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2011 World Series of Poker News

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Daily updates to the 2011 World Series Of Poker. News on all events of the 2011 WSOP are listed below.

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2011 World Series of Poker November Nine - When the final table reconvenes to decide a winner in November, these are the high earning players who will be chasing the really big prize - a main event bracelet and $8.71 million:

2011 WSOP Main Event Final Table Reached - The 2011 World Series of Poker main event final table was decided around midnight Tuesday Vegas time when John Hewitt was busted out in the tenth spot by Eoghan ODea, leaving a final table comprising:

2011 WSOP : A Look at Samuel Holden - Samuel Holden is the last Brit active in this year's main event and will be aiming for the top prize and a WSOP bracelet, although he is currently the low stack.

2011 WSOP : A Look at Anton Makievskyi - Anton Makievskyi is another relatively unknown player from the Ukraine, who also surfaced late in the main event with little evidence of live tournament experience or cashes.

2011 WSOP : A Look at Pius Heinz - He has also now achieved the distinction of being the first German ever to make a WSOP main event final table.

2011 WSOP : A Look at Badih Bounahra - Badih Bounahra is a relatively unknown player, but one who is clearly dangerous, surfacing as a formidable foe in the latter stages of this year's main event.

2011 WSOP : A Look at Ben Lamb - He has cashed four times in preliminary WSOP events this year including three final tables, one a bracelet win, and has accumulated over $1.3 million in cashes at this year's WSOP alone. In 2010 he finished deep in three WSOP events.

2011 WSOP : A Look at Phil Collins - After graduating in 2007 his online career blossomed, and he has built up impressive career earnings of almost $3.5 million, playing mostly at PokerStars and Full Tilt

2011 WSOP : A Look at Matt Giannetti - A regular at WSOP tourneys, he started appearing around 2006 and has cashed at eleven World Series events, his best prior to 2011 being for $66,544

2011 WSOP : A Look at Eoghan O Dea - Eoghan is a skilled and experienced online and live tournament player who learned the game as a teenager, and started making waves three years ago when he won the iPoker ECOOP III for $315 000

2011 WSOP : A Look At Martin Staszko - Chip leader on 40,175,00 chips, a professional poker and competitive chess player who achieved four cashes at the 2011 WSOP

2011 WSOP Day 7 : Only 22 players left - With average chip stacks now at 9,361,364 Ben Lamb remains in the top ten in the number 5 spot on 14,690,000, whilst another top performer, Ryan Lenaghan, is further back in the field on 10,415,000.

2011 Wsop Day 6 - In Las Vegas the World Series of Poker main event moved into Day 6 Sunday with 142 survivors from an original field of 6,865 taking their seats at midday.

2011 Wsop End Day 5 - Poker pro David Bach from Georgia showed what a consummate poker player he is Saturday, ending Day 5 of the World Series of Poker main event as chip leader in an 11 hour session that saw 378 survivors return to the tables, but only 142 still in contention when the chips were bagged for the day late Saturday night.

2011 Wsop End Day 4 - Late Friday night the 378 survivors of the World Series of Poker's Day 4 bagged up their chips with Manoj Viswanathan in the lead on 2.115 million chips, chased by Sam Barnhart

2011 Wsop End Day 3 - Just 900 players were left bagging up their chips at the Level 14 close of Day 3 in the World Series of Poker main event Thursday night.

2011 Wsop Main Event End Day 2 - 1,864 World Series of Poker main event players enjoyed a free day Wednesday as preparations were made for Day 3, which starts noon Thursday in Las Vegas, and will see the survivors of the preliminary six days join in one field for the first time.

2011 Wsop Day 2 B - The second of the World Series of Poker main event Day 2 flights completed at level 10 late night Tuesday in Las Vegas, with Ben Lamb continuing a successful run this year by topping the chip counts on 551,600

2011 WSOP Stats and Records - Caesar's Entertainment, the organisers of the World Series of Poker, released some impressive general statistics on the competition this week, reporting that this 42nd annual World Series of Poker had established a host of new records as poker enthusiasts from more than 100 nations traveled to Las Vegas to compete in the game’s grandest spectacle:

2011 WSOP day 2 A - Monday saw 2,031 survivors of the $10 000 buy-in World Series of Poker main event's Day 1a and Day 1c flights come together to battle through the first flight of Day 2 action in Las Vegas.

2011 WSOP End Day 1 d - The last of the four Day 1 flights in the World Series of Poker main event concluded Sunday night, providing officials with the final entry and prize pool numbers and enabling them to set the winner's prize.

2011 Wsop Day 1 C - Saturday saw 2,181 poker players, among them many globally famous exponents of the game and entertainment celebrities, pony up for the third Day 1 flight of the main event at the World Series of Poker.

Wsop Main Event Day 1 B - Compared with last year's Day 1b entry field the registration numbers were disappointing, declining by some 504 players, but still comprising many top players.

2011 Wsop Day 1 A - The first day's flight - generally a 'slow' day for registrations - nevertheless produced almost 900 entries that included former champ and internet legend Chris Moneymaker, 2004 champion Greg Raymer

Phil Hellmuth the runner up in Poker Player's Championship - In his third runner-up finish in this year's World Series of Poker, Phil Hellmuth just failed to achieve a record twelfth WSOP bracelet in the early hours of Thursday morning, falling to the superior skill and cards of Brian Rast to finish second in the 2011 $50,000 buy-in Poker Player's Championship.

Wsop Event 56 +57 Results - young Scandinavian poker player Hasan Anter finished event 56: $1,500 No-Limit Hold'em in style at the World Series of Poker Friday night, eliminating his heads up opponent Nemer Haddad in just over an hour and in style....with a royal flush, believed to be the first time this has happened in a WSOP final table.

Wsop Event 57 Day 2 - Late Wednesday night, level 15 had been reached and just 41 players remained, with the chip lead held by Phil Laak on 330,000, pursued by Bryce Yockey

Wsop Event 56 Day 2 - Only 463 players survived the first day's bloodbath at the tables, with Ben Volpe holding the chip advantage and everyone hoping to make position 342 where the cashes started.

Wsop Event 55 Day 5 - The prospect of a winner emerging before midnight Wednesday has a growing number of railbirds gathering to see if Hellmuth can pull this one off against such strong and capable competition

Wsop Event 54 Final Results - Lykov started the fourth day Wednesday as chip leader and dominated proceedings throughout a final table that was formed when Mario Doria was eliminated in tenth place.

2011 WORLD SERIES OF POKER OUTPERFORMS 2010 - With 5 weeks of action almost completed in 57 events, fears are fading that US enforcement actions in the online poker environment might negatively impact the World Series of Poker this year.

Wsop Event 57: $5,000 Pot-Limit Omaha Hi-low Split-8 or Better - Well into the small hours of Wednesday morning level 8 had been reached, with 189 players left, led by Alexandre Gomes on 73,000 and Max Pescatori on 72,000...but there are still plenty of experts competing, several of them in the top ten chip counts.

Wsop Event 56 End Day 1 - It's early days yet, and with players like Bryn Kennedy, Gavin Smith, Brett Jungblut, Eddy Sabat and Dan Kelly still active the second day should be exciting as the 465 survivors return to the felt.

Wsop Event 55 : 11 Players Remain - Just past midnight Vegas time Tuesday-Wednesday a battle royal was still in progress on event 55: $50,000 Poker Player's Championship, where just 11 top players were still competing fiercely at level 20 on the fourth day of the event.

Wsop Event 54 End Day 3 - Chip leader Lykov experienced a truly up-and-down day as his fortunes and opponents changed and fluctuated, driving him right down to just 250 000 chips at one stage before he fought back into first contention and then dominance.

Wsop Event 55 Day 3 - Further back in the field are formidable players like Matt Glantz, Michael Binger, Robert Mizrachi, Barry Greenstein, Phil Galfond, Steve Billirakis, David Baker, Sebastian Ruthenberg, Jon Turner and David Bach.

Wsop Event 54 Day 2 - By late Monday night Vegas time the money bubble had burst at position 468 and there were 102 players left at level 17, led by Anibol Andres on 333,000, who was being chased by Maxim Lykov on 260,000.

Wsop Event 55 - Most eyes Sunday were on one of the biggest of this year's events - number 55: the $50,000 buy-in Poker Player's Championship which started Saturday with an unquestionably elite field of 128, and completed the first day with 123 players still in contention.

Wsop Event 54 Day 1 B - Another impressive turnout was achieved on the second starting day of event 54: $1,000 No-Limit Hold'em, with 2,644 players entering for Day 1b.

Wsop Event 53 Day 2 - There was some irony in Wolak's victory; last year she was busted out of the ladies event by male intruder Shaun Deeb, whilst this year she was the one to eliminate the only male in the event.

Only man Busts Out Of Ladies WSOP Event - Jonathan Epstein, the only man with the temerity to enter the World Series of Poker women's event this year, made the final table but was eliminated in ninth place, earning $13,701...and a lot of animosity from the railbirds.

WSOP Event 55: $50,000 Poker Player's Championship - Event 55: $50,000 Poker Player's Championship is arguably the most prestigious and expensive competition the poker world has to offer, and this year 123 players - mainly professionals and including all the big names out there - signed up for the event late Saturday afternoon.

Wsop Event 54: $1,000 No-Limit Hold’em - Day 1a's chipleader is Paul Volpe who finished the day on 124,500 - well ahead of Alexander Salabuschew on 72,400.

Wsop Event 53: $1,000 Ladies No-Limit Hold’em Championship - Play was halted at ten levels in the early hours Saturday morning with many of them still active among the 137 first day survivors, but the following were sent to the rail: Linda Johnson, Barbara Enright, Cyndy Violette and Susie Issacs.

Wsop Event 52 Day 2 - Going into the small hours of Saturday morning Vegas time the field was down to 11 following the most recent bust-out by Max Pescatori at 12th position.

Wsop Event 51 End Day 2 - On the first day of this competition 946 players took their seats, an increase of 99 players over the previous year, but by the end of it only 134 players remained.

Wsop Event 50 Final Results - By the beginning of day three on Friday 34 players had presented themselves for the re-start, headed by Vanessa Peng and with tough opponents like Eric Froehlich, David "Bakes" Baker, Wesley Pantling, and Barry Greenstein all still active.

Wsop Event 49 Final Results - Two-handed, Bonomo held a 2 to 1 chip lead, but Martin never let up. Eventually the lead changed several times before Bonomo was finally eliminated, taking the runner-up prize of $117,305.

Wsop Event 48 Final Results - Going into the fourth day Polychronopoulos was chip leader with 3.68 million, followed by Timoshenko on 3.46 million, both well ahead of Peter Ippolitio and Charette. Although the other three contestants swapped positions several times, the leader generally held on to his advantage throughout.

Wsop Event 52: $2,500 Mixed Hold'em - First day casualties included Michael Mizrachi, Jennifer Lee, Mike Sexton, Erick Lindgren, Antonio Esfandiari, David Williams, Jerry Bust, Hoyt Corkins, David Chiu, John Juanda and Daniel Negreanu.

Wsop Event 51: $1,500 Pot-Limit Omaha Hi-low Split-8 or Better - However, an equally impressive list of aces will be moving into the second day of the action Friday, including Alexandre Gomes, Kathy Liebert, Alex Wice, Alexander Kostritsyn, Erick Lindgren, Erik Seidel, Joe Hachem, and David Sands.

Wsop event 50 Day 2 - Event 50: $5,000 Triple Chance No-Limit Hold'em had reached level 20 and the final three hands of second day action in the small hours of Friday morning, with 39 players remaining from an original field of 817.

Wsop Event 49 Day 3 - Wsop Event 49: $2,500 Limit 2-7 Triple Draw Lowball was delivering exciting poker in the early hours of Friday morning in Vegas, with just two players left at level 27 from a starting field of 310.

Wsop Event 48 Day 3 - The third and hopefully last day of the event started Thursday afternoon with 30 players remaining from an original field of 2,713. Sebastian Winkler had the chip lead, chased by Matt Stout and with Yevgeniy Timoshenko and Mike DeMichele some way back in the chip list but still dangerous.

2011 World Series of Poker Event 46 FINAL - Moorman had to be content with a still impressive second placing check for $716,282, whilst Ebanks claimed the bracelet and a massive first prize of $1,158,481.

Wsop Event 50: $5,000 Triple Chance No-Limit Hold’em - Event 50: $5,000 Triple Chance No-Limit Hold’em completed its first day of ten levels early Thursday morning, having started with a field of 817 generating a prize pool of $3.83 million.

Wsop Event 49 End Day 2 - Event 49: $2,500 Limit 2-7 Triple Draw Lowball also completed its second day with Jason Mercier in the chip lead and clearly looking for a second bracelet in this 42nd WSOP.

Wsop Event 48 End Day 2 - Not in the top ten but still in the remaining small field are Yevgeniy Timoshenko and Mike DeMichele, making for an interesting third day as this event nears a conclusion.

Wsop Event 47 Final Results - Event 47: $2,500 Omaha 8 / Stud 8 was won by Owais Ahmed in the early hours of Thursday morning after a tough three days of action, for which he earned $225,955 and a WSOP bracelet - his first.

Wsop Event 46 End Day 3 - Joe Ebanks and Chris Moorman will return Thursday to continue their epic tussle for the bracelet and a first prize worth $1,158,481, with Moorman holding a massive lead on 11,015,000 against Ebanks's 3,215,000.

Wsop Event 49 Day 2 - Event 49: $2,500 2-7 Triple Draw Lowball (Limit) is well into its second day with 120 players left from a field of 310 on the first day that created a prize pool of $702,975.

Wsop Event 48 - Event 48: $1,500 No-Limit Hold’em moved into its second day with 370 players remaining from the first day's field of 2,713, which generated a prize pool worth $2.71 million.

Wsop Event 47 End Day 2 - The day started Tuesday with 201 survivors from an original field of 450 and ended with a casualty list that included names like Mike Sexton, Galen Hall, Pat Pezzin, Shaun Deeb, Mike Matusow, Tom Dwan, Michael Binger, Stuart Rutter, Jerry Buss and Josh Arieh.

Wsop Event 46 End Day 2 - The required ten levels of play was reached Tuesday night - early Wednesday and the chips bagged, with only 22 players remaining, led by Mike Sowers

Wsop Event 45 Final Results - Griffin - a former Marine with combat time in Iraq and Afghanistan to his credit - played skilled, controlled and when it was required aggressive poker to subjugate his opponent after building up significant chip superiority, claiming his first bracelet and the large first prize check for $455,356, leaving Marais with a runner-up prize of $282,676.

Wsop Event 44 Final Results - Event 44: $2,500 Seven Card Razz also ran into a fourth day Tuesday as Rep Porter bested an initial field of 363 to pick up his second WSOP bracelet and the $210,615 winner's check after a tense heads up against Stephen Su.

Wsop Event 43 Final Results - Berlin's magnificent but unsuccessful effort was rewarded with a second placing prize of $419,173 in what many seasoned WSOP observers asserted to be one of the most exciting finishes yet.

2011 Event 47: $2,500 Omaha/Seven Card Stud Hi-Low-8 or Better, - Bryan Micon was leading a star-studded top ten on 32,000, chased by Chris Tryba and Chad Brown, Antony Lellouche, Eric Baldwin and Tom Dwan on 22 000 but with Al Barbieri, Max Pescatori, Dan Heimiller and Alexander Kostritsyn not far behind.

2011 Wsop Event 46, the $10,000 No-Limit Hold’em / Six Handed Championship - Just on midnight Monday the officials judged that the required ten levels had been reached, and the first day's play was halted. Alan Sternberg holds the overnight chip lead on 260,600, but lurking back there in the top ten are tough and experienced players like Ben Lamb, Joe Cada, McLean Karr, Kevin Saul, Isaac Baron and Mike Sowers.

2011 Wsop Event 45 - 2,890 hopefuls signed up on Sunday for event 45: $1,000 No-Limit Hold'em, but by the start of the second day on Monday only 304 remained, many of them notable names on the international poker scene.

Wsop Event 44 Day 3 - The casualty list for the third day included John Monnette, Victor Ramdin, Chad Brown, Robert Williamson III and David Sklansky.

Wsop Event 43 Day 3 - The next player to head for the exit will not only set the scene for the heads up, but will earn a third placing check for $295,625.

Wsop Event 42 Final - The 42nd World Series of Poker continues to attract a hefty proportion of the international professional poker player community in the most recent events, producing an often dazzling display of talent and experience at the tables, along with entertaining and generally good humoured behaviour.

Wsop Event 45: $1,000 No-Limit Hold’em - Sunday saw the latest competition to kick-off - event #45: $1,000 No-Limit Hold’em - get underway with another huge field of 2,890 generating a prize pool of $2.6 million.

Wsop Event 44 Day 2 - Event 44: $2,500 Razz completed the seventeenth level on the second day and was stopped in the small hours of Monday morning.

Wsop Event 43 Day 2 - Event 43: $1,500 No-Limit Hold'em also stretched into the early hours of Monday morning before play was halted at level 20 on the second day with 39 players remaining from the massive original field of 2,857.

Wsop Event 42 Day 3 - The surviving quartet were all that remained of the 38 players entering the third day of play on Sunday, still two places away from the money bubble.

Wsop Event 41 Final - The elimination of Mathieu Jacqmin in 3rd place set up the short heads up at level 25 between Pechie and Dale Eberle, in which Peche turned his million chip lead into victory, bundling Eberle out with the runner up prize of $103,454.

Wsop Event 40 Final - Sunday provided an exciting finale as the two players struggled for supremacy for over three hours, but Jarvis's 4 to 1 chip advantage proved too much for Filitz, who had to be content with a still substantial runner up prize of $499,855.

Wsop Event 44: $2,500 Seven Card Razz - Event 44: $2,500 Seven Card Razz started late Saturday afternoon Vegas time with an entry field of 363 creating a prize pool worth $825,825 and a liberal sprinkling of star-power scattered among the tables.

Wsop Event 43 - Approaching midnight Saturday, the first day of event 43: $1,500 No-Limit Hold’em was declared done at level 10, with players bagging their chips for the day and Norwegian pro Age Spets well ahead in the chip stakes.

Wsop Event 42 Day 2 - Recent eliminations going into the small hours of Sunday morning included Vanessa Selbst, Tom Dwan, Gregory Brooks and Dave Ulliott.

Wsop Event 41 Day 2 - 60 players started on the second day of this competition, all that remained of an original entry field of 538, and the day claimed names like Noah Boeken, Brock Parker, Hoyt Corkins, Victor Ramdin, Al Barbieri, Randy Lew, Bryan Huang, Jameson Painter and Todd Witteles among the casualties.

Day 3 Wsop Event 40 - Wesley Pantling's elimination in third place set the scene for the heads between Matt Jarvis and Justin Filtz, with Jarvis holding a 3 million chip lead at level 28.

Wsop Event 39 Final Results - It looked at that point as if this was going to be another four day event, with Brown still holding an impressive stack despite Schock's lead, but the cards continued to favour Schock, and combined with his savvy play it was too much for Brown to beat.

Wsop Event 38 Final Results - It's congratulations to backgammon and poker ace Arkadiy Tsinis, who is one of the newest World Series of Poker bracelet winners after taking down event 38: $1,500 No-Limit Hold’em and collecting the first prize check for $540,136 Saturday.

Online Poker Bill Launched : HR2366 - Coded HR2366, the Online Poker Act of 2011 was introduced to the House of Assembly Friday through the House Energy and Commerce Committee, as had been widely predicted

2011 Wsop Event 42: $10,000 Pot-Limit Omaha Championship - Jason Mercier was unable to snag another bracelet in this event, having just picked up one in the $5 000 POL Six Handed competition earlier this week. He was busted out on the first day, along with Daniel Alaei, Eli Elezra, Joe Hachem, Erick Lindgren, David Williams, and Patrik Antonius.

2011 Wsop event 41: $1,500 Limit Hold’em Shootout - 60 tired players reached level 10 and broke for the first day in event 41: $1,500 Limit Hold’em Shootout which started on Friday, gathering in a field of 538 hopefuls

Wsop Event 40: $5,000 No-Limit Hold'em Six-Handed - Play was continuing at level 20 as the competition ground on into the early hours of Saturday morning Vegas time, with Justin Filtz holding a comfortable chip lead over a field of 25 survivors as the end of the second day loomed.

Wsop Event 39 Day 3 - Those 22 survivors included greats such as Joe Hachem, Scott Clements, Carter Gill and David Baker, so day three was always going to be an entertaining and educational experience for the railbirds.

Wsop Event 38 Day 3 - Heading into midnight Friday this initially 2,192 player event was down to the heads up between Arkadiy Tsinis and Michael Blanovsky, with the former holding an almost 3 to 1 lead at level 30 and the end in sight after over 2 hours of heads up action.

Wsop Event 37 Final Results - Soulier and Shawn Buchanan reached the heads up very late on day three, but the ten level rule meant they had to return for a fourth day with Buchanan holding a 2:1 chip lead.

Wsop Event 36 Final Results - The latest World Series of Poker competition to conclude - event 36: $2,500 No-Limit Hold'em - required four days to decide, with Russian player Mikhail Lakhitov walking away with his first bracelet and $749,610

2011 World Series OF Poker Event 40 - There's plenty of action and potential for excitement remaining in this event as it nears its first day close, with the promise of some very competitive poker going into the second day.

Wsop Event 39: $2,500 Pot-Limit Hold'em/Omaha - Still in the field as the competition approached midnight Thursday were Joe Hachem, Scott Clements, Tom Schneider, David Baker, Carter Gill and Adam Junglen...still a formidable field, then.

Wsop Event 38 Day 2 - Late night Thursday just 52 survivors were playing at level 18, with Jamie Armstrong leading and Spinks still in the top ten chip counts, but only just in the tenth position. Melanie Weisner was still going strongly in the number five spot.

2011 Wsop Event 37 Day 3 - Late Thursday night Tom Dwan had just busted in fifth place for $134,480 playing Stud, and the remaining four players at level 25

2011 Wsop Event 36 Day 3 - 39 players in event 36: $2,500 No-Limit Hold'em returned to the felt Thursday for the third day of play in an event which boasted an original entry field of 1,734 and a prize pool worth $3.94 million.

Wsop Event 39 - There are still many quality players in the running at this early stage, including Adam Junglen, Bill Chen, Shaun Deeb, Humberto Brenes, Ashkan Razavi and Mitch Schock.

Wsop Event 38 Day 1 - The first day of event 38: $1,500 No-Limit Hold’em ended in the early hours of Thursday morning after ten long levels of tough and competitive poker.

Wsop Event 37: $10,000 H.O.R.S.E. Championship - Level 18 had been reached by the wee small hours of Thursday morning, with 30 players left, led by Fabrice Soulier heading a top ten that still includes name players like Michael Binger, Shawn Buchanan, John Monnette, Joe Cassidy and Chau Giang.

Wsop Event 36 Day 2 - By the early hours of Thursday morning the end of Day 2 play was in sight as level 20 started, with 52 players left and Randy Dorfman leading.

Wsop Event 35 Final Results - Mercier claimed his second WSOP bracelet and the main prize of $619,575, and Winzeler collected a runner-up check for $383,075.

Wsop Event 34 Final Results - Mark Schmid, a respected 31-year-old internet and live tourney poker pro and coach for the past five years, emerged triumphant Wednesday from a field that originally numbered 3,144, many of them top players on the international circuits.

HELLMUTH TOPS W.S.O.P. LEADERBOARD SO FAR THIS YEAR - Statistics for the World Series of Poker Player of the Year leaderboard through event 33 were released by the organisers this week, showing that Phil Hellmuth, despite so far being denied his record-breaking twelfth bracelet, remains in the overall lead.

Wsop Event 37: $10,000 H.O.R.S.E. Championship - Late evening Tuesday Vegas time saw the action reach level 6 with Eugene Katchalov leading on 64,000, with Jimmy Fricke and Andrew Barber biting his heels on 63,000 apiece, and a slew of top players still in a remaining field of 238.

Wsop Event 36: $2,500 No-Limit Hold’em - Playing into Tuesday night the field was down to 490 at level 9, with Chance Kornuth holding a 25 000 chip lead over his closest adversary but many ace players still in the running

Wsop Event 35 Day 2 - The second day of event 35: $5,000 Pot-Limit Omaha Six-Handed commenced Tuesday with 105 players surviving an initial first day field of 507

Wsop Event 34 Day 3 - Mark Schmid had a 200 000 chip lead on Trevor Vanderveen, Justin Cohen, Robbie Verspui, Benjamin Volpe, Andrew Rudnik and Jonathan Clancy as the last 7 players fought it out Tuesday evening Vegas time, with the first four players all holding over a million chips apiece at the start of level 27.

2011 WSOP Setting Records - Statistics released by the 2011 World Series of Poker show that this will probably be a bumper year for the Series despite the depredations of US enforcement authorities against online poker sites.

Wsop Event 33 Final : Hellmuth Misses Again - Hellmuth made it all the way to the heads up with winner Eric Rodawig at level 28, but the good cards and overwhelming chip lead enjoyed by the latter through most of the third day's play was too much for the high profile poker ace, who had to be content with a second placing prize of $273,233.

Wsop Event 32 Final Results - Caldwell survived a field that included almost every big name in the game at the start, with daily elimination lists that looked like a who's who of international poker.

Wsop Event 35: $5,000 Pot-Limit Omaha / Six Handed - First day eliminations included Grospellier, Carlos Mortensen, Galen Hall, Sammy Farha, Barry Greenstein, Eric Baldwin, Joe Cada, Robert Williamson, Yevgeniy Timoshenko, Scott Seiver, and Daniel Negreanu.

Wsop Event 34 - By the early morning Tuesday the field was down to 31 players as level 20 approached the mandatory cut-off for the day, with Alex Findlay well ahead of nearest rival Michael Rushton.

Wsop Event 33 Day 3 - Going into level 27 in the early hours of Tuesday morning this competition is still wide open as the three talented survivors continue to fight for the bracelet and the big money.

Wsop Event 32 Updates - The indications are strong that this event will be decided in the next hour...and Caldwell appears to have an almost unassailable advantage.

Wsop Event 31 Final Results - However, that was not the case; Sam Stein proved he had the right stuff and the right cards, and claimed the victory, leaving Lamb with a runner up consolation of $259,918.

Wsop Event 30 Final Results - A regular WSOP contestant, Hess at age 50 yrs becomes the youngest Senior's player ever to win the event, claiming a bracelet and the main prize of $557,432. Harwood's second placing carried with it a check for $342,407

Wsop Event 34 - Eliminated during the first day's action were Jason Mercier, Randy Lew, Humberto Brenes, Liv Boeree, David Williams,Tom Dwan, Michael Mizrachi, Erick Lindgren, Kathy Liebert, Hoyt Corkins and Amarillo Slim.

Wsop Event 33 - Event #33: $10,000 Stud 8 or Better World Championship entered its second day Sunday with 2010 WSOP Main Event runner-up, John Racener, leading but lots of star-power left in the field of 127 remaining from an entry list of 168 hopefuls.

Wsop Event 32 Updates - Event 32: $1,500 No-Limit Hold'em was another hugely popular attraction, pulling in 2,828 registrations two days ago. The field was chock-a-block full of top players but had been reduced to 362 by the end of the first day.

Wsop Event 31 Day 3 - Event 31: $3,000 Pot-Limit Omaha saw 25 players returning to the tables on the third and probably final day, with Sam Stein holding a strong lead almost 200 000 chips ahead of his nearest rival.

Wsop Event 30 Day 3 - Event 30: $1,000 Seniors No-Limit Hold'em Championship entered its third day Sunday with 37 survivors from an original field of 3,752 and Craig Koch in the lead.

WSOP Event 29 Final Result - On the final hand, Lee's ten-nine was able to eliminate Haveson as he drew a king on the final draw. A jubilant Lee claimed his first bracelet and the $255,000 winner's check, leaving Haveson with a well-earned $157,491 runner-up prize.

Wsop Event 33, the $10,000 Seven Card Stud Hi-Low Split-8 or Better Championship - The first day’s action closed at level 8 with 127 players remaining, narrowly led by John Racener, but check out who else is in the top ten and close behind in this exciting competition: Maxwell Troy, David Benyamine, Brandon Cantu, Felipe Ramos, Allen Kessler, Justin Smith, Ted Forrest and Bernard Lee.

Wsop Event 32: $1,500 No-Limit Holdem - Event 32: $1,500 No-Limit Hold'em kicked off Saturday with another massive field of 2,828 attesting to the popularity of this event, and a prize pool worth $4.24 million.

Wsop Event 31: $3,000 Pot-Limit Omaha - Sam Stein currently holds the lead, about 200 000 chips ahead of Ben Lamb, but back there in the top ten are players like Adam Junglen, Austin Scott and Brock Parker - always dangerous.

Wsop Event 30 - The record turnout of 3,752 registrations for event 30: $1,000 Seniors No-Limit Hold'em Championship was down to 529 going into the second day of the competition Saturday;

Wsop Event 29 Day 3 - Event 29: $2,500 10-Game Mix is proving to be a tough endurance competition, with only 3 players remaining in the wee small hours of Sunday on the third day of the event.

Wsop Event 28 Final Results - The New York equity derivatives trader and poker ace Andy Frankenburger claimed his first World Series of Poker gold bracelet in Las Vegas on Saturday.

Event 31: $3,000 Pot-Limit Omaha - There was a one hour delay in launching event 31: $3,000 Pot-Limit Omaha, but the cards eventually did hit the air late Friday afternoon PDT with some 685 registrations generating a prize pool of $1.87 million.

Wsop Event 30: $1,000 Seniors No-Limit Hold’em Championship - By midnight Friday level 10 had been reached and the chips bagged, with just 529 player left, headed by John Bovin, with Charlie Sewell a way back, followed Rick Mombourquette.

Wsop Event 29 Day 2 - The second day of event 29: $2,500 10-Game Mix saw 161 players from an original field of 431 return to the felt Friday, led by 67-year-old professional poker player John Cernuto, chased by quality players like Greg Raymer

WSOP Event 28 Updates - Headed for the rail on the first day of hectic action were Liv Boeree, Michael Mizrachi, Jonathan Duhamel, Faraz Jaka, Jeff Papola, Josh Brikis, Phil Laak, Jennifer Tilly, JP Kelly and many others.

Wsop Event 27 Final Results - 14 survivors from an original field of 153 reasembled for the third and final day of event 27: $10,000 Limit Hold'em Championship, which had in the preceding two days seen many of the top players in the game eliminated.

Wsop Event 26 Final - 1,378 players started out in event 26: $2,500 No-Limit Hold'em Six Handed, but by the third day only 22 remained, led by Anthony Ruberto but with high calibre players like Chris Moorman, Davidi Kitai, Will Failla, Anthony Lellouche and Will Failla still in the mix.

Wsop event 25 final results - 23 players assembled for the third day of event 25: $1,500 Stud 8 or Better, and by the end of ten levels the event remained undecided.

Wsop Event 24 Final Results - Canadian ace Mark Radoja completed the third day of World Series of Poker event 24: $5,000 No-Limit Hold'em Shootout with a convincing victory over heads up opponent Jeffrey Gross in the early hours of Friday morning, claiming his first WSOP bracelet and $436,568 in prize money.

Wsop Event 29: $2,500 10-Game Mix - By midnight Thursday the field had been whittled down to 264 player at level 7 with the top ten chip counts headed by Jean-Robert Bellande, chased by Alex Wice, Rob Hollink, Jason Potter, Chris Reslock, Jordan Morgan, Michael Mizrachi, Noah Boeken, Marco Johnson and John Cernuto.

Wsop Event 28: $1,500 No-Limit Hold’em - Heading into midnight PST Thursday the field was down to 470 as the final level of the day started, with Rick Romine in the chip lead and virtually no big names in the top ten chip counts....but plenty still in the field at this early stage.

Wsop Event 27 Day 2 - Top ten chip counts Thursday night were Isaac Haxton, Steve Landfish, Daniel Idema, Darren Woods, Matt Hawrilenko, Brock Parker, Carlos Mortensen, Justin Smith, Matthew Gallin and Ian Johns.

Wsop Event 26: $2,500 No-Limit Hold'em Day 2 - Current top ten in chip counts at level 18 late Thursday night was Chris Moorman, Christian Jeppsson, Christian Stricker Kohl, Jesse James, Daniel Morgan, Anthony Ruberto, Tuan Le, Vladimir Mefodichev, Alex Fitzgerald and Ionel Anton.

Wsop Event 25 Final Day - Event 25: $1,500 Seven Card Stud Hi-Low-8 or Better also entered its final day Thursday with 23 contestants led by Cory Zeidman left from an original entry field of 606.

WSOP participation Up 11 Percent - Seth Palansky, communications director, WSOP has indicated that participation in the 2011 World Series of Poker tournament to date is up 11 percent over last year despite legal wrangles surrounding the major U.S.-facing online poker sites.

Wsop Event 24 Updates - By late evening Thursday Vegas time after ten hours of tough poker there were still 5 players in action at level 27, with Canadian ace Mark Radoja leading Scott Baumstein, Adam Junglen, Jeffrey Gross and Nicolas Fierrogottner.

Wsop Event 23 Final - Event 23, the $2,500 Eight-Game Mix produced a first gold bracelet for poker pro John Monette on the sixteenth day of the World Series of Poker

Wsop Event 25 - Event 25: $1,500 Seven Card Stud Hi-Low-8 or Better also commenced on Tuesday with an entry field somewhat down on last year's at 606 but still producing a prize pool of $818 110.

Wsop Event 24 Day 1 - Event 24, the $5,000 No-Limit Hold'em Shootout kicked off Tuesday and again recorded an bigger field than last year with 387 registrations

Wsop Event 23 Day 2 - 38 players were still hammering away at each other at midnight Tuesday in event 23: $2,500 Eight-Game Mix, with Eric Buchman, John Racener, Eric Froelich and John Juanda all in the top ten chip counts and chasing leader Ben Yu.

Wsop Event 22 Day 2 - $1,500 Pot-Limit Omaha entered its second day of action with 117 survivors from an original field of 1,071 that created a prize pool of $1.44 million.

Wsop Event 23 Day 1 - Event 23: $2,500 Eight-Game Mix also started Monday with 489 entries generating a prize pool of $1.11 million.

Wsop Event 21 Day 3 - Event 21: $10,000 Seven Card Stud Championship was drawing to an exciting close as midnight approached in Las Vegas Tuesday night, with Bertrand Grospellier locked in a tough heads up with Steve Landfish at level 23 on the third day of play.

Wsop Event 20 Final Results - Yet another bracelet was awarded in event 20: $1,000 No-Limit Hold'em when Jason Somerville pocketed $493,091 after besting an original field of 3,175 that created a prize pool of $2.85 million.

Wsop Evet 18 Final Results - Event 18: $1,500 No-Limit Hold'em also saw the award of a bracelet Tuesday when 25-year-old Foster Hay prevailed in a thriller of a heads up against Casey Kelton.

Wsop Event 19 Final Results - Kim Nguyen just missed becoming one of the exclusive band of women who hold a WSOP winner's bracelet this week, but had the consolation of a runner-up prize worth $131,900

Wsop Event 22 Day 1 - The first day's action in event 22: $1,500 Pot-Limit Omaha started on Monday with 1 071 entries - well up on last year's 885 registrations.

Wsop Event 21 - By late Monday night there were 19 players still competing at level 16 with Sorel Mizzi in the lead, but some tough opposition still in a field that includes Alexander Kostritsyn.

Wsop Event 20 Updates - With play at level 18 and approaching midnight Monday Vegas time there were 49 players left with Yashar Darian holding the lead

Wsop Event 19 Updates - 130 players survived the first day's action in event 19: $2,500 Limit Hold'em - Six Handed after a hectic first day in which two thirds of the original field of 354 hopefuls was eliminated.

Wsop Event 18 Updates - Event 18, the $1,500 buy-in No-Limit Hold'em, attracted the biggest entry field yet at this year's World Series as 3 157 players registered, but by Day 2 less than 15 percent of the field was left, and when Day 3 play re-started on Monday that was down to just 34 survivors, led by Foster Hays.

Wsop Event 17 Final Results - Aaron Steury, a 24-year-old poker pro from Fort Wayne, Indiana, demonstrated his mastery of Hold’em, Omaha Hi-Lo Split Eight or Better, Razz, Seven Card Stud, and Stud Eight or Better over the three tough days of the $1,500 H.O.R.S.E. mixed game event

Wsop Event 21 - Sunday also saw the start of the much-anticipated event 21: the $10,000 by-in Seven Card Stud Championship, which pulled in 126 entrants (down from last year's field of 150 and generated a prize pool of $1.18 million.

Wsop Event 20 - $1,000 buy-in No-Limit Hold'em, 3 175 contestants registered Sunday, creating a prize pool of $2.86 million as the event launched.

Wsop Event 19 - By midnight Sunday Vegas time the money bubble had popped at position 32, and the field was down to 18 players at level 17

Wsop Event 18 End Day 2 - By Sunday, when the players returned for the second day, the field was down to 490 with Kenny Nguyen and Jon Lane leading and the money bubble calling at position 324

Wsop Event 17 Day 3 - The third day of the event saw 17 survivors from day 2 returning to the felt Sunday with Friedman holding the lead and the field still carrying significant opposition

Wsop Event 15 Final Results - The highly analytical poker pro and cash game specialist Brian Rast is this year's champion in the World Series of Poker event 15, earning his biggest pay day yet in the $1,500 buy-in Pot-Limit Hold'em competition.

Wsop Event 18 And Wsop Event 19 - By the early hours of Sunday morning level 10 had been reached and there were just 650 players still competing, headed by Stuart Stone.

Wsop Event 17 - Event 17 - the $1,500 H.O.R.S.E. attracted a field of 963 players - up 135 from 2010

Wsop Event 15 Day 2 - Event 15 was a $1,500 buy-in Pot-Limit Hold'em contest which saw Ronald Lee leading a field olf 88 survivors as Day 2 play commenced.

Wsop Event 14 day 3 - The third day of event 14, a $3,000 Limit Hold'em contest, saw the remaining 18 players quickly reach a final table with Brandon Demes leading the field.

Wsop Event 13 Final Results - Wsop event 13, the $1,500 buy-in No-Limit Hold'em Shootout concluded after three days of action with Andrew Badecker claiming the bracelet and a first prize worth $369 371

Wsop Event 16 Results - Hellmuth and Juanda clashed in a tough heads up at the end of the third and last day of the event following the elimination of Richard Ashby in third place by Hellmuth earlier in the evening.

Wsop Event 17 : 6/11 - Event 17, the $1,500 buy-in H.O.R.S.E. was the only competition to launch Friday but it attracted 963 players, well over expectations and generating a prize pool of $1,300,050.

Wsop Event 16 : 6/11 - Approaching midnight Friday and at level 16 there were 14 players still in contention, led by Steve Sung.

Wsop Event 15 Update : 6/11 - Event 15, the $1,500 buy-in Pot-Limit Hold'em recorded an initial entry field of 765 players - 115 up on last year's registrations. By Day 2 only 88 survived with Ronald Lee holding the chip lead when the remaining contestants returned to their seats Friday.

Wsop Event 14 Updates 6/11 - Event 14, the $3,000 buy-in Limit Hold'em appeared to be running parallel with event 13 as 18 players took their seats Friday for the third day of the competition, all that remained of an initial field of 337.

Wsop Event 13 Update 6/11 - In event 13: $1,500 buy-in No-Limit Hold'em Shootout, the sixteen survivors from an original entry field of 1 440 returned to the felt on Friday to find out who would take the bracelet and the $369 371 main prize for this event.

Wsop Event 16 - The event attracted an entry field of 126 liberally sprinkled with star talent, creating a prize pool of $1 184 400. The entry field was a 25 player improvement on the same event last year.

Wsop Event 15 - Day one encompassed 10 hours of tough action which saw the elimination of some big names from the field, including Layne Flack, David Sklansky, Paul Magriel, Antonio Esfandiari, Humberto Brenes, and Liv Boeree.

Wsop Event 14 Day 2 - By the early hours of Friday morning PST only 19 survivors remained, led by Victor Ramdin and Dmitry Gromov. The main prize in this event is worth $220 817.

Wsop Event 13 Updates - When play recommences Friday afternoon Vegas time the format will be of a two table sit 'n' go with eight players at each table, all starting with 450,000 chips.

Event 12 WSOP Final Results - Diaz collected the winner's check for $352 808 after three days and 28 hours of play that saw the elimination of the other 1,339 entrants.

Wsop Event 11 Final Results - Finally, at level 32 the exhausted players played their last hands, and it was Zhukov who emerged victorious to claim the main prize and the bracelet - his first.

Wsop Event 10 Final Results - That led to a final victory for Klein, rewarding him with a bracelet and $544 388 in prize money, and leaving his opponent with a $334,756 runner-up pay day.

Wsop Event 14 - Event 14 is a $3,000 buy-in Limit Hold'em tournament which kicked off Wednesday with 337 entries and a prize pool of $920 010.

WSOP Event 13, the $1,500 No-Limit Hold'em Shootout - Event 13, the $1,500 No-Limit Hold'em Shootout started Wednesday and completed Day 1. This is essentially a tournament of sit 'n go’s, starting with 10 players at each table, with the goal to win the table and move forward.

Wsop Event 12 Updates - After the first day of action Peter Hernandez held the lead just ahead of JC Tran and Andy Black, with 160 players still standing when play ended.

Wsop Event 11 Updates - By the early hours of Thursday morning in Vegas, only 6 players remained in contention, led by Richard Ashby, who was comfortably ahead of Viacheslav Zhukov, Mack Lee, Steve Billirakis, George Lind and Guillaume Rivet as play entered level 26.

Wsop Event 10 Results - The final table was reached relatively early in the evening, comprising Ravi Raghaven, David Lamplew, Eddie Blumenthall, Jeff Papola, Bryan Colin, Geffrey Klein, Alexander Wice, Anthony Spinella and George Jalkotzy, with Lamplew holding a sizeable chip lead.

Wsop Event 8 Final Results - Odette Tremblay, a golden haired poker and WSOP veteran from North Las Vegas, became the second woman at the 2011 World Series of Poker to make a final table early Wednesday, but was unfortunately unable to hold on to her position and was eliminated early in the action by Sadan Turker.

2011 Wsop Entries up 2.5 percent - Fears that the recent US enforcement actions against online poker sites may have blunted interest in the World Series of Poker have been assuaged to some extent by figures just released on registrations for the first eleven events now either completed or currently running.

Wsop Event 8 Updates - 93 players remained at Level 17, with Jon Turner holding a one hundred thousand chip lead over nearest rival Hunter Frey, and everyone happy to be securely inside the money bubble, which triggered at position 423.

2011 Wsop Event 10 Updates - By the early hours of Tuesday morning 191 players were left at level 10, with Anthony Spinella in the lead, closely pursued by Ryan Welch.

2011 WSOP Event 9 - The young Brit player Matt Perrins barely knew how to play No Limit 2-7 Lowball when he flew into Las Vegas this week, yet on the sixth day of the World Series of Poker he was able to take down Event 9, the $1,500 buy-in No-Limit 2-7 Lowball competition,

Wsop Event 8 Updates - 93 players remained at Level 17, with Jon Turner holding a one hundred thousand chip lead over nearest rival Hunter Frey, and everyone happy to be securely inside the money bubble, which triggered at position 423.

2011 Wsop Event 10 Updates - By the early hours of Tuesday morning 191 players were left at level 10, with Anthony Spinella in the lead, closely pursued by Ryan Welch.

2011 WSOP Event 9 - The young Brit player Matt Perrins barely knew how to play No Limit 2-7 Lowball when he flew into Las Vegas this week, yet on the sixth day of the World Series of Poker he was able to take down Event 9, the $1,500 buy-in No-Limit 2-7 Lowball competition,

2011 WSOP Day 5 Updates - The 42nd World Series of Poker currently running in Las Vegas delivered more firsts on Day 5 with poker pro, singer and reality TV contestant Maria Ho becoming the first woman to make a final table at the Series, and Eugene Katchalov securing his first gold WSOP bracelet.

2011 Wsop Event 6 - Edward Nassif started Day 2 as chip leader with 92,000, followed by Jerrod Ankenman with 61,900.

Wsop 2011 Event 4 - By the early hours of Sunday morning only 7 players were left competing for the lion's share of the massive $4 million+ prize pool, with Alan Bari 2 million chips ahead of his nearest rival Thomas Ross and in a seemingly unassailable lead.

Wsop 2011 Event 8 Updates - 2116 players started off Saturday on Day 1a of event 8, with a second starting day scheduled for Sunday. Well known faces at the kick-off included Vanessa Selbst, Antonion Esfandiari, Dave Chicotsky.

Wsop Updates : June 4, 2011 - The 22-year-old Brit online and live tournament player Jake Cody proved yet again that he is a formidable opponent when he took down the World Series of Poker $25 000 buy-in Heads Up NLHE Championship event, besting a some 128 top players culminating in runner up Yevgeniy Timoshenko.

June 3, WSOP Updates - The World Series of Poker continued to provide plenty of action on the second day of its commencement in Las Vegas, with the Casino Employees event reaching a final table but not finishing as scheduled. Officials declared the event, at ten levels, should spill over into the following day with four players still in contention and Sean Drake - a dealer from Folson, California - holding a comfortable chip lead.

WSOP Million Dollar Buy In Event - The tournament will be a three-day event starting July 1 2012, and will award a specially designed platinum bracelet, with results counting toward WSOP records and player statistics.

2011 Wsop Event 7 + 9 Updates - Event 7 is the $10 000 Pot Limit Hold'em Championship, which was still underway early Sunday morning with 39 survivors from an original field of 246, which generated a massive $2.35 million prize pool.

2011 Wsop Event 6 - Edward Nassif started Day 2 as chip leader with 92,000, followed by Jerrod Ankenman with 61,900.

Wsop 2011 Event 4 - By the early hours of Sunday morning only 7 players were left competing for the lion's share of the massive $4 million+ prize pool, with Alan Bari 2 million chips ahead of his nearest rival Thomas Ross and in a seemingly unassailable lead

World Series of Poker event 1,2,3 Updates - Sweeping aside the doom and gloom associated with the Black Friday federal actions against the online poker sector in the United States, the 42nd edition of the World Series of Poker kicked off at the Rio in Las Vegas with good player turnouts Tuesday.

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WSOP Rematches - The planned inaugural WSOP Rematches will relive history by bringing previous champions and challengers together again live at the Rio All-Suite Hotel and Casino during the 42nd Annual World Series of Poker later this year to replay the heads-up duels and see what the outcome would be today.

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