Blinds: 15,000 ante, 20,000 bring-in, 60,000-120,000 limits
Players Left: 1 out of 644
2. Maxwell Troy — $129,253
David Warga Wins Event No. 27 ($208,682), Maxwell Troy Eliminated In Second Place ($129,253)
Maxwell Troy started heads-up play at a 5-1 chip disadvantage and it proved too much too overcome. He was all in on third street against David Warga and here were there boards:
Troy could only find a pair of tens on the last hand and they were beaten by Warga’s two pair, sevens and sixes, and Warga secured his second career WSOP bracelet.
Blinds: 10,000 ante, 10,000 bring-in, 40,000-80,000 limits
Players Left: 2 out of 644
1. David Warga – 2,300,000
2. Maxwell Troy – 300,000
Average Stack: 966,000
4. Karina Jett — $60,588
3. David Levi — $87,400
Karina Jett Eliminated In Fourth Place ($60,588)
Once a 2-1 chip leader at the final table, Karina Jett found herself with a severe short stack. She managed to hang on, doubling up a few times but she finally ran into Maxwell Troy. Here were their boards:
Jett made two pair but Troy’s kings and queens were better and Jett made her way to the exit.
David Levi Eliminated In Third Place ($87,400)
David Levi was all in for his last 100,000 on third street against chip-leader David Warga.
Levi started with a pair of tens and hit two pair on fifth street when he paired threes. But Warga hit two pair of his own, KK55.
Levi could not squeeze out his miracle on seventh street and he was eliminated.
Blinds: 7,000 ante, 10,000 bring-in, 30,000-60,000 limits
Players Left: 4 out of 644
1. David Levi – 655,000
2. Maxwell Troy – 655,000
3. David Warga – 500,000
4. Karina Jett – 400,000
Average Stack: 579,600
7. Chris Tryba — $22,926
6. Jonathan Bascom — $31,046
5. Christopher George — $42,913
Chris Tryba Eliminated In Seventh Place ($22,926)
Chris Tryba found himself all in after fifth street against Christopher George. Here is how their boards ran out:
Tryba made two pair on sixth street only to have George catch a third nine on seventh street and Tryba made his way to the rail.
Jonathan Bascom Eliminated In Sixth Place ($31,046)
Jonathan Bascom was all in on third street against Maxwell Troy and David Warga. Troy eventually bet Warga out and isolated the all-in Bascom. Here were their boards:
Troy started with kings in the hole and improved to a full house, easily defeating Bascom’s pair of tens. There was no low hand and Bascom was eliminated.
Christopher George Eliminated In Fifth Place ($42,913)
Christopher George was all in by fifth street and was up against David Levi and Karina Jett. Here were their boards:
Levi and Jett continued betting on the side, but Jett could not defeat Levi’s two pair and mucked. George could not get his fifth spade and was sent to the rail.
Blinds: 5,000 ante, 5,000 bring-in, 20,000-40,000 limits
Players Left: 7 out of 644
1. Karina Jett – 985,000
2. Maxwell Troy – 460,000
3. David Warga – 445,000
4. Christopher George – 355,000
5. David Levi – 175,000
6. Jonathan Bascom – 140,000
7. Chris Tryba – 100,000
Average Stack: 414,000
8. Allen Bari — $17,274
Allen Bari Eliminated In Eighth Place ($17,274)
Allen Bari completed to 20,000 and Karina Jett raised to 40,000. Bari called and did the same on fourth street when Jett bet 20,000.
Bari then led on fifth street and was called. Jett did the betting on sixth and seventh and Bari called each time, the last time for his final 15,000 in chips.
When the hands were revealed, neither player had much of anything but Jett scooped the pot with just ace-high and an 8-6 low to beat Bari’s 8-7 low and Bari was sent to the rail.
The final table is set for event no. 27 ($1,500 Seven-Card Stud 8-or-better). The day started with 23 players and it took just about five hours to get down to the official final table of eight.
Here are their seating assignments:
Seat 1: David Warga
Seat 2: Christopher George
Seat 3: Chris Tryba
Seat 4: Maxwell Troy
Seat 5: Allen Bari
Seat 6: Karina Jett
Seat 7: Jonathan Bascom
Seat 8: David Levi
Here are the chip counts:
1. Maxwell Troy – 755,000
2. David Levi – 565,000
3. Karina Jett – 450,000
4. Christopher George – 400,000
5. Chris Tryba – 215,000
6. Allen Bari – 170,000
7. David Warga – 145,000
8. Jonathan Bascom – 140,000
Stay tuned to CardPlayer.com for all of the elimination hands from this final table.
23 players remain out of the 644 that entered the tournament.
The average chip stack is 126,000.
The field reached the money yesterday. 22nd place will make $5,607, with first place taking home $208,682
Notables still remaining include David Levi, Katrina Jett, Blair Rodman, Kevin MacPhee and Brandon Cantu. David Levi is near the top of the chip counts.
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Action will conclude with a winner.
Stay tuned to Card Player for action from the Rio!
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