A huge day of action at the World Series of Poker saw Day 48 of the series take place, with Koray Aldemir leading from start to finish in the WSOP Main Event as nine turned to three on the penultimate day of the world’s biggest poker tournament. The final table began
Alejandro Lococo was seen standing on the rail, talking to the tournament director. Former table mate Ivan Luca told us that he had run ace-king into pocket nines for his last 2.5 million in chips.
When we arrived, Alejandro Lococo in the hijack already had his entire stack of 4,165,000 in the middle and one of his middle-position opponents - who had Lococo covered - also had all of his chips in the middle. A third player, much shorter with 1,075,000, on the button had
Alejandro "Papo MC" Lococo spend the last couple of levels on the Feature Table, but now is back in the field of regular tables and has a decent stack in front of him. Just now, we sam him bet 275,000 from the hijack on a board of [7cQd7d] [Th] [3h]. His
Alejandro ''Papo MC'' Lococo sat in the big blind with [td7h] when he saw the cutoff raise to 26,000 with [7s7c]. Lococo called from the blinds and the [kdtc9s] flop was dealt. Lococo check-called a bet to see the [th] on the turn. Both checked this time and the [ad] river