Tuesday, September 19, 2017

31, 11, 3


There's 31 left in the $365 Horse, 11 left in the $135 nightly and 3 from the money in the $365 Monster Stack.

That's your WSOP Circuit Up to the Minute

Back to Andy and JohnQ in the booth ...

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Hows About Some Chipcounts


Monster Stack players are back from break, 12 from the money, and Al Sanchez leads the way, with Ryan Reilley close behind.

I have a really good photo of Ryan, but my camera's cord is fried and I can't download the photo on to my laptop to publish it ....

Anyway, here's some counts I grabbed before players made it back from break

430,000 - Al Sanchez
365,000 - Ryan Reilley
255,000 - Daniel Evans
227,000 - Brett Murray
200,000 - Nabil Zumout
140,000 - Don Deeds
130,000 - Mario Lopez
125,000 - Hieu Le
110,000 - Joe Kenney
100,000 - Andrew Barber
53,000 - Chad Vitale

Level - 19
Blinds - 3k/6k
Antes - 1k
Remaining - 45/309

Play 3 More


@WSOP Monster Stack players are on their final 15-minute break of the night. Levels move now to 45 minutes long for the last three levels tonight and all of tomorrow in the $365 Monster Stack.

Play wraps up tonight at the end of Level 21 at about Midnight. Remaining players Bag-'n-Tag to come back Wednesday at Noon and play down to a Ring Winner.

With 33 cashing and 45 remaining, there's a pretty good chance everyone coming back is already going to be in the money. Players CAN tighten up, but it seems unlikely to only lose a player every 8-9 minutes at this point.

When play resumes, action is at

Level - 19
Blinds - 3k/6k
Antes - 1k
Remaining - 45/309

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Barber Gets One Through


There's an open to 14,000 in the Monster Stack, a call from Don Deeds, then Andrew Barber moves all in for 65,000. The initial raiser folds, Deeds shows that player he is holding pocket Fives, and he mucks.

Barber adds 50 percent to his stack without seeing the flop.

Andrew Barber - 100,000

Monster Stack Level - 18
Blinds - 2500/5k
Antes - 500
Remaining - 45/309

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$7,140 for @WSOP Circuit HORSE Champ


Registration has closed on Event 8 in the WSOP Circuit Series - $365 HORSE - and the board shows 68 entries. Seven players are cashing tonight, with $7,140 and a Circuit Ring to the champ

Here are all the payouts.

6/19/17
Event 8 - $365 HORSE
68 Entries
$20,400 Prize Pool
7 Places Paid

1 $7,140
2 $4,412
3 $2,926
4 $2,071
5 $1,559
6 $1,224
7 $1,048

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Monster Stack Chipcounts


Here's a look at some of the chipstacks around the Monster Stack Circuit Ring event (before the updates team heads off for dinner). Play continues tonight the end of Level 21. Players bag-n-tag and come back Sunday at noon

330,000 - Al Sanchez
225,000 - Rielley
125,000 - Cary Marshall
115,000 - Andrew Barber
95,000 - Hieu Le
90,000 - Joe Kenney
80,000 - Chad Vitale
75,000 - Ed Miller
70,000 - Brett Murray
60,000 - Steven Geralis
60,000 - Daniel Evans
56,000 - Jeff Spruitenberg 
48,000 - Mario Lopez
45,000 - Don Deeds
26,000 - Greg Armand
25,000 - Babe Prescott

Level - 15
Blinds - 1200/2400
Antes - 400
Remaining - 90/309

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Deeds Gets Evans


There's a minraise, then Don Deeds moves all in for his last 13BB in the Monster Stack, with Rickey Evans undershoving for his last 12BB. Everyone gets out of the way and face-up go the cards.

Deeds -  qc Kc
Evans - Kc Kc

The K-T-9 flop gives Deeds a gutter, he completes it with the J turn to eliminate Evans and move to 50,000

Monster Stack Level - 14
Blinds - 1k/2k
Antes - 300
Remaining - 108/309

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