2017 World Series of Poker

Event #21: $1,500 8-Game Mix 6-Handed
Dias: 3
Event Info

2017 World Series of Poker

Resultado Final
Mão Vencedora
Event Info
Prize Pool
Informações sobre o nível
80,000 / 160,000

More for Ross

Nível 21 : 12,000/24,000, 0 ante

Stud Hi-Lo

Fabrice Soulier had the lead on fourth street with two wheel cards up, but Mike Ross was the one catching a third low card and firing away on the remaining streets, while Soulier mucked on fifth.

Soulier: {x-}{x-} / {5-Clubs}{a-Spades}{9-Spades} (folded on fifth street)
Ross: {x-}{x-} / {7-Clubs}{4-Diamonds}{a-Clubs}{j-Diamonds}
Christopher Sensoli: {x-}{x-} / {k-Diamonds}{7-Diamonds}{8-Diamonds}{q-Spades}

Sensoli called down until Ross squeezed out his final card and bet the end.

"Standard stud hand for me," Sensoli sighed. "Bricked the world both ways. Nice hand."

Jogador Fichas Oscilação
Mike Ross us
Mike Ross
348,000 108,000
Christopher Sensoli us
Christopher Sensoli
235,000 22,000

Tags: Christopher SensoliFabrice SoulierMike Ross

Ross Doubles Through Sensoli

Nível 21 : 12,000/24,000, 0 ante

Pot-Limit Omaha

Christopher Sensoli limped in first to act, and Fabrice Soulier completed the blind. Mike Ross potted in the big blind to 24,000, and only Sensoli called.

The flop came {8-Spades}{7-Hearts}{k-Hearts}, and Ross immediately potted. It was most of his stack, leaving about 40,000 back.

"I don't think I can fold this," Sensoli said. "I just need to figure out if I should put the rest in now."

After a moment, he did just that.

Ross: {k-Spades}{q-Hearts}{j-Diamonds}{10-Hearts}
Sensoli: {10-Clubs}{9-Diamonds}{8-Clubs}{3-Clubs}

Ross was well in front with a flush draw, top pair and an open-ender. The turn was an {a-Clubs} and the river a {9-Spades}, leaving Ross with the nut straight and a double.

Jogador Fichas Oscilação
Mike Ross us
Mike Ross
240,000 121,500
Christopher Sensoli us
Christopher Sensoli
213,000 -132,000

Tags: Christopher SensoliMichael Ross

Sharp Start for Vitch

Nível 21 : 12,000/24,000, 0 ante


The first notch on Table 2 goes to Chris Vitch, who won a big opening pot against Alexandre Luneau. Vitch completed with the {4-Diamonds} and Luneau raised with the {6-Diamonds}. Vitch called and then bet the fourth street himself. The next two streets brought bets from Luneau and Vitch called twice. Luneau slowed down with a check on the seventh street and Vitch fired once more, forcing a fold from his opponent.

Alexandre Luneau: {X-}{X-} / {6-}{6-}{A-}{J-} / {X-} (folded on the seventh street)
Chris Vitch: {X-}{X-} / {4-}{A-}{K-}{K-} / {X-}

Jogador Fichas Oscilação
Chris Vitch us
Chris Vitch
260,000 112,000
Alexandre Luneau fr
Alexandre Luneau
225,000 -85,500

Tags: Alexandre LuneauChristopher Vitch

Nível: 21

Limit Flop / Draw - 6,000 12,000 12,000-24,000
Stud Games 3,000 3,000 12,000 12,000-24,000
No-Limit & Pot-Limit 1,500 3,000 6,000 -

Welcome to Day 3 of Event #21: $1,500 8-Game Mix 6-Handed

Alexandre Luneau
Alexandre Luneau

It's time to crown another bracelet winner as Day 3 of Event #21: $1,500 8-Game Mix 6-Handed is set to kick off at 2 p.m. with just 10 players in contention for a piece of gold jewelry and a $145,557 first-place prize.

Although Day 2 saw the late elimination of fan favorite Daniel Negreanu, there are still some very notable players left in this small field. For one, there's French high-stakes online cash player Alex Luneau, who has won nearly $5 million in tracked hands in his online nosebleed career. Luneau has already made a bit of noise here at the 2017 WSOP, showing off his mixed game prowess with a 15th-place finish in the $1,500 Dealer's Choice.

Chris Vitch, another noted mixed game player who took down his first bracelet in 2016 in $2,500 Mixed Triple Draw Lowball, is also among the final 10. He already booked a 10th-place finish last week in the $10,000 Omaha Hi-Lo Championship.

Everyone, though, is trying to catch Gregory Jamison, who finished atop the counts with 714,500. Second-place Ron Ware has 511,000, so it's a tightly bunched group overall as limits for limit games head to 12,000/24,000, while blinds will be 3,000/6,000 for big-bet games.

Stay tuned to PokerNews throughout the day to see who is crowned 8-game champ at this year's WSOP.

Final Day chip counts and seat assignments:

SeatNameCountryChip Count
1Ryan HimesUnited States410,000
3Ron WareUnited States511,000
4Fabrice SoulierFrance346,000
5Michael RossUnited States118,500
6Christopher SensoliUnited States345,000
1Sachin BhargavaUnited States470,000
2Gregory JamisonUnited States714,500
3Christopher VitchUnited States148,000
4Georgii BelianinRussia168,000
6Alexandre LuneauFrance310,500

Event #21: $1,500 8-Game Mix 6-Handed

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