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2024 World Series of Poker

Giorni 5
Event Info

2024 World Series of Poker

Risultati finali
Vincitore
Mano Vincente
ak
Premio
$1,098,220
Event Info
Buy-in
$1,500
Montepremi
$11,619,840
Entries
8,703
Informazioni livello
Livello
43
Bui
2,000,000 / 4,000,000
Ante
4,000,000
Informazioni Giocatori - Giorno 5
Entries
7
Giocatori Rimasti
1

Event #38: $1,500 Monster Stack No-Limit Hold'em

Giorno 5 completo

Event #38: Pedro Neves Converts a Massive Chip Lead into a WSOP Bracelet in the $1,500 Monster Stack No-Limit Hold'em ($1,098,220)

Livello 43 : Blinds 2,000,000/4,000,000, 4,000,000 ante
Pedro Neves
Pedro Neves

Pedro Neves arrived at the final table of the 2024 World Series of Poker Event #38: $1,500 Monster Stack No-Limit Hold'em as the odds-on favorite, as he had almost twice the stack of the second in chips, Aaron Johnson. He still had to eliminate his last six opponents on Day 5 to claim his first-ever WSOP bracelet, and he managed to do so, keeping his chip lead until the end.

Out of a field of 8,703 entrants that created a prize pool of $11,619,840, Neves claimed the first-place prize of $1,098,220 and the gold bracelet, while Johnson took second place for $732,329. Despite having one of the shortest stacks at the beginning of the final day, Jerry Maher finished in third place for $550,920.

WSOP Event #38: $1,500 Monster Stack No-Limit Hold'em Final Table Results

PlacePlayerPrizePrize
1Pedro NevesPortugal$1,098,220
2Aaron Johnson (MN)United States$732,329
3Jerry MaherUnited States$550,920
4Jose Carlos BritoPortugal$417,213
5Guangming LiUnited States$318,077
6Brian RoffUnited States$244,137
7Tim ReillyUnited States$188,660
8Bret MartinUnited States$146,789
9Robin GuillaumotFrance$114,998
Pedro Neves
Pedro Neves

Winner's Reaction

Before he won his first WSOP bracelet, Neves was mostly known for his online results and his second-place finish in the 2023 PCA for $1,183,037. “This is completely different compared to PCA,” Neves said moments after his win. “I dreamed about the bracelet since I started watching poker when I was 14 or 15. It feels great.”

Since Day 4, it felt like Neves could not escape victory as he arrived on Day 5 “with 40 percent of the chips” and a massive chip lead after he won a 90,000,000 chip pot when there were 19 players left. However, this comfortable situation added a bit of pressure on his shoulders: “Every one of my friends thought that I already won it, but there was so much work to do today. So it was a difficult night, but I was focused, and I think I played my best game."

Pedro Neves
Pedro Neves

Final Day's Action

Only seven players came back on Day 5, hoping to win the prestigious WSOP gold bracelet. But it wasn’t an easy task for the shortest stacks, as they only had 15 big blinds while Neves had almost 90.

Shortly after the restart, Maher was the first player to find himself at risk with queens, but Brian Roff had queens as well, so they just split the pot. Guangming Li was more fortunate as he doubled up with ace-queen against Tim Reilly’s ace-king. Left with three blinds after this hand, Reilly thought he was going to multiply his stack by three or four after he shoved with ace-jack, was called three times and flopped two pair. However, Li hit a better two pair, and Reilly was the first player eliminated on the day, finishing in seventh place for $188,660.

Tim Reilly
Tim Reilly

Reilly was followed to the payout desk by Roff in sixth place for $244,137 after running his ace-nine into Neves’ ace-jack. But between Reilly and Roff’s eliminations, Jose Carlos Brito was lucky enough to double up.

Maher doubled up as well with aces, but when Li shoved with tens just before the first break of the day, he was called by Brito with ace-seven and Li was eliminated in fifth place for $318,077 after Brito hit the ace on the river.

After the break, very little action was reported for an hour and a half until Brito three-bet all in with king-ten and was called by Neves with ace-king. The board didn’t help Brito and his tournament came to an end in fourth place for $417,213.

Pedro Neves
Pedro Neves

Maher (3rd place - $550,920), who survived all the way to the top three with his small stack, was eventually eliminated with jack-ten against Neves’ sevens, leaving Neves with 80% of the chips in play when the heads-up play began. He even extended his lead after he hit a runner-runner flush to crack Johnson’s kings, but Johnson immediately doubled up to come back in the match.

When he found himself at risk for the second time, Johnson was on his way to double up again after he hit a straight on the turn. But the river gave a flush to Neves, who was crowned the winner of the 2024 WSOP $1,500 Monster Stack.

Pedro Neves
Pedro Neves

That concludes PokerNews coverage of the $1,500 Monster Stack No-Limit Hold'em. Stay tuned for more coverage throughout the 2024 WSOP!

Tags: Aaron JohnsonBret MartinBrian RoffGuangming LiJerry MaherJose Carlos BritoPedro NevesRobin GuillaumotTim Reilly

Pedro Neves Wins Event #38: $1,500 Monster Stack No-Limit Hold'em ($1,098,220)

Livello 43 : Blinds 2,000,000/4,000,000, 4,000,000 ante
Pedro Neves
Pedro Neves

Out of a field of 8,704 entrants, Portugal's Pedro Neves was crowned as the winner of Event #38: $1,500 Monster Stack No-Limit Hold'em. He won the first-place prize of $1,098,220 and his first ever WSOP bracelet.

Stay tuned as PokerNews provides you the winner's reaction and a recap of the day.

Tags: Pedro Neves

Aaron Johnson Eliminated in 2nd Place ($732,329)

Livello 43 : Blinds 2,000,000/4,000,000, 4,000,000 ante
Aaron Johnson (MN)
Aaron Johnson (MN)

Pedro Neves limped from the button, then snap-called when Aaron Johnson moved all in for 63,400,000.

Aaron Johnson: A2 All in
Pedro Neves: AK

The dealer fanned a flop of 347 which gave a straight draw to Johnson, but a flush draw to Neves.

The 5 turn completed Johnson's straight, so his rail cheered but Johnson beckoned them to calm down as the river card was still coming.

The 6 river eventually gave a flush to Neves, who won Event #38: $1,500 Monster Stack No-Limit Hold'em while Johnson ended up as the runner-up of the tournament for $732,329.

Pedro Neves
Pedro Neves
Pedro Neves
Pedro Neves
Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Pedro Neves pt
Pedro Neves
435,000,000
58,200,000
58,200,000
Day 4 Chip Leader
WSOP 1X Winner
Aaron Johnson (MN) us
Aaron Johnson (MN)
Eliminato

Tags: Aaron JohnsonPedro Neves

Johnson Doubles Up

Livello 43 : Blinds 2,000,000/4,000,000, 4,000,000 ante
Aaron Johnson (MN)
Aaron Johnson (MN)

Pedro Neves raised all in from the button and Johnson in the big blind called for his last 26,700,000.

Aaron Johnson (MN): AQ All in
Pedro Neves: Q5

Johnson hit top pair on A6359 and he secured a double up.

Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Pedro Neves pt
Pedro Neves
376,800,000
-47,200,000
-47,200,000
Day 4 Chip Leader
WSOP 1X Winner
Aaron Johnson (MN) us
Aaron Johnson (MN)
66,400,000
49,200,000
49,200,000

Tags: Aaron JohnsonPedro Neves

Runner-Runner Flush for Neves

Livello 43 : Blinds 2,000,000/4,000,000, 4,000,000 ante

On the second hand of the heads up play, Aaron Johnson limped from the button so Pedro Neves in the big blind checked his option to find a flop of 563.

Neves led out for 4,000,000. He was called by Johnson then checked the 5 turn where Johnson bet 13,000,000.

Neves called and the 10 river landed on the felt. Neves checked and called with 96 for a runner-runner flush after Johnson bet 30,000,000 with KK.

Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Pedro Neves pt
Pedro Neves
424,000,000
59,000,000
59,000,000
Day 4 Chip Leader
WSOP 1X Winner
Aaron Johnson (MN) us
Aaron Johnson (MN)
17,200,000
-53,000,000
-53,000,000

Tags: Aaron JohnsonPedro Neves

Jerry Maher Eliminated in 3rd Place ($550,920)

Livello 43 : Blinds 2,000,000/4,000,000, 4,000,000 ante
Jerry Maher
Jerry Maher

Pedro Neves on the button raised to 25,200,000. Jerry Maher in the big blind went into the tank, and eventually called for his last 25,200,000.

Jerry Maher: J10 All in
Pedro Neves: 77

The board of A9463 was no help for Maher, who left the table in third place for $550,920.

Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Pedro Neves pt
Pedro Neves
365,000,000
41,200,000
41,200,000
Day 4 Chip Leader
WSOP 1X Winner
Aaron Johnson (MN) us
Aaron Johnson (MN)
70,200,000
-2,000,000
-2,000,000
Jerry Maher us
Jerry Maher
Eliminato

Tags: Jerry MaherPedro Neves

Jose Carlos Brito Eliminated in 4th Place ($417,213)

Livello 43 : Blinds 2,000,000/4,000,000, 4,000,000 ante
Jose Brito
Jose Brito

Pedro Neves raised to 8,000,000 from the button, but Jose Carlos Brito in the small blind three-bet all in for 37,200,000. Aaron Johnson in the big blind folded, and Neves called.

Jose Carlos Brito: K10 All in
Pedro Neves: AK

Neves kept the lead all the way through a board of 38672 and Brito was sent to the rail in fourth place for $417,213.

Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Pedro Neves pt
Pedro Neves
323,800,000
61,200,000
61,200,000
Day 4 Chip Leader
WSOP 1X Winner
Aaron Johnson (MN) us
Aaron Johnson (MN)
72,200,000
-6,000,000
-6,000,000
Jerry Maher us
Jerry Maher
39,200,000
-13,000,000
-13,000,000
Jose Carlos Brito pt
Jose Carlos Brito
Eliminato

Tags: Aaron JohnsonJose Carlos BritoPedro Neves

Two Pair for Neves

Livello 43 : Blinds 2,000,000/4,000,000, 4,000,000 ante

Aaron Johnson on the button opened to 8,000,000 with JJ, then Pedro Neves in the big blind three-bet to 28,000,000 with AK.

Johnson made the call, but both players decided to check the K9Q flop.

On the 3 turn, Neves bet 35,000,000. Johnson called to find the A river where Neves checked. Johnson checked back but lost the pot.

Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Pedro Neves pt
Pedro Neves
262,600,000
63,000,000
63,000,000
Day 4 Chip Leader
WSOP 1X Winner
Aaron Johnson (MN) us
Aaron Johnson (MN)
78,200,000
-67,000,000
-67,000,000

Tags: Aaron JohnsonPedro Neves

Johnson Hits a Straight

Livello 43 : Blinds 2,000,000/4,000,000, 4,000,000 ante

In a blind versus blind situation, Jose Carlos Brito in the small blind checked the 6Q5 flop and called when Aaron Johnson in the big blind bet 4,000,000.

The turn came 7 and Brito check-called again for 8,000,000.

After Johnson fired a third barrel of 27,000,000 on the 10, Brito decided to call with Q7 for two pair. Unfortunately for Brito, Johnson with 43 hit a straight on the turn to scoop the pot.

Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Aaron Johnson (MN) us
Aaron Johnson (MN)
145,200,000
43,000,000
43,000,000
Jose Carlos Brito pt
Jose Carlos Brito
55,200,000
-26,000,000
-26,000,000

Tags: Aaron JohnsonJose Carlos Brito