Read Remko on the Rail during the 2018 World Series of Poker to stay up to date with all the latest from the Rio. Yesterday was Day 16 of the WSOP, and here’s a recap of the action and a look ahead at what’s to come on both PokerGO and Twitch.

Rock ‘n Roll on Twitch

Rock legend and the producer of Nirvana’s In Utero, Steve Albini has been a poker fan for decades, competing at the World Series of Poker for many years. Albini recorded his first cash in the $1,500 Seven Card Stud back in 2010, and last night he won that very event by defeating a final table that included plenty of big names. Rewatch the entire final table in the Twitch player below.
Watch WSOP Event #31 – $1500 Seven Card Stud – FINAL TABLE from PokerCentral on www.twitch.tvThe final day of this event started with both Chris ‘Jesus’ Ferguson and Jeff Lisandro eyeing their seventh bracelet, and along with two women in contention – Katherine Fleck and Esther Rossi – making this into a highly intriguing showdown. After Albini coolered Ferguson in a big pot with four players remaining, the rocker managed to pull away and coast into a heads-up battle versus the fearless Lisandro.

The Aussie with four Stud bracelets, winning WSOP Player of the Year in 2009, grabbed the chip lead right away and had Albini down to just 9 big bets before losing ground. The heads-up battle lasted nearly as long as the rest of the final table, but in the end, Albini was victorious taking home $105,629.

$1,500 Seven Card Stud Final Table Payouts
Name Country Payout
1 Steven Albini United States $105,629
2 Jeff Lisandro Australia $65,282
3 Katherine Fleck United States $43,765
4 Chris Ferguson United States $29,999
5 Frankie O’Dell United States $21,035
6 Paul Sexton United States $15,096
7 Michael Moore United States $11,095
8 Esther Rossi United States $8,355

The other winner that was crowned last night went by the name of Gal Yifrach. Yifrach won his first bracelet in the $3,000 No Limit Hold’em 6-Max event for $461,798. Yifrach defeated a field of 868 players and a final table that included James ‘mig.com’ Mackey, Aaron Mermelstein, Darren Rabinowitz and Ana Marquez. Notables that busted short of the final table included Jason Mercier (16th – $20,975) and Tony Dunst (13th – $20,975).

$3,000 No Limit Hold’em 6-Max Final Table Payouts
Name Country Payout
1 Gal Yifrach United States $461,798
2 James Mackey United States $285,377
3 Gary Hasson Belgium $193,716
4 Aaron Mermelstein United States $133,731
5 Darren Rabinowitz United States $93,917
6 Ana Marquez Spain $67,116

Now What?

As the excitement builds up for the final table of the $50,000 Poker Players Championship on Tuesday, it’s good to mark down your calendar for some exciting action on Twitch. Tomorrow at 6pm ET Day 4 of the PPC kicks off on Twitch.

Here’s an overview of the upcoming events on both PokerGO and Twitch.

Date Time (ET) Platform Event
18-Jun 6:00 Twitch $50,000 Players Championship Day 4
19-Jun 6:00 PokerGO $50,000 Players Championship Final Table
19-Jun 6:00 Twitch $10,000 Seven Card Stud Day 2
20-Jun 6:00 PokerGO $10,000 Seven Card Stud Final Table
20-Jun 4:00 Twitch $1,500 NLHE Final Table
21-Jun 4:00 Twitch $1,500 NLHE Shootout Final Table
22-Jun 6:00 PokerGO $25,000 Pot Limit Omaha Final Table
23-Jun 4:00 Twitch $2,500 NLHE Final Table
23-Jun 6:00 PokerGO $10,000 Limit 2-7 Triple Draw Final Table

The action at the Rio today includes Day 3 of the Seniors Event, Day 3 of the PPC, the second flight of the $1,000 Double Stack, Day 2 of the $1,500 Mixed Omaha, and Day 1 of the Super Seniors Event. Starting tomorrow are both the $10,000 Seven Card Stud Championship and a new $1,500 No Limit Hold’em tournament. These events will be streamed on PokerGO and Twitch on their final tables.

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