Event #36: $1,000 No-Limit Hold’em
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Carbonari's Fortunes Turn

We just wrote about how Daniel Carbonari had lost 140,000 to Scott Montgomery, but he recently had a change of luck and is back to about the same position he was in before those hands.

With only 108,000 in front of him, Carbonari was looking at a raise to 47,000 from our chip leader Timothy Beeman. He decided to shove all in for just 61,000 more and Beeman looked him up.

Beeman: {7-Hearts}{7-Clubs}
Carbonari: {j-Diamonds}{j-Hearts}

It would take some work for Beeman's hand to improve, which it failed to do on a flop of {9-Hearts}{3-Diamonds}{j-Clubs}. The turn was the {4-Hearts} and the river came {3-Spades} which was good news for Carbonari, who now has 256,000 chips.

Tags: Daniel CarbonariTimothy Beeman

Carbonari Having Trouble With Montgomery

Two consecutive hands saw Daniel Carbonari lose a combined 140,000 to Scott Montgomery.

In the first hand, Montgomery had raised to 40,000 from middle position. Carbonari misread the raise and put about 20,000 into the pot. Once he was informed that the bet was twice that, Carbonari mucked his cards and lost the 20,000.

In the very next hand Montgomery raised to 40,000 once more. Carbonari called again, but this time for the right amount.

The flop came {3-Spades}{5-Hearts}{8-Spades} and Montgomery checked to Carbonari, who bet 60,000. Montgomery asked for a count and was informed that Carbonari had about 105,000. Montgomery then raised to 200,000 and Carbonari folded, leaving himself short.

Tags: Daniel CarbonariScott Montgomery

Updated Chip Counts

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Timothy Beeman 1,500,000 400,000
Ryan D'Angelo us 990,000 234,000
Sebastien Roy 895,000 -255,000
Mick Carlson 800,000 -40,000
Scott Montgomery ca 690,000 -64,000
Daniel Fuhs us 640,000 391,000
Charles Hatley 445,000 445,000
Joshua Goldstein 440,000 200,000
Peter Dufek 320,000 -260,000
Peter Traply hu 320,000 2,000
Joseph Pitti us 288,000 8,000
David Sanchez 268,000 63,000
Michael Michnik us 260,000 260,000
Luther Lewis 260,000 -142,000
Raul Gonzales 250,000 144,000
Daniel Carbonari 250,000 -70,000
Adam Richardson us 230,000 -70,000
John Dolan us 160,000 -25,000

Down to 18

Organizers have redrawn the seating now that we have just 18 players left.

Table 331

Seat 1: Peter Traply
Seat 2: Adam Richardson
Seat 3: Luther Lewis
Seat 4: Raul Gonzales
Seat 5: Scott Montgomery
Seat 6: Mick Carlson
Seat 7: Brent Roberts
Seat 8: Daniel Carbonari
Seat 9: Michael Michnik

Table 336

Seat 1: Daniel Fuhs
Seat 2: Peter Dufek
Seat 3: Sebastian Roy
Seat 4: Ryan D'Angelo
Seat 5: Charles Hatley
Seat 6: Josh Goldstein
Seat 7: John Dolan
Seat 8: David Sanchez
Seat 9: Joseph Pitti

Roberts Runs into Cowboys

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Brent Roberts
Brent Roberts

After loose that big pot, Brent Roberts moved all in for his last 50,000 chips and Joseph Pitti called.

Roberts tabled pocket tens but Pitti had the cowboys. A board full of blanks trowed Roberts to the rail.

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Pasillas Busto and Goldstein Robusto

Brent Roberts moved all in on the button and Joshua Goldstein called in the small blind and so has Edin Pasillas in the big.

Showdown
Roberts: {q-Hearts}{8-Hearts}
Goldstein: {a-Diamonds}{10-Diamonds}
Pasillas: {a-Spades}{5-Spades}

The board ran out {10-Clubs}{5-Clubs}{3-Diamonds}{7-Diamonds}{j-Clubs} and Goldstein is now up to 522,000 chips. Roberts slipped to 50,000 and Pasillas is out of the tournament.

Tags: Brent RobertsEdin PasillasJoshua Goldstein

Meredith Busto

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Benjamin Meredith
Benjamin Meredith

First to speak, Benjamin Meredith opened the pot with a 32,000-chip bet and Raul Gonzales moved all in. Meredith eventually called and tabled {j-Clubs}{10-Diamonds}. Gonzales showed pocket aces.

The board ran out {9-Spades}{5-Clubs}{6-Spades}{a-Hearts}{8-Hearts} and leaved Meredith crippled. A few hands later he ran his ace nine into queens and is out of the tournament.

Tags: Benjamim MeredithRaul Gonzales

Carlson Continues to Climb

We arrived at Mick Carlson's table to see him bet 54,000 into a flop of {4-Hearts}{10-Clubs}{6-Diamonds} with Adam Richardson making the call. Carlson checked the {3-Diamonds} on the turn and Richardson fired a bet of 80,000. Carlson responded by going all in. When Richardson folded Carlson showed {2-Clubs}{2-Hearts}.

Carlson now has 840,000 chips.

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Take Ten

Players are on a short ten-minute break.

Beemen Breaches a Million

Timothy Beeman
Timothy Beeman

Scott Montgomery made an early-position raise to 26,000. Luther Lewis decided to make a call in the hijack before Timothy Beeman three-bet to 77,000. Montgomery made the fold, but Lewis decided to see some cards and called.

The flop came {k-Diamonds}{q-Diamonds}{8-Spades} and Lewis checked to Beeman who shoved for about 280,000. Lewis tanked for close to six minutes before folding. After Lewis had folded, Beeman showed {k-Hearts}{j-Diamonds}.

With the chips he won in that pot, Beeman is now up to 1,100,000.

Tags: Luther LewisScott MontgomeryTimothy Beeman