2013 World Series of Poker

Event #56: $2,500 No-Limit Hold'em
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Event Info

2013 World Series of Poker

Rezultate finale
Mâna câştigătoare
Event Info
Informaţii Nivel
60,000 / 120,000

Andrey Pateychuk Eliminated in 27th Place ($21,326)

Nivel 21 : 5,000/10,000, 1,000 ante

We were in the process of documenting the seat draw when we noticed some action on table #443. It folded around to Andrey Pateychuk on the button who moved all in for his final 115,000. Sergey Lebedev, in the small blind, woke up with a hand and called.

Pateychuk: {3-Diamonds}{3-Spades}
Lebedev: {a-Diamonds}{q-Spades}

The flop found a little something for everyone when it came {2-Diamonds}{a-Clubs}{3-Hearts} but it kept Pateychuk in the lead. The {q-Diamonds} turn gave Pateychuk a reason to groan and someone said "it's never easy". And easy it wasn't, as the {q-Clubs} came on the river to give Lebedev a better full house and eliminating Pateychuk in 27th place.

Taguri: Andrey PateychukSergey Lebedev

Dovzhenko Doubles Through Arieh

Nivel 21 : 5,000/10,000, 1,000 ante

Alex Dovzhenko bet 52,000 after Josh Arieh checked to him on a board of {6-Clubs}{4-Clubs}{k-Clubs}{q-Spades}. Arieh pushed all in, and Dovzhenko called.

Arieh: {a-Clubs}{8-Diamonds}
Dovzhenko: {k-Hearts}{q-Hearts}

Arieh had been caught semi-bluffing, and he needed a club to eliminate his opponent. The river was the {9-Hearts} though, and Dovzhenko doubled up.

Jucător Fise Progres
Alex Dovzhenko ua
Alex Dovzhenko
850,000 766,400
Josh Arieh us
Josh Arieh
500,000 -280,000
WSOP 6X Winner

Jack Salter Eliminated in 24th Place ($21,326)

Nivel 21 : 5,000/10,000, 1,000 ante

Jack Salter and Vincent Maglio had all the chips in the middle preflop, however it was Salter at risk.

Salter: {a-}{k-}
Maglio: {k-Diamonds}{k-Spades}

Salter would need to see some improvement to his hand but it wouldn't materialize on the [7c3h6h108d] board. Salter left the tournament in 24th place.

Jucător Fise Progres
Jack Salter gb
Jack Salter

Taguri: Jack SalterVincent Maglio

Final Day 2 Counts (complet)

Nivel 21 : 5,000/10,000, 1,000 ante
Jucător Fise Progres
OJ Ojiri
OJ Ojiri
1,510,000 10,000
Rahul Raju Byrraju
Rahul Raju Byrraju
1,190,000 580,000
Vincent Maglio
Vincent Maglio
884,000 484,000
Eric Kurtzman us
Eric Kurtzman
832,000 282,000
Mark Golub ca
Mark Golub
805,000 180,000
Sebastien Comel fr
Sebastien Comel
781,000 65,000
Nicolas Levi fr
Nicolas Levi
762,000 -28,000
Alex Dovzhenko ua
Alex Dovzhenko
727,000 -123,000
Sergey Lebedev ru
Sergey Lebedev
638,000 547,800
Fabian Deimann
Fabian Deimann
622,000 227,000
Nicolas Faure fr
Nicolas Faure
620,000 554,200
Kirill Rabtsov
Kirill Rabtsov
609,000 564,700
Ricardo Fasanaro br
Ricardo Fasanaro
Josh Arieh us
Josh Arieh
517,000 17,000
WSOP 6X Winner
John Scaife
John Scaife
360,000 125,000
Chris Karambinis us
Chris Karambinis
300,000 30,000
Owen Crowe ca
Owen Crowe
300,000 -90,000
Joseph Ward
Joseph Ward
290,000 -100,000
Mario Silvestri us
Mario Silvestri
269,000 204,000
Alan Bertenshaw
Alan Bertenshaw
Dan Owen us
Dan Owen
200,000 121,100
Nikolaus Teichert de
Nikolaus Teichert
167,000 110,200
WSOP 1X Winner
Jonathan Tamayo us
Jonathan Tamayo
100,000 -48,000

Citeşte tot

Ojiri leads; Arieh Healthy

Nivel 21 : 5,000/10,000, 1,000 ante
OJ Ojiri, Day 2 Chip Leader
OJ Ojiri, Day 2 Chip Leader

After 10 levels of play, Day 2 has come to an end for Event #56: $2,500 No-Limit Hold'em. OJ Ojiri holds the chip lead with 1,510,000 followed by Rahul Raju Byrraju with 1,190,000. A few other notables still in the field are Nicolas Levi (762,000), Josh Arieh (517,000) and Jonathan Tamayo (100,000).

The day began with 243 players all vying for a spot in the top 198, because that was the magic number to secure a payday. It took about one hour into the day before the money was reached. Following that milestone, a flurry of bustouts ensued including such notables as Lee Childs (190th), Erik Seidel (170th), Dan Smith (161th), David Peters (114th), Pius Heinz (112th), Marc-Andre Ladouceur (64th), Matt Stout (52nd), Jesse Sylvia (35th) and Matt Marafioti (30th).

Tomorrow the final 23 players return to the Blue Section of the Amazon Room with their eyes on the first-place prize of $730,756 and the coveted World Series of Poker gold bracelet. Stay with PokerNews as we continue to bring live reports from the tournament floor and hand-for-hand coverage of the final table. See you tomorrow.

Taguri: Dan SmithDavid PetersErik SeidelJesse SylviaJonathan TamayoJosh AriehLee ChildsMarc LadouceurMatt MarafiotiMatt StoutNicolas LeviOJ OjiriPius HeinzRahul Byrraju

Event #56: $2,500 No-Limit Hold'em

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