PNW_WSOP_15 Summer Series Report for June 12

WSOP Event #24 $1.5K HORSE Day 3

In another case of extra chips forcing an event into an extra day, three HORSE players will be returning to play out for the bracelet on Day 4. 31 started Day 3, including Esther Taylor-Brady of Washington who placed 25th, Ian Johns of Washington, who finished in 21st place, for $6.4K, his third and largest (so far) cash of this summer. Oregon’s Jeffrey Mitseff started in 8th position in chips and finished the tournament in 8th place—the first player to exit the official final table—for a $20K cash.

Rank End of Day 2Rank End of Day 1PlayerStateChips End of Day 1Chips End of Day 2In the Money Finish Position
8136Jeffrey MitseffOR19,300237,0008
2541Ian JohnsWA32,00081,00021
1234Esther Taylor-BradyWA33,400188,00025
192Andrew RennhackWA14,30063
107Daniel RatiganWA21,60067
94Michael HorowitzWA22,900
128Lee GoldmanWA19,800
174Jason LoweWA15700
179Dylan LindeID15,100
184Thomas TaylorBC14,900
206Rep PorterWA12,100
213Bruce BurkeWA11,500
236Greg MuellerBC9,500
263James GeorgeWA7,200
289Joseph OgdenWA3,800

WSOP Event #25 $5K NLHE 8-Max Day 3

Scott Eskanazi was the last PNW player (WA) in play in this event, getting to 14th place for a $24K cash. He also cashed in the Colossus.

WSOP Event #26 $1K PLO Day 2

After the decimation of Day 1, another winnowing took place as the field went from 129 to 16. Noah Merritt of Vancouver, Washington is in a solid 6th place. Dylan Linde (Idaho) cashed 109th and Kyle Ho of British Columbia was 88th. Oregon’s Dan Martin and Erich Wehrmann tag-teamed 82nd and 81st, respectively. Eric Pratt of Washington was 67th, Nick Davies of Oregon took 65th. All jurisdictions represented!

WSOP Event #27 $10K Seven Card Stud Day 2

Rep Porter took 10th place, Scott Clements is in the middle of the pack of 8 starting Day 3.

WSOP Event #28 $1.5K NLHE Monster Stack

The first entry day of this year’s edition of the Monster Stack is in the bags. More than three thousand players took their shot (their only shot, no  re-entry) on Friday, with 825 making it to the end of the day. 51 PNW players made it through, with seven of those in the top 50 for the day. Rounding out that group in 50th place was Jacqueline Burkhardt, with 123,500 chips.

Among the others from Oregon, Pok Kim (or Kim Pok, if you prefer), who not only cashed in this event last year but final-tabled a $1K in 2014; Joe Brandenburg, who’s got the experience from being heads-up for a bracelet; and Final Table’s Heath Bloodgood. Also notable down near the bottom of the chip counts is Mike Johnson, the former co-host of the 2+2 PokerCast.

Day 1B has already started. Get to your seats before they start gathering up stacks at the end of Level 3!

In the Money Finish PositionRank End of Day 2Rank End of Day 1PlayerStateChips End of Day 1Chips End of Day 2
39241Ian ModderBC92,300663,000
56441Ryan DelormeBC123,400480,000
34103353Michael PaloWA81,000400,000
45123103Jacqueline BurkhartOR123,500359,000
69145147Michael WimberlyWA109,700324,000
802651Wayne KellerWA61,1001,262,000
85240711Kao SaechaoOR57,700136,000
882211420Scott HillBC30,900177,000
9122433Louis LoOR151,000170,000
104188312Kostantinos SegounisBC85,800249,000
11297258Aaron HillWA91,100416,000
117266540Jason FlintOR67,50072,000
1196413Yao SunBC76,1001,103,000
15666476Alexander PulaskiOR71,500543,000
1571671629Allen ThorpeWA24,100277,000
167147725Phong NguyenWA57,000324,000
174178189Khoa NgoWA100,300270,000
186931310Lance DoddWA34,400424,000
202192547Paul HessWA67,000242,000
24735100Bruce ZhenOR123,700681,000
263230205Robert BrewerOR98,500159,000
283397Ricky ChowBC77,200
2861495Vanessa KadeBC28,500
310727Brett NewtonOR56,900
3331347Tony HopkinsOR33,200
348804Kheang TangOR53,700
42452Jacob McDonaldOR138,500
432956Blake CarriereBC46,700
4421746Gennady DvosisWA20,800
459830Shawn StewartWA52,600
4631078Rob TepperWA42,400
464446Teyan CurtisID73,600
50377David BausWA128,900
5441055Mirza BegWA43,300
564525Aanund DolanOR68,200
567566John GrueWA66,100
612653Robert CheungBC60,800
665929Kim NguyenWA48,000
675329Grant DenisonOR83,500
684370Joshua RoeWA79,400
69424Terrance KalafWA159,000
7032036Trevor HughesBC6,100
48Thomas TaylorBC139,400
97Rex ParsonsOR124,700
114Victor PetersenWA114,200
259Dustin LearyWA91,000
310Parminder KumarWA85,900
340Derek BurnsWA82,700
434Randy MartinezID74,300
467Chase CooleyWA72,100
480Christie LangWA71,000
494Sean GeisbrechtBC70,000
498Donald WigginsID69,900
498Kyle WhiteBC69,900
524Jonas KallstromWA68,200
558John WhiteOR66,700
570Michael CareyWA65,900
597Brian EggerWA64,100
605Jay HaragaBC63,700
614Pok KimOR63,200
628Joe BrandenburgOR62,400
645Stephen LeeWA61,400
663Ray LarocheWA60,100
703Min SoWA58,300
707Matt JarvisBC58,100
736Garry JuvelinBC56,400
741Scott EskanaziWA56,200
754Yongshuo ZhengBC55,600
771Harjinder GandhamWA55,100
774 Richard MullenBC55,000
788Daniel TupperWA54,400
802Fabian RosalesWA53,800
848Kyle HoBC51,900
887Derek FarringtonOR50,200
892Alexander BeckOR50,000
892Thomas HeinrichWA50,000
900Calen MacNeillBC49,700
912Bill StablerOR48,700
934Kevin MacPheeID47,600
934Raymond StaffordBC47,600
1005Dylan LindeID44,800
1082Yevgeniy ShoykinWA42,300
1102Edward SorensenBC41,800
1136Heath BloodgoodOR40,800
1139Samuel VitelloOR40,700
1172Ahmed AminWA39,300
1253Nicholas HalvorsonWA36,300
1300Glenn LarsonWA34,800
1310Kaan BecerBC34,400
1338Mark JuvelinBC33,400
1372Chris BackBC32,300
1391Joanne LewisBC31,700
1411Gilles AnquetilWA31,200
1414Jamil JuthaBC31,100
1420Kerry MoynahanOR30,900
1454Daniel NicholsOR29,800
1459Scott CraigBC29,700
1464Michael HollemanOR29,400
1501Lloyd FletcherWA28,300
1512Derek ElligWA27,900
1531Daniel IdemaBC27,000
1540Jeanne SavageOR26,700
1574Robbie CalhounWA25,800
1600Yuriy YershakovOR25,000
1610Ardys ReedOR24,700
1670Bobbi FrostWA22,800
1678Louise JeanBC22,700
1684Dung NguyenBC22,500
1710Dustin CurtisWA21,800
1737Steven HollemanWA21,100
1765Gary EllerWA20,200
1765Erik LadenburgWA20,200
1779Esther Taylor-BradyWA19,800
1784Christine BlakeWA19,600
1799James HentzWA19,100
1807Aaron GillespieWA18,800
1834Jean MarquesBC17,800
1842William BerglundOR17,600
1872Ronald DruetWA16,600
1876Pamela KoepkeOR16,400
1882Loren CampWA16,100
1911Ravinder BediBC15,300
1913Yan LeeBC15,200
1920Matthew MadsenBC15,000
1933Troy WorthBC14,500
1939Michael JohnsonBC14,300
1939William TzotzolisBC14300
1967David BrummelWA13,100
1978Travis PrengWA12,400
1979Donald GoughWA12,300
2018Geoffrey BowlsbyWA8,600
2025Jason ManggunioBC8,000
2036Mitchell NeuerWA6,300

Grand Poker Series #26 $150 NLHE
Robson Brancomagalhes of British Columbia bested 153 players to take $5K for first place in this tournament.

Isn’t that enough news for one day? Why don’t you get out there and play some poker?

Today’s Las Vegas Series Events

As always, this part of the report is indebted to Kenny Hallert’s annual spreadsheet of tournaments.

  • Another day, another Monster Stack entry day at the WSOP. If you don’t like NLHE (and you have $10K to burn), why not try out this afternoon’s NL 2-7 Draw tournament? I bet Phil Hellmuth will be there.
  • The Venetian kicks off a $250K guarantee with two flights today (and one tomorrow). $600 buy-in with re-rentry.
  • Planet Hollywood runs a $200K guarantee one-day $400 NLHE event at 11am. Tomorrow is the $565 entry Goliath with a $500K guarantee.
  • Aria is running NLHE with $235 buy-in and a $150 buy-in, both one-day tournaments.
  • It’s the last day to enter the Wynn Summer Classic $100K guarantee for $400 buy-in.
  • The Grand Poker Series has another $100K guarantee for $350 buy-in. A couple of these have had significant overlay.
  • Binion’s Poker Classic is your place for non-NLHE that’s less expensive than the 2-7 at the WSOP. A $10K guarantee PLO8 tournament starts at 2pm for $220. Bust the Monster Stack and you can go somewhere where you get more cards for your buck!

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