|Blinds||200,000 / 400,000|
"argyle123" raised to 120 from middle position, and was called by "PaulWasHere" in the cutoff and "auntieante" in the big blind.
"auntieante" checked the flop to "argyle123", who bet 195. "PaulWasHere" folded, but "auntieante" check-raised to 585. "argyle123" called.
"auntieante" bet 1,170 when the fell on the turn, and "argyle123" called again.
The completed the board on the river, and "auntieante" bet 2,925. "argyle123" min-raised to 5,850, and that did the trick as "auntieante" folded.
Ryan "Dna2Rna" Hughes raised to 172 from middle position, and William "twooopair" Reymond called next to act. Ryan "Hero11" Herold three-bet to 522 from the hijack, and Hughes four-bet to 2,191. Reymond folded and Herold called.
Hughes bet 2,160 on the flop, and Herold called.
Both players checked the turn, and Hughes bet 5,340 when the fell on the river. Herold called, only to muck after Hughes tabled for queens-up.
Meanwhile at the same table, Ryan "WHOSYOURDODD" Dodd has already managed to more than double his starting stack.
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James "Luckybuddy" Hughes limped in from under the gun, and "M94Nasty" raised to 200 next to act. "Cee157" called from the hijack, as did Hughes.
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The fell on the river, and "M94Nasty" checked again. "Cee157" fired 1,686 and "M94Nasty" folded.
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Remainin 2020 Summer WSOP.com Online Bracelet Schedule
|July 8||Wednesday||3 p.m.||8||No-Limit Hold’em Freezeout||$500|
|July 9||Thursday||3 p.m.||9||No-Limit Hold’em 6-Max||$1,000|
|July 10||Friday||3 p.m.||10||No-Limit Hold’em MonsterStack||$600|
|July 11||Saturday||3 p.m.||11||No-Limit Hold’em Turbo Deepstack 6-Handed||$500|
|July 12||Sunday||3 p.m.||12||The BIG 500 No-Limit Hold’em||$500|
|July 13||Monday||3 p.m.||13||No-Limit Hold’em High Roller Freezeout||$1,500|
|July 14||Tuesday||3 p.m.||14||No-Limit Hold’em High Roller||$3,200|
|July 15||Wednesday||3 p.m.||15||PLO 8-Max HR||$1,000|
|July 16||Thursday||3 p.m.||16||No-Limit Hold’em Turbo||$500|
|July 17||Friday||3 p.m.||17||No-Limit Hold’em||$777|
|July 18||Saturday||3 p.m.||18||No-Limit Hold’em 8-Handed Turbo DeepStack||$1,000|
|July 19||Sunday||3 p.m.||19||No-Limit Hold’em||$400|
|July 20||Monday||3 p.m.||20||PLO 6-Handed||$500|
|July 21||Tuesday||3 p.m.||21||No-Limit Hold’em 6-Handed||$777|
|July 22||Wednesday||3 p.m.||22||No-Limit Hold’em Turbo Deepstack||$500|
|July 23||Thursday||3 p.m.||23||No-Limit Hold’em Knockout||$500|
|July 24||Friday||3 p.m.||24||No-Limit Hold’em 8-Handed||$400|
|July 25||Saturday||3 p.m.||25||No-Limit Hold’em Summer Saver||$500|
|July 26||Sunday||3 p.m.||26||No-Limit Hold’em Grande Finale||$500|
|July 27||Monday||3 p.m.||27||No-Limit Hold’em Freezeout||$400|
|July 28||Tuesday||3 p.m.||28||Omaha Hi-Lo 6-Max||$1,000|
|July 29||Wednesday||3 p.m.||29||No-Limit Hold’em Turbo Deepstack 6-Handed||$600|
|July 30||Thursday||3 p.m.||30||No-Limit Hold’em Senior’s Event||$500|
|July 31||Friday||3 p.m.||31||No-Limit Hold’em Championship||$1,000|
Stay tuned as PokerNews will be here to provide you with updates throughout the day until a new 2020 WSOP bracelet winner is crowned.