2022 bestbet Jacksonville Winter Series Open MSPT Black Hawk
Event 6 - $1,500 Limit Holdem
Days:
123

Event Info

Buy-in $1,500
Prize Pool $1,242,150
Players 910

Styczynski vs. Gumroyan

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After a flop of {J-Hearts}{7-Spades}{5-Clubs}, Gary Styczynski and Varouzhan Gumroyan both check. The turn card is the {3-Hearts}, there's a bet and a call. The river card is the {9-Diamonds}, Gumroyan checks, Styczynski bets 60,000, and Gumroyan folds. Styczynski takes the pot.

The holecams reveal the following hands:

Styczynski: {A-Hearts}{9-Hearts}
Gumroyan: {A-Spades}{Q-Diamonds}

James Gorham vs. Varouzhan Gumroyan

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Varouzhan Gumroyan just won a nice pot against James Gorham. This was the final board:

{Q-Diamonds}{10-Spades}{7-Diamonds}{J-Hearts}{8-Hearts}

James Gorham: {8-Diamonds}{4-Diamonds}
Varouzhan Gumroyan: {A-Clubs}{J-Spades}

Gumroyan's pair of jacks picked up the pot over Gorham's pair of eights (he missed his flush draw).

James Gorham is now short-stacked.

Soheil Shamseddin vs. Hansu Chu

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Hansu Chu has the button in seat 5, he raises to 60,000, Shamseddin reraises from the small blind to 90,000, and Chu calls. The board comes {10-Spades}{3-Hearts}{2-Diamonds}{J-Diamonds}{4-Spades}, and on the river, Shamseddin bets 60,000, and Chu folds.

The holecam cards reveal that Soheil Shamseddin held {A-Spades}{J-Hearts} for top pair, while Chu had {Q-Spades}{5-Diamonds} for queen high.

James Holland Eliminated in 6th Place ($40,991)

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After a flop of {Q-Clubs}{9-Spades}{7-Clubs}, James Holland and Varouzhan Gumroyan each put one bet into the pot. The turn card is the {Q-Spades}, and Holland is all in for his last few chips with {K-Diamonds}{K-Hearts} against Gumroyan's {A-Diamonds}{Q-Diamonds} -- trip queens. Holland needs to catch a king on the river to stay alive, but the last card is the {8-Spades}.

James Holland is eliminated in sixth place, earning $40,991. The next player eliminated will receive $53,412 for fifth place.

On that hand, Varouzhan Gumroyan moves into the lead with 900,000 in chips.

Official Chip Counts

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Here are the official chip counts from the break:

Seat 2 - Varouzhan Gumroyan - 590,000
Seat 3 - James Gorham - 470,000
Seat 4 - Gary Styczynski - 705,000
Seat 5 - Hansu Chu - 370,000
Seat 7 - Soheil Shamseddin - 350,000
Seat 9 - James Holland - 260,000

Play About to Resume

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The final six players will resume play momentarily in Event #6 ($1,500 Limit Hold'em) with increased blinds of 15,000-30,000, and limits of 30,000-60,000.

Blinds Increase

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There is a short break before the blinds increase to 15,000-30,000, with limits of 30,000-60,000.

James Holland Doubles Through Hansu Chu

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Gary Styczynski has the button in seat 4, James Holland raises to 40,000, and Chu calls from the small blind. The flop comes {10-Diamonds}{5-Hearts}{4-Spades}, Chu bets 20,000, Holland raises to 40,000, and Chu calls. The turn card is the {9-Spades}, Chu checks, Holland is all in for 40,000, and Chu calls.

Holland shows {J-Spades}{10-Hearts} for top pair, while Chu shows {K-Spades}{J-Hearts} for two overcards and a gut-shot straight draw.

The river card is the {7-Diamonds}, and Holland wins the pot with a pair of tens, doubling up in chips.

James Gorham vs. Soheil Shamseddin

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James Gorham has the button in seat 3, Shamseddin raises to 40,000, and Gorham calls from the button. The flop comes {10-Diamonds}{9-Hearts}{6-Clubs}, Gorham bets 20,000, and Shamseddin calls. The turn card is the {5-Hearts}, Gorham bets 40,000, and Shamseddin calls. The river card is the {7-Clubs}, Gorham bets 40,000, and Shamseddin folds. Gorham takes the pot.