2021 World Series of Poker Europe
Event #50: Monster Stack - $1,500 No-Limit Hold'em
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Event #50: Monster Stack - $1,500 No-Limit Hold'em
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Rollercoaster Day of Action on Day 3 of Event #50: Monster Stack - $1,500 No-Limit Hold'em Ends with Several Large Stacks and Plenty of Contenders

• Ниво 31: 80,000-160,000, 160,000 ante
Bart Hanson
Bart Hanson

A wild roller coaster day of action in Event #50: Monster Stack - $1,500 No Limit Hold’em saw the field of hopefuls reduced from 457 down to less than 50 as Day 3 ended. The remaining players fought through a tough field to bag their chips and retain the goal of winning the first place prize of $1,008,850.

Bagging the chip lead at the end of the night and was Vincent Chauve. The Frenchman ended the night with a whopping 22,000,000 to lead all remaining players in the field. He amassed a large portion of his stack when his set of threes cracked the aces of Malvin Tan, who himself was a large stack at the time, to launch his stack to above the 15 million mark, which he would steadily increase before the end of play.

Also among the biggest stacks were; Bryan Kim (17,725,000), Anthony Kazgandjian (15,700,000), Ramiro Petrone (13,900,000) and Andre Haneberg (12,725,000).

Well known players who still remain include Ukrainian Igor Yaroshevskyy who bagged 7,350,000, Bart Hanson who will take a sizeable stack of 11,650,000 into tomorrow, Kevin Roster who has 3,475,000 and two-time WSOP bracelet winner Ryan Hughes with a stack of 8,500,000.

End of Day 3 Top 10 Chip Counts

PlacePlayerCountryChips
1Vincent ChauveFrance22,000,000
2Bryan KimUnited States17,725,000
3Anthony KazgandjianFrance15,700,000
4Ramiro PetroneArgentina13,900,000
5Andrew HanebergGermany12,725,000
6Jonathan SeltzerUnited States12,125,000
7Randall HernandezCosta Rica11,975,000
8Bart HansonUnited States11,650,000
9Benjamin EctorUnited States11,465,000
10Willaim LorringUnited States9,400,000

Start of day chip leader, Kainalu McCue-Unciano took one of the wildest rides of the day on the Monster Stack roller coaster. He started the day strong and hit a peak around dinner break when seemingly every chip was migrating to his stack after he eliminated multiple players in large pots in a short period of time to swell his stack to above the 16 million mark. This huge number of chips was worth 250 big blinds at the time and was a stack that would have ended the day in the top five in chips. Instead, his day plummeted from that peak, slowly at first, then dropped like a stone in the last level of the day as his Day 3 ride ended with a stack of merely 3,750,000.

But he and the other remaining players still have chips and a chance, something that the many players who were eliminated on the day can no longer say. Among those eliminated early in the day were Pierre Neuville, Mike Shin, Joe Cada, Jonathan Levy and Yves Rolland. Others were eliminated late as the day came to a close including, Sean Yu, Iaron Lightbourne and Scott Vetter.

The surviving 49 players will return Tuesday, June 25 at noon local time to battle down to the final six. Play will resume at Level 22 with blinds at 10,000 and 20,000 with a 20,000 big blind ante,

This prestigious WSOP bracelet will be covered in its entirety by PokerNews live reporting team, so make sure to check in for the penultimate day of Monster Stack Action!

Тагове: Anthony KazgandjianBart HansonBryan KimVincent Chauve

Seat Draw Day 4 Event #50: Monster Stack - $1,500 No-Limit Hold'em

Webjoker • Ниво 31: 80,000-160,000, 160,000 ante
RoomTableSeatPlayerCountryChip CountBig Blinds
Amazon4061Kevin RosterUnited States3,475,00017
Amazon4062Andre HanebergAustria12,725,00064
Amazon4063Anthony KazgandjianFrance15,700,00079
Amazon4064Christopher MitchellUnited States4,750,00024
Amazon4065Aleksei IstominRussia3,825,00019
Amazon4066Gregory FishbergUnited States5,075,00025
Amazon4067Bart HansonUnited States11,650,00058
Amazon4069Carlos GuerreroUnited States2,050,00010
       
Amazon4071Elias ZeilahUnited States2,350,00012
Amazon4072Matthew Frank SessoUnited States6,975,00035
Amazon4073Alessandro ManciocchiItaly2,905,00015
Amazon4074Tom KoralUnited States3,450,00017
Amazon4076Elliott PetermanUnited Kingdom4,975,00025
Amazon4077Dale IsobeUnited States3,400,00017
Amazon4078Ramiro PetroneArgentina13,900,00070
Amazon4079Willaim LorringUnited States9,400,00047
       
Amazon4081Jonathan SeltzerUnited States12,125,00061
Amazon4082Andrew MorenoUnited States1,250,0006
Amazon4083Jordan HelsternUnited States2,575,00013
Amazon4085Gergely KulcsarUnited States6,725,00034
Amazon4086Nicholas KallenbachUnited States3,825,00019
Amazon4087Juan SanchezUnited Kingdom2,475,00012
Amazon4088Peter ParkUnited States2,850,00014
Amazon4089Igor MerdaUnited States1,375,0007
       
Amazon4091Paraskevas TsokaridisGreece3,925,00020
Amazon4092Rudy CadenasUnited States1,400,0007
Amazon4093Igor YaroshevskyyUkraine7,350,00037
Amazon4094Kainalu McCue-UncianoUnited States3,750,00019
Amazon4095Allan BergerCanada3,150,00016
Amazon4096Timothy LittleUnited States2,775,00014
Amazon4097Southisak SeunsomUnited States1,500,0008
Amazon4099Bryan KimUnited States17,725,00089
       
Amazon4101Javier ZarcoSpain4,375,00022
Amazon4103Guy TaylorUnited Kingdom7,600,00038
Amazon4104Andrea BrackenUnited States3,800,00019
Amazon4105Noah LauckUnited States4,200,00021
Amazon4106Adrien AllainFrance8,050,00040
Amazon4107Michael MccrayUnited States2,700,00014
Amazon4108Benjamin EctorUnited States11,465,00057
Amazon4109Gregory KatayamaCanada7,650,00038
       
Amazon4111John HumphriesUnited States3,800,00019
Amazon4112Naor SlobodskoyIsrael4,000,00020
Amazon4113Ryan HughesUnited States8,500,00043
Amazon4114Randall HernandezCosta Rica11,975,00060
Amazon4115Pablo GironMexico8,225,00041
Amazon4116Matthew DozierUnited States5,950,00030
Amazon4117Robert McveighUnited States5,675,00028
Amazon4118Jeffrey DewittUnited States2,800,00014
Amazon4119Vincent ChauveFrance22,000,000110

End-of-Day Chip Counts (Пълен)

• Ниво 31: 80,000-160,000, 160,000 ante
Vincent Chauve fr
Vincent Chauve
GGPoker Qualifier
fr 22,000,000 7,300,000
Bryan Kim us
Bryan Kim
us 17,725,000 5,525,000
Anthony Kazgandjian fr
Anthony Kazgandjian
fr 15,700,000 1,200,000
Ramiro Petrone ar
Ramiro Petrone
ar 13,900,000 6,000,000
Andre Haneberg de
Andre Haneberg
de 12,725,000 225,000
Jonathan Seltzer us
Jonathan Seltzer
us 12,125,000 -125,000
Randall Hernandez CR
Randall Hernandez
CR 11,975,000 -925,000
Bart Hanson us
Bart Hanson
us 11,650,000 15,000
Benjamin Ector us
Benjamin Ector
us 11,465,000 965,000
Willaim Lorring US
Willaim Lorring
US 9,400,000 8,676,000
Ryan Hughes us
Ryan Hughes
us 8,500,000 2,750,000
Pablo Giron MX
Pablo Giron
MX 8,225,000 1,425,000
Adrien Allain fr
Adrien Allain
fr 8,050,000
Gregory Katayama ca
Gregory Katayama
ca 7,650,000 -100,000
Guy Taylor gb
Guy Taylor
gb 7,600,000 1,100,000
Igor Yaroshevskyy ua
Igor Yaroshevskyy
ua 7,350,000 250,000
Matthew Frank Sesso us
Matthew Frank Sesso
us 6,975,000 -1,625,000
Gergely Kulcsar hu
Gergely Kulcsar
hu 6,725,000 4,886,000
Matthew Dozier US
Matthew Dozier
US 5,950,000 2,965,000
Robert Mcveigh us
Robert Mcveigh
us 5,675,000 475,000
Gregory Fishberg us
Gregory Fishberg
us 5,075,000 1,375,000
Elliott Peterman gb
Elliott Peterman
gb 4,975,000 1,475,000
Christopher Mitchell us
Christopher Mitchell
us 4,750,000 2,650,000
Javier Zarco es
Javier Zarco
es 4,375,000 1,475,000
Noah Lauck us
Noah Lauck
us 4,200,000 3,632,000

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Seltzer Wounds Former Chip Monster

• Ниво 31: 80,000-160,000, 160,000 ante

On the penultimate hand of the night the board read {a-Clubs}{8-Clubs}{6-Hearts}{q-Spades} Jonathan Seltzer made a bet of 450,000 which was called by Kainalu McCue-Unciano. The river came the {3-Diamonds}. Seltzer bet 900,000 after a check.

McCue-Unciano went deep into the tank. Thinking through the hand as the other tables were bagging chips. He held the 900,000 in his hand almost going back on forth with it clearly unsure of what to do. After several minutes he tossed them in for the call. Setlzer showed the {a-Spades}{q-Clubs} for top two pair and McCue-Unciano instantly mucked in frustration. His once massive chip lead now reduced to a short stack.

Jonathan Seltzer us
Jonathan Seltzer
us 12,250,000 7,150,000
Kainalu McCue-Unciano us
Kainalu McCue-Unciano
us 3,750,000 -7,550,000

Тагове: Jonathan SeltzerKainalu McCue-Unciano

Seunsom Doubles on the Last Hand of the Night

• Ниво 31: 80,000-160,000, 160,000 ante

Action folded around to Tom Koral in the cutoff and he raised it up to 350,000, Southisak Seunsom shoved all in from the next seat and Koral made the call.

Southisak Seunsom: {a-Clubs}{9-Clubs}
Tom Koral: {a-Hearts}{10-Spades}

The board ran out {3-Hearts}{j-Hearts}{q-Hearts}{9-Spades}{2-Diamonds}, which gave Seunsom the double-up on the last hand of the evening and assured that he would return to play on Day 4.

Tom Koral us
Tom Koral
us 3,550,000 2,050,000
Southisak Seunsom us
Southisak Seunsom
us 1,530,000 1,530,000

Тагове: Southisak SeunsomTom Koral

Three More Hands

• Ниво 31: 80,000-160,000, 160,000 ante

The clock has been stopped and it has just been announced that the dealers will deal three more hands and then the remaining players will bag and tag for the night.

Giron Bets With Both Hands

• Ниво 31: 80,000-160,000, 160,000 ante

Pablo Giron raised it to 350,000 from the under-the-gun position, and when action folded around to Anthony Kazgandjian on the button, he three-bet to 1,150,000.

With action back on Giron, he used two hands to push forward almost two full stacks of 100,000 chips, which prompted Kazgandjian to ask for a count. Once the dealer confirmed 3,250,000 total, Kazgandjian folded his hand and Giron tabled {k-Diamonds}{k-Clubs}.

Anthony Kazgandjian fr
Anthony Kazgandjian
fr 13,350,000 -1,150,000
Pablo Giron MX
Pablo Giron
MX 8,200,000 1,400,000

Тагове: Anthony KazgandjianPablo Giron

Tensions Rising

• Ниво 31: 80,000-160,000, 160,000 ante

The weight of the ever climbing payouts is getting real to the just under 50 players still remaining with about 15 minutes left in the day as there have been several spats over amount of time being taken, chip stacking and more, often times with the floor being called to attempt to calm the waters.

Giron Eliminates Audrain

• Ниво 31: 80,000-160,000, 160,000 ante

Christopher Audrain moved all in for his remaining stack of close to 2,000,000 and he was called by the player directly to his left. Next, to act, Pablo Giron moved all in over the top. After getting a count and thinking it over the player who made the initial call elected to fold to the bigger shove.

Audrain held {10-Hearts}{8-Hearts} against the {a-Clubs}{j-Diamonds} of Giron. The board provided a little sweat when it teased hearts as it ran out {4-Clubs}{a-Hearts}{5-Hearts}{9-Spades}{6-Diamonds} but ultimately it was not enough to save Audrain.

Pablo Giron MX
Pablo Giron
MX 6,800,000 3,700,000
Christopher Audrain us
Christopher Audrain
us Отпаднал

Тагове: Christopher AudrainPablo Giron