Event #41: $2,500 Freezeout No-Limit Hold'em
Days:
123

Event Info

Buy-in $2,500
Prize Pool $1,993,600
Players 896

Level Info

Level 35
Blinds 250,000 / 500,000
Ante 500,000

Players Info - Day 3

Players Left 1
Entries 8

Highlights

Highlights

Delmas Doubles Through Reixach

• Level 30: 80,000-160,000, 160,000 ante

Sergi Reixach opened to 320,000 from middle position. The action folded around to Adrien Delmas in the big blind who jammed for 3,215,000. Reixach mad the call.

Adrien Delmas: {10-Diamonds}{10-Hearts}
Sergi Reixach: {9-Spades}{9-Hearts}

The board ran out {a-Clubs}{7-Clubs}{7-Spades}{j-Hearts}{a-Spades}. The pocket tens of Delmas held and he scooped the pot.

Adrien Delmas fr
Adrien Delmas
fr 6,730,000 4,240,000
Sergi Reixach es
Sergi Reixach
es 3,370,000 -3,215,000

Reixach Scores Big Double Through Osterman

poolshir • Level 30: 80,000-160,000, 160,000 ante
Sergi Reixach
Sergi Reixach

Sung Joo Hyun raised to 325,000 from under the gun and Sergi Reixach made the call from the button. Brady Osterman three-bet shoved from the big blind with the biggest stack at the table after glancing at his opponents' stacks. Hyun looked at his cards once more before pushing them over the line for the muck but Reixach made the call for the 3,010,000 he had behind.

Sergi Reixach: {a-Clubs}{a-Diamonds}
Brady Osterman: {a-Spades}{9-Spades}

The flop came {4-Spades}{j-Hearts}{8-Clubs} for Reixach to stay ahead but the turn was the {10-Diamonds} for Osterman to pick up the open-ended straight draw to bust Reixach.

Luckily for the Spaniard, the river completed the board with the {3-Spades} for him to secure the double-up.

Brady Osterman us
Brady Osterman
us 9,610,000 -2,940,000
Sergi Reixach es
Sergi Reixach
es 6,585,000 2,885,000
Sung Joo Hyun kr
Sung Joo Hyun
kr 1,800,000 185,000

Tags: Brady OstermanSergi ReixachSung Joo Hyun

Turn Bet Gets It Done For Osterman

• Level 30: 80,000-160,000, 160,000 ante

The action folded to Brady Osterman on the button and he raised to 325,000. It folded to Carlos Chang who completed the action with a call from the big blind.

Both players checked on a flop that read {3-Diamonds}{4-Spades}{5-Clubs}.

The turn card paired the board with the {3-Clubs}. Chang checked and Osterman threw out a bet of 320,000. Chang released his hand.

Brady Osterman us
Brady Osterman
us 12,550,000 730,000
Carlos Chang tw
Carlos Chang
tw 3,550,000 -825,000

Cunniff Doubles Through Osterman

poolshir • Level 30: 80,000-160,000, 160,000 ante
Gerald Cunniff
Gerald Cunniff

Gerald Cunniff shoved from the cutoff for 1,845,000 for the action to fold to Brady Osterman in the big blind. He looked at his cards and put a stack over the line for the call with the bigger stack.

Gerald Cunniff: {a-Hearts}{8-Clubs}
Brady Osterman: {k-Hearts}{k-Diamonds}

The board ran out {10-Hearts}{6-Clubs}{7-Diamonds}{10-Clubs}{9-Clubs} for Cunniff to river the straight to stay alive and double up.

Brady Osterman us
Brady Osterman
us 11,820,000 -1,125,000
Gerald Cunniff us
Gerald Cunniff
us 3,930,000 985,000

Tags: Brady OstermanGerald Cunniff

Reixach Is Rallying

• Level 30: 80,000-160,000, 160,000 ante

Sergi Riexach opened the action from the button with a min-raise to 320,000. Brady Osterman defended from the big blind.

Riexach continued with a bet of 160,000, or one big blind when Osterman checked the {5-Spades}{a-Spades}{7-Diamonds} flop. Osterman made the call.

The turn card was the {q-Clubs}. Osterman checked once again. Reixach sized up his bet to 350,000 which was too much for Osterman who let his hand go.

Brady Osterman us
Brady Osterman
us 12,945,000 -115,000
Sergi Reixach es
Sergi Reixach
es 3,700,000 790,000

Chang Folds on the River

poolshir • Level 30: 80,000-160,000, 160,000 ante

Brady Osterman raised to 325,000 from the button and Carlos Chang defended his big blind.

The flop came {5-Hearts}{3-Diamonds}{k-Clubs}, Chang check-called the 220,000 continuation-bet of Osterman.

They both checked through the {7-Hearts} on the turn to the {10-Clubs} on the river. Chang checked for the final time. Osterman tanked for a while.

"Did he check already?" Osterman asked the dealer in the end and the dealer confirmed so. "Sorry, I was waiting for that."

Osterman then considered his options for a bit longer before opting to bet 550,000. Chang folded.

Brady Osterman us
Brady Osterman
us 13,060,000 580,000
Carlos Chang tw
Carlos Chang
tw 4,375,000 -500,000

Tags: Brady OstermanCarlos Chang

Level:
30
Blinds:
80,000/160,000
Ante:
160,000

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tayke2 • Level 29: 60,000-120,000, 120,000 ante
PokerGO WSOP
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First Break of the Day

poolshir • Level 29: 60,000-120,000, 120,000 ante

The seven remaining players have just gone for their first 15-minute break of the day.