Event #59: $600 No-Limit Hold'em Deepstack Championship
Days:
1234

Event Info

Buy-in $600
Prize Pool $3,223,500
Players 6140

Level Info

Level 41
Blinds 800,000 / 1,600,000
Ante 1,600,000

Highlights

Highlights

Hands #56-60: Three Barrels By Givens

zedmaster84 • Level 38: 400,000-800,000, 800,000 ante

Hand #56: Jeff Hakim limped the small blind and Steffen Logen checked. On a flop of {j-Hearts}{7-Hearts}{3-Clubs}, Hakim checked and called a bt of 800,000 by Logen before the {4-Diamonds} turn and {j-Spades} river were checked. Hakim tabled {a-Diamonds}{q-Spades} and Logen won the pot with {a-Clubs}{3-Diamonds}.

Hand #57: Will Givens raised to 1,600,000 from the cutoff and was called by Logen in the small blind and Joe Foresman in the big blind. The {a-Hearts}{10-Spades}{2-Clubs} flop was checked to Givens and his continuation bet of 2,500,000 was called only by Logen. The German check-called another bet of 4,400,000 on the {6-Spades} turn and the {8-Hearts} river was checked by Logen. Givens made it 8,000,000 to go and Logen released his cards into the muck.

Hand #58: Logen raised the button to 1,600,000 and won the blinds and big blind ante.

Hand #59: Gleb Kovtunov folded the small blind to give Givens a walk and exposed his {3-Hearts}{2-Spades}.

Hand #60: Another raise and take it for Logen, who made it 1,600,000 from under the gun.

Joe Foresman US
Joe Foresman
US 70,000,000
Will Givens us
Will Givens
us 57,000,000
Steffen Logen de
Steffen Logen
de 25,500,000
Jeff Hakim lb
Jeff Hakim
lb 21,500,000
Gleb Kovtunov ua
Gleb Kovtunov
ua 7,800,000

Tags: Gleb KovtunovJeff HakimJoe ForesmanSteffen LogenWill Givens

Level:
38
Blinds:
400,000/800,000
Ante:
800,000

A Winner Will be Crowned in Event #59: $600 No-Limit Hold'em Deepstack Championship

zedmaster84
Will Givens seeks second WSOP bracelet
Will Givens seeks second WSOP bracelet

After three tournament days and 37 levels of poker action at the Rio All-Suite Hotel and Casino, Event #59: $600 No-Limit Hold'em Deepstack Championship has seen a field of 6,140 entries whittled down all the way to the final five, all in their pursuit to become the latest bracelet winner at the 2019 World Series of Poker.

The event was scheduled to play down to a winner on Day 3, however, the remaining five hopefuls will return at 2 p.m. local time for an unscheduled fourth day to determine a champion.

Leading the field into the final day of the tournament is Joe Foresman with 74,600,000, followed by WSOP bracelet winner Will Givens (45,500,000) and Germany's Steffen Logen (30,100,000).

Jeff Hakim (24,300,000) and Gleb Kovtunov (9,800,000) round up the remaining line-up and are no strangers to deep runs in international poker tournaments with more than $1.5 million and more than $700,000 in cashes respectively.

Seat Assignments for Day 4

SeatPlayerCountryChip CountBig Blinds
1Gleb KovtunovUkraine9,800,00012
2Will GivensUnited States45,500,00056
3Jeff HakimLebanon24,300,00030
4Steffen LogenGermany30,100,00037
5Joe ForesmanUnited States74,600,00093

Kovtunov will be the short stack heading into the day with 12 big blinds at 400,000/800,000 and a big blind ante of 800,000, but an early double up for the Ukrainian would lift him back into contention for the top prize of $397,903 and the coveted gold bracelet.

Stay tuned to find out who will emerge victorious, as the PokerNews team will provide hand-for-hand coverage until a champion is crowned.

Remaining Payouts

PlacePlayerCountryPrize (USD)
1  $397,903
2  $245,606
3  $181,953
4  $135,783
5  $102,077
6Mrityunjay JhaUnited States$77,308
7David GoodmanUnited States$58,988
8Jean-Francois AlexandreCanada$45,348
9Linda HuardCanada$35,128

Tags: Gleb KovtunovJeff HakimJoe ForesmanSteffen LogenWill Givens

Event #59: $600 No-Limit Hold'em Deepstack Championship
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