Event 11: Dewey Raines vs Jason Young

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Level 19: 5,000/10,000 with a 10,000 ante
Players Remaining: 6 of 231

Dewey Raines

Jason Young opened to 23,000 from the cutoff and Dewey Raines raised to 78,000 from the button. Young called.

The flop came Qs3s2s, Young checked, and Raines bet 50,000 winning himself the pot

Dewey Raines – 1,000,000 (100 bb)
Jason Young – 690,000 (69 bb)

Event 11: Kharlin Sued – 7th Place ($3,360)

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Level 18: 4,000/8,000 with a 8,000 ante
Players Remaining: 6 of 231

Kharlin Sued

Jason Young opened to 18,000 from under the gun and next to act Kharlin Sued moved all in for 146,000. It folded around to Young, who called.

Sued tabled QdJd and needed to improve against Young’s KcQh.

The board came 7d5s3s10h2d and Young’s king high held to eliminate Sued in 7th place.

Jason Young – 550,000 (69 bb)
Kharlin Sued – Eliminated in 7th Place ($3,360)

Event 11: Final Table is Set

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Players Remaining: 7 of 231

With the elimination of Uri Kadosh play has reached the final seven players.

Here’s how they stack up:

Seat 1: Kharlin Sued – 166,000
Seat 2: Dewey Raines – 1,028,000
Seat 3: Brock Wilson – 465,000
Seat 4: Manuel Suarez – 284,000
Seat 5: Michael Mizrachi – 659,000
Seat 6: Mark Dube – 372,000
Seat 7: Jason Young – 505,000

Here’s what they are playing for:

1st: $25,120 + Trophy
2nd: $17,095
3rd: $11,850
4th: $8,385
5th: $6,055
6th: $4,465
7th: $3,360

Event 11: 8th-20th Place Finishers

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Players Remaining: 7 of 231

Here are the most recent players who have been eliminated, leading up to the final table:

8th:  Uri Kadosh  –  $3,360
9th:  Cangir Elcin  –  $2,590
10th:  Nathan Pitts  –  $2,590
11th:  Amin Hosein  –  $2,040
12th:  Longsheng Tan  –  $2,040
13th:  Aaron Porter  –  $1,640
14th:  Roberto Berrocal  –  $1,640
15th:  Eric Brewster  –  $1,355
16th:  Timothy Forsberg  –  $1,355
17th:  Jonathan Marcu  –  $1,145
18th:  Devon Lynch  –  $1,145
19th:  Spencer Champlin  –  $990
20th:  David Prociak  –  $990

The final seven players are all guaranteed at least $3,360 each.

Event 11: Uri Kadosh -8th Place ($3,360)

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Level 18: 4,000/8,000 with a 8,000 ante
Players Remaining: 7 of 231

Dewey Raines

Uri Kadosh opened to 28,000 from under the gun and Dewey Raines defended his big blind.

The flop came 6d5c3s and Raines put Kadosh all in. Kadosh called with 7c6h but needed to improve against Raines’s 10s6s.

The turn 3c, and river 8d changed nothing and Raines’s ten kicker held to eliminate Kadosh in 8th place and create the final table.

Dewey Raines – 1,028,000 (129 bb)
Uri Kadosh – Eliminated in 8th Place ($3,360) 

Event 11: Dewey Raines Doubles Through Michael Mizrachi

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Players Remaining: 8 of 231

On a flop of QcJs4s with around 150,000 in the pot Michael Mizrachi checked.  Dewey Raines bet 50,000. Mizrachi put him all in and Raines called all in for 370,000 total with KdKc. Mizrachi needed to get lucky as he tabled AcKh.

The turn and river changed nothing and Raines’s pocket kings held to score a big double on the final table bubble.

Dewey Raines – 900,000 (113 bb)
Michael Mizrachi -660,000 (83 bb)

 

Event 11: Mark Dube vs. Jason Young

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Level 17: 3,000/6,000 with a 6,000 ante
Players Remaining: 10 of 231

Mark Dube opened to 14,000 from the cutoff and Jason Young called from the small blind.

Both players checked the KsQsQd flop. The turn brought the Kc, Young checked and Dube bet 11,000. Young called.

The river was the 6d, Young checked and Dube bet 30,000. Young called and Dube tabled the winning Kd9h.

Mark Dube – 250,000 (41 bb)
Jason Young – 610,000 (100 bb)

Event 11: Amin Hosein Eliminated by Michael Mizrachi

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Level 16: 3,000/5,000 with a 3,000 ante
Players Remaining: 10 of 231

Amin Hosein

A player under the gun opened to 10,500 and Michael Mizrachi called from middle position and Amin Hosein moved all in for 35,000. Both of his opponents called.

Both players checked the Ks8d6s flop. The turn brought the Kd and Mizrachi through out a blue 25k chip. His opponent folded. Hosein couldn’t beat Mizrachi’s 6d4d and he was eliminated in 11th place.

Michael Mizrachi – 465,000 (93 bb)
Amin Hosein – Eliminated in 11th place ($2,040)

After the elimination Hosein asked Mizrachi for a photo