Event 4: John Miller Wins Another Three-Way Pot; John Gorsuch Eliminated

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Level 22: 10,000/20,000 with a 20,000 ante
Players Remaining: 17 of 349

John Gorsuch

Perhaps Table 33 was jealous of the huge three-way pot from Table 28 and wanted one of their own. There was a bit of ruckus and it happened again, this time between John Miller, John Gorsuch, and Adil Khan.

Miller: jsjd
Gorsuch: khkc
Khan: ahas

Three painted pairs and Khan had them both covered with the rockets. The 9d5h4h flop was harmless as was the tc turn. Miller sat back down when he hit the jh river for the big pot.

“Imagine if I had a bigger stack!” Miller joked.

Gorsuch was the shortest and was sent out in 18th and Khan took a small dip.

It was the second big run for Gorsuch this series after his third-place finish in Event 1.

John Miller – 890,000 (45 bb)
Adil Khan – 1,500,000 (75 bb)
John Gorsuch – Eliminated

Event 4: Two Table Lineups

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Level 22: 10,000/20,000 with a 20,000 ante
Players Remaining: 18 of 349

Table 34 is no more and their participants have been distributed among the last two table. Counts will be updated whenever the action slows down or they go on break in 30 minutes.

Our bet is on the break.

Table 28
Seat 1: Chris Bolek
Seat 2: Luke Graham
Seat 3: Josh Milrad
Seat 4: David Nowling
Seat 5: TK Miles
Seat 6: Josias Santos
Seat 7: Jose Reyes
Seat 8: Loni Harwood
Seat 9: Michael Newman

Table 33
Seat 1: Sheldon Gross
Seat 2: Ryan Gianquitti
Seat 3: John Miller
Seat 4: Victor Figueroa
Seat 5: John Gorsuch
Seat 6: Adil Khan
Seat 7: Joshua Zur
Seat 8: Steve Duncker
Seat 9: Mike Steinbacher

Remaining payouts:

1st: $111,196
2nd: $77,892
3rd: $50,078
4th: $32,431
5th: $24,997
6th: $20,678
7th: $17,354
8th: $14,213
9th: $11,119
10th – 12th: $9,371
13th – 15th: $7,957
16th – 18th: $6,570

Event 4: David Nowling Knocks Out Two; Two Tables Remain

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Level 22: 10,000/20,000 with a 20,000 ante
Players Remaining: 18 of 349

David Nowling

The craziness continued after dinner. Less than halfway through the post-dinner level, the Main Event is down to two tables.

The biggest hand saw Chris Bolek open the action, David Page moved all in for 520,000 and Antonio Fernandez called all in for less. David Nowling called having both of them covered and Bolek went away.

Nowling: asad
Page: kdkh
Fernandez: ahks

A huge hand with three monsters which Nowling was dominating. He never had a sweat as the board ran qd4d2s9h7d to send two players out and push him up to 1,455,000.

While those two were going out, Devon Workman and Ronald Young were eliminated from their tables to send the field down to 18.

This was a great result for Young who earned his seat in the Main Event by winning the May Big Stack Special event.

19th: Ronald Young – $5,471
20th: Devon Workman – $5,471
21st: David Page – $5,471
22nd: Antonio Page – $4,439
23rd: Howard Mash – $4,439
24th: Tony Utnage – $4,439
25th: Jake Schwartz – $3,848

Event 4: Loni Harwood Storms Ahead

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Level 22: 10,000/20,000 with a 20,000 ante
Players Remaining: 22 of 349

Loni Harwood

Loni Harwood has been the most active player since the dinner break and the action moved her to the top of the counts. She sent Jake Schwartz out after dinner, followed by Tony Utnage, and then she took a big chunk of Antonio Fernandez.

The last one had Harwood betting 300,000 with the board complete and reading th7s5hjs2s. Fernandez thought for a few minutes, cut out some chips, and called. Harwood tabled the nut flush asks and Fernandez gave up his hand.

Loni Harwood – 2,415,000 (121 bb)
Antonio Fernandez – 485,000 (24 bb)

Event 4: Back from Dinner; Mash and Newman Double

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Level 22: 10,000/20,000 with a 20,000 ante
Players Remaining: 24 of 349

Adil Khan leads after the dinner break

As expected after dinner, there was a flurry of activity that created two doubles and a knockout.

Howard Mash moved all in for 215,000 and Ryan Gianquitti called. Mash was ahead with 5c5d against adqc and won the race to double up.

On Table 34, Michael Newman moved all in for 190,000 after a 9s7d3d flop and Victor Figueroa called. Newman’s 4h4c was ahead of adqs and the 7c turn and 7s river gave him the double.

While those two hands were happening, Jake Schwartz was eliminated in 25th place by Loni Harwood.

Event 4: Dinner Time Counts

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Returning to Level 22: 10,000/20,000 with a 20,000 ante
Players Remaining: 25 of 349

Players have about 15 minutes remaining on their dinner break before they return to the poker room to play it out for the Main Event title. Adil Khan is the new leader as TK Miles drops one spot and we have five players with 20 big blinds or less.

Levels will switch to 90 minutes when they return.

Table 28
Seat 1: Chris Bolek – 1,015,000 (51 bb)
Seat 2: David Page – 435,000 (22 bb)
Seat 3: Antonio Fernandez – 1,015,000 (51 bb)
Seat 4: David Nowling – 625,000 (31 bb)
Seat 5: — Empty —
Seat 6: Jake Schwartz – 390,000 (20 bb)
Seat 7: Jose Reyes – 820,000 (41 bb)
Seat 8: Loni Harwood – 610,000 (31 bb)
Seat 9: Tony Utnage – 575,000 (29 bb)

Table 33 – ( bb)
Seat 1: Devon Workman – 430,000 (22 bb)
Seat 2: Ryan Gianquitti – 515,000 (26 bb)
Seat 3: John Miller – 470,000 (24 bb)
Seat 4: — Empty —
Seat 5: John Gorsuch – 260,000 (13 bb)
Seat 6: Adil Khan – 1,405,000 (70 bb)
Seat 7: Joshua Zur – 365,000 (18 bb)
Seat 8: Steve Duncker – 820,000 (41 bb)
Seat 9: Howard Mash – 215,000 (11 bb)

Table 34
Seat 1: Josias Santos – 430,000 (22 bb)
Seat 2: Mike Steinbacher – 990,000 (50 bb)
Seat 3: Ronald Young – 1,045,000 (52 bb)
Seat 4: TK Miles – 1,200,000 (60 bb)
Seat 5: Luke Graham – 660,000 (33 bb)
Seat 6: Michael Newman – 305,000 (15 bb)
Seat 7: Sheldon Gross – 750,000 (38 bb)
Seat 8: Victor Figueroa – 745,000 (37 bb)
Seat 9: Josh Milrad – 1,065,000 (53 bb)

  1. Adil Khan – 1,405,000 (70 bb)
  2. TK Miles – 1,200,000 (60 bb)
  3. Josh Milrad – 1,065,000 (53 bb)
  4. Ronald Young – 1,045,000 (52 bb)
  5. Chris Bolek – 1,015,000 (51 bb)
  6. Antonio Fernandez – 1,015,000 (51 bb)
  7. Mike Steinbacher – 990,000 (50 bb)
  8. Jose Reyes – 820,000 (41 bb)
  9. Steve Duncker – 820,000 (41 bb)
  10. Sheldon Gross – 750,000 (38 bb)
  11. Victor Figueroa – 745,000 (37 bb)
  12. Luke Graham – 660,000 (33 bb)
  13. David Nowling – 625,000 (31 bb)
  14. Loni Harwood – 610,000 (31 bb)
  15. Tony Utnage – 575,000 (29 bb)
  16. Ryan Gianquitti – 515,000 (26 bb)
  17. John Miller – 470,000 (24 bb)
  18. David Page – 435,000 (22 bb)
  19. Devon Workman – 430,000 (22 bb)
  20. Josias Santos – 430,000 (22 bb)
  21. Jake Schwartz – 390,000 (20 bb)
  22. Joshua Zur – 365,000 (18 bb)
  23. Michael Newman – 305,000 (15 bb)
  24. John Gorsuch – 260,000 (13 bb)
  25. Howard Mash – 215,000 (11 bb)

Remaining payouts:

1st: $111,196
2nd: $77,892
3rd: $50,078
4th: $32,431
5th: $24,997
6th: $20,678
7th: $17,354
8th: $14,213
9th: $11,119
10th – 12th: $9,371
13th – 15th: $7,957
16th – 18th: $6,570
19th – 21st: $5,471
22nd – 24th: $4,439
25th: $3,848

Event 4: Dinner Break

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Level 21: 8,000/16,000 with a 16,000 ante
Players Remaining: 25 of 349

Bill Farnan

Only one elimination over the 30 minutes before dinner break and it was Event 1 final table member Bill Farnan.

The 25 remaining players are now on a 40-minute dinner break and levels will go up to 90 minutes long when they return.

Event 4: TK Miles Takes the Lead

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Level 21: 8,000/16,000 with a 16,000 ante
Players Remaining: 26 of 349

TK Miles

There’s been little action over the last 30 minutes since the three-table redraw. A short-stacked Jeffrey Bohanek went out in 27th but it’s been pretty smooth sailing for everyone else.

Except for TK Miles. He’s been quietly moving his stack higher and Luke Graham moved to his left. No Miles is the chip leader with 1,536,000 while Graham has dropped back to the field.

Event 6: Last Turbo

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Level 1: 100/100

We’ve almost reached the end of the May Deep Stack Poker Series and today is the last to play a turbo during the series. This is the third of three and it will cruise right along.

Event 6 has a $10,000 Guarantee and a turbo structure to get it moving. They’ll start out with 20,000 deep stacks and the tournament will have 15-minute levels throughout. Late registration and unlimited re-entries are available until the start of Level 13 around 9:25pm and they will play it out from there.

The turbo kicks off at 6pm in the poker room and the one-day tournament will end with another trophy winner.

  • $10,000 Guaranteed Prize Pool
  • Players begin with 20,000 in chips and 15-minute levels
  • Late registration available until start of Level 13
  • Single ante will be paid from the big blind for the entire table
  • This is a one-day tournament and plays until completion
  • Event 6 Structure Sheet

Event 4: Down to Three Tables

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Level 20: 6,000/12,000 with a 12,000 ante
Players Remaining: 27 of 349

Jonathan Hilton

We had five more quick eliminations before Level 20 came to an end including 2013 WSOP National Champion Jonathan Hilton.

Tournament staff paused the clock and players are redrawing for seats at the last three tables of the Main Event.

28th: Jerry Silva – $3,246
29th: Jesse Letchworth – $3,246
30th: Forrest Raleigh – $3,246
31st: Pasquale Caiazza – $3,246
32nd: Jonathan Hilton – $3,246