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After a slow start to the day here on Day 2 of Event #52: $1,500 No-Limit Hold’em, the pace quickly picked up until there were only 23 players remaining.
Leading the way is Samuel Phillips (1,289,000), but only just. Phillips benefited from the late elimination of former NFL defensive end Richard Seymour late in the last level of the night to pip Jamie Florence (1,284,000) to the overnight chip lead.
Other players over 1,000,000 in chips include Mohsin Charania (1,045,000), Brandon Ageloff (1,200,000) and Griffin Malatino (1,114,000).
There are still a whole host of names still in the mix for the title, bracelet and $364,438 in prize money, most notably last year’s WSOP player of the year Jason Mercier (457,000). Joining him are Andy Frankenberger (525,000), and Rainer Kempe (240,000).
Mikhail Rudoy doubled through Christopher Chabris in the last hand of the night to leave his opponent with less than one big blind coming into Day 3.
The start of the day was marred by stalling with play just nine eliminations away from the money and a min-cash worth $2,254. Eventually the bubble burst when Noah Vaillancourt’s ace-queen was bested by the pocket Kings of Mohsin Charania during the first level of the day.
From there a steady stream of players headed to the cage. Those receiving a min-cash included Tom Schneider, Manig Loeser and Sergi Reixach, while four-time bracelet winnerJeff Madsen, Dominique Terzian and Andy Spears were lucky enough to ladder into the $2,346 payout.
Barry Greenstein notched yet another WSOP cash; his ninth this year, and took home $2,477 for his 156th place.
As the day drew one, another multiple bracelet winner left the field in Dan Heimiller (44th - $7,536), while Eugene Katchalov (35th - $9,107) and Kelly Minkin (26th - $11,144) both bust with less than two hours to go in the day.
|Room||Table||Seat||Player||Country||Chip Count||Big Blinds|
|Brasilia||700||1||Scott Horvath||United States||337,000||28|
|Brasilia||700||2||Jack Allen||United Kingdom||459,000||38|
|Brasilia||700||3||Ian Steinman||United States||268,000||22|
|Brasilia||700||4||Andy Frankenberger||United States||525,000||44|
|Brasilia||700||5||Milan Simko||Czech Republic||411,000||34|
|Brasilia||700||6||Yanki Koppel||United States||436,000||36|
|Brasilia||700||9||Jason Mercier||United States||457,000||38|
|Brasilia||701||4||Phil Collins||United States||258,000||22|
|Brasilia||701||5||Denny Crum||United States||170,000||8|
|Brasilia||701||6||Griffin Malatino||United States||1,114,000||93|
|Brasilia||701||7||Samuel Phillips||United States||1,289,000||107|
|Brasilia||701||8||Christopher Chabris||United States||14,000||1|
|Brasilia||701||9||Parker Drew||United States||394,000||32|
|Brasilia||702||1||Brandon Ageloff||United States||1,200,000||100|
|Brasilia||702||2||Cary Katz||United States||145,000||12|
|Brasilia||702||4||Mohsin Charania||United States||1,045,000||87|
|Brasilia||702||5||Alexander Elias||United Kingdom||847,000||71|
Richard Seymour raised from the under-the-gun position, Samuel Phillips three-bet to 92,000 from the small blind. Seymour shoved all in and Phillips called. The stacks were closely matched with Phillips having a slight edge.
The board ran out to give Phillips trip aces and knock Seymour out of the tournament in 24th place.
Mathieu Selides raised to 29,000. Cary Katz three-bet to 58,000. Selides moved all in and Katz quickly called for 72,000 total.
The board ran out and Katz doubled up.
Alexandre Reard moved all in for 178,000 from early position. Brandon Ageloff moved all in himself from the big blind and the blinds folded.
The board ran out and a set for Ageloff turned into a flush for Reard who doubled up.
Mathieu Selides raised to 34,000 from the button. Brandon Ageloff three-bet to 82,000 from the small blind. Cary Katz folded in the big blind.
Selides then verbally announced a four-bet to 151,000. However, before he could assemble the chips Ageloff had announced that he was all in. Selides instantly mucked his hand, before suffering the ignominy of having to count out his four-bet and slide it across to his opponent.
Pellegrino Marotta and Brandon Ageloff were both involved in the hand. Marotta was covered by Ageloff and in danger of being eliminated, as he was all in.
The board ran out . Even though Marotta had a pair of queens on the flop with a higher kicker, Ageloff managed to hit his flush draw on the river to knock Marotta out of the tournament in 25th place.
Kelly Minkin moved all in for her last 180,000 from early position. It folded around to Mohsin Charania on the button who three-bet all in himself. The blinds folded.
The board ran out and Minkin was eliminated.
Yank Koppel raised to 25,000 from the hijack and Jason Mercier moved all in for 144,000 from the small blind. Koppel called.
The board ran out and Mercier doubled up.