$360 Deep Stack No Limit Hold’em (Re-Entry) Level 12: 800/1,600 with a 200 ante Day 1E Players Remaining: 180 of 605
Cheri Beatty’s stack was up and down throughout the day as she bounced to three different tables after they broke. She hit her high point before getting mixed up with Yves Fequiere.
Beatty opened the action and he called in the small blind to see the flop. Fequiere check/called a flop bet then check/called against after the turn. He led out after the river and Beatty must have sensed something was up.
She called with aces but they were no good when she saw Fequiere chased with . The hand dropped her under 30,000 and she was gone soon after when her sevens couldn’t outrace .
$360 Deep Stack No Limit Hold’em (Re-Entry) Level 11: 600/1,200 with a 200 ante Day 1E Players Remaining: 216 of 605
The accounting is complete and Flight C officially drew 605 entrants to take the total up to 2,036 for Event 1 with one last flight at 6pm. The current prize pool is $610,800 but that will climb significantly before registration closes at 10:30pm.
$360 Deep Stack No Limit Hold’em (Re-Entry) Level 10: 500/1,000 with a 200 ante Day 1E Players Remaining: 250 of 605
The field continues to shrink quickly after registration closed for the flight and we are now one “Kevmath” short.
He hit a high-point of 29,000 at the first break but took a slide south the rest of the way. His final act came against SHRP team member Loni Harwood when his big slick could not outrace her pocket sevens. The hand sent Mathers out and moved Harwood up to 40,000.
Busto from the @shrpo $360ament: UTG 2.1x, @Luscious_Lon call in sb, I shove AKo in bb for 19 bbs, utg fold, Loni calls and I don’t improve.
$360 Deep Stack No Limit Hold’em (Re-Entry) Level 9: 400/800 with a 100 ante Day 1E Players: 605
Registration closed on the fifth flight of Event 1 leaving one more opportunity tonight at 6pm.
The unofficial entrant count for Flight E is sitting at 605 but we’re waiting on the official accounting to be complete. That would put the prize pool over $610,000 with a full flight to run it up.
Jon Borenstein was one of those late entrants, hopping in the game before the second break. He has some success here and it gave him momentum for a nice year-long run. Borenstein made an inaugural Big 4 final table last year and finished third in the $2,650 Freezeout then followed that up with a third place in this event during the 2016 Seminole Hard Rock Poker Showdown in March.collected the biggest score of his career when he finished eighth in the massive, massive-field WSOP Colossus II event for more than $115,000.
Borenstein finished up a great 12-month run when he collected the biggest score of his career with an eighth place finish in the massive, massive-field WSOP Colossus II event for more than $115,000.