Event #79: $3,000 No-Limit Hold'em
Days:
1234
Event #79: $3,000 No-Limit Hold'em
Day 3 Completed

David Gonzalez Leads Six Survivors to Final Day of Event #79: $3,000 No-Limit Hold'em

DegenOnTour • Level 25: 25,000-50,000, 50,000 ante
David Gonzalez
David Gonzalez

Day 3 of Event #79: $3,000 No-Limit Holdem is in the books at the 2019 World Series of Poker held in the Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino as only six players survive out of the 671 that started on Day 1. David Gonzalez bagged the chip lead and he ended the day with 4,295,000 and is just ahead of Guillaume Nolet who bagged 3,960,000. Both have more than double the stack of Ivan Deyra who sits in third with 1,975,000.

The other players that made it through to the final day of the tournament were David Dibernardi (1,365,000), Patrick Leonard (1,320,000), and David Weinstein (515,000). Half of the remaining field has the first name David and with the chip leader part of that group the chance is high one of the Davids will be crowned the winner tomorrow

Final Table Seat Draw

SeatPlayerCountryChipsBig Blinds
1David DibernardiUnited States1,365,00027
2David GonzalezUnited States4,295,00086
3Guillaume NoletCanada3,960,00079
4David WeinsteinUnited States515,00010
5Patrick LeonardUnited Kingdom1,320,00026
6Ivan DeyraFrance1,975,00039

Day 3 action
Day 3 started with 14 players left in the tournament. The tournament started two days earlier with a total of 671 entrants and 148 made it through to Day 2 of the tournament. Fourteen of them were still standing and came back to battle it out for a spot at the final six on Day 3. It only took a couple of minutes for the action to break loose on Day 3 and Leonard immediately caught a double up after five minutes.

Will Givens (14th - $15,618) wasn't as fortunate as Leonard and he was the first player that was eliminated from the tournament. His king-queen couldn't catch up with the ace-nine of end-of-day chip leader Gonzalez. Allen Berger (13th - $15,618) and Michael Tureniec (12th - $19,690) all busted out before the first break.

Jonas Mackoff (11th - $19,690) and Karen Sarkisyan (10th - $19,690) both also missed out on the final table. Mackoff first had his pocket kings beaten by ace-queen to be left with a couple of big blinds. He lost those a hand later and Sarkisyan got her chips in the middle with an inferior ace.

Diego Zeiter busted on the second hand of the final table when he got his last six big blinds in the middle with ace-five against the ace-king of Deyra. Zeiter received $25,278 for his ninth-place finish and won't be making an appearance on the live stream. Dennis Brand (8th - $33,032) busted moments later when his aces were cracked.

Andres Nemeth's elimination ended the day. Nemeth first miraculously avoided elimination by hitting a two-outer but he was eliminated in the next hand when he lost a coin flip against the end-of-day chip leader. Nemeth received $43,925 for busting in seventh place.

The tournament will continue at 1 p.m. local time on Friday, July 12, with 15 minutes and 45 seconds left in level 25: 25,000/50,000 - big blind ante 50,000. Make sure to check in on PokerNews to follow all the updates.

Tags: David DibernardiDavid GonzalezDavid WeinsteinDennis BrandDiego ZeiterGuillaume NoletIvan DeyraJonas MackoffKaren SarkisyanMichael TureniecPatrick LeonardWill Givens

Andras Nemeth Eliminated in 7th Place ($43,925)

DegenOnTour • Level 25: 25,000-50,000, 50,000 ante
Andras Nemeth
Andras Nemeth

Hand #42: Andras Nemeth raised from middle position to 110,000 and it was David Gonzalez who three-bet to 300,000. Andras Nemeth announced all in as soon as it folded back to him and he put his stack of 1,145,000 in the middle. Gonzalez thought about it for a minute before calling.

Andras Nemeth: {9-Spades}{9-Diamonds}
David Gonzalez: {a-Clubs}{k-Clubs}

The {j-Clubs}{6-Clubs}{2-Diamonds} gave Gonzalez a ton more outs and Nemeth was drawing to just one after the {k-Hearts} on the turn. The {10-Spades} was the nail in his coffin and he was sent to the rail in 7th place cashing for $43,925.

The clock has been paused with 15:45 left in level 25 and the players are about to bag up for Day 4.

David Gonzalez us
David Gonzalez
us 4,295,000 1,295,000
Guillaume Nolet ca
Guillaume Nolet
ca 3,960,000 60,000
Ivan Deyra fr
Ivan Deyra
fr 1,975,000 -525,000
David Dibernardi us
David Dibernardi
us 1,365,000 -35,000
Patrick Leonard gb
Patrick Leonard
gb 1,320,000 -180,000
David Weinstein us
David Weinstein
us 515,000 -235,000
Andras Nemeth hu
Andras Nemeth
hu Busted

Tags: Andras NemethDavid Gonzalez

Hands #37-41: Nemeth Finds an Unlikely Double

AaronMcBride • Level 25: 25,000-50,000, 50,000 ante

Hand #37: David Gonzalez raised to 125,000 from under the gun and Guillaume Nolet three-bet to 390,000 from the next seat. The action folded back around to Gonzalez, and he folded.

Hand #38: Andras Nemeth raised from the cutoff and won the pot.

Hand #39: Gonzalez called in the small blind, and Nolet checked. The flop fell {5-Hearts}{j-Hearts}{9-Clubs}, and Nolet called a bet from Gonzalez. The {10-Diamonds} hit the turn, and both players checked. The {8-Diamonds} appeared on the river, and Gonzalez bet 125,000. Nolet raised to 290,000 and Gonzalez folded.

Hand #40: Gonzalez called on the button, as did Nolet in the small blind and David Weinstein checked his option in the big blind. The flop fell {10-Clubs}{6-Spades}{9-Hearts} and all three players checked. The {a-Clubs} hit the turn, and both opponents called Nolet's 50,000 bet. The {q-Spades} hit the river, and Nolet's 60,000 bet was called by only Weinstein, who revealed {q-Clubs}{7-Spades}. But it wasn't enough to win as Nolet tabled {a-Spades}{8-Clubs}.

Hand #41: David Dibernardi raised to 110,000 from middle position and called after Nemeth moved all in for 500,000.

Andras Nemeth: {7-Hearts}{7-Spades}
David Dibernardi: {j-Clubs}{j-Spades}

The board fell {9-Hearts}{a-Hearts}{2-Diamonds}{7-Clubs}{10-Hearts}, and Nemeth hit a set to double.

Guillaume Nolet ca
Guillaume Nolet
ca 3,900,000 700,000
David Gonzalez us
David Gonzalez
us 3,000,000 -600,000
David Dibernardi us
David Dibernardi
us 1,400,000 -200,000
Andras Nemeth hu
Andras Nemeth
hu 1,100,000 600,000

Tags: Andras NemethDavid DibernardiDavid GonzalezDavid WeinsteinGuillaume Nolet

Hands #32-36: The Limping Has Started

DegenOnTour • Level 25: 25,000-50,000, 50,000 ante

Hand #32: Guillaume Nolet received a walk and he then opened up {q-Spades}{q-Diamonds}.

Hand #33: Nolet called from the small blind but he folded when David Weinstein pushed all in.

Hand #34: Nolet (button) and Leonard (big blind) saw a flop of {8-Spades}{7-Hearts}{5-Spades} appear on the board. They both checked and the {6-Hearts} turn was dealt. Leonard check-called a bet of 80,000 to see the {5-Diamonds} river and he then check-called another bet of 290,000 on the river.

Nolet showed {a-Diamonds}{9-Hearts}.

Hand #35: Leonard limped from the small blind and big blind Ivan Deyra checked. The flop fell {a-Spades}{a-Clubs}{q-Clubs} and Leonard took it down with a continuation-bet of 50,000

Hand #36: Andras Nemeth raised to 110,000 from early position and big blind David Dibernard called. The flop fell {10-Hearts}{7-Hearts}{7-Clubs} and Dibernard checked. Nemeth continued with a bet of 75,000 but he was check-raised by Dibernard to 250,000. Nemeth folded.

Guillaume Nolet ca
Guillaume Nolet
ca 3,200,000 700,000
Patrick Leonard gb
Patrick Leonard
gb 1,500,000 -375,000
David Weinstein us
David Weinstein
us 750,000
Andras Nemeth hu
Andras Nemeth
hu 500,000 -190,000

Tags: Andras NemethDavid WeinsteinGuillaume NoletIvan Deyra

Hands #27-31: Nemeth Drops Down

AaronMcBride • Level 25: 25,000-50,000, 50,000 ante

Hand #27: Andras Nemeth raised to 110,000 from the hijack, and David Gonzalez called from the cutoff, as did Patrick Leonard in the big blind. The flop fell {5-Clubs}{a-Spades}{9-Spades}, and Nemeth continued for 175,000, which only Gonzalez called. The {k-Hearts} hit the turn, and both players checked, with the {10-Clubs} revealed on the river. Nemeth bet 375,000 and Gonzalez called. Nemeth revealed {j-Clubs}{8-Clubs}, and Gonzalez won with {a-Hearts}{3-Hearts}.

Hand #28: Nemeth raised to 110,000 from middle position, and Ivan Deyra called from the big blind. The flop fell {k-Clubs}{5-Clubs}{2-Diamonds}, and Nemeth bet 75,000 after Deyra called. The Frenchman then went into the tank for 90 seconds before he raised to 205,000 and Nemeth called. The action went check-check on the {a-Hearts} turn, and Deyra went into the tank again on the {k-Spades} river before he bet 185,000. Nemeth called and mucked after Deyra revealed {a-Clubs}{8-Clubs} for two pair.

Hand #29: Deyra called in the small blind, and David Dibernardi raised to 175,000 from the big blind, which Deyra called. The flop fell {6-Spades}{j-Spades}{3-Hearts}, and Deyra check-folded to a 155,000 bet from Dibernardi.

Hand #30: Guillaume Nolet raised to 110,000 from early position and won the pot.

Hand #31: Patrick Leonard raised to 115,000 from the hijack and won the pot.

David Gonzalez us
David Gonzalez
us 3,600,000 750,000
Ivan Deyra fr
Ivan Deyra
fr 2,500,000 650,000
Andras Nemeth hu
Andras Nemeth
hu 690,000 -1,260,000

Tags: Andras NemethDavid DibernardiDavid GonzalezGuillaume NoletIvan DeyraPatrick Leonard

Level:
25
Blinds:
25,000/50,000
Ante:
50,000

Break

DegenOnTour • Level 24: 20,000-40,000, 40,000 ante

The players were sent on a fifteen-minute break. They will continue to play down to the final 6 players.

Hands #22-26: Leonard Misses Out on Two Bust Outs

DegenOnTour • Level 24: 20,000-40,000, 40,000 ante

Hand #22: Andras Nemeth raised under the gun to 90,000 and he was called by David Gonzalez from early position. The flop fell {10-Spades}{10-Hearts}{5-Hearts} and Nemeth continued with a bet of 80,000. He was called by Gonzalez and they saw the {a-Spades} turn. Nemeth gave up and check-folded to a bet of 175,000.

Hand #23: David Dibernardi limped from the small blind and Nemeth checked his option. They saw the {10-Hearts}{5-Clubs}{4-Diamonds} flop Dibernardi led with a bet of 45,000 and Nemeth called.

The turn was the {8-Hearts} and both players checked. Nemeth called a 135,000 bet on the {a-Hearts} river and Dibernardi showed {a-Spades}{a-Clubs} and he took the pot down.

Hand #24: Nemeth raised to 140,000 from the small blind and Gonzalez folded in the big blind.

Hand #25: David Weinstein raised all in for 730,000 from the under-the-gun position and the others all folded.

Hand #26: Patrick Leonard raised under the gun to 90,000 and Dibernardi called from the hijack. Guillaume Nolet three-bet to 445,000 and Leonard got out of the way after a minute. Dibernardi announced all in and Nolet called.

Nolet tabled {k-Hearts}{k-Diamonds} and Dibernardi had {k-Spades}{k-Clubs} and Leonard said he folded an ace and he didn't want to see an ace on the board.

The board ran out {a-Spades}{q-Hearts}{5-Diamonds}{4-Spades}{10-Clubs} and Leonard could have eliminated an opponent but the seven players continue.

David Gonzalez us
David Gonzalez
us 2,850,000 50,000
Guillaume Nolet ca
Guillaume Nolet
ca 2,500,000 100,000
Andras Nemeth hu
Andras Nemeth
hu 1,950,000 -750,000
Patrick Leonard gb
Patrick Leonard
gb 1,875,000 -25,000
Ivan Deyra fr
Ivan Deyra
fr 1,850,000 25,000
David Dibernardi us
David Dibernardi
us 1,600,000 80,000
David Weinstein us
David Weinstein
us 750,000 50,000

Tags: Andras NemethDavid DibernardiDavid GonzalezDavid WeinsteinGuillaume NoletPatrick Leonard

Hands #17-21: Nemeth vs. Leonard Once More

AaronMcBride • Level 24: 20,000-40,000, 40,000 ante

Hand #17: David Weinstein moved all in for 810,000 from middle position and won the pot.

Hand #18: David Gonzalez called in the small blind. Guillaume Nolet raised to 160,000 from the big blind and Gonzalez folded.

Hand #19: Patrick Leonard raised to 85,000 from under the gun and won the pot.

Hand #20: Nolet raised to 100,000 from the button and Weinstein called in the small blind. The flop fell {2-Spades}{7-Clubs}{7-Diamonds}, and Weinstein check-folded to an 80,000 bet from Nolet.

Hand #21: Andras Nemeth raised to 90,000 from middle position, and Patrick Leonard called in the small blind. The flop fell {5-Clubs}{k-Spades}{9-Diamonds}, and Leonard check-called a 125,000 continuation bet. Both players checked after the {4-Clubs} hit the turn, and again to showdown after the {10-Spades} appeared on the river.

Leonard revealed {a-Spades}{q-Diamonds}, and Nemeth won the pot with {10-Diamonds}{8-Diamonds}.

Andras Nemeth hu
Andras Nemeth
hu 2,700,000 1,000,000
Patrick Leonard gb
Patrick Leonard
gb 1,900,000 -400,000

Tags: Andras NemethDavid GonzalezDavid WeinsteinGuillaume NoletPatrick Leonard