Day 1d completed
Day 1d completed
After a long day which featured two overlapping Day 1 heats, we are finished here at PokerStars Macau.
The chip leader for Day 1D is Jimmy King, who used a late surge to jump to the top of the chip count leaderboard.
Day 1E starts this afternoon at 2:10 pm. See you all later!
|Pan Xiao Long||187,000||39,000|
|Il Hyun Yoon||100,500|
|Yiu Wai Bing||67,000|
|Kuan Chi Keong||54,000|
Pre-flop, Pan Xiao Ling went all-in and got a single caller in one of the shorter stacks on the table.
Pan's short-stacked opponent was in big trouble against pocket aces. The flop did not help him and his fate was sealed when the landed on the turn.
A meaningless landed on the river as the player was gathering his belongings.
With only 12 remaining, Day 1D is over. We'll get you the official counts in a while.
We just had a huge monster pot take place with Jimmy King emerging from the dust as the new chip leader.
Pre-flop, the UTG player went all-in with his short stack and the player next to him went all-in as well. Action went over to Jimmy King, who also declared he was all-in!
The board ran out , eliminating the UTG player and leaving the UTG+1 short stacked.
Jimmy, meanwhile, is now the new chip leader for Day 1D (as well as the whole tournament, at the moment) with 370,000!
There are no more female players in today's field as Jimmy King just took out the last one.
Pre-flop, the lady player raised to 20,000 and Jimmy shoved all-in. The lady called and the cards were tabled:
Jimmy was ahead pre-flop but the lady seized the lead as the flop came .
He still had a lot of outs, though. The did not bring anything, but the rivered completed his straight, eliciting a shout from Jimmy and sending his opponent to the rail.
He is now at about 130,000.
A few hands ago, Kuan Chi Keong's stack got a huge boost after he woke up with aces and ended up eliminating Ricky Foo.
This time around, he thought he was en route to another big win after he woke up with kings and called the big blind's shove.
It was looking good for Kuan with the bigger pocket pair but the flop came to give his opponent a set.
The turn and river blanked out, doubling up the other player and sending Kuan's stack to about 143,000.
A sudden rash of all-ins have left us scrambling to take notes as players dropped like flies on three consecutive hands.
On the first hand, a player went all-in with and got called "Benny" with .
The player with ace-king was looking like he was ready to double up but it wasn't meant to be as the flop came .
The turn and river blanked out and the disgusted player hit the rail.
Just as he busted out, there was a commotion on the other table as PokerStars Team Asia Pro Raymond Wu had gone all-in with and was called by Raiden Kan with .
Raymond was in pretty bad shape and was sent to the rail after the board ran out .
The very next hand, it was Ricky Foo shoving all-in for his stack of 79,000 and was instantly called by Kuan Chi Keong.
Ricky was in big trouble as Kuan showed against his .
The flop came to give Ricky the outs to a straight but the turn and river blanked out to send him out of Day 1D.
Kuan, meanwhile, is at about 183,000 in chips.