2016 SHRPO Live Updates

Event 4: John Swope Eliminated in 7th Place ($4,171)

$1,100 No Limit Hold’em (Re-Entry) 
Level 18: 2,000/4,000 with a 500 ante
Players Remaining: 7 of 86

John Swope
John Swope

John Swope open-shoved the button for 36,500, and Richard Leger called from the big blind to put him at risk.

Swope: KdJs
Leger: AsJd

The board ran out 8d6s6c8cTc, and Leger’s ace played to earn him the knockout. Swope was eliminated in seventh place.

Richard Leger – 98,000 (25 bb)
John Swope – Eliminated

Event 4: T.K. Miles Eliminated in 8th Place ($3,337)

$1,100 No Limit Hold’em (Re-Entry) 
Level 18: 2,000/4,000 with a 500 ante
Players Remaining: 8 of 86

T.K. Miles
T.K. Miles

On a Ts9s8s flop, T.K. Miles got the last 42,000 of his chips into the pot against Barry Pevner, who had Miles covered.

Miles: QhJs
Pevner: AsJh

It was quite a flop for Miles, who had the nut straight and a straight-flush draw. Pevner prevailed, though, as the 6s and 5h completed the board to give him a superior flush.

Miles was eliminated in eighth place.

Barry Pevner – 135,000 (34 bb)
T.K. Miles – Eliminated

Event 4: Drew Johnson Eliminated in 9th Place ($2,503)

$1,100 No Limit Hold’em (Re-Entry) 
Level 18: 2,000/4,000 with a 500 ante
Players Remaining: 9 of 86

Drew Johnson
Drew Johnson

Drew Johnson just arrived to the table, and he wasted no time getting the rest of his short stack into the middle. Stuart Greenbaum opened to 9,000 in middle position, and Johnson three-bet shoved for just over 20,000 in the big blind. Greenbaum called to put him at risk.

Greenbaum: As5s
Johnson: KsTh

The board ran out 5d2d2s6d8s, and Greenbaum won the pot with two pair. Johnson was eliminated in ninth place.

Stuart Greenbaum – 260,000 (65 bb)
Drew Johnson – Eliminated

Event 4: Stuart Greenbaum Finds Action with Aces

$1,100 No Limit Hold’em (Re-Entry) 
Level 18: 2,000/4,000 with a 500 ante
Players Remaining: 9 of 86

Action folded around to the blinds where Stuart Greenbaum raised to 9,000 in the small and John Swope defended his big.

The flop was AsKcQd, and both players checked. The turn was the 7c. Greenbaum bet 10,000, and Swope called. The river was the 8c, and Greenbaum bet 20,000.

“Shit,” Swope said after a minute. He had 77,000 chips left in front of him, so the call represented a significant portion of his remaining stack. After a couple minutes, he called.

Greenbaum showed AcAh, winning the pot with a set of aces.

Stuart Greenbaum – 232,000 (58 bb)
John Swope – 57,000 (14 bb)