Event #33: $800 Eight-Handed No-Limit Hold'em Deepstack
Days:
12

Event Info

Buy-in $800
Prize Pool $1,955,712
Players 2,778

Level Info

Level 43
Blinds 1,500,000 / 3,000,000
Ante 3,000,000

Players Info - Day 2

Players Left 1
Level:
36
Blinds:
300,000/600,000
Ante:
600,000

Steinbach Gets Short

ajlamers • Level 35: 250,000-500,000, 500,000 ante

Kris Steinbach opened to 1,200,000 in early position and was called by Alex Outhred in the big blind. The flop came {8-Spades}{8-Diamonds}{7-Clubs} and Outhred checked to Steinbach who continued for 1,100,000. Outhred called and the {6-Spades} landed on the turn.

Outhred led out this time by shoving all in for 6,750,000. Steinbach only had just over 5,000,000 remaining and went into the tank for a couple of minutes before dumping his cards to the muck.

Alex Outhred us
Alex Outhred
us 11,550,000 2,150,000
Kris Steinbach CA
Kris Steinbach
CA 5,125,000 -2,275,000

Tags: Alex OuthredKris Steinbach

One For Hou, Two For Guimond

NicholasBaltz • Level 35: 250,000-500,000, 500,000 ante
Florian Guimond
Florian Guimond

Donald Maloney raised to 1,000,000 and Jorge Hou three-bet to 3,500,000 to win the pot.

Florian Guimond raised to 1,250,000 and took down the blinds.

Guimond opened again to 1,250,000 and Donald Maloney called from the big blind.

The flop came {9-Diamonds}{6-Spades}{q-Diamonds} and both players checked to the {5-Hearts} turn. Maloney led for 1,000,000 and Guimond called.

On the river {9-Spades}, Maloney checked, Guimond bet 3,200,000 and Maloney called.

Guimond turned over {k-Clubs}{9-Clubs} for trip nines and he took down the pot.

Florian Guimond fr
Florian Guimond
fr 24,300,000 8,800,000
Jorge Hou pa
Jorge Hou
pa 18,100,000 2,200,000
Donald Maloney us
Donald Maloney
us 4,300,000 -3,050,000

Tags: Donald MaloneyFlorian GuimondJorge Hou

Final Table Redraw

ajlamers • Level 35: 250,000-500,000, 500,000 ante
SeatPlayerChip CountBig Blinds
1Jorge Hou15,900,00032
2Kris Steinbach7,400,00015
3Florian Guimond15,500,00031
4Donald Maloney7,350,00015
5Ran Ilani23,800,00048
6Oleg Titov9,600,00019
7Cody Brinn12,100,00024
8Ran Koller8,750,00018
9Alex Outhred9,400,00019
Ran Ilani il
Ran Ilani
il 23,800,000 400,000
Jorge Hou pa
Jorge Hou
pa 15,900,000 -1,200,000
Florian Guimond fr
Florian Guimond
fr 15,500,000 -1,900,000
Cody Brinn us
Cody Brinn
us 12,100,000 7,700,000
Oleg Titov ru
Oleg Titov
ru 9,600,000
Alex Outhred us
Alex Outhred
us 9,400,000 -960,000
Ran Koller il
Ran Koller
il 8,750,000 -2,750,000
Kris Steinbach CA
Kris Steinbach
CA 7,400,000 -1,050,000
Donald Maloney us
Donald Maloney
us 7,350,000 -1,590,000

Steinbach Holds With Queens

NicholasBaltz • Level 35: 250,000-500,000, 500,000 ante
Kris Steinbach
Kris Steinbach

Florian Guimond raised to 1,000,000 from early position and Kris Steinbach shoved for 3,600,000 total. Guimond called and Steinbach was at risk.

Kris Steinbach: {q-Spades}{q-Clubs}
Florian Guimond: {a-Spades}{3-Spades}

The board came {9-Clubs}{9-Spades}{6-Hearts}{7-Spades}{k-Diamonds} and Steinbach doubled.

Florian Guimond fr
Florian Guimond
fr 17,400,000 -3,600,000
Kris Steinbach CA
Kris Steinbach
CA 8,450,000 2,800,000

Tags: Florian GuimondKris Steinbach

Level:
35
Blinds:
250,000/500,000
Ante:
500,000

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tayke2 • Level 34: 200,000-400,000, 400,000 ante
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Dinner Break

ajlamers • Level 34: 200,000-400,000, 400,000 ante

The 10 remaining players are now heading on a 60-minute dinner break.