Event 14: Max Le Doubles Through Hyon Kim

$570 Six-Max No Limit Hold’em
Level 22 – 8,000/16,000 with a 2,000 ante
Players Remaining: 6 of 274

Max Le moved all in on the button for 128,000 and Hyon Kim called out of the small blind.

Le showed AsJh and was flipping with Kim’s 7d7h. The flop was AdJc8s and Le took the lead with top two pair.

Kim needed a seven or runners to a straight, but came out dry and Le doubled up.

Max Le – 284,000 (17 bb)
Hyon Kim – 310,000 (19 bb)

Event 14: Izzy Patel – 7th Place ($3,830)

$570 Six-Max No Limit Hold’em
Level 22 – 8,000/16,000 with a 2,000 ante
Players Remaining: 6 of 274

Izzy Patel

Sean Shah raised from early position and Izzy Patel moved all in from the big blind for 156,000. Shah got a count from the dealer and thought for a few moments before calling.

Shah showed KsJc and needed a little help against Patel’s AdQh. The flop was Js5s4s, giving Shah a big advantage with top pair and a flush draw.

The turn was the 3s, which gave Shah the second nut flush and left Patel drawing dead to the 7h river. Patel was eliminated in seventh place for $3,830, and the rest of the table is credited with making an official final table.

Sean Shah – 780,000 (48 bb)
Izzy Patel – Eliminated

Event 14: Elilton Gouveia Leads Final 7 Players

$570 Six-Max No Limit Hold’em
Level 22 – 8,000/16,000 with a 2,000 ante
Players Remaining: 7 of 274

Event 14 Final Table

With the elimination of Stewart Newman in eighth place, the final seven players have taken their seats at the unofficial final table. Elilton Gouveia leads the way with 825,000 in chips and with one more elimination, the final six players will be credited with making the final table.

Here is a look at the seating arrangement and chip counts for the final seven players:

Seat 1: Izzy Ismail Patel – 203,000
Seat 2: Nissim Gozlav – 246,000
Seat 3: Sean Shah – 720,000
Seat 4: Sandy Sanchez – 663,000
Seat 5: Elilton Gouveia – 825,000
Seat 6: Max Le – 175,000
Seat 7: Hyon Kim – 510,000

Here is a look at the remaining payouts:

1st: $30,659
2nd: $21,594
3rd: $13,389
4th: $8,535
5th: $6,590
6th: $5,459
7th: $3,830

Event 14: Stewart Newman Eliminated in 8th Place by Elilton Gouveia

$570 Six-Max No Limit Hold’em (Single Re-Entry)
Level 21: 6,000/12,000 with a 2,000 ante
Players Remaining: 7 of 274

After several raises, Stewart Newman got all in for about 400,000 from under the gun against Elilton Gouveia in the big blind. Gouveia has the bigger stack and is in the lead with AcAd against Newman’s QhQs.

It was the biggest pot of the tournament and Newman took the lead on a flop of KsQd4d. Newman had middle set and the best hand, but Gouveia added some equity to his hand with the 8d on the turn, giving him the nut flush draw.

The As came on the river and Gouveia let out a celebratory yell after rivering a bigger set to eliminate the Team SHRP member. Newman earned $3,830 for his eighth place finish and the final seven players will combine to the unofficial final table.

Elilton Gouveia – 825,000 (68 bb)
Stewart Newman – Eliminated

Event 14: Brandon Shields Eliminated in 9th Place by Hyon Kim

$570 Six-Max No Limit Hold’em (Single Re-Entry)
Level 21: 6,000/12,000 with a 2,000 ante
Players Remaining: 8 of 274

Brandon Shields moved all in from under the gun for about 90,000 and Hyon Kim called out of the big blind. Shields showed Th9h and needed help against Kim’s AhJh.

The board ran out Qx7x4x2x8x and Shields was eliminated in ninth place. He took home $3,830 for his deep run and they are one more elimination away from combining to one table.

Hyon Kim – 515,000 (42 bb)
Brandon Shields – Eliminated