Event #44: $1,500 No-Limit Hold'em Bounty
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Event #44: $1,500 No-Limit Hold'em Bounty
Day 2 completed

Asi Moshe Goes for Bracelet No. 3 in the $1,500 No-Limit Hold'em Bounty

YorkshirePud • Level 24: 15,000-30,000, 30,000 ante
Asi Moshe
Asi Moshe

Day 2 of Event #44: $1,500 No-Limit Hold’em Bounty played host to a frenzied pace of eliminations, with players aggressively gunning for the $500 bounties. The field narrowed down from 272 to just 23 players at the end of Day 2, and those remaining will come back to the Rio on Friday and play down to a winner. The Day 3 restart commences at noon Friday, and one of these 23 grinders will take down the WSOP bracelet and first-place prize of $253,933.

The chips were evenly spread among the tournament chip leaders as the final four levels played out, and at the end of the day it was a pair of players finishing over the four-million chip mark to lead the pack. Damjan Radanov (4,625,000) and two-time WSOP bracelet winner Asi Moshe (4,530,000) are neck-and-neck heading into the Day 3 finale.

Several other players are right on his heels, including Timothy Stephens (3,220,000), Harrison Gimbel (2,985,000), Andrew Hills (2,580,000) and Patrick Truong (2,505,000).

Moshe is the only remaining bracelet winner in the field, as Day 2 saw a number of other former WSOP champions hit the rail. Phil Ivey, Benjamin Moon, Jack Duong, Loni Harwood, Michael Gathy and Justin Libeto all finished in the money, but out of the running for a return on Day 3. Moon lasted the longest out of this group, finishing 25th for $7,500.

Moshe hung around near the top of the chip leaderboard throughout the day and surged over the four-million mark in the final level. He picked up nearly 2 million chips in a wild three-way pot, with his pocket deuces improving to a full house on the river.

Moshe will be looking for career bracelet No. 3 when he comes back for Day 3. If Moshe doesn’t take it down, Event #44: $1,500 No-Limit Hold’em Bounty is guaranteed to crown a first-time bracelet winner.

Day 2 chip leader Radanov will be looking for his first bracelet, and if he wins the championship, the first-place payday will be the biggest of his career.

With so many sizeable stacks still in the field, it’s truly anybody’s bracelet to win when this event comes to its conclusion Friday. Follow along with the PokerNews live reporting team to see who gets it done!

Tags: Andrew HillsAsi MosheBenjamin MoonDamjan RadanovHarrison GimbelJack DuongLoni HarwoodMichael GathyPatrick TruongPhil Ivey

Seat Draw Day 3 Event #44: $1,500 No-Limit Hold'em Bounty

Webjoker • Level 24: 15,000-30,000, 30,000 ante
RoomTableSeatPlayerCountryChip CountBig Blinds
Amazon4121Joshua GottesmanUnited States1,510,00038
Amazon4122Asi MosheIsrael4,530,000113
Amazon4123Thiago MacedoBrazil1,650,00041
Amazon4124Patrick TruongUnited States2,505,00063
Amazon4125Scott BainUnited States1,765,00044
Amazon4127Cooper AndrewUnited States890,00022
Amazon4128Benjamin ChalotFrance1,900,00048
       
Amazon4201Matthew VolosevichUnited States775,00019
Amazon4202Corbin WhiteUnited States1,730,00043
Amazon4203Andy HillsUnited Kingdom2,580,00065
Amazon4204Kalidou SowFrance1,000,00025
Amazon4205Vitalijs ZavorotnijsLatvia1,540,00039
Amazon4207Martijn GerritsNetherlands2,145,00054
Amazon4208David ThomasUnited States980,00025
Amazon4209Tonio RoderGermany2,300,00058
       
Amazon4281Zhipeng FangUnited States520,00013
Amazon4282Jason TangUnited States660,00017
Amazon4283Zachary GlickenUnited States920,00023
Amazon4284Harrison GimbelUnited States2,985,00075
Amazon4285Damjan RadanovUnited States4,625,000116
Amazon4286Timothy StephensUnited States3,220,00081
Amazon4288Bastian FischerGermany2,185,00055
Amazon4289[Removed:124]France1,800,00045

End of Day Chip Counts (full)

AnthonyThompson • Level 24: 15,000-30,000, 30,000 ante
Damjan Radanov us
Damjan Radanov
us 4,625,000 1,615,000
Asi Moshe il
Asi Moshe
il 4,530,000 430,000
Timothy Stephens US
Timothy Stephens
US 3,220,000 1,370,000
Harrison Gimbel us
Harrison Gimbel
us 2,985,000 485,000
Andrew Hills gb
Andrew Hills
gb 2,580,000 480,000
Patrick Truong us
Patrick Truong
us 2,505,000 895,000
Tonio Roder de
Tonio Roder
de 2,300,000 -1,300,000
Bastian Fischer de
Bastian Fischer
de 2,185,000 485,000
Martijn Gerrits nl
Martijn Gerrits
nl 2,145,000 325,000
Benjamin Chalot fr
Benjamin Chalot
fr 1,900,000 1,300,000
[Removed:124] FR
[Removed:124]
FR 1,800,000 -400,000
Scott Bain US
Scott Bain
US 1,765,000 -835,000
Corbin White us
Corbin White
us 1,730,000 990,000
Thiago Macedo br
Thiago Macedo
br 1,650,000 -750,000
Vitalijs Zavorotnijs lv
Vitalijs Zavorotnijs
lv 1,540,000 -460,000
Joshua Gottesman us
Joshua Gottesman
us 1,510,000 1,237,000
Kalidou Sow fr
Kalidou Sow
fr 1,000,000 -1,300,000
David Thomas us
David Thomas
us 980,000 170,000
Zachary Glicken US
Zachary Glicken
US 920,000 -1,580,000
Cooper Andrew US
Cooper Andrew
US 890,000 721,000
Matthew Volosevich gb
Matthew Volosevich
gb 775,000 319,500
Jason Tang us
Jason Tang
us 660,000 230,000
Zhipeng Fang US
Zhipeng Fang
US 520,000 -340,000

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Day 2 Done

GeoffFisk • Level 24: 15,000-30,000, 30,000 ante

Day 2 of the $1,500 No-Limit Hold'em Bounty has come to an end; a recap and end-of-day chip counts will follow shortly.

Potashnik Eliminated By Moshe

AnthonyThompson • Level 24: 15,000-30,000, 30,000 ante
Brian Potashnik
Brian Potashnik

Asi Moshe opened from early position to 85,000 and action folded to Brian Potashnik who moved all in for 190,000, Andrew Cooper called from the small blind along with Moshe.

Cooper fired out 425,000 after the flop of {j-Hearts}{j-Clubs}{4-Clubs} and Moshe called.

The turn was the {8-Spades} and Cooper check-called the 225,000 bet from Moshe.

The {2-Clubs} fell on the river and Cooper check-folded to Moshe who moved all in.

Moshe tabled {2-Diamonds}{2-Spades} for a rivered full house and Potashnik mucked his hand and left the tournament field.

Asi Moshe il
Asi Moshe
il 4,100,000 1,850,000
Andrew Cooper us
Andrew Cooper
us 1,200,000 -1,200,000
Brian Potashnik us
Brian Potashnik
us Busted

Tags: Andrew CooperAsi MosheBrian Potashnik

Bain Cripples Potashnik

AnthonyThompson • Level 24: 15,000-30,000, 30,000 ante
Scott Bain
Scott Bain

Scott Bain opened with a raise on the button and Brian Potashnik moved all in for 1,400,000 from the big blind, Bain pondered then called.

Brian Potashnik: {a-Clubs}{10-Spades}
Scott Bain: {a-Diamonds}{k-Spades}

Bain paired his king on the flop as the board ran out {k-Hearts}{5-Spades}{5-Clubs}{8-Spades}{3-Clubs} and Bain doubled through Potashnik.

Scott Bain US
Scott Bain
US 2,600,000 100,000
Brian Potashnik us
Brian Potashnik
us 190,000 -1,410,000

Tags: Brian PotashnikScott Bain

Bain Eliminates Ferreira

AnthonyThompson • Level 24: 15,000-30,000, 30,000 ante
Rafael Oliveira Ferreira
Rafael Oliveira Ferreira

Scott Bain open jammed on the button for 585,000 and Rafael Oliveira Ferreira called for less from the small blind.

Rafael Oliveira Ferreira: {k-Clubs}{q-Clubs}
Scott Bain: {k-Diamonds}{j-Diamonds}

Ferreira had Bain dominated until Bain spiked a jack on the turn as the board ran out {10-Spades}{10-Diamonds}{7-Hearts}{j-Spades}{3-Clubs} and Ferreira was eliminated from the tournament.

Scott Bain US
Scott Bain
US 2,500,000 1,200,000
Rafael Oliveira Ferreira BR
Rafael Oliveira Ferreira
BR Busted

Tags: Rafael Oliveira FerreiraScott Bain

Three Table Redraw

GeoffFisk • Level 24: 15,000-30,000, 30,000 ante
SeatTable 100Table 109Table 118
1Joshua GottesmanCorbin WhiteChristopher Mazur
2Asi MosheMatt VolosevichJason Tang
3Thiago MacedoAndrew HillsZachary Glicken
4Patrick TruongKalidou SowHarrison Gimbel
5Scott BainVitalijs ZavorotnijsDamjan Radanov
6Brian PotashnikIvan ZarateTimothy Stephens
7Andrew CooperMartijn GerritsBenjamin Chalot
8Rafael Oliveira FerreiraDavid ThomasBastian Fischer
9Vladislav DonchevTonio Roder[Removed:124]