Thai Ha opened to 50,000 and Damjan Radanov called in the cutoff before Ali Imsirovic three-bet to 220,000 from the small blind.
Ha got out of the way and Radanov quickly called to see the flop.
Imsirovic shoved for close to 150,000~ and Radanov instantly mucked.
Chance Kornuth raised to 45,000 in middle position and both Thai Ha and Ryan Laplante called from the button and big blind respectively.
The flop landed and Laplante checked. Kornuth continued for 85,000 and both Ha and Laplante called as the turn landed the .
Laplante and Kornuth checked, and Ha took the betting lead with a bet of 325,000. Laplante folded, but Kornuth called as the completed the board on the river.
After using a time extension, Kornuth announced a bet of 400,000. Ha used two of his time extensions, and then called.
“You win,” Kornuth said.
Ha tabled his for the nut straight.
10,000 / 20,000
Big Blind Ante
Event #2 is down to the official final table, but one more elimination still separates this field from the end of Day 1.
After the next knockout, the final six players will bag their chips for tomorrow’s PokerGO live stream – which will start at 1:00 PM local time.
Here’s how the remaining players are positioned at the final table, with an updated list of counts also provided below:
- Chance Kornuth
- John Riordan
- Thai Ha
- Damjan Radanov
- Ryan Laplante
- Ali Imsirovic
- Tim McDermott
Brent Roberts opened to 56,000 off a short stack and Ryan Laplante called on the button before both Thai Ha and Ali Imsirovic came along in the blinds.
Both blinds checked the flop and Roberts bet 87,000 – leaving himself 11,000 back. Laplante and Ha called before Imsirovic folded and three players went to the turn.
The fell and after Ha checked, Roberts put his final few chips in the middle. Both players quickly called to see the complete the board and after Ha checked, Laplante bet 100,000.
Ha folded and Laplante tabled for a rivered flush. Roberts flashed and he was eliminated in 8th place.
The remaining seven players are redrawing for the official Event #2 final table and a complete list of the updated counts will be posted shortly.
Ali Imsirovic raised pot on the button to 56,000 and Anthony Zinno pushed all in for 166,000 from the small blind. Imsirovic called.
The board ran out and Zinno was eliminated in ninth place for a $18,600 payday.
Manig Loeser raised pot in the cutoff to 56,000 and Damjan Radanov called in the big blind.
The flop landed and Radanov bets enough to put Loeser all in for his last 17,000. Loeser called, and the cards are tabled.
The turn and river landed the and , and Loeser was eliminated on the Event #2 money bubble.
The remaining nine players are all guaranteed $18,600 in prize money.
Sam Snead opened to 35,000 from the cutoff and Ali Imsirovic three-bet to 113,000 from the big blind.
The short stack burned through his final time extension before he called – leaving himself around 50,000~ behind.
Imsirovic shoved the flop and Snead quickly called before tabling .
Snead was ahead – briefly – against Imsirovic’s , as the fell on the turn to shoot the defending Poker Masters champion into the lead.
The completed the board and Snead’s elimination – leaving Event #2 on the bubble.
Ryan Laplante raised to 40,000 from under the gun and Thai Ha three-bet to 140,000 next to act. Anthony Zinno called all in from the button for 51,000, and Laplante called too.
The flop landed and Laplante bet out 175,000 and Ha folded.
The turn and river fell the and , and Zinno secured a triple.
Sam Snead raised to 35,000 from middle position and Ryan Laplante called in the cutoff, as did Anthony Zinno from the big blind.
The flop checked through to reveal the on the turn. Laplante bet 75,000 and only Zinno called as the completed the board on the river.
Zinno checked, and Laplante bet pot of 277,000. Zinno used four time extensions, and then called.
Laplante tabled his and Zinno mucked.
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