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Buy-In: $3,000
Prize Pool: $2,357,040
Entrants: 854

Event 52 - $3,000 Triple Chance No-Limit Hold'em

  • Jun 28, '09 - Jun 30, '09
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Updates on Final Day (Jun 30, 09)

 
 

Good Job Jorg!

Jorg Peisert Wins Event No. 52 ($506,800) Jason DeWitt Eliminated in Second Place ($313,227)

With a 7-1 chip lead, it was only a matter of time before Peisert closed things out. On the final hand, Peisert raised to 180,000 and DeWitt moved all in for his last 600,000.

Peisert called with 9Heart Suit9Diamond Suit and DeWitt was in trouble with KHeart Suit4Club Suit.

The board came ADiamond Suit7Diamond Suit7Club Suit6Spade Suit10Club Suit and DeWitt was eliminated. Peisert wins his first career bracelet and about half a million dollars.

 

Down to Heads Up: Jorg Killing It

Blinds: 30,000-60,000 with a 5,000 ante

Players Remaining: 2 out of 854

Chip Counts:

1. Jorg Peisert – 6,400,000
2. Michael Noda — 1,500,000

Average Chip Count: 3,843,000

Notable Eliminations:

5. Jason Somerville — $103,591
4. Michael Noda — $142,035
3. Benjamin Gilbert — $205,180

Elimination Hands:

Jason Somerville Eliminated in Fifth Place ($103,591)

Jason Somerville moved all in from the small blind with KDiamond Suit7Heart Suit and Jason DeWitt called with ADiamond Suit6Heart Suit.

The board helped neither player and Somerville was eliminated from his second final table of the Series.

Michael Noda Eliminated in Fourth Place ($142,035)

Jorg Peisert raised to 170,000 and Michael Noda reraised to 430,000.

Peisert reraised an unknown amount and Noda moved in. Pesiert snap called with JClub Suit10, for some reason and Noda turned over AHeart SuitQSpade Suit.

The board ran out KHeart Suit4Spade Suit2Spade Suit10Club Suit9Diamond Suit and Noda was eliminated.

Benjamin Gilbert Eliminated in Third Place ($205,180)

Benjamin Gilbert moved all in for 560,000 and Jorg Peisert called with AClub Suit8Heart Suit. Gilbert showed 9Spade Suit5Spade Suit and it failed to win when the board came ADiamond Suit7Diamond Suit7Heart Suit10Club Suit9Heart Suit.

 

Michael Katz Eliminated

Blinds: 25,000-50,000 with a 5,000 ante

Players Remaining: 5 out of 854

Chip Counts:

1. Jorg Peisert – 4,000,000
2. Michael Noda — 950,000
3. Jason DeWitt — 900,000
4. Benjamin Gilbert — 845,000
5. Jason Somerville — 815,000

Average Chip Count: 1,537,200

Notable Eliminations:

6. Michael Katz — $79,385

Elimination Hands:

Michael Katz Eliminated in Sixth Place ($79,385)

Jorg Peisert raised to 150,000 and Michael Katz moved all in for the fourth time in five hands.

Peisert called with pocket threes and Katz was well ahead with pocket fours. But the flop brought a trey, busting Katz from the tournament.

Player Tags: Michael Katz
 

Final Table Update: Karga Holt Eliminated In Seventh Place

Blinds: 25,000-50,000 with a 5,000 ante

Players Remaining: 6 out of 854

Chip Counts:

1. Jorg Peisert – 3,065,000
2. Jason DeWitt – 1,300,000
3. Michael Katz – 1,230,000
4. Benjamin Gilbert – 960,000
5. Michael Noda – 730,000
6. Jason Somerville – 400,000

Average Chip Count: 1,098,000

Notable Eliminations:

7. Karga Holt — $63,781

Elimination Hands:

Karga Holt Eliminated In Seventh Place($63,781)

Michael Katz raised to 76,000 from under the gun and the action folded around to Karga Holt in the small blind. He moved all in for over 500,000 total and the big blind mucked. Katz made the call and tabled KDiamond SuitQDiamond Suit while Holt was in dominating position with AHeart SuitKHeart Suit. Unfortunately for Holt, things can change pretty rapidly in this game, especially when the flop comes KClub SuitKSpade SuitQSpade Suit, as it did. Holt was stunned and needed an ace to survive. The turn was the JSpade Suit and the river was the 2Diamond Suit, offering no help and Holt was eliminated.

Player Tags: Karga Holt,   Michael Katz
 

Final Table Update: William Erickson Eliminated in Eighth Place

Blinds: 20,000-40,000 with a 5,000 ante

Players Remaining: 7 out of 854

Chip Counts:

1. Jorg Peisert — 1,900,000
2. Jason DeWitt — 1,620,000
3. Michal Katz — 1,164,000
4. Benjamin Gilbert — 960,000
5. Michael Noda — 730,000
6. Karga Holt — 635,000
7. Jason Somerville — 400,000

Average Chip Count: 1,098,000

Notable Eliminations:

8. William Erickson – $53,622

Elimination Hands:

William Erickson Eliminated in Eighth Place ($53,622)

William Erickson moved all in for 228,000 from early position and Jorg Peisert made the call from the small blind. Their cards:

Peisert: QHeart SuitQDiamond Suit
Erickson: AClub Suit10Heart Suit

Board: 8Spade Suit6Club Suit3Club SuitKClub Suit6Diamond Suit

Erickson was eliminated in eighth place on the hand. Peisert took the chip lead with close to 2 million.

Player Tags: William Erickson
 

Final Table Update: Super Slow Time

NOTE: The players are now on dinner break and they will return at 6:30 p.m. PDT.

Blinds: 12,000-24,000 with a 4,000 ante

Players Remaining: 8 out of 854

Chip Counts:

1. Jason DeWitt — 1,705,000
2. Michal Katz — 1,515,000
3. Jorg Peisert — 1,385,000
4. Benjamin Gilbert — 1,290,000
5. Michael Noda — 531,000
6. William Erickson — 400,000
7. Jason Somerville — 350,000
8. Karga Holt — 325,000

Average Chip Count: 960,750

Notable Eliminations:

None

Elimination Hands:

None

 

Final Table Update: Wes Watson Eliminated in Ninth Place

Blinds: 10,000-20,000 with a 3,000 ante

Players Remaining: 8 out of 854

Chip Counts:

1. Jason DeWitt — 1,750,000
2. Michal Katz — 1,700,000
3. Jorg Peisert — 1,423,000
4. Benjamin Gilbert — 1,310,000
5. Michael Noda — 470,000
6. Jason Somerville — 451,000
7. William Erickson — 315,000
8. Karga Holt — 240,000

Average Chip Count: 960,750

Notable Eliminations:

9. Wes Watson – $47,070

Elimination Hands:

Wes Watson Eliminated in Ninth Place ($47,070)

Jason DeWitt raised to 38,000 and Wes Watson reraisesd all in from the cutoff for 189,000. DeWitt made the call. Their cards:

DeWitt: KClub SuitJHeart Suit
Watson: 7Club Suit7Diamond Suit

Board: QHeart Suit4Heart Suit3Diamond SuitJDiamond Suit10Spade Suit

Watson was eliminated in ninth place on the hand. DeWitt grew his stack to 1,750,000.

Player Tags: Jason Dewitt
 

Final Day Update: 10 Players Remain

Blinds: 8,000-16,000 with a 2,000 ante

Players Remaining: 10 out of 854

Chip Counts:

1. Jason Dewitt — 1,500,000
2. Michael Katz — 1,350,000
3. Benjamin Gilbert — 1,200,000
4. Jorg Piesert — 1,005,000
5. Michael Noda — 623,000
6. Jason Sommerville — 560,000
7. Karga Holt — 465,000
8. Max Greenwood — 375,000
9. William Erickson — 262,000
10. Wess Watson — 135,000

Average Chip Count: 768,600

Notable Eliminations:

16. Vladimin Kochelaevskiy — $19,068
15. An Tran — $24,725
14. Joe Patrick — $24,725
13. Alex Millar — $24,725
12. Eric Lynch — $33,281
11. Thomas Applegate — $33,281

 

Final Day Begins at 1:00 PDT

It’s not the final table, but its close. There are just 16 players remaining in the $3,000 Triple Chance no-limit hold’em event.

The final day will begin at 1:00 PDT and the winner will walk away with $506,800. Leading the way is Jason DeWitt and he is joined by bracelet winner Max Greenwood and notables Mike Katz, Karga Holt, Jason Somerville, An Tran and Eric Lynch.

Here are the chip counts heading into the final day:

1. Jason DeWitt — 1,250,000
2. Alex Millar — 862,000
3. Joe Patrick — 520,000
4. Mike Katz — 440,000
5. Jorg Peisert — 435,000
6. Michael Noda — 420,000
7. Benjamin Gilbert — 375,000
8. Karga Holt — 375,000
9. Thomas Applegate — 320,000
10. Wes Watson — 320,000
11. Max Greenwood — 300,000
12. Jason Somerville — 290,000
13. An Tran — 280,000
14. Konstantin Sobol — 180,000
15. Eric Lynch — 175,000
16. Vladimin Kochelaevskiy — 125,000

 
 
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