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2011 World Series of Poker

Event #10: $1,500 No-Limit Hold'em / Six Handed

Could it be Over for Grover?

Geffrey Klein has managed to double up to 510,000 through Sean Grover in one of the first hands of Day 3 of WSOP Event #10.

The action folded to Grover who raised preflop to 26,000 from the button; Klein shoved for 242,000 from the small blind, forcing Jeffrey Papola off his big blind before Grover snap-called with {A-Hearts}{Q-Hearts}.

Klein showed {A-Clubs}{8-Clubs} and both players managed to pair up on the flop of {A-Spades}{2-Hearts}{9-Diamonds}, but Klein was hopeful. "Suckout one time," he said under his breath.

Bink! Down came the {8-Spades} on the turn, and Klein's hand held when the {2-Clubs} bricked out on the river.

Geffrey Klein 510,000 274,000
Sean Grover 200,000 -292,000

Tags/etiquetas: Geffrey KleinSean Grover

Nivel21comenzado

Escrito 2011-06-08 21:34 GMT
Nivel:
21
Ciegas:
6000/12000
Ante:
2000

Day 3: Time to Find a Champion

Papola leading the way
Papola leading the way

Welcome back to PokerNews' coverage of Event #10: $1,500 No-Limit Hold'em / Six Handed here at the 2011 World Series of Poker. We've got a great final 15 here in this event including six-max superstar Jeff Papola, 2010 bracelet winner Ryan Welch, online superstar Ravi Raghavan, Event #4 fourth-place finisher Eddie Blumenthal and high roller Bryan Colin.

Papola will be the one topping the field in chips with 1.088 million, but Alexander Wice isn't too far off the pace with 1.013 million. No one else boasts seven figures, but that could all change shortly after the cards are in the air. Michael Hauptman will begin the day as the short stack, returning with just 139,000 in chips.

With 15 players left, everyone has locked up a minimum payday of $19,802. First place is well over half a million dollars at $544,388, so the pressure is on. One thing for certain is that this event plays much more aggressive than normal, being six-handed and all. So the fireworks will be going off all day long.

Day 3 Table and Seat Draw

TableSeatPlayerChips
2781Sean Grover236,000
2782--empty----empty--
2783Geffrey Klein236,000
2784Jeffrey Papola1,088,000
2785Anthony Spinella517,000
2786Joshua Mullen377,000
    
2841Efren Garcia511,000
2842--empty----empty--
2843Ryan Welch682,000
2844David Vamplew698,000
2845Alexander Wice1,013,000
2846George Jalkotzy849,000
    
2901Michael Hauptman139,000
2902Bryan Colin301,000
2903Eddie Blumenthal808,000
2904Darren Wong395,000
2905Ravi Raghavan592,000
2906--empty----empty--

Play is set to kick off at 2:30 PM PT here in the Rio. We're located in the Amazon Room in the Blue Section right now, but should move to the feature stage when we get down to one table. While you're waiting for this event to start, check out the June 8th update video from our very own Sarah Grant. Play will be underway shortly.

Tags/etiquetas: Jeff Papola

Día 3 empezado

Escrito 2011-06-08 21:06 GMT
Event #10: $1,500 No-Limit Hold'em / Six Handed
Día 3 empezado
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