Live Events 3
Event #11: $600 No-Limit Hold'em Deepstack
Days:
12

Event Info

Buy-in $600
Prize Pool $2,914,650
Players 5,720

Level Info

Level 43
Blinds 1,500,000 / 3,000,000
Ante 3,000,000

Players Info - Day 2

Players Left 1
Entries 289

Highlights

Highlights

Helander Wins the Flip

• Level 24: 20,000-40,000, 40,000 ante

MIchael Helander was in late position and was faced with an all-in bet from a middle-position player for 450,000. Helander then decided to reshove all in for 675,000. The rest of the players quickly got out of their way and the cards were tabled.

Opponent: {6-Hearts}{6-Clubs}
Helander: {a-Diamonds}{q-Hearts}

The board runout of {10-Clubs}{a-Hearts}{k-Hearts}{k-Spades}{2-Spades} gave Helander top two pair and he took the pot, which gave him an almost complete double to break a million chips.

Michael Helander us
Michael Helander
us 1,125,000 820,000

Tags: MIchael Helander

Level:
24
Blinds:
20,000/40,000
Ante:
40,000

Boone Scores Early Double-Up with Ace High

blaisebourgeois • Level 23: 15,000-30,000, 30,000 ante

In a four-way pot with 255,000 chips in the middle on a {2-Clubs}{4-Clubs}{6-Diamonds} flop, it checked around to Roberto Bendeck on the button, who made it 125,000. Shannon Boone, who was in the big blind, went all in for her last 315,000 chips. Bendeck called after the other two players folded.

Shannon Boone: {a-Spades}{5-Diamonds}
Roberto Bendeck: {q-Clubs}{j-Clubs}

Though Bendeck was a slight favorite on the flop with his flush draw, the board ran out {6-Spades}{10-Diamonds} to give Boone more than a full double-up.

Roberto Bendeck us
Roberto Bendeck
us 1,875,000 -360,000
Shannon Boone US
Shannon Boone
US 850,000 445,000

Tags: Roberto BendeckShannon Boone

Pinho Out-Flips Luckert to Score KO

NicholasBaltz • Level 23: 15,000-30,000, 30,000 ante

Ryan Luckert was all in preflop for his last 250,000 against Luis Pinho.

Ryan Luckert: {a-Clubs}{j-Clubs}
Luis Pinho: {k-Spades}{q-Diamonds}

There was a dealer error on the flop as four cards came out of {5-Hearts}{10-Spades}{5-Diamonds}{k-Clubs}, and the floor was called. The four cards were mixed up and a new burn was randomly selected which was the {5-Diamonds}.

So the flop was officially {5-Hearts}{10-Spades}{k-Clubs} to pair Pinho, and then the {8-Spades} turn and {j-Diamonds} river changed nothing and Luckert was eliminated.

Luis Pinho pt
Luis Pinho
pt 900,000 440,000
Ryan Luckert US
Ryan Luckert
US Busted

Tags: Luis PinhoRyan Luckert

Cuevasgarcia Nearly Triples Up on Very First Hand, Lu Out

blaisebourgeois • Level 23: 15,000-30,000, 30,000 ante

With both of his opponents at 135,000 chips or less, Rene Wenzel moved all in from the button. Ayden Lu called and said "I came to play one hand." Jamie Cuevasgarcia said "Me too," and called.

Ayden Lu: {a-Diamonds}{k-Diamonds}
Jamie Cuevasgarcia {k-Clubs}{q-Diamonds}
Rene Wenzel: {a-Clubs}{3-Hearts}

Lu went way out in front on the {q-Hearts}{a-Hearts}{9-Diamonds} flop but he was forced to feel maximum pain when the {q-Spades} came on the turn.

The {k-Hearts} came on the river to give Cuevasgarcia a full house and he would go from 135,000 to 375,000 on the first hand of the second day.

Rene Wenzel DE
Rene Wenzel
DE 375,000 -135,000
Jamie Cuevasgarcia
Jamie Cuevasgarcia
370,000 370,000
Ayden Lu US
Ayden Lu
US Busted

Tags: Ayden LuJamie CuevasgarciaRene Wenzel

Level:
23
Blinds:
15,000/30,000
Ante:
30,000

Day 2 Officially Underway

Day 2 of Event #11: No-Limit Hold'em Deepstack has officillay begun with 289 players to battle it out for the grand prize of $335,286 and the gold bracelet.

Jimmy D'Ambrosio Is One To Watch On Day 2 of Event #11: $600 No-Limit Hold'em Deepstack

NicholasBaltz
Jimmy D'Ambrosio
Jimmy D'Ambrosio

Just 289 players remain, from a starting field of 5,715 entries, heading into Day 2 of Event #11: $600 No-Limit Hold’em Deepstack at the Bally’s and Paris Las Vegas.

One of the big names to watch will be the well-known Jimmy D'Ambrosio (1,170,000) from Chicago, Illinois. He used a combination of table talk and aggression to amass a big stack by night's end.

He has some tough competition, however, as WSOP bracelet winners Femi Fashakin (3,215,000), Georgios Sotiropoulos (1,125,000), Ankush Mandavia (605,000), Yuri Dzivielevski (540,000), Kevin MacPhee (510,000), Tristan Wade (490,000), Jeremy Wien (415,000), Men Nguyen (409,000), Dalibor Dula (320,000), Barny Boatman (210,000),
Robert Mcmillan (240,000) and Jim Collopy (130,000) are all lurking in the field.

The 5,715 players generated a prize pool of $2,914,650 and first place will earn $335,286. Remaining players will return to the Bally's red section at noon local time on Tuesday, June, 7, to play down to a winner. Levels remain 30-minutes long throughout this event, so cards and chips will be flying!

Keep up with all the action here on PokerNews as we crown a champion in this event and our continuing coverage of the 2022 WSOP in it's new home at Bally's and Paris Las Vegas.

Tags: Ankush MandaviaBarny BoatmanDalibor DulaFemi FashakinGeorgios SotiropoulosJeremy WienJim CollopyJimmy D'AmbrosioKevin MacPheeMen NguyenParis Las VegasTristan WadeYuri Dzivielevski

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