PNW_WSOP_15 Summer Series Report for July 12

WSOP Event #68 $10K NLHE Main Event Day 5

Tai Nguyen was the last PNW player to get knocked out on Day 5, in a multi-way pot in the last hour of the day. Matt Jarvis and Jonas Mackoff (both BC) are the remaining PNW players among the 69 players moving to Day 6. Mackoff is in 28th place, with 3.035M. Jarvis is in 7th place, with 5.25M. Blinds to start the day will be 25K/50K with a 5K ante; despite a trend to younger players in recent years, the chip leader is 72-year-old Pierre Neuville, the Belgian former CEO of the Hasbro game company’s European operations.

Other PNW players who cashed on Day 5 were Tommy Hang, Vivek Rajkumar, Terik Brown, Cole Jackson, Shahriar Fahim, and Noah Merritt.

Play today should bring the field down to 27. Then Wednesday’s action will set the November Nine for the 2015 Main Event.

In the Money Finish PositionRank End of Day 4Rank End of Day 3PlayerStateChips End of Day 3Chips End of Day 4
22231Jonas MackoffBC331,0001,488,000
2817Matt JarvisBC803,0001,406.000
7633194Tai NguyenWA368,5001,324,000
132170330Noah MerrittWA238,500436,000
155179422Shahriar FahimWA178,000404,000
181?184Terik BrownWA382,000?
182211266Cole JacksonWA300,000260,000
197141131Vivek RajkumarWA465,000580,000
219188204Tommy HangWA355,000375,000
319496Tyler JacksonOR136,000
335219Lee MarkholtWA341,500
35295Gareth Struivig De GrootBC513,000
418187Thomas TaylorBC375,500
431272Chad WassmuthID297,500
432486Dustin CentanniBC143,000
43353Trevor VanderveenWA592,000
437Binh NguyenOR
489476William TaysWA146,000
510618Daniel BartelOR69,000
519467Ricky ChowBC152,000
609436George WolffOR167,500
654626Armin OjaniBC63,500
664Kevin MacPheeID
731Charles CoultasWA
806Michael CorsonWA
832Shane DouglasID
942Cory ParentBC

WSOP Daily Deepstack $235 NLHE 7/11

Still $14.1K up top for the $235, even with only 316 entries. Carl Oman of Vancouver, WA took 22nd.

Upcoming Las Vegas Series Events

  • There are Daily Deepstacks at the WSOP through the 14th.
  • The Venetian Deepstack Extravaganza has the second of three entry days to a $2M guarantee NLHE event ($5K buy-in), with a $600 satellite tonight.
  • Today at Bellagio is a $2,140 NLHE Seniors tournament.