Michael Addamo continues to dominate the high roller scene here in Las Vegas as he holds a commanding chip lead entering the Event #38: $50,000 No-Limit Hold'em High Roller at the 2021 World Series of Poker. Finishing with 11,475,000 in chips, Addamo holds nearly half the chips in play ahead of
With roughly 10,000 in the middle and the flop reading [As9s3c], James Carroll checked from the big blind to Chris Hunichen in the hijack. Hunichen bet 3,000 and Carroll check-raised to 8,500. Hunichen called as the turn landed the [Qd]. Carroll bet out 19,000 and Hunichen called. The river fell the [Ks]
On a board of [7hAc5c9h4d] with roughly 75,000 in the middle, Darren Elias checked from the hijack to Chris Hunichen in the cutoff. Hunichen bet out 60,000 and left himself with a single 1,000-denomination chip. Elias mulled over his decision for a few minutes before making the call. Hunichen tabled his [9c9d]
Chris Hunichen was all in for 17,500 holding [Ac3c] against Shankar Pillai's [ThTs]. The board ran out [6h4h3s2dAh] and Hunichen improved to two pair on the river to secure the double.
Chris Hunichen raised to 3,500 from the small blind and Sam Soverel three-bet to 14,000 from the big blind. Hunichen moved all-in for roughly 110,000, and Soverel called all-in for 88,000. Hunichen: [4h4c] Soverel: [8h8d] The board ran out [5dJsJc3c3h] and Soverel collected a double.
Chris Hunichen raised to 4,000 from the hijack and Sam Soverel three-bet to 11,500 in the cutoff. Hunichen checked the [3d8c6d] flop and Soverel bet 8,000. Hunichen called, and then the [Td] and [2d] checked through on the turn and river. Hunichen tabled his [AcTc] for top pair, and Soverel mucked.
Sam Soverel raised to 3,500 from under the gun and Aaron Van Blarcum called in the small blind. Chris Hunichen three-bet to 16,000 from the big blind, and Soverel called as Van Blarcum folded. The flop landed [Qh9dJd] and Hunichen checked. Soverel bet 11,000 and Hunichen called as the [Jh] checked
The 2020 World Series of Poker Online on GGPoker continued on Saturday with the conclusion of Event #70: $25,000 POKER PLAYERS CHAMPIONSHIP that was down to the final table of nine players from the 407-entrant field. Germany's Christian Rudolph would defeat American Chris Hunichen heads-up to capture his first WSOP
The 2020 World Series of Poker Online on GGPoker continued over the weekend with three WSOP bracelet winners being crowned, and one final table being reached. Event #70: $25,000 POKER PLAYERS CHAMPIONSHIP played down to a final table, and the remaining nine players will go on a hiatus until Saturday,