PokerStars Championship Macau: Ramos busts, Smith leads with 19 left in the $100K

April 08, 2017

Just 19 players remain in the HK$100K High Roller. Unfortunately, PokerStars Team Pro Felipe Ramos is not one of them.

Ramos got his money all in with pocket queens, which Sergey Lebedev called with ace king. Unfortunately for the Brazilian, he lost the race and went to collect his cash.

There are still plenty of other big names still alive though. Dan Smith is the chipleader, while Nick Petrangelo, Daniel Dvoress, Manig Loeser, Michael Addamo, Troy Quenneville, Xiaoyang Luo, Sergey Lebedev and Adrian Attenborough are still in contention.

Here are the chip counts as players return from their dinner break:

Player Chips
Dan Smith 1,047,000
Raghav Bansal 980,000
Sergey Lebedev 752,000
Troy Quenneville 736,000
James Chen 648,000
Yang Wang 515,000
Michael Addamo 464,000
Ben Lai 462,000
Xixiang Luo 440,000
Ryan Yu 395,000
Sosia Jiang 395,000
Nick Petrangelo 386,000
Daniel Dvoress 375,000
Adrian Attenborough 340,000
Masaya Nakagawa 331,000
Manig Loeser 230,000
Xiaoyang Luo 178,000
Zhong Wang 159,000
Shuo Li 115,000

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Dan Smith yesterday – gown but not out

The bubble burst not too long ago – you can read how it happened here.

Since then, we’ve lost Morten Mortensen, Martin Kozlov and Dmitry Yurasov, all of whom cashed for HK$175K. Mortensen lost an all in with pocket eights against Dan Smith’s pocket jacks; Kozlov’s ace king lost to Troy Quenneville’s ace queen; and Yurasov busted to James Chen.

Nariman Yaghmai, Lee Wai Kiat, Danny Tang, and Yan Shing Tsang have also been eliminated. Check out the full payouts page for the prizes.

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Kozlov’s gone

This tournament is running at a particular fast speed. That means the stacks are pretty deep, so we should have some very interesting action from here on in.

For live updates of this event, head over to our friends at PokerNews.

Jack Stanton is a freelance contributor to the PokerStars Blog.

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