Hand #180: Jacob Schindler limped from the small blind and Ryan Jaconetti checked. The flop was and when Jaconetti bet 100,000 Schindler made the call. The turn saw a 240,000 bet from Schindler and a call from Jaconetti. The river was the and Schindler bet 1,350,000. Jaconetti thought for a good while and look back at his cards before letting it go.
Hand #181: Schindler limped on the button and three players saw a flop of . Jaconetti led out for 125,000 and just Schindler made the call. The turn was the . Both players checked to see a river . Schindler bet and got called as Jaconetti had and beat the of Schindler.
Hand #182: Jaconetti opened for 225,000 and it folded to Schindler in the big blind who moved all in and took it down.
Hand #183: Jaconetti got a walk.
Hand #184: Schindler made it 200,000, Jaconetti in the small blind made it 550,000 and Dempsey folded the big blind. Back to Schindler who moved all in and took it down.
Hand #175: Jacob Schindler raised to 200,000 from the button and both opponents folded.
Hand #176: Ryan Jaconetti raised to 225,000 from the button and Sean Dempsey three-bet to 550,000 from the small blind. Jaconetti made the call and the flop came . Dempsey checked, Jaconetti bet 375,000 and Dempsey folded.
Hand #177: Jacob Schindler called from the small blind and Ryan Jaconetti checked his option in the big blind. The flop came , Schindler bet 100,000 and Jaconetti folded.
Hand #178: Ryan Jaconetti called from the small blind and Sean Dempsey checked his option in the big blind. The flop was and both players checked. The turn was the , Jaconetti checked and Dempsey bet 100,000. Jaconetti called and the river was the . Both players checked, Dempsey tabled for one pair and Jaconetti mucked.
Hand #168: Sean Dempsey moved all in from the button and and Jacob Schindler called from the small blind. Ryan Jaconetti got out of the way and Dempsey tabled versus the of Schindler. Dempsey would need help to stay alive and got it on the flop of . The turn was the and the fell on the river. Dempsey doubled and knocked Schindler’s stack down.
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We are underway on Day 4 as the three remaining players fight it out for first place and the bracelet.
Hand #160: Ryan Jaconetti raised the first hand from the small blind to 240,000 and Sean Dempsey folded.
Hand #161: Jacob Schindler got a walk.
Hand #162: Jaconetti got a walk.
Hand #163: Jaconetti raised to 240,000 in the small blind and Dempsey folded the big blind.
Hand #164: Jaconetti opened for 225,000 on the button and Schindler called in the big blind. The flop was Both
players checked and the turn fell the . Schindler checked and Jaconetti bet 250,000. That won the hand.
After three days and 30 levels of play, things were still not settled for Event #39: $3,000 No Limit Hold’Em. Three players will return today to play to a winner. Jacob Schindler (3,860,000) and Ryan Jaconetti (3,410,000) finished Day 3 as the leaders and Sean Dempsey will come in as the short stack at 1,660,000.
They are each guaranteed at least $212,373, but surely have their eyes on the top prize of $548,460 and the gold bracelet.
We will bring you hand-for-hand action here on Day 4 as they play to a winner. Be sure to join the PokerNews live reporting team starting at 3 p.m. local time to see how it plays out.