2014 World Series of Poker

Event #15: $3,000 Six-Handed No-Limit Hold'em
Zilele: 3
Event Info

2014 World Series of Poker

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

Hellmuth to Make Another Run at 14th Bracelet in Event #15

Phil Hellmuth
Phil Hellmuth

Earlier this week, Phil Hellmuth was denied his 14th bracelet when he finished runner-up to Ted Forrest in Event #7: $1,500 Seven-Card Razz. It was a heart-breaking defeat for the "Poker Brat," but he didn't stay down long as he's making yet another run at gold here in the 2014 World Series of Poker Event #15: $3,000 Six-Handed No-Limit Hold’em.

Two days ago this tournament began with 810 players, but now just 15 remain with Heinz Kamutzki leading the way with 841,000. However, if he hopes to capture the $508,640 first-place prize he'll need to overcome some stiff competition. Of course there is Hellmuth, who is currently sixth in chips with 491,000, but also Davidi Kitai (815,000), Pratyush Buddiga (760,000), Gordon Vayo (483,000), Ryan Olisar (444,000), Vladimir Geshkenbein (178,000), and Tony Ruberto (98,000).

Coincidentally, today California Chrome will be going for horse racing's Triple Crown at the Belmont Stakes (the last was way back in 1978), and one of poker's few Triple Crown winners (WSOP bracelet, World Poker Tour title, and European Poker Tour title) is still in the field. We're spreaking of Kitai, who woke up with pocket kings in the last hand of Day 2 to eliminate Jake Toole in 16th place and cripple Ruberto.

Here's how things stack up at the start of Day 3:

TableSeatPlayerChip Count
4451Heinz Kamutzki841,000
4452Ryan Olisar444,000
4453Gordon Vayo439,000
4454John Andress699,000
4456Alen Bilic105,000
4441Vladimir Geshkenbein478,000
4443Mark Darner538,000
4444Zachary Korik221,000
4445Phil Hellmuth491,000
4446Gabriel Andrade439,000
4401Davidi Kitai815,000
4402Pratyush Buddiga760,000
4404Tony Ruberto98,000
4405Bill Burford454,000
4406Artem Metalidi448,000

Day 3 action will see the remaining 15 players return at 1 p.m., which is about an hour from now. Of course the PokerNews Live Reporting Team will be on hand to bring you all the updates, so stay tuned.

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