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The Big Event -- Final Table set at the Bike (Latest News About Casino, Poker, Baccarat in Philippines)

The Big Event -- Final Table set at the Bike
Article ID 00041319
Author Ryan Lucchesi
Date JULY 27 2022
There was another short day at The Big Event at the Bicycle Casino on Wednesday in Los Angeles, California. Day 4 welcomed back the final 22 players and there goal was to get down to a final table of eight before play could end. Eliminations came quick throughout the day and the final table was set by 5 p.m. The final table will begin at 1 p.m. PST tomorrow and you can follow along with all of the action on Card Player . Let’s take a look at the final-table lineup and how the final eight players in the tournament found their way into the final day. Final-Table Chip Counts: 1st: Jeremy Ausmus — 4,008,000 2nd: Victor Ramdin — 2,279,000 3rd: Taylor von Kriegenbergh — 1,810,000 4th: Joe Hachem — 1,666,000 5th: Bryan Leskowitz — 1,087,000 6th: Santiago Nadal — 943,000 7th: Jose Noronha — 568,000 8th: Govert Metaal — 149,000 Joe Hachem and Victor Ramdin will be the headliners at the final table tomorrow. Hachem played very well on day 4 and he ended the day with 1,666,000. Ramdin held steady with his large stack and he takes a healthy 2,279,000 into the final table. The chip leader tomorrow will be Jeremy Ausmus with 4,008,000. Ausmus made a late rush on day 4 that was capped off when he eliminated David Paredes on the final-table bubble. Notable players who fell during day 4 included Christopher DeMaci (20th place), David Baker (17th place), David Peters (13th place), and Alexander Kamberis (12th place), and Paredes (Ninth place). You can read about all of their elimination hands below, as well as the details from best hand of the day, where Hachem made a tough call against Paredes to double up and kick start his run to the final table. Day 4 Cashes: 9th: David Paredes — $27,000 10th: James Dowdy — $27,000 11th: Wade Townsend — $21,000 12th: Alex Kamberis — $21,000 13th: David Peters — $17,000 14th: Joshua Field — $17,000 15th: Romik Vartzar — $14,000 16th: Jaime Kaplan — $14,000 17th: David Baker — $11,500 18th: Joe Gualtieri — $11,500 19th: Fabrizio Gonzalez — $11,500 20th: Chris DeMaci — $11,500 21st: Bryan Barrile — $11,500 22nd: Michael Kucinski — $11,500 Here is a look at the big hands from day 4 as featured in Card Player’s live updates : Chris DeMaci Eliminated in 20th Place ($11,500) Taylor von Kriegenbergh raised to 25,000 under the gun preflop and Romik Vartzar made the call UTG+1. Chris DeMaci then reraised all in for more than 200,000 from the small blind. Kriegenbergh then reraised all in and Vartzar mucked. Their cards: DaMaci: A K Kriegenbergh: Q Q Board: J 4 2 8 4 DeMaci was eliminated in 20th place and he will take home $11,500 in prize money. Kriegenbergh grew his stack close to 2 million after the hand. David Baker Eliminated in 17th Place ($11,500) David Baker moved all in preflop from the cutoff and Taylor von Kriegenbergh reraised all in from the button. Everyone else mucked and the two players flipped over their cards: Baker: K J Kriegenbergh: A 9 Board: A 5 3 5 K Baker was eliminated on the hand in 17th place and he will take home $11,500 in prize money. Kriegenbergh stormed into the chip lead as the first player to hold 2 million after the hand. Joe Hachem Doubles up after making a Great Call Joe Hachem raised to 42,000 from the hi-jack and David Paredes made the call from the button preflop. The flop was dealt 6 4 3 and Hachem bet 83,000. Paredes made the call and the turn fell K . Hachem then went into the tank before betting 173,000. Paredes then quickly raised all in, which was more than enough to put Hachem on a decision for his tournament life. He went into the tank for a while and eventually made the call. Their cards: Hachem: K 8 Paredes: 5 5 River: 3 Hachem won the hand and he doubled up to 1.5 million. Paredes dropped to 800,000. David Peters Eliminated in 13th Place ($17,000) Wade Townsend moved all in preflop from the small blind for 425,000 and David Peters made an all-in call on the big blind. Their cards: Peters: A 8 Townsend: J 2 Board: J 6 6 10 Q Peters was eliminated on the hand in 13th place and he will take home $17,000 in prize money. Alex Kamberis Eliminated in 12th Place ($21,000) Alex Kamberis moved all in from the small blind for 350,000 and David Paredes quickly called from the big blind. Their cards: Kamberis: A 7 Paredes: Q Q Board: K 6 5 4 7 Kamberis was eliminated on the hand in 12th place and he will take home $21,000 in prize money. David Paredes Eliminated in Ninth Place ($27,000) Jeremy Ausmus raised to 54,000 from early position preflop and Brian Leskowitz and Joe Hachem both made the call. David Paredes then reraised all for 700,000 on the button. Ausmus made the call while the other two players got out of the way. Their cards: Ausmus: A A Paredes: Q J Board: 8 6 6 7 A Ausmus won the hand to grow his stack to 4 million. Paredes was eliminated on the final-table bubble in ninth place and he will take home $27,000 in prize money.

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