WSOP Super Circuit Online Series partypoker Sunday LIVE
Goliath #11: MAIN EVENT
Days:
12

Katie Comes Swiftly Back

AaronMcBride • Level 9: 500-1,000, 100 ante

Katie Swift recently had to rebuy and was straight back into the action.

Swift raised to 3,500 from under the gun and "Solvedit" called from the small blind.

The action went check-check on both the {k-Clubs}{q-Clubs}{6-Hearts} flop, and the {4-Diamonds} turn, before "Solvedit" bet 2,500 on the {5-Clubs} river.

Swift called but mucked after "Solvedit" revealed {j-Clubs}{j-Hearts}.

Katie Swift gb 20,000 -17,700

Tags: Katie Swift

Level:
9
Blinds:
500/1,000
Ante:
100

"TheHayemaker" Gets Aggressive

AaronMcBride • Level 8: 400-800, 80 ante

"shanee88" raised to 1,600 and David "TheHayemaker" Haye called in the big blind.

Haye checked on the {a-Spades}{5-Spades}{9-Clubs} flop and "shanee88" bet 1,600.

Haye raised to 8,900, with another 9,000 behind, and "shanee88" folded after 20 seconds of time bank usage.

David "TheHayemaker" Haye GB 27,000 2,000

Tags: David Haye

Hills and Nixon Shove

AaronMcBride • Level 8: 400-800, 80 ante

Team Grosvenor's Jamie Nixon and Andy Hills are both playing shoving stacks, and have done exactly that is recent hands.

Nixon three-bet all in for 17,000 from the big blind after an open from the cutoff, and took down the pot, before it was time for Hills to make his move.

The action folded to the button who min-raised, and after the small blind folded, Hills moved all in for 11,000 and won the pot.

Jamie Nixon gb 24,000 5,100
Andy Hills gb 15,000 -25,000

Tags: Andy HillsJamie Nixon

"Don’t Count Anyone Out"

AaronMcBride • Level 8: 400-800, 80 ante

Andy Hills believes every Goliath entrant has a chance of walking away with the title because the structure rewards patience, skill, and adaptability.

“Don’t count anyone out. I can’t stress enough that everyone has a chance in the Goliath.”

One of the features that stands out when you look at the Goliath Main Event in any details is its superb structure, especially when you consider the tournament only costs £125 to enter.

Both Joe Beevers and Rick Trigg believe the event has “an amazing structure for a £100 buy-in” with Trigg unable to contain his excitement about jumping in and getting involved. Katie Swiftcalls the structure “an absolute luxury."

Tags: Andy HillsJoe BeeversRick TriggKatie Swift

Level:
8
Blinds:
400/800
Ante:
80

Top 10 Stacks

AaronMcBride • Level 7: 300-600, 60 ante
"HotMagician" GB 195,000 -5,000
"bosskicked2" GB 194,000 46,000
"brokerpoker23" GB 191,000
"Y16Pav" GB 151,000 17,000
"Redjeans87" GB 146,000
"mrbrightside88" GB 145,000
"Dudley101" GB 139,000
"lighttight516" GB 135,000
"Bluueliam2020" GB 133,000
"KENRAF" GB 132,000

Swift Folds the River

AaronMcBride • Level 7: 300-600, 60 ante

Katie Swift opened the action with a raise to 1,200 from the cutoff and "devsel1974" called from the big blind.

Both players checked on the {q-Spades}{4-Spades}{5-Clubs} flop, before "devsel1974" bet 1,200 on the {a-Spades} turn.

Swift called and "devsel1974" fired for 5,580 on the {j-Spades} river, which was enough to see Swift lay her hand down.

"devsel1974" 92,000
Katie Swift gb 37,700 -3,300

Tags: Katie Swift

Just Like Magic!

AaronMcBride • Level 7: 300-600, 60 ante

We have a new chip leader and the first player to cross 200k!

"HotMagician" is clearly running hot in the first seven levels and currently leads the Goliath race.

"HotMagician" GB 200,000

Trigg Runs into Aces

AaronMcBride • Level 7: 300-600, 60 ante
Rick Trigg
Rick Trigg

Rick Trigg raised to 1,500 with {a-Diamonds}{k-Clubs} and saw "Gambred" three-bet to 6,100.

Trigg raised all in for 27,200 and "Gambred" called for their last 16,000 before they revealed {a-Hearts}{a-Spades}.

There was no miracle board for Trigg, and he was left with 9,000.

Rick Trigg gb 9,000 -16,000

Tags: Rick Trigg

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