Event #62: $10,000 No-Limit Hold'em Main Event

Anton Morgenstern Leads Final 27; Jackie Glazier Falls in 31st

[user68268] • Nível 29: 50,000-100,000, 10,000 ante
Anton Morgenstern

That's it for Level 29, and the entire day, as rapid eliminations all day long have caused a stoppage after just four levels. With 27 players remaining, Anton Morgenstern will lead the way heading into Day 7. He bagged up a whopping 21.955 million in chips after getting a nice boost to his stack in the final hand of the night.

Coming into the day, Sami Rustom had the chip lead with over 7 million in his stack. In the third level of the day, all of those chips were gone as Rustom finished in 39th place. He was eliminated at the hands of Philip Long, finishing with a payday $185,694.

The last level of the night saw Jack Amyx fall in 37th place. He was followed to the payout desk by Umang Dattani (36th place), Nicolas Le Floch (35th place), Byron Kaverman (34th place), Aleksejs Ponakovs (33rd place) and Dan Owen (32nd place).

Then in 31st place, the last woman standing hit the rail with the elimination of Jackie Glazier. With the blinds at 50,000/100,000/10,000, Sergio Castelluccio raised from middle position to 200,000, then Glazier reraised all in for 1.975 million from the big blind. Castelluccio quickly called with the {10-Hearts}{10-Diamonds} and was up against Glazier's {A-Spades}{Q-Spades}. The board ran out {9-Hearts}{9-Clubs}{9-Spades}{5-Clubs}{K-Hearts}, and that was the end of the line for Glazier. She earned $229,281 for her finish.

After Glazier busted, Danard Petit went out in 30th, Philip Long was eliminated in 29th, then George Wong headed out the door in 28th.

Moving forward, there are plenty of big names still left in the field. First and foremost, you've got the 2001 Main Event champion Carlos Mortensen. Then, last year's ninth-place finisher Steve Gee is also still alive. Outside of those two, notable players Yevgeniy Timoshenko, David Benefield, JC Tran, Amir Lehavot and Rep Porter all still remain, making for plenty of firepower scattered around the final three tables.

Tomorrow, Day 7 will kick off at 12 p.m. Las Vegas time, and this will be the most important day of the summer for these 27 players that remain. You're either making the November Nine or you aren't, and Monday's play will determine all of that. However long it takes, play will last until the final nine have been reached. PokerNews will be live all day long with the coverage, so be sure to tune right back in tomorrow. We'll see you then.

Tags: 2013 Main EventAleksejs PonakovsAmir LehavotAnton MorgensternByron KavermanCarlos MortensenDan OwenDavid BenefieldJack AmyxJackie GlazierJC TranNicolas Le FlochRep PorterSergio CastelluccioSteve GeeSteven GeeUmang DattaniYevgeniy Timoshenko