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Event #4: $1,000 No-Limit Hold'em



Civic Loses Flip for Stack

• Nivo 12: 600-1,200, 200 ante

Craig Carrillo clashed all in preflop with Donald Civic who was the short stack at the table and had found {a-Spades}{k-Hearts}. He was up against the {j-Hearts}{j-Diamonds} of Carillo.

The dealer put out a board of {4-Clubs}{3-Spades}{6-Spades}{7-Diamonds}{7-Spades}, meaning no help for big slick and Civic took his leave.

Craig Carrillo us
Craig Carrillo
us 120,000 32,700
Donald Civic au
Donald Civic
au Izpadel

Oznake: Craig CarrilloDonald Civic

Labar Joins the Queue

• Nivo 12: 600-1,200, 200 ante

There are a number of players heading for the payout desk already and among that group is Brett Labar.

In his final hand, Labar opened for 2,500 on the button, then watched Andrew Lichtenberger get a count of Labar’s stack of 16,700 before making the call.

They saw a flop of {j-Diamonds}{5-Hearts}{8-Spades}. Lichtenberger checked and when Labar bet 2,500, Lichtenberger check-raised him to 10,000. Labar moved all in and Lichtenberger quickly called showing {j-Clubs}{10-Hearts}. “You got me.” Labar said and showed his {j-Hearts}{3-Hearts}.

The {a-Hearts} turn and {6-Diamonds} river completed the board, and Labar was out.

Andrew Lichtenberger us
Andrew Lichtenberger
us 80,000 17,300
Brett Labar
Brett Labar

Oznake: Andrew LichtenbergerBrett Labar

Early Bust Out

• Nivo 12: 600-1,200, 200 ante

On the first hand of the day at Table 439, one of our chip leaders, Alan Clunie, opened to 3,600 from early position and Jake Schwartz made the call from the small blind. The big blind shoved all in, Clunie quickly got out of the way, and Schwartz snap-called with {a-}{q-} versus the {5-}{5-} of the player in the big blind who was at risk.

Schwartz didn't have to wait long to leap ahead as the flop came down {q-Spades}{2-Hearts}{7-}. The board ran out {9-Spades}, then {9-Diamonds}, and we've lost one early.

Jake Schwartz us
Jake Schwartz
us 59,000 13,400

Oznake: Alan ClunieJake Schwartz

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Day 2 Chip Counts (v celoti)

Miguel Proulx ca
Miguel Proulx
ca 120,500
Andjelko Andrejevic us
Andjelko Andrejevic
us 117,800
Dale Beaudoin us
Dale Beaudoin
us 117,100
Brian Bauer
Brian Bauer
Mark Radoja ca
Mark Radoja
ca 102,000 15,000
Cy Williams us
Cy Williams
us 100,400 18,400
Alan Clunie
Alan Clunie
91,700 -18,300
Scott Baumstein us
Scott Baumstein
us 88,200 -10,800
Craig Carrillo us
Craig Carrillo
us 87,300
Edward Gitelson
Edward Gitelson
Jimmy Fricke us
Jimmy Fricke
us 86,100 60,100
Niall Farrell gb
Niall Farrell
gb 86,000 53,000
Steve Chanthabouasy us
Steve Chanthabouasy
us 85,000
Julius Malzanini de
Julius Malzanini
de 77,700 2,700
Tom Koral us
Tom Koral
us 77,600
Geoffrey Mooney au
Geoffrey Mooney
au 77,100
Robert Georato us
Robert Georato
us 77,100
Stephen Foutty us
Stephen Foutty
us 76,700
Michael Hahn us
Michael Hahn
us 74,500
Jeremy Kottler us
Jeremy Kottler
us 70,700
Joseph Gordon us
Joseph Gordon
us 70,000
Phil Collins us
Phil Collins
us 69,800 64,750
Jamie Kerstetter us
Jamie Kerstetter
us 69,700 -10,300
Ryan Snyder ca
Ryan Snyder
ca 68,900
James Huang
James Huang

Preberi vse

Day 2 of Event #4: $1,000 No-Limit Hold'em About to Begin

Mark Radoja is chasing his 3rd WSOP bracelet
Mark Radoja is chasing his 3rd WSOP bracelet

Day 2 will begin shortly with the 2,224 players who bought in on Day 1 being reduced to 186 after 11 levels of play yesterday. The money bubble burst last night with the returning players all now in the money and guaranteed at least $1,981.

The overnight chip leader is Miguel Proulx who returns with 120,500 closely followed by Andjelko Andrejevic with 117,800 and Dale Beaudoin with 117,100.

Mark Radoja who bagged 102,000 chips last night is in 5th place. Radoja is well placed today to make a run at his third WSOP bracelet.

Other notables still in the field are Cy Williams (100,400), Alan Clunie (91,700), Jimmy “Gobboboy” Fricke (86,100), Niall Farrell from the U.K. (86,000), Andrew “luckychewy” Lichtenberger (62,700), and heads-up online specialist Olivier Busquet (35,000).

Play begins at 1.p.m with Level 12 where the blinds are 600/1,200 with a 200 ante. There will be ten levels of play today, a 20-minute break after every two levels, and a one-hour dinner break after Level 17.

We are all set for another great day of poker here at the Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino, home of the 2014 World Series of Poker. We hope you’ll stay with us throughout the day as the players battle towards the final table with their eyes firmly fixed on the first-place prize of $360,435 and a gold bracelet to hang off their wrist.

Event #4: $1,000 No-Limit Hold'em
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