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Buy-In: $520 + $80
Prize Pool: $237,120
Entrants: 456

$600 No-Limit Hold'em

  • Jan 19, '18 - Jan 21, '18
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Updates on Final Day (Jan 21, 18)

 
 

Vincent Moscati Wins ($54,540), Alexander Carmosino Eliminated In Second Place ($33,339)

Alexander Carmasino was all-in holding QSpade SuitJSpade Suit, but he was dominated by Vincent Moscati’s ASpade SuitQClub Suit.

The board ran out 8Heart Suit8Diamond Suit5Diamond SuitAHeart Suit10Spade Suit and Moscati finally claimed the last pot of the tournament.

Carmosino, who was a runaway freight train for most of the day, had to settle for second place and a payout of $33,339. Moscati takes home the title, the trophy, and the $54,540 first-place prize for an outright win.

Stay tuned for a recap of the day.

 

Carmosino Doubles

Moscati shoved the button and Carmosino called off his last 3,435,000 with pocket fives. They held against Moscati’s JSpade Suit8Diamond Suit on a board of KClub SuitQSpade Suit5Club Suit7Diamond Suit7Spade Suit.

Moscati still has a 2:1 chip lead in this never-ending heads-up battle.

 

Level 35

Blinds are up to 200,000-400,000 with an ante of 25,000.

 

Moscati Wins A 3.5 Million Chip Pot

Alexander Carmosino limped in from the button and Vincent Moscati made it 1,000,000 to go. Carmosino made the call and the flop brought the ADiamond Suit10Club Suit3Spade Suit. Moscati bet 750,000 and Carmosino called. The turn was the 3Club Suit and Moscati announced that he was all-in. Carmosino quickly folded and Moscati took down the pot of just over 3.5 million.

Carmosino was left with 4.1 million after the hand.

 

Moscati Doubles Back

In a limped pot, the two players saw a flop of 9Diamond Suit8Spade Suit4Club Suit. Carmosino bet 400,000, and Moscati rasied to 1,050,000.

Carmosino then moved all-in, and Moscati called his last 6,205,000 with JSpade Suit9Club Suit. Carmosino held 10Club Suit7Club Suit for a straight draw.

The turn and river came 10Diamond SuitQDiamond Suit and Moscati doubled up to take a 2:1 chip lead.

 

Level 34

Blinds are up to 150,000-300,000 with an ante 20,000.

 

Carmosino Gets Lucky To Double

Moscati raised the button and Carmosino shoved for 6,390,000. Moscati quickly called with AClub SuitKSpade Suit, and he was in great shape to win the tournament against Carmosino’s ASpade SuitQClub Suit.

The board fell AHeart Suit10Spade Suit4Spade SuitJSpade Suit7Spade Suit, however, and Carmosino doubled up, essentially trading spots with Moscati. Carmosino now sports a 2:1 chip lead.

Player Tags: Vincent Moscati
 

Alexander Carmosino Doubles Up

Alexander CarmosinoAlexander Carmosino limped on the button and Vincent Moscati checkd his option. The flop brought the JHeart Suit3Club Suit2Club Suit and Moscati checked. Carmosino bet 250,000 and Moscati made it 700,000. Carmosino then moved all-in for a total of 3,450,000 and Moscati made the call with the JClub Suit7Heart Suit. Carmosino was ahead with the KSpade SuitJSpade Suit. The turn was the 4Heart Suit and hte river the ASpade Suit to secure the double up for Carmosino, who now has 7,400,000. Moscati still holds the lead with 10,800,000.

Player Tags: Alexander Carmosino
 

Moscati Closing In

In a limped pot, the two player saw a flop of JHeart Suit8Club Suit4Heart Suit. Moscati checked and Carmosino bet 320,000. Moscati called and the turn was the 5Heart Suit.

Both players checked and the AHeart Suit hit the river. Moscati checked, and Carmosino bet 500. Moscati called with 8Heart Suit6Spade Suit for an eight-high flush, and Carmosino mucked.

Moscati now has 14,800,000 while Carmosino is sitting on 3,625,000.

 

Level 33

Blinds are up to 120,000-240,000 with an ante of 20,000. The final two have agreed to shorten the levels to 30 minutes each from here on out.

 
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