Jon Heneghan takes down $611,015 and a WSOP bracelet
Posted: Tue, Jul 05, 05, 8:05 PM
Jon Heneghan said he made one rebuy. Heneghan turned that one rebuy into $611,015 and a gold bracelet. Not a bad parlay for the winner and champion Jon Heneghan.
Ring The Bell
Posted: Tue, Jul 05, 05, 8:03 PM
It's all over. After a flop of Kc-Jd-4d, Paul Deng moved all in. After a moment of thinking Jon Heneghan called. Heneghan flipped over J-10, and Deng held 10d-5d for a flush draw. Deng needed a diamond, but the turn was the 8c, and the river was 7s. Paul Deng was eliminated in 2nd place and earns $324,305.
Paul Deng On Fire
Posted: Tue, Jul 05, 05, 7:46 PM
Paul Deng is having some fun. Deng is playing very aggressive and talking up a storm. Deng keeps saying, "It is the crown [Royal], not me." Perhaps the Crown has made him play this aggressive, either way Deng has taken the chip lead.
Chip Lead Gone
Posted: Tue, Jul 05, 05, 7:32 PM
Jon Heneghan's chip lead is gone. Paul Deng's aggressive play has basically evened out this duel. It is anyone's game now.
Deng Getting Closer
Posted: Tue, Jul 05, 05, 7:22 PM
So far Paul Deng has been the aggressor. Deng has been raising and betting into almost every pot. In the last hand Deng made two pair and picked up around $300,000 extra. Can Deng turn this around? It seems possible at this point.
Posted: Tue, Jul 05, 05, 7:05 PM
1. Paul Deng - $655,000
2. Jon Heneghan - $1,700,000
Robert Aron Eliminated in 3rd Place ($188,000)
Posted: Tue, Jul 05, 05, 7:03 PM
Robert Aron moved all in with Ah-5h, and was called by Jon Heneghan. Heneghan flipped over A-8 and was dominating Aron. The flop came K-9-3, and Aron needed help. The turn was a 6, and the river was a 10. Aron did not get any help and was eliminated in 3rd place earning $188,000.
Gary Do Eliminated in 4th Place ($164,500)
Posted: Tue, Jul 05, 05, 6:55 PM
Gary Do was all in with K-J against Paul Deng's Q-Q. The flop came A-6-2, and Do needed a K to stay alive. No K came and Do was eliminated in 4th place and earns $164,500.
Posted: Tue, Jul 05, 05, 6:51 PM
The blinds have increased to $10,000-$20,000, and the ante is now $3,000.
Posted: Tue, Jul 05, 05, 6:50 PM
1. Paul Deng - $340,000
2. Jon Heneghan - $1,460,000
3. Gary Do - $270,000
4. Robert Aron - $390,000
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