2011 World Series of Poker

Event #10: $1,500 No-Limit Hold'em / Six Handed
Zilele: 2
Event Info

2011 World Series of Poker

Rezultate finale
Mâna câştigătoare
Event Info
Fond de premiere
Informaţii Nivel
50,000 / 100,000

Event #10: $1,500 No-Limit Hold'em / Six Handed

Ziua 2 început

Day 2 Table and Seat Draw

3391Robert Beck39,100
3392Orson Young34,600
3393James Casement32,000
3394Ryan Welch156,300
3395Victor Ramdin21,900
3396Johnny Woolen68,100
3441Steven Goosen82,900
3442Davidi Kitai43,800
3443Arthur Morris44,000
3445Mark Rasmussen28,900
3446Nicholas Blumenthal74,400
3451Alex Kamberis80,300
3452Paul Lieu42,400
3453Alex Melnikow34,500
3454Micah Hendrix44,300
3455Tod Holley26,800
3456Melanie Weisner24,500
3461Jacob Toole51,000
3462Kent Paton6,400
3463Corey Quinonez24,800
3464Sean Grover65,200
3465Phuc Chau11,300
3466Stefan Hendrickx9,500
3471Jesse Sylvia52,800
3472Jose Nacho Barbero45,400
3473Bradley Craig86,100
3474Mario Perez45,100
3475Clayton Prinster28,400
3476Efren Garcia70,900
3481Jeffrey Coddington47,600
3482Glenn Tappenden35,000
3483Marc Blais38,600
3484Derek Milosavljevic28,300
3485Kevin Kung31,900
3486Bryan Horist79,100
3491Jeffrey Papola27,800
3492Ervin Tormos55,100
3493Jason Deutsch29,600
3494Michael Glasser36,600
3495Greg Mueller41,600
3496Karl Mahrenholz38,400
3501Denise Molloy30,700
3502James Calderaro41,900
3503Dale Jamison37,600
3504Andre Boyer32,800
3505Michael Hallen71,500
3506Nathan Amar46,500
3511Jacob Naquin21,700
3512Andrew Youngblood38,500
3513Robert Layne37,500
3514Dermot Blain37,700
3515Paul Loh50,900
3516Jesse Kremer18,900
3521Manuel Davidian32,100
3522Steven Gross41,800
3523Alexander Argoe36,400
3524Barry Wiedemann57,300
3525George Jalkotzy52,200
3526William Mikolay58,300
3531Jared Ingles63,400
3532Cliff Josephy24,500
3533Alex Findlay17,700
3534Andrew Schultz64,300
3535Matthew Jarvis23,300
3536Kathryn Sikorski22,100
3541Alexander Barlow53,000
3542Steven Mcnally65,000
3543Mark Bryan22,900
3544Mark Flowers52,200
3545Mohsin Charania56,300
3546Anthony Spinella223,000
3551Steven Fenic23,000
3552Shaun Hartlin21,700
3553Clayton Newman15,200
3554Michael Hauptman51,900
3555Michael Rocco101,800
3556Christian Kohl43,400
3561Elliott Zaydman119,300
3562Marc Mclaughlin69,600
3563Neil Willerson27,700
3564Fabio Coppola69,000
3565Benoit Albiges71,400
3566Marc Dupre37,700
3571Grant Hinkle57,900
3572Brett Hartfiel50,100
3573Tommy Vedes32,500
3574Samuel Gerber65,600
3575Danny Noam11,700
3576Erica Schoenberg39,300
3581Jose-Luis Velador21,000
3582Nicholas Mitchell77,300
3583Javier Rueda42,000
3584Robert Williamson III6,800
3585Thomas Applegate22,200
3586Matthew Deluca41,900
3591Sida Yuen39,400
3592Bryce Daifuku13,500
3593Keith Donovan78,100
3594Kartheeharan Nagarajan55,400
3595Darren Wong37,600
3596Amit Makhija103,800
3601Matthew Bucaric45,100
3602Hewitt Poland40,700
3603Mike Ellis27,300
3604Raymond Gerst23,800
3606Chase Bianchi80,700
3612Jeremy Maher38,800
3613Lewis Hunter18,200
3614Bryan Colin128,100
3615Alexander Venovski38,000
3616Philip Meulyzer29,000
3621Grantland Hillman27,700
3622Jordan Morgan24,800
3623Joshua Mullen55,900
3624Eric Schwartz16,000
3625Numit Agrawal45,800
3631Nicholas Ricciardi14,100
3632Joseph Brattole44,400
3633Andrew Shack35,400
3634Bryan Cooper56,000
3635Oleksii Kovalchuk92,100
3636Zach Clark105,100
3641Leonard Rowley19,900
3642Grudi Grudev68,800
3643Jeffrey Roper31,900
3644Alexandre Luneau62,200
3645Dennis Beres80,400
3646Gregory Dyer64,500
3651Geffrey KleinDNR
3652Darren Elias8,000
3653Alexander Wice87,200
3654Sebastian Marquardt16,600
3655Gabriel Andrade57,500
3656Joseph Ebanks110,000
3661Peter Jetten33,300
3662Tom Macey68,000
3663Seth Hilleren16,200
3664David Vamplew62,100
3665Daniel Buzgon18,800
3666Shawn Keller66,600
3671Grayson Ramage43,400
3672Ian Gillespie20,300
3673Timothy Clark64,800
3674Derrick Yamada17,300
3675Samuel Ngai46,000
3676John Kim24,600
3681William Chao15,300
3682Alexandre Gauron67,600
3683Shankar Pillai63,300
3684Hans Bosman35,000
3685Anders Taylor117,000
3686Alex Lindop43,500
3691Daniel Suied38,000
3692Anthony Lessel53,300
3693Michael Minetti21,200
3694Alexander Wilson19,600
3695Bryan Paris36,300
3696Gary Homberger15,300
3701Bryan Piccioli18,700
3702Mario Cordero34,600
3703Adam Kornuth66,100
3704Gregory Merson26,300
3705Darrick Rains50,600
3706Chris Klodnicki75,500
3721Kurt Jewell32,200
3722Kenichi Takarabe25,500
3723Jonathon PocheDNR
3724Ankush Mandavia76,300
3725Alex Santiago50,600
3726Ralph (Rafal) Michalowski18,000
3731Mazin Khoury75,200
3732Tyler Sumrall17,700
3733Joseph Stefan42,900
3734Matt Stout69,100
3735Shawn Green27,200
3736Wade Woelfel26,800
3751Karl Pirkopf16,800
3752Scott Zakheim25,700
3753Ryan Carter41,700
3754Marvin Rettenmaier43,800
3755Bryan Barrile14,700
3756Eric Froehlich47,700
3761Paul Richardson45,800
3762Ravi Raghavan28,800
3763Ali Eslami37,100
3764Todd Phillips13,700
3765Mauro Stivoli89,700
3766Oscar Castagna43,500

Big Chip Lead for Spinella Just a Few Spots from the Money

Anthony Spinella
Anthony Spinella

Welcome back for Day 2 of Event #10: $1,500 No-Limit Hold'em / Six Handed here at the 2011 World Series of Poker. The massive field of 1,920 has been cut down to just 188 players after Day 1 took place on Monday, and the remaining field will return just eight spots away from the money. Leading the way into Day 2 is Anthony Spinella with 223,000.

Spinella is the only player to eclipse the 200,000-chip mark on Day 1 and a handful of players follow behind him with six-figure stacks. The man is second place is a bracelet winner from last year, Ryan Welch. He has 156,300 in chips coming into Day 2. Bryan Colin sits in third with 128,100.

Two Team PokerStars Pros return for Day 2 and they are Nacho Barbero and Victor Ramdin. We've also got Amit Makhija, Zach Clark, Alex Kamberis, Matt Stout and Mohsin Charania still in the field and looking for a deep run. That second group of players all have healthy stacks, but as always the case, not everyone can be so fortunate.

Stefan Hendrickx, Darren Elias, Robert Williamson III and Kent Paton are all coming into Tuesday with under 10,000 in chips. They'll have the sratch and claw their way to the money if they want to see a return on their investment, but we all know anything can happen in poker. Just recently in Event #4: $5,000 No-Limit Hold’em, Maria Ho came from second-to-last in chips on Day 3 with 42 players left to take second place and over $540,000 in prize money. These four players will surely be hoping for much of the same run good here in this event.

Play kicks off at 2:30 PM PT here in Las Vegas at the Rio. We invite everyone to come on down and watch the amazing poker action going on day in and day out, but if you can't make it down in person, PokerNews is your best bet for all your WSOP coverage! Stay tuned for Day 2 and check out the June 7th WSOP update from our very own Sarah Grant, she's got the scoop on it all.

Taguri: Anthony Spinella

Nivel: 11

Blinduri: 500/1,000

Ante: 100

First Hand Fireworks

Nivel 11 : 500/1,000, 100 ante

We've already seen aces cracked on the first hand of the day for Table #348 in Amazon Purple.

We missed the action preflop, but came in when all the chips were in the middle. Kevin Kung was all in for 31,900 with {A-}{A-}, and he was called by Marc Blais with {J-}{J-}.

The board ran out {K-Diamonds}{Q-Spades}{2-Diamonds}{10-Spades}{A-Diamonds}, giving Blais the straight on the river with the {A-Diamonds}. Kung, obviously shocked, realized he was covered and walked out of the Amazon Room slowly with his jaw dropped.

Blais is now up to 72,000 and is running hot to start Day 2.

Taguri: Kevin KungMarc Blais

Hand For Hand

Nivel 11 : 500/1,000, 100 ante

We're hand for hand right now and getting oh so very close to the money here in the $1,500 No-Limit Hold'em / Six Handed. Play has slowed to a crawl on most tables, but we've already had one or two busts, including Stefan Hendrickx and Matt Jarvis.

Jarvis shipped his last 21,300 with {A-Diamonds}{6-Diamonds} and got called down by Andrew Schultz with {K-}{J-}

A {J-} on the flop was enough to send Jarvis packing short of the money.

Taguri: Andrew SchultzMatt Jarvis

"POP" (That was the Money Bubble Bursting)

Nivel 11 : 500/1,000, 100 ante
Eric Froehlich
Eric Froehlich

We are in the money here at the $1,500 No-Limit Hold'em / Six Handed. Today surprisingly enough, we had two big names bust on the same hand to put the rest of the field in the money.

We already told you about 2010 Main Event final table member Matt Jarvis busting, but recent $25,000 Heads-Up Championship semifinalist Eric Froehlich busted on the same hand at a different table.

We're not sure exactly how much he had when he did it, but "E-Fro" made a big bet on the flop of {J-Spades}{3-Diamonds}{2-Clubs} and Marvin Rettenmaier moved all in. Froehlich called turning over {J-Hearts}{2-Hearts} and Rettenmaier showed {4-Hearts}{5-Hearts} for an up and down straight draw. Unfortunately for Froehlich, the turn and river were {4-Diamonds}{4-Clubs} and Rettenmaier hit trips to send Froehlich out as our co-bubble boy.

Taguri: Eric FroehlichMarvin Rettenmaier

Sayonara Sylvia

Nivel 11 : 500/1,000, 100 ante

With the bust-out rate picking up at an alarming rate, we've just witnessed Jesse Sylvia's elimination over the course of two hands as the action continues in Day 2 of Event #10.

On a board of {5-Spades}{10-Spades}{8-Spades}, Sylvia and Efren Garcia were involved in some heavy post-flop betting action, which resulted in all the money getting into the middle. Sylvia tabled {8-Diamonds}{8-Clubs} for middle set, but ran smack into the {Q-Spades}{4-Spades} of Garcia.

"That's sick," Sylvia muttered as the turn and river bricked out {6-Diamonds}, {A-Diamonds}. With only 2,000 left, Sylvia shipped that in from the small blind with {J-}{10-} in the very next hand after a preflop raise by Mario Perez from the cutoff. Jose Ignacio Barbero called from the big blind, then Barbero and Perez checked all the way down the board of {4-Clubs}{4-Spades}{7-Hearts}{4-Hearts}{3-Hearts}.

It wasn't pretty, but Barbero's {10-Spades}{3-Clubs} was more than enough to seal Sylvia's fate. And while we didn't get the hand details, we can also report that Tommy Vedes has also hit the rail.

Taguri: Efren GarciaJesse SylviaJose Ignacio BarberoMario PerezTommy Vedes

They're Dropping Like Flies!

Nivel 11 : 500/1,000, 100 ante

It is carnage in the Amazon Room right now, so much so that our field reporter returned with a stack of PokerNews Tournament ID cards about two inches thick. Here's just a small sample of the bust-outs we were able to witness:

Daniel Buzgon was crippled after losing a crucial flip with {J-Hearts}{J-Diamonds} against Peter Jetten's {A-Spades}{Q-Diamonds} when a queen hit on the river. Left with just 1,600 in chips, he moved those all-in the very next hand with {Q-Spades}{2-Clubs} after a preflop raise from Seth Hilleren. Hilleren snap-called with {6-Spades}{6-Diamonds} and Buzgon was gone after the board was spread {K-Spades}{7-Diamonds}{3-Spades}{4-Spades}{A-Diamonds}.

Denise Molloy was then eliminated at the hands of Michael Hallen after she moved the last of her money in preflop with {A-Diamonds}{J-Spades}, but failed to improve against Hallen's {A-Spades}{K-Diamonds}. Both paired their ace on the flop but that wasn't enough for Molloy.

And earlier, Karl Mahrenholz moved all-in before the flop with {8-}{8-} and found himself well ahead of Jeffrey Papola's {4-Hearts}{4-Clubs}, but Papola managed to bink a set of fours on the river. All three players have also joined Gabriel Andrade, Derrick Yamada, Michael Minetti and Karl Pirkopf on the rail.

Taguri: Daniel BuzgonDenise MolloyDerrick YamadaGabriel AndradeKarl MahrenholzMichael Minetti