Event #44: $1,500 No-Limit Hold'em
Dage:
1234

Event Info

Køb $1,500
Præmiepulje $2,583,900
Players 1914

Info om level

Level 32
Blinds 80,000 / 160,000
Ante 20,000

Don't Miss Today's Mini Fest Event at WSOP.com!

[user153906] • Level 32: 80,000-160,000, 20,000 ante

Over the next two weeks, WSOP.com is giving players in Nevada the chance to turn small tournament buy-ins into large cash prizes with the Mini Fest tournament series. With 16 events offering $40,000 in guaranteed prize money, you don't want to miss a second of the action when the cards go in the air at 5:30 p.m. each day from June 22 though July 7.

Today's tournament is Event #3: $11 Pot-Limit Omaha - Rebuy & Add On with a $1,000 guarantee. The tournament kicks off in a few hours, so don't miss out!

Here's a full look at the WSOP.com Mini Fest schedule:

EventDateTimeTournamentBuy-inGuarantee
1June 225:30 p.m.No-Limit Hold 'Em - Rebuy & Add On$16.50$2,500
2June 235:30 p.m.No-Limit Hold 'Em - Rebuy & Add On$11$1,500
3June 245:30 p.m.Pot-Limit Omaha - Rebuy & Add On$11$1,000
4June 255:30 p.m.No-Limit Hold 'Em - Freezeout$22$1,200
5June 265:30 p.m.Omaha 8 or Better - Re-Entry$33$750
6June 275:30 p.m.No-Limit Hold 'Em - Rebuy & Add On$5.50$1,500
7June 285:30 p.m.No-Limit Hold 'Em - Freezeout$55$5,000
8June 295:30 p.m.No-Limit Hold 'Em - Freezeout$109$7,500
9June 305:30 p.m.No-Limit Hold 'Em - Rebuy & Add On$5.50$1,500
10July 15:30 p.m.No-Limit Hold 'Em - Freezeout$22$1,200
11July 25:30 p.m.Pot-Limit Omaha - Rebuy & Add On$5.50$600
12July 35:30 p.m.No-Limit Hold 'Em - Knockout$7.70 + $7$750
13July 45:30 p.m.No-Limit Hold 'Em - Six Max - Rebuy & Add On$11$2,000
14July 55:30 p.m.No-Limit Hold 'Em - Rebuy & Add On$55$4,500
15July 65:30 p.m.No-Limit Hold 'Em - Rebuy & Add On$27.50$5,500
16July 75:30 p.m.No-Limit Hold 'Em - Six Max - Re-Entry$33$3,000

For complete information regarding WSOP.com's Mini Fest series, please click here.

Hands #291-295: Proceeding Cautiously

• Level 32: 80,000-160,000, 20,000 ante

Hand #291: Evan McNiff opened to 320,000 to win the blinds and antes.

Hand #292: Jordan Morgan raised to 320,000 and won the hand.

Hand #293: McNiff didn't like his cards; he gave Morgan a walk.

Hand #294: Morgan bumped it up to 320,000 and won the pot.

Hand #295: McNiff raised to 320,000 and Morgan came along with a call. The flop came down {10-Clubs}{q-Diamonds}{a-Spades} and Morgan checked. McNiff bet out 320,000 to win the chips in the middle.

Tags: Evan McNiffJordan Morgan

Hands #286-290: Morgan Pulling Away

• Level 32: 80,000-160,000, 20,000 ante

Hand #286: Jordan Morgan opened to 240,000 and Evan McNiff tossed his cards into the muck.

Hand #287: McNiff opened to 240,000 and Morgan called. The flop came all spades — {j-Spades}{7-Spades}{5-Spades} — and both players checked to the {9-Spades} on the turn. Morgan led out for 175,000 and McNiff folded.

Hand #288: McNiff got a walk.

Hand #289: McNiff opened to 320,000, Morgan three-bet shoved all in, and McNiff folded.

Hand #290: Morgan opened to 320,000 and won the pot.

Tags: Evan McNiffJordan Morgan

Level:
32
Blinds:
80,000/160,000
Ante:
20,000

Hands #281-285: Two to the Turn

• Level 31: 60,000-120,000, 15,000 ante

Hand #281: Evan McNiff raised to 240,000 and Jordan Morgan made the call. The flop came {a-Hearts}{10-Hearts}{j-Diamonds} and Morgan checked. McNiff bet out 260,000 and Morgan called. The turn card was the {3-Hearts} and Morgan checked. McNiff fired out a bet again, this time for 515,000. Morgan took a minute to think before deciding to fold his hand.

Hand #282: Morgan raised to 240,000 from his button. McNiff three-bet and Morgan folded before the dealer had even counted the bet.

Hand #283: McNiff bumped it up to 240,000 and won the blinds and antes.

Hand #284: Morgan gave up his hand on the button and gave McNiff a walk.

Hand #285: McNiff made it 240,000 to play and Morgan matched it. The flop came {k-Diamonds}{4-Hearts}{k-Clubs} and Morgan checked. McNiff bet out 240,000. Morgan raised it to 600,000 and McNiff came along with a call. The turn card was the {9-Hearts} and Morgan led out for 525,000, but McNiff wasn't interested. Morgan won the pot.

Tags: Evan McNiffJordan Morgan

Hands #276-280: Feeling Out Process

• Level 31: 60,000-120,000, 15,000 ante

Hand #276: Jordan Morgan opened to 240,000 and won the pot.

Hand #277: Evan McNiff opened to 240,000 and Morgan made the call. The two saw a flop of {4-Diamonds}{5-Diamonds}{5-Hearts} and Morgan check-folded to a bet from McNiff.

Hand #278: Jordan Morgan opened to 240,000 and McNiff called. The dealer fanned a {6-Diamonds}{10-Clubs}{9-Hearts} flop and both players checked to the {6-Clubs} on the turn. McNiff led out with a bet of 250,000 and Morgan folded.

Hand #279: McNiff opened to 240,000, Morgan three-bet, and McNiff folded.

Hand #280: Morgan opened to 240,000 and won the pot.

Tags: Evan McNiffJordan Morgan

Level:
31
Blinds:
60,000/120,000
Ante:
15,000

Back for a Bracelet

Evan McNiff and Jordan Morgan Heads Up
Evan McNiff and Jordan Morgan Heads Up

Jordan Morgan and Evan McNiff will be back for Day 4, an extra day for this event, to finish their long heads-up battle.

Day 3 started with 15 players and was down to the official final table of nine within a few hours. Then it took just 78 hands before seven players were eliminated and these two contestants remained. Nearly six hours later, they had played just under 200 hands against each other and were no closer to determining the champion. They decided to bag up their chips and come back for one last day.

When play resumes at 1 p.m., the stacks will be very even. Morgan has an ever-so-slight chip lead, and we've seen the chip advantage swap places a few times already in this grueling clash, so it is absolutely anyone's game at this point.

PlayerChips
Jordan Morgan4,445,000
Evan McNiff4,170,000

In due time, one of these players will win the top-prize money of $478,102 and will be awarded with a gold WSOP bracelet. Stay tuned to this live reporting blog here on PokerNews to see who it will be.

Tags: Evan McNiffJordan Morgan

Event #44: $1,500 No-Limit Hold'em
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