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Day 2 completed

Posted 2012-06-07 GMT-6

Event 13: $1,500 Limit Hold'em
Day 2 completed

Day 2 All Done: Bilokur Leads, Harman Hanging On

Posted 2012-06-07 GMT-6 • Level 18
Jennifer Harman is short, but still in
Jennifer Harman is short, but still in

When we started today’s play, 222 players were still alive and in contention for a coveted gold bracelet in Day 2 of Event 13: $1,500 Limit Hold’em. After 10 hours full of min raises, we are down to just 25. Leading the way is Leonid Bilokur, who bagged up a mountain of chips that totaled 318,000. Not far behind is Ian Johns, who is taking 258,000 into tomorrow, and Chris Swan, who has 256,000.

Only 81 of the 222 players that started the day left with extra money in their pockets. Amongst the players who didn’t make it to the money plateau were Chad Brown, Jason Mercier, JC Tran, Michael Mizrachi, Matt Glantz, David Sklansky, Randy Lew, and Huck Seed, who ended up being our bubble boy after an up and down ride on the money bubble.

We also lost a handful of notable faces after the bubble burst. Amongst them were Justin Bonomo, Men “The Master” Nguyen, Humberto Brenes, Brett Jungblut, John Racener, and Eric Buchman.

We didn’t lose all the notables though. Roland Israel will have 199,000 when he comes back tomorrow. Isaac Haxton(72,000) is still around looking for that elusive first bracelet. Jennifer Harman (63,000) will also be joining us tomorrow, as will Alex Queen (66,000) and Al “Sugar Bear” Barbieri (214,000).

That wraps it up for us tonight! We will be back tomorrow at 2:00 PM, where we will play down to a winner. Be sure to stay tuned to Pokernews for every flop, turn, and river. Until then, so long from Las Vegas!

Official End-of-Day Chip Counts (full)

Posted 2012-06-07 GMT-6
Chip Counts
Leonid Bilokur 318,000
Ian Johns 258,000 33,000 pos
Chris Swan 256,000
Ben Landowski 240,000
Al Barbieri 214,000 187,500 pos
Roland Israel 199,000 173,500 pos
Glenn Engelbert 190,000
Jeff Weiss 171,000
Kevin Mcguinness 164,000
Bruce Rosen 159,000
David Arsht 130,000 -13,000 neg
Stephen Hung 116,000
Lori Kirgan 110,000
Jed Dickerson 89,000
Eric Blair 87,000 68,300 pos
Joshua Biedak 84,000
Donald Auger 75,000
Isaac Haxton 72,000 58,500 pos
Charles Tucker 69,000
Alex Queen 66,000 -44,000 neg
Eric Menser 61,000
Jennifer Harman 60,300 35,400 pos
Michael Noori 50,000
Jared Woodin 22,000
Chris Winchester 21,000

Three More Hands

Posted 2012-06-07 GMT-6 • Level 18

Each table will deal three more hands before we are done for the night. Once that happens, we will get updated chip counts for everyone who's left.

Final 3 Tables

Posted 2012-06-07 GMT-6 • Level 18
Table Seat Player
434 1 Joshua Biedak
434 2 Isaac Haxton
434 3 Stephen Hung
434 4 Chris Swan
434 5 Alex Queen
434 6 Eric Blair
434 7 Glenn Engelbert
434 8 Charles Tucker
434 9 Michael Noori
Table Seat Player
435 1 Leonid Bilokur
435 2 Donald Auger
435 3 Ian Johns
435 4 Chris Winchester
435 5 Al Barbieri
435 6 Empty
435 7 Jed Dickerson
435 8 Jared Woodin
435 9 Bruce Rosen
Table Seat Player
436 1 Damian Lyon
436 2 Lori Kirgan
436 3 Kevin Mcguinness
436 4 Ben Landowski
436 5 Roland Israel
436 6 Jeff Weiss
436 7 Jennifer Harman
436 8 Jason Manger
436 9 David Arsht

Redrawing Final Three Tables

Posted 2012-06-07 GMT-6 • Level 18

We are down to just 27 players, and play has been stopped so that they can have a full redraw. Once the new tables are set, we will get a full seating chart up.

Israel Retakes Chip Lead

Posted 2012-06-07 GMT-6

Roland Israel raised in late position, and Jed Dickerson was the only caller in the small blind. Dickerson check called a bet after the flop, {k-Hearts}{q-Spades}{6-Hearts}, and the turn, {7-Hearts}. The {2-Clubs} hit the river, and both players checked. Israel showed {q-Clubs}{j-Spades} for second pair, and Dickerson mucked his hand. After that pot, Dickerson dropped to under 150,000, while Israel jumped to 265,000.

Chip Counts
Roland Israel 265,000 25,000 pos
Jed Dickerson 148,500 -26,500 neg

Ospina Out, Haxton Hurting

Posted 2012-06-07 GMT-6

Action started with Ian Johns in middle position, and he made it two bets. Haxton three bet in the cutoff, and it was on Daniel Ospina on the button. He went all in for 16,500, and after the blinds folded, Johns and Haxton made the call. The flop came down {6-Diamonds}{3-Hearts}{3-Clubs}, and Johns check raised Haxton. Haxton called, but folded when the {10-Hearts} hit the turn and Johns bet again.

Johns: {10-Spades}{10-Diamonds}
Ospina:{9-Spades}{9-Diamonds}

Johns hit his gin card on the turn, filling up and leaving Ospina drawing dead. The meaningless river was the {2-Spades}, and Johns collected the pot, upping his stack to 225,000. Meanwhile, Haxton is down to just 57,000 after the hand.

Chip Counts
Ian Johns 225,000
Isaac Haxton 57,000 -83,000 neg
Daniel Ospina Busted

Dickerson Cruising

Posted 2012-06-07 GMT-6

A player in early position raised, and the cutoff made it three bets. It folded to Jed Dickerson in the big blind, and he put in a fourth bet. The first raiser folded, but the second one called. The flop came down {4-Diamonds}{4-Clubs}{7-Diamonds}, and Dickerson kept it going with another bet. He was called, and he bet again when the {3-Spades} hit the turn. This time his opponent folded, giving the pot to Dickerson, who is now up to 175,000.

Chip Counts
Jed Dickerson 175,000 70,000 pos

Level 18 started

Level:
18
Blinds:
2500/5000
Ante:
0
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Winner

Winner David Arsht
Winning Hand ♦Q♣10
Prize 211,921

Level Info

Level 18
Blinds 2,500 / 5,000
Ante 0

Players Info

Prize Pool 985,500