Event #58: $10,000 Main Event

Chip Counts (full)

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Ryan Lenaghan us 12,865,000
Ben Lamb us 9,980,000
Matt Giannetti us 7,940,000
Andrey Pateychuk ru 7,255,000
Phil Collins us 7,240,000
Hilton Laborda 7,160,000
Nelson Robinson 6,420,000
Tri Huynh 6,295,000
Aleksandr Mozhnyakov 6,070,000
Kyle Johnson 5,970,000
Bryan Devonshire us 5,970,000
Pius Heinz de 5,695,000
Guillaume Darcourt fr 5,360,000 20,000
5,260,000
Konstantinos Mamaliadis 5,065,000
John Hewitt 5,045,000
James Page 4,045,000
Andrew Hinrichsen au 4,025,000
Jerry Van Strydonck 3,985,000
Nicolas Fierro cl 3,800,000
JP Kelly gb 3,750,000
Per Linde se 3,750,000
Khoa Nguyen us 3,530,000
Tom Koral us 3,390,000
Anton Makiievskyi ua 3,385,000

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End-of-Day Counts

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Ryan Lenaghan us 12,865,000
Ben Lamb us 9,980,000
Matt Giannetti us 7,940,000 -260,000
Andrey Pateychuk ru 7,255,000 1,155,000
Phil Collins us 7,240,000 -360,000
Hilton Laborda 7,160,000 1,590,000
Nelson Robinson 6,420,000 715,000
Tri Huynh 6,295,000 295,000
Aleksandr Mozhnyakov 6,070,000
Kyle Johnson 5,970,000 170,000
Bryan Devonshire us 5,970,000 270,000
Pius Heinz de 5,695,000 -1,005,000
Guillaume Darcourt fr 5,340,000 275,000
5,260,000 660,000
Konstantinos Mamaliadis 5,065,000
John Hewitt 5,045,000 645,000
James Page 4,045,000 595,000
Andrew Hinrichsen au 4,025,000 1,280,000
Jerry Van Strydonck 3,985,000 -815,000
Nicolas Fierro cl 3,800,000 95,000
JP Kelly gb 3,750,000
Per Linde se 3,750,000 80,000
Khoa Nguyen us 3,530,000 330,000
Tom Koral us 3,390,000 90,000
Anton Makiievskyi ua 3,385,000

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Hewitt Chipping Up

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Board: {7-Spades}{10-Clubs}{5-Hearts}

The action checked to Tom Koral who fired 100,000. John Hewitt called, and so did Bryan Follain. The turn was the {2-Hearts}, and the action checked to Hewitt who slid out a small castle of orange T5,000 chips totaling 250,000. Both of his opponents folded, and Hewitt won the pot.

Bryan Follain 2,760,000 205,000
Tom Koral us 2,150,000 -267,000
John Hewitt 2,100,000 1,064,000

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