Chance Kornuth celebrated his third WSOP victory last night in Las Vegas as the popular poker pro and coach in the game won the $10,000-entry Short Deck Event #29 for a top prize of $194,670. Kornuth the King Once Again as Chance Wins Third Bracelet Chance Kornuth won his third bracelet last
Joshua Ladines limped the button and Dylan Weisman raised to 3,500 from the big blind. Ladines called as the flop landed [4d4cKd] and Weisman continued for 4,000. Ladines called, and the turn fell the [5h]. Weisman bet out 16,500 and Ladines mucked.
Action folded to Ali Imsirovic in the small blind, and he opened. Dylan Weisman was in the big blind, and he announced pot. Imsirovic re-potted, and Weisman called all-in. Weisman: [AdKhKs8s] Imsirovic: [AsQcQh3h] The board ran out [QsQd3c8d3s], and Imsirovic flopped quads to eliminate Weisman in seventh place for $31,500.
Ali Imsirovic was all-in for his last 250,000 holding [AhKcQc2s], and Dylan Weisman called holding [AcKhJhJs]. Imsirovic flopped trip deuces to double.
With a board reading [Ac8d3c] Christopher Usude fired for 100,000. Dylan Weisman was the only other player in the hand, and he announced pot which was enough to put Usude all-in. Usude snap-called for 310,000 total. Weisman: [Ah8h8s3d] Usude: [QdQcJcTc] The board ran out [Jd] on the turn, and when the [2c]
Alex Epstein opened to 30,000 from early position and action folded to Dylan Weisman in the big blind, and he potted to 90,000, with 6,000 behind. Epstein called. The flop fell [QhTs4c], and Weisman moved all in, and Epstein called. Epstein: [3x4x9xXx] Weisman: [AdKdTd3x] The board ran out [2c] on the turn, and the