Championship: Shalom Elharrar Getting Very Short

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HAND #205  –  Shalom Elharrar limped for 200,000, and Sean Winter checked his option in the big blind. The flop came Jc9h6h, Winter checked, Elharrar bet 200,000, and Winter called. The turn card was the Ks, and both players checked.

The river card was the 2d, and they checked again. Elharrar showed 9c5h to win the pot with a pair of nines.


HAND #206  –  Sean Winter raised to 400,000, and Shalom Elharrar called. Both players checked to the river on a board of 8c7d3d8h9c. Elharrar showed Kd9d to win the pot.


HAND #207  –  Shalom Elharrar limped for 200,000, Sean Winter moved all in, and Elharrar folded.


HAND #208  –  Sean Winter raised to 400,000, and Shalom Elharrar called. Both players checked to the river on a board of 10h8d5dKc5s. Elharrar showed Qd9h, but Winter turned over QhJd to win the pot.


HAND #209  –  Shalom Elharrar limped for 200,000, and Sean Winter checked his option in the big blind. The flop came 5d3h2c, Winter checked, Elharrar bet 350,000, and Winter called. The turn card was the Ah, and both players checked.

The river card was the Kd, Winter bet 475,000, and Elharrar folded. Winter took the pot.


HAND #210  –  Sean Winter limped for 200,000, and Shalom Elharrar checked his option in the big blind. Both players checked to the turn on a board of 8d4d3d2s, Elharrar checked, Winter bet 200,000, and Elharrar called.

The river card was the Kd, and both players checked. Elharrar showed 8h6c to win the pot with a pair of eights.


HAND #211  –  Shalom Elharrar folded, giving Sean Winter a walk.


HAND #212  –  Sean Winter limped for 200,000, and Shalom Elharrar checked his option in the big blind. Both players checked to the river on a board of Qh9d6sKc7d, Elharrar checked, Winter bet 300,000, and Elharrar folded, showing one card — the 6h. Winter took the pot.


HAND #213  –  Shalom Elharrar limped for 200,000, and Sean Winter checked his option in the big blind. Both players checked to the turn on a board of Jh8h5d3h, Winter checked, Elharrar bet 300,000, and Winter folded. Elharrar took the pot.


HAND #214  –  Sean Winter limped for 200,000, and Shalom Elharrar checked his option in the big blind. Both players checked to the turn on a board of Qc10d5c7c, Elharrar bet 300,000, and Winter folded. Elharrar took the pot.


Sean Winter  –  30,925,000  (155 bb)
Shalom Elharrar  –  3,100,000  (16 bb)

$10K/$500K: Gal Yifrach – 12th Place ($29,205)

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Gal Yifrach moved all in for 85,000 preflop from the button, and Stephen Song called to cover him on the big blind. The two players then flipped over their cards.

Song: QhQs
Yifrach: Ad5h

Board: AcQd8d5c4h

Yifrach was eliminated in 12th place, good for $29,205, and Song stacked up 700,000 after collecting the pot.

$2,650/$1M: Jessica Dawley Wins ($204,610), Faraz Jaka Eliminated In 2nd ($142,880)

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Jessica Dawley

Faraz Jaka raised on the button and Jessica Dawley moved all in out of the big blind. Jaka called and was all in for about 1,600,000.

Jaka showed 8h8c and was in good shape against Dawley’s Ac2h.

The flop was Ad9s4d and Dawley moved into the lead by spiking a three-outer. Jaka needed an eight to keep the tournament going, but the Kd on the turn and the Js on the river secured Dawley’s victory.

Dawley earned $204,610 for her win and Jaka netted $142,880 for his runner-up finish.

Jessica Dawley – $2,650 No-Limit Hold’em Champion
Faraz Jaka – Eliminated 

Faraz Jaka

$10K/$500K: Aleksandr Shevelev – 13th Place ($25,270)

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Noah Schwartz raised to 14,000 preflop, Matas Cimbolas reraised to 38,000, and Aleksandr Shevelev called all in for 12,000 from the big blind. Schwartz got out of the way, and the two remaining players revealed their cards.

Cimbolas: KhJd
Shevelev: 8d8c

Board: KsJh2c9hAh

Shevelev was eliminated in 13th place, good for $25,270, and CImbolas stacked up 320,000 after the hand.

Championship: Sean Winter Extends His Lead

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HAND #196  –  Sean Winter limped for 200,000, and Shalom Elharrar checked his option in the big blind. Both players checked to the river on a board of AcQc9dKs6c, Elharrar bet 200,000, and Winter called. Winter showed Qd4c to win the pot witha pair of queens.


HAND #197  –  Shalom Elharrar limped for 200,000, Sean Winter raised to 700,000, and Elharrar called.

Both players checked to the river on a board of 9d6c2c8s3c. Winter checked, Elharrar bet 1,075,000, and Winter called. Elharrar showed Ks5s, but Winter turned over 7d6c to win the pot with a pair of sixes.


HAND #198  –  Sean Winter raised from the button to 400,000, and Shalom Elharrar called. The flop came 6d5d3s, Elharrar checked, Winter bet 250,000, and Elharrar called.

The turn card was the 7d, and both players checked. The river card was the 4d, and they checked again. Elharrar bet 600,000, and Winter called. Elharrar showed Ad3c to win the pot with a diamond flush, and Winter mucked.


HAND #199  –  Shalom Elharrar limped for 200,000, and Sean Winter checked his option in the big blind. Both players checked to the river on a board of Qs10h10d8d6d. Elharrar showed 6s5h to win the pot with two pair, tens and sixes.


HAND #200  –  Sean Winter raised to 400,000, and Shalom Elharrar called. The flop came Ah8h2c, Elharrar checked, Winter bet 250,000, and Elharrar called. The turn card was the 7d, and both players checked.

The river card was the 4h, and they checked again. Elharrar showed Qc10c, but Winter turned over Kc3c to win the pot.


HAND #201  –  Shalom Elharrar folded, and Sean Winter got a walk.


HAND #202  –  Sean Winter raised to 400,000, and Shalom Elharrar called. The flop came As10h3c, Elharrar checked, Winter bet 300,000, Elharrar check-raised to 600,000. Winter folded.


HAND #203  –  Shalom Elharrar limped for 200,000, and Sean Winter checked his option in the big blind. The flop came 10c7c5s, Winter checked, Elharrar bet 400,000, and Winter called. The turn card was the 3d, and both players checked.

The river card was the Jd, Winter bet 650,000, and Elharrar called with Jh4c for a pair of jacks. But Winter turned over Jc9s to win the pot with a pair of jacks and a higher kicker.


HAND #204  –  Sean Winter limped for 200,000, and Shalom Elharrar checked his option in the big blind. The flop came Ah7h3h, Elharrar checked, Winter bet 200,000, and Elharrar folded. Winter took the pot.


Sean Winter  –  31,225,000  (156 bb)
Shalom Elharrar  –  2,800,000  (14 bb)

$2,650/$1M: Faraz Jaka Doubles Up

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Faraz Jaka moved all in on the button for 815,000 and Jessica Dawley called out of the big blind.

Jaka showed Ah7d and was in the lead against Dawley’s Kd4h.

The board ran out 9c3h2sAc10s and the heads-up match continues.

Faraz Jaka – 1,730,000
Jessica Dawley – 7,900,000

Championship: Hands #193-195

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HAND #193  –  Shalom Elharrar limped for 200,000, and Sean Winter checked his option in the big blind. Both players checked to the turn on a board of 7s4c3h6s, Winter bet 200,000, and Elharrar called.

The river card was the 2c, Winter checked, Elharrar bet 300,000, and Winter called. Elharrar showed 6h5d to win the pot with a seven-high straight, and Winter mucked.


HAND #194  –  Sean Winter limped for 200,000, and Shalom Elharrar checked his option in the big blind.

Both players checked to the turn on a board of Js8c7cKc, Elharrar bet 200,000, and Winter called.

The river card was the Ad, Elharrar bet 500,000, and Winter called. Elharrar showed 6c5c to win the pot with a club flush.


HAND #195  –  Shalom Elharrar limped for 200,000, Sean Winter raised to 700,000, and Elharrar folded.


Sean Winter  –  28,600,000  (143 bb)
Shalom Elharrar  –  5,425,000  (27 bb)

$10K/$500K: Ali Imsirovic – 15th Place ($25,270)

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Remaining Players: 14 of 117

Ali Imsirovic was all in preflop for his last two big blinds, and he shoved with Q-5 in the hole. James Romero had him covered holding A-K, which held up to win the hand. Imsirovic was eliminated in 15th place, good for $25,270 in prize money. Romero stacked up 275,000 after the hand.

$10K/$500K: Jim Collopy Eliminated on the Bubble by James Carroll

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Jim Collopy

Jim Collopy moved all in preflop for 15,000 from middle position, and James Carroll called to cover him on the big blind. The two players then flipped over their cards.

Carroll: 10s2c
Collopy: AcQs

Board: Qd9c4d8cJh

Collopy was eliminated on the money bubble by a straight on the river, and Carroll stacked up 65,000 after collecting the pot. Every player remaining will now take home at least $25,270.