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2017 World Series of Poker

Event #43: $1,500 No-Limit Hold'em SHOOTOUT
Dias: 1
Event Info

2017 World Series of Poker

Resultado Final
Mão Vencedora
Event Info
Prize Pool
Informações sobre o nível
40,000 / 80,000

Event #43: $1,500 No-Limit Hold'em SHOOTOUT Day 1 is a Wrap

Carlos Mortensen among those advancing to Day 2
Carlos Mortensen among those advancing to Day 2

Day 1 of Event #43: $1,500 No-Limit Hold'em SHOOTOUT is in the books after 120 tables found their respective winner. A total of 1,025 players started today, and 120 of them are cashing for at least $4,837, but they will all have their sights set on the first prize of $257,764 and that gold WSOP bracelet.

The first player to secure his spot for Day 2 was Jose Ramos, knocking John Pires out with two pair. Wilson Darella made quads to advance through to Day 2 and was noticeably happy about this, cheering out loud from the middle of the room.

Other notable names advancing to Day 2 are 2016 November Niners Vojtech Ruzicka and Kenny Hallaert, 2011 November Niner Martin Staszko, and bracelet winners Kevin MacPhee, Carlos Mortensen, Kevin Eyster, and Chris Moorman.

Others were not so lucky. Govert Metaal was knocked out by Andrew Brokos, Cory Waaland by Tirza Sanders, Cate Hall by Alexandre Rivero, and Danny Suied by Jonathan Little. Sam Cohen, Mike Matusow, Annette Obrestad, Jonathan Tamayo and Tobias Peters also failed to win their heads-up battles.

Play resumes Friday at noon for all 120 players, so make sure to keep following all the updates here at PokerNews.

Day 2 Seat Draw

RoomTableSeatPlayerCountryChip Count
Brasilia7181Kevin EysterUnited States65,100
Brasilia7182John PhanUnited States65,400
Brasilia7183Alex GoulderUnited Kingdom59,400
Brasilia7184Zachary SmileyUnited States59,600
Brasilia7185Kevin MacPheeUnited States65,000
Brasilia7186Jonathan MaherUnited States58,400
Brasilia7187Alex RochaUnited States65,200
Brasilia7188Joseph BarnardUnited States59,500
Brasilia7189Jonathan TamayoUnited States59,700
Brasilia71810Kenny HallaertBelgium65,100
Brasilia7191Jose MontesUnited States59,550
Brasilia7192Young Sik EumUnited States66,100
Brasilia7193Paul W LeeUnited States61,100
Brasilia7194Wilson LopesUnited States59,400
Brasilia7195Vincent RenzoUnited States59,700
Brasilia7196Ian ModderCanada58,900
Brasilia7197Jonathan LittleUnited States65,600
Brasilia7198Alan SpottsUnited States65,800
Brasilia7199Quan TranUnited States63,300
Brasilia71910Zakir LakhaniUnited States64,700
Brasilia7201Joe CookUnited States65,300
Brasilia7202Derek WoltersUnited States64,900
Brasilia7203Jonathan BorensteinUnited States64,500
Brasilia7204Martin WeiemannGermany59,475
Brasilia7205Matthew ErnstUnited States57,100
Brasilia7206Brian KellyUnited States65,900
Brasilia7207Daniel DangoorUnited States65,200
Brasilia7208Dennis ZolloUnited States58,900
Brasilia7209Linglin ZengChina59,300
Brasilia72010Michael CooperUnited States65,800
Brasilia7211Chris BrandUnited States65,400
Brasilia7212James CappucciUnited States59,600
Brasilia7213Kevin DavisUnited States64,800
Brasilia7214Tirza SandersUnited States59,800
Brasilia7215Xavier RiosUnited States65,525
Brasilia7216Josh WeissUnited States59,800
Brasilia7217Robert KuhnUnited States63,900
Brasilia7218Martin StaszkoCzech Republic65,600
Brasilia7219Daniel StrelitzUnited States65,275
Brasilia72110Frank WilliamsUnited States65,600
Brasilia7221Rodeen TalebiUnited States65,800
Brasilia7222Curt KohlbergUnited States64,700
Brasilia7223Stoyan ObreshkovBulgaria65,700
Brasilia7224Steve FouttyUnited States65,200
Brasilia7225Raghav BansalIndia59,000
Brasilia7226Josh KayUnited States59,700
Brasilia7227Nathan BjernoUnited States59,200
Brasilia7228John KimUnited States64,875
Brasilia7229Mikhail SeminRussia64,000
Brasilia72210Douglas HartwickCanada58,800
Brasilia7231Joel MickaUnited States59,000
Brasilia7232Matthew HaugenUnited States58,900
Brasilia7233Ben MayaUnited States59,600
Brasilia7234Thiago NishijimaBrazil64,900
Brasilia7235Chris MoormanUnited Kingdom58,800
Brasilia7236Timothy McdermottUnited States59,200
Brasilia7237Chris BellUnited States64,200
Brasilia7238Alexandre RiveroBrazil66,000
Brasilia7239Vojtech RuzickaCzech Republic65,900
Brasilia72310Gerald ChaplickUnited States65,100
Brasilia7241Kyle CartwrightUnited States65,600
Brasilia7242Ian O'HaraUnited States65,600
Brasilia7243Titan LeardUnited States59,300
Brasilia7244Christopher GordonUnited Kingdom64,800
Brasilia7245Everett CarltonUnited States65,200
Brasilia7246Shola AkindeleUnited Kingdom64,700
Brasilia7247Phachara WongwichitAustralia65,900
Brasilia7248Tony TranUnited States59,000
Brasilia7249Aaron HendersonUnited States59,600
Brasilia72410William DraperUnited States65,900
Brasilia7251Alexandru MasekUnited States65,400
Brasilia7252Benjamin GeismanUnited States66,100
Brasilia7253Toby BoasUnited States64,800
Brasilia7254Sean ShahUnited States65,400
Brasilia7255Tim WestUnited States59,600
Brasilia7256Adam KrachUnited States65,700
Brasilia7257Thomas ScholzeGermany64,700
Brasilia7258Jesse YaginumaUnited States65,800
Brasilia7259Timothy ChangUnited States58,500
Brasilia72510David MachowskyUnited States64,700
Brasilia7261Andrew BrokosUnited States63,900
Brasilia7262Erle MankinUnited States64,600
Brasilia7263Bryce DaifukuUnited States59,100
Brasilia7264Pierre MerlinFrance59,700
Brasilia7265Jan NakladalCzech Republic59,700
Brasilia7266Christopher LeongUnited States59,500
Brasilia7267Paul MichaelisGermany64,700
Brasilia7268Jingwu CaiUnited States65,400
Brasilia7269Alexander RichmondCanada59,600
Brasilia72610Arin YoussefianUnited States63,900
Brasilia7271Kevin VisentinUnited States65,000
Brasilia7272Joseph WertzUnited States65,500
Brasilia7273Rajaee WazwazUnited States59,200
Brasilia7274Yiyang FengUnited States59,300
Brasilia7275Thomas BoivinBelgium64,900
Brasilia7276Paul LeckeyIreland59,600
Brasilia7277Joe RamosUnited States59,200
Brasilia7278Frederick LiUnited States65,800
Brasilia7279Richard AlsupUnited States59,300
Brasilia72710Terry FanTaiwan63,000
Brasilia7281Ross WardUnited States59,000
Brasilia7282Sergi ReixachSpain59,600
Brasilia7283Michael ScarboroughUnited States65,600
Brasilia7284Marek OhniskoCzech Republic59,800
Brasilia7285Russell ThomasUnited States59,500
Brasilia7286Carlos MortensenUnited States64,500
Brasilia7287Philip TomUnited States59,300
Brasilia7288Ryan TamaniniUnited States65,900
Brasilia7289Damien LeforbesUnited States65,900
Brasilia72810Tom MiddletonUnited Kingdom59,600
Brasilia7291Stefan JedlickaAustria59,625
Brasilia7292James GilbertUnited States64,900
Brasilia7293Raghuram JonnalageddaUnited States59,300
Brasilia7294Mohsin ViraniUnited States64,600
Brasilia7295Michael ZigomanisCanada59,600
Brasilia7296Taylor PaurUnited States65,300
Brasilia7297Hassib YounanAustralia59,300
Brasilia7298James CzarneckiUnited States59,000
Brasilia7299Michael O'GradyAustralia59,800
Brasilia72910Matas DilpsasLatvia64,900

Tags: Alexandre RiveroAndrew BrokosCarlos MortensenChris MoormanJonathan LittleKenny HallaertKevin EysterKevin MacPheeMartin StaszkoTirza SandersVojtech RuzickaWilson Darella

Alex Rocha Spins it Up to Move on to Day 2

Alex Rocha
Alex Rocha

Alex Rocha had about 7,000 in front of him moments ago, and when we made our way back to his table, he had around 54,000.

The player on the button moved all in for 10,200, and Rocha called. The button was at risk with {k-Diamonds}{5-Diamonds}, and Rocha was ahead with {a-Clubs}{2-Spades}.

The board ran out {9-Clubs}{7-Clubs}{7-Diamonds}{4-Hearts}{4-Clubs}, and Rocha held to advance to Day 2 tomorrow.

Jogador Fichas Oscilação
Alex Rocha us
Alex Rocha
65,200 41,800

Tags: Alex Rocha

Tirza Sanders Busts Cory Waaland to Advance to Day 2

Cory Waaland
Cory Waaland

Tirza Sanders limped in on the button, and Cory Waaland checked his option.

The flop came {6-Diamonds}{5-Diamonds}{4-Hearts}, and Waaland checked. Sanders bet 1,500, and Waaland check-raised to 4,500. Sanders called. The turn was the {j-Clubs}, and Waaland led out for 6,200. Sanders moved all in, and Waaland called for about 14,000 total.

Waaland was at risk with {7-Clubs}{4-Clubs} for a pair and a straight draw, while Sanders held {5-Clubs}{4-Diamonds} for two pair.

The river was the {2-Diamonds}, and Waaland was eliminated.

Jogador Fichas Oscilação
Tirza Sanders us
Tirza Sanders
Cory Waaland us
Cory Waaland

Tags: Cory WaalandTirza Sanders

Jonathan Little Defeats Danny Suied to Advance to Day 2

Jonathan Little
Jonathan Little

Jonathan Little limped in on the button, and Danny Suied raised to 3,000. Little paused for a moment and then slid forward a tower of chips, putting Suied to the test for his remaining stack worth 18,000. Suied quickly called.

Suied was at risk with {j-Spades}{j-Diamonds}, flipping against Little's {a-Spades}{k-Diamonds}.

The flop came {7-Spades}{6-Spades}{5-Hearts}, and it was looking fairly safe for Suied until the {a-Hearts} hit the turn. The river was the {k-Clubs}, and Suied was eliminated.

Little has now moved on to Day 2 tomorrow at noon with 65,600 chips and a guaranteed cash worth at least $4,837.

Jogador Fichas Oscilação
Jonathan Little us
Jonathan Little
65,600 40,600
Danny Suied us
Danny Suied

Tags: Danny SuiedJonathan Little

Short Tables: Annette Obrestad, Ravi Raghavan and Mike Matusow Remain

Annette Obrestad
Annette Obrestad

There are many tables left, but lots of them have reached three- and four-handed play. Here is a look at some of the tables with notables still in contention:

Table 146: Sam Cohen (13,500) and Ravi Raghavan (33,000) are down to four players.

Table 150: Darren Rabinowitz (13,500) and Aditya Sushant (2,600) are two of four players left at their table.

Table 152: Igor Yaroshevskyy is battling four-handed and is grinding a stack of 13,600 chips.

Table 158: Mike Matusow sits on a short stack worth 5,500 but isn't down for the count with four left.

Table 159: Aaron Henderson has a big lead with 40,000 and they are down to just three players.

Table 163: Mukul Pahuja sits with 20,000 chips and is three-handed, with a good chance to win his table.

Table 167: Annette Obrestad (33,000) leads her table right now, and play is still three-handed.

Table 174: Dan Sindelar (19,000) and Linglin Zeng (23,000) are also down to four players.

Table 183: Daniel Wagner (20,000) and Andy Black (17,500) remain with three players left.

Jogador Fichas Oscilação
Aaron Henderson us
Aaron Henderson
40,000 40,000
Ravi Raghavan us
Ravi Raghavan
33,000 25,500
Annette Obrestad no
Annette Obrestad
33,000 11,000
WSOP 1X Winner
Linglin Zeng cn
Linglin Zeng
23,000 15,500
Mukul Pahuja us
Mukul Pahuja
20,000 20,000
Daniel Wagner us
Daniel Wagner
Dan Sindelar us
Dan Sindelar
19,000 19,000
Andy Black ie
Andy Black
Igor Yaroshevskyy ua
Igor Yaroshevskyy
13,600 13,600
Sam Cohen us
Sam Cohen
13,500 6,000
Darren Rabinowitz us
Darren Rabinowitz
13,500 13,500
Mike Matusow us
Mike Matusow
5,500 5,500
WSOP 4X Winner
Aditya Sushant in
Aditya Sushant
2,600 -4,900
WSOP 1X Winner

Tags: Aditya SushantAndy BlackAnnette ObrestadDan SindelarIgor YaroshevskyyMike MatusowMukul PahujaRavi RaghavanSamantha Cohen

Welcome to Day 1 of Event #43: $1,500 No-Limit Hold'em SHOOTOUT

Day 1 of Event #43: $1,500 No-Limit Hold'em SHOOTOUT is on deck at 11:00 a.m. local time, giving players yet another shot at a WSOP gold bracelet.

This three-day event employs the familiar "shootout" format whereby players must win their tables to advance to the next round. In other words, win your table on you advance to Day 2!

Registration will close after three levels at approximately 1:15 p.m. Players begin the day with 7,500 chips playing 40-minute levels. There will be a 15-minute break every three levels. There is a 2,000-player cap on this event.

Last year's winner was Safiya Umerova, capturing her first WSOP gold bracelet and a first-place prize worth $264,046. She beat out a field of 1,050 entries, including defeating Niall Farrell heads-up for the title.

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