Dia 3 Concluído
Dia 3 Concluído
Event #5: $565 Colossus No-Limit Hold'em Set for the Final Table
Forty-one players took their seats this afternoon at the start of Day 3 in the World Series of Poker Event #5: $565 Colossus No Limit Hold'em, but only nine advanced to Wednesday's final table. The winner will take home the top prize of $1,000,000.
The chip lead is held by Mark Babekov, who ended the day with 19,025,000 in chips. Second in chips is Erkut Yilmaz with 16,000,00, followed by Taylor Black with 13,300,000 chips.
Among the notables at the final table are Matt Affleck and Luke Vrabel. The chip leader at the start of the day, Raul Martinez Requena, busted in a hand against Yilmaz in 11th place. After his bust-out the players merged onto the unofficial final table, where the bubble lasted a bit more than three hours until Jason Orrell was eliminated in 10th place.
|1||Erkut Yilmaz||United States||16,000,000|
|2||Thomas Pomponio||United States||10,125,000|
|3||Mark Babekov||United States||19,025,000|
|4||Ralph Massey||United States||5,300,000|
|5||Taylor Black||United States||13,300,000|
|6||John Hanna||United States||7,550,000|
|7||Luke Vrabel||United States||4,000,000|
|8||Kent Coppock||United States||11,500,000|
|9||Matt Affleck||United States||3,500,000|
The final table will continue Wednesday at 2 p.m. and play down to a winner. Follow all the updates here on PokerNews throughout the 2017 World Series of Poker. Below you can find the end-of-day-chip counts of all players.
Jason Orrell Eliminated in 10th Place ($62,208)
Erkut Yilmaz raised to 1,050,000 from middle position and Jason Orrell moved all in from the small blind. Yilmaz called to put Orrell at risk and the two players tabled their hands.
Orrell was the preflop underdog and needed help from the board in order to double up and preserve his tournament life. The board ran out , giving Yilmaz Broadway and ending Orrell's run in this year's Colossus.
With Orrell's elimination, the official final table has been reached and play has concluded for the day.
John Hanna Doubles Up
John Hanna went all-in from middle position for 3,800,000. Everyone folded to Erkut Yilmaz in the big blind. After taking some time to consider what to do, he decided to call.
The board ran out to give Hanna the double up.
Players are on their final 15-minute break of the day.
Don’t Call It a Come Black; Taylor Doubles Up
Erkut Yilmaz opened the action and then had pause for thought as Taylor Black moved all in for 7,100,000.
A hush fell as Yilmaz mulled it over and when he called the noise level shot up again as the rail strained against the ropes to see the hands with Black at risk of elimination.
The board of gave Black a set to double him up.
Kent Coppock Doubles Through Matt Affleck
Mark Babekov raised to 1,000,000 from early position, Kent Coppock three-bet shoved from the button for 5,450,000, and Matt Affleck re-shoved from the small blind. Babekov folded, and Coppock and Affleck tabled their hands.
Coppock was racing for his tournament life and needed help from the board in order to double up. The flop kept Affleck in the lead, as did the turn, but the on the river paired Coppock's queen, and he scooped the pot.
Lucky Double For Affleck
Matt Affleck moved all in from under the gun for 3,925,000, and next in line, Erkut Yilmaz called.
Affleck was at risk with , and Yilmaz tabled .
“Seven from heaven!” Affleck’s supporters called from the rail.
The board ran out , and there it was on the flop to deliver Affleck a double-up and keep play 10-handed.
Yilmaz Battles Babekov
Yilmaz raised to 850,000 from the cutoff, and Mark Babekov three-bet from the small blind to 2,200,000. Yilmaz then four-bet to 5,500,000, sending Babekov into the tank.
After about a minute of thought, Babekov folded, and Yilmaz stacked the chips.