2017 WSOP Sydney: Justin Wong, Sid Guna Win Jasa Pipa Mampet

A Jasa Pipa Mampet 246 groups appeared to the Star Poker Room to happen in ostensibly the best time competition of the 2017 WSOP Sydney Circuit Series. Here’s the way the Teams Event worked: Each group began with 10,000 chips — 5,000 for every player. The main player sat down with their 5,000 and played the primary level. On the off chance that the player busted, the second player sat down with their 5,000 chips.

On the off chance that the main player survived Level 1, the second player sat down toward the begin of Level 2 and added their 5,000 chips to the heap of player one. The players at that point exchange each level until the point when they are brandishing a sparkly new ring or headed home.

The Jasa Pipa Mampet Pool


A considerable $110,700 prize pool was created, paying the best 27 groups and putting a liberal $27,138 up top. There were no breaks in the Teams Event which implies the field was diminished before long down to the last nine. Here is the manner by which things took care of business.

With only a little finished a ten major visually impaired normal, the activity was quick and transformed into a holding nothing back fest. After a short-stack multiplied through George Kanan, Kanan got himself all in with the flounder perusing {q-Spades}{8-Spades}{a-Clubs}.

He held {k-Hearts}{2-Spades} and saw the terrible news when Team Kondevski indicated {a-Hearts}{8-Hearts}. The {6-Spades} turn opened the entryway a bit yet it was immediately shut on the {3-Hearts} stream. Group Youssef and Kanan added a ninth-put complete to their resumes, bringing home $2,481. Leaving in eighth place was Team Liu and Russell in the wake of betting everything from under the firearm and discovering two guests.

  • Russell: {a-Hearts}{j-Hearts}
  • Blazevic: {8-Diamonds}{8-Clubs}
  • Chisolm: {q-Hearts}{q-Diamonds}

Nathan Blazevic, with the biggest stack, would dispose of the two groups on the off chance that he could locate an eight. All things considered, he didn’t discover one, however his eight finished the straight that fell on the {4-Clubs}{6-Spades}{6-Hearts}{5-Diamonds}{7-Hearts} sending Team Chisholm and Fogl-Kulch home also. Liu and Russell had the shorter stack, so they are bringing home $3,102, while Chisholm and Fogl-Kulch exit in seventh place with $3,940.

The beside go was Team Kondevski when Nada Kondevski put the group’s residual chips in the center with {a-Hearts}{9-Clubs}. Scratch Lo Russo decided with {q-Clubs}{q-Spades}. Kondevski didn’t enhance and Team Kondevski brought home $5,086 for their 6th place wrap up.

Group Briggs and Hill were on the slashing piece next when Kayci Hill slid their stack to the center with {k-Clubs}{j-Clubs} and was gazed upward by Justin Wong holding {a-Diamonds}{k-Spades}. High card wins on the board {5-Clubs}{q-Spades}{3-Diamonds}{7-Clubs}{7-Hearts} sending Briggs and Hill home in fifth place and $6,675.

Leaving in fourth place was Team Mayer and Derosa after Michael Mayer wager all he had on {k-Clubs}{2-Hearts} against the {a-Spades}{2-Diamonds} of Pongrass. By and by, high card wins on the board {9-Spades}{3-Spades}{4-Diamonds}{j-Diamonds}{10-Hearts}, granting Mayer and Derosa $8,910 for fourth place.

Group Blazevic and Lo Russo neglected to discover enchantment a moment time when their {6-Clubs}{9-Clubs} couldn’t surpass the {q-Clubs}{j-Diamonds} of Sid Guna. Blazevic and Lo Russo took $12,107 for their main three execution.

Furthermore, that conveys us to heads up between Teams Matt Pongrass and Mark Fester and Justin Wong and Sid Guna. It was Fester and Guna on the felt and as the activity started, with Fester scoring a major bend over against Guna.

In any case, Guna held his cool and players changed out, which appeared to switch the force in the meantime. On the last hand of the night, Pongrass finished the little visually impaired and Wong replied with a raise to 150,000. Pongrass moved all in from that point and Wong decided.

  • Wong: {a-Hearts}{k-Diamonds}
  • Pongrass: {a-Spades}{q-Spades}

The board came {5-Clubs}{8-Clubs}{2-Diamonds}{6-Spades}{5-Hearts}. As such a significant number of the hands at the last table, high cards takes the pot and on this specific hand the title. Group Pongrass and Fester leave as sprinters up with a paycheck of $16,757.

Also, that leaves Wong and Guna as the last group standing and the 2017 WSOP Sydney Circuit Team Event Champions. They earned $27,138 and Gold Ring to praise their accomplishment.

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Their outcomes appeared to surpass their desires. “At first we simply needed to get a coat,” Guna told the Star Poker Room Live Reporting Team, alluding to the exceptionally smart coats granted to all players who make the last table.

“At that point when we made the last table we figured it would be extremely cool to be top three. At that point when we were heads up we said we should put it all on the line and see what happens.” What’s more, look what happened. Wong refered to a hand against Team Briggs and Hill that set them in place to win.

“The hand against Jimmy (Briggs Jr) where we had {a-Hearts}{j-Clubs} and they had {7-Clubs}{8-Diamonds} and he floundered top match and we made a straight on the stream. That was the defining moment. We ought to have been gone there yet we survived.”

“This is the first occasion when I have played a Teams Event with Sid,” Wong told the Star Poker Live Reporting Team. “I regularly play with my better half and I may be stuck in an unfortunate situation getting this outcome without her.” Something discloses to us she’ll approve of the outcome and may even bow out again next time.

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