Under the gun, Sonya raises pre-flop to 120,000. She gets called by Earl Bower. The flop 8♦ 9♦ 8♥. Sonya moves all in with her remaining chip and Earl snap calls showing Sonya Q♦ J♦. Sonya shows pocket Kings for two pair. No King on the turn or river to help out Sonya.
Bob was just knocked out by Earl when his all-in with Ace/Three was called by Earl’s pocket 8’s Even though Earl was ahead pre-flop, Earl made a Queen high straight on the river. Stiegman is the first of the last eight to earn a wild-card seat into the Season 30 Finals! Congrats Bob!
Tim Leonard in the small blind raises to 150,000 and when the action folded to the button, Paul called with a small stack of chips. Paul – Ace/Jack offsuit Tim – Pocket Kings Once again, no drama on the board and Paul collects $350 for his 9th place finish
On the very first hand, Steve goes all-in with a quick call by Zach. Steve – Ace/Ten Zach – Pocket Jacks Board ran clean and Zach takes the pot and knocks out Steve in 10th place Zach now has 430,000
11th Will Unrue $250.00 12th Bill Brissenden $250.00 13th Anthony Smith $200.00 14th Sonia Dasilva $200.00 15th John Beady $200.00 16th Francesco Therisod $200.00
With the blinds at 20,000/40,000 and the clock at 17:36 left, we have reached our Final Table. Here is the Seat/Chip Counts: Seat 1 Sonya Harrision 270,000 Seat 2 Nancy St. Laurent 340,000 Seat 3 John Worcester 215,000 Seat 4 Bob Stiegman 370,000 Seat 5 Earl Bower 615,000 Seat 6 Paul Shibles 200,000 Seat 7 […]
Blinds: 15,000/30,000 In the cut-off, Sonia goes all-in for 89,000. Earl makes a reluctant call with K♣ 10♥. Sonia shows two Aces. The flop bring out a ten-high rainbow only to have a King come on the river knocking out Sonia.
Blinds – 15,000/30,000 Earl Bower has eliminated Rose into 17th place and will be our “Bubble” All players are now in the money and will earn at least $200
Blinds – 10,000/20,000 Watching paint dry is better than watching this. At this point, no one wants to be “The Bubble” so everyone is cautious.
Blinds – 8000/16000 Players Remaining: 22 Now the tournament has hit the portion of the day where play has slowed down to a crawl. The short stacks have to and need to be careful on their spots to double up in order to make it to the Top 16. Only 22 players are left.