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Main Event: Carleen Heath – 11th Place ($9,792)

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Level 28: 30,000/60,000 with a 60,000 ante
Players Remaining: 10 of 659

Carleen Heath

Carleen Heath was down to 125,000 after her pocket sevens sent a 450,000 double-up the way of Wendy Vo’s ace-king. A few hands later with about two big blinds, Jeff Trudeau opened under the gun and Heath got the last of her stack at risk.

Heath: 2c2h
Trudeau: Ks3d

Runout: Qd9c3sQhAs

Heath’s deuces were ran down and she was eliminated in 11th place. The remaining players combined to the 10-handed final table.

Carleen Heath – Eliminated in 11th place ($9,792)

Main Event: Jonathan Hilton – 12th Place ($9,792)

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Level 28: 30,000/60,000 with a 60,000 ante
Players Remaining: 11 of 659

Jonathan Hilton

Down to his last 55,000, Jonathan Hilton was forced all-in preflop as it was his big blind. It folded around to Fabian Foster in the small and he called putting Hilton at risk.

Foster: Ah7s
Hilton: Tc7c

Runout: As6c5c5s4s

With that, the 2013 WSOP National Champion was eliminated in 12th place.

Fabian Foster – 1,675,000
Jonathan Hilton – Eliminated in 12th place ($9,792)

Main Event: Fabian Foster Doubles through Alex Kimpel

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$500,000 Guarantee
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Level 28: 30,000/60,000 with a 60,000 ante
Players Remaining: 13 of 659

Jeff Trudeau opened to 125,000 from the cutoff and Alex Kimpel called from the button. It folded to Fabian Foster in the big blind and he defended. They were three-handed to the flop.

Flop: KcQc9c – Foster open-shoved 525,000. Trudeau folded and Kimpel plopped in a calling chip. Foster was at risk.

Foster: KhTs for top pair
Kimpel: AcQd for second pair

Turn and river: Th8s

Foster’s pair held. After a rough go of the last few levels, he’s returned to his winning ways doubling through Kimpel.

Fabian Foster – 1,515,000
Alex Kimpel – 1,0250,000

Main Event: Updated Chip Counts Following Break

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Level 28: 30,000/60,000 with a 60,000 ante
Players Remaining: 13 of 659

Seat 1.  Carleen Heath  –  990,000  (17 bb)
Seat 2.
Seat 3.  Fabian Foster  –  710,000  (12 bb)
Seat 4.  Jonathan Hilton  –  715,000  (12 bb)
Seat 5.  Wendy Vo  –  450,000  (8 bb)
Seat 6.  Blaise Ingoglia  –  1,565,000  (26 bb)
Seat 7.
Seat 8.  Jeff Trudeau  –  4,185,000  (70 bb)
Seat 9.  Alex Kimpel  –  1,660,000  (28 bb)

Seat 1.  Saj Illikal  –  3,275,000  (55 bb)
Seat 2.
Seat 3.  Mark Scacewater  –  1,505,000  (25 bb)
Seat 4.  Jordan Joeckel  –  790,000  (13 bb)
Seat 5.
Seat 6.
Seat 7.  Dan Chalifour  –  2,185,000  (36 bb)
Seat 8.  Peter Walsworth  –  725,000  (12 bb)
Seat 9.  Ryan Anderkin  –  985,000  (16 bb)

1st – $120,842*
2nd – $82,627
3rd – $53,259
4th – $38,765
5th – $29,712
6th – $23,776
7th – $19,704
8th – $15,689
9th – $11,783
10th-12th – $9,792
13th – $7,794

Main Event: Richard Carr — 15th Place ($7,794)

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Level 26: 20,000/40,000 with a 40,000 ante
Players Remaining: 14 of 659

Richard Carr

Richard Carr was the most recent elimination busting in 15th place. Here’s a look at his payout as well as those that preceded him from the final two tables.

15th: Richard Carr – $7,794
16th: Johann Castrillon – $6,490
17th: Kevin Greene – $6,490

Main Event: More Quick Action; Two Tables, 17 Remain

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Level 26: 20,000/40,000 with a 40,000 ante
Players Remaining: 17 of 659

Table 1

Dinner got these players ready to play and chips moved across the table at a break-neck pace during the last level. Now in Level 26, just 17 players remain and they’re down into the final two tables.

Table 2

Here’s a look at the bustouts since dinner:

18th: Mark Picarazzi – $6,490
19th: Mitchell King – $5,319
20th: Woodrow Pass – $5,319
21st: David Hunt – $5,319
22nd: Eric Fetter – $4,492
23rd: Adam Fauser – $4,492

Main Event: David Hunt — 21st Place ($5,319); Blaise Ingoglia Triples

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Level 25: 15,000/30,000 with a 30,000 ante
Players Remaining: 20 of 659

David Hunt

Jeff Trudeau opened the action with a raise to 65,000. Fabian Foster called from the button and Blaise Ingoglia and David Hunt followed suit from the big blind. They were four-handed.

Flop: Jc9h5c – Ingoglia checked and Hunt promptly shoved for 305,000 total. Trudeau folded and it was on Foster. Foster, who had both Hunt and Ingoglia covered, thought for a minute or two before he shoved. Ingoglia snapped off.

Ingoglia: 5s5d for bottom set
Hunt: QdJh for top pair, queen kicker
Foster: JsTd for top pair, 10 kicker

Foster smacked the table in frustration. Ingoglia had way the best of it heading to the final two streets.

Turn and river: 4c6d

Ingolgia’s set held and he scooped a monster while Hunt was eliminated in 21st place

Blaise Ingoglia – 2,385,000
Fabian Foster – 675,000
David Hunt – Eliminated in 21st place ($5,319)

Main Event: Jonathan Hilton Eliminates Adam Fauser in 23rd Place ($4,492)

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Level 25: 15,000/30,000 with a 30,000 ante
Players Remaining: 22 of 659

Jonathan Hilton

The board was dealt through the turn — 9h4s2c8c. Adam Fauser was heads up versus Jonathan Hilton and all-in and at risk for about 350,000.

Hilton: Ac9s for top pair, ace kicker
Fauser: Qc9d for top pair, queen kicker

The river Jd didn’t help either player and Hilton scored the first knockout following dinner.

Jonthan Hilton – 1,465,000
Adam Fauser – Eliminated in 23rd place ($4,492)

Main Event: Back in Action

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$500,000 Guarantee
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Level 25: 15,000/30,000 with a 30,000 ante
Players Remaining: 23 of 659

2019 Season XVIII WPTDeepStacks Tampa

The 60-minute recess has expired and cards are back in the air in the WPTDeepStacks Main Event event. Here’s a look at how the players stack up courtesy of our friends at WPT.

Seat 1.  Johann Castrillon  –  585,000  (20 bb)
Seat 2.
Seat 3.  Fabian Foster  –  2,195,000  (73 bb)
Seat 4.  Blaise Ingoglia  –  1,035,000  (35 bb)
Seat 5.  David Hunt  –  425,000  (14 bb)
Seat 6.  Richard Carr  –  370,000  (12 bb)
Seat 7.  Mitchell King  –  520,000  (17 bb)
Seat 8.  Jeff Trudeau  –  1,130,000  (38 bb)
Seat 9.  Adam Templeman  –  890,000  (30 bb)

Seat 1.  Carleen Heath  –  620,000  (21 bb)
Seat 2.  Kevin Greene  –  680,000  (23 bb)
Seat 3.  Eric Fetter  –  295,000  (10 bb)
Seat 4.  Jonathan Hilton  –  1,245,000  (42 bb)
Seat 5.  Wendy Vo  –  445,000  (15 bb)
Seat 6.
Seat 7.  Woodrow Pass  –  650,000  (22 bb)
Seat 8.  Adam Fauser  –  610,000  (20 bb)
Seat 9.  Alex Kimpel  –  640,000  (21 bb)

Seat 1.  Saj Illikal  –  990,000  (33 bb)
Seat 2.  Mark Picarazzi  –  1,210,000  (40 bb)
Seat 3.  Mark Scacewater  –  570,000  (19 bb)
Seat 4.  Jordan Joeckel  –  1,195,000  (40 bb)
Seat 5.
Seat 6.
Seat 7.  Dan Chalifour  –  1,995,000  (67 bb)
Seat 8.  Peter Walsworth  –  935,000  (31 bb)
Seat 9.  Ryan Anderkin  –  515,000  (17 bb)

Main Event: Dinner Time; Fabian Foster Leads

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Heading to Level 25: 15,000/30,000 with a 30,000 ante
Players Remaining: 23 of 659

Fabian Foster’s chip-leading 2,200,000 stack

Level 24 expired and it’s dinner time in the WPTDeepStacks Main Event. Play resumes at roughly 7:40pm to blinds of 15,000/30,000 with a 30,000 ante. It will be Fabian Foster that returns from break with the chip lead.

Here’s a look at the eliminations since the three-table redraw.

24th: Kyle Simpkins – $4,492
25th: Rodney Turvin – $3,798
26th: Robert Schmal – $3,798
27th: Plamen Stoyanov – $3,798

Main Event: Kyle Simpkins — 24th Place ($4,492)

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Level 24: 15,000/25,000 with a 25,000 ante
Players Remaining: 23 of 659

Kyle Simpkins

Kyle Simpkins raised to 50,000 from early position and it folded all the way around to Mark Picarazzi in the small blind. He shoved having Mark Scacewater in the big blind and Simpkins both easily covered. Scacewater made an excruciating fold in the big blind while Simpkins called off just over 400,000.

Picarazzi: JhJd
Simpkins: 9s9h

The board ran out no help to Simpkins and he was eliminated in 24th place.

Mark Picarazzi – 1,100,000
Kyle Simpkins – Eliminated in 24th place ($4,492)

Main Event: Down to Three Tables

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Level 24: 15,000/25,000 with a 25,000 ante
Players Remaining: 27 of 659

Following the elimination of previous chip leader Ken O’Donnell in 28th place, the WPTDeepStacks Tampa Main Event is down to the final 27 and combined to the final three tables. Each still in is assured $3,798 with the tournament champion pocketing $120,842.

Sunday’s play will continue until the nine-handed final table is reached.

Table 1
Table 2
Table 3

1st – $120,842*
2nd – $82,627
3rd – $53,259
4th – $38,765
5th – $29,712
6th – $23,776
7th – $19,704
8th – $15,689
9th – $11,783
10th-12th – $9,792
13th-15th – $7,794
16th-18th – $6,490
19th-21st – $5,319
22nd-24th – $4,492
25th-27th – $3,798

*First prize inclusive of $3,000 WPTDeepStacks Championship package

28th: Ken O’Donnell- $3,118
29th: Derrick Cutler – $3,118
30th: Steve Trizis – $3,118
31st: Justin Busiere – $3,118
32nd: Thomas Bean – $3,118
33rd: Nathan Lee – $3,118
34th: Huan Ngo – $3,118
35th: Michael Turton – $3,118
36th: Jarod Thompson – $3,118
37th: Joel Wadsworth – $2,736
38th: Joe Censabella – $2,736
39th: Wally Maddah – $2,736
40th: Tony March – $2,736
41st: Kevin Maingot – $2,736
42nd: Jennifer Haselton – $2,736
43rd: Zoltan Anda – $2,736
44th: Jebhar Patterson – $2,736

Additional results are available in the posts below.

Main Event: Seven Figures for Johann Castrillon

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Level 23: 10,000/20,000 with a 20,000 ante
Players Remaining: 29 of 659

Johann Castriollon

With the field trimming around him, Johann Castrillon has stayed steady and found his way to a huge stack. After starting the day with only 48,000 chips — 116th of the 119 Day 2 started — Castrillon sits on 1,315,000 chips and possesses one of the biggest stacks in the room.

Only 29 players are left in contention and they’re set to redraw to the final three tables after they lose two more.

Johann Castrillon – 1,315,000

Main Event: Wally Maddah, Tony March Eliminated

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Level 22: 10,000/15,000 with a 15,000 ante
Players Remaining: 38 of 659

Wally Maddah (left) and Tony March (Photo Credit: WPTDeepStacks/Eric Harkins)

Side-by-side at Table 13, Wally Maddah and Tony March followed eachother to the rail. March went first, busting 40th, while Maddah followed going 39th.

(Photo Credit: WPTDeepStacks/Eric Harkins)

Wally Maddah – Eliminated in 39th place ($2,736)
Tony March – Eliminated in 40th place ($2,736)

Main Event: Results 45th through 54th

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Level 22: 10,000/15,000 with a 15,000 ante
Players Remaining: 44 of 659

50th: Marvin Karlins – $2,418

45th: Quan Ngo – $2,736
46th: Peter Burrell – $2,418
47th: Frederick Turner – $2,418
48th: Khanh Truong – $2,418
49th: Brian Arbaugh – $2,418
50th: Marvin Karlins – $2,418
51st: Mark Winchell – $2,418
52nd: Ok Haselton – $2,418
53rd: Karl Manouchakian – $2,418
54th: Ricky Harstvedt – $2,418

Additional results are available in the posts below.

Main Event: Tony March Doubles

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Level 22: 10,000/15,000 with a 15,000 ante
Players Remaining: 44 of 659

Tony March

Tony March had his last 185,000 chips at risk preflop

drawing slim.

Opponent: JxJx
March: AsTh

Runout: Ac6c5h2hQd – March came from behind spiking his three-out on the flop. The turn and river were blanks and he held on for the full double.

Tony March – 410,000

Main Event: Ken O’Donnell Leads Following Second Break

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Level 22: 10,000/15,000 with a 15,000 ante
Players Remaining: 47 of 659

Ken O’Donnell

Players are back in their seats following the second break of the day and action is underway to 10,000/15,000 blinds with a 15,000 ante. The clock shows 47 remaining with an average stack of about just above 420,000.

Leading the action is Ken O’Donnell with a stack of 1,050,000. Next in the counts is Kevin Greene with 1,031,000 and they’re the only two above 1,000,000. Daniel Chalifour with 985,000 and Saj Illikal with 975,000 round out the counts.

Main Event: The Last Censabella Standing

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Level 21: 6,000/12,000 with a 12,000 ante
Players Remaining: 54 of 659

Joe Censabella

Joe Censabella and his brother Vinny (the reigning Pinktober Poker Open Main Event champion) registered Day 1C of this WPTDeepStacks Main Event and both bagged top-15 stacks.

While Vinny was part of the last batch of Day 2 eliminations busting in 63rd, Joseph is still jockeying. Late in Level 21, Joseph sits on 627,000 with a 403,469 average stack.

The clock reads 49 players remaining each assured $2,418.

Joe Censabella – 627,000

Main Event: Results 55th through 67th

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Level 21: 6,000/12,000 with a 12,000 ante
Players Remaining: 54 of 659

55th: Thomas Faust – $2,163
56th: Daniel Johnson – $2,163
57th: Joseph Orsino – $2,163
58th: David Nathaniel, Jr. – $2,163
59th: Daniel Couzens – $2,163
60th: Robert Guidry – $2,163
61st: James Kerr – $2,163
62nd: Charles Kazaros – $2,163
63rd: Vinny Censabella – $2,163
64th: Jeremy Becker – $1,934
65th: James Carmadella – $1,934
66th: Frank Miceli – $1,934
67th: Ye Yao – $1,934

Additional results are available in the posts below.

Main Event: Ken O’Donnell Calls 150K on the River with Queen-High

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Level 20: 5,000/10,000 with a 10,000 ante
Players Remaining: 56 of 659

Ken O’Donnel (left) and Richard Carr

Ken O’Donnell was out of position in the cutoff against Richard Carr on the button. They got 80,000 in on the turn when the board laid 7h6c4s3h.

The river fell the 7c and O’Donnell checked. Carr reached deep into his stack betting what looked like 150,000 — leaving him only about 100 behind. O’Donnell went into the tank shuffling his chips while pondering his options.

After some time, he plopped the chips in.

O’Donnell: Qc2c for queen-high
Carr: JhTh for jack-high (missed heart draw)

O’Donnell’s call was correct and the table littered him with, “Nice call,” accordingly.

Ken O’Donnell – 850,000
Richard Carr – 100,000

Main Event: Ken O’Donnell Versus Kevin Maingot

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Level 20: 5,000/10,000 with a 10,000 ante
Players Remaining: 59 of 659

Ken O’Donnell

Kevin Maingot opened the cutoff to 30,000 and Ken O’Donnell defended his big blind.

Flop: TsTd9h – O’Donnell checked. Maingot C-bet 20,000 and O’Donnell called.

Turn: TsTd9hQs – Check-check.

River: TsTd9hQs8s – O’Donnell changed it up, leading for 85,000. Maingot thought for a minute or two, then slid forward calling chips.

O’Donnell tabled 9s5s for runner-runner flush. He took the pot.

Ken O’Donnell – 600,000
Kevin Maingot – 260,000