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Monday, March 13, 2017

WSOP Circuit: $1,675 No-Limit Hold'em Main Event

Mike Leah
Mike Leah moves all-in with 45,000 before the flop and gets a caller.

The board comes in [5c][8c][7s][7h][2c].

Leah flips over his [As][8h] for a pair of eights, and his opponent mucks.

Mike Leah - 90,000

WSOP Circuit: Lance Allred Leads After Dinner

WSOP Circuit: $1,675 No-Limit Hold'em Main Event

Lance Allred Leads Final 31 players

Players are just returning back from their 60 minute dinner break. With 31 of 705 players remaining, Lance Allred holds the chip lead with roughly around 900,000.

Average Chip stack: 435,838

WSOP Circuit: Larry Quang Doubles Up Through Adam Swan

WSOP Circuit: $1,675 No-Limit Hold'em Main Event

Larry Quang
Larry Quang raises pre-flop to 25,000 and Adam Swan ships all-in for 370,000.
It is folded around to Quang who makes the call. 

Larry Quang - [Qd][Qs]
Adam Swan - [Jd][Jh]

The board comes [4d][Kd][5h][Ah][10c] and Quang's pair of queens hold and takes a chunk from Swan.

Larry Quang - 610,000 (61 bb)
Adam Swan - 59,000 (6 bb)

WSOP Circuit: Toby Lewis Doubles Up

WSOP Circuit: $1,675 No-Limit Hold'em Main Event

Toby Lewis
On a board showing [Ad][10s][8h][6d], Toby Lewis checks to his opponent who bets 50,000. Lewis check raises to 130,000 and gets a flat from his opponent.

The river is the [2c]. Lewis moves all-in and gets a call. 

Lewis: [9h][7h]
opposing player: [8s][8d]

Lewis's straight beats the opponent's set of eights and doubles up.

Toby Lewis: 705,000 (70 bb)

WSOP Circuit: Bill Fagerbakke is in Trouble

WSOP Circuit: $1,675 No-Limit Hold'em Main Event

Bill Fagerbakke
Bill raises to 22,000 and it is folded around to the player under the gun, who makes the call.

The flop comes [8c][3d][Qd]. It is checked to Fagerbakke, and Fagerbakke pushes all-in and gets a snap call. The player under the gun confidently flips over his [3h][3s] for a set of threes. And Fagerbakke's [Ac][Kd] is in trouble. 

The rest of board is the [Qs] on the turn and the river card is the [10s]. The player under the gun doubles up his chip count from Fagerbakke with his set of threes.  

Bill Fagerbakke - 100,000 (12 bb) 

WSOP Circuit: Hunter Moss Eliminated by Josh Jackson

WSOP Circuit: $1,675 No-Limit Hold'em Main Event

Josh Jackson
Josh Jackson raises the blind to 15,000 and Hunter Moss goes all-in for 91,000.
Jackson calls and turns over his [Qc][Qh] and Moss flips over his [9d][9s]. 

The board runs out [3c][6c][5s] [10h] [8d] and Jackson's two queens hold.

Josh Jackson - 350,000
Hunter Moss - Eliminated

WSOP Circuit: Dana Kellstrom Eliminated by Frank Lin

WSOP Circuit: $1,675 No-Limit Hold'em Main Event

Frank Lim
Frank "The Tank" Lin raises the blind to 12,500 and Dana Hailstrom calls.

With two players in action, the flop comes [5s][7h][5h]. Lin bets 15,000 and Kellstrom goes all in for 90,000. Lin calls. 

With Lin showing his [Kh][Ks], Kellstrom turns over his [Qd][Qs] with disappointment.  

The turn card is the [4h] and the river card is the [10d]. Kellstrom is eliminated. 

Dana Kellstrom - Eliminated
Frank Lin - 213,000

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WSOP Circuit: Carlos Mortensen Bullies His Way Through

WSOP Circuit: $1,675 No-Limit Hold'em Main Event

Action starts with Carlos Mortensen raising the blind to 11,000 from the highjack seat and gets a re-raise from the button to 29,500. Action is folded around to Mortensen, who makes the call.

The flop comes down [7c][7d][Qd]. Mortensen moves all-in and the player in the button immediately folds. As Mortensen takes the pot, he flips over his [Ad][8c]. 

Carlos Mortensen - 442,000

WSOP Circuit: Mortensen and Nia Leading

WSOP Circuit: $1,675 No-Limit Hold'em

Mike Nia (left) and Carlos Mortensen (right)
The money bubble burst in the 2017 World Series of Poker Circuit 1,675 buy-in main event is near. With 16 more eliminations to go, the top 72 players will be guaranteed to cash. Mike Nia (left) is the current chip leader with Spain all time money winner, Carlos Mortenson trailing right behind.

Mike Nia - 453,000
Carlos Mortenson - 417,500

WSOP Circuit: Main Event Registration Closes With 706 Entries

WSOP Circuit: $1,675 No-Limit Hold'em Main Event

Registration for the World Series of Poker Main Event is officially closed with 705 total entries. With 26 additional players buying in Day-2, total of 171 players returned to the office and the prize-pool is well over $1 million.

The payouts will be released shortly.

WSOPC Main Event Day 2 Return List