Action folded to Sean Winter in the cutoff, and he opened to 12,000. Action folded to Steve Zolotow, and he moved all-in for his last 15,000. Winter called. Winter: [QsJd] Zolotow: [6s5c] The board ran out [Ks8c3d6cJc], and Winter rivered a pair of jacks to eliminate Zolotow.
Steve Zolotow limped in from under the gun and Christopher Usude raised to 25,000 next to act. Jared Bleznick called next to speak, and Zolotow came along. The [7cQc9d] flop checked through to reveal the [6d] on the turn. Zolotow checked and Usude bet 40,000. Bleznick raised to 130,000 and both Zolotow
With a flop reading [JsTs4c], Anthony Zinno and Steve Zolotow were all in, and Jim Collopy had called. Zinno: [Kd4dTc2h] Zolotow: [AhQhKc9h] Collopy: [AdJd5s3d] The board ran out [8d] on the turn, and when the [7c] completed the board on the river, Zolotow made a straight to eliminate Zinno while also doubling through Collopy.
Eli Elezra outlasted a stacked field of 68 entrants that included Steve Zolotow and Daniel Negreanu at the final table to claim his first live tournament win since capturing his third career World Series of Poker bracelet in 2019. Elezra collected $183,600 for his win making this the fifth-biggest score
Eli Elezra outlasted a stacked field of 68 entrants that included Steve Zolotow and Daniel Negreanu at the final table to claim his first live tournament win since capturing his third career World Series of Poker bracelet in 2019. Elezra collected $169,900 for his win making this the fifth-biggest score
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Limit Hold'em Steve Zolotow raised to 80,000 and Nick Guagenti three-bet from the button to 120,000. Both blinds folded and Zolotow made the call. The flop brought out [3h3c5s] and Zolotow check-called 40,000. On the turn, the [4c] hit, and Zolotow checked to Guagenti who bet 80,000 before quickly getting check-raised. Guagenti