Main Event: James Calderaro vs. Ioannis Patsourakis

$1,700 WSOPC Main Event (Single Re-Entry)
$1,000,000 Guaranteed | Structure | Payouts
Level 31:  60,000/120,000 with a 120,000 ante
Players Remaining:  7 of 1,162

James Calderaro
James Calderaro

James Calderaro raised from the hijack to 325,000, and Ioannis Patsourakis called from the big blind.

Both players checked to the turn on a board of 9h5s2d8s, Patsourakis checked, Calderaro bet 350,000, and Patsourakis called.

The river card was the 7s, Patsourakis checked, Calderaro bet 500,000, and Patsourakis stopped to think for a while.

Patsourakis said that he would be raising or folding, and Calderaro said they were both bad options. “A call might be bad for you too.”

After some more thought, Patsourakis called with 6d4d for a rivered nine-high straight, but Calderaro turned over QsJs to win the pot with a rivered spade flush.

James Calderaro  –  7,565,000  (63 bb)
Ioannis Patsourakis  –  2,425,000  (20 bb)

With seven players remaining, the average chip stack is about 4,980,000 (42 big blinds), and the next player to bust will earn $48,195.

Main Event: David Jackson Wins With Trip Tens Against Isaac Kempton’s Aces

$1,700 WSOPC Main Event (Single Re-Entry)
$1,000,000 Guaranteed | Structure | Payouts
Level 31:  60,000/120,000 with a 120,000 ante
Players Remaining:  7 of 1,162

David Jackson
David Jackson

Isaac Kempton raised from the cutoff, and David Jackson called from the big blind. The flop came Kc10h10d, Jackson checked, Kempton bet 175,000, and Jackson called.

The turn card was the Qd, and both players checked.

The river card was the 6c, Jackson bet 925,000, and Kempton quickly called with AdAc. But Jackson turned over 10s5s to win the pot with trip tens.

David Jackson  –  7,420,000  (62 bb)
Isaac Kempton  –  2,750,000  (23 bb)

With seven players remaining, the average chip stack is about 4,980,000 (42 big blinds), and the next player to bust will earn $48,195.

Main Event: Ioannis Patsourakis Doubles Thru David Jackson

$1,700 WSOPC Main Event (Single Re-Entry)
$1,000,000 Guaranteed | Structure | Payouts
Level 31:  60,000/120,000 with a 120,000 ante
Players Remaining:  7 of 1,162

Ioannis Patsourakis

David Jackson raised from the button to 260,000, Ioannis Patsourakis moved all in from the big blind for 1,585,000, and Jackson quickly called with KdJd.

Patsourakis turned over AdKh, and he was a dominant favorite to double up.

The board came 8s8h4c3s7h, and Patsourakis won the pot with his ace to double up in chips.

Ioannis Patsourakis  –  3,350,000  (28 bb)
David Jackson  –  6,375,000  (53 bb)

With seven players remaining, the average chip stack is about 4,980,000 (42 big blinds), and the next player to bust will earn $48,195.

Main Event: Brad Sailor – 8th Place ($38,039)

$1,700 WSOPC Main Event (Single Re-Entry)
$1,000,000 Guaranteed | Structure | Payouts
Level 31:  60,000/120,000 with a 120,000 ante
Players Remaining:  7 of 1,162

Brad Sailor

Action folded to Brad Sailor in the cutoff and he moved all in for 560,000. Rob Manjura confirmed the count but folded his button.

“I looked at one and like it,” James Calderaro said from the small blind.

He must have liked the second one because he called.

Calderaro: Ah9d
Sailor: Kd9c

Sailor was in a lot of trouble and it got worse when Calderaro paired his ace on the Ad6d6s flop. The 9s turn left Sailor drawing dead to the 6c river and eighth place.

James Calderaro – 6,660,000 (67 bb)
Brad Sailor – Eliminated in 8th Place ($38,039)

Main Event: Fares Santana – 9th Place ($30,297)

$1,700 WSOPC Main Event (Single Re-Entry)
$1,000,000 Guaranteed | Structure | Payouts
Level 30:  50,000/100,000 with a 100,000 ante
Players Remaining:  8 of 1,162

Fares Santana
Fares Santana

Isaac Kempton raised from middle position to 225,000, Fares Santana moved all in from the button for 515,000, and Francisco Gomez moved all in over the top from the big blind for about 2.5 million.

Kempton thought for a bit before he folded, saying, “I was going to call his all in, but …”

Santana turned over KsQh, but he was dominated and facing elimination against the KdKc of Gomez.

The board came Jh9c7c4d5d — Santana flopped a gutshot straight draw, but improved no further. Gomez won the pot with his pocket kings to eliminate Santana in ninth place.

Francisco Gomez  –  3,400,000  (34 bb)
Fares Santana  –  Eliminated in 9th Place  ($30,297)

With eight players remaining, the average chip stack is about 4,360,000 (44 big blinds), and the next player to bust will earn $38,039.

Main Event: John Ott – 10th Place ($24,353)

$1,700 WSOPC Main Event (Single Re-Entry)
$1,000,000 Guaranteed | Structure | Payouts
Level 30:  50,000/100,000 with a 100,000 ante
Players Remaining:  9 of 1,162

John Ott
John Ott

There was a preflop raise and a call to see a flop of KhQc2h. Isaac Kempton checked under the gun, and John Ott checked behind in middle position.

The turn card was the 3c, Kempton bet 400,000, Ott moved all in for about 2.3 million, and Kempton snap-called with AsKs for a pair of kings.

Ott turned over 8s8c, and needed to catch an eight on the river to stay alive.

The river card was the 7d, and Kempton won the pot with his pair of kings to eliminate Ott in 10th place.

Isaac Kempton  –  7,350,000  (74 bb)
John Ott  –  Eliminated in 10th Place  ($24,353)

With nine players remaining, the average chip stack is about 3,875,000 (39 big blinds), and the next player to bust will earn $30,297.

Main Event: Ten-Handed Final Table Lineup

$1,700 WSOPC Main Event (Single Re-Entry)
$1,000,000 Guaranteed | Structure | Payouts
Level 30:  50,000/100,000 with a 100,000 ante
Players Remaining:  10 of 1,162

With the elimination of Brian Ray in 11th place, the Main Event is down to its 10-handed final table with Paul Balzano, James Calderaro, and David Jackson holding the biggest stacks.

Seat 1: Fares Sanata – 1,130,000 (11 bb)
Seat 2: John Ott – 1,945,000 (19 bb)
Seat 3: David Jackson – 6,600,000 (66 bb)
Seat 4: Francisco Gomez – 2,175,000 (22 bb)
Seat 5: Ioannis Patsouraikis – 1,905,000 (19 bb)
Seat 6: Brad Sailor – 1,185,000 (12 bb)
Seat 7: Rob Manjura – 1,470,000 (15 bb)
Seat 8: Isaac Kempton – 5,345,000 (53 bb)
Seat 9: James Calderaro – 5,000,000 (50 bb)
Seat 10: Paul Balzano – 8,100,000 (81 bb)

Remaining payouts:

1st: $290,974 + WSOP Circuit Ring
2nd: $179,833
3rd: $135,794
4th: $103,434
5th: $79,480
6th: $61,616
7th: $48,195
8th: $38,039
9th: $30,297
10th: $24,353

Event 13: Final Table Lineup

$600 No Limit Hold’em (Re-Entry)
Structure | Payouts
Level 25: 15,000/30,000 with a 30,000 ante
Players Remaining:  10 of 374

Event 13 is down to its final table with 10 players remaining in the $600 buy-in tournament. With the elimination of David Prociak, David Tuthill grabbed a virtual lock on the Casino Championship.

Seat 1: Rodney Turvin – 780,000
Seat 2: Brad Coultas – 1,400,000
Seat 3: David Dibernardi – 1,506,000
Seat 4: Giedrius Bagdonas – 1,700,000
Seat 5: Stephen Song – 431,000
Seat 6: Gregory Masters – 374,000
Seat 7: William Watson – 525,000
Seat 8: Saehyun “Sam” Kim – 345,000
Seat 9: Victor Nissim – 495,000

Remaining payouts:

1st: $40,079 + WSOP Circuit Ring
2nd: $24,768
3rd: $17,957
4th: $13,216
5th: $9,877
6th: $7,497
7th: $5,780
8th: $4,529
9th: $3,606
10th-12th: $2,920

And here are the players who have been eliminated so far here on Day 2:

11th:  Hamid Izadi  –  $2,920
12th:  David Prociak  –  $2,920
13th:  Adam Fauser  –  $2,404
14th:  Joseph Daddario  –  $2,404
15th:  Ronald Sullivan  –  $2,404
16th:  Diane Casino  –  $2,013
17th:  David Dean  –  $2,013
18th:  Sanjib Acharya  –  $2,013
19th:  Ross Lebo  –  $1,715
20th:  Carlos Loving  –  $1,715
21st:  Adedapo Ajayi  –  $1,715
22nd:  Raymond Rob Majuraerty  –  $1,488
23rd:  Eric Salazar  –  $1,488
24th:  Sam Sweilem  –  $1,488
25th:  Jeremy Demers  –  $1,314
26th:  Travis Cathey  –  $1,314
27th:  Glyn Griffis  –  $1,314
28th:  Laurence Miles  –  $1,182
29th:  Gloria Jacksonson  –  $1,182
30th:  Jason Giles  –  $1,182
31st:  Raminder Singh  –  $1,083
32nd:  Mukul Pahuja  –  $1,083
33rd:  Bob Beck  –  $1,083
34th:  Adam White  –  $1,012
35th:  Zachary Mullennix  –  $1,012
36th:  Taylor Deane  –  $1,012
37th:  Ryan Jones  –  $964
38th:  Benjamin Miner  –  $964
39th:  Monir Maher  –  $964
40th:  Blake Barousse  –  $964
41st:  Terrence Moore  –  $964
42nd:  Kevin Blewitt  –  $964
43rd:  Carlos Guerrero  –  $964
44th:  Matthew Higgins  –  $964
45th:  Harvey Graham  –  $964
46th:  Rodney Goodwin  –  $936
47th:  An Do  –  $936

Main Event: Brian Ray Eliminated by David Jackson

$1,700 WSOPC Main Event (Single Re-Entry)
$1,000,000 Guaranteed | Structure | Payouts
Level 30:  50,000/100,000 with a 100,000 ante
Players Remaining:  10 of 1,162

Brian Ray

David Jackson opened to 215,000 from under the gun and it folded to Brian Ray in the small blind. He moved all in for 1,400,000 and Jackson quickly called.

Jackson: AhJc
Ray: 9d9c

Ray needed his nines to hold but Jackson made trip jacks on the JhJs7s flop. The 4s turn and 8s river put four spades on the board but no one held one. Trip jacks was good for Jackson, Ray was eliminated in 10th place, and tournament staff paused the clock for a redraw.

David Jackson – 6,600,000 (66 bb)
Brian Ray – Eliminated in 11th Place ($24,353)

Main Event: Three Double-Ups on the Final Table Bubble

$1,700 WSOPC Main Event (Single Re-Entry)
$1,000,000 Guaranteed | Structure | Payouts
Level 30:  50,000/100,000 with a 100,000 ante
Players Remaining:  11 of 1,162

Francisco Gomez

Brian Ray got it all in preflop for 600,000 with Js9s, and he needed to improve to stay alive against the 10d10c of Fares Santana on the button.

The board came QsQh9h4s7s — Ray paired his nine on the flop, turned a flush draw, and rivered a spade flush to win the pot and double up in chips.

Brian Ray  –  1,450,000  (15 bb)
Fares Santana  –  840,000  (8 bb)

A few minutes later, Francisco Gomez got it all in from the cutoff for 1,270,000 with AhAd, and he needed his hand to hold to stay alive against the 10s10d of Rob Manjura on the button.

The board came KsKc8hQs3h, and the pocket aces held up for Gomez to win the pot and double up in chips.

Francisco Gomez  –  2,790,000  (28 bb)
Rob Manjura  –  1,475,000  (15 bb)

A short while later, Fares Santana got it all in from the cutoff for 580,000 with Ah9c, and he needed his hand to hold to stay alive against the 3h2h of Paul Balzano in the big blind.

Fares Santana  –  1,310,000  (13 bb)
Paul Balzano  –  6,050,000  (61 bb)

With 11 players remaining, the average chip stack is about 3,170,000 (32 big blinds, and as soon as one more player busts, they will combine to a final table.