WPT L.A. POKER CLASSIC (TV)

February 28-March 05 | Commerce Casino | Commerce, California
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Hand #46: Ray Henson Out in 10th Place ($73,640)

03:48 PM, 03/04/15

Hands #35-37: Igor Yaroshevskyy Doubles Thru Peter Tran

03:32 PM, 03/04/15

Hand #34: Zinno and Tran Get Into It a Bit

03:21 PM, 03/04/15

Hands #28-30: Anthony Zinno Doubles Thru Edward Ochana

02:52 PM, 03/04/15

Bonus Prize: Hublot Oceanographic 4000 Watch

02:36 PM, 03/04/15

Official Chip Counts: Final 10 Players

02:21 PM, 03/04/15

Updated Chip Counts: Final 10 Players

01:03 PM, 03/04/15

WPT Scores Three Wins at the American Poker Awards

12:23 PM, 03/04/15

Peter Tran Leads Again (4.12 million) w/12 Players Left

09:00 PM, 03/03/15

Peter Neff Doesn't Back Down From Peter Tran

08:46 PM, 03/03/15

The 2nd Annual WPT California Swing is Underway!

08:37 PM, 03/03/15

Official Chip Counts: Final 16 Players

07:09 PM, 03/03/15

DraftKings Wants to Send You to the WPT Seminole Hard Rock Poker Showdown

06:34 PM, 03/03/15

Coming Soon: WPTDeepStacks Mississippi

05:52 PM, 03/03/15

Official Seating & Chip Counts: Final 20 Players

05:25 PM, 03/03/15

Skrill Last-Longer Update: Six Players Left

03:52 PM, 03/03/15

Official Chip Counts: Final 25 Players

03:44 PM, 03/03/15

Win a Seat to WPT World Championship on ClubWPT

02:26 PM, 03/03/15

Joe Serock Out in 33rd Place ($30,900)

02:08 PM, 03/03/15

Official Chip Counts (Final 33 Players)

01:57 PM, 03/03/15

Daniel Negreanu Out in 35th Place ($30,900)

01:22 PM, 03/03/15

Official Seating & Chip Counts for Day 4

09:36 AM, 03/03/15

Peter Tran Leads Final 43 Players with 1,369,000

08:57 PM, 03/02/15

Daniel Negreanu's Strategy For the LAPC

08:36 PM, 03/02/15

DraftKings Qualifier Mark Darner Out in 53rd Place ($22,660)

07:29 PM, 03/02/15

Chris Klodnicki Makes David Tuthill's Life

06:11 PM, 03/02/15

Matt Berkey Eliminated on Money Bubble by Mike Leah

05:52 PM, 03/02/15

Save 25% on Monster Headphones with "WPT25"

05:32 PM, 03/02/15

WPT Scores 3 Wins at the American Poker Awards

04:39 PM, 03/02/15

The 2nd Annual WPT California Swing is Underway!

02:21 PM, 03/02/15

Skrill Last-Longer Update: 19 Players Left

12:33 PM, 03/02/15

Day 3 Seat Draw

01:19 AM, 03/02/15

Brent Hart Leads Final 120 with Huge Stack of 487,900

08:48 PM, 03/01/15

Coming Soon: WPTDeepStacks Jacksonville

08:12 PM, 03/01/15

They Came. They Played. They Were Conquered!

08:05 PM, 03/01/15

Mohsin Charania Eliminated by Brent Hart

07:55 PM, 03/01/15

Hey Mohsin, Have We Got a Deal For You!

06:59 PM, 03/01/15

Daniel Alaei Abandons His Stack for the Cash Games

06:35 PM, 03/01/15

WPT Flashback: LAPC Season XII

05:31 PM, 03/01/15

RFG Bounty Tourney on ClubWPT.com Starts at 6pm PT

05:22 PM, 03/01/15

DraftKings Qualifier Mark Darner Still Going Strong

04:21 PM, 03/01/15

WPT Flashback: LAPC Season XI

03:40 PM, 03/01/15

Skrill Last-Longer Update: 72 Players

03:11 PM, 03/01/15

Official Numbers: 538 Players, $5,164,800 Prizepool

02:22 PM, 03/01/15

RFG Bounty Tournament TODAY on ClubWPT.com

01:58 PM, 03/01/15

WPT Flashback: LAPC Season X

01:51 PM, 03/01/15

Last Chance to Enter the Skrill Last-Longer

01:25 PM, 03/01/15

ClubWPT Qualifier Stephen Galvin Eliminated

01:08 PM, 03/01/15

The 2nd Annual WPT California Swing is Underway!

12:48 PM, 03/01/15

ClubWPT Qualifier Stephen Galvin Survived a Tough Day 1

12:15 PM, 03/01/15

WPT Flashback: LAPC Season IX

12:06 PM, 03/01/15

Day 2 Table Draw

10:40 AM, 03/01/15

Peter Tran Leads 328 Day 1 Survivors with 209,000

09:15 PM, 02/28/15

Qualifiers From DraftKings.com in the Field

08:29 PM, 02/28/15

WPT Flashback: LAPC Season VIII

07:48 PM, 02/28/15

Royal Flush Girls Bounty Tourney on ClubWPT.com

07:40 PM, 02/28/15

Royal Flush Girls in the Balcony

07:17 PM, 02/28/15

WPT Flashback: LAPC Season VII

07:13 PM, 02/28/15

WPT Flashback: LAPC Season VI

05:51 PM, 02/28/15

ClubWPT Qualifier Stephen Galvin

05:44 PM, 02/28/15

WPT Flashback: LAPC Season V

04:46 PM, 02/28/15

Matt Stout Doubles Up

04:18 PM, 02/28/15

The Skrill Last-Longer Bonus Prize

03:52 PM, 02/28/15

WPT Flashback: LAPC Season IV

03:22 PM, 02/28/15

WPT Flashback: LAPC Season III

02:31 PM, 02/28/15

WPT Flashback: LAPC Season II

01:34 PM, 02/28/15

Photo: Shuffle Up and Deal!

12:49 PM, 02/28/15

WPT Flashback: LAPC Season I

12:23 PM, 02/28/15

Welcome to the WPT LA Poker Classic

11:50 AM, 02/28/15

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Hands #51-56: Final Nine Players

Level 25: 15,000-30,000, 5,000 ante

Hand #51  -  Anthony Zinno raises from the hijack to 75,000, Igor Yaroshevskyy calls from the cutoff, and Chris Klodnicki reraises from the button to 230,000. Zinno folds, and Yaroshevskyy calls. The flop comes AspadeKclub10heart, Yaroshevskyy checks, Klodnicki bets 175,000, and Yaroshevskyy folds. Klodnicki takes the pot.

Hand #52  -  Chris Klodnicki min-raises from the cutoff to 60,000, and Tim Cramer calls from the big blind. Both players check to the river on a board of Aheart10heart10spade7heart6club, Cramer checks, Klodnicki bets 65,000, and Cramer folds. Klodnicki takes the pot.

Hand #53  -  Anthony Zinno raises from middle position to 65,000, and Edward Ochana calls from the button. The flop comes KdiamondQclub6heart, Zinno bets 95,000, and Ochana folds. Zinno takes the pot.

Hand #54  -  Anthony Zinno raises UTG+1 to 75,000, winning the blinds and antes.

Hand #55  -  Igor Yaroshevskyy raises from middle position to 65,000, winning the blinds and antes.

Hand #56  -  Igor Yaroshevskyy raises from middle position to 65,000, and Peter Tran calls from the cutoff. The flop comes 9spade8diamond2diamond, Yaroshevskyy checks, Tran bets 165,000, and Yaroshevskyy calls. The turn is the Aclub, Yaroshevskyy checks, Tran bets 355,000, and Yaroshevskyy calls. 

The river is the 3heart, and both players check. Yaroshevskyy shows AspadeQspade to win the pot with a pair of aces, and Tran mucks.

Igor Yaroshevskyy  -  5,625,000  (187 bb)
Peter Tran  -  2,200,000  (73 bb)

Sorted In: Season XIII, L.A. Poker Classic, Commerce Casino
04:06 PM, 03/04/15

Updated Chip Counts: Final Nine Players

Level 25: 15,000-30,000, 5,000 ante

Here are the approximate chip counts after Hand #50:

Seat 1.  Anthony Zinno  -  2,020,000  (67 bb)
Seat 2.
Seat 3.  Igor Yaroshevskyy  -  3,660,000  (122 bb)
Seat 4.  Chris Klodnicki  -  1,425,000  (47 bb)
Seat 5.  Vladimir Dobrovolskiy  -  900,000  (30 bb)
Seat 6.  Edward Ochana  -  750,000  (25 bb)
Seat 7.  Tim Cramer  -  440,000  (14 bb)
Seat 8.  Peter Tran  -  2,850,000  (95 bb)
Seat 9.  Peter Neff  -  2,650,000  (88 bb)
Seat 10.  Mike Leah  -  890,000  (29 bb)

Sorted In: Season XIII, L.A. Poker Classic, Commerce Casino
04:02 PM, 03/04/15

Hands #49-50: Final Nine Players

Level 25: 15,000-30,000, 5,000 ante

Hand #49  -  Peter Tran raises from middle position to 65,000, and Igor Yaroshevskyy calls from the small blind. The flop comes Aheart9diamond8club, Yaroshevskyy checks, Tran bets 55,000, and Yaroshevskyy calls. The turn is the 5diamond, and both players check.

The river is the 6spade, and they check again. Yaroshevskyy shows 10spade10heart to win the pot, and Tran mucks.

Hand #50  -  Mike Leah min-raises from the hijack to 60,000, Igor Yaroshevskyy reraises from the button to 170,000, and Leah moves all in. Yaroshevskyy folds, and Leah takes the pot.

Sorted In: Season XIII, L.A. Poker Classic, Commerce Casino
03:59 PM, 03/04/15

Hands #47-48: Back-to-Back Chopped All-In Pots

Level 25: 15,000-30,000, 5,000 ante

Hand #47  -  Edward Ochana raises from middle position to 65,000, Tim Cramer moves all in from the hijack for about 420,000, and Ochana calls with AdiamondKdiamond. Cramer turns over AheartKheart, and unless somebody makes a flush, it'll be a chopped pot.

The board blanks out for both players, and it's a chopped pot.

Hand #48  -  Edward Ochana raises from middle position to 65,000, and Igor Yaroshevskyy calls from the big blind. The flop comes AdiamondJclub4spade, Yaroshevskyy checks, Ochana bets 85,000, and Yaroshevskyy calls. The turn card pairs the board with the Aspade, Yaroshevskyy checks, Ochana bets 130,000, and Yaroshevskyy calls.

The river card double-pairs the board with the Jheart, and Yaroshevskyy moves all in. Ochana calls with Aheart8club for a full house, aces full of jacks. But Yaroshevskyy turns over Aclub2club for the same hand, and it's a chopped pot.

Sorted In: Season XIII, L.A. Poker Classic, Commerce Casino
03:55 PM, 03/04/15

Hand #46: Ray Henson Out in 10th Place ($73,640)

Level 25: 15,000-30,000, 5,000 ante

Ray Henson
Hand #46  -  Ray Henson (pictured) raises UTG+1 to 65,000, and Peter Tran calls from the button.

Both players check to the turn on a board of Jclub9diamond8club3heart, Henson bets 85,000, and Tran calls.

The river card is the Qspade, Henson moves all in, and Tran calls. Henson shows A-A for an overpair, but Tran turns over Qclub10club for a flopped queen-high straight to win the pot and eliminate Henson from the tournament.

Ray Henson  -  Eliminated in 10th Place  ($73,640)

Sorted In: Featured Blog, Ray Henson, Hung Peter Tran, Season XIII, L.A. Poker Classic, Commerce Casino
03:48 PM, 03/04/15

Hands #43-45: Final 10 Players

Level 25: 15,000-30,000, 5,000 ante

Hand #43  -  Peter Tran raises under the gun to 65,000, Anthony Zinno reraises from middle position to 170,000, and Tran calls. The flop comes Jdiamond9diamond6diamond, Tran checks, Zinno bets 30,000, and Tran check-raises to 85,000. Zinno reraises to 155,000, and Tran tanks for a while before he folds.

Hand #44  -  Igor Yaroshevskyy min-raises from middle position to 60,000, winning the blinds and antes.

Hand #45  -  Mike Leah min-raises under the gun to 60,000, Vladimir Dobrovolskiy calls from the hijack, and Peter Tran reraises from the small blind to 360,000. Leah and Dobrovolskiy both fold, and Tran takes the pot.

Sorted In: Season XIII, L.A. Poker Classic, Commerce Casino
03:44 PM, 03/04/15

Hands #38-42: Final 10 Players

Level 25: 15,000-30,000, 5,000 ante

Hand #38  -  Mike Leah min-raises from the button to 60,000, winning the blinds and antes.

Hand #39  -  Everyone folds to Igor Yaroshevskyy, giving him a walk in the big blind.

Hand #40  -  Peter Neff raises from the hijack to 70,000, winning the blinds and antes.

Hand #41  -  Igor Yaroshevskyy min-raises to 60,000, and Vladimir Dobrovolskiy calls from the big blind. The flop comes 8diamond7spade4spade, Dobrovolskiy bets 80,000, and Yaroshevskyy calls. The turn is the 10club, Dobrovolskiy bets 175,000, and Yaroshevskyy folds A-K face up. Dobrovolskiy takes the pot.

Hand #42  -  Tim Cramer raises under the gun to 75,000, Anthony Zinno calls from the hijack, and Edward Ochana calls from the big blind. The flop comes Jclub10spade4diamond, and it checks to Zinno, who bets 125,000. Ochana calls, and Cramer folds.

The turn card is the 2heart, Ochana checks, Zinno bets 300,000, and Ochana folds. Zinno takes the pot.

Sorted In: Season XIII, L.A. Poker Classic, Commerce Casino
03:39 PM, 03/04/15

Hands #35-37: Igor Yaroshevskyy Doubles Thru Peter Tran

Level 25: 15,000-30,000, 5,000 ante

Igor Yaroshevskyy
Hand #35  -  Edward Ochana raises from the cutoff to 65,000, and Peter Neff calls from the big blind. The flop comes 6diamond5club2diamond, Neff checks, Ochana bets 90,000, and Neff check-raises to 255,000. Ochana calls. The turn is the 2spade, Neff checks, Ochana bets 230,000, and Neff calls.

The river card is the 10diamond, and both players check. Neff shows Qdiamond6spade to win the pot with two pair, sixes and deuces, and Ochana mucks.

Hand #36  -  Igor Yaroshevskyy min-raises from middle position to 60,000, Peter Tran reraises from the button to 160,000, and Yaroshevskyy folds. Tran takes the pot.

Hand #37  -  Igor Yaroshevskyy (pictured) min-raises UTG+1 to 60,000, Edward Ochana calls from middle position, Peter Tran calls from the cutoff, Mike Leah calls from the small blind, and Anthony Zinno calls from the big blind.

All five players see a flop of Qheart9spade5heart, and it checks to Yaroshevskyy, who bets 200,000. Everyone but Tran folds.

The turn is the 9club, Yaroshevskyy checks, Tran bets 300,000, and Yaroshevskyy calls.

The river is the 6spade, Yaroshevskyy bets 265,000, Tran moves all in, and Yaroshevskyy snap-calls all in for 1,165,000. Tran shows Jdiamond10heart (jack high), but Yaroshevskyy turns over QdiamondQclub to win the pot with a full house, queens full of nines.

Igor Yaroshevskyy  -  3,650,000  (121 bb)
Peter Tran  -  2,325,000  (77 bb)

With that pot, Igor Yaroshevskyy takes the chip lead away from Peter Tran for the first time in a couple days.

Sorted In: Featured Blog, Igor Yaroshevskyy, Hung Peter Tran, Season XIII, L.A. Poker Classic, Commerce Casino
03:32 PM, 03/04/15

Hand #34: Zinno and Tran Get Into It a Bit

Level 25: 15,000-30,000, 5,000 ante

Hand #34 - Anthony Zinno raises from middle position to 75,000, and Peter Tran calls from the big blind.

Tran checks in the dark as the flop comes Kheart7spade4club. Zinno checks behind.

The turn card is the 2spade, Tran checks, and Zinno bets 150,000. Tran check-raises to 350,000, using three purple (100K) chips and two red (25K) chips. Don't worry, this will be relevant information in a moment.

Zinno moves all in for 735,000, and Tran asks for an exact count. While the dealer is counting Zinno's stack, Tran holds his cards up kind of high, and one of his hole cards is clearly visible to the two players on either side of him -- Tim Cramer and Peter Neff.

Finally Tran says that he's going to make change or that he's "changing" or something like that, and he pulls back his bet to replace it with different denominations -- this time his bet of 350,000 is comprised of fourteen red (25K) chips.

Zinno is on the other side of the table, and he asks what just happened. He says it looked like a call, and he almost turned his hand over. Tournament Director Matt Savage is called over, and after he is brought up to speed on the situation, he rules that Tran technically hasn't acted on his hand yet. But it was misleading, and Savage gives Tran a warning.

Zinno wants additional clarifiication, because the move was very misleading in his eyes. Savage makes it very clear to Tran by saying, "If you do it again, you will receive a penalty, and it won't be just one round."

Tran thinks a bit longer before he folds, throwing his Kdiamond8diamond (pair of kings) toward the center of the table and saying, "Here, take my chips."

Zinno says something to Tran along the lines of, "Look, we all know that you shoot angles, and I think you were trying to shoot an angle here." Tran responds with, "I'm not an angle-shooter," but TD Savage quiets him with another warning.

Sorted In: Featured Blog, Anthony Zinno, Hung Peter Tran, Season XIII, L.A. Poker Classic, Commerce Casino
03:21 PM, 03/04/15

Hands #31-33: Final 10 Players

Level 25: 15,000-30,000, 5,000 ante

Hand #31  -  Peter Neff raises from middle position to 65,000, Chris Klodnicki reraises from the small blind to 190,000, and Neff folds. Klodnicki takes the pot.

Hand #32  -  Mike Leah min-raises from middle position to 60,000, winning the blinds and antes.

Hand #33  -  Igor Yaroshevskyy raises from the hijack to 75,000, Edward Ochana reraises from the small blind to 175,000, and Yaroshevskyy reraises to 350,000. Ochana quickly folds, and Yaroshevskyy takes the pot.

Sorted In: Season XIII, L.A. Poker Classic, Commerce Casino
03:04 PM, 03/04/15

 

CHIPCOUNT

NameChips
1
Igor Yaroshevskyy 3,660,000 
2
Peter Tran 2,850,000 
3
Peter Neff 2,650,000 
4
Anthony Zinno 2,020,000 
5
Chris Klodnicki 1,425,000 
6
Vladimir Dobrovolskiy 900,000 

Average Chip Count: 1,793,333
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Summary

Current Level:

25

Blinds:

15,000-30,000

Ante:

5,000

Players Remaining:

9 of 538

Time Remaining:

Payout Structure

Place Prize
1 $1,015,860
2 $701,350
3 $451,090
4 $333,680
5 $250,260
6 $200,830
7 $167,360
8 $133,370
9 $100,410
10 - 12 $73,640
13 - 15 $59,730
16 - 18 $51,490
19 - 21 $44,800
22 - 24 $40,170
25 - 27 $35,530
28 - 36 $30,900
37 - 45 $26,780
46 - 54 $22,660
55 - 63 $19,050

Blind Structure

Level Blinds Ante
1 50-100 0
2 75-150 0
3 75-150 25
4 100-200 25
5 150-300 50
6 200-400 50
7 250-500 75
8 300-600 75
9 400-800 100
10 500-1,000 100
11 600-1,200 200
12 800-1,600 200
13 1,000-2,000 300
14 1,200-2,400 400
15 1,500-3,000 500
16 2,000-4,000 500
17 2,500-5,000 500
18 3,000-6,000 1,000
19 4,000-8,000 1,000
20 5,000-10,000 1,000
21 6,000-12,000 2,000
22 8,000-16,000 2,000
23 10,000-20,000 3,000
24 12,000-24,000 4,000
25 15,000-30,000 5,000
26 20,000-40,000 5,000
27 25,000-50,000 5,000
28 30,000-60,000 10,000
29 40,000-80,000 10,000
30 50,000-100,000 15,000
31 60,000-120,000 20,000
32 75,000-150,000 25,000
33 100,000-200,000 25,000
34 125,000-150,000 25,000
35 150,000-300,000 50,000
36 200,000-400,000 50,000
37 250,000-500,000 75,000
38 300,000-600,000 75,000
39 400,000-800,000 100,000
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