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2012 World Series of Poker › Event 46: $2,500 No-Limit Hold'em


Double Down For Quehen

Posted 2012-06-27 GMT-7

Jeremy Quehen has just handed Michael Gagliano's chips straight to Bradley Lipsey. Once again it was ace-king that failed the holder.

William Reynolds raised to 40,000 in first position before Quehen three-bet one seat to his left. The bet was 115,000 but when the action folded to Bradley Lipsey he moved all-in for 459,000. Reynolds folded, Quehen called and the exciteable French rail had another showdown to cheer about.

Lipsey{J-Clubs} {J-Diamonds}
Quehen{A-Spades} {K-Diamonds}

Flop: {A-Clubs} {J-Hearts} {2-Diamonds}

It took some time for both players to register what had happened. They both jerked instantly and then there was happiness for Lipsey and sadness for Quehen. The {2-Hearts} & {3-Diamonds} completed the board and Quehen was right back where he started. Lipsey, meanwhile, moved up to 900,000.

Chip Counts
Bradley Lipsey 900,000 540,000 pos
Jeremy Quehen 725,000 -475,000 neg

Double For Quehen

Posted 2012-06-27 GMT-7

William Reynolds raised from early position and Jeremy Quehen moved all in from the button for about 600,000. Michael Gagliano in the small blind then moved all in for 1,400,000. Reynolds folded and cards were tabled.

Quehen: {10-Spades}{10-Hearts}
Gagliano: {A-Diamonds}{k-Spades}

It was basically a coinflip with each player having a good chance of walking away a winner. The board came {7-Clubs}{9-Clubs}{3-Diamonds}{3-Spades} and Quehen was awarded a double up.

Chip Counts
Michael Gagliano 1,400,000
Jeremy Quehen 1,200,000 350,000 pos

Gualtieri Doubles Through Weissman

Posted 2012-06-27 GMT-7 • Level 24: 10,000-20,000, 3,000 ante

Yes, you've read it right, Joey Weissman has lost a showdown.

The money went in on a flop of {K-Clubs} {9-Hearts} {4-Hearts} with Gualtieri in the lead with {A-Spades} {9-Spades} and Weissman trailing with {10-Clubs} {9-Clubs}. The turn {4-Diamonds} and river {8-Hearts} not changing much and Gualtieri was up to 786,000.

Mark Schmid Eliminated in 12th Place ($38,716)

Posted 2012-06-27 GMT-7
Mark Schmid - 12th
Mark Schmid - 12th

Joey Weissman raised to 40,000, Mark Schmid moved all-in and Weissman made the call.

Weissman{10-Clubs} {10-Hearts}
Schmid{A-Clubs} {J-Spades}

Board: {7-Spades} {7-Hearts} {10-Diamonds} {8-Diamonds} {4-Diamonds}

Weissman takes another scalp; this time Schmid.

Chip Counts
Joey Weissman 4,540,000 450,000 pos
Mark Schmid Busted

Bradley Lipsey Doubles Through William Reynolds

Posted 2012-06-27 GMT-7

Bradley Lipsey just found that huge slice of luck that every poker player needs.

He found himself all-in - and dominated - against William Reynolds. It was {A-Hearts} {9-Diamonds} v {A-Spades} {K-Spades} and it was the turn and river that produced the dirty work that Reynolds did not want to see.

Board: {2-Clubs} {4-Spades} {6-Hearts} {9-Clubs} {9-Hearts}

Chip Counts
William Reynolds 557,000 -333,000 neg
Bradley Lipsey 360,000 175,000 pos

Weissman Smashing It

Posted 2012-06-27 GMT-7

The action folded around to Joey Weissman in the small blind and he raised to 40,000. Stephen Reynolds was seated in the big blind and he made the call. Weissman then fired three-barrels into Reynolds and he called every single one of them. The board was {10-Clubs} {8-Spades} {2-Diamonds} {A-Clubs} {5-Diamonds} and the bullets were 45,000, 105,000 & 350,000. Weissman turned over {A-Spades} {Q-Spades}.

"How do you find ace-queen there?" Asked Reynolds.

There are screams from the rail at the sight of the Weissman winning hand.

"I warned you not to go down that road. DON'T GO DOWN THAT ROAD!" Shouted one of Weissman's fans.

Chip Counts
Joey Weissman 4,090,000 190,000 pos
Stephen Reynolds 585,000 -1,295,000 neg

All-In, All-In…All-In!

Posted 2012-06-27 GMT-7 • Level 24: 10,000-20,000, 3,000 ante

The chips are flying in so we should be narrowing the field very shortly.

Michael Gagliano moved all-in from the small blind and Bradley Lipsey folded.

Bradley Lipsey moved all-in from his small blind and Konstantin Puchkov folded.

Joey Weissman raised to 40,000 in the cutoff and Mark Schmid moved all-in to shut down our chip leader.

Joshua Pedraza raised to 43,000 in first position, Gagliano three-bet, Pedraza moved all-in and Gagliano folded.

Bradley Lipsey moved all-in and everyone folded as did Joe Gualtieri.

Joshua Hillock Eliminated in 13th Place ($30,856)

Posted 2012-06-27 GMT-7
Joshua Hillock - 13th place
Joshua Hillock - 13th place

It was battle of the blinds with Joshua Hillock in the small blind and Joey Weissman in the large blind after the rest of the table folded. Action was on Hillock who moved all in for around 300,000. Weissman made the call and cards were tabled.

Weissman: {A-}{6-}
Hillock: {10-}{q-}

The board came {6-}{10-}{j-}{A-}{j-} and with that Hillock was sent to the rail.

Chip Counts
Joey Weissman 3,900,000 460,000 pos
Joshua Hillock Busted

Level 24 started


Break Time

Posted 2012-06-27 GMT-7 • Level 23: 8,000-16,000, 2,000 ante

The players are on a twenty-minute break

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Winner Joey Weissman
Winning Hand ♥A♥Q
Prize 694,609

Level Info

Level 32
Blinds 60,000 / 120,000
Ante 15,000

Players Info

Prize Pool 3,655,925