2011 World Series of Poker

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

2011 World Series of Poker

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Event Info
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Informaţii Nivel
50,000 / 100,000

Nivel: 12

Blinduri: 600/1,200

Ante: 200

First Round's on Them!

Nivel 11 : 500/1,000, 100 ante

The tournament clock is now showing 156 players left and we've just picked up the first round of payouts from the cage. All these players have received $2,954 for their efforts.

163Bryan BarrileUnited States 
164Ryan CarterUnited States 
165Tyler SumrallUnited States 
166Grantland HillmanUnited States 
167Daniel BuzgonUnited States 
168Karl PirkopfUnited States 
169Bill ChenUnited States 
170Michael MinettiUnited States 
171Karl MahrenholzUnited Kingdom 
172Cliff JosephyUnited States 
173Sebastian MarquardtGermany 
174Denise MolloyUnited States 
175Jesse SylviaUnited States 
176Alex FindlayN/A 
177Jordan MorganUnited States 
178Eric SchwartzUnited States 
179Tommy VedesUnited States 
180Kurt JewellUnited States 

From here, our remaining contenders (and those who have since busted) are guaranteed at least $3,214 of the American variety.

Check Call, Check Call, Check Call, Win!

Nivel 12 : 600/1,200, 200 ante

Chip leader Anthony Spinella raised to 2,300 from under the gun and was called by Moshin Charania from the big blind. The flop came {a-Spades}{8-Spades}{3-Clubs}, Charania checked, Spinella bet 3,500 and Charania called. The turn brought the {3-Diamonds} and again Charania check-called a bet of 8,700 from Spinella. The river was the {10-Clubs} and Charania once again opted to check-call Spinella's bet of 16,500.

Charania showed {a-Clubs}{8-Clubs} for two pair and Spinella mucked his hand.

Taguri: Anthony SpinellaMoshin Charania

Klein Eliminates Elias

Nivel 12 : 600/1,200, 200 ante

With the board reading {6-Clubs}{2-Diamonds}{2-Spades}, Geffrey Klein checked the action to Darren Elias who bet 3,700. Klein then raised to 7,500 and Elias called. The turn brought the {a-Diamonds} and Klein bet 12,000 which Elias called. The river was the {9-Diamonds} and Klein moved all in. Elias decided to call, putting his tournament life at risk, and when Klein showed the {7-Diamonds}{6-Diamonds} for a rivered flush, Elias mucked his hand and headed to the payout table.

Taguri: Darren EliasGeffrey Klein

Check Out the PokerNews Twitter Page for Even More Updates

Nivel 12 : 600/1,200, 200 ante

Hopefully all of our readers are enjoying PokerNews' coverage of the 2011 World Series of Poker. We're proud to be the official live reporting team again this year and it wouldn't be without all of your support. We'd just like to remind everyone that with such massive field sizes in many of these events, we're unable to track every single player in the chips counts as often as we'd like to.

Things on the tournament floor are constantly changing from hand to hand and we know you want every single piece of information you can handle. Many pros in all of these events update their Twitter account on the regular, so you might want to check out the PokerNews Twitter page to see what the players themselves are saying about their progress in the events.

Naquin Nabs a Double Up

Nivel 12 : 600/1,200, 200 ante

Jacob Naquin raised to 3,500 from the hijack and Paul Loh re-raised to 10,500 from the small blind. Naquin then pushed all in and Loh called.

Naquin: {k-Spades}{j-Clubs}
Loh: {8-Diamonds}{8-Clubs}

The board ran out {j-Spades}{9-Spades}{5-Diamonds}{2-Hearts}{9-Diamonds} and Naquin doubled his stack to 83,000 while Loh's stack dropped to around 97,500.

Taguri: Jacob NaquinPaul Loh

More Bustouts!

Nivel 12 : 600/1,200, 200 ante

Players have been dropping like flies ever since we hit the money here in the $1,500 No-Limit Hold'em / Six Handed.

Phuc Chau busted when he went all in preflop and his {J-Clubs}{9-Spades} lost to the {A-Hearts}{8-Hearts} of Clayton Newman on a {7-Spades}{A-Diamonds}{6-Clubs}{J-Diamonds}{7-Diamonds} board.

One of our overnight chip leaders, Anders Taylor, took out Tod Holley with {A-Spades}{K-Spades} vs. {Q-Diamonds}{J-Diamonds} on a board of {2-Spades}{2-Diamonds}{6-Clubs}{K-Diamonds}{6-Spades}. Taylor is up to 121,500.

Other players to have recently busted are Jeremy Maher, Johnny Woolen, Phillip Meulyzer and Kenichi Takarabe.

Taguri: and Gabriel AndradeAnders TaylorClayton NewmanJeremy MaherJohnny WoolenKenichi TakarabePhillip MeulyzerPhuc ChauTod Holley

"Of Course I'm Calling"

Nivel 12 : 600/1,200, 200 ante

With the board already showing {9-Spades}{8-Spades}{6-Diamonds}{a-Diamonds}, Kenichi Takarabe bet 11,000 and Nicholas Blumenthal called. The {6-Spades} hit on the river and Takarabe declared all in. Blumenthal snap-called and the hands were revealed.

Takarabe: {4-Hearts}{4-Diamonds}
Blumenthal: {10-Hearts}{7-Spades}

Takarabe seemed to be trying to pull a fast one on the river and was none too happy to find that Blumenthal had flopped a straight. Blumenthal said "Of course I'm calling there, but I didn't like the river." The river did pair the board but didn't help Takarabe, who was eliminated.

After the hand Blumenthal had a mountain of chips in front of him totaling around 195,000.

Taguri: Kenichi TakarabeNicholas Blumenthal

Pain for Blain

Nivel 12 : 600/1,200, 200 ante

2009 APPT Macau Main Event champion Dermot Blain has just been eliminated from the tournament only minutes before the break, courtesy of Paul Loh.

All the money was in the middle before the flop. Blain had shipped the last of his stack into the middle with {Q-}{9-}, but he failed to improve on the {2-}{3-}{4-}{8-}{2-} board. No luck of the Irish today.

Taguri: Dermot BlainPaul Loh