Event #29: $2,500 No-Limit Hold'em
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Event Info

Prijavnina $2,500
Nagradni sklad $2,650,375
Players 1,165

Informacije o trenutnem nivoju

Nivo 30
Slepe stave 40,000 / 80,000
Ante 10,000

Hutter Takes from Porter

Chad_Holloway • Nivo 21: 5,000-10,000, 1,000 ante

At the same time William Reynolds was being eliminated at one table, a decent pot was brewing at another.

It began when Barry Hutter opened for 21,000 from the button and Rep Porter and Matt Salsberg called from the small and big blinds respectively. Two checks on the {3-Hearts}{6-Hearts}{6-Spades} flop saw Hutter bet 32,000, and only Porter called to see the {9-Spades} turn. Porter check-called a bet of 82,000 and then checked when the {J-Diamonds} completed the board on the river. Hutter, who had the bigger stack, moved all in and Porter tanked for a bit before releasing his hand.

Barry Hutter us
Barry Hutter
us 970,000 239,000
Rep Porter us
Rep Porter
us 190,000 -155,000

Oznake: Barry HutterMatt SalsbergRep Porter

William Reynolds Eliminated in 19th Place ($16,220)

Chad_Holloway • Nivo 21: 5,000-10,000, 1,000 ante
William Reynolds - 19th Place
William Reynolds - 19th Place

William Reynolds opened with a raise from the under-the-gun position and Chris Johnson called from the big blind.

The {9-}{3-}{2-} flop saw Reynolds get his last 180,000 or so in the pot holding {9-}{k-}, but his top pair was no good as Johnson held the {q-Diamonds}{q-Clubs}. Neither the turn nor river helped Reynolds and he was eliminated in 19th place for $16,220.

Chris Johnson us
Chris Johnson
us 925,000 260,000
William Reynolds us
William Reynolds
us Izpadel

Oznake: Chris JohnsonWilliam Reynolds

Richard Kirsch Eliminated in 20th Place ($16,220)

Chad_Holloway • Nivo 21: 5,000-10,000, 1,000 ante
Richard Kirsch - 20th Place
Richard Kirsch - 20th Place

Jamie Armstrong opened for 20,000 under the gun and Richard Kirsch called him from the small blind. The big got out of the way and it was heads-up action to the {a-Diamonds}{2-Diamonds}{q-Clubs} flop. Kirsch was first to act and wasted little time in moving all in for right around 135,000. Armstrong called.

Kirsch: {j-Diamonds}{8-Diamonds}
Armstrong: {a-Hearts}{k-Diamonds}

Kirsch flopped a flush draw and decided to play it strong. Unfortunately for him it did pan out as the {Q-Spades} blanked on the turn followed by the {J-Spades} on the river. Kirsch became the day's first casualty and will take home $16,220 for his 20th-place finish.

Jamie Armstrong us
Jamie Armstrong
us 1,180,000 415,000
Richard Kirsch us
Richard Kirsch
us Izpadel

Oznake: Richard KirschJamie Armstrong

Porter vs. Salsberg

Chad_Holloway • Nivo 21: 5,000-10,000, 1,000 ante

Matt Salsberg opened for 25,000 under the gun and cleared the field all the way around to Rep Porter, who defended from the big blind. Both players then checked the {j-Diamonds}{10-Diamonds}{7-Spades} flop, and the dealer burned and turned the {5-Diamonds}. Porter took a stab at the pot for 32,000 but folded when Salsberg popped it to 80,000.

Matt Salsberg ca
Matt Salsberg
ca 445,000 60,000
Rep Porter us
Rep Porter
us 345,000 -118,000

Oznake: Matt SalsberRep Porter

Nivo:
21
Slepe stave:
5,000/10,000
Ante:
1,000

A Champion Shall Be Crowned in Event #29: $2,500 No-Limit Hold'em

Chad_Holloway
Matt Salsberg is among the final 20 competing for a bracelet.
Matt Salsberg is among the final 20 competing for a bracelet.

Two days ago, Event #29: $2,500 No-Limit Hold'em of the 2014 World Series of Poker began with 1,165 players, which created a prize pool of $2,650,375. Today just 20 of them remain in contention for the gold bracelet and $536,768 first-place prize.

The man best positioned to make a run at the title is Jamie Armstrong, who ended Day 2 with a tournament-leading stack of 765,000. Hot on Armstrong’s heels was Barry Hutter, who has been among the chip leaders since this tournament started. Hutter will begin Day 3 with 731,000 chips.

Other big stacks and notables included Chris Johnson (665,000), Sam Cohen (654,000), Rep Porter (463,000), Matt Salsberg (447,000), David Benefield, (355,000), Justin Oliver (284,000), and William Reynolds (223,000).

Action is set to get underway at 1 p.m. local time, which about an hour from now. The plan is to play down to a winner, and of course the PokerNews Live Reporting Team will be there every step of the way to bring you all the action and eliminations. Stay tuned to see who will be crowned the next bracelet winner of the 2014 WSOP!

TableSeatPlayerChips
4461Chris Johnson665,000
4462William Reynolds223,000
4463Joseph Brattole181,000
4464David Benefield432,000
4465--empty----
4466--empty----
4467Thad Mcnulty520,000
4468--empty----
4469Scott Davies474,000
    
4491Andy Phan603,000
4492--empty----
4493Jamie Armstrong765,000
4494--empty----
4495Justin Kindred260,000
4496Sam Cohen654,000
4497Pierre Milan273,000
4498Daniel Laming561,000
4499Richard Kirsch315,000
    
4501--empty----
4502Rep Porter463,000
4503Matt Salsberg447,000
4504Yong Lu474,000
4505Justin Oliver284,000
4506Marius Pospiech249,000
4507Grayson Nichols167,000
4508--empty----
4509Barry Hutter731,000

Start-of-Day 3 Chip Counts (v celoti)

Chad_Holloway
Jamie Armstrong us
Jamie Armstrong
us 765,000
Barry Hutter us
Barry Hutter
us 731,000
Chris Johnson us
Chris Johnson
us 665,000
Sam Cohen us
Sam Cohen
us 654,000
Andy Phan us
Andy Phan
us 603,000
Daniel Laming gb
Daniel Laming
gb 561,000
Thad McNulty us
Thad McNulty
us 520,000
Yong Lu CA
Yong Lu
CA 474,000
Scott Davies us
Scott Davies
us 474,000
Rep Porter us
Rep Porter
us 463,000
Matt Salsberg ca
Matt Salsberg
ca 447,000
David Benefield us
David Benefield
us 432,000
Richard Kirsch us
Richard Kirsch
us 315,000
Justin Oliver ca
Justin Oliver
ca 284,000
Pierre Milan fr
Pierre Milan
fr 273,000
Justin Kindred us
Justin Kindred
us 260,000
Marius Pospiech de
Marius Pospiech
de 249,000
William Reynolds us
William Reynolds
us 223,000
Joseph Brattole US
Joseph Brattole
US 181,000
Grayson Nichols us
Grayson Nichols
us 167,000
Event #29: $2,500 No-Limit Hold'em
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