100832,0002,820,0002,590,0007,250,000
Johnathan Dempsey(1B)60,000209,000258,700724,0002,081,0001,545,0006,500,000
Paul Dhaliwal(1C)60,00091,700193,900433,0001,394,0003,370,0006,225,000
Christopher Barton(1C)60,000134,500120,200509,0002,700,0003,600,0004,350,000
Thomer Pidun(1A)60,00054,800103,5001,195,0002,349,0005,260,0003,625,000
Alex Livingston(1B)60,000159,000360,600681,000660,0003,935,0002,800,000
Steven Parrott(1C)60,000113,000291,500459,0001,081,0004,505,0001,825,000
Main Event Field
Main Event Field

Day 7 Awaits as the Greatest Poker Tournament Action Gets Underway at Noon

2019 Main Event Bracelet
2019 Main Event Bracelet

Today is going to be one of the most critical days in the careers of each of the 35 poker players that remain in the 2019 WSOP Main Event. The final table is in reach, but that means that 26 players will see their dreams crushed; their hopes dashed at the last stage before the last nine players' lives change forever.

People's expectations differ. You have the big stacks that have everything to lose. Nick Marchington leads the event with a stack a small blind shy of forty million. "I could never have imagined it, but here I am," he said after bagging last night. The pressure is high, and even though he's no newcomer to the game of poker, he hasn't faced a similar situation yet in his career. The cameras will be on him, the badge calling him the 'Day 6 chipleader' can't be taken away from him anymore but anything outside of making the final table with a comfortable stack will most likely feel like a disappointment.

A bit more used to the limelight is Hossein Ensan, who starts the day second in chips with a little under 35 million in chips. Having won EPT Prague's Main Event in 2015 for the equivalent of $825,151 and having finished third in the 2014 EPT Barcelona Main Event for $860,091, he's no stranger to playing poker for big money. But the World Series of Poker Main Event is a different beast altogether. It's the tournament.

And then there's Timothy Su who led after both Day 2ab and Day 5, who starts Day 7 with 34,350,000 in chips and find himself in third place on the leaderboard. He played the much talked about pot busting Sam Greenwood on Day 6 yesterday. He's used to the spotlight by now and the buzzing sound of ESPN's cameras following him. But will it give him extra energy and patience, or will he succumb to the pressure of the world watching his every move?

There's a lot less pressure on the shoulders of Steven Parrott (1,825,000) and Alex Livingston (2,800,000). With their short stacks, they know it's do or die. Double up or say goodbye early, there's no alternative. They have nothing to lose and everything to win. When the action gets underway at noon, they'll be looking for a spot to get it in.

A day full of the greatest poker action awaits. Regardless of who does well and who goes bust early, you can bet not to get bored. With the stakes this high, there's no universe in the multiverse where Day 7 of the 2019 World Series of Poker isn't one to get excited about!

Top 5 Chip Counts Going Into Day 7 2019 WSOP $10,000 Main Event

$PlayerCountryChip CountBig Blinds
1Nicholas MarchingtonUnited Kingdom39,800,000133
2Hossein EnsanGermany34,500,000115
3Timothy SuUnited States34,350,000115
4Milos SkrbicSerbia31,450,000105
5Henry LuUnited States25,525,00085
Nicholas Marchington
Nicholas Marchington leads with almost 40 million in chips

Day 7 Schedule

The plan for Day 7 is to play down to a final table of nine players; it's as simple as that. If history tells us anything, the players could be in for a long day as the penultimate day before the final table is set, usually is a slow affair. Levels are still 120 minutes each, followed by a 20-minute break each time. A 60-minute dinner break is scheduled for around 4:20 p.m., right after the second level.

Cards will be back in the air at noon in Level 32, with blinds at 150,000/300,000 with a 300,000 big blind ante.

LevelDurationSmall BlindBig BlindBig Blind Ante
35120 minutes300,000600,000600,000
36120 minutes400,000800,000800,000
37120 minutes500,0001,000,0001,000,000
38120 minutes600,0001,200,0001,200,000
39120 minutes800,0001,600,0001,600,000
40120 minutes1,000,0002,000,0002,000,000
41120 minutes1,250,0002,500,0002,500,000

The 2019 WSOP Main Event in Numbers

DayPlayers Total for DayPlayers Total CumulativePlayers Surviving


The 35 remaining players have all guaranteed themselves at least $261,430 for their efforts. Here's what's being paid out today and in the upcoming days. The new world champion, crowned on Tuesday, July 16, will walk away $10 million richer.


The PokerNews live reporting team will be swinging right back into the action in the Rio All-Suite Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada very soon, so make sure to check back regularly for updates from Day 7 of the 2019 WSOP Main Event.

2019 Main Event Bracelet
2019 Main Event Bracelet

Tags: Alex LivingstonHossein EnsanNick MarchingtonSam GreenwoodSteven ParrottTimothy SuWorld Series of PokerWSOP

Nível: 32

Blinds: 150,000/300,000

Ante: 300,000

Barton Doubles in First Hand

Nível 32 : 150,000/300,000, 300,000 ante
Christopher Barton
Christopher Barton

Timothy Su opened to 650,000 and Christopher Barton pushed all in from the small blind. Su asked for a count and made the call when it was deemed to be for 4,350,000.

Christopher Barton: {8-Clubs}{8-Hearts}
Timothy Su: {6-Clubs}{6-Spades}

The {a-Diamonds}{9-Diamonds}{8-Diamonds} flop gave Barton middle set and he locked up the double with the {9-Spades} turn, rendering the {7-Diamonds} river a formality.

Jogador Fichas Oscilação
Timothy Su us
Timothy Su
30,000,000 -4,350,000
Day 5 Chip Leader
Christopher Barton us
Christopher Barton
9,300,000 4,950,000

Tags: Christopher BartonTimothy Su

Stokkan Folds to Cai

Nível 32 : 150,000/300,000, 300,000 ante

Zhen Cai raised to 950,000 from the middle position and was called by Preben Stokkan on his direct left. The rest of the table folded.

The flop came {5-Spades}{k-Diamonds}{k-Spades}, Cai continued with a bet of 775,000 which Stokkan called.

The turn brought them the {4-Spades}, Cai took some time to consider his options and then led out with a bet of 2,300,000 to which Stokkan snap-folded.

Jogador Fichas Oscilação
Zhen Cai us
Zhen Cai
19,400,000 1,125,000
Preben Stokkan no
Preben Stokkan
12,000,000 -2,600,000
Day 3 Chip Leader

Tags: Cai ZhenPreben StokkanZhen Cai

Mirzikinian Raises the Flop

Nível 32 : 150,000/300,000, 300,000 ante

Warwick Mirzikinian raised to 700,000 from under the gun, Corey Burbick called from the small blind and Hiroki Nawa three-bet to 1,800,000 from the big blind. Mirzikinian called and Burbick folded.

The flop was {10-Clubs}{7-Spades}{4-Spades}, Nawa bet 1,500,000, Mirzikinian raised to 4,600,000 and Nawa folded.

Jogador Fichas Oscilação
Warwick Mirzikinian au
Warwick Mirzikinian
25,000,000 4,300,000
Hiroki Nawa jp
Hiroki Nawa
6,900,000 -3,350,000
Corey Burbick us
Corey Burbick
6,250,000 -1,000,000

Tags: Corey BurbickHiroki NawaWarwick Mirzikinian