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2024 World Series of Poker

Giorni 3
Event Info

2024 World Series of Poker

Risultati finali
Vincitore
Mano Vincente
j6
Premio
$342,551
Event Info
Buy-in
$800
Montepremi
$3,011,712
Entries
4,278
Informazioni livello
Livello
43
Bui
1,500,000 / 3,000,000
Ante
3,000,000
Informazioni Giocatori - Giorno 3
Entries
9
Giocatori Rimasti
1

Event #36: $800 8-Handed No-Limit Hold'em DeepStack

Giorno 3 completo

Timur Margolin Wins Third Bracelet in Event #36: $800 NLHE Deepstack for $342,551

Livello 43 : Blinds 1,500,000/3,000,000, 3,000,000 ante
Timur Margolin
Timur Margolin

A lightning fast final table of Event #36: $800 8-Handed No-Limit Hold'em Deepstack came to a close after only four hours of play, with Timur Margolin overcoming Agharazi Babayev to take down his third bracelet.

The Israel native was congratulated by a rail of friends and fellow players. After what felt like a dominant run on the final table, he pocketed $342,551 for first place and, of course, a coveted WSOP bracelet to add to his collection.

Crushing last year’s impressive numbers, the event was another record-breaker, with a turnout of 4,278 entries, which generated a prize pool of $3,011,712.

Final Table Payouts

PlacePlayerCountryPrize
1Timur MargolinIsrael$342,551
2Agharazi BabayevAzerbaijan$228,321
3Michael AllenUnited Kingdom$168,276
4Adam HendrixUnited States$125,074
5Joseph CoudenUnited States$93,758
6Francisco RiosvallejoMexico$70,890
7Cole UvilaUnited States$54,066
8Vaughan MachadoUnited States$41,597
9Jeremy ChenTaiwan$32,288

With the inclusion of an unexpected Day 3, Margolin found himself starting the day as the chip leader. However, his early aggression hindered his stack as he failed to win many pots throughout the first 45 minutes of play. His prior experience with final tables in the WSOP and continued aggression helped him to climb back and soar through the remaining field looking unstoppable along the way.

Winner’s Reaction

Margolin was quick to thank his family for their support, and said he was looking forward to playing more at the Series.

"I wanna thank my wife and kids for being so supportive of my decision to travel and play poker," Margolin told PokerNews. "To live a family life and grind tournaments is not an easy lifestyle to manage.

"If it wasn't for my wife's support, I would be playing the Series in the first place."

Compared to his previous bracelet wins, Margolin said that this tournament went quicker than expected.

"It just led to more action and short-stack play," he told PokerNews.

Margolin shared that a big win with ace-queen suited was a calculated risk as he had a lot of fold equity against the similar sized stacks.

“This allowed me to regain momentum and apply maximum ICM pressure on the shorter stack players and expand my chip lead exponentially.” Margolin added.

Timur Margolin
Timur Margolin

Final Day Action

Margolin already held two WSOP bracelets and his prior experience in WSOP events showed. Also among the final table were 25k Fantasy Draft picks Adam Hendrix and Joseph Couden.

Jeremy Chen was the first to fall as Babayev chipped up to a healthy third place stack.

Margolin then eliminated Vaughan Machado in a battle of the blinds to hold nearly double the stack of his nearest opponent.

Players began dropping left and right while Margolin continued to assert maximum pressure. Cole Uvila and Francisco Riosvallejo fell in rapid succession to Margolin who now sat with sixty percent of the chips in play.

Timur Margolin
Timur Margolin

Both Couden and Hendrix found themselves with most of their stack committed due to the increased blinds. Couden lost his flip, while Hendrix made a double with the worst starting hand in poker.

Hendrix soon fell to Babayev as both he and Michael Allen both battled to ladder up. It was the former who achieved that as Allen was eliminated soon after.

Finally, Margolin’s overwhelming chip lead was too much to overcome over the heads-up contest, as Babayev finished as the runner up.

Timur Margolin
Timur Margolin

This ends PokerNews coverage of this event, but be sure to stay tuned as we bring you all the action for the rest of the World Series of Poker.

Tags: Adam HendrixAgharazi BabayevCole UvilaFrancisco RiosvallejoJeremy ChenJoseph CoudenMichael AllenTimur MargolinVaughan Machado

Agharazi Babayev Eliminated in 2nd Place ($228,321)

Livello 43 : Blinds 1,500,000/3,000,000, 3,000,000 ante
Agharazi Babayev
Agharazi Babayev

Agharazi Babayev called on the button. Timur Margolin checked his option.

The board came 65J and Margolin checked to Babayev. He fired for 3,000,000 and Margolin made the call.

While the 2 peeled off on the river, Babayev jammed all in and was snap called by Margolin. Both players revealed their hands.

Agharazi Babayev: 88 All in
Timur Margolin: J6

The board completed with the Q sending Babayev out just shy of the victory.

Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Timur Margolin il
Timur Margolin
171,200,000
12,500,000
12,500,000
Day 2 Chip Leader
WSOP 3X Winner
Agharazi Babayev az
Agharazi Babayev
Eliminato

Tags: Timur MargolinAgharazi Babayev

Livello: 43

Bui: 1,500,000/3,000,000

Ante: 3,000,000

Babayev Finds an Unlikely Double

Livello 42 : Blinds 1,300,000/2,500,000, 2,500,000 ante

Timur Margolin, on the button, raised enough to put Agharazi Babayev, in the big blind, all in. Babayev, with most of his stack already in the middle, looked pained by his decision but ultimately made the call.

Agharazi Babayev: 93 All in
Timur Margolin: 43

In an unlikely showdown, Babayev actually had Margolin dominated. The 662108 changed nothing and Babayev's nine high doubled him up.

Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Timur Margolin il
Timur Margolin
158,700,000
3,100,000
3,100,000
Day 2 Chip Leader
WSOP 3X Winner
Agharazi Babayev az
Agharazi Babayev
12,500,000
-3,700,000
-3,700,000

Tags: Agharazi BabayevTimur Margolin

Michael Allen Eliminated in 3rd Place ($168,276)

Livello 42 : Blinds 1,300,000/2,500,000, 2,500,000 ante
Michael Allen
Michael Allen

Timur Margolin raised to 6,500,000 from the small blind. Michael Allen, in the big blind, thought for a considerable amount of time before moving all in for 36,600,000 and Margolin snap-called.

Michael Allen: A3 All in
Timur Margolin: AQ

The board ran out 88J106; Allen was dominated from the start and couldn't improve on the five-card run out, ultimately sending him to the rail in third place.

Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Timur Margolin il
Timur Margolin
155,600,000
37,900,000
37,900,000
Day 2 Chip Leader
WSOP 3X Winner
Agharazi Babayev az
Agharazi Babayev
16,200,000
-6,300,000
-6,300,000
Michael Allen gb
Michael Allen
Eliminato

Tags: Michael AllenTimur Margolin

Allen Flops the World

Livello 42 : Blinds 1,300,000/2,500,000, 2,500,000 ante
Michael Allen
Michael Allen

Timur Margolin raised to 20,000,000 from the small blind and Michael Allen made the call from the big blind.

Michael Allen: A3 All in
Timur Margolin: KJ

The board ran out 34278 for Allen to find the double.

Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Timur Margolin il
Timur Margolin
117,700,000
-1,400,000
-1,400,000
Day 2 Chip Leader
WSOP 3X Winner
Michael Allen gb
Michael Allen
37,900,000
10,000,000
10,000,000

Tags: Michael AllenTimur Margolin

Adam Hendrix Eliminated in 4th Place ($125,074)

Livello 42 : Blinds 1,300,000/2,500,000, 2,500,000 ante
Adam Hendrix
Adam Hendrix

Agharazi Babayev moved all in for 11,200,000 from the button. After some time in the tank, Adam Hendrix called off the bet from the big blind for his effective stack of 7,500,000.

Adam Hendrix: Q4 All in
Agharazi Babayev: KK

The flop brought a decent sweat for Hendrix as the A78 gave him a flush draw. However, the 8 turn and A river did not complete Hendrix's draw and he was sent to the rail.

Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Agharazi Babayev az
Agharazi Babayev
22,500,000
2,825,000
2,825,000
Adam Hendrix us
Adam Hendrix
Eliminato
$25K Fantasy

Tags: Adam HendrixAgharazi Babayev

Livello: 42

Bui: 1,300,000/2,500,000

Ante: 2,500,000

The "Worst Starting Hand in Poker" Becomes the Best

Livello 41 : Blinds 1,000,000/2,000,000, 2,000,000 ante
Adam Hendrix
Adam Hendrix

Adam Hendrix had 4,000,000 of his 6,500,000 chips in for the big blind and ante. Action folded to Timur Margolin in the small blind and he raised to 5,000,000. Hendrix said he had "the worst starting hand in poker" but he had to make the call as both players revealed their hands.

Adam Hendrix: 72 All in
Timur Margolin: AK

The board ran out 44542 for Hendrix to find the double.

Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Timur Margolin il
Timur Margolin
119,100,000
11,200,000
11,200,000
Day 2 Chip Leader
WSOP 3X Winner
Adam Hendrix us
Adam Hendrix
11,000,000
-7,000,000
-7,000,000
$25K Fantasy

Tags: Adam HendrixTimur Margolin