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2010 World Series of Pokee News
Supplied below is all news on the 2010 WSOP. Updated in real time so check back often.
WSOP FINAL TABLE: HEADS-UP DECIDED - 11/7/10 - Just past midnight, Las Vegas time, Sunday - the final table of the World Series of Poker Main Event recorded its fifth casualty when the much favoured Michael Mizrachi was eliminated by a rampant Jonathan Duhamel. Mizrachi left the table to collect his fifth placing prize money of $2,332,992.
World Series of Poker Main Event Final Table Starts - 11/7/10 - The 2010 World Series of Poker final table is in full swing following a roaring, show-business start Saturday in which the individual members of the November Nine were led into the Penn & Teller theatre at the Rio in Las Vegas by scantily clad ring girls in scenes more reminiscent of a boxing tournament than a poker event.
Wsop Main Event Final Table Tonight 11/6/10 - 11/6/10 - This Saturday, November 6 2010, will see the nine survivors from this years World Series of Poker Main Event reconvene to decide who takes home the main prize of $8,944,138.
2010 Wsop : Final 9 Profiles - Jason Senti of St. Louis Park, Minnesota is 25 years old and a pro player with ten series cashes that have earned him $157,528, and four circuit cashes worth $543,637
Poker : 2010 Wsop : Final Table - It took just on six more hours for the final table bubble boy to bust out at level 36 in the early morning hours Sunday, and it was Brandon Steven, who had been short-stacked for most of the day but valiantly tried to improve his position.
Poker : Wsop Down to 10 : One to go before final table - Just before midnight Vegas time Saturday night the 41st World Series of Poker main event was down to the wire as recentpoker.com went press. Only ten players remained, playing in the knowledge that a place at the final table of nine and a crack at the really big money was in the balance.
Poker : Wsop Down to 27 Players - The action settled down a little following dinner, but around level 29 a string of 11 bust outs saw the likes of Theo Jorgensen, Gianni Direnzo, and Bryn Kenney head for the cashier, each earning $255,242. Kenney was the last major elimination – at 28th - of the day.
Day 10 : 2010 World Series of Poker main event - 7/16/10 - The tenth action packed day of the 2010 World Series of Poker main event saw the last woman still in contention, Breeze Zuckerman eliminated in 121st place by Eric Baldwin, covering her $10,000 buy-in with a $57,102 prize.
205 Left in Wsop Main Event - 7/15/10 - It’s been eight tough days since the 2010 World Series of Poker main event started with 7,319 hopefuls ponying up $10,000 apiece to be part of the action, but as Day 5 chips were bagged Wednesday night only 205 players could look forward to another day of play when the competition reconvenes Thursday afternoon.
2010 Wsop Hits the Money Bubble - Only 576 players remain in the 2010 World Series of Poker main event with the conclusion of Day 4 action 11pm Vegas time on Tuesday night.
Poker : Wsop Expanding - 7/14/10 - Harrah's Interactive division chief Mitch Garber has indicated in an interview that his company is seriously considering expanding the World Series of Poker franchise beyond the current Las Vegas and London offerings to France and Italy, where liberalised laws have expanded possibilities in dedicated and regulated markets.
Poker : Wsop Main Event Day 3 - 2,559 players, all that remains of an initial overall main event entry field of 7,319, started the day, with David Assouline in the chip lead and the money bubble still way off in the distance at 747. Once that point is reached every survivor stands to pick up at least $19,263.
2010 Wsop Rest Day - 7/12/10 - Sunday was a much-appreciated rest day for the survivors of the first six heats - Day 1a to 1d and Days 2a and 2b - in the main event of the 41st World Series of Poker.
Poker : Wsop Day 2B - Day 2B of the Main Event at the 41st World Series of Poker started Saturday afternoon in Las Vegas, bringing together the survivors of Days 1b and 1d as the attrition process continues.
Poker : Wsop Day 2A - 7/11/10 - The $10,000 buy-in main event preliminary heats at the 41st World Series of Poker in Las Vegas continued to steadily whittle down the Day 1 entry fields Friday afternoon as the first of the Day 2 heats started out.
2010 Great year For WSOP and Poker - 7/9/10 - Entries are up and prizes with them in poker's biggest tournament. Sign-ups for the 56 preliminary events in the current 41st World Series of Poker have significantly outstripped those over the past two years, with the registrations of 65,647 entrants this year so far, the Main Event numbers are yet to be added, easily eclipsing last year's 53,508 at the same point by some 22 percent.
Poker : Wsop Main Event Day 1 C - 7/8/10 - The signups bring the total number of players registered in the first three days to 4,928, with one more heat – Day 1d – still to be held. The current record for registrations at a WSOP Main Event is 8,773, set in 2006.
World Series of Poker Main Event Day 1B - At 1,489, the second of four Day 1 heats, Day 1B attracted a larger number of entrants than Day 1A’s 1,125, but there was still plenty of star-power in the field as the action commenced Tuesday afternoon..
Wsop Main Event Day 1a - Monday afternoon saw the start of the first heat of the 41st World Series of Poker Main Event kick off as 1,125 entrants for Day 1a action assembled at the Rio in Las Vegas.
Wsop Event 56 Final Results - By level 33 and the early hours of the morning it was a wrap, with Tomar Berda taking his first bracelet and the main prize of $825,976 and his truly tough opponent heading to the cashier and a second place payout of $510,939.
Wsop Event 54 Final Results - Late Monday night Vonk finally dispatched his heads up opponent David Peters after a three-and-a-half hour roller coaster of a grand finale that saw the chip lead change several times.
Wsop Event 56 Updates - Day 3 of event 56, a $2,500 buy-in No-Limit Hold’em competition and the last of the preliminary events failed to reach a winner despite continuing into the wee small hours of Monday morning, prompting the officials to bag up for the night and return Monday.
Wsop Poker : Huck Seed takes down the Tournament of Champions - 7/5/10 - Seed is $500 000 wealthier following his victory in the hard-fought tournament, in which an elected field of 27 that included some of the best players in the world clashed over three days of poker. The fifteen year veteran pro faced Howard Lederer in the heads up, despatching him with a second placing payday of $250 000.
Wsop Event 56 Updates July 4 - By late Saturday night level 10 had been reached with the money bubble bursting at spot number 198 and 120 players still standing. Sasha Rosewood was leading on 320 000, followed by Stephen Cellucci on 310 000.
Wsop Event 55 Updates - Tom Dwan made event 55, the $10,000 buy-in Pot-Limit Omaha Championship, a talking point this year as the best of his unsuccessful attempts to win a bracelet against a reportedly significant amount of side bets that he would not.
Wsop event 54 Updates - 7/4/10 - Saturday afternoon saw the start of Day 2 play with 586 players returning for a crack at a gold bracelet and the $570,960 first prize in this event. The money bubble was scheduled to burst at the 396 elimination point, and Tommaso Briotti, Eelke Arjaans, and Andrew Talbot were the big stacks in the field as the cards again hit the air.
Poker ; Wsop Event 53 Final Results - 7/4/10 - The event came to a conclusion on its third day of action Saturday night at level 8 with Taylor holding a sufficiently large chip advantage to ensure the heads up would last for only a few hands, leaving his house-mate with a runner-up prize of $114,484.
Poker ; Wsop Event 52 Final Results - In the event, day 4 saw a remarkable attrition rate in which five players were busted out in the first three levels of action. Low stack Eugene Katchalov was the first to go, followed by Mikael Thuritz and Jason Somerville, with veteran Frank Kassela missing out on a third bracelet when he was eliminated a little later, clearing the way for a Kelly vs. Buchanan heads up.
Poker : Event 56 wsop - The last event before the Ante Up for Africa charity tournament and the Main Event this year is event 56 – the $2,500 buy-in No-Limit Hold’em competition, which saw cards in the air late Friday afternoon and a star-studded field of 1,942.
Wsop event 55 - Is event 55 - the $10,000 buy-in Pot-Limit Omaha World Championship – Tom Dwan’s best hope for a first bracelet, big prize money and lucrative side bet payouts?
Wsop Day 1b of event 54 - The Day 1b field was smaller than the first day in this event, but still attracted 1,504 entries, making total registrations for the event 3,844 entrants, and generating a mouth watering prize pool of $3,459,000.
Wsop Event 53 - Brian Tate was the last winner to make up the final table of event 53 - the $1,500 buy-in Limit Hold'em Shootout, joining Terrence Chan, Jonathan Little, Joseph McGowan, Michael Schneider, Ben Yu, Brendan Taylor and Sijbrand Maal who all won their second table in a row and advanced to the final round.
World Seres of Poker Event 55 updates - 7/2/10 -Event 55, the $10,000 Pot-Limit Omaha competition also kicked off Thursday afternoon with a field of 346 entries, an impressive improvement on last year’s 295.
World Seres of Poker Event 54 updates - The last of the popular $1,000 buy-in No Limit Hold’em events, number 54, predictably attracted a massive entry field which will be run off in two Day 1 heats initially.
World Seres of Poker Event 53 updates - The action was still in progress late Thursday night after event 53 - the $1,500 buy-in Limit Hold'em Shootout went into Day 2 that afternoon with 63 players following a disqualification on which no information was made available. 548 players registered for the field originally.
World Seres of Poker Event 51 updates - Jon Eaton held the chip lead, well ahead of his nearest rival Frank Rusnak. By midnight Thursday the winner was not one of the bigger stacks at the start of the day; Ryan Welch, who had begun play on Day 3 around fifth or sixth on the chip list, won his first bracelet and the $559,371 first prize.
Event 50 World Series of Poker Final Results - 7/2/10 - Chance Kornuth emerged triumphant from a tense final table when he dispatched Kevin Boudreau to the rail after a heads-up battle in which at one point, Boudreau threatening to call the clock if Kornuth didn't stop thinking and make a move. The tactic misfired when Boudreau was told that Kornuth was still within the limits, and it appeared to motivate the winner to take his challenger out.
Wsop event 49 Final results - 7/2/10 - Michael Linn bested an entry field of 2,543 in event 49, the last of the $1,500 buy-in No-Limit Hold'em contests this year, in Day 3 action. The field was reduced to 290 players by the end of Day 2, and just 23 started Day 3, with Linn holding the overnight chip lead.
Wsop Event 51 - 6/30/10 - With only six more events left in this year’s 41st World Series of Poker, the chances of players like Tom Dwan winning a bracelet and some big money in side bets are diminishing, as are those for players like Phil Hellmuth and Phil Ivey who would like to increase their WSOP jewellery collections.
Wsop Events 49 and 50 Updates - Mihai Manole on 950 000 was leading the field in event 49 - the $1,500 buy-in No-Limit Hold'em competition late Tuesday night as Day 2 neared completion.
Wsop Event 47 Updates - 6/30/10 - After less than five levels, Davidian was eliminated in 10th spot to form the final table of nine by the close of play Tuesday night. Here are the finalists who will go into a fourth day:
WSOP Tournament of Champions - Updated 6/29 - By the end of Day 1, five of the 27 champs in this event had been eliminated, namely John Juanda, Greg Raymer, Barry Shulman, Sammy Farha and Phil Ivey. Erick Seidel held the lead at the end of Day 1.
Wsop Event 50 : $5,000 buy-in Pot-Limit Omaha - Event 50, the $5,000 buy-in Pot-Limit Omaha attracted a field of 362 opponents in 2009, a field that was eclipsed this year with 460 entries, all geared up for a format of eight levels, with 20-minute breaks after the first two and before the last two and a 60-minute dinner break in the middle.
Wsop Event 48 : $2,500 Mixed Event - Event 48, the $2,500 Mixed Event, pulled in 453 players, but by he end of Day 1 action just 192 remained, and that was down to 20 by the end of Day 2. Despite a dynamic start, Vitaly Lunkin crashed out, along with Frank Kassela, who had also enjoyed a promising start.
WSOP event 45, a $1,500 buy-in No-Limit Hold'em - For Jesse Rockowitz it was the excitement of a first bracelet when he took down event 45, a $1,500 buy-in No-Limit Hold'em contest with a main prize of $721,373 after a heads up with Raymond Coburn that ended at four in the morning.
Wsop Tournament of Champions - After three years out of the limelight and an extensive revamp, the event features a stellar player list of 27, twenty chosen by popular vote, who will play on three tables in a $1 million freeroll that will leave only nine players with a paycheck.
Wsop Event 48 - In event 48, the $2,500 buy-in Mixed Event, Sunday afternoon’s 192 starters were all that was left of an original 453 contenders
Wsop Event 47 - In event 47, another of the popular $1,000 buy-in No-Limit Hold’em competitions, Day 1B started Sunday after Day 1A pulled in 1 759 hopefuls which was reduced to 257 survivors. There were big names galore in both Day 1s, and many of them have fallen in the hectic poker to decide who stays and who goes.
Wsop Updates : Event 45 and Event 46 - The poker action continued on several events at the 41st World Series of Poker in Las Vegas over the weekend, and the much anticipated Tournament of Champions kicked off.
Poker: Wsop Event 47 and 48 Updates - Event 47, another of the popular $1,000 buy-in No-Limit Hold’em competitions started off Day 1a Saturday afternoon with 1 759 players and completed the day down to 310 hopefuls, who will combine Monday with the survivors of Day 1b.
Poker : Wsop Event 46 $5,000 buy-in Pot-Limit Omaha Hi-Lo Split - Day 2 of event 46, the $5,000 buy-in Pot-Limit Omaha Hi-Lo Split contest came to a close without reaching a final table in the early hours of Sunday morning with 21 players still standing from an original entry field of 310, which had been reduced to 130 in Day 1 action.
Wsop Event 45 - Early morning Sunday there were still 35 players struggling for supremacy in event 45, the $1,500 buy-in No-Limit Hold'em competition, an event which attracted 3 097 registrations.
Wsop event 44, a $2,500 Mixed Hold'em - The final table of event 44, a $2,500 Mixed Hold'em contest, was reached in only two days despite a star-studded entry field of 507 players. Jarred Solomon and Gavin Smith led the remaining survivors into Day 3 action, and this is how the eliminations occurred:
Wsop Event 41 and 42 Winners - Going into Day 30 of the 41st World Series of Poker, the latest bracelet winners are Dean Hamrick, who bubbled last year’s main event final table, and Ian Gordon, who started low but staged a remarkable comeback in his event.
Wsop Event 46 - The stars were out in force again for Friday’s start of event 46 - the $5,000 buy-in Pot-Limit Omaha Hi-low Split-8 or Better competition which recorded 284 registrations
Poker: Wsop event 44 - There were 507 entries on Day 1 of event 44, a $2,500 buy-in Mixed Hold'em contest, a field that had been reduced to only 70 players by day’s end, with some big name bust outs that included Allen Cunningham, Antonio Esfandiari, Joe Sebok, Michael Mizrachi, Sorel Mizzi, David Benyamine and Tom Dwan.
Event 43 Wsop - Late night Friday Vegas time only 5 players remained in Day 3 action from an original stellar field of 241 in event 43, the $10,000 H.O.R.S.E. World Championship.
Wsop event 39 – the $1,500 buy-in No-Limit Hold'em Shootout - In the final 14 survivors of an original field of 1 397, Kelly faced the likes of Annette Obrestad, J.C. Tran, Chau Giang, Robert Mizrachi, Justin Scott and Randy Holland on his way to the last heads up against the highly experienced Jeffrey King, who took home the runner-up prize of $236,819 after the 15 hand heads up
Wsop Event 40 - First Multi Bracelet winner - Frank Kassela is enjoying a great World Series of Poker, this week becoming the first player in the current series to win two bracelets…and there are still plenty more events to be played.
Wsop Day 1 of event 43 - By level 5 Wednesday night there were still 232 players in contention, led by Marco Johnson on 59 000 and Dario Allioto 5 000 chips behind him.
Wsop Event 40 & 41 - Jennifer Harman and the ubiquitous Russian player Vladimir Schemelev were among the 15 remaining players from an initial field of 365 when event 40, the $2,500 Seven-Card Razz competition, started its third day Wednesday afternoon; neither were destined to make the final 4.
World Series of Poker event 36 - It was the culmination of four tough days of highly competitive poker which saw the final nine survivors return to the tables for the last time Wednesday afternoon with Sebastian Roy leading on 1,867,000 in chips
World Series of Poker Updates 6/24/10 - Perth, Ontario pro Scott Montgomery emerged victorious Wednesday night in World Series of Poker event 36, a $1,000 buy-in No-Limit Hold'em competition contested by an initial field of 3,102.
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Wsop Event 41 - Last year, event 41 - the $1,500 buy-in Pot-Limit Omaha Hi-Low Split-8 or Better contest attracted 762 entrants, and official figures this week indicate that the event this year has improved on that at 847.
Wsop Updates Event 39 and 40 - In event 39, a $1,500 buy-in No-Limit Hold'em Shootout, a field of almost 1 400 players was down to 140 as Day 2 started Tuesday afternoon Vegas time.
Wsop Event 38 Updates - 26 players reported for a third day of excitement Tuesday afternoon in event 38, a $10,000 buy-in Pot-Limit Hold'em World Championship contest, with Peter Jetten leading a field that started Day 1 numbering 268 hopefulls.
Wsop Event 37 Updates - This week’s winner attracting the most publicity was victorious in event 37 - the $3,000 buy-in H.O.R.S.E., where Phil Ivey finally managed to nail down his eighth WSOP bracelet against truly top quality opposition.
Wsop Event 36 Day 3 - Tuesday evening saw Day 3 action completed at level 23 in event 36 - the $1,000 buy-in No-Limit Hold'em competition, with the tenth spot elimination of Daniel Carbonari setting up the final table of nine
Wsop event 35 Updates - Mahmood, who is a Texas resident, won nine consecutive heads-up matches over four tough days and against some of the world's best to take home his first bracelet and $625 682.
Wsop Updates 6/23/10 - The big story from the 41st World Series of Poker as the tournament moves into its 27th day is that international star Phil Ivey, who did not seem to be creating fireworks in the many events he has entered, has fired up to win his eighth WSOP gold bracelet.
Wsop Event 40 Day 1 - By late Monday night there were 280 survivors still battling on, with the average chip stack at around 9 780. Jennifer Harman was in the lead on 25 000
Poker : Wsop Event 39 - Early eliminations featured Phil Ivey, Erick Lindgren, Kathy Liebert, Jennifer Harman and internet phenoms Tom Dwan and Bertrand Grospellier.
Wsop Event 38 - Event 38 – the $10 000 Pot-Limit Hold'em Championship saw more than half the entry field of 268 fall on Day 1, including Jennifer Tilly, Tom Dwan, John Juanda, Sorel Mizzi, Kathy Liebert, Justin Bonomo, Greg Raymer, Chris Ferguson and Annette Obrestad.
Wsop Event 36 Updates - Only 165 players of an original Day 1B field of 1 119 made it through to Day 2 in event 36 – the $1 000 buy-in No-Limit Hold'em contest.
Poker: Wsop Event 35 Updates - Play restarted on Monday evening Vegas time and by the early hours of the morning was still ongoing. Mahmood has taken the first of three matches, putting pressure on his opponent to win the second one if he is to remain in contention for the $625 682 main prize.
Wsop : Harold Angle Event 34 Winner - Harold Angle, a seventy-eight-year-old veteran who has been playing poker for sixty years, is the new World Series of Poker seniors champion, picking up his first bracelet in event 34:
Wsop Event 38 Updates 6/21/10 - Late Sunday afternoon also saw the start of event 38, the $10,000 buy-in Pot-Limit Hold'em Championship, which was taken down last year by Londoner John Kabbaj. His luck is out this year, however, as he was eliminated before Day 1 ended.
Wsop Event 37 Updates 6/21/10 - There were 49 players still in contention late Sunday night as event 37, a H.O.R.S.E. contest with a $3 000 buy-in battled through Day 2 and approached the money bubble. The event attracted an initial entry field of 478, generating a prize pool of $1 319 280.
Wsop Event 36 Updates - Day 1B of the well-supported event 36, a $1,000 No-limit Hold’em competition kicked off on Sunday afternoon as the organisers attempted to bring massive entry fields down to more manageable numbers.
World Series of Poker Event 35 Updates 6/21/10 - Jason Somerville’s elimination in third place sent opponent Ayaz Mahmood forward to the grand denouement of event 35 - the $10,000 buy-in Heads-up No-limit Hold'em Championship, where by late Sunday night he was holding an impressive lead over his final opposition, Ernst Schmejkal and the prospect of a $625 682 victory.
World Series of Poker event 34 Updates - By late Sunday night event 34 - the $1,000 buy-in Seniors No-limit Hold’em Championship was nearing a conclusion and the award of another bracelet as Harold Angle, John Woo and Michael Minetti fought it out three handed to decide who gets the main prize and the jewellery.
Poker - Wsop Event 37 - By the wee small hours of Sunday morning 219 players were still in the running after eight levels of play after a generally slow day when Day 1 was completed, with the promise of more action when the tables reconvene Sunday afternoon.
Poker : Day 1A of Wsop event 36 - By day’s end only 287 remained with the departure list featuring Tom Dwan, Sorel Mizzi, Jason Mercier, Alexandre Gomes, Hevad Khan, Shaun Deeb, Eric Baldwin, Dennis Phillips, Paul Wasicka, Humberto Brenes, Arnaud Mattern and Andy Black.
Poker : Wsop event 35 - Event 35 - the $10,000 Heads-up No-limit Hold'em Championship boasted a 256-strong initial field chock-full of well known poker names including Phil Ivey, Michael Mizrachi, Victor Ramdin, Josh Arieh, Scott Clements, Terrence Chan, Bertrand Grospellier, Vanessa Rousso, Jonathan Little, Faraz Jaka and Sorel Mizzi.
Wsop Event 34 - WSOP organisers reported a record entry field of 3 142 for event 34, the $1,000 buy-in Seniors No-limit Hold’em Championship which played down through the weekend.
Poker: Wsop event 33 updates - By Day 2 only 428 remained with Tom Schneider leading the field, and by the end of play Day 2 he was still the best known name in action…but lagging fourteenth in chip counts among the 23 players who survived a tough day.
Wsop Event 31 Final results - The clash between veteran and young gun lasted four hours and was brim full of suspense and excitement as the two went after the $667 443 main prize. There could be only one winner despite the great poker on display, and that winner turned out to be Papola, giving him his first bracelet and the big money, which boosts his WSOP career winnings to over $1.1 million.
Wsop Event 30 Final Result - For Ellis it was his first bracelet, and his biggest win yet, although he is no stranger to WSOP cashes or tournament success. In 2007 he won the Grosvenor UK Poker Tour Grand Final, and he has five World Series cashes to his credit
World Series of Poker statistics - The latest World Series of Poker statistics as poker’s biggest tournament sails past the halfway mark suggest that so far the revised schedule has been a positive move in regard to entries, if not in prize pools.
Poker: Wsop Event 35 - Another prestigious event kicked off Friday afternoon – number 35, the $10,000 Heads Up No-Limit Hold'em Championship, which has an entry field capped at 256 players.
Poker : Wsop Event 34 - The entry field for the $1 000 buy-in Seniors No-Limit Hold’em - event 34 – topped 3,141 this year, eclipsing the registration lists for last year, when 2,707 players entered.
Poker : Wsop Event 33 - By late evening Friday 41 players remained in the event, led by Josh Tieman on 325 000, well ahead of nearest opponent Chris Reslock
Poker : Wsop Event 32 day 3 - Friday was also Day 3 for players in event 32, the $5,000 buy-in No-Limit Hold'em Six Handed event, where 116 survivors from an original field of 568 started in the afternoon, with the money bubble set at 54th spot and a total prize pool of $2,669,600.
Poker : Wsop Event 31 day 2 - Surviving players in event 31, the $1,500 H.O.R.S.E. competition, have had a couple of early morning endurance tests as the field of 827 was brought down to only 7 players late evening Vegas time on Day 3.
Poker : Wsop Event 30 Day 3 - The massive entry field of 2,394 that started three days back had been reduced to a mere 5 players, with chip counts as follows:
Poker : Wsop Event 29 - He did so against many of the top names in the game who had created a star-heavy entry field of 171 players for the event. Terrence Chan, Matt Hawrilenko and Greg Mueller provide good examples of the quality of the field.
Poker :Wsop Event 28 Winner - Proulx took down a marathon event 28 $2,500 buy-in Pot-Limit Omaha tussle, besting a starting field of 596 hopefuls and a final Day 3 survivor list of 12.
Poker : Wsop Event 32 and 33 Updates - There’s some big money to be had in event 32 - the $5,000 No-Limit Hold'em Six Handed, which kicked off Thursday afternoon with 568 entrants generating a prize pool of $2,669,600, from which the top 54 players will be paid a minimum of $10,171
Poker: Wsop Event 30 and 31 updates - Day 2 of event 30, a $1,500 buy-in No Limit Hold'em affair saw cards in the air again on Thursday afternoon as 261 survivors of a massive original field of 2,394 returned to do battle with the money bubble temptingly set at the 234th elimination..
Poker : Wsop Event 29 : Day 3 - 13 players took their seats Thursday afternoon in a bid to reach a final table and a winner on Day 3 of event 29, a $10,000 Limit Hold'em World Championship competition that had a starter field on Day 1 of 171 top players.
Still No WSOP Bracelet For Dwan - Internet high stakes phenom Tom Dwan, racing to claim his first bracelet and hoping to scoop some reportedly big side bets in doing so, has so far not managed to achieve his goal as the halfway mark is passed.
Poker : Wsop Event 29 - 13 players remained from an original field of 171 in event 29 - the $10,000 buy-in Limit Hold'em World Championship in the early hours of Thursday morning Vegas time, with Kyle Ray holding a slim lead over nearest opponents Daniel Idema and Jameson Painter when play ended for the day.
Wsop Event 27 and 28 Updates - In event 27, the $1,500 buy-in Seven Card Stud Hi-Low-8 or Better, Day 3 produced the same slow, slugging progress that the preceding two days had delivered, but the 23 survivors from an original field of 644 were eventually pared down over around 11 hours to a hard-fought heads up between David Warga and Maxwell Troy
Poker: Wsop Event 24 and 26 updates - Events 24,and 26 are in the record books as three more bracelets were won at the 41st World Series of Poker in Las Vegas over the past 24 hours.
Poker : Wsop Event 29 - Event 29 is another world championship contest and started at 5pm Vegas time Tuesday. The event is a $10 000 buy-in Limit Hold'Em competition and attracted a starter field of 171 - lower than last year’s field.
Poker : Wsop Event 28 - By 11pm Vegas time Tuesday level 10 had been reached and 124 survivors were still battling it out, with Eric Rabl holding a slim lead over Brit star Richard Ashby and Norman Collingsworth somewhat further back.
Poker: Wsop Event 27 - By 10.30pm Tuesday night Vegas time there were still 51 players fighting it out at level 15, with Kevin MacPhee holding the chip lead.
Poker : Wsop Event 26 - By midnight Tuesday names like Annette Obrestad, Marco Traniello, former WSOP champ Jerry Yang and Steve Billirakis had all been eliminated, and the field was down to just 18 players
Sammy Farha Wins Wsop Event 25 - Poker pro Sammy Farha was jubilant as he achieved his third WSOP bracelet after a 16 hour final table jam-packed with top players in event 25
Poker : Wsop Event 24 - Day 19 saw another action-packed session at the 41st World Series of Poker as new bracelets were won and fresh events kicked off, with UK player James Dempsey narrowly missing his second bracelet and serial side better Tom Dwan still hunting for his first.
Poker : Wsop Event 25 updates - Many of the biggest stars in the game were eliminated in event 25 - the $10,000 buy-in Omaha Hi-Low Split-8 or Better World Championship which saw Phil Hellmuth denied his twelfth bracelet and Tom Dwan his first.
Poker : Wsop Event 24 Updates - Event 24, a $1,000 buy-in NLHE contest saw 507 players seated on Day 2 – the combined survivors from Days 1a and b, which attracted a total original starting field of 3,289 players.
Poker: Wsop Event 23 Updates - Monday saw the third day of event 23, the $2,500 buy-in Limit Hold'Em Six Handed concluded in another marathon session in which a winner was finally decided.
World series of Poker Event 25 - Event 25 - the $10,000 buy-in Omaha Hi-low Split-8 or Better Championship entered its second day on Sunday and by 11pm Vegas time had played down from an original entry field of 212 to 36 pros on level 15.
Wsop Event 24 Day 1B - Tom Dwan, still chasing that elusive first WSOP bracelet and some big money in side bets, was still in the hunt and around ninth in the chip counts.
Wsop event 23 Updates - After two days of action, by Sunday only 12 players remained of the 384 who registered for event 23 - the $2,500 buy-in Limit Hold'Em Six-Handed contest.
Wsop Event 22 Ladies Event - The heads up was formed when Timmi DeRosa was eliminated by Hellebuyk and lasted for only seven hands before Hellebuyk used her 5 to 1 chip advantage to send Boesen to the exit around 8.45pm Vegas time Sunday.
Wsop Event 25 - By 11pm Saturday, play was at level 16 and only 12 players had been eliminated, with Phil Hellmuth in the chip lead at 72,000 on his continuing hunt for another record-breaking bracelet. He’s pursued closely by Eli Elezra, John Monette, Jeffrey Lissandro and Jean-Robert Bellande.
Wsop Event 24 Updates - Attrition rates were high, and by late Saturday just 290 players remained when play was halted. These players will now combine with the survivors of Day 1b as the competition progresses.
Wsop Event 23 Updates - By late Saturday night and level 16 only 25 players were left, with the chip lead held by Brian Meinders on 320 000, followed by Rafe Furst on 270 000 and Christopher Vitch on 240 000.
Wsop Event 22 updates - By late Saturday night at level 18 the field was down to 22 and La Sengphet was still leading on 380 000 with nearest rival Kami Chisholm on 375 000 and Sidsel Boesen on 360 000, making for a close and exciting contest.
Event 21 Wsop Final Results - Day 3 saw Alex Kravchenko crushed and eliminated at tenth, forming the final table. By 10.40pm Vegas time Saturday, Mizzi’s dream of a WSOP bracelet had been shattered and he had been eliminated by level 25.
Wsop Event 20 Final Results - On the final day of a hectic 3 day contest Barch was the closest rival to chip leader Nenad Medic but quickly built up his stack as the day’s play progressed, eventually taking the lead and amassing over 2 million in chips, which enabled him to dominate the action.
Wsop Event 19 Final Results - It was Baker’s first WSOP bracelet, enhanced with the main prize check of $294,321 after he beat Eric Cloutier in the heads up. Third place was taken by George Danzer.
Poker : Wsop Event 23 - Event 23, a $2,500 buy-in Limit Hold’Em, six-handed tournament also saw cards in the air late afternoon Friday. Level 16 had been reached by the late evening, with 204 players left of the original field of 384.
Poker: Wsop Event 22 - Event 22, the $1,000 buy-in NLHE Ladies Championship kicked off at midday Friday, attracting a good entry field of 1 054 players in a convivial atmosphere.
Poker : Wsop Event 21 Updates - Pat Pezzin was holding the chip lead in event 21, the $1 500 buy-in 7 Card Stud contest, which started Thursday with 408 entries, whittled away to 128 going through to Day 2. Scott Seiver was in charge of the survivors as play ended on Day 1, with James Kadlec some 20 000 chips behind him.
Poker : Wsop Event 19 - By 10.30pm Friday Vegas, play had reached level 24, with blinds at 12 000/24 000 and the ante at 6 000. Five players remained,
Poker - Wsop Event 20 - 885 players entered for event 20, a $1 500 buy-in PLO competition, with only 10 percent of the field making it through the first day and hoping to make the bubble at the 81 player level.
World Series of Poker - Event 18 Winner - Buchman managed to turn his chip advantage into a winning bracelet just after 9pm Vegas time Friday at Level 26, a well deserved victory by the popular New York pro.
World Series Of poker Event 17 Winner - Jason DeWitt held the lead, an advantage he rarely relinquished in the ensuing action, which saw the field narrowed down to a final table of nine and ultimately to a heads up between DeWitt and UK player Sam Trickett.
Wsop Event 19 - Event 19, the $10,000 buy-in 2-7 Draw Lowball World Championship brought the best of the best back to the tables as 101 players registered for the competition.
Wsop Event 18 Updates - 21 players were still battling it out at 9pm Vegas time Thursday as Day 2 neared completion in event 18, the $2 000 buy-in Limit Hold’Em contest.
Wsop Event 17 Updates - In event 17, the $5 000 NLHE competition, 18 players kicked off Day 3 play after surviving an initial field of 792 players. Leading the chip counts was Jason DeWitt, chased by Jeff Williams and Amit Makhija.
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Poker : Wsop Event 17 - Another popular event – number 17, the $5 000 buy-in No-Limit Hold'Em – attracted a field of 792, playing down to 225 survivors by Day 2, with some fierce and competitive action by entrants with their eyes on a main prize that will be over $800 000,
Poker : Wsop Event 16 - Phillips banked $482,774 and his first WSOP bracelet for the win, whilst Gerber took home $298,726, and Craig Bergeron’s third placing was worth $189,661.
Wsop Event 15 Results - Kassela claims the $10 000 Seven-Card Stud Hi-Lo bracelet. US Army veteran Frank Kassela is the new Seven-Card Stud Hi-Lo champion at the World Series of Poker in Las Vegas, winning the coveted bracelet and $447 446 against a tough field in event 15.
Event 15 World Series of Poker - Event 15 - the $10 000 buy-in Seven-Card Stud Championship - saw the original field of 170 players down to just 31 combatants by 11pm Monday night Vegas time, with Italians and Russians topping the chip counts as Vladimir Schmelev on 280 000 fought off a spirited challenge from Italian young gun Dario Minieri (250 000). Other top chip counts were:
WSOP Event 13 - World Series of Poker - In event 13 - the $1,000 buy-in NLHE competition - an original field of 3 042 entrants had been eroded down to only 108 players by 11pm Las Vegas time, with most contestants apparently settling in for a long night and an early morning finish.
Durrr Just misses Wsop Bracelet - High stakes internet whiz misses out on $1,500 buy-in World Series of Poker event. It is believed that as much as $8 to $10 million in bets could be riding on Dwan’s ability to win a bracelet; Dwan reportedly offered 3.25 to 1 odds with a minimum bet of $5,000 that he'd win a bracelet, and rumour has it that Phil Ivey, Daniel Negreanu, Howard Lederer, Eli Elezra and Mike Matusow are all holding a piece of this action.
Wsop event 11 & 12 Starting Stats - Another 2,563 player ponied up $1 500 in Event 11 – the $1,500 NLHE competition, with a mere 297 surviving to the end of Day 1. Venkatesh Gupta ended the day as chip leader.
WSOP : Event 10 : Seven Card Stud - Men Nguyen is the new $10,000 buy-in Seven Card Stud world champion after a marathon Day 3 session in which 12 remaining players slugged it out, with the leaders including players of the calibre of Sirious Jamshidi, Vladimir Schmelev and Mike Mizrachi among the leaders and Dan Heimiller and Men The Master Nguyen further back.
Wsop Updates Event 9 - Day 2 of event 9 - $1,500 Pot-Limit Hold'Em – saw James Dempsey holding a major chip lead, a position he continued to occupy as play progressed, and which saw him ultimately finish the day within striking distance of leader Steve Chanthabouasy on the leaderboard.
WSOP : Event 8 : Updates - On the last day only 10 of the original 2 341 entry field remained, competing for the lion’s share of the $3,160,350 prize pool, but it took until 10pm Vegas time to reach a final table. After that the action became a little more dynamic as LeFrancois dominated play and three eliminations took place
Wsop Updates : June 5 - There will be other opportunities over the next three weeks of World Series of Poker events, but for now poker maven Phil Hellmuth will be disappointed with his 15th placing in the $1 500 NLHE competition, which denied him his 12th bracelet and another all-time record.
World Series Of Poker Updates 6/4/10 - WSOP - Updates for the World Series of Poker for June 4, 2010. Pras Bansi, a 32-year-old pro with the UK team Hit Squad picked up his second World Series of Poker winner’s bracelet this week when he was victorious in the $1 500 buy-in NLHE, taking home the first prize of $515 501 after besting a field of 2 092 players.
Wsop Update : Event 4 and 5 - the $1 500 buy-in No-Limit Hold'em tourney attracted 2 092 players, with Brit poker pro Chris Moorman doing well and finishing in third place by the end of the first day, by which time the large entry field had been reduced to 243 players.
Day 5 Wsop $50 000 buy-in Player’s Championship - Level 25 Small Blinds were at 30k 000; Big Blinds at 60 000; Ante – 15 000, with average chip stack now at $5,800,000 as the three survivors went after a winner’s prize of over $1.5 million from a total prize pool of $5 568 000.
WSOP Update : $50 000 buy-in Player's Championship - We're close to the final table of the $50 000 buy-in Player's Championship tourney at the 41st World Series of Poker in Las Vegas, with the 21 survivors of an original 116-strong field bagged up at the end of Day 3.
WSOP : Hoai Pham Wins $500 buy-in Casino Employees event - Pham bested an entry field of 721 players to take the honours. By Day 2 the field had been whittled down to 52, and the intense attrition rate continued into the final table, where Pham ultimately confronted second placed Arthur Vea in the heads up. Pham took 13 hands to dominate and then beat his last opponent, leaving Vea with a runner up consolation prize of $44 079
2010 WSOP Kickes Off - 57 events, 52 days of quality poker and tens of millions in prizes at 41st WSOP. Top players have been arriving in Vegas for the past few days for the event, which was officially started just after 5pm Vegas time Friday by veteran Doyle Brunson and WSOP director Jack Effel when the shuffle up and
Plenty of action as WSOP opens in Vegas - Friday sees the start of the 2010 World Series of Poker at the Rio in Las Vegas, where top players from around the world are already starting to arrive. They’ll be pitting their skills against their contemporaries in some 57 tough events through to July 17, along with the external action and prop bets that invariably form a part of poker's biggest vibe.
World Series of Poker Europe Schedule - The fourth World Series of Poker Europe - the only element in the franchise held outside the United States - is due to start in London this year with a GBP 2 650 NLHE 6-max between September 14-16th.
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