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2014 World Series of Poker

Event #65: $10,000 Main Event
Event Info

2014 World Series of Poker

Resultado Final
Mão Vencedora
Event Info
Informações sobre o nível
800,000 / 1,600,000

Jaka and Liporace Clash

Nível 16 : 2,500/5,000, 500 ante

Start-of-day chip leader Andrew Liporace opened to 10,000 in middle position and Faraz Jaka three-bet to 30,000 from the small blind with about 95,000 behind. Liporace went into the tank for about two minutes before he opted to fold.

Jogador Fichas Oscilação
Andrew Liporace us
Andrew Liporace
1,030,000 -20,000
Faraz Jaka us
Faraz Jaka
145,000 35,000
WSOP 1X Winner

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Hutter Will Not Be Shown the Money

Nível 16 : 2,500/5,000, 500 ante
Barry Hutter
Barry Hutter

We missed how the hand unfolded, but we do know that Barry Hutter got his stack of 185,000 all in on a flop of {7-Clubs}{q-Diamonds}{9-Clubs}. He had flopped top pair with the {q-Spades}{j-Diamonds}, but it was no good as Jay Goldenberg held {a-Diamonds}{a-Clubs}.

Hutter needed some help, and while the {K-Diamonds} turn was paint, it wasn't what he was looking for. Hutter needed either a queen or jack on the river to survive, but it was not meant to be as the {2-Diamonds} blanked. A disappointed Hutter made a hasty exit from the Amazon Tan section nine spots shy of the money.

Jogador Fichas Oscilação
Jay Goldenberg us
Jay Goldenberg
660,000 133,000
Barry Hutter us
Barry Hutter
WSOP 1X Winner

Tags: Barry HutterJay Goldenberg

Burt Doubles Through Townsend

Nível 16 : 2,500/5,000, 500 ante

Action folded around to Timothy Burt on the button and he made it 10,000 to go. Brian Townsend moved all in from the small blind and the big blind folded. Action was back on Burt for his tournament life and he went deep into the tank.

Eventually, the clock was called and Burt was given 60 seconds to act on his hand. As the time wound down, Burt finally dropped out a call for his last 173,500.

Burt rolled over {K-Diamonds}{K-Spades} and was in a dominating position against Townsend's {Q-Hearts}{J-Spades}. The board came down {2-Spades}{7-Hearts}{2-Hearts}{J-Diamonds}{4-Diamonds}, ensuring that Burt's cowboys would hold as the best hand. He now has about 360,000 in chips to Townsend's 255,000.

Jogador Fichas Oscilação
Timothy Burt us
Timothy Burt
360,000 218,500
Brian Townsend us
Brian Townsend
255,000 -288,500

Tags: Brian TownsendTim Burt

Ohel Pays Off Big Zaichenko River Bet

Nível 16 : 2,500/5,000, 500 ante

We found Randy Ohel agonizing over a wager of 95,000 from Andrey Zaichenko, who was in the big blind on a board of {10-Spades}{10-Diamonds}{5-Diamonds}{q-Clubs}{4-Spades}. Ohel ultimately opted to call, and Zaichenko showed him {q-Spades}{10-Hearts} for tens full and the chips were shipped his way.

Jogador Fichas Oscilação
Andrey Zaichenko ru
Andrey Zaichenko
730,000 290,000
WSOP 1X Winner
Randy Ohel us
Randy Ohel
110,000 -160,000
WSOP 1X Winner

Tags: Andrey ZaichenkoRandy Ohel

Cunningham Won't Notch His 7th WSOP Main Event Cash

Nível 16 : 2,500/5,000, 500 ante
Allen Cunningham
Allen Cunningham

We missed the elimination of Allen Cunningham, which happened at the end of Level 15, but we were able to gather some details after the fact.

According to Jeff Madsen, he opened for 6,500 from middle position holding {4-}{4-} and Cunningham called from the small blind. David Feldman then three-bet to 29,000 from the big, Madsen called, and Cunningham tanked for a bit before four-betting all in. Feldman made the call and Madsen got out of the way.

Cunningham: {q-}{q-}
Feldman: {a-}{a-}

Cunningham, who has six Main Event cashes including a fourth-place finish in 2006 for $3,628,513, was dominated, and he received no reprieve as the board ran out a dry {4-}{5-}{6-}{9-}{5-}. With that, the man who ranks 17th on the All-Time Money List exited the 2014 WSOP Main Event just shy of a payday.

Jogador Fichas Oscilação
Allen Cunningham us
Allen Cunningham
WSOP 5X Winner

Tags: Allen CunninghamDavid FeldmanJeff Madsen

Graner Jumps Into Chip Lead

Nível 16 : 2,500/5,000, 500 ante

Just before the break, we caught a hand between Stephen Graner and Ryan Hall where the completed board read {7-Clubs}{4-Diamonds}{K-Clubs}{7-Hearts}{7-Diamonds}. Graner moved out a river bet of 230,000 and found a call from Ryan Hall. Graner tabled {A-Spades}{A-Diamonds} and Hall shook his head and tossed his hand into the muck. Hall later told the player seated next to him that he held ace-king.

Graner dragged in the massive pot and now sits on the chip lead with 1.353 million. Hall, on the other hand, has dropped to 305,000.

Jogador Fichas Oscilação
Stephen Graner us
Stephen Graner
1,353,500 303,500
Ryan Hall ca
Ryan Hall
305,000 -7,500

Nível: 16

Blinds: 2,500/5,000

Ante: 500

Melikian Issued One-Round Penalty with 10 Big Blinds

Nível 15 : 2,000/4,000, 500 ante

Just over 10 minutes into the break, Ara Melikian finished a dispute with the tournament staff after being issued a one-round penalty for exposing his hand with action pending.

Three different floor staff ruled that Melikian would have a one-round penalty despite only having 51,500 in chips left in his stack. The staff explained to Melikian that one can't take into account the size of a player's stack when making a ruling. Melikian, upset with the ruling, requested to escalate things to Jack Effel for an appeal.

Effel came over, heard the ruling from the floor staff, the situation recalled from the dealer, and Melikian's appeal, but ultimately ruled the same as his colleagues that Melikian would receive a one-round penalty for exposing his cards with action pending.

Jogador Fichas Oscilação
Ara Melikian us
Ara Melikian
51,500 -46,000

Tags: Ara Melikian

PokerNews Impromptu: Jonathan Little Looks to Make the Money on Day 4

Nível 15 : 2,000/4,000, 500 ante

Jonathan Little managed to chip up a bit in the first level of play on Day 4 of the 2014 World Series of Poker Main Event. Now he's set his sights on making the money. If he does, he plans to review all the significant hands he's played, which he'll share with the poker world. Learn about that and more in the latest PokerNews Impromptu.

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