Sean Winter is the chip leader at the final table for Event #9 - $50,000 No-Limit Hold'em. He enters the day with a big lead over his next closest opponents. Koray Aldemir, who already has a second place finish under his belt, and Ryan Riess, the 2013 WSOP Main Event
Preflop action folded to Isaac Haxton and he raised to 25,000 from the button. David Peters then three-bet shoved all in, getting a fold from Justin Bonomo in his small blind and a snap call from Haxton. The players tabled their hands, which showed Peters in the lead and needing to win
Action folded to Ali Imsirovic in the small blind who limped. Isaac Haxton then checked his option in the big blind. The flop came [KdQsJd] and both players checked. The turn was the [3h] and Ali bet 3,000. Haxton made the call. The river was the [Th]. Imsirovic bet out 10,000.
Ali Imsirovic opened to 7,000 in the hijack and Isaac Haxton called in the cutoff, as did Jake Schindler on the button. Cary Katz and Justin Bonomo came along from the blinds, and the dealer spread the [5sJh9h] flop. Action checked through to reveal the [Ah] on the turn, and Imsirovic
On a flop of [6d2d6c], Justin Bonomo was all in for his last 42,000 holding [AdAh] against Isaac Haxton's [KdQd]. The turn and river landed the [Jh] and [9s] and Bonomo secured the double.
Cary Katz limped in for 2,000 in middle position and Ali Imsirovic completed from the small blind. From out of the big blind, Isaac Haxton raised to 14,000, and Katz called as Imsirovic folded. The flop landed [5d4d4h] and Haxton moved all in for around 80,000. Katz quickly called. Haxton: [AdQc] Katz: [As4s] The
Isaac Haxton raised to 4,500 in middle position and Cary Katz called on the button. From the small blind, Justin Bonomo three-bet to 22,000, and after Haxton called, Katz called also. The flop landed [8s5c3d] and Bonomo continued for 15,000. Haxton folded, and Katz called all in for 9,500. Bonomo: [AhKd] Katz: [7s6s] Katz