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Event #54: $1,000 No-Limit Hold’em

Mickael Morgousky Eliminated in 18th Place ($25,534)

Mickael Morgousky - Eliminated in 18th Place ($25,534)
Mickael Morgousky - Eliminated in 18th Place ($25,534)

Ren Ho Zhang raised to 58,000 from under-the-gun and Maxim Lykov went all in for around 500,000. Mickael Morgousky called for less from the button and Zhang got out of the way.

Morgousky: {j-Hearts}{j-Diamonds}
Lykov: {9-Spades}{9-Hearts}

Morgousky looked poised to double up until the flop came {a-Hearts}{k-Spades}{9-Clubs} giving Lykov a set of nines. The turn and river were the {3-Clubs} and {7-Spades} and Morgousky was eliminated.

Mickael Morgousky Busted

Tags: Maxim LykovMickael Morgousky

Two Table Draw


Table 369:

Seat 1: Douglas MacKinnon, 1,200,000
Seat 2: Matthew Leecy, 2,050,000
Seat 3: Mickael Morgousky, 300,000
Seat 4: Mario Doria, 700,000
Seat 5: Warren Wooldridge, 655,000
Seat 6: Ren Ho Zhang, 595,000
Seat 7: Jason Bigelow, 470,000
Seat 8: Max Lykov, 950,000
Seat 9: Dror Michaelo, 950,000

Table 372:

Seat 1: Aaron Overton, 800,000
Seat 2: Stanislav Alekhin, 1,230,000
Seat 3: Terrance Eischens, 650,000
Seat 4: Sebastien Roy, 940,000
Seat 5: Joshua Evans, 360,000
Seat 6: Pierre Neuville, 340,000
Seat 7: Harald Olsen, 300,000
Seat 8: Jeffrey Mana, 360,000
Seat 9: Matthew LaGarde, 1,100,000

Matthew Leecy us 2,050,000 550,000
Stanislav Alekhin ru 1,230,000 -60,000
Douglas Mackinnon us 1,200,000 300,000
Matthew LaGarde 1,100,000 510,000
Maxim Lykov ru 950,000 -210,000
Dror Michaelo 950,000 -168,000
Sebastien Roy 940,000 -60,000
Aaron Overton us 800,000 90,000
Mario Doria au 700,000 -10,000
Warren Wooldridge 655,000 35,000
Terrance Eischens 650,000 250,000
Ren Ho Zhang 595,000 -115,000
Jason Bigelow ca 470,000 50,000
Joshua Evans us 360,000 40,000
Jeffrey Manza us 360,000 -430,000
Pierre Neuville be 340,000 -270,000
Mickael Morgousky 300,000 -85,000
Harald Olsen no 300,000 -150,000

A Look at the Current WSOP Player-of-the-Year Leaderboard

Chad_Holloway • Level 23: 10,000-20,000, 3,000 ante

Current 2011 WSOP Player-of-the-Year Leaderboard

PlayerPointsCashesFinal TablesBraceletsWinnings
Ben Lamb572.65321$1,130,494
Chris Moorman486.20520$1,051,466
Bertrand “ElkY” Grospellier479.25421$811,639
Phil Hellmuth458.25420$527,970
Sam Stein402.63521$731,279
Joe Ebanks410.25311$1,179,031
Mikhail Lakhitov401.80521$851,058
Jason Mercier385.33531$696,438
Mitch Schock364.81531$406,018
Sean Getzwiller343321$672,627

*Through Event #53

Leecy Pulls One Over-ton

[user198205] • Level 23: 10,000-20,000, 3,000 ante

Action folded to Matthew Leecy in the cutoff who raised to 50,000. Aaron Overton, who was on the button, re-raised to 130,000 and Leecy called. The flop came {10-Diamonds}{8-Clubs}{3-Diamonds} and Leecy check-called a bet of 113,000 from Overton. The turn brought the {9-Hearts} and both players checked and saw the {7-Diamonds} come on the river. Leecy thought for a bit before firing out a bet of 425,000. Overton went into the tank before eventually saying "you've got it" and folding his hand. Leecy turned over his {k-Hearts}{q-Spades} showing that he had nothing but king-high to which Overton frowned.

Tags: Aaron OvertonMatthew Leecy



Harald Olsen raised to 40,000 and Sebastien Roy flat-called before James Matteucci reraised all in from the big blind for around 260,000. Olsen folded quickly but Roy snap-called with {K-Hearts}{K-Diamonds} dominating the short stac's {A-Hearts}{K-Spades}.

The board was the death-sentencing {K-Clubs}{7-Hearts}{7-Spades} followed by the {2-Clubs} and {2-Diamonds} which made little difference. We're now one player away from breaking to just two tables.

Sebastien Roy 1,000,000 260,000
James Matteucci Busted

Tags: Sebastien RoyJames Matteucci

Alekhin Absconds With LaGarde's Chips

[user198205] • Level 23: 10,000-20,000, 3,000 ante

With the board reading {j-Spades}{7-Clubs}{5-Clubs}, Stanislav Alekhin bet out 78,000 and was called by Matthew LaGarde. The {k-Clubs} came on the turn and Alekhin bet again, this time for 150,000, and was again called by LaGarde. The river brought the {7-Diamonds} and Alekhin fired a third bullet into the pot, this one for 370,000. LaGarde decided he had had enough and folded and Alekhin showed his {a-Hearts}{8-Spades} bluff as he raked in the pot.

Tags: Matthew LaGardeStanislav Alekhin