Event #13: $1,500 No-Limit Hold'em Shootout
Days:
123

Event Info

Prize Pool $1,944,000
Players 1440

Next Pay Out

Place 27 $4,998

Level Info

Level 7
Blinds 15,000 / 30,000
Ante 5,000

The Jon Spinks Post-Dinner Show

• Level 5: 10,000-20,000, 3,000 ante
Jonathan Spinks
Jonathan Spinks

Other than a three way checked down pot on a board of a {Q-Diamonds}{J-Diamonds}{10-Hearts}{6-Clubs}{3-Diamonds} that was won by Andrew Badecker's {5-Diamonds}{5-Clubs}, the other three pots have all gone to Jon Spinks.

He called a 40,000 raise from Erik Cajelais and bet 53,000 to win the pot when Cajelais checked the {J-Spades}{8-Hearts}{6-Diamonds} flop.

Spinks followed this up by raising to 42,000 and then moving all in when Dan Kelly made it 108,000 in the small blind, eliciting a snap-fold from the youngster.

Finally Spinks opened from UTG+1 to 42,000 and Cajelais called in the big blind only for the latter to check-fold when Spinks bet 54,000 on the {A-Diamonds}{Q-Hearts}{4-Hearts} flop.

Tags: Jon Spinks

Level:
5
Blinds:
10,000/20,000
Ante:
3,000

Dinner Break Counts

Andrew Badecker 1,449,000 -1,000
Jonathan Spinks 1,445,000 -5,000
Erik Cajelais 1,187,000 37,000
Daniel Makowsky 908,000 -57,000
Dan Kelly 876,000 246,000
Robbie Verspui 694,000 394,000
Vitaly Lunkin 639,000 -321,000

Dinner Break

• Level 4: 8,000-16,000, 2,000 ante

Players are now on a one hour dinner break. Cards back in the air at 8:25 PM PST

Joseph Webber Eliminated in 8th Place ($33,864)

Jonathan Webber reacts negatively to the flop.
Jonathan Webber reacts negatively to the flop.

Jon Spinks opened to 33,000 from UTG and it was passed around to Joseph Webber in the big blind who moved all in for 605,000. Spinks took a deep breath, thought for a moment and made the call.

Spinks: {J-Hearts}{J-Spades}
Webber: {A-Hearts}{K-Diamonds}

The flop gave Spinks an almost certain lock coming {J-Diamonds}{Q-Hearts}{7-Clubs}, Webber needed a ten and nothing else but the {K-Spades} turn and {6-Diamonds} river didn't help him and he went out in 8th place. Spinks, winning the huge pot is now join chip leader.

Jonathan Spinks 1,450,000 600,000
Joseph Webber Busted

Tags: Jon SpinksJoseph Webber

Chip Counts

Andrew Badecker 1,450,000 73,000
Erik Cajelais 1,150,000 109,000
Daniel Makowsky 965,000 157,000
Vitaly Lunkin 960,000 27,000
Jonathan Spinks 850,000 326,000
Joseph Webber 700,000 -399,000
Dan Kelly 630,000 -369,000
Robbie Verspui 300,000 -246,000

Spinks Beats Kelly

• Level 4: 8,000-16,000, 2,000 ante

Jon Spinks raised to 33,000 from the cutoff and Dan Kelly defended in the big blind. Both players checked the {10-Clubs}{10-Hearts}{6-Clubs} flop before Kelly led out for 60,000 on the {4-Clubs} turn, Spinks made the call and both players checked the {J-Hearts} river.

Kelly showed {4-Diamonds}{3-Diamonds} but Spinks had him dominated with {6-Diamonds}{4-Spades} to win the pot.

Tags: Dan KellyJon Spinks

Action, Action, Action

• Level 4: 8,000-16,000, 2,000 ante

It has been an action day so far and the final table has been no different.

In one particular hand, Andrew Badecker raised to 27,000 from under-the-gun with a call from Makowsky and a re-raise to 85,000 from Jonathan Spinks. The action was back to Badecker and he re-raised to 175,000. Daniel Makowsky who had only called to start the hand, then re-raised again to 350,000 inciting insta-folds from Spinks and Badecker. Makowsky scooped the huge pot without ever seeing a flop.

A few hands later, Joseph Webber raised it up to 50,000 from middle position with a call from Andrew Badecker in the cutoff. On the flop of {Q-Spades}{6-Spades}{A-Clubs} Webber bet 105,000 and Badecker smooth called.

The turn came {3-Spades} and Webber bet out again, this time 225,000. Again, Badecker just called.

The river was a {5-Diamonds} and Webber slowed down with a check. Badecker took the opportunity to make a big bet of 590,000 and Webber folded to give Badecker the massive pot

Tags: Andrew BadeckerDaniel MakowskyJonathan SpinksJospeh Webber

(In the) Black, Russian

• Level 3: 6,000-12,000, 2,000 ante
Vitaly Lunkin - Russian to Victory?
Vitaly Lunkin - Russian to Victory?

More chips for Vitaly Lunkin, who opened under the gun and had Dan Kelly call him in the big blind. Kelly check-called bets of 28,000 on the {J-Clubs}{6-Hearts}{4-Spades} flop, then 52,000 on the {A-Spades} turn and finally 104,000 on the {7-Diamonds} river.

Lunkin quietly turned over {J-Hearts}{J-Spades} for flopped top set and shipped the pot.

Tags: Dan KellyVitaly Lunkin