2017 World Series of Poker

Event #19: THE GIANT - $365 No-Limit Hold'em
Dias: 3
Event Info

2017 World Series of Poker

Resultado Final
Vencedor
Mão Vencedora
k4
Prémio
$291,240
Event Info
Buy-in
$365
Prize Pool
$3,004,500
Entradas
10,015
Informações sobre o nível
Nível
39
Blinds
1,500,000 / 3,000,000
Ante
500,000

Nível: 32

Blinds: 200,000/400,000

Ante: 50,000

John Myung Eliminates Christopher Grove

Nível 31 : 150,000/300,000, 50,000 ante

Christopher Grove was in middle position and got it all in preflop for roughly 3,350,000 against John Myung who called on the button.

Myung: {k-Spades}{k-Diamonds}
Grove: {j-Diamonds}{j-Clubs}

The board ran out {6-Hearts}{9-Clubs}{a-Diamonds}{10-Spades}{k-Clubs} and Myung made a set of kings to eliminate Grove in 25th place.

Jogador Fichas Oscilação
John Myung us
John Myung
9,800,000 3,300,000
Christopher Grove us
Christopher Grove
Eliminado

Tags: Christopher GroveJohn Myung

Kleins Eliminates Easley

Nível 31 : 150,000/300,000, 50,000 ante

Martins Kleins was in the cutoff and moved all in for over 7 million. Dylan Easley was in the small blind and called all in for his remaining 1,625,000.

Kleins: {a-Diamonds}{8-Hearts}
Easley: {j-Clubs}{10-Clubs}

The board ran out {3-Diamonds}{a-Spades}{9-Clubs}{6-Hearts}{2-Diamonds}, and after the flopped ace, Easley was drawing dead to the river and will settle for 26th place.

Jogador Fichas Oscilação
Martins Kleins lv
Martins Kleins
9,300,000 1,950,000
Dylan Easley us
Dylan Easley
Eliminado

Tags: Dylan EasleyMartins Kleins

Shuffle Up and Deal

Nível 31 : 150,000/300,000, 50,000 ante

The players have returned for Day 3 of THE GIANT. The tournament director has just given the dealers the signal to shuffle up and deal. Who will take the gold WSOP bracelet home?

Nível: 31

Blinds: 150,000/300,000

Ante: 50,000

Welcome Back to the Final Day of THE GIANT

John Hutchinson
John Hutchinson

Day 3 of Event #19: THE GIANT - $365 No-Limit Hold'em at the World Series of Poker starts today at 2 p.m local time in the Amazon room. Twenty-seven out of 10,015 players that started on this tournament will return to play.

John Hutchinson is leading the field but is closely followed by Hrair Yapoudjian. Hutchinson has only cashed once before at the WSOP but will be looking to making this the first bracelet he wins. Ben Volpe is the player with the shortest stack of only four big blinds. He will be looking to add another bracelet to his collection by spinning up his stack.

Other notable players remaining are Eric Baldwin and Dieter Dechant. They are all guaranteed a minimum cash of $9,556, but they will be aiming for that WSOP gold bracelet, the first prize, and bragging rights.

They will return to Level 31 for another 20 minutes. Blinds will begin at 150,000/300,000 with an ante of 50,000 and they will continue playing until a winner has been crowned. The levels will be 40 minutes long with a 15-minute break every three levels and an hour-long dinner break after having played nine levels.

RoomTableSeatPlayerCountryChip CountBig Blinds
Amazon221Jorge PenaUnited States6,150,00021
Amazon222Hrair YapoudjianCanada18,875,00063
Amazon223Michael GuzzardiUnited States11,450,00038
Amazon224Robert PalfreyUnited States4,700,00016
Amazon225John HutchinsonUnited States21,200,00071
Amazon226Akin TunaGermany9,400,00031
Amazon227Dieter DechantUnited States8,775,00029
Amazon228Eric BaldwinUnited States8,075,00027
Amazon229Andrew CrookstonUnited States7,800,00026
       
Amazon231Martins KleinsLatvia7,350,00025
Amazon232Marc SpielbergUnited States3,800,00013
Amazon233Dylan EasleyUnited States2,075,0007
Amazon234Ben VolpeUnited States1,275,0004
Amazon235Marcus LaffenUnited States5,700,00019
Amazon236Hai NguyenUnited States7,300,00024
Amazon237Martin ZamaniUnited States7,375,00025
Amazon238Sang KimUnited States4,800,00016
Amazon239Vera KuhlGermany4,750,00016
       
Amazon241Dan StarkUnited States5,425,00018
Amazon242Tremayne JerniganUnited States9,800,00033
Amazon243Romit AdvaniUnited States6,675,00022
Amazon244John MyungUnited States6,500,00022
Amazon245Takuya SuzukiJapan3,575,00012
Amazon246John HayesUnited States4,875,00016
Amazon247Jeffery LovvornUnited States5,825,00019
Amazon248Ravi RaghavanUnited States12,900,00043
Amazon249Christopher GroveUnited States3,600,00012

This is what the final 27 players are playing for:

PositionPrize
1$291,240
2$179,735
3$133,493
4$100,001
5$75,086
6$56,856
7$43,321
8$33,210
9$25,610
10-12$19,862
13--15$15,487
16-18$12,137
19-27$9,556

Keep following the live updates from start to finish here on PokerNews to find out who will take that bracelet home with them.

Tags: Ben VolpeDieter DechantEric BaldwinHrair YapoudjianJohn Hutchinson