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  1. Sunday's action at the 2019 World Series of Poker included the conclusion of the Seniors Event and a two-time bracelet winner picking up his third. Shaun Deeb spend Sunday building up a big chip lead in the $10,000 Dealers Choice and the one-and-only Phil Ivey bagged chips in an event to move on to Day 2. Howard Mash Wins Seniors No-Limit Hold'em Howard Mash turned 50 earlier this year, making him eligible for the WSOP Seniors Event for the first time. He made the most of his debut, winning the bracelet and $662,594 on Sunday night, beating the second-largest field the event has ever attracted. Mash managed to go from the short stack with four players left to champion only after surviving a comeback attempt by his heads-up opponent Jean Fontaine that necessitated an on-the-fly change in Mash's approach. "I changed my strategy, and I was trying to play small pots with him because I felt like I had an advantage. I tried to keep the pots as small as possible and just grind and grind him down," Mash said. "Then I made a couple of mistakes, I got a little too aggressive trying to end it. But I knew that I had an advantage so as long as I had chips I was in good shape." Mash, a financial advisor from Florida, cashed in the 2018 WSOP Main Event for $42,980. Fontaine earned $409,249 for his runner-up finish. Final Table Payouts Howard Mash - $662,594 Jean Fontaine - $409,249 James Mcnurlan - $303,705 Adam Richardson - $226,996 Donald Matusow - $170,887 Farhad Jamasi - $129,582 Samir Husaynue - $98,981 Mike Lisanti - $76,165 Mansour Alipourfard - $59,044 $1,000 Double Stack No Limit Hold'em Roars Into the Money The 2,327 players who made it through Day 1A and 1B of the $1,000 Double Stack No Limit Hold'em event combined on Sunday for Day 2 and after 10 60-minute levels, only 359 survived. Arianna Son leads with 2,363,000 but former #1 PocketFiver Ari Engel bagged up 16,83,000 for the eighth biggest stack. Among the notables moving on to Day 2 include Rex Clinkscales, Joseph Cheong, Steven van Zadelhoff, Jack Sinclair, Tim West, and Dylan Linde. After the bubble burst, there were 573 who made it into the money but not through to Day 3. This includes Chance Kornuth, Matthias Eibinger, Valentin Vornicu, Maria Lampropulos, Jeff Madsen, Dietrich Fast, TJ Cloutier, and Bryan Piccioli. Action resumes at Noon and will include 10 more levels of play. Top 10 Chip Counts Arianna Son - 2,363,000 Radoslav Stoyanov - 2,000,000 Ignacio Molina - 1,997,000 Enrico Rudelitz - 1,855,000 Unknown - 1,800,070 Romain Nussmann - 1,708,000 Eric Cruz - 1,690,000 Ari Engel - 1,683,000 Silvio Costa - 1,555,000 Robert Schmidt - 1,550,000 Shaun Deeb Leads $10K Dealers Choice with Five Left Reigning WSOP Player of the Year Shaun Deeb was hellbent on defending that title before the Series started. He's picked up six cashes so far, but on Sunday he took a giant step towards his fifth bracelet by finishing Day 3 of the $10,000 Dealers Choice event with the chip lead. Just four players stand between Deeb and the $312,417 first place prize money and 1,017 POY points. Deeb bagged 2,601,000 which puts him 703,000 ahead of the next closest competitor, Adam Friedman. Matt Glantz, Michael McKennea, and David Moskowitz round out the five remaining players. There were only six eliminations on Sunday including Jeffrey Lisandro in 10th, Bryce Yockey in eighth, Phillip Hui in seventh, and Nick Schulman in sixth. Final Table Chip Counts Shaun Deeb - 2,601,000 Adam Friedman - 1,898,000 Matt Glantz - 1,401,000 Michael McKenna - 1,038,000 David Moskowitz - 382,000 Justin Bonomo Headlines $3,000 No Limit Hold'em Shootout Final Table The second day of play in the $3,000 No Limit Hold'em Shootout event took the field from 40 players down to 10 after 10 four-handed tables each played down to a winner. The biggest name at the final table is Justin Bonomo, but he'll have to contend with Andrew Lichtenberger, Martin Zamani, and Alexandru Papazian if he wants to add a fourth bracelet to his collection. Players narrowly missing out on the final table included James Obst, Dario Sammartino, Jesse Sylvia, Rainer Kempe, Taylor Paur, and Kristen Bicknell. The final table begins at Noon PT. Final Table Chip Counts Jan Lakota - 623,000 Ben Farrell - 621,000 David Lambard - 621,000 Andrew Lichtenberger - 614,000 Alexandru Papazian - 609,000 Adrien Delmas - 609,000 Martin Zamani - 601,000 Weiyi Zhang - 599,000 Johan Guilbert - 599,000 Justin Bonomo - 591,000 Phil Ivey Moves Onto Day 2 of $800 No Limit Hold'em Deepstack Brazil's Jose Carlos Brito finished with the biggest stack at the end of Day 1 of the $800 No Limit Hold'em Deepstack event, but all eyes on Day 2 will most likely be on Phil Ivey. The 10-time bracelet winner ended Day 1 with 123,000 - 653,000 behind Brito's 776,000. Ivey's not the only big name Phil who bagged and tagged on Day 1. Phil Hellmuth also managed to finish with chips. He enters Day 2 with 231,000. Elio Fox, Manig Loeser, Brock Parker, Ismael Bojang, Kelly Minkin, Chris Moorman, and Kenny Hallaert are just some of the other notables that advanced to Day 2. The event drew 2,808 entries, of which just 671 survived. Play resumes at Noon. Top 10 Chip Counts Jose Carlos Brito - 776,000 Danny Ghobrial - 671,500 Ben Gilbert - 577,500 Dang Toan Nguyen - 555,500 Bruce Rosenberg - 535,000 Carlos Vasconcelos - 525,500 Jimmy D'Ambrosio - 525,500 Brandon Caputo - 514,500 Marco Bognanni - 512,000 Johann Ibanez - 509,000 Upeshka De Silva Wins Third Bracelet in $600 Online NLHE Bounty Event Upeshka De Silva was up late into the night Sunday, but it paid off handsomely when he beat Dave Nodes heads-up to win $600 Online No Limit Hold'em Bounty event for $98,262.73 from the prize pool and the third bracelet of his career. Nodes scored $60,092.28 for his runner-up finish. De Silva's first two bracelets came in 2015 ($1,500 No Limit Hold'em) and 2017 ($3,000 No Limit Hold'em Shootout). Final Table Payouts Upeshka 'gomezhamburg' De Silva - $98,262.72 Dave 'Dave419' Nodes - $60,092.28 davidas777 - $42,962.40 Pretabotones - $31,065.12 Turko - $22,748.04 P. Bateman - $16,854.48 johnsonck - $12,688.40 B3ndTheKnee - $9,583.92 BoatyBoatz8A - $7,380.72 Player of the Year Update Dan Zack now has eight cashes this summer and thanks to the124 points he earned on Sunday after busting the $1,000 Double Stack, he became the first player to move past 2,000 points. The group of three players closely following Zack, Scott Clements, Robert Campbell, and Daniel Strelitz each have between 1,597.26 and 1,642.02 points. RANK PLAYER POINTS 1 Dan Zack 2,093.00 2 Scott Clements 1,642.02 3 Robert Campbell 1,605.08 4 Daniel Strelitz 1,597.26 5 Stephen Song 1,503.76 Monday's WSOP Schedule
  2. Dates for the 2020 World Series of Poker were announced on Wednesday, and the 51st WSOP is scheduled for May 26 through July 15, 2020. The 2020 WSOP will once again be held at the Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, with 51 action-packed days of poker planned, despite the recent sale of the property. Although the full schedule of events is yet to be released, the WSOP did give the dates for the WSOP Main Event, the BIG 50, and the Seniors Championship. Main Event Scheduled for July 1-14 The 2020 WSOP Main Event runs July 1-14. It kicks off on Wednesday, July 1, for the first of three starting flights. The second and third flights are scheduled for Thursday, July 2, and Friday, July 3, respectively. Competitors to advance from either of the first two flights will resume action on Saturday, July 4, and those to advance from the third flight will play their Day 2 on Sunday, July 5. All remaining entrants will combine into one field on Monday, July 6. Play is scheduled to continue each day through Friday, July 10, when it is anticipated that the final table will be reached. The final players will have an off day on Saturday, July 11, before resuming the competition on Sunday, July 12. A winner is expected to be crowned on Tuesday, July 14. The 2020 WSOP Main Event will look to draw off the success that was delivered in 2019, when it attracted the second largest field size in the event’s history at 8,569 entries. It was only the second time ever that the field size for the WSOP Main Event topped 8,000 entries, and it was the fourth consecutive year that the Main Event field size increased. The 2019 WSOP Main Event winner was Hossein Ensan, who took home the mammoth $10 million first-place prize. [ptable zone="Global Poker Article Ad"][ptable zgone="888poker NJ"][ptable zone="GG Poker"] BIG 50 Scheduled for May 28-June 4 The beginning of the 2020 World Series of Poker will feature the incredibly popular $500 buy-in BIG 50 tournament. It’s the second year for this event and big things are expected after the 2019 edition absolutely shattered the record books with 28,371 entries. The 2020 WSOP BIG 50 is scheduled to start on Thursday, May 28, and wrap up on Thursday, June 4. In 2019, it was Femi Fashakin finishing in first place from the enormous field. Fashakin took home the lion’s share of the $13.509 million prize pool, winning $1.147 million. Seniors Champions Scheduled for June 18-21 The third event that WSOP officials did confirm in the announcement is the $1,000 buy-in, single reentry Seniors Championship. Scheduled to take place June 18-21, the WSOP Seniors Championship is open to all participants age 50 or older. In 2019, the WSOP Seniors Championship drew 5,916 entries. Howard Mash, a 50-year-old financial advisor from Florida was triumphant, scoring $662,594. Online Satellites Already Running At the time of the announcement, the start of the 2020 WSOP was five and a half months away, so there’s plenty of time to get ready for what should be another record-setting series. The 2019 WSOP was the biggest ever, with 187,298 total entries and more than $293 million in prize pool money generated. The 2020 edition is likely going to set new records, and part of the reason why is because online satellites are already running on WSOP.com in Nevada and New Jersey. Will Pennsylvania Be Involved? Pennsylvania could certainly be involved with the 2020 WSOP, at least to some capacity. With regulated online poker now up and running in Pennsylvania, the Keystone State could become a player when WSOP.com is up and running, although there is no WSOP.com online client available in Pennsylvania at the time of this announcement. When WSOP.com becomes available in Pennsylvania, we should expect there to be online satellites running that will function to qualify players for the World Series of Poker in Las Vegas. What we shouldn’t expect is for PA online poker players to be able to play in online gold bracelet events with players from Nevada and New Jersey from within Pennsylvania state lines. Although Nevada and New Jersey share player pools, Pennsylvania is not yet involved in any interstate compacts, so they’ll likely have to wait to compete for an online gold bracelet from within the State of Pennsylvania.
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