Live Events 1
Event #51: $3,000 6-Handed No-Limit Hold'em
Days:
12

Highlights

Highlights

Event #51: $3,000 6-Handed No-Limit Hold'em
Day 1 Completed

Jun Obara Bags Top Stack After Day 1 of Event #51: $3,000 No-Limit Hold'em 6-Handed

AnthonyThompson • Level 21: 10,000-25,000, 25,000 ante
Jun Obara
Jun Obara

Day 1 of Event #51: $3,000 No-Limit Hold’em 6-Handed is in the books after 21 levels of play. The event attracted a massive field of 997 poker enthusiasts but only 41 of them were able to find a bag for Day 2.

The Amazon room was packed with many notables and at the end of the day, it was Jun Obara who bagged the chip lead with an impressive stack of 3,010,000, the only stack above the 3 million mark.

Following behind Obara was Rostyslav Sabishchenko (2,020,000), Tuan Phan (2,000,000), John Gallaher (1,700,000), and Brian Rast (1,665,000).

Event #51: $3,000 6-Handed NLHE Day 1 Top 10 Chip Counts

RANKPLAYERCountryCHIP COUNTBig Blinds
1Jun ObaraJapan3,010,000100
2Rostyslav SabishchenkoUkraine2,020,00067
3Tuan PhanUnited States2,000,00067
4John GallaherUnited States1,700,00057
5Brian RastUnited States1,665,00056
6Uri ReichensteinIsrael1,660,00055
7Jon VallinasSpain1,655,00055
8Matthew SchwaglerUnited States1,475,00049
9Lachezar PetkovBulgaria1,415,00047
10Manig LoeserGermany1,375,00046

Other notables who made a Day 2 birth include Chad Norton (1,090,000). Norton, who just won his first WSOP bracelet in Event #46: $800 No-Limit Hold'em Deepstack, will look to go for gold in back-to-back events in his first two WSOP live events, Alex Kulev (1,055,000), as well WSOP bracelet winners Manig Loeser (1,375,000), Sejin Park (920,000), and Alan Sternberg (505,000).

The remaining 42 players have all locked up at least $10,803, but everyone will have their eyes on the top prize of $474,102 and the prestigious WSOP gold bracelet.

Event #51: $3,000 6-Handed No-Limit Hold'em Remaining Payouts

PositionPrize
1$474,102
2$293,102
3$201,913
4$141,478
5$100,827
6$73,107
7$53,946
8-9$40,525
10-12$31,002
13-18$24,160
19-24$19,187
25-30$15,534
31-36$12,826
37-42$10,803

The remaining players will return to the Amazon Room on Wednesday, October 27th at 2 p.m. local time to continue to battle it out. Action resumes at Level 22, which features blinds of 15,000/30,000/30,000 and play will conclude when a champion is crowned.

Tags: Alan SternbergChad NortonJun ObaraLachezar PetkovManig LoeserSejin Park

Day 2 Seat Draw

Jaxon • Level 21: 10,000-25,000, 25,000 ante
ROOMTABLESEATPlayerCountryChipsBig Blinds
Amazon4021Lachezar PetkovBulgaria1,415,00047
Amazon4022Matthew SchwaglerUnited States1,475,00049
Amazon4024Fred LopezUnited States205,0007
Amazon4025Nino UllmanGermany255,0009
Amazon4026Steve RosenUnited States600,00020
       
Amazon4031Brian RastUnited States1,665,00056
Amazon4032Tuan PhanUnited States2,000,00067
Amazon4033Avraham AzulayUnited States800,00027
Amazon4034Rostyslav SabishchenkoUkraine2,020,00067
Amazon4035Chad NortonUnited States1,090,00036
Amazon4036Manig LoeserGermany1,375,00046
       
Amazon4041Christopher AndlerSweden1,020,00034
Amazon4042Uri ReichensteinIsrael1,660,00055
Amazon4043Mark SoikUnited States235,0008
Amazon4044Matas CimbolasLithuania320,00011
Amazon4045Klemens RoiterAustria400,00013
Amazon4046Jon VallinasSpain1,655,00055
       
Amazon4091Simon MattssonSweden545,00018
Amazon4092Alex KulevIreland1,055,00035
Amazon4093John RacenerUnited States635,00021
Amazon4094Sejin ParkSouth Korea920,00031
Amazon4095Troy DonaldsonUnited States1,035,00035
Amazon4096Sebastien GraxFrance755,00025
       
Amazon4101Shai ZurrIsrael300,00010
Amazon4102Christian HarderUnited States1,020,00034
Amazon4103Johnathan HolsonbackUnited States590,00020
Amazon4104Georgios SotiropoulosGreece770,00026
Amazon4105Yueqi ZhuUnited States175,0006
Amazon4106Nick YunisUnited States790,00026
       
Amazon4111Jonas MackoffCanada595,00020
Amazon4112Sylvain LoosliFrance1,090,00036
Amazon4113Alan SternbergUnited States505,00017
Amazon4114Krishna VitaldevaraUnited States950,00032
Amazon4115Dashiell ShapiroUnited States850,00028
Amazon4116John GallaherUnited States1,700,00057
       
Amazon4121Faizal KhojaUnited States205,0007
Amazon4122Jun ObaraJapan3,010,000100
Amazon4123Romain LewisFrance1,335,00045
Amazon4124Francisco BenitezUruguay320,00011
Amazon4125Radoslav StoyanovBulgaria680,00023
Amazon4126Corey WadeUnited States820,00027

End of Day 1 Chip Counts (full)

Jaxon • Level 21: 10,000-25,000, 25,000 ante
Jun Obara jp
Jun Obara
jp 3,010,000
Rostyslav Sabishchenko ua
Rostyslav Sabishchenko
ua 2,020,000
Tuan Phan us
Tuan Phan
us 2,000,000
John Gallaher us
John Gallaher
us 1,700,000 600,000
Brian Rast us
Brian Rast
us 1,665,000 1,155,000
Uri Reichenstein il
Uri Reichenstein
il 1,660,000 460,000
Jon Vallinas es
Jon Vallinas
es 1,655,000 1,655,000
Matthew Schwagler us
Matthew Schwagler
us 1,475,000 275,000
Lachezar Petkov bg
Lachezar Petkov
bg 1,415,000
Manig Loeser de
Manig Loeser
de 1,375,000 275,000
Romain Lewis fr
Romain Lewis
Winamax Team Pro
fr 1,335,000 435,000
Sylvain Loosli fr
Sylvain Loosli
fr 1,090,000 1,090,000
Chad Norton us
Chad Norton
us 1,090,000
Alex Kulev bg
Alex Kulev
bg 1,055,000
Troy Donaldson us
Troy Donaldson
us 1,035,000 1,035,000
Christian Harder us
Christian Harder
us 1,020,000 1,020,000
Christopher Andler se
Christopher Andler
se 1,020,000 1,020,000
Krishna Vitaldevara US
Krishna Vitaldevara
US 950,000 950,000
Sejin Park kr
Sejin Park
kr 920,000
Dashiell Shapiro US
Dashiell Shapiro
US 850,000 850,000
Corey Wade us
Corey Wade
us 820,000 40,000
Avraham Azulay us
Avraham Azulay
us 800,000 405,000
Nick Yunis cl
Nick Yunis
cl 790,000 790,000
Georgios Sotiropoulos gr
Georgios Sotiropoulos
gr 770,000 770,000
Sebastien Grax fr
Sebastien Grax
fr 755,000 755,000

Read full

Ilani Set Up by Schwagler for KO

AnthonyThompson • Level 21: 10,000-25,000, 25,000 ante
Ran Ilani
Ran Ilani

Matthew Schwagler raised from the cutoff and then four-bet jammed for 745,000 after Ran Ilani three-bet to 95,000 from the small blind.

Ilani looked back down at his cards and quickly called off his 500,000 stack.

Ran Ilani: {q-Hearts}{q-Diamonds}
Matthew Schwagler: {9-Spades}{9-Diamonds}

Ilani liked what he saw after the cards were tabled until a nine appeared in the window on the {4-Clubs}{a-Clubs}{9-Hearts} flop.

The {4-Hearts} paired the board on the turn and Ilani needed a lady on the river to stay alive.

Unfortunately for him, the {k-Diamonds} completed the board and ended his tournament.

Matthew Schwagler us
Matthew Schwagler
us 1,200,000 400,000
Ran Ilani il
Ran Ilani
il Busted

Tags: Ran IlaniMatthew Schwagler

Final Two Hands

Tboss • Level 21: 10,000-25,000, 25,000 ante

The tournament director has instructed the dealers to deal two more hands before bagging for Day 2.

Set of Ladies for Gallaher

connorrichards • Level 21: 10,000-25,000, 25,000 ante

John Gallaher was in the big blind and flat-called a raise from a player in middle position.

The flop of {q-Clubs}{10-Hearts}{k-Spades} checked through and Gallaher led out with a bet of 75,000 on the {2-Diamonds} turn. His opponent called.

Gallaher fired out a bet of 155,000 on the {7-Clubs} river and his opponent called. Gallaher showed {q-Spades}{q-Hearts} for a set and his opponent claimed that he had a good two pair.

"It's a good thing I'm a nit," the opponent said.

John Gallaher us
John Gallaher
us 1,100,000 99,975

Tags: John Gallaher

No Chill for Reichenstein

Tboss • Level 21: 10,000-25,000, 25,000 ante

The action folded around to the small blind who limped in before Uri Reichenstein raised to 80,000 and the small blind came along.

On the {a-Diamonds}{a-Spades}{8-Hearts} flop, the small blind check called a bet of 45,000 from Reichenstein.

The tun was the {4-Hearts} and after the small blind checked, Reichenstein was in no mood to slow down as he fired out 100,000. The small blind thought it over for a few seconds and let his hand go.

"That wouldn't have ended well for you," Said Reichenstein.

Uri Reichenstein il
Uri Reichenstein
il 1,200,000 100,000

Tags: Uri Reichenstein

Level:
21
Blinds:
10,000/25,000
Ante:
25,000