Live Events 2
$3,500 NLH Championship
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Highlights

Highlights

$3,500 NLH Championship
Day 1b Completed

Leonardo Patacconi Bags Top Stack After Day 1b of Wynn Fall Classic $3,500 NLH Championship

AnthonyThompson • Level 15: 3,000-5,000, 5,000 ante
Leonardo Patacconi
Leonardo Patacconi

The highly-anticipated Wynn Fall Classic $3,500 Championship continued on Saturday with the second of three starting flights. Day 1b attracted 554 runners, which along with 1a’s 341 brought the current field up to 895 entries with Sunday’s Day 1c still to go.

After 15 levels of play, 101 players remained with Italian Leonardo Patacconi (500,000) leading the pack.

Ryan Remington (445,000), closed out the night strong after winning a late race while Michael Rossitto, Alfred Husary, Patrick Eskandar all bagged the same amount (443,000).

They were joined by players like Nikolaos Platis (442,000), Ali Imsirovic (403,000), Ian O'Hara (390,000), Joao Paulo Simao, (221,000), Adrian Mateos (121,000), 2020 WSOP Main Event champ Damian Salas (115,000), and Alex Foxen (97,000).

Among those to fall on Day 1b were Tony Miles, Nadya Magnus, Jamie Kerstetter, two-time bracelet winners Daniel Lazrus, and Eric Baldwin. More notables who were eliminated included Brock Wilson and three-time WSOP Bracelet winner Tony Dunst.

Dunst and others have one last chance to try again as Day 1c will take place at noon local time on Sunday. PokerNews will be on-site to capture all the action throughout the three-day-long tournament, so be sure to tune in all weekend long into next week.

Tags: Adrian MateosAlex FoxenAlfred HusaryAli ImsirovicBrock WilsonDamian SalasDaniel LazrusEric BaldwinNadya MagnusPatrick EskandarRyan RemingtonTony DunstTony Miles

End of Day 1b Chip Counts (full)

AnthonyThompson • Level 15: 3,000-5,000, 5,000 ante
Leonardo Patacconi it
Leonardo Patacconi
it 500,000 100,000
Spencer Champlin us
Spencer Champlin
us 466,000 466,000
Nikolaos Platis us
Nikolaos Platis
us 446,000 28,000
Ryan Remington us
Ryan Remington
us 445,000 40,000
Alfred Husary US
Alfred Husary
US 443,000 58,000
Patrick Eskandar us
Patrick Eskandar
us 443,000 443,000
Michael Rossitto us
Michael Rossitto
us 443,000 23,000
Gianluca Petrone it
Gianluca Petrone
it 404,000
Ali Imsirovic ba
Ali Imsirovic
ba 403,000 -7,000
Lander Lijo es
Lander Lijo
es 395,000
Christopher Basile us
Christopher Basile
us 395,000
Ian O'Hara us
Ian O'Hara
us 390,000 110,000
Chad Wassmuth us
Chad Wassmuth
us 390,000
Andrew Kagan
Andrew Kagan
377,000
Keith Morrow us
Keith Morrow
us 375,000
Valentyn Shabelnyk ua
Valentyn Shabelnyk
ua 349,000
Julian Menhardt at
Julian Menhardt
Winamax Red Diamond
at 341,000
Domenico Gala it
Domenico Gala
it 338,000
Stephen Decker
Stephen Decker
332,000
Moshe Tarich
Moshe Tarich
315,000
Mike Lang us
Mike Lang
us 314,000
Carlos Saturno
Carlos Saturno
300,000
Daniel Maor us
Daniel Maor
us 299,000
Vlad Darie ro
Vlad Darie
ro 298,000
Timothy Bishop us
Timothy Bishop
us 294,000 294,000

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Coleman Falls After Jamming Into Husary's Cowboys

AnthonyThompson • Level 15: 3,000-5,000, 5,000 ante
Alfred Husary
Alfred Husary

A series of preflop raises saw David Coleman get his 160,000 stack in the middle and Alfred Husary called from the cutoff.

David Coleman: {a-Spades}{k-Diamonds}
Alfred Husary: {k-Spades}{k-Hearts}

Coleman didn't like what he saw after the cards were tabled and for good reason as the {4-Clubs}{j-Hearts}{6-Hearts}{j-Clubs}{5-Clubs} runout ended his tournament just before the final six hands were announced.

Alfred Husary US
Alfred Husary
US 385,000
David Coleman us
David Coleman
us Busted

Tags: David ColemanAlfred Husary

Final Six Hands

AnthonyThompson • Level 15: 3,000-5,000, 5,000 ante

The tournament director has just announced the final six hands of the evening.

Liu Sends One to the Rail

NicholasBaltz • Level 15: 3,000-5,000, 5,000 ante
Qing Liu
Qing Liu

On the flop {8-Diamonds}{2-Spades}{2-Diamonds} a player bet 10,000 and Qing Liu made it 25,000.

His opponent called to see the {10-Spades} turn and Liu stuck out a stack worth 90,000.

The player called and saw the bad news as Liu showed {8-Clubs}{8-Hearts} for a full house. The player at risk was drawing dead with {k-Spades}{q-Spades} and Liu dragged the pot.

Qing Liu us
Qing Liu
us 280,000 -20,000

Tags: Qing Liu

Remington Wins Battle of the Blinds, Doubles Through Foxen Late

AnthonyThompson • Level 15: 3,000-5,000, 5,000 ante
Ryan Remington
Ryan Remington

Action folded to Ryan Remington who raised from the small blind only to have Alex Foxen three-bet to 40,000 from the big blind.

Remington fired back with a 100,000 four-bet and then called off his 202,000 stack after Foxen five-bet jammed.

Ryan Remington: {a-Clubs}{k-Spades}
Alex Foxen: {4-Spades}{4-Clubs}

Foxen was ahead with his made hand until an ace appeared in the window on the {j-Spades}{2-Hearts}{a-Diamonds} flop.

The {2-Diamonds} turn didn't change a thing and the {k-Hearts} river secured Remington his double-up.

Ryan Remington us
Ryan Remington
us 405,000 275,000
Alex Foxen us
Alex Foxen
us 70,000 -310,000

Tags: Alex FoxenRyan Remington

Some Late Night Counts

AnthonyThompson • Level 15: 3,000-5,000, 5,000 ante
Nikolaos Platis us
Nikolaos Platis
us 418,000 418,000
Kiyoto Burke us
Kiyoto Burke
us 401,000 1,000
Leonardo Patacconi it
Leonardo Patacconi
it 400,000
Chris Basile US
Chris Basile
US 397,000 7,000
Ian O'Hara us
Ian O'Hara
us 280,000 100,000
Aram Zobian us
Aram Zobian
us 256,000 100,000
Stefan Fabian ro
Stefan Fabian
ro 250,000 120,000
Joao Paulo Simao br
Joao Paulo Simao
br 140,000 18,000
Steven Forman us
Steven Forman
us 115,000 31,000
Damian Salas ar
Damian Salas
ar 105,000 -20,000
Tommy Tran US
Tommy Tran
US 105,000 -247,500
Thomas Boivin be
Thomas Boivin
be 100,000 -50,000
Christopher Oneil us
Christopher Oneil
us 75,000 -50,000
Justin Saliba us
Justin Saliba
us 60,000 -75,000