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2014 World Series of Poker

Event #65: $10,000 Main Event
Dias: 2ab
Event Info

2014 World Series of Poker

Resultado Final
Vencedor
Mão Vencedora
1010
Prémio
$10,000,000
Event Info
Buy-in
$10,000
Entradas
6,683
Informações sobre o nível
Nível
41
Blinds
800,000 / 1,600,000
Ante
200,000

Event #65: $10,000 Main Event

Dia 2ab Iniciado

Jacobson and Luxemburger Lead Returning Fields for Day 2ab

Martin Jacobson
Martin Jacobson

Welcome back to our ongoing coverage of the 2014 World Series of Poker Main Event! The starting flights of this prestigious event have gone by in a flash and the Amazon, Brasilia, and Pavilion rooms will all be filled to the brim with players returning for the second day of play. Day 1a leader Martin Jacobson will be returning to the biggest stack of today's players with 200,100, while hot on Jacobson's heels will be Day 1b chip leader Trey Luxemberger who bagged up 193,450.

Players from each of the first two starting flights will once again compete against those from their original flights. The 505 players to advance from Day 1a will be posted up in the Amazon room while the 1,428 who moved on from Day 1b will be placed in both Brasilia and Pavilion. The field will play a grand total of five two-hour levels today before bagging and tagging for the evening.

Dozens of notable names will be chasing the Swedish Jacobson in his starting flight, including top stacks Aaron Wilt (157,650), Seamus Cahill (150,775), Andy Hwang (118,875), Mukul Pahuja (114,800), and Alex Simic (110,675) as well as the likes of Layne Flack (75,450), Ryan Riess (70,225), Chris Moneymaker (69,850), Antonio Esfandiari (59,775), and Annette Obrestad (54,625).

Meanwhile chasing Luxemburger among the Day 1b runners will be several notable big stacks including Paul Tedeschi (137,450), Joe Kuether (135,675), Erik Seidel (134,025), Mark Radoja (126,000), and Matt Affleck (122,150). Main Event champions Dan Harrington (35,200) and Huck Seed (22,750) will also return to the felt.

Play kicks off at 12 p.m. local time. As always, be sure to stay tuned for PokerNews for all of the big pots, bad beats, and bust outs from the 2014 WSOP Main Event!

https://www.pokernews.com/video/wsop-2014-day-2a-2b-update-9029.htm

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Assorted Chip Counts From Day 1a and 1b

Nível 6 : 250/500, 50 ante
Jogador Fichas Oscilação
Martin Jacobson se
Martin Jacobson
200,100 100
WSOP Main Event Champion
WSOP 1X Winner
Trey Luxemburger us
Trey Luxemburger
193,450 17,450
Sarkis Hakobian ru
Sarkis Hakobian
190,125 25,125
Ryan Buckholtz us
Ryan Buckholtz
189,000 159,000
Dan Wirgau us
Dan Wirgau
173,350 23,350
Ryan Julius us
Ryan Julius
165,125 20,125
Maxim Panyak ru
Maxim Panyak
158,425 158,425
Seamus Cahill ie
Seamus Cahill
150,775 775
Steve Ryan us
Steve Ryan
147,500
Richard Moon us
Richard Moon
146,200 146,200
Paul Douglass us
Paul Douglass
142,275 142,275
Pavel Yakobson ru
Pavel Yakobson
137,250 137,250
Joe Kuether us
Joe Kuether
135,675 -4,325
Erik Seidel us
Erik Seidel
134,025 36,025
WSOP 9X Winner
Poker Hall of Famer
Trung Nguyen us
Trung Nguyen
133,975 -27,025
Sebastian Pauli de
Sebastian Pauli
128,625 54,525
Mark Radoja ca
Mark Radoja
126,000 81,000
WSOP 2X Winner
Taylor Paur us
Taylor Paur
116,600 13,600
WSOP 2X Winner
Marvin Rettenmaier de
Marvin Rettenmaier
115,000
Mukul Pahuja us
Mukul Pahuja
114,800 -20,200
Steve Watts gb
Steve Watts
104,800 27,800
Austin Buchanan us
Austin Buchanan
104,175
David Williams us
David Williams
104,100 92,000
WSOP 1X Winner
Daniele Vadacchino
Daniele Vadacchino
101,025 101,025
Brian Hastings us
Brian Hastings
100,350 -14,650
WSOP 6X Winner

Leia tudo

Nível: 6

Blinds: 250/500

Ante: 50

Ask The Pros: Eight Essential Characteristics for Navigating Large Tournaments

Nível 6 : 250/500, 50 ante

The World Series of Poker Main Event is always a massive affair, as players aim to maneuver his or her way through a sea of entrants in order to achieve poker immortality.

One of the reasons that the game of poker attracts people from all over the world is that it’s a game that mentally challenges you to be your best. Knowing that bad beats will happen, bad play will get rewarded from time to time, and variance can creep up at any moment, what does it take to last?

Recently, PokerNews went on a quest to find out what qualities a poker player should possess to make it through a large-field tournament such as the WSOP Main Event.

To learn more about the eight essential characteristics for navigating these large events, check out the full article by clicking here.

Kelly Crushes Kobayashi

Nível 6 : 250/500, 50 ante
Dan Kelly on Day 1
Dan Kelly on Day 1

On one of the first hands of the day Dan Kelly raised to 1,200 under the gun plus one and the player on his direct left announced a three-bet to 2,800.

The action folded back around to Kelly who quickly made the call.

The flop came down {5-Hearts}{10-Clubs}{3-Clubs} and Kelly checked to Kobayashi who bet 4,100. Kelly called and on the turn the {9-Spades} hit.

Kelly checked again and Kobayashi moved all in for about 15,000 chips, and his opponent snap-called.

Kelly: {9-Hearts}{9-Clubs}
Kobayashi: {5-Spades}{5-Clubs}

The Japanese player had a lower set and was looking for the final five in the deck, but the river brought the {K-Spades}. Kobayashi, who kept smiling, thanked the players at his table and quietly left the Brasilia room.

Jogador Fichas Oscilação
Dan Kelly us
Dan Kelly
59,000 23,725
Hirokazu Kobayashi jp
Hirokazu Kobayashi
Eliminado

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Online Star "samrostan" the First to Go

Nível 6 : 250/500, 50 ante
Chun Lei Zhou in earlier WSOP action.
Chun Lei Zhou in earlier WSOP action.

Well, it didn't take long for the first player to fall in the Day 2a field over in the Amazon Room. On the first hand of the day online superstar Chun Lei "samrostan" Zhou, the man formerly known as "patpatpanda," was sent to the rail by Salman Behbehani.

It appeared Behbehani had raised from the button, Zhou defended from the small blind, and then the latter called bets on both the {10-Hearts}{7-Hearts}{a-Hearts} flop and {4-Clubs} turn. When the {6-Spades} completed the board on the river, Zhou checked and then called off when Behbehani moved all in.

Behbehani rolled over {5-Hearts}{3-Hearts} for a flopped flush, and it was good as Zhou sent his cards to the muck before making his way toward the exit.

Jogador Fichas Oscilação
Salman Behbehani us
Salman Behbehani
100,000 36,525
Chun Lei Zhou mo
Chun Lei Zhou
Eliminado

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Not Bluffing This Soon

Nível 6 : 250/500, 50 ante

On one of the secondary feature tables, Tom McEvoy opened for a raise and Maria Mayrinck three-bet. It was folded back to McEvoy who let his hand go as well. Mayrinck showed {A-}{K-} and told McEvoy "I'm not bluffing this soon."

Not sure if McEvoy believed her. Mayrinck is a poker player after all.

Jogador Fichas Oscilação
Maria Mayrinck br
Maria Mayrinck
50,500 2,425
Tom McEvoy us
Tom McEvoy
30,500 -1,400
WSOP Main Event Champion
WSOP 4X Winner
Poker Hall of Famer

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