|Blinds||100,000 / 200,000|
Jeff "NedrudRelyt" Madsen jammed 674,744 from the button, Daniel "DNegs" Negreanu re-jammed from the small blind and the big blind folded.
Madsen was in trouble with the vs the of Negreanu.
The board ran out safely for Negreanu as it came and Madsen was eliminated in eight place.
At the beginning of the 2005 WSOP, Doyle Brunson remained the co-king of the all-time bracelet count, tied along with Johnny Chan at nine. However, as the series drew toward its close in late June, that was no longer the case — Chan had overtaken him by winning No. 10 to stand atop the mountain alone.
Brunson was already phasing out his tournament play, having cashed precisely zero times that summer and just three times in the previous two combined, although one had resulted in a bracelet victory.
When it came time for Event #31: $5,000 No-Limit Hold'em 6-Handed, Brunson dusted off his tournament chops and made a run.
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The final eight players are on a five-minute break.
Action folded around to Johnathan "shvszn" Bolton who raised all in for 95,855 from the small blind and Michael "PIEROGI" Ziemba called from the big blind.
Johnathan "shvszn" Bolton:
Michael "PIEROGI" Ziemba:
Bolton was dominated and nothing changed after the flop appeared paring each player's three.
The turn gave Ziemba two-pair but also kept Ziemba drawing live with the club flush draw.
Unfortunately for Bolton, the turn was a brick and they became the first final table elimination.
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Jason "justanenigma" Wheeler jammed for 284,649, Michael "PIEROGI" Ziemba re-shoved for more but everyone else folded.
Wheeler had the vs the of Ziemba.
The board ran out the and the final table was set following the elimination.