Joseph Orsino Eliminated by Erik Seidel

Jake Schindler opened the action from under the gun to 3,500. Erik Seidel was next to act and called. Action folded to Joseph Orsino in the cutoff who three-bet to 15,000. The blinds folded and the action was back on Schindler who mucked his cards. Seidel thought it over before cutting

Lazaro Hernandez Climbs Into the Chip Lead

Barry Hutter raised to 10,000 from the cutoff and Kristen Bicknell called on the button. From the small blind, Lazaro Hernandez three-bet to 33,000 before Hutter responded by making it 78,000 total. Bicknell folded, and Hernandez shoved all in for roughly 400,000 and Hutter called. Hutter: [KsKc] Hernandez: [AdAs] The dealer spread the [Th9s3c8s2c]

Anthony Zinno Takes it on the Turn

Anthony Zinno opened to 6,000 from the cutoff and Barry Hutter called in the small blind. The flop landed [Ks3h6c] and both players checked. The turn fell the [9d] and Hutter checked to Zinno who bet 9,000. Hutter folded, and Zinno collected the pot.

Clubs Get Home to Double Shak’s Stack

Dan Shak doubled up through Barry Hutter with a [2c] on the river to complete his flush. While holding [Ah9d], Hutter bet 8,000 on a flop of [AcTc7d]. Shak moved all-in behind for his remaining 52,500 chips with [5c6c] and Hutter made the call. The [3s] on the turn was a blank

Mark Dietz Eliminated by Barry Hutter

Mark Dietz opened to 3,000 in the cutoff and Barry Hutter three-bet to 10,000 from the small blind. Dietz called all-in for 10,000, and the cards were tabled. Dietz: [Th9h] Hutter: [QcQh] The dealer spread a [2cAs4cKh7c] board and Dietz was eliminated.

Kelly Minkin Sparks Day 5 Action on PokerGO

Another day at the 2018 World Series of Poker Main Event brought more highlights to the PokerGO stage on Day 5. Moving day started with 310 players remaining from the 7,874 who entered and Barry Hutter in the lead. The chip lead changed hands many times throughout the day and Kelly Minkin

Remko on the Rail – Main Event Bling!

Soccer, golf, tennis, hockey, basketball, and baseball all have iconic trophies, but arguably the best bling in the game belongs to the World Series of Poker! Today, the 2018 WSOP Main Event bracelet arrived at the Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino, and our photographer Drew Amato managed to get a