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2013 World Series of Poker

Event #52: $25,000 No-Limit Hold'em (Six Handed)
Dias: 1
Event Info

2013 World Series of Poker

Resultado Final
Vencedor
Mão Vencedora
j10
Prémio
$1,205,324
Event Info
Buy-in
$25,000
Entradas
175
Informações sobre o nível
Nível
28
Blinds
60,000 / 120,000
Ante
15,000

Event #52: $25,000 No-Limit Hold'em (Six Handed)

Dia 1 Concluído

Max Lehmanski Leads Event #52: $25,000 No-Limit Hold'em (Six Handed) Heading Into Day 2

Nível 8 : 600/1,200, 200 ante
Max Lehmanski current chip leader in Event #52.
Max Lehmanski current chip leader in Event #52.

It was a wild ride here in Event #52: $25,000 No-Limit Hold'em (Six Handed) for one of the biggest buy-in events of the summer. At the end of the night it was Max Lehmanski who locked up the most chips (406,000). Action started slow and steady here with only a few players dropping off here and there, but ironically enough, one of the first bust outs of the day, possibly the first, was that of Greg Merson, the champion of this event last year. Merson tried to run a huge bluff on Don Nguyen, but Nguyen snapped him off with two pair and Merson was eliminated very early into Day 1.

There were 175 players who began the day, but at the end of it only 101 remained. Notables fell off the map one by one such as Daniel Negreanu, Matt Stout, Jennifer Tilly, Matt Marafioti, Isaac Haxton, Chris Moorman, Phil Ivey, and Jonathan Duhamel. But for every notable who fell there were plenty still left alive. One could be found at every table of the tournament. Some who will return tomorrow include Jason Mercier, Christian Harder, Max Steinberg, Yevgeniy Timoshenko, Dan Kelly, Matt Salsberg, and many more.

The man who locked up the chip lead tonight was Max Lehmanski. Lehmanski grabbed the lead when he won a huge three-way pot against Brandon Cantu and one other player. Cantu had flopped top two pair, another player flopped top and bottom pair, and Lehmanski held a flush draw that he binked to take all the money. Lehmanski never let go of his chip lead and he will ride his 406,000 chips into tomorrow.

Hot on Lehmanski's tail is Phil Galfond, who took down a huge pot at the end of the night courtesy of Masa Kagawa. Kagawa shoved all in on the river and after a long while in the tank, Galfond called. Kagawa had a pair of sevens the never improved on the flop, turn, or river, while Galfond had two pair. Kagawa's chips vaulted Galfond up to the top of the chip counts, but he still has a ways to go to catch Lehmanski.

The remaining 101 players will be back tomorrow at 2 p.m. local time and they will play 10 levels or down to a final table. PokerNews.com will be here with all the action so make sure to stay tuned as we follow the road to crown our next World Series of Poker Champion

Official End-of-Day Counts (Completo)

Nível 8 : 600/1,200, 200 ante
Jogador Fichas Oscilação
Max Lehmanski de
Max Lehmanski
406,000
51,000
51,000
Fabrice Touil fr
Fabrice Touil
348,800
348,800
348,800
Phil Galfond us
Phil Galfond
338,700
187,700
187,700
WSOP 3X Winner
Run It Once
Craig Casino us
Craig Casino
333,000
-6,000
-6,000
Ben Sulsky us
Ben Sulsky
330,300
122,300
122,300
Run It Once
Rachid Ben Cherif nl
Rachid Ben Cherif
329,500
Marvin Rettenmaier de
Marvin Rettenmaier
289,400
Kevin Eyster us
Kevin Eyster
283,300
WSOP 1X Winner
Brandon Meyers us
Brandon Meyers
258,100
47,100
47,100
Francois Safieddine us
Francois Safieddine
250,000
-31,000
-31,000
WSOP 1X Winner
Pascal Lefrancois ca
Pascal Lefrancois
246,200
171,200
171,200
WSOP 1X Winner
Alexander Uskov ru
Alexander Uskov
242,500
David "Bakes" Baker us
David "Bakes" Baker
223,700
33,700
33,700
$25K Fantasy
WSOP 3X Winner
Brian Rast us
Brian Rast
216,500
$25K Fantasy
WSOP 6X Winner
Poker Hall of Famer
Eric Sfez fr
Eric Sfez
211,100
Jeff Gross us
Jeff Gross
207,000
2,000
2,000
StakeKings
Evan Silverstein us
Evan Silverstein
204,000
112,000
112,000
John Kincaid
John Kincaid
203,200
Eli Berg us
Eli Berg
201,500
91,500
91,500
Andrew Lichtenberger us
Andrew Lichtenberger
198,800
-20,200
-20,200
$25K Fantasy
WSOP 1X Winner
Keith Lehr us
Keith Lehr
196,600
51,600
51,600
WSOP 2X Winner
Michael Lipman
Michael Lipman
194,300
-55,700
-55,700
Jason Senti us
Jason Senti
186,700
-18,300
-18,300
David Benyamine fr
David Benyamine
185,900
100,900
100,900
WSOP 1X Winner
Christian Harder us
Christian Harder
184,100
41,100
41,100
$25K Fantasy

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Galfond Makes A Huge Call At The Night's End To Come Close To Chip Lead

Nível 8 : 600/1,200, 200 ante
Phil Galfond from an earlier event.
Phil Galfond from an earlier event.

On a board of {A-Spades}{3-Hearts}{K-Spades}{10-Clubs}{8-Diamonds} Phil Galfond and Masa Kagawa were involved in a big pot. With roughly 50,000 already in the middle, Masa Kagawa open shoved all in for 81,600.

Galfond went into the tank for a long time, and thought about it for roughly 5 minutes. By the time Galfond made a decision, several tables had already started bagging their chips.

Eventually, Galfond pushed out the chips for a call, and it ended up being the right one.

Kagawa turned over {7-Clubs}{7-Spades} which was fifth pair on the board. Galfond showed his {A-Hearts}{8-Spades} and that was good enough to take down the pot and to lock up a top five stack here at the end of the night in Event #52.

Rettenmaier Wins Big

Nível 8 : 600/1,200, 200 ante

Marvin Rettenmaier is the most recent player to move to over 300,000 in chips, after he and Mike Telker committed all their chips in pre-flop, after a betting war.

Rettenmaier tabled {9-Diamonds}{8-Hearts}, much to the disappointment of Telker, who showed his {8-Spades}{8-Diamonds}, before stepping up from his chair, and leaving immediately, as the board ran out {4-Hearts}{q-Diamonds}{10-Clubs}{6-Diamonds}{q-Spades}.

Jogador Fichas Oscilação
Marvin Rettenmaier de
Marvin Rettenmaier
320,000
Mike Telker
Mike Telker
Eliminado

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Shakerchi Shakes a Few To Lichtenberger

Nível 8 : 600/1,200, 200 ante
Talal Shakerchi
Talal Shakerchi

Action began with Talal Shakerchi who raised under the gun to 3,000. He was called by Andrew Lichtenberger in the small blind. Phil Laak thought about it for a bit in the big blind before releasing his hand.

The flop came down {9-Clubs}{Q-Hearts}{Q-Diamonds} and Lichtenberger checked to Shakerchi who put out a bet of 4,000. Lichtenberger called.

Both players then checked the {Q-Clubs} on the turn, as well as the {3-Diamonds} on the river.

Lichtenberger turned up his {8-Clubs}{8-Spades} and his full house was good enough to earn him the pot.

Jogador Fichas Oscilação
Andrew Lichtenberger us
Andrew Lichtenberger
219,000
27,000
27,000
$25K Fantasy
WSOP 1X Winner
Talal Shakerchi gb
Talal Shakerchi
67,500
-14,500
-14,500