WSOP Super Circuit Online Series MSPT Showdown Series
$1,300 Texas State $1M GTD Main Event
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Event Info

Prize Pool $2,090,700
Players 1818
Players Left 3
Average Chip Stack 30,300,000
Total Chips 90,900,000

Level Info

Level 36
Blinds 400,000 / 800,000
Ante 800,000

Players Info - Day 3

Players Left 3
Entries 17

Doan Dooms McVicker With Runner Runner Flush

jeffmcmillan • Level 29: 75,000-150,000, 150,000 ante
Jesse McVicker
Jesse McVicker

Jesse McVicker was all in with the {6-Clubs}{6-Diamonds} against {2-Hearts}{2-} of Christopher Doan.

McVicker looked great after the flop came {4-Hearts}{a-Hearts}{6-Spades} for a set of sixes. The turn was the {j-Hearts} and the river came the {5-Hearts} to bring four to a flush on board and give runner runner flush to Doan's deuce to end McVicker's day in brutal fashion.

Christopher Doan us 12,750,000 2,750,000
Jesse McVicker us Busted

Park Doubles

jeffmcmillan • Level 29: 75,000-150,000, 150,000 ante

Preflop, Joon Park jammed all in over a raise from Brett Murray. Murray Instantly called.

Park had the {a-Spades}{a-Clubs} against the {q-Diamonds}{q-Clubs}.

The board would run out {10-Hearts}{5-Spades}{2-Spades}{5-Spades}{3-Clubs} and Park gathered a big double.

Joon Park us 5,650,000 2,450,000
Brett Murray us 2,760,000 -2,490,000

Tags: Brett MurrayJoon Park

Two Table Redraw

jeffmcmillan • Level 29: 75,000-150,000, 150,000 ante
TableSeatPlayer
11Christopher Gonzales
12Brandon Packard
13Jared Hemingway
14Nick Shkolnik
15Robert Wright
16Shawn Rice
17Tony Potis
18Brad Freeman
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21Christopher Doan
22Michael Wang
23Josh Thibodaux
24Kevin Kaylor
25Jesse McVicker
26Joon Park
27Brett Murray
28Gabriel Andrade

Wang Cracks Conner's Aces to Get Things Started

jeffmcmillan • Level 29: 75,000-150,000, 150,000 ante

Teddy Conner was all in preflop and looking good with the {a-Clubs}{a-Hearts} against the {q-Hearts}{9-Hearts} of Michael Wang.

But the flop gave Wang the lead with two-pair {q-Hearts}{9-Hearts}{k-Hearts} the turn was the {q-Diamonds} to give Wang the full boat. And the river came the {2-Hearts} to end the day for Conner as he got up and shook his head that his aces were cracked and his day ended so soon.

Michael Wang us 11,450,000 1,800,000
Teddy Conner us Busted

Tags: Michael WangTeddy Conner

Shuffle Up and Deal

jeffmcmillan • Level 29: 75,000-150,000, 150,000 ante

The final day of the main event is now underway

Level:
29
Blinds:
75,000/150,000
Ante:
150,000

Final Day of Main Event Starts at 2 p.m. with 17 Vying for $355,420

jeffmcmillan
LSPS Belt Buckle and Plaques
LSPS Belt Buckle and Plaques

It is time for the final day, the epic conclusion to what has been a long and prosperous Lone Star Poker Series. At 2 p.m. the 17 players who survived Day 2 of the main event will converge to battle for the whopping grand prize of $355,420 as well as the LSPS hardware.

Many of the 17 returning players have a plethora of career poker earnings. The $355,420 grand prize would be the largest career cash for each remaining player except for Michael Wang, who has a cash of $466,120.

It would also be near the biggest cash for Christopher Gonzales and Josh Thibodaux who both have the vast majority of their winnings from one large cash, they will both be looking to add another massive score to their resume.

Career Poker Earnings According to Hendon Mob

PlayerLargest Career CashCareer Poker Earnings
Michael Wang$466,120$2,726,228
Brett Murray$151,145$1,501,013
Shawn Rice$213,000$1,089,291
Nick Shkolnik$206,530$727,596
Jesse McVicker$77,403$697,130
Jared Hemingway$163,024$679,827
Christopher Doan$69,025$503,228
Christopher Gonzales$360,906$399,064
Josh Thibodaux$350,758$392,157
Brad Freeman$192,242$326,667
Gabriel Andrade$43,495$266,698
Teddy Conner$76,144$234,206
Joon Park$61,013$159,539
Tony Potis$12,000$75,092
Kevin Kaylor$7,007$49,684
Brandon Packard$5,355$8,066
Robert Wright$4,540$6,960

Wang, Brett Murray and Shaw Rice are all experienced players that have over a million in career earnings. While four others have over $500,000 to create a deep remaining field.

Play will resume at Level 28 with blinds at 50,000/125,000. Meaning that the chip leader Jared Hemingway will start the day with 90 big blinds, while the short stack Kevin Kaylor has almost 10 big blinds.

PokerNews will cover the acftion from the start of the day, providing all the updates.

Tags: Brett MurrayChristopher GonzalesJared HemingwayKevin KaylorMichael Wang

$1,300 Texas State $1M GTD Main Event
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