Dia 2 Concluído
Dia 2 Concluído
Kerry Goldberg Leads Event #35: $1,000 Super Seniors No-Limit Hold'em
It's time for everyone to get some rest as Day 2 of Event #35: $1,000 Super Seniors No-Limit Hold'Em has come to an end. Kerry Goldberg leads the remaining 22 players into the final day with 1,224,000 chips. Earl Hirakawa ran up a stack earlier in the day and coasted to the finish with 728,000 chips. Darrell Ticehurst also bagged a healthy stack, rounding out the top three, with 716,000 chips.
Goldberg has cashed in three WSOP events in his poker career, including last year in this same event where he finished in 91st place. Goldberg will be looking for his largest live tournament cash and to add to his $56,000 career tournament earnings. He came into the day with an average chip stack and finished the day as the only player over 1,000,000 chips. Goldberg won a big hand in the last level when he made a set of nines against his opponent's top two pair.
Also still in the mix is the defending champion of this event, James Moore, who bagged 559,000 and will enter the day fifth in chips. Moore topped a field of more than 1,000 last year to walk away with $230,626. He'll have his eyes set on a repeat performance on Tuesday.
The final 22 players will return on Tuesday at 11 a.m. local time to compete for the WSOP gold bracelet and the $259,230 first place prize. They will play another 30 minutes of level 21 with the blinds at 6,000/12,000 with a 2,000 ante and then 60-minute levels until a winner is crowned.
Day 3 Seat Draw
|Room||Table||Seat||Player||Country||Chip Count||Big Blinds|
|Brasilia||730||2||Darrell Ticehurst||United States||116,000||10|
|Brasilia||730||4||Stanley Siegel||United States||363,000||30|
|Brasilia||730||5||Terry Stuhldreher||United States||305,000||25|
|Brasilia||730||6||David Smith||United States||572,000||48|
|Brasilia||730||7||Peter Lockwood||United States||194,000||16|
|Brasilia||730||8||Steve Hohn||United States||217,000||18|
|Brasilia||730||9||Marcia Godinez||United States||36,000||3|
|Brasilia||731||1||Ernest Ruybalid||United States||451,000||38|
|Brasilia||731||3||Federico Cuellar||United States||332,000||28|
|Brasilia||731||4||Ed Aulick||United States||296,000||25|
|Brasilia||731||5||Alan Wheeler||United States||80,000||7|
|Brasilia||731||6||Ken Aldridge||United States||157,000||13|
|Brasilia||731||7||Earl Hirakawa||United States||728,000||61|
|Brasilia||731||9||Richard Phelps||United States||98,000||8|
|Brasilia||732||1||Veronica Daly||United States||634,000||53|
|Brasilia||732||2||Daniel Favreau||United States||450,000||38|
|Brasilia||732||3||Joseph Aronesty||United States||297,000||25|
|Brasilia||732||6||Kerry Goldberg||United States||1,159,000||97|
|Brasilia||732||7||Jonathan Hildner||United States||75,000||6|
|Brasilia||732||8||James Moore||United States||559,000||47|
|Brasilia||732||9||John Isler||United States||546,000||46|
Official End-of-Day Chip Counts (Completo)
Daniel Favreau Doubles Up With Four Hands Remaining
As the end of Day 2 was nearing, Daniel Favreau was able to get all of his 209,000 chips in the middle in a favorable position against Marcia Godinez. Favreau held versus Godinez's .
The board ran out and Favreau got a full double up. As for Godinez, she was left with just 65,000 with the final four hands being called by the tournament director for the evening.
Last Break of the Day
The remaining 24 players are on a quick 10-minute break before returning to play 30 minutes of Level 21 to close out the evening.
Daly Spikes the Turn and Gets Paid on the River
With about 155,000 in the pot and the board reading , Veronica Daly checked from the big blind. John Junker was on the button and also checked.
The river was the , Daly bet 50,000, and Junker called. Daly tabled , and Junker flashed an eight as he pushed the chips forward.
Goldberg With Another Elimination
Kerry Goldberg and Robert Corbeil got it all in preflop for Cordeil's remaining stack of what appeared to be 63,000.
Goldberg tabled , Corbeil showed , and Cordeil was sent to the rail while Goldberg continued to amass chips.
Three Tables, 27 Players Remain
There are just 27 players remaining, and they are down to the final three tables. Here is a look at the chip leaders heading into the last level of the evening.
"Oyster King" Bids Farewell
The action was folded to Kerry Goldberg on the button, who raised to 30,000, and Armand "Oyster King" King three-bet to 93,000 from the big blind. Goldberg four-bet shoved all in, and King called for his remaining 80,000.
Goldberg was out front with against King's . The board ran out , and King was sent to the cash cage to collect his money.
King is a well-known poker player from Montreal, Canada but says he will be sticking around the Las Vegas area a little while longer to play some more tournaments.