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2013 44th Annual World Series of PokerThe Official WSOP Live Updates

Thursday, June 13, 2013 to Saturday, June 15, 2013

Event #24: No-Limit Hold'em

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  • Buy-in: $1,500
  • Prizepool: $2,336,850
  • Entries: 1,731
  • Remaining: 0
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6/16/2013 1:57:40 AM PST
 
Corey Harrison Wins Event #24 $1,500 No-Limit Hold'em!
 

Event 24 WSOP Gold Bracelet Winner Corey Harrison

At the start of the day, 17 players had a dream of being the next WSOP bracelet winner. After more than 12 hours of play, that dream was realized by Corey Harrison. Not only did he claim his first WSOP, but he also walked away with a nice chunk of cash: $432,411 to be exact.

Even though the average stack coming back was around 30 big blinds, it took us less than an hour and a half to make it to the official final table. On the way there, we lost Travell Thomas (15th), Jacob Schinlder (13th), and Arshin Gamini (12th).

It only took us 18 hands to lose our first player, and it was Robert Brewer. He got it in with tens against the King-Queen of Mohsin Charania, and while he survived the flop, a queen on the turn sealed his fate.

From there, we played for nearly three more hours before Gareth Teatum in 8th place. It was once again Charania who played executioner, after he woke up with against the of Teatum, who earned just over $40,000 for his efforts.

From there, the two big notables at the final table busted. The first to go was former EPT champion Zimnan Ziyard, who busted when his could not crack the of Salvatore Dicarlo. Not long after, Charania suffered a brutal beat from Dicarlo , after his flopped two pair was cracked by river trips. Not long after, Charania fell in 6th place, when Cascado's bested the after Cascado flopped a queen.

On one of the last hands before the dinner break, Gregory Josifovski busted in 5th place. Josifovski held against the of Corey Harrison. Josifovski flopped and turned a boat load of outs , but he was never able to catch up to Harrison. He took home just under $100,000 for his efforts.

There were four players left coming back from dinner, and Paul Spitzberg was the first of the four eliminated. Spitzberg check raised on a flop of , then called off the rest of his stack after Cascado shoved. Spitzberg's was well behind the of Cascado, and he wasn't able to catch up, busting in 4th.

Three handed play lasted 90 minutes, with Harrison and Dicarlo both doubling up at some point. Eventually, we lost Dicarlo in 3rd place. He open shoved with , and was behind the of Harrison. The board ran out , and Dicarlo bowed out short of heads up play.

Harrison and Cascado battled heads up for nearly two hours, with both players holding big chip leads at some point. Cascado got short, then doubled up, but busted on the next hand. He moved all in preflop holding , and Harrison called with . The flop was a beauty for Harrison, coming . Harrison had to fade two outs, and he was able to do that, as the board completed and .

Congratulations again to Corey Harrison for winning his first WSOP bracelet! Thanks as always for tuning in, and we will see you at the next final table!

PlacePlayerPrice
1Corey Harrison$432,411
2Daniel Cascado$267,452
3Salvatore Dicarlo$184,914
4Paul Spitzberg$133,364
5Gregory Josifovski$97,493
6Mohsin Charania$72,208
7Zimnan Ziyard$54,191
8Gareth Teatum$41,198
9Robert Brewer$31,711
6/16/2013 1:50:43 AM PST
 
Daniel Cascado Eliminated in 2nd Place ($267,452)
 

Heads Up: Daniel Cascado & Corey Harrison

Hand #211: Harrison opened to 250,000 from the button. Cascado moved all in from the big blind. Harrison called.

Harrison
Cascado:

The flop came down giving a huge lead to Harrison with top pair and a flush draw, but Cascado could still catch up with a queen for a straight. The turn was the keeping a queen live to Cascado. The river was the though, giving Harrison two pair and the win.

Cascado didn't go home empty handed though, his second place finish was good for $267,452.

6/16/2013 1:46:29 AM PST
 
Hands #207 Cascado Gets Short, Then Doubles
 

Hand #207- Corey Harrison limped in, and Daniel Cascado checked his option. The flop came down , and Cascado fired out 135,000. Harrison raised it up to 350,000, and Cascado folded.

Hand #208- Cascado made it 250,000 on the button, and Harrison moved all in, causing Cascado to fold.

Hand #209- Harrison moved all in, and Cascado folded.

Hand #210- Cascado moved all in for 1.39 million , and Harrison made the call.

Cascado:
Harrison:

Cascado grabbed the lead when the flop came down , pairing his five. Cascado was looking to fade a king or a ten to survive, and he did that, as the board completed and . Cascado doubled up to 2.82 million, and is back in this match.

Corey Harrison4,900,000-1,000,000
Daniel Cascado2,820,0001,020,000
6/16/2013 1:39:13 AM PST
 
Unofficial Chip Counts
 
Corey Harrison5,900,0001,500,000
Daniel Cascado1,800,000-1,500,000
6/16/2013 1:36:30 AM PST
 
Harrison Extending Chip Lead
 

Hand #204: Harrison received a walk in the big blind.

Hand #205: Harrison raised to 250,000 on the button. From the big blind Cascado reraised to 595,000. Harrison grabbed a stack of green T25,000 chips and reraised to 1,400,000. Cascado quickly gave up his hand.

Hand #206: Cascado raised to 250,000 from the button. Harrison just called from the big blind. On the flop, both players checked to the turn. Harrison led out with a bet of 300,000 chips. Cascado just called. The river was the and Harrison continued with a bet of 450,000. And Cascado folded.

6/16/2013 1:28:20 AM PST
 
Hands #199-203
 

Hand #199- Corey Harrison made it 240,000, and Daniel Cascado folded.

Hand #200- Cascado made it 250,000, and Harrison folded in the big blind.

Hand #201- Harrison folded, giving Cascado a walk.

Hand #202- Cascado raised to 250,000 on the button, and Harrison folded.

Hand #203- Harrison made it 250,000 from the button, and Cascado reraised to 620,000. Harrison folded, and Cascado took down the pot.

6/16/2013 1:22:04 AM PST
 
Harrison Flushes out Cascado
 

Hand #196: Cascado opened to 240,000 from the button. Harrison called from the big blind. On the flop Harrison led out with a bet of 250,000. Cascado called. The turn was the . On that turn Harrison continued with a bet of 450,000. Cascado just called. On the river Harrison slowed down with a check. Cascado checked behind. Harrison showed for a flush and Cascado mucked his hand.

Hand #197: Harrison raised to 250,000 from the button. Cascado called. Both players checked on the flop. The turn was the and Cascado put out a bet of 285,000. Harrison folded and the pot was pushed to Cascado.

Hand #198: Cascado limped on the button and Harrison checked his option. On the flop of Harrison led with a bet of 150,000. Cascado called. The turn was the and Harrison continued with a bet of 275,000. Cascado grabbed a stack of chips and reraised to 675,000 total. Harrison grabbed some chips of his own and reraise to 1,125,000. Cascado folded and Harrison was pushed the pot.

Corey Harrison4,900,0002,800,000
Daniel Cascado2,800,000-2,800,000
6/16/2013 1:09:24 AM PST
 
Hands #192-196
 

Hand #192- Daniel Cascado raised it up to 240,000, and Corey Harrison reraised it to 600,000. Cascado folded, and Harrison took down the pot.

Hand #193- Harrison limped in, and Cascado raised it up to 350,000. Harrison made the call, and the flop came down . Cascado fired out 315,000, and Harrison kicked his hand in.

Hand #194- Cascado raised it up to 240,000, and Harrison made the call. The flop came down , and both players checked. The hit the turn, and Harrison fired out 250,000. Cascado folded, and Harrison took down the hand.

Hand #195- Harrison made it 250,000 from the button, and Cascado folded, giving the pot to Harrison.

6/16/2013 12:59:56 AM PST
 
Button Limps From Both Players
 

Hand #189: Harrison raised to 240,000 from the button and Cascado called from the big blind. The flop came and both players checked. The turn was the and Cascado checked to Harrison who bet 220,000. Cascado folded and Harrison scooped the pot.

Hand #190: Cascado limped in on the button. Harrison checked his option. On the flop, Harrison checked to Cascado who bet 125,000. Harrison raised to 350,000 and Cascado folded.

Hand #191: Harrison limped in on the button. Cascado checked. The flop came down and Cascado checked to Harrison who put out a bet of 125,000. Cascado called. On the turn Cascado checked again. Harrison bet 160,000 and Cascado called. The river was the and both players checked. Harrison showed and it was good enough to scoop the pot.

6/16/2013 12:53:02 AM PST
 
Level 31 started
 
Level: 31 Blinds: 60000/120000 Ante: 15000
6/16/2013 12:52:06 AM PST
 
Last Hand Before Level Up
 

Hand #188: Cascado raised to 200,000 from the button and Harrison called. On the flop, Harrison checked to Cascado who made a bet and won the pot when Harrison folded.

6/16/2013 12:51:54 AM PST
 
Hands #186 and 187 Cascado Pulls Huge Bluff
 

Hand #186- Daniel Cascado made it 200,000 to go, and Corey Harrison defended his big blind. The flop came down , and Harrison checked to Cascado, who fired out 185,000. Harrison folded.

Hand #187- Harrison made it 220,000, and Cascado reraised it to 525,000. Harrison called, and there was already over a million chips in the middle as the dealer put a flop out. Cascado bet out 385,000, and Harrison raised it up to 850,000. It was back to Cascado, and after 30 seconds of thought, he pulled his chips back. Eventually, he reraised it to 1.435 million. Harrison thought for just a few moments before kicking it in, and Cascado tabled for six high to take a huge lead in heads up play.

Daniel Cascado5,600,0001,700,000
Corey Harrison2,100,000-1,670,000
6/16/2013 12:44:19 AM PST
 
Harrison Closing the Gap
 

Hand #183: Harrison opened the pot with a raise to 220,000. Cascado called. The flop came down and Cascado checked. Harrison grabbed 200,000 and reached over the table to put them in the pot. Cascado called. The turn was the and both players checked. The river was the and Cascado checked to Harrison who bet 400,000. Cascado folded and Harrison was awarded the pot.

Hand #184: Unknown action.

Hand #185: Harrison raised to 220,00 and Cascado folded from the big blind.

Daniel Cascado3,900,000-170,000
Corey Harrison3,770,000170,000
6/16/2013 12:34:56 AM PST
 
Hands 178-182
 

Hand #178- Daniel Cascado raised it to 200,000 from the button, and and Corey Harrison three bet it to 450,000. Cascado folded, and Harrison took down another.

Hand #179- Harrison made it 220,000 from the button, and Cascado called. The flop came down , and both players checked. The turn was the , and after Cascado checked, Harrison bet out 220,000. Cascado called, and the river was the . Cascado checked again, as did Harrison, and Cascado won the pot with .

Hand #180- Cascado made it 200,000, and Harrison folded.

Hand #181- Harrison made it 220,000 to go, and Cascado folded his big blind.

Hand #182- Cascado raised to 200,000, and Harrison folded, giving the pot to Cascado.

6/16/2013 12:30:04 AM PST
 
First Three Bet Heads Up, Stacks Evening
 

Hand #174: Daniel Cascado raised to 200,000 from the button. Harrison called from the big blind. On the flop, both players checked. The turn was the and Harrison led with 175,000. Cascado folded and Harrison won the pot.

Hand #175: Harrison raised to 220,000 from the button and Cascado folded.

Hand #176: Cascado raised to 200,000 from the button. From the big blind Harrison reraised to 450,000. Cascado folded and Harrison scooped the pot.

Hand #177: Harrison limped in on the button. Cascado raised to 290,000 from the big blind. Harrison called in position. The flop came down and Cascado led with a bet of 265,000. Harrison bumped it up with a reraise to 600,000 total. Cascado folded and Harrison took down the pot.

Daniel Cascado4,300,000-900,000
Corey Harrison3,370,000900,000
6/16/2013 12:20:03 AM PST
 
Hands #170-173
 

Hand #170 Daniel Cascado limped in from the button, and Corey Harrison checked his option. The flop came , and Harrison checked to Cascado, who fired out 105,000. Harrison folded, and Cascado took it down.

Hand #171- Harrison raised to 220,000, and Cascado made the call. The flop ran down , and Cascado checked to Harrison, who bet out 220,000. Cascado called, and the turn was the . Both players checked, and the river was the . Cascado checked, and Harrison fired 260,000 into the middle. Cascado folded, and Harrison took down the pot.

Hand #172- Cascado raised it up to 200,000, and Harrison folded his big blind.

Hand #173- Harrison made the call from the button, and Cascado checked his option. The flop came , and Cascada fired out 105,000. Harrison called, and the hit the turn. Cascado fired out again, this time for 225,000, and Harrison kicked his hand in.

Daniel Cascado5,200,000300,000
Corey Harrison2,470,000-300,000
6/16/2013 12:12:00 AM PST
 
Big Chop Pot
 

Hand #165: Harrison raised to 220,000 from the button and Cascado folded.

Hand #166: Cascado raised to 200,000 from the button and Harrison folded.

Hand #167: Harrison limped in on the button. Cascado checked his option. On the flop, Cascado checked to Harrison who bet. Cascado folded and Harrison won the pot.

Hand #168: From the button Cascado raised to 200,000 and Harrison folded.

Hand #169: Harrison opened the pot to 220,000 from the button. Cascado made the call from the big blind. Both players checked on the flop. The turn was the and Cascado led for 220,000. Harrison called. The river was the and both players checked. Cascado and Harrison chopped the pot with both players holding

6/16/2013 12:05:22 AM PST
 
Hands #162-164 Cascado Starting Out Well
 

Hand 162- Daniel Cascado made it 240,000, and he took the blinds and antes.

Hand 163- Corey Harrison raised it up to 220,000, and Cascado called. The flop came , and Cascado checked to Harrison, who bet out 220,000. Cascado called, and the turn was the , and both players checked. The hit the river, and Cascado bet out 160,000. Harrison called, and Cascado showed for the rivered nuts.

Hand 164- Cascado made it 200,000 to go, and Harrison made the call. The flop was , and both players checked. The hit the turn, and Harrison fired out 165,000. Cascado called, and the river was the . Harrison checked, and Cascado checked as well. Cascado showed for two pair, and he took another one.

Daniel Cascado4,900,000550,000
Corey Harrison2,770,000-550,000
6/15/2013 11:57:16 PM PST
 
Salvatore Dicarlo Eliminated in 3rd Place ($184,914)
 

Salvatore Dicarlo

Hand #160: Corey Harrison opened to 220,000 from the button he took down the blinds and antes when both players folded.

Hand #161: From the small blind Salvatore Dicarlo moved all in. Harrison asked for a count from the big blind, then made the call. Dicarlo was holding while Harrison was ahead with .

The flop gave Dicarlo a gutshot straight draw, but it also solidified Harrison's lead with a pair of sixes. The turn was the and was no help to Dicarlo. The river sealed the deal and that was all she wrote for Dicarlo. He was eliminated from the tournament in third place, but still collected a hefty payday for his efforts here in Event #24.

6/15/2013 11:50:35 PM PST
 
Level 30 started
 
Level: 30 Blinds: 50000/100000 Ante: 10000
6/15/2013 11:50:02 PM PST
 
Chippies at the Break
 
Daniel Cascado4,350,000250,000
Corey Harrison2,320,000-80,000
Salvatore Dicarlo1,000,00025,000
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