Event #65: $10,000 Main Event

Setbacks Don't Make Newhouse Hold Back

[user20283] • Level 25: 20,000-40,000, 5,000 ante

Just moments after doubling up a player Mark Newhouse was back at it again. Newhouse raised to 85,000 and this time it was Gianfranco Visalli who moved all in over the top. Visalli was all in for 570,000 chips and Newhouse tanked for a bit before tossing in the call.

Newhouse: {K-Spades}{Q-Diamonds}
Visalli: {A-Hearts}{K-Diamonds}

The board ran out {8-Diamonds}{Q-Hearts}{5-Diamonds}{K-Hearts}{10-Hearts} and Visalli was knocked out with Newhouse hitting two pair.

Mark Newhouse us
Mark Newhouse
us 6,825,000 425,000
Gianfranco Visalli GB
Gianfranco Visalli
GB Out

Tagovi: Gianfranco VisalliMark Newhouse

Cold Fair-Bet

• Level 25: 20,000-40,000, 5,000 ante

Dan Smith opened to 90,000 from middle position and was met with three-bet from Griffin Benger to 240,000. Seated directly to Benger's left is Ryan Fair, who four-bet to 560,000. Action folded back to Smith, who folded, and Benger, who quickly followed.

Dan Smith us
Dan Smith
us 5,120,000 195,000
Ryan Fair us
Ryan Fair
us 3,445,000 310,000
Griffin Benger ca
Griffin Benger
ca 1,105,000 -820,000

Tagovi: Dan SmithGriffin BengerRyan Fair

Bozinovic Finally Dents Newhouse

[user249920] • Level 25: 20,000-40,000, 5,000 ante
Vladimir Bozinovic doubled through Mark Newhouse.
Vladimir Bozinovic doubled through Mark Newhouse.

Mark Newhouse's seemingly unstoppable upward climb has finally been halted.

He opened on the button to 80,000, and Vladimir Bozinovic made it 220,000 in the big blind. Newhouse shoved all in, and Bozinovic called off his 1.715 million.

Bozinovic: {k-Diamonds}{k-Hearts}
Newhouse: {a-Clubs}{j-Diamonds}

The flop was massive for both: {a-Diamonds}{j-Spades}{k-Clubs}, giving Newhouse aces up and Bozinovic a set of kings. The {j-Hearts} helped Newhouse slightly as he added an extra out to possibly make quads, but the {8-Spades} river kept Bozinovic's kings full good.

Mark Newhouse us
Mark Newhouse
us 6,400,000 -1,865,000
Vladimir Bozinovic cs
Vladimir Bozinovic
cs 3,505,000 1,775,000

Tagovi: Mark NewhouseVladimir Bozinovic

"Everybody's Gotta Eat"

[user101598] • Level 25: 20,000-40,000, 5,000 ante
Ahn Van Nguyen
Ahn Van Nguyen

Kyle Keranen raised to 100,000 in middle position and the action folded to Anh Van Nguyen, who moved all in for 620,000 out of the big blind. Keranen went into the tank.

"You have a small pair?" he asked Nguyen, who remained still, staring at one spot on the felt. "Pocket fours?"

Keranen thought a little longer, then finally released his hand.

"Everybody's gotta eat, man," Nguyen told Keranen as he raked in the pot.

"Nah," Keranen disagreed. "I want every chip in this tournament."

Kyle Keranen us
Kyle Keranen
us 5,980,000 -123,000
Anh Van Nguyen ca
Anh Van Nguyen
ca 800,000 270,000

Tagovi: Anh Van NguyenKyle Keranen

More For Velador

[user20283] • Level 25: 20,000-40,000, 5,000 ante

Luis Velador raised before the flop to 85,000 and Aaron Kaiser three-bet from the button to 260,000. The action folded back to Velador who tanked for a bit before making the call.

The flop brought {4-Diamonds}{7-Spades}{6-Clubs} and Velador checked to Kaiser who bet 180,000. Velador check-raised to 425,000 and his opponent folded.

Luis Velador mx
Luis Velador
mx 2,950,000 450,000
Aaron Kaiser us
Aaron Kaiser
us 1,370,000 -475,000

Tagovi: Aaron KaiserLuis Velador

One More Hour

[user249920] • Level 25: 20,000-40,000, 5,000 ante

Level 25 has begun, but only half of the level will be played tonight.

Level:
25
Blinds:
20,000/40,000
Ante:
5,000

Various Updated Chip Counts at the Break

• Level 24: 15,000-30,000, 5,000 ante
Mark Newhouse us
Mark Newhouse
us 8,265,000 1,065,000
Scott Palmer us
Scott Palmer
us 6,530,000 430,000
Kyle Keranen us
Kyle Keranen
us 6,103,000 -97,000
Andoni Larrabe es
Andoni Larrabe
es 5,330,000 1,650,000
Bruno Politano br
Bruno Politano
br 5,290,000 90,000
Tony Ruberto us
Tony Ruberto
us 5,265,000 -185,000
Leif Force us
Leif Force
us 4,930,000 -170,000
Dan Smith us
Dan Smith
us 4,925,000 15,000
Martin Jacobson se
Martin Jacobson
se 4,415,000 115,000
Craig McCorkell gb
Craig McCorkell
gb 4,200,000 600,000
Bryan Devonshire us
Bryan Devonshire
us 4,025,000 1,125,000
Jason Weber US
Jason Weber
US 3,720,000 420,000
Thomas Sarra Jr us
Thomas Sarra Jr
us 3,600,000 1,800,000
Jason Johnson us
Jason Johnson
us 3,545,000 -80,000
Dong Guo cn
Dong Guo
cn 3,460,000 410,000
Andrey Zaichenko ru
Andrey Zaichenko
ru 3,455,000 -265,000
Robert Campbell au
Robert Campbell
au 3,430,000 720,000
Jeffrey Loiacono us
Jeffrey Loiacono
us 3,420,000 -390,000
Jorryt van Hoof nl
Jorryt van Hoof
nl 3,335,000 825,000
Robert Park us
Robert Park
us 3,180,000 75,000
Ryan Fair us
Ryan Fair
us 3,135,000 -10,000
Isaac Baron us
Isaac Baron
us 3,060,000 110,000
Kyung Cha US
Kyung Cha
US 2,980,000 -20,000
Clayton Hamm us
Clayton Hamm
us 2,975,000 375,000
Clayton Maguire us
Clayton Maguire
us 2,960,000 -890,000

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Newhouse Grabs Lead; Pahuja Eliminated During Level 24

[user249920] • Level 24: 15,000-30,000, 5,000 ante
Mark Newhouse
Mark Newhouse

The final 20-minute break of the night has commenced.

Bruno Politano’s long reign at the top of the chip counts has finally ended, as he’s slipped to fifth during the past level, being overtaken by Mark Newhouse (7.2 million), Kyle Keranen (6.2 million), Scott Palmer (6.1 million), and Tony Ruberto (5.45 million). Politano still has plenty of chips with about 5.2 million.

Keranen had gotten into a rivalry with Curtis Rystadt, but took the role of big brother as he busted Stewart in a monster pot of over 4 million with the nut flush. Apparently, Keranen had gotten so fed up with Rystadt’s trash talk that he had complained to the floor. The knockout had to be sweet for him.

Scott Palmer dragged a huge pot from Mikiyo Aoki on his way to a top stack.

Mukul Pahuja, one of the hottest tournament players in the world, saw his deep run end during the level. On a flop of {a-Spades}{q-Hearts}{6-Hearts}, he had {a-Diamonds}{6-Diamonds} for aces up only to run into the {a-Hearts}{q-Spades} of Zachary Hirst. Pahuja was unable to find a third six and hit the rail in 101.

Other notables seeing deep runs come to a disappointing end included Simon Charette (103rd), Jonathan Aguiar (105th), Manig Loeser (107th), Farid Jattin (109th), Vladimir Shchemelev (114th), Byron Kaverman (123rd), and Timothy Reilly (125th).

Tagovi: Mark NewhouseMukul PahujaScott Palmer