2016 SHRPO Live Updates

Event 4: Stuart Greenbaum Eliminated in 4th Place ($7,508)

$1,100 No Limit Hold’em (Re-Entry) 
Level 19: 2,500/5,000 with a 500 ante
Players Remaining: 4 of 86

Stuart Greenbaum
Stuart Greenbaum

Oscar Trestini opened to 12,000 under the gun, and Loni Harwood called on the button. From the big blind, Stuart Greenbaum three-bet shoved for 27,000 total, and both opponents called to put him at risk.

The two live players checked through the AhKsQs flop. The turn was the Js. Trestini checked again, Harwood bet 25,000, and Trestini folded. With Greenbaum at risk, the hands were shown down.

Harwood: AdTs
Greenbaum: Jc9d

The best Greenbaum could hope for was a ten to get him half of the pot, but the 8d river left him with nothing. Harwood won the pot with Broadway, eliminating Greebaum in fourth place.

Loni Harwood – 340,000 (68 bb)
Stuart Greenbaum – Eliminated

Event 4: Oscar Trestini Doubles Through Stuart Greenbaum

$1,100 No Limit Hold’em (Re-Entry) 
Level 19: 2,500/5,000 with a 500 ante
Players Remaining: 4 of 86

Oscar Trestini and Stuart Greenbaum engaged in a preflop raising war that left Trestini all in for 243,500.

Trestini: QsQd
Greenbaum: AsQc

The board ran out 9d6s3cJhJc, and Trestini’s queens held to earn him the double. He took a significant chip lead with that big pot, leaving Greebaum dangerously short on chips.

Oscar Trestini – 494,000 (99 bb)
Stuart Greenbaum – 32,000 (6 bb)

Event 4: Barry Pevner Doubles Through Oscar Trestini

$1,100 No Limit Hold’em (Re-Entry) 
Level 19: 2,500/5,000 with a 500 ante
Players Remaining: 4 of 86

Oscar Trestini opened the button with a raise, and Barry Pevner defended his big blind.

The flop was 9h7d6d. Pevner checked, Trestini continued for 12,000, and Pevner check-raised all in for 104,500 total. Trestini called to put him at risk.

Trestini: 7h8h
Pevner: As9c

Pevner’s top pair held as the Qh turn and Jd river completed the board, and he doubled up. All four players are now within a couple big blind of each other, each of them sitting with just about 250,000 chips.

Barry Pevner – 260,000 (52 bb)
Oscar Trestini – 245,000 (49 bb)

Event 4: Richard Leger Eliminated in 5th Place ($5,839)

$1,100 No Limit Hold’em (Re-Entry) 
Level 18: 2,000/4,000 with a 500 ante
Players Remaining: 5 of 86

Richard Leger
Richard Leger

Richard Leger opened the button to 9,000, and Oscar Trestini three-bet to 26,000 in the small blind. Leger called.

The flop was KdTh9d. Trestini moved all in with his big stack, and Leger instantly called all in for his last 50,000, putting himself at risk.

Leger: AdTd (pair of tens, flush draw)
Trestini: JsJc (pair of jacks)

The Kh turn and 8s river completed the board, keeping Trestini’s jacks in front. He won the pot, eliminating Leger in fifth place.

Oscar Trestini – 400,000 (100 bb)
Richard Leger – Eliminated

Event 4: Mark Smith Eliminated in 6th Place ($5,005)

$1,100 No Limit Hold’em (Re-Entry) 
Level 18: 2,000/4,000 with a 500 ante
Players Remaining: 6 of 86

Mark Smith
Mark Smith

Mark Smith (small blind) and Oscar Trestini (under the gun) were involved in a heads-up pot on a 7s6s4s flop. Smith led out with a bet, Trestini raised, and Smith called, leaving about 25,000 chips behind.

The turn was the Ad. Smith checked, Trestini moved all in, and Smith committed the remainder of his stack to put himself at risk.

Trestini: KsJs
Smith: AsTh

Trestini had flopped a king-high flush, but Smith was drawing live to a superior ace-high flush. The river was the blank 8c, though, and Smith could not catch up. Trestini won the pot, sending Smith to the payout desk in sixth place.

Oscar Trestini – 310,000 (78 bb)
Mark Smith – Eliminated