Friday, September 17, 2010

Down to 40 Players; 36 Get Paid

Event 14: $1,500 + $150 No-Limit Hold'em

With 40 players remaining, the average chip count is about 151,000. Gavin Smith had catapulted up to about 370,000 at one point, but has since dropped back down to about 280,000.

David Diaz - 360,000
Gavin Smith - 280,000
Andrew Dykeman - 275,000
Leonard Cortellino - 268,000
Chris Back - 265,000
Andrew Youngblood - 247,000
Sean Wallace - 218,000
Joanne Monteavaro - 185,000
Roy Winston - 170,000
Edward Corrado - 165,000
Mike Beasley - 160,000
Jason Dewitt - 158,000
Francis Anderson - 150,000
Adam Ehrlich - 145,000
Steve Dannenmann - 133,000
Brian Lemke - 118,000
Josh Brikis - 115,000
Alex Rocha - 93,000
Eric Salinas - 93,000
Maria Ho - 68,000
"Action" Bob Hwang - 52,000
Kevin Calenzo - 40,000

Alex Rocha moved all in under the gun for 28,700, Andrew Youngblood called from middle position, and Andrew Dykeman moved all in over the top from the button. Youngblood folded, saying he had A-J suited.

Rocha showed Ah4h, but he'd need to improve against Dykeman's QcQd. The board came Jc10c10hAd4c, and Rocha paired his ace on the turn to win the pot and triple up. Youngblood was frustrated that he folded A-J and would have busted Rocha, and said to Dykeman, "Man, why didn't you just call? We would've busted him!" For his part, Dykeman didn't seem concerned with the number of players remaining. The money bubble is getting closer, with 36 getting paid and 40 players remaining.

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