Day 1 Completed
|Blinds||120,000 / 240,000|
Day 1 Completed
Nipun "Javatinii" Java Clicks His Way to Victory in Event #71: $1,000 WSOP.com Online No-Limit Hold’em for $237,668
It didn’t take Nipun "Javatinii" Java days to win a World Series of Poker gold bracelet. No, it only took them a little more than half a day. Java took on a field of 951 players and emerged victorious after just 14 and a half hours. For his victory, he won $237,668 as well as a World Series of Poker gold bracelet.
It was with 20 players left that Java first made it onto the radar. He picked off a bluff from “topkoks” who was running extremely hot at the time, eliminating three players in the span of 20 minutes. Java made a call with just top pair to pick off “topkoks” all-in bluff shove on the river to become the chip leader with 20 left. From there it was easy riding for Java to make the final table.
Java exchanged the chip lead several times with “WhyTry” who ended up finishing in 11th place for $13,211. In one hand, Java flopped a full house and was able to get tons of value out of “WhyTry” to put a stranglehold on the top position. Java then eliminated “AznBlazer469” in 10th place to come to the final table in second place just behind Jason "jadedjason" James who eventually finished 2nd.
Java stayed mostly quiet for the final table, picking good spots and waiting to have the goods to get it in. He eliminated Sean "Hurricane27" Legendre in 7th place in a cooler spot where Legendre had kings and “Javatinii” was holding aces. Again, during four-handed play, Java called a shove from Evan "YUDUUUUUUUUU" Jarvis, when Java was holding kings and Jarvis was only holding nine-ten off. Java held up and took the chip lead with just three players left.
Heads-up play lasted for a while with James doubling up first by winning a coin flip with pocket eights against Java’s ace-ten, but Java doubled right back with ace five against James' pocket queens after an ace hit the turn. The end of it all came when Java flopped two pair against James's flush and straight draws. The turn and river bricked out and Nipun "Javatinii" Java was able to take down the tournament and the $237,668 first prize.
|1||Nipun "Javatinii" Java||United States||$237,668|
|2||Jason "jadedjason" James||Canada||$146,202|
|3||Richard "jklolz" Tuhrin||United States||$103,326|
|4||Evan "YUDUUUUUUUUU" Jarvis||Canada||$73,911|
|5||Vinny "Mr_Sinister" Pahuja||United States||$53,595|
|6||Jeffrey "Jeffrey27rj" Turton||United States||$39,510|
|7||Sean "Hurricane27" Legendre||United States||$29,415|
|8||Steven "meditations" Enstine||United States||$22,185|
|9||Stanley "stanman420" Lee||United States||$17,075|
That wraps up Event #71: $1,000 WSOP.com Online No-Limit Hold’em but Saturday marks the beginning of Event #73: $10,000 No-Limit Hold'em Main Event - World Championship, and PokerNews will be here with coverage of it all, so don’t miss a thing.
On a flop of "Javatinii" opened with a raise to 400,000. "jadedjason" reraised to 1,200,000. "Javatinii" moved all in with a covering stack and "jadedjason" called for the rest.
The board completed with and that kept "Javatinii"'s two-pair in the lead to take down the tournament. "jadedjason" finished in second taking home $146,202 for his efforts.
|Nipun "Javatinii" Java||14,265,000||1,665,000|
|Jason "jadedjason" James||Busted|
"Javatinii" shoved all in over a raise of 560,000 from "jadedjason". "jadedjason" quickly called.
The board was and that gave "Javatinii" two-pair to double back into the lead.
|Nipun "Javatinii" Java||12,600,000||7,000,186|
|Jason "jadedjason" James||7,080,000||5,599,814|
After a raise to 560,000 from "Javatinii", "jadedjason" reraised, making it 1,445,000. "Javatinii" then moved all in with a covering stack. "jadedjason" called and the hands were turned up.
The board ran out and that kept "jadedjason" in the lead the whole way to double up.
|Jason "jadedjason" James||14,800,186||5,786,093|
|Nipun "Javatinii" Java||5,599,814||-5,066,093|
"jadedjason" moved all in from the small blind and after a quick dip in the tank "jklolz" called.
"jadedjason" was a bit behind but caught up in a big way on the flop. "jadedjason" stayed in the lead through the turn and the river and that meant "jklolz" was eliminated in 3rd place, collecting $103,326 for his efforts.
|Nipun "Javatinii" Java||10,665,907||472,800|
|Jason "jadedjason" James||9,014,093||3,726,212|
|Richard "jklolz" Tuhrin||Busted|
"jadedjason" limped on the button and "Javatinii" checked the option from the big blind.
On the flop, "Javatinii" checked to "jadedjason" who bet 240,000. "Javatinii" called.
The turn was the and both players checked. "Javatinii" checked again on the river, then called a bet of 480,000 from "jadedjason". "jadedjason" showed and that was good to take down the pot.
|Nipun "Javatinii" Java||10,193,107||-924,800|
|Jason "jadedjason" James||5,287,881||636,000|
|Nipun "Javatinii" Java||11,117,907||1,344,000|
|Jason "jadedjason" James||4,651,881||-3,946,144|
|Richard "jklolz" Tuhrin||3,502,212||956,000|
"YUDUUUUUUUUU" moved all in from under the gun and was quickly called by "Javatinii". Everyone else folded so the hands were turned up.
"YUDUUUUUUUUU" needed a lot of help but didn't find any. The board ran out and that would do it for "YUDUUUUUUUUU" who picked up $73,9111 for their fourth place finish.
|Nipun "Javatinii" Java||9,773,907||6,206,530|
|Evan "YUDUUUUUUUUU" Jarvis||Busted|