|Blinds||120,000 / 240,000|
Hand #11: Bao Nguyen opened for 105,000 and Eric Baldwin made it 230,000 to go. It was folded back to Nguyen who moved all in for 580,000 total. Baldwin snap-called with only to find he was behind as Nguyen had woken up with . The board would run out and Nguyen would double up.
Hand #12: Baldwin opened for 100,000 and Brandon Eisen made it 255,000 to go. Baldwin made the call and the two would see a flop of . Both players would check and the dealer would put out the on the turn. Baldwin check-called a bet of 180,000 from Eisen. The river was the and Baldwin would check-fold to Eisen's 295,000 chip bet.
Hand #13:Matthew Lapossie opened for 100,000 and was called by Shai Zurr our of the big blind. They would check the flop and river and Zurr would check-fold to Lapossie's 100,000 bet on the river.
Hand #14: Jackduyph Duong opened to 110,000 from early position and won the blinds and antes when everyone folded.
Hand #15: Eisen opened for 120,000 and Igor Dubinskyy moved all in for 605,000 total. After getting a count, Duong called. Eisen folded and Dubinskyy would show and Duong . The flop would move Duong way ahead as it came to give him a set. Dubinskyy needed a queen to hit a Broadway straight and he would get precisely that when the dealer put out the on the turn. Now Dubinskyy needed to avoid some outs as any paired card on the river would knock him out. The river was the and Dubinskyy doubled up.
Hand #6: Matthew Lapossie raised to 100,000 from early position and Brandon Eisen called, so did Shai Zurr on the button. On the flop, Eisen bet 130,000 and only Zurr called before both checked the turn and the river. Eisen showed ace high but that was only second best to the of Zurr.
Hand #7: Jackduyph Duong raised to 125,000 and folded to the three-bet of Lapossie for 290,000.
Hand #8: Bao Nguyen made it 110,000 to go on the cutoff and won the blinds and antes.
Hand #9: Lapossie raised to 100,000 from the button, Eisen three-bet to 165,000 in the big blind. Lapossie now cut out a four-bet and made it 375,000 to go. Eisen announced all in rather quickly and Lapossie mucked his cards.
Hand #10: Duong raised to 110,000 and all opponents folded.
Hand #1: Eric Baldwin raised on the button to 100,000 and would pick up the blinds/antes when everyone folded.
Hand #2: Igor Dubinskyy moved all in for 760,000 from early position and after asking for a count Matthew Lapossie moved all in as well. Everyone folded and the two were racing with Dubinskyy holding and Lapossie .
The board ran out putting a straight on the board and creating a chopped pot. Dubinskyy did not see the straight and had to be told that he was not out. After taking a look at the straight, he smiled, and gladly retook his seat.
Hand #3: Lapossie raised to to 100,000 and won the blinds/antes when everyone folded.
Hand #4: Lapossie again raised to 100,000 and would take down the blinds and antes.
Hand #5: It was folded to Shai Zurr in the small blind and he completed. Bao Nguyen checked his option and would fold to the 55,000 bet from Zurr on the flop.
There are 51:16 minutes left in level 27 and the official final table is underway.
On Saturday at the 2014 WSOP, 102 players was whittled down to nine in Event #62: The $1,111 Little One for One Drop and it would be Jackduyph Duong that would end the day as the chip leader with 3.18 million in chips. Close behind in second place was Eric "Basebaldy" Baldwin who ended the day with 3.14 million with Vimy Ha not far behind in third with 2.825 million.
The day was filled with tense poker action that saw Baldwin down to the felt early on but hitting a seven to best aces and then go on a key end of the day run winning two big pots against 12th place finisher Maurice Hawkins, including one hand where the two players both held ace-king but Basebaldy would hit a diamond flush to deliver a crippling blow. Duong also had some tense moments, getting aces against Brandon Eisen's kings only to see Eisen flop a king. It looked like Duong was headed out the door but an ace on the river would change all that and Duong would finish the day as the chip leader.
We're expecting more great poker today, with play resuming in less than an hour. Here is the full final table seating assignments and chip counts:
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