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2013 World Series of Poker

Event #23: $2,500 Seven-Card Stud
Dias: 2
Event Info

2013 World Series of Poker

Resultado Final
Mão Vencedora
Event Info
Informações sobre o nível
25,000 / 50,000

Event #23: $2,500 Seven-Card Stud

Dia 2 Iniciado

Day 2 Seat Draw

4321Andrey Zaichenko28,300
4322Matthew Ashton30,900
4323George Danzer7,200
4324Dario Sammartino20,600
4325Barbara Lewis12,500
4326Michael Gathy18,800
4327Huu Vinh2,600
4332Bryan Micon17,700
4333Allen Kessler3,200
4334Joseph Esposito13,500
4335Alex Kravchenko22,600
4336Bill Chen18,700
4337Freddie Ellis32,000
4338Scott Seiver24,400
4341Andre Akkari16,200
4343Helmut Koch23,700
4344Brandon Shack-Harris12,100
4345Scott Clements20,000
4346Michael Prinzbach11,000
4347Chip Jett6,000
4348Rex Clinkscales33,400
4351Gary Benson33,000
4352Laurence Kantor9,900
4354Francis Mariani10,800
4355Fabrice Soulier23,100
4356Jean Gaspard23,100
4357Eric Brooks19,700
4358Jameson Painter3,600
4362Mickey Seagle27,200
4363Holger Lindemann14,400
4364Jesse Martin6,700
4365Calvin Anderson23,400
4366Devin Sembaluk35,800
4367Bob Rose3,800
4371Michael Mizrachi36,000
4372Stephen Weiss14,000
4373Bryn Kenney5,100
4374Eric Drache1,900
4375Peter Schneider4,500
4376Becki Vincent10,600
4378Ashly Butler12,800
4381Daniel Negreanu10,500
4382Marco Liesy23,100
4384John D'Agostino15,900
4385Levon Torosyan22,500
4386Michael Rocco13,800
4387Charles Balistreri33,400
4388Cyndy Violette16,000
4391Alexander Meidinger5,900
4392Mitchell Putterman26,000
4393Jon Turner24,500
4394Andrew Kelsall20,200
4395Alan Myerson6,300
4396Frances Bigley4,100
4398John Richardson5,900
4401Dutch Boyd5,700
4402Ashton Griffin11,200
4403David Bach14,500
4404Perry Friedman13,700
4405Nesbitt Coburn6,200
4406Mike Sexton19,100
4407Owais Ahmed29,000
4408Jason Deyoung17,100
4411John Monnette19,900
4412Frank Kassela6,800
4413Farshad Ben Cohen16,400
4414Roland Israelashvili22,200
4415Chad Brown8,600
4416David Lieberman36,100
4417Ryan Tepen14,400
4418Terrence Hastoo34,700
4421Dario Alioto35,100
4422Karle Wilson4,700
4423Ivan Schertzer17,800
4424Denise Molloy9,500
4425Marco Traniello28,000
4426Brandon Guss11,800
4427Deon Bowes13,100
4428Lavonne Joyce15,300
4431Dallas Elwell12,400
4432Michael Huguenot11,200
4433William Munley4,000
4434Joseph Cappello24,500
4435Charles Marty8,300
4436Adam Friedman48,300
4437Eric Crain17,700
4438Bertrand Grospellier30,900
4441James Nelson19,400
4442Gregory Raymer12,300
4443Rocco Bucci20,100
4444Brian Lee15,800
4445David Moskowitz27,200
4446Kenn Wittock48,900
4447David Chiu32,100
4448Mark Vronskii33,400
4451Jonathan Tamayo21,900
4452Robin Rightmire12,200
4453Rudolf Zintel23,800
4454Grant Guevrmont11,500
4455Shawn Buchanan12,300
4456Mike Leah32,400
4457Konstantin Puchkov10,800
4458Charles Townsend19,400

106 Remain on Day 2 of Stud Championship

Adam Freidman; pipped at the post
Adam Freidman; pipped at the post

Welcome back to the Rio All-Suite Hotel and Casino and the 2013 World Series of Poker for Day 2 of Event 23: $2,500 Seven Card Stud.

Yesterday saw 246 players take to the felt to play in the only Stud event of the series; and consequently the Stud Championship for the year. Previous winners such as John Monnette, Bertrand Grospellier and Freddie Ellis all took a seat, but unfortunately one notable Stud lover was missing following the recent passing of Jerry Buss. However the WSOP did a great job of honoring the man that has been a constant here at the WSOP for many years.

Once the action kicked off, multiple bracelet winners, online gurus and cash game specialists all battled hard until just 106 players were left to bag and tag for the night. Although leading the field for the majority of the day, Seven Card Stud Hi-Lo bracelet winner Adam Friedman (48,300) would be pipped in the final few hands by Kenn Wittock (48,900) as he claimed the chip leader.

Michael Mizrachi (36,000), Dario Alioto (35,100) and Rex Clickscales (33,400) round out the top ten while the likes of Mike Leah, Owais Ahmed, Scott Clements, John Monnette and Daniel Negreanu all survived the day.

Play is set to commence at 2:00 p.m. local time with the players aiming to survive into the money-paying top 32 before mounting a charge at claiming the Event 23 bracelet and $145,520 first prize. Make sure to stay tuned to PokerNews and our Live Reporting Team as we provide continuous live updates of all the Day 2 action.

Tags: Adam FriedmanJerry BussKenn Wittock

Nível: 9

Limites: 200/600

Ante: 100

Play Underway

Nível 9 : 200/600, 100 ante

The cards are now in the air for Day 2 of Event 23.

Although there are lofty expectations of reaching the final table of eight today, a more realistic goal is probably the final two tables.

Players will be enduring ten 60-minute levels with a 60-minute dinner break at roughly 8:40 p.m. local time.

Queens Up for Negreanu

Nível 9 : 200/600, 100 ante

Daniel Negreanu completed only to have John D'Agostino raise it up. Negreanu called, and then called a bet on fourth before leading out on fifth.

Negreanu: {X-}{X-} / {5-Diamonds}{7-Hearts}{7-Clubs}
D'Agostino: {X-}{X-} / {Q-Diamonds}{10-Hearts}{3-Clubs}

D'Agostino folded and Negreanu flashed his {Q-Clubs}{Q-Hearts} in the hole and stated, "he's trying to pretend to have what I have!"

D'Agostino commented he had a pocket pair and conceded the pot to Negreanu.

Jogador Fichas Oscilação
Daniel Negreanu ca
Daniel Negreanu
16,000 5,500
John D'Agostino us
John D'Agostino
11,000 -4,900

Tags: Daniel NegreanuJohn D'Agostino

Another for Negreanu

Nível 9 : 200/600, 100 ante

"I'll make it 200!" announced Daniel Negreanu as he had the bring in. One player completed and Negreanu made the call before raising his opponent's bet on fourth.

Negreanu: {X-}{X-} / {4-Spades}{9-Spades}
Opponent: {X-}{X-} / {J-Diamonds}{10-Hearts}

"I have two spades here and there are more spades left for me to make my flush!" added Negreanu.

"Ok you got it." quipped Negreanu's opponent before Negreanu flashed his {9-Clubs}{4-Clubs} in the hole for two pair.

Tags: Daniel Negreanu

Bad Runout for Clements

Nível 9 : 200/600, 100 ante

After a complete, Scott Clements raised it up to 1,200 from a few seats over and his opponent made the call.

Clements then called a bet on fourth before folding to a 1,200-chip bet on fifth with his opponent displaying a fairly scary board.

Clements: {X-}{X-} / {7-Spades}{9-Diamonds}{6-Hearts}
Opponent: {X-}{X-} / {9-Hearts}{10-Hearts}{8-Hearts}

Clements however still has 16,700 in chips.

Jogador Fichas Oscilação
Scott Clements us
Scott Clements
16,700 -3,300
WSOP 3X Winner

Tags: Scott Clements

Kessler Eliminated

Nível 9 : 200/600, 100 ante

Allen Kessler: {x-}{x-} / {j-Hearts}{7-Spades}{2-Clubs}{8-Spades} / {x-}
Freddie Ellis: {x-}{x-} / {3-Hearts}{7-Diamonds}{a-Hearts}{8-Hearts} / {x-}
Scott Seiver: {x-}{x-} / {6-Spades}{k-Spades}{a-Clubs}{10-Hearts} / {x-}

We arrived on sixth street, where Kessler was all in. Seiver check-called a bet from Ellis, then check-folded on seventh. Ellis showed {a-Spades}{5-Clubs}{3-Spades} for aces and threes.

"I just have kings," Kessler said, opening up {k-Hearts}{k-Diamonds}.

He sweat his last card, but it wasn't the case king that he needed, rather it was the {6-Diamonds}. After the hand, Seiver told Kessler that he had the {k-Clubs}.

Kessler hit the rail, and there have been several other eliminations, including Poker Hall of Famer Eric Drache and George Danzer.

Jogador Fichas Oscilação
Freddie Ellis us
Freddie Ellis
42,000 10,000
WSOP 1X Winner
Scott Seiver us
Scott Seiver
21,500 -2,900
WSOP 4X Winner
Michael Prinzbach
Michael Prinzbach
George Danzer de
George Danzer
Alan Myerson us
Alan Myerson
Frances Bigley
Frances Bigley
Allen Kessler us
Allen Kessler

Wrong Seat Causes Major Stud Issues

Nível 9 : 200/600, 100 ante
Ivan Schertzer
Ivan Schertzer

A major issue has developed here early in the Stud Championship with Ivan Schertzer playing the wrong seat and stack.

Schertzer was supposed to be seated on table 442 seat 3 actually took a seat on 432 seat 3. Two issues arose with this. Firstly that seat was actually the vacant seat of George Danzer, and when Schertzer sat down he started playing Dario Sammartino's stack (who had yet to arrive) who was located in seat 4.

Once Sammartino arrived, attention was brought to the Tournament Director on duty, but the major problem was that Schertzer had dwindled Sammartino's 20,600-starting stack down to 12,400. Tournament Director Charlie Ciresi decided that firstly Schertzer would be moved back to his original seat and have his stack reduced to what he roughly lost from Sammartino's stack.

Those chips were then added to Sammartino's stack to bring him up to approximately what he began the day with. However since that table had played roughly 9 hands and Sammartino was forced with a bring-in, he would forfeit chips amounting to 1,200 and the dealer would add 200 to each subsequent hand to balance out what was missing.

Jogador Fichas Oscilação
Dario Sammartino it
Dario Sammartino
18,800 -1,800
Ivan Schertzer us
Ivan Schertzer
8,500 -9,300

Tags: Dario SammartinoIvan Schertzer