|Блайндове||600,000 / 1,200,000|
Alessandro "HakiD93" Pichierri moved all in from the hijack for 378,298 and Robin "robinho" Ylitalo called in the big blind, putting Pichierri at risk.
Alessandro "HakiD93" Pichierri:
Robin "robinho" Ylitalo:
The cards came down and Pichierri's aces pulled in the pot for a complete double.
Anthony "holdplz" Spinella opened to 50,000 from the button, Gediminas "Gedis92" Uselis three-bet jammed 473,566 in the small blind and Spinella called.
Gediminas "Gedis92" Uselis:
Anthony "holdplz" Spinella: [asked]
Spinella was ahead until the flop hit the board, giving Uselis a needed four-ball. The turn and river changed not a thing and Uselis took down the pot for a double.
Anthony "holdplz" Spinella opened to 40,000 from under the gun and Carlos "Carster" Chadha shoved his 170,0538 stack into the middle, Spinella called.
Carlos "Carster" Chadha:
Anthony "holdplz" Spinella:
The board came down and Spinella's rivered flush scooped the pot, knocking Chadha out of the tournament.
The tournament has now resumed and the cards are now on the virtual felt.
The second and final day of WCOOP-75-H: $1,050 NLHE [8-Max. Progressive KO, Series Saver] $1 Million Guarantee is set to kick-off today at 1:05 ET with 135 runners of the 1,489 field returning to take a shot at the title and the $97,526 first-place prize.
Leading the way into Day 2 is "xhunterfish" of Luxembourg with a commanding 3,917,898 chip stack and closest behind is "dodi papa" who has a healthy 3,111,077 stack to start the day. Rounding out the top five are "kimokh" (3,099,031), Renato "renaton" Nomura (3,057,549), and Belgium's Gary "quiditbear" Hasson (3,048,357).
Top 10 Stacks
|4||Renato "renaton" Nomura||Brazil||3,057,549||153|
|5||Gary "quiditbear" Hasson||Belgium||3,048,357||152|
|8||Daan "DaanOss" Mulders||Austria||2,777,752||139|
|9||Rafael "rafitia" Camargo||Brazil||2,658,776||133|
|10||Aleksejs "APonakov" Ponakovs||Estonia||2,634,144||132|
All 135 players are now getting at least a $1,397 payday on top of whatever bounties they have already accumulated. But all players will be looking to take down this event for the $97,526 first-place prize and bragging rights. The eventual winner will also be the only player to retain their bounty, adding another level of stress to the heads-up match.
Day 2 will start Tuesday, September 22 at 1:05 ET. The blinds will remain at 20 minutes in length, with all players getting a five-minute break 55 minutes past every hour. The day will not end until a winner has been crowned, taking down the title and all of that cold hard cash.
The PokerNews live reporting team will be bringing you all of the action as the remainder of the tournament unfolds, so tune in tomorrow!