Event 14: David Prociak Continuing to Chip Up

$300 HORSE
Level 17: 6,000/12,000 Limits, 1,000 Ante, 2,000 bring-in
Players Remaining: 5 of 59

Seven Card Stud Hi-Lo

David Prociak: Ac3sAh3d
Eric Rivkin: 6s8d9cJs
Peter Cleven: 3h7cQd/FOLD

Peter Cleven was the bring-in with a three and Daivd Prociak completes with an ace. Eric Rivkin calls with a six and Cleven defends his bring-in.

Prociak kept the betting lead with ace-high and bet. Rivkin raised, Cleven called, and Prociak called.

On sixth, Prociak paired his aces, Rivkin hit a nine, and Cleven hit a queen. Prociak bet, Rivkin called, and Cleven folded. Prociak hit a three to show two pair on sixth, while Rivkin hit a jack.

Prociak bet and Rivkin folded. Prociak mucked his hand and crosses the 300,000 chip mark. He holds a massive chip lead over the other four players remaining.

David Prociak – 300,000
Eric Rivkin – 50,000

Event 14: Brandon Berkenfeld Eliminated in 6th Place ($903)

$300 HORSE
Level 16: 5,000/10,000 Limits, 1,000 Ante, 1,500 bring-in
Players Remaining: 5 of 59

Seven Card Stud

Brandon Berkenfeld
Brandon Berkenfeld

Brandon Berkenfeld: 9h6c3dAd
David Prociak: 6hTh8dQd

David Prociak had the betting lead on fifth with ten-high and bet. Brandon Berkenfeld quickly raised and Prociak called.

On sixth, Berkenfeld hit an ace and took the lead. He bet and Prociak called. Berkenfeld bet his last 2,500 in the dark.

“I got to get there,” said Prociak as he sweat his river card. “I call. I made a straight.”

Prociak tabled 7c5s4d in the hole to give him an eight-high straight and the pot. Berkenfeld was eliminated in sixth place and took home $903 for his efforts.

Prociak dragged the pot and moved over 200,000 in chips as the tournament takes a 10-minute break.

David Prociak – 225,000
Brandon Berkenfeld – Eliminated

Event 14: David May Doubles Through Peter Cleven

$300 HORSE
Level 16: 5,000/10,000 Limits, 1,000 Ante, 1,500 bring-in
Players Remaining: 6 of 59

Razz

David May: 3x4x / 5xTx9x4x / Kx
Peter Cleven: Qx3x / 2x3x9x6x / Jx

David May got all in on fourth street with T-5-4-3 and was in the lead against Peter Cleven’s Q-3-2-3.

The cards are turned face-up on fourth and the boards run with May making a ten-nine low against Cleven’s jack-nine low.

David May – 52,000
Peter Cleven – 185,000

Event 14: Sandy Sanchez Eliminated in 8th Place ($602) and Dan Chambers Eliminated in 7th Place ($752)

$300 HORSE
Level 16: 5,000/10,000 Limits, 1,000 Ante, 1,500 bring-in
Players Remaining: 6 of 59

Omaha Hi-Lo

Sandy Sanchez
Sandy Sanchez

Dan Chambers moved all in for 7,500 from early position and David Prociak called from the cutoff. Sandy Sanchez called from the small blind and was all in for 7,000. Peter Cleven called from the big blind and there were two players all in with four players heading to a flop.

There was 1,500 in a side pot and any further action between Prociak and Cleven would create a second side pot.

Action gets checked to the river as the board runs out AcQd5h5c3d. Cleven checked and Prociak bet. Cleven folded and Prociak tabled 9c4h4d2h.

Prociak rivered the wheel and both Sanchez and Chambers mucked their hands. They were briefly exposed by the dealer since it was an all in pot, but neither could top a wheel.

Prociak dragged the pot and eliminated two players in one hand. Since Chambers was the bigger stack, he will take home $752 for seventh place and Sanchez earned $602 for eighth place.

Dan Chambers
Dan Chambers

David Prociak – 172,000
Dan Chambers – Eliminated
Sandy Sanchez – Eliminated

 

Event 14: More For David Prociak

$300 HORSE
Level 15: 4,000/8,000 Limits, 1,000 Ante, 1,000 bring-in
Players Remaining: 8 of 59

Omaha Hi-Lo

David Prociak raised from middle position and Peter Cleven called on the button. Dan Chambers defended his big blind and they were three-handed to a flop of QhJd4d.

Chambers checked, Prociak bet, Cleven raised, and Chambers folded. Prociak called and the 9s came on the turn. Prociak checked, Cleven bet, and Prociak called.

The river was the 9h and Prociak bet. Cleven called. Prociak showed AhKs9h2d and Cleven mucked his hand.

David Prociak – 130,000
Peter Cleven – 210,000