WPT WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP (TV)

April 25-29 | Borgata | Atlantic City, New Jersey
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Defending WPT World Champion Keven Stammen Still in the Hunt With 23 Left

12:02 AM, 04/28/15

Corey Hochman Bubbles in 28th Place

10:35 PM, 04/27/15

Level 18 Begins on the Money Bubble (28 Left)

09:59 PM, 04/27/15

"Jack-Rainbow" is the Latest Poker Slang

09:50 PM, 04/27/15

Lee Markholt Eliminated by Zo Karim

08:39 PM, 04/27/15

Save 25% on Monster Headphones with "WPT25"

06:50 PM, 04/27/15

Coming Soon: WPTDeepStacks Iowa (May 1st-4th)

06:10 PM, 04/27/15

This Weekend: partypoker WPT Canadian Spring Championship

01:43 PM, 04/27/15

Day 3: Official Seating & Chip Counts

01:41 AM, 04/27/15

Michael Rocco Leads the Final 68 Players

12:19 AM, 04/27/15

Coming Soon: WPT Amsterdam (May 11th-16th)

10:51 PM, 04/26/15

David Tuthill Doubles Thru Jason Mercier

09:41 PM, 04/26/15

Team partypoker Pro and Retired NHL Player Ken Daneyko

09:15 PM, 04/26/15

Team partypoker pro Jamie Kerstetter Live on Twitch

06:44 PM, 04/26/15

Video: The WPT Players Party at Mixx Nightclub

06:40 PM, 04/26/15

Anthony Zinno: WPT Player of the Year!

06:23 PM, 04/26/15

This Weekend: partypoker WPT Canadian Spring Championship

05:24 PM, 04/26/15

Allen Kessler: "I Know I Beat You, But I Can't Beat Him"

05:19 PM, 04/26/15

Jake Bazeley Eliminated by Jason Mercier

05:09 PM, 04/26/15

Anthony Zinno Eliminated by Glenn Lafaye

04:52 PM, 04/26/15

Official Prizepool: $3,462,050

04:24 PM, 04/26/15

Coming This Summer: WPT500 at ARIA

03:43 PM, 04/26/15

partypoker Pro Jamie Kerstetter Talks About Twitch

02:03 PM, 04/26/15

ClubWPT Qualifier Jim McLaughlin

12:11 PM, 04/26/15

Eric Panayiotou Leads the WPT World Championship into Day 2

10:10 PM, 04/25/15

Daniel Negreanu Eliminated by Larry Ormson

09:25 PM, 04/25/15

Coming Soon: WPTDeepStacks Iowa (May 1st-4th)

08:57 PM, 04/25/15

Video: partypoker Qualifiers Tim Reilly & Michael Azzaro

08:00 PM, 04/25/15

The WPT's Top Two All-Time Money Winners: Carlos Mortensen and Daniel Negreanu

07:23 PM, 04/25/15

WPT Player Party Tonight @ Mixx (9 pm-11 pm)

07:01 PM, 04/25/15

Coming Soon: partypoker WPT Canadian Spring Championship

06:29 PM, 04/25/15

ClubWPT Qualifier Jim McLaughlin Eliminated

05:39 PM, 04/25/15

Save 25% on Monster Headphones with "WPT25"

03:52 PM, 04/25/15

Video: Welcome to the WPT World Championship at Borgata

02:53 PM, 04/25/15

WPTDeepStacks Player of the Year: Ryan Smith

02:09 PM, 04/25/15

The Beginning of the Final Event of Season XIII

11:22 AM, 04/25/15

Live Tournament Updates

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This Weekend: partypoker WPT Canadian Spring Championship

Level 10: 800-1,600, 200 ante

WPT Canadian Spring Champinoship
Season XIV of the World Poker Tour kicks off this weekend with the partypoker WPT Canadian Spring Championship, which will be held at the Playground Poker Club in Montreal from May 1st-6th.

The first WPT event of Season XIV will be a CAD $3,500 buy-in, though the preliminary events kick off this weekend with buy-ins as low as $150.

For more information, check out the WPT's tournament page by clicking here.

Sorted In: Featured Blog, PartyPoker, PartyPoker WPT Canadian Spring Championship, Borgata, Borgata Poker Open, Season XIII
05:24 PM, 04/26/15

Level 10 Begins (101 Players Left)

Level 10: 800-1,600, 200 ante

Tournament Area
The players return from break to begin Level 10, with increased blinds of 800-1,600 and a 200 ante.

The tournament clock shows 153 players remaining from a field of 239, with average chip count around 118,000 (73 bb).

There will be a 90-minute dinner break after this level (shortly after 6:45 pm), and action is scheduled to continue tonight until the end of Level 12 (shortly after 11:30 pm).

Sorted In: Borgata, Borgata Poker Open, Season XIII
05:24 PM, 04/26/15

Allen Kessler: "I Know I Beat You, But I Can't Beat Him"

Level 9: 600-1,200, 200 ante

Allen Kessler raises under the gun to 3,000, Mark Dube calls UTG+1, and Harrison Gimbel calls from middle position.

The flop comes Jspade5heart2diamond, and Kessler bets 6,800. Dube and Gimbel both call.

The turn is the 9spade, and Kessler and Dube both check. Gimbel bets 16,500, and Kessler calls. Dube check-raises all in, covering both players.

Gimbel goes into the tank for several minutes, until somebody calls for a clock. Gimbel eventually folds, and then Kessler folds AspadeAdiamond face up, and Dube takes the pot.

Kessler points to Gimbel and says, "I know I beat you, but I can't beat him."

Mark Dube  -  234,000  (195 bb)
Harrison Gimbel  -  69,000  (57 bb)
Allen Kessler  -  37,000  (30 bb)

Sorted In: Mark Dube, Harrison Gimbel, Allen Kessler, Featured Blog, Borgata, Borgata Poker Open, Season XIII
05:19 PM, 04/26/15

Jake Bazeley Eliminated by Jason Mercier

Level 9: 600-1,200, 200 ante

Jason Mercier raises to 2,600 from middle position, Jake Bazeley three-bets 6,800 from the hijack, Mercier four-bets to 16,400, Bazeley five-bets to 27,000, and Mercier six-bets all in for effectively 87,000-ish.

Bazeley tanks for a bit before he calls all in with QdiamondQclub, trailing Mercier's AdiamondAspade.

The board runs out Kheart6spade3spade7diamondKspade, safe for Mercier to score the elimination.

Jason Mercier - 190,000 (158 bb)
Jake Bazeley - Eliminated

Sorted In: Jake Bazeley, Jason Mercier, Featured Blog, Borgata, Borgata Poker Open, Season XIII
05:09 PM, 04/26/15

Recent Eliminations

Level 9: 600-1,200, 200 ante

Eli Berg, Scott Efron, Tyler Patterson, Joe Kuether, Mark Bailey, and Champions Club member James Calderaro have recently been eliminated.

Sorted In: Borgata, Borgata Poker Open, Season XIII
04:57 PM, 04/26/15

Anthony Zinno Eliminated by Glenn Lafaye

Level 9: 600-1,200, 200 ante

Glenn Lafaye raises all in for 8,400 from under the gun, Lazaro Hernandez calls from the hijack, Champions Club member and Season XIII POY leader Anthony Zinno calls all in for less from the cutoff, and Hans Winzeler calls from the smal blind.

The flop is Kdiamond6diamond4spade and Winzeler bets 12,000, resulting in a fold from Hernandez.

Winzeler shows KheartQdiamond, leading Lafaye's 10heart10diamond and Zinno's AspadeJheart.

The 10spade turn falls to give Lafaye a set of tens, and the Jdiamond river is no help to both Winzeler and Zinno, seuring the pot for Lafaye.

Glenn Lafaye - 35,000
Hans Winzeler - 85,000
Anthony Zinno - Eliminated

Sorted In: Featured Blog, Anthony Zinno, Hans Winzeler, Glenn Lafaye, Lazaro Hernandez, Borgata, Borgata Poker Open, Season XIII
04:52 PM, 04/26/15

Casey Yontz Doubles Thru Ray Qartomy

Level 9: 600-1,200, 200 ante

Casey Yontz moves all in for 15,000 from early position and Ray Qartomy calls. Yontz shows KclubQclub and is flipping against Qartomy's 9spade9club.

The flop is KspadeKheart3heart and Yontz takes a commanding lead. The turn is the Theart and the river is the 6spade to give Yontz a double up and put Qartomy on the wrong side of another flip.

Casey Yontz - 35,600
Ray Qartomy - 79,000 

Sorted In: Casey Yontz, Ray Qartomy, Borgata, Borgata Poker Open, Season XIII
04:39 PM, 04/26/15

Jake Schindler and Eddy Sabat Double Thru Joey Weissman

Level 9: 600-1,200, 200 ante

A series of raises leads to Eddy Sabat all in for 72,600, Jake Schindler all in for 103,300, and Joey Weissman having them both covered.

Sabat: AclubAspade
Schindler: AheartAdiamond
Weissman: QheartQdiamond

The board runs out Kheart10heart5heart2spadeJdiamond as Sabat fades Schindler's flopped heart draw and both player win off of Weissman.

Jake Schindler - 172,000 (143 bb)
Eddy Sabat - 128,000 (106 bb)
Joey Weissman - 38,000 (31 bb)

Sorted In: Eddy Sabat, Jake Schindler, Joey Weissman, Borgata, Borgata Poker Open, Season XIII
04:35 PM, 04/26/15

Official Prizepool: $3,462,050

Level 9: 600-1,200, 200 ante

Trophy and Money
The official prizepool information has been released, and with 239 players entering this event, the total prizepool is worth $3,462,050.

The final 27 players will finish in the money, guaranteed at least $31,297, and first prize is worth $973,683.

Here is the full list of payouts:

1st:  $973,683*
2nd:  $573,779
3rd:  $330,358
4th:  $267,764
5th:  $208,647
6th:  $173,873
7th:  $139,098
8th:  $104,324
9th:  $69,549
10th-12th:  $45,207
13th-15th:  $38,252
16th-18th:  $34,775
19th-27th:  $31,297

* First prize includes a $15,400 seat into next season's WPT World Championship.

Sorted In: Featured Blog, Borgata, Borgata Poker Open, Season XIII
04:24 PM, 04/26/15

Josh Kay Doubles Thru Anthony Gregg

Level 9: 600-1,200, 200 ante

Josh Kay checks from middle position on a flop of Aclub8diamond7diamond and Anthony Gregg bets 3,600. Kay check-raises all in for 19,700 and Gregg calls. 

Gregg shows 9club9heart and is behind Kay's AheartJheart. The turn is the Kheart and the river is the 3spade to give Kay a full double up, leaving Gregg with less than a big blind. 

Josh Kay - 43,500
Anthony Gregg - 700

Sorted In: Josh Kay, Anthony Gregg, Borgata, Borgata Poker Open, Season XIII
04:18 PM, 04/26/15

 

CHIPCOUNT

NameChips
1
Asher Conniff 1,275,000 
2
Ray Qartomy 1,176,000 
3
Keven Stammen 915,000 
4
Alexander Lakhov 884,000 
5
Brock Parker 865,000 
6
Jake Schindler 792,000 

Average Chip Count: 519,565
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Summary

Current Level:

18

Blinds:

5,000-10,000

Ante:

1,000

Players Remaining:

23 of 239

Time Remaining:

Payout Structure

Place Prize
1 $973,683
2 $573,779
3 $330,358
4 $267,764
5 $208,647
6 $173,873
7 $139,098
8 $104,324
9 $69,549
10 - 12 $45,207
13 - 15 $38,252
16 - 18 $34,775
19 - 27 $31,297

Blind Structure

Level Blinds Ante
1 75-150 25
2 100-200 25
3 150-300 50
4 200-400 50
5 250-500 75
6 300-600 75
7 400-800 100
8 500-1,000 100
9 600-1,200 200
10 800-1,600 200
11 1,000-2,000 300
12 1,200-2,400 400
13 1,500-3,000 500
14 2,000-4,000 500
15 2,500-5,000 500
16 3,000-6,000 1,000
17 4,000-8,000 1,000
18 5,000-10,000 1,000
19 6,000-12,000 2,000
20 8,000-16,000 2,000
21 10,000-20,000 3,000
22 12,000-24,000 4,000
23 15,000-30,000 5,000
24 20,000-40,000 5,000
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