Jason Mercier Eliminated by Derek Gregory

Jason Mercier moved all-in from the hijack for 81,000 and Derek Gregory shoved for 88,000 from the cutoff. Mercier: [As3s] Gregory: [AdQc] Mercier was dead on the flop as the final board ran out [QhQsQd2c3h] to see Mercier eliminated at the hands of Gregory's quads.

Sean Winter vs. Jason Mercier

Sean Winter raised to 10,000 from the cutoff and Jason Mercier called in the big blind. The flop landed [Kc6sAc] and Mercier checked. Winter bet 15,000, and Mercier called before the [2c] and [Ts] checked through. Mercier tabled his [Kd7c], but it would be Winter's [AsTd] that would earn him the pot.

Jason Mercier Eliminated by Sam Soverel

Jason Mercier raised to 30,000 from under the gun before Sam Soverel moved all-in from the big blind. Mercier contemplated for a few moments, and then called all-in for 355,000 total. Mercier: [AhQs] Soverel: [AcKs] The board ran out [9s5sKd3d3c] and Mercier was eliminated in 10th place.

Dylan Gang vs. Jason Mercier

Jason Mercier raised to 10,000 from under the gun and Dylan Gang called from the big blind to see a [8d7dJh] flop. Gang checked and Mercier continued for 8,000 before Gang check-raised to 25,000. Mercier called, and both players checked the [5d] on the turn. The river landed the [3s] and Gang

Ep. 154 Phil Hui’s PPC Career Choice

Phil Hui became a poker star by winning the $50,000 Poker Players Championhip in 2019.

Live from the 2019 World Series of Poker, Phil Hui joins the podcast crew to talk about his epic $50,000 Poker Players Championship win and choosing pro poker over pro golf. 00:45 – Is the $50,000 Poker Players Championship the hardest tournament of the year and why are Jason Mercier

Is Shaun Deeb’s POY Defense the Story of the Summer?

As Adam Friedman successfully defended his $10,000 Dealer’s Choice Championship title, Shaun Deeb officially started his Player of the Year defense. The runner-up finish was the first podium of Deeb’s summer and the result moved the four-time bracelet winner inside the POY top-10 for the first time in 2019. Since 2004,