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2019 Wsop Event #2: $10,000 No-Limit Hold'em Super Turbo Bounty

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Daniel makes the final table of his first WSOP event of 2019


Asher Conniff Leads Final Six in Event #2: $10,000 Super Turbo Bounty; Daniel Negreanu Still in Contention



The final six players have been reached in Event #2: $10,000 Super Turbo Bounty. This event attracted a field of 204 players creating a prize pool of $1,305,600.


Asher Conniff will return on the final day as the chip leader with 4,215,000. Conniff started the final table as the chip leader and managed to keep the lead until the end of play. Conniff in search of his first WSOP gold bracelet and has put himself in prime position to get it.


He is followed by Loren Klein with 3,130,000 chips. Klein already has three gold bracelets and will be looking to add a fourth one to his collection. Klein was near the the top of the leaderboard most of the day and used his chip advantage to pick up on short stacks and add to his stack. Bosnian phenom Ali Imsirovic sits in third place with 2,180,000, but the action will be fast on the final day, with that stack equating to just 27 big blinds.


It will be the six-time WSOP bracelet winner Daniel Negreanu (1,015,000) who grabs many of the headlines, after a dramatic build-up to the summer including marriage and the sale of much of his action. 'Kid Poker' only has 13 big blinds, but a chance at winning his first bracelet of the summer in the first open event. Ping Liu (990,000) and Brian Green (720,000) round out the remaining players, and both will be looking for an early double-up when play returns to put themselves back in contention.


Negreanu was supported by a growing rail throughout the day. As usual, he didn't fail to impress and played his best game, locking up a spot at the final table at the first opportunity. Negreanu is in the hunt for the 2019 WSOP Player of the Year title and is definitely off to a great start.

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Daniel Negreanu Eliminated in 6th Place ($52,099)


Hand #29: Daniel Negreanu shoved from the button for 815,000 and Loren Klein asked for a count from the big blind. The dealer and Negreanu confirmed the amount which prompted Klein to make the call.

Daniel Negreanu:

Loren Klein:

The board ran out for Klein to turn a pair of queens to eliminate Negreanu as the first player today. Negreanu made his way to the payout desk for his 111th WSOP cash to date.

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