Ден 2 Приключил
Ден 2 Приключил
Patrick Truong ended the day as chipleader on 1,130,000 while Michael Amato is second with 1,111,000 and Ryan Hughes finished in third bagging up 1,040,000.
The three Americans are the only players from the surviving 20 to return with over a million chips.
Cards were in the air at Noon on Tuesday, 4th July as 186 players from an original field of 1,750 resumed battle on Day 2 with Michael Telker leading the way.
All the players had returned in the money and there was a steady flow of eliminations. By the dinner break, 6 levels into the day, 54 players remained, and two-time WSOP bracelet winner Ryan Hughes has amassed a huge lead with 780,000 which was astonishingly over twice that of the player in second place at the time.
Some of the pre-dinner break casualties includedJames Akenhead, Parker “tonkaaa” Talbot, Ismael Bojang, Joe McKeehen, Joe Kuether, Dan Shak, Dong Guo, Will Givens and Marc Convey.
Soon after the hour-long break, Telker who seemed to be in control of his game all day steadily picking up chips, saw it go disastrously wrong. He shoved with top pair on the flop in a three-bet pot and ran into a set. Telker hung on for a while but the damage was done and he had little leverage left and was eliminated early in the next level.
Hughes managed to hold on to his chips but late surges saw Truong top the charts with Michael Amato close behind.
Other notables who bagged up include John Monnette (426,000), Andy Frankenberger (240,000) and Eddy Sabat (204,000).
Play resumes at 12 p.m. again and they will play down to a winner who will claim a WSOP gold bracelet and first-place money of $262,501.
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|Table||Seat||Player||Country||Chip Count||Big Blinds|
|Miranda||627||3||Rulah Divine||United States||943,000|
|Miranda||627||5||Randal Sklar||United States||100,000|
|Miranda||627||6||Thomas Fuller||United States||110,000|
|Miranda||627||9||John Monnette||United States||426,000|
|Miranda||636||1||Jeffrey Silverstein||United States||97,000|
|Miranda||636||3||Michael Amato||United States||1,111,000|
|Miranda||636||4||Ryan Hughes||United States||1,040,000|
|Miranda||636||5||Eddy Sabat||United States||204,000|
|Miranda||636||7||John Green||United States||371,000|
|Miranda||636||9||Patrick Truong||United States||1,130,000|
|Miranda||637||3||Michael Rocco||United States||507,000|
|Miranda||637||4||Robert Koss||United States||129,000|
|Miranda||637||5||Fabio Felice Cudia||Bulgaria||297,000|
|Miranda||637||7||Sean Hegarty||United States||90,000|
|Miranda||637||9||Andy Frankenberger||United States||240,000|
Mihai Manole moved all in for 105,000 from the hijack and Rulah Divine called from the cutoff.
Manole was at risk with , up against the of Divine.
The board ran out and Manole was eliminated just a couple of minutes before bagging for Day 3.
Action folded to Mark Edwards in the cutoff and he moved all in for his last 167,000. Michael Rocco was on the button and moved all in over top.
Edwards tabled , at risk and completely dominated by Rocco's .
The board ran out and Edwards was sent to the rail towards the end of the night.
Randy Lowery was quite short before the last break of the night and got his remaining 36,000 in the middle from early position. Fabio Felice Cudia was on the button and called.
Lowery was at risk with , up against Cudia with .
The board ran out and Lowery headed for the payout desk.
One last 15-minute break before they return to play for 30 minutes and bag it up.
Robert Koss moved all in and got a call from Randy Lowery.
The board ran out
Set on the flop and as Koss had lost a big flip earlier he was happy with the balance being restored.
The board at the river read and Sean Hegarty in the big blind checked it to the under the gun raiser, Martins Kleins who moved all in.
Hegarty thought for several minutes before calling and then mucking when Kleins tabled for the Broadway straight.
Martins Kleins moved all in for 129,000 from middle position, and Robert Koss moved all in over top on the button.
Kleins was at risk with , flipping with Koss' .
The flop came and Kleins pulled into the lead with a pair of queens. Koss was on his feet now as the hit the turn, and the hit the river to send most of his stack over to Kleins.