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2014 45th Annual World Series of PokerThe Official WSOP Live Updates

Saturday, July 5, 2014 to Monday, July 14, 2014

Event #65: No-Limit Hold'em Main Event - Winner to receive $10,000,000

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  • Buy-in: $10,000
  • Prizepool: $62,820,200
  • Entries: 6,683
  • Remaining: 9
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7/15/2014 1:06:23 AM PST (about 10 days and 15 hours ago)
 
The 2014 WSOP November Nine is Set; Newhouse Makes Back-to-Back Final Tables in Poker's Greatest Event
 

Mark Newhouse makes back-to-back Main Event final tables

After eight long days of poker in the Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino, the 2014 World Series of Poker Main Event established its official final table of nine.

Leading this year's November Nine is Jorryt van Hoof, the second Dutch player to ever reach the final table of the Main Event. Van Hoof bagged 38,375,000 chips thanks to two key knockouts in Level 33 — one of the players he eliminated was his fellow countryman, Oscar Kemps. Prior to the 2014 Main Event, van Hoof only had $358,580 in career live tournament earnings. Now he is guaranteed $730,725 and the favorite to capture the $10 million first-place prize.

Joining van Hoof at the final table will be Mark Newhouse, who has now made a return trip to the biggest final table in poker. Newhouse finished ninth in the 2013 Main Event for $733,224 after entering the final table last in chips, but this year he is in among the leaders with 26,000,000. The American is the first player to reach back-to-back Main Event final tables since "Action" Dan Harrington finished third and fourth respectively in the 2003 and 2004 Main Events.

In order to earn more money than Harrington did in those two years, Newhouse will have to finish in sixth place or higher.

Rounding out the 2014 November Nine are Felix Stephensen, Martin Jacobson, Dan Sindelar, William Pappaconstantinou, Bruno Politano, Andoni Larrabe, and William Tonking.

Day 7 of the 2014 WSOP Main Event began with 27 players, and Sean Dempsey was the first player to exit when Newhouse made a flush on the river against him. Brian Roberts (26th), Bryan Devonshire (25th), Kyle Keranen (24th), Yorane Kerignard (23rd), Iaron Lightbourne (22nd), and Leif Force (21st) followed him to the rail. Lightbourne was in great shape to double up with pocket queens aqainst Dan Sindelar's ace-queen, but Sindelar flopped an ace and the Brit couldn't find a one-outer or running straight cards.

The next player to exit was Dan Smith, who called a four-bet shove from van Hoof in Level 31, creating an 80-big blind pot. The two were flipping, Smith with ace-king of spades and van Hoof with pocket fours, and the wired pair held as the board produced but one paint card — the .

Online legend Scott "urnotindanger2" Palmer exited in 19th place, running pocket deuces into pocket aces, and he was followed out the door by Scott Mahin (18th), Andrey Zaichenko (17th), Eddy Sabat (16th), and Thomas Sarra Jr. (15th).

Sarra Jr. tried to get tricky, calling a raise from Newhouse then four-betting over a three-bet from Stephensen. The Norwegian moved all in, and Sarra Jr. called of his remaining 30 big blinds with king-queen. Stephensen had him dominated with ace-king of spades, and Sarra Jr.'s Main Event dreams were dashed by the turn.

The eliminations of Kemps (14th), Craig McCorkell (13th), Christopher Greaves (12th), and Maximilian Senft (11th) brought us to an unofficial final table of 10.

On the sixth hand at the unofficial final table, Tonking flopped the nuts against Jacobson, who had the nut flush draw. Jacobson failed to find a club on the turn or the river, and Tonking successfully doubled through. Eleven hands later, Larrabe was all in and at risk with pocket aces against the ace-king of Velador. There was a king in the window of the flop, but once again the best hand held up.

Velador suddenly found himself on the short stack, and moved all in on Hand #24 over a raise from Politano and a call from Newhouse. The action folded back to Newhouse, who tank-called with pocket fives, and he had Velador's pocket fours dominated. Velador failed to improve his hand, and when the final card was dealt the Amazon Room exploded into a chorus of songs and chants, The Brazilian contingent even fired off confetti cannons, spraying green and yellow bits of paper throughout the stands.

The 2014 World Series of Poker November Nine

SeatNameCountryChips
1William PappaconstantinouUSA17,500,000
2Felix StephensenNorway32,775,000
3Jorryt van HoofNetherlands38,375,000
4Mark NewhouseUSA26,000,000
5Andoni LarrabeSpain22,550,000
6William TonkingUSA15,050,000
7Dan SindelarUSA21,200,000
8Martin JacobsonSweden14,900,000
9Bruno PolitanoBrazil12,125,000

On behalf of PokerNews and the WSOP, we would like to thank everyone for following along all summer long. Bracelets were won, history was made, and now we are just four months away from crowning yet another Main Event champion — a champion that will win $10,000,000. For now, this is our final good night from Las Vegas for the summer, but we'll see you right back here in early November for the conclusion of the 2014 World Series of Poker Main Event!

7/15/2014 12:51:53 AM PST (about 10 days and 15 hours ago)
 
Luis Velador Eliminated in 10th Place ($565,193)
 

Luis Velador - 10th Place

Hand #23: William Pappaconstantinou raised to 900,000 in the hijack. Jorryt van Hoof made it 2.25 million on the button, chasing the blinds out, and Pappaconstantinou followed suit.

Hand #24: Bruno Politano raised to 900,000 in middle position, and Mark Newhouse called from the button. Luis Velador risked it all in the small blind for 6.15 million, and Politano thought for about two minutes before mucking. Newhouse took a bit of time as well before deciding to call.

Newhouse:
Velador:

Velador needed a four to avoid busting on the most disappointing bubble in poker. The flop: . The turn closed out chopping possibilities. The Brazilian crowd broke into song again as the dealer prepared to deliver the river card. It was the prettiest card in the deck: the , and Velador was done in by the bigger boat.

Luis Velador0-6,650,000
7/15/2014 12:39:27 AM PST (about 10 days and 15 hours ago)
 
Unofficial Final Table Hands #20-22: Van Hoof Raises Stephensen
 

Hand #20: Dan Sindelar popped it up to 900,000 from the hijack and he took down the blinds and antes.

Hand #21: Action folded to Felix Stephensen in the small blind and he completed. Jorryt van Hoof checked from the big blind and the two took a flop of . Stephensen fired 400,000 only to have van Hoof come over the top for 1.55 million. Stephensen tossed away his cards and van Hoof took down the pot.

Hand #22: Andoni Larrabe made it 850,000 to go from early position and it folded around to Mark Newhouse in the big blind. He called to see a flop.

The dealer fanned a monotone flop of on the felt. Newhouse checked to the raiser and Larrabe continued out for one million. Newhouse quickly mucked and Larrabe took the pot.

Jorryt van Hoof36,475,000950,000
Felix Stephensen32,870,000-1,355,000
Andoni Larrabe23,050,0001,400,000
Dan Sindelar21,300,000950,000
William Pappaconstantinou18,500,000-350,000
Mark Newhouse18,350,000-1,000,000
William Tonking15,150,000-150,000
Martin Jacobson15,000,000-150,000
Bruno Politano13,125,000-150,000
Luis Velador6,650,000-150,000
7/15/2014 12:33:01 AM PST (about 10 days and 15 hours ago)
 
Unofficial Final Table Hand #19: Tonking Shoves on Velador
 

Hand #19: Luis Velador opened for 1 million in middle position. William Tonking called in the hijack seat, and it was heads up to a flop. Velador's continuation-bet was 1.5 million, and Tonking shoved over it to put Velador's stack of about 7 million more at risk. Velador let it go.

Jorryt van Hoof35,525,000-50,000
Felix Stephensen34,225,000-50,000
Andoni Larrabe21,650,000-50,000
Dan Sindelar20,350,000-50,000
Mark Newhouse19,350,000-50,000
William Pappaconstantinou18,850,000-450,000
William Tonking15,300,0003,550,000
Martin Jacobson15,150,000-50,000
Bruno Politano13,275,000-250,000
Luis Velador6,800,000-2,550,000
7/15/2014 12:25:53 AM PST (about 10 days and 16 hours ago)
 
Play Resumes
 

The cards are now back in the air for the final 10 players.

SeatNameCountryChipsBig Blinds
1William PappaconstantinouUSA19,300,00048
2Felix StephensenNorway34,275,00086
3Jorryt van HoofNetherlands35,575,00089
4Mark NewhouseUSA19,400,00049
5Luis VeladorMexico9,350,00023
6Andoni LarrabeSpain21,700,00054
7William TonkingUSA11,750,00030
8Dan SindelarUSA20,400,00051
9Martin JacobsonSweden15,200,00038
10Bruno PolitanoBrazil13,525,00034
7/15/2014 12:25:50 AM PST (about 10 days and 16 hours ago)
 
Level 35 started
 
Level: 35 Blinds: 200000/400000 Ante: 50000
7/15/2014 12:05:24 AM PST (about 10 days and 16 hours ago)
 
Break Time; On the Bubble of the November Nine
 

Jorryt van Hoof

The final 10 players are heading on a 20-minute break.

Level 34 began with 13 players all looking to hang around long enough to reach the elusive November Nine, and on a near instant reaction to the resumption of play, Christopher Greaves found a double when his held up against Jorryt van Hoof's down on the secondary feature table. However up on the main stage, WSOP bracelet winner Craig McCorkell would play his last hand of the Main Event when he button-shoved and Mark Newhouse looked him up with . The final board would read and Newhouse's ace-high sent McCorkell to the rail for a $441,940 payday.

Now down to 12, chips would circle between players on each of their respective tables before Greaves would fall in 12th. Following a raise by Martin Jacobson and a three-bet by William Pappaconstantinou, Greaves moved all in holding and Pappaconstantinou would look him up with . Unfortunately for Greaves he could only spike a queen, and when the chips were counted, he was left with just three antes. On the following hand, Greaves saw the last of his chips enter the pot with and run into Jacobson's which made a pair of aces on the flop to bow out in 12th.

With Greaves now headed to the payout cage, Maximilian Senft would follow right behind him when he shoved all in holding and Newhouse called with . The board ran out to see the Austrian take 11th and leave the final 10 players to battle it out together until the November Nine is reached.

Van Hoof led the final 10 with an impressive 37,425,000 in chips and on the sixth hand of the unofficial final table, William Tonking would find a huge double through Jacobson. Jacobson limped under the gun holding and Tonking completed from the small blind with Dan Sindelar checking. Sindelar bet out on the flop and Jacobson raised before Tonking check-raised all in with Jacobson calling once Sindelar folded. With Tonking in the lead holding , the turn and river landed the and to see Tonking double through.

As the final few hands of the level played out, Andoni Larrabe found a much needed double holding against Luis Velador's . The board ran out and Larrabe doubled before the end-of-level chip counts were as follows:

Jorryt van Hoof35,575,000-45,000
Felix Stephensen34,275,000-45,000
Andoni Larrabe21,700,000-50,000
Dan Sindelar20,400,000-50,000
Mark Newhouse19,400,000-50,000
William Pappaconstantinou19,300,000-50,000
Martin Jacobson15,200,000-200,000
Bruno Politano13,525,000-345,000
William Tonking11,750,0001,500,000
Luis Velador9,350,000-650,000
7/15/2014 12:04:29 AM PST (about 10 days and 16 hours ago)
 
Unofficial Final Table Hand #18
 

Hand #18: Action folded to Luis Velador, who opened for 600,000 in middle position. William Tonking called in the cutoff, and the two saw a flop heads up. The Brazilian crowd broke into random song and were shushed. Velador ceded control of the pot to Tonking, who bet 750,000 and took it down.

7/15/2014 12:03:15 AM PST (about 10 days and 16 hours ago)
 
Unofficial Final Table Hands #16-17: Larrabe Doubles Through Velador
 

Luis Velador & Andoni Larrabe

Hand #16: Felix Stephensen raised to 650,000 from middle position and took down the blinds and antes.

Hand #17: Jorryt van Hoof popped it up to 800,000 from middle position and found a call from Luis Velador in the hijack. Andoni Larrabe three-bet shoved all in from the hijack for his last 10 million. Action folded back around to van Hoof who threw his hand into the muck. Velador asked for a count and then went into the tank for about two minutes before announcing a call.

Velador:
Larrabe:

Larrabe was in a dominating position heading to the flop with his pocket aces. The dealer fanned on the felt, pairing Velador's king but keeping Larrabe out in front. The paired the board on the turn, meaning Larrabe needed to dodge a king on the river in order to score the double.

The completed the board and Larrabe secured the double.

Jorryt van Hoof35,620,000-900,000
Felix Stephensen34,320,000850,000
Andoni Larrabe21,750,00011,650,000
Dan Sindelar20,450,000-600,000
Mark Newhouse19,450,000-100,000
William Pappaconstantinou19,350,000-100,000
Martin Jacobson15,400,000500,000
Bruno Politano13,870,000-150,000
William Tonking10,250,000-250,000
Luis Velador10,000,000-10,100,000
7/14/2014 11:57:31 PM PST (about 10 days and 16 hours ago)
 
Unofficial Final Table Hands #13-15
 

Hand #13: Cards were flicked into the muck until Felix Stephensen made it 650,000 in the cutoff. The players behind him wasted little time before folding.

Hand #14: Jorryt van Hoof took his turn opening from the cutoff, for 700,000. Mark Newhouse came along on the button, and both blinds got out of the way. The flop resulted in a bet of 1.05 million from van Hoof, and Newhouse again continued, seeing a fall. Van Hoof bet about the size of the pot, with 4.55 million. Newhouse folded right away.

Hand #15: Martin Jacobson opened for 650,000 from an early position, and nobody called.

Jorryt van Hoof36,520,0002,550,000
Felix Stephensen33,470,000800,000
Dan Sindelar21,050,000-100,000
Luis Velador20,100,000-600,000
Mark Newhouse19,550,000-2,050,000
William Pappaconstantinou19,450,000-150,000
Martin Jacobson14,900,000-100,000
Bruno Politano14,020,000-100,000
William Tonking10,500,000-450,000
Andoni Larrabe10,100,000-600,000
7/14/2014 11:50:45 PM PST (about 10 days and 16 hours ago)
 
Unofficial Final Table Hands #10-12: Pappaconstantinou Continues
 

Hand #10: Jorryt van Hoof was under the gun and opened with a raise to 700,000. Action folded over to Dan Sindelar who called from the cutoff. The rest of the table folded, leaving the two heads up to the flop.

The dealer fanned on the felt and van Hoof checked. Sindelar came out with a bet of 775,000, van Hoof folded, and Sindelar took down the pot.

Hand #11: Action folded to Felix Stephensen in the small blind. He completed and van Hoof checked the big blind. The flop came down and Stephensen checked. Van Hoof knuckled the table in reply, allowing the to pair the board on the turn. Two more checks occurred and the put two pair on the felt on the river. Both players checked again and the hands were exposed. Van Hoof showed and Stephensen tabled , meaning the two would chop the pot with two pair and jack high.

Hand #12: Martin Jacobson raised to 650,000 from middle position only to have William Pappaconstantinou three-bet the action to 1.425 million from the cutoff. The button and blinds got out of the way, putting the action back on Jacobson. He called to see a flop.

The flop fell and Jacobson quickly checked to the raiser. Pappaconstantinou continued out for 1.8 million and Jacobson sent his cards sailing into the muck. Pappaconstantinou pulled the pot and now has 19.6 million in chips.

Jorryt van Hoof33,970,000-750,000
Felix Stephensen32,670,000-200,000
Mark Newhouse21,600,000-450,000
Dan Sindelar21,150,0001,450,000
Luis Velador20,700,000-150,000
William Pappaconstantinou19,600,0002,080,000
Martin Jacobson15,000,000-1,620,000
Bruno Politano14,120,0002,300,000
William Tonking10,950,000-150,000
Andoni Larrabe10,700,000-150,000
7/14/2014 11:40:11 PM PST (about 10 days and 16 hours ago)
 
Unofficial Final Table Hands #7-9
 

Hand #7: Mark Newhouse raised to 600,000 from middle position. Dan Sindelar made it 1.85 million in the small blind, forcing Martin Jacobson to fold his big blind. Newhouse decided to see the flop, which came . Sindelar made a quick bet of 1.2 million, which Newhouse called, and a arrived on the turn. Sindelar's next barrel was 2.7 million, and Newhouse's cards were quickly into the muck.

Hand #8: Action folded to Sindelar, who raised to 700,000 on the button. Bruno Politano defended his big blind, and the flop came . Politano check-called 550,000 to see the turn. Two checks followed, and the hit the river. After two more checks, Politano took the pot with for queens and tens.

Hand #9: Luis Velador opened the action for 625,000 in middle position. Politano again called from the blinds, and William Pappaconstantinou did the same. Everyone checked the flop, and an arrived. This time, Politano came out betting with 750,000. Pappaconstantinou called, while Velador let it go. The river led to a 2 million bet from Politano. Someone said something in the Brazilian crowd and was quickly hushed. Pappaconstantinou slid his cards to the dealer.

Jorryt van Hoof34,720,000-150,000
Felix Stephensen32,870,000-150,000
Mark Newhouse22,050,000-3,200,000
Luis Velador20,850,000-770,000
Dan Sindelar19,700,0002,500,000
William Pappaconstantinou17,520,000-1,530,000
Martin Jacobson16,620,000-550,000
Bruno Politano11,820,0001,800,000
William Tonking11,100,000-150,000
Andoni Larrabe10,850,000-150,000
7/14/2014 11:31:51 PM PST (about 10 days and 16 hours ago)
 
Newhouse One Player Away from Back-to-Back November Nines
 

Mark Newhouse

Mark Newhouse is originally from Chapel Hill, North Carolina, but he now calls Los Angeles, California home. A former student at Appalachian State, Newhouse is now a professional poker player that is looking to become the first player to make the November Nine twice. What's more, he'd be doing it in consecutive years, becoming the first players since Dan Harrington to make back-to-back Main Event final tables.

Newhouse has been playing in the WSOP Main Event every year since 2006, but in his first five years all he managed was a 182nd in 2011 for $47,107. Then, in 2013, Newhouse managed to navigate a field of 6,352 players to find himself a part of the November Nine, albeit as the second shortest stack. Amazingly, Newhouse is among the final ten in the 2014 WSOP Main Event with enough chips to coast to the November Nine.

Newhouse first came to poker prominence when he earned over $1.5 million when he won the World Poker Tour Borgata Poker Open in September 2009, but admitted that he wasn't the smartest person with his money following the big win, as you can see from what he told PokerNews in a Where Are They Now? interview.

"I made a lot of very poor decisions over the next couple of years," Newhouse said. "Right now I am a totally different person than I was then, and I am on the right track. I'm sort of in a rebuilding mode. I have made nearly every mistake you can make in this business and learned from all of them. I am doing my best to do the right things these days and things are going pretty well for me now. The road to rebuilding is a much longer and slower one than the road of destruction, but with a healthy lifestyle, a hard work ethic, a little discipline, and the experience of past mistakes my goals don't seem all that far away."

With swagger and experience, Newhouse could very well rub some of the audience the wrong way, but the fact that he's performed as he has in back-to-back years will no doubt endear him to many fans.

As for his 2014 WSOP Main Event journey, Newhouse played Day 1c and actually finished with less than the starting stack. His 29,675 put him 1,656 out of the advancing 2,571 players. Things went much better for Newhouse on Day 2, which is when he increased his stack to 220,400, putting him in 139th place out of 1,864 players.

Newhouse nearly doubled his stack on Day 3, which gave him 423,400 — 131 of 746. On Day 4, Newhouse's stack jumped to 1.301 million, putting him in 27th place out of 291 players. Things really took off for Newhouse on Day 5, which is when he amassed a stack of 7.4 million, the most out of the remaining 79 players. Newhouse lost the chip lead on Day 6, but he still managed to finish in the top 27 with 6.82 million, which put him in 11th place.

Barring some bad luck, Newhouse should make history and become the first player to make a return appearance to the November Nine.

Here's a look as Newhouse's WSOP résumé prior to the 2014 Main Event:

Total WSOP & Circuit Earnings: $915,754

WSOP Bracelets: 0
WSOP Cashes: 8
WSOP Earnings: $906,093

Circuit Rings: 0
Circuit Cashes: 1
Circuit Earnings: $9,661

7/14/2014 11:28:07 PM PST (about 10 days and 17 hours ago)
 
Unofficial Final Table Hands #4-6: Tonking Doubles Through Jacobson
 

William Tonking doubles through Jacobson

Hand #4: Dan Sindelar raised to 750,000 from early position and it folded around to Mark Newhouse who called from the button. The two took a flop of and Sindelar came out swinging for 950,000. Newhouse called to see fourth street.

The turn was the and Sindelar slowed with a check. Newhouse rapped the table back and the finished off the board. Both players checked and Sindelar tabled for merely king-high. Newhouse rolled over to take down the pot.

Hand #5: Jorryt van Hoof opened to 700,000 from the hijack and Luis Velador tossed out a call from the button. Andoni Larrabe three-bet shoved for 8.85 million from the small blind, inducing folds from the big blind and both van Hoof and Velador.

Hand #6: Martin Jacobson limped from under the gun and it folded around to William Tonking who completed from the small blind. Sindelar checked from the big blind and the trio took a flop of . Tonking checked, Sindelar fired 500,000, and Jacobson came over the top with a raise to 1.75 million. Tonking announced a check-raise all in for 4.675 million. Sindelar folded and Jacobson called.

Jacobson:
Tonking:

Tonking led with a flopped straight but Jacobson was drawing live with four to a club flush and a nine for a chop. The fell on the turn, keeping Tonking ahead with his straight. The drilled the river, allowing Tonking's straight to hold and scoring him the double up to 11.25 million in chips.

Jorryt van Hoof34,870,000-850,000
Felix Stephensen33,020,000-150,000
Mark Newhouse25,250,0002,500,000
Luis Velador21,620,000-1,000,000
William Pappaconstantinou19,050,000-150,000
Dan Sindelar17,200,000-2,650,000
Martin Jacobson17,170,000-5,130,000
William Tonking11,250,0005,825,000
Andoni Larrabe11,000,0001,750,000
Bruno Politano10,020,000-150,000
7/14/2014 11:17:38 PM PST (about 10 days and 17 hours ago)
 
Unofficial Final Table Hands #1-3:
 

Hand #1: Andoni Larrabe raised to 600,000 from middle position. Jorryt Van Hoof defended his big blind, and the flop came . Van Hoof checked, and Larrabe bet 800,000. Van Hoof made the call, seeing the hit the felt on the turn. Another check from Van Hoof, and this time Larrabe fired 1.35 million. Van Hoof let his hand go.

Hand #2: William Pappaconstantinou raised to 700,000 in the cutoff. He was called by Felix Stephensen on the button and Mark Newhouse in the big blind. The three saw a flop of . Action checked through, and a paired the board. Newhouse came out with 1 million, and only Stephensen continued. The river brought the , and Newhouse checked. Stephensen thought briefly before making a small bet of 750,000. Newhouse mucked immediately.

Hand #3: William Tonking opened for a raise to 700,000 in early position. Pappaconstantinou three-bet to 1.5 million and took down the pot.

Jorryt van Hoof35,720,000-1,705,000
Felix Stephensen33,170,0002,745,000
Mark Newhouse22,750,000-2,000,000
Luis Velador22,620,000-455,000
Martin Jacobson22,300,000-150,000
Dan Sindelar19,850,000-150,000
William Pappaconstantinou19,200,000800,000
Bruno Politano10,170,000-155,000
Andoni Larrabe9,250,0001,900,000
William Tonking5,425,000-850,000
7/14/2014 11:04:02 PM PST (about 10 days and 17 hours ago)
 
Unofficial Final Table Chip Counts
 
Jorryt van Hoof37,425,0004,025,000
Felix Stephensen30,425,000-245,000
Mark Newhouse24,750,0005,530,000
Luis Velador23,075,000-545,000
Martin Jacobson22,450,000450,000
Dan Sindelar20,000,000-950,000
William Pappaconstantinou18,400,0006,800,000
Bruno Politano10,325,000-95,000
Andoni Larrabe7,350,000-1,050,000
William Tonking6,275,000-1,325,000
7/14/2014 10:47:52 PM PST (about 10 days and 17 hours ago)
 
The Unofficial Final Table of the 2014 World Series of Poker Main Event
 
SeatNameCountryChips
1William PappaconstantinouUSA18,400,000
2Felix StephensenNorway30,425,000
3Jorryt van HoofNetherlands37,425,000
4Mark NewhouseUSA24,750,000
5Luis VeladorMexico23,075,000
6Andoni LarrabeSpain7,350,000
7William TonkingUSA6,275,000
8Dan SindelarUSA20,000,000
9Martin JacobsonSweden22,450,000
10Bruno PolitanoBrazil10,325,000
7/14/2014 10:45:52 PM PST (about 10 days and 17 hours ago)
 
Maximilian Senft Eliminated in 11th Place ($565,193)
 

Maximillian Senft - 11th Place

Hand #104: Andoni Larrabe raised to 600,000 under the gun, and cards went into the muck in succession until Maximilian Senft shoved all in on the button for 3.625 million. The blinds folded, and Larrabe asked for a count, folding about two minutes later.

Hand #105: Mark Newhouse opened to 600,000 under the gun, and Senft made it two straight shoves. Newhouse called after everyone else folded.

Newhouse:
Senft:

The flop came , and Senft needed runner-runner to survive against Newhouse, who had yet another set. His chances ended on the turn. The was the meaningless river.

The players will now redraw for the unofficial final table.

Maximilian Senft0-3,675,000
7/14/2014 10:41:01 PM PST (about 10 days and 17 hours ago)
 
Secondary Table Hands #122-123
 

Hand #122: William Tonking opened to 700,000 from the button and took down the blinds and antes.

Hand #123: William Pappaconstantinou was under the gun and opened to 750,000. He took down the blinds and antes.

7/14/2014 10:39:58 PM PST (about 10 days and 17 hours ago)
 
Christopher Greaves Eliminated in 12th Place ($565,193)
 

Christopher Greaves is eliminated in 12th place

Hand #121 Martin Jacobson opened to 650,000 from under the gun and Christopher Greaves called all in for 100,000. Jorryt van Hoof called from the big blind, but on a flop, he check-folded to a 600,000-chip continuation-bet from Jacobson.

Jacobson:
Greaves:

With Greaves in terrible shape, the on the turn would see him drawing dead as the completed the board on the river.

7/14/2014 10:37:35 PM PST (about 10 days and 17 hours ago)
 
Secondary Table Hands #119-120: Pappaconstantinou Doubles, Greaves Crippled
 

Hand #119: From the button Martin Jacobson opened to 600,000 and won the blinds and antes.

Hand #120: Martin Jacobson opened to 650,000 and William Pappaconstantinou three-bet the button to 1,350,000. With the action on Christopher Greaves in the small blind, he moved all in for 8,450,000. Jacobson folded, and Pappaconstantinou quickly made the call for his 8,300,000 in chips.

Pappaconstantinou:
Greaves:

With Pappaconstantinou in the lead, the flop changed little before the landed on the turn to now give Greaves an additional two outs.

Fortunately for the at-risk Pappaconstantinou, the river landed the and he doubled to 17,850,000 as Greaves was left crippled with just 150,000 in chips.

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