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2014 45th Annual World Series of Poker The Official WSOP Live Updates

Saturday, June 14, 2014 to Monday, June 16, 2014

Event #32: $10,000 No-Limit Hold'em 6-Handed Championship

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  • Buy-in: $10,000
  • Prizepool: $2,481,600
  • Entries: 264
  • Remaining: 0
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EVENT UPDATES

06/16/14 11:26:47 PM PST
 
Joe Cada Wins Event #32: $10,000 Six-Handed No-Limit Hold'em Championship ($670,041)
 

Event 32 Champion Joe Cada

When Joe Cada won the 2009 World Series of Poker Main Event, he was the target of criticism. The young kid from Detroit was dragged through the mud for "running like god" on the biggest stage in poker, but in the last decade, few Main Event champions have put up WSOP results at the Rio like Cada has.

The '09 champ fell just short of winning his second bracelet in 2012, finishing runner-up to Carter Phillips, and he finished in fourth place twice in 2013. Cada couldn't be held back any longer, and on Monday he topped a very impressive final table to win Event #32: $10,000 Six-Handed No-Limit Hold'em Championship, his second gold bracelet, and $670,041.

Since Carlos Mortensen, Cada becomes the most recent Main Event champion to win a bracelet after winning the biggest tournament in poker. Joe Hachem is the only other champion to get to heads-up play — the Aussie lost to Dutch Boyd in a $2,500 six-handed event in 2006.

Cada is the 10th previous bracelet winner to win at the 2014 WSOP, and he defeated a fellow bracelet winner heads up; Jeremy Ausmus. Ausmus, who won a pot-limit Omaha event at the 2013 World Series of Poker Europe, earned $414,104 for his second-place finish. Ausmus and Cada flipped for 93% of the chips in play on Hand #107, and Cada's pocket eights held against Ausmus' ace-jack suited. Ausmus was able to find a small double up not too long after, but on the final hand he ran pocket jacks into Cada's pocket queens.

Max Silver, JC Tran, Erick Lindgren, and Dario Sammartino also reached this stacked, and very swingy final table. Silver and Sammartino were the only non-bracelet winners, and they exited in third and sixth places, respectively. Silver, who entered the day as the chip leader, tried a hero call with second pair against Cada's top pair during four-handed play, then moved all in out of the small blind with ten-high. Cada called with an ace, and held.

In a bit of foreshadowing, Sammartino exited with jacks against the pocket queens of Ausmus.

Lindgren, who won the $5,000 buy-in variant of this event in 2013, took the chip lead with two tables remaining, but couldn't get anything going at the final table. Like Silver, he jammed in a blind-versus-blind scenario with ten-high, and it was Silver who called with king-high. The Brit's hand held up, and Lindgren left the stage.

Tran floated with an average-to-below-average stack throughout Day 3, and busted in fourth place in a flip with ace-queen against Ausmus' pocket jacks.

The day began with 13 players, and the players who fell before the final table were Layne Flack, Lee Markholt, Scott Clements, Hiren "Sunny" Patel, George Danzer, Kyle White, and Martin Jacobson. Patel five-bet shoved with ace-jack and was called by Ausmus, who turned over ace-king. There was a jack in the window of the flop, but it was followed by a king, and Patel failed to improve on the turn or the river. Jacobson reached the feature stage, making the unofficial final table of seven, but he was unable to run up his short stack before being busted by Sammartino holding a weak ace against the Italian's pocket tens.

That does it for our coverage of Event #32: $10,000 Six-Handed No-Limit Hold'em Championship. PokerNews will be on hand to cover all of the events here at the 45th Annual World Series of Poker, so be sure to keep your browser right here.

Until then, good night from Las Vegas!

06/16/14 10:46:52 PM PST
 
Jeremy Ausmus Eliminated in 2nd Place ($414,104)
 

Jeremy Ausmus - 2nd Place

Hand #112: Jeremy Ausmus min-raised to 120,000 on the button, Joe Cada three-bet to 300,000, and Ausmus moved all in. Cada snap-called.

Cada:   
Ausmus:   

Ausmus was dominated, but the     flop gave him a backdoor flush draw. The   on the turn left Ausmus with only two outs to survive, and it wasn't to be as the   bricked off on the river.

Ausmus, who has appeared at WSOP final tables in Las Vegas, New Orleans, Australia, and Europe, was eliminated in second place, earning $414,104.

Joe Cada7,920,0001,520,000
Jeremy Ausmus0-1,440,000
06/16/14 10:42:43 PM PST
 
Hands #108-111: Double Up For Ausmus
 

Hand #108: Jeremy Ausmus moved all in and Joe Cada folded.

Hand #109: Ausmus received a walk in the big blind.

Hand #110: Ausmus moved all in and Cada folded.

Hand #111: Cada raised and Ausmus moved all in for 715,000.

Cada:   
Ausmus:   

The board ran out       and Ausmus doubled up.

Joe Cada6,400,000-980,000
Jeremy Ausmus1,440,000890,000
06/16/14 10:41:28 PM PST
 
Hand #107: Massive Double for Cada
 

Joe Cada

Hand #107: Joe Cada raised to 125,000 on the button, Jeremy Ausmus three-bet to 375,000, and Cada four-bet to 950,000. Ausmus moved all in for effectively 3.685 million, and Cada quickly called.

Cada:   
Ausmus:   

The two were racing for 93% of the chips in play, and the 2009 WSOP Main Event champ remained ahead on a flop of    . The turn was the  , the ultimate sweat card, and the Mothership burst into a chorus of "ooooh's" and "aaaaah's."

Ausmus could lock up his second bracelet with an ace, jack, king, or diamond on the river, but it was not to be as the   completed the board.

Cada doubled to 7.38 million chips, while Ausmus only has 550,000.

Joe Cada7,380,0003,550,000
Jeremy Ausmus550,000-3,550,000
06/16/14 10:34:55 PM PST
 
Chip Count Update
 
Jeremy Ausmus4,000,000-75,000
Joe Cada3,900,00075,000
06/16/14 10:32:43 PM PST
 
Hands #102-106: Cada Chips Up
 

Hand #102: Jeremy Ausmus raised to 125,000 and Joe Cada called. The flop brought out     and Cada check-called 125,000. On the turn the   hit and both players checked. The river was the   and both players checked. The pot was chopped.

Hand #103: Cada raised to 125,000 and Ausmus folded.

Hand #104: Ausmus called from the button and Cada checked. The flop brought out     and Ausmus bet 60,000, Cada called. On the turn the   hit and both players checked. The river was the   Cada bet 100,000, which got Ausmus to fold his hand.

Hand #105: Cada raised to 125,000 and Ausmus called. The flop was     and both players checked. The turn was the   and both players checked. The river was the   and again the action was checked. Cada showed    and he raked in this pot.

Hand #106: The flop brought     and Cada check-called 130,000. On the turn the   popped up and Ausmus bet 275,000 after Cada had checked again. Cada called again and the river was the  . Cada checked and both players checked. Cada showed    and that was enough to take down the pot.

06/16/14 10:24:41 PM PST
 
Counts
 
Jeremy Ausmus4,075,000-115,000
Joe Cada3,825,000115,000
06/16/14 10:23:02 PM PST
 
Level 28 started
 
Level: 28 Blinds: 30000/60000 Ante: 10000
06/16/14 10:22:03 PM PST
 
Hand #96-101: Ausmus Wins the Only Showdown
 

Jeremy Ausmus

Hand #96: Jeremy Ausmus raised to 125,000 on the button, and Joe Cada folded.

Hand #97: Ausmus received a walk.

Hand #98: Ausmus raised to 125,000, Cada three-bet to 400,000, and Ausmus folded.

Hand #99: Cada raised to 110,000 on the button, and Ausmus folded.

Hand #100: Ausmus raised to 125,000, Cada called, and the dealer fanned    . Both players checked. The turn was the  , Cada led out for 125,000, and Ausmus called. The   completed the board, Cada checked, and Ausmus checked behind. Cada showed   , but it was no good against Ausmus'   .

Hand #101: Cada raised to 110,000, winning the blinds and antes.

06/16/14 10:15:43 PM PST
 
Hands #91-95: Three-Betting Action
 

Hand #91: Joe Cada raised to 110,000 and Jeremy Ausmus three-bet to 325,000 to take down this pot.

Hand #92: Ausmus raised to 125,000 and Cada called. The flop brought     and Cada check-called 130,000. The turn was the   and Cada checked again. Ausmus checked behind and the river was the  . Cada bet 325,000 and Ausmus folded his cards.

Hand #93: Cada raised to 110,000 and Ausmus three-bet to 325,000, which awarded him the pot.

Hand #94: Ausmus raised to 125,000 and Cada three-bet to 400,000. Ausmus quickly folded and Cada picked up this pot.

Hand #95: Cada raised to 110,000 and Ausmus folded.

06/16/14 10:10:15 PM PST
 
Hand #86-90: Ausmus Limps on the Button
 

Hand #86: Jeremy Ausmus won the pot with a raise to 125,000.

Hand #87: Joe Cada raised to 110,000 with the button, Ausmus defended and the flop fell    . Ausmus checked, Cada bet another 110,000 and Ausmus called. The turn was a repeat four - the   - and Ausmus opted to lead out, pushing forward 250,000. Cada folded.

Hand #88: Ausmus raised to 125,000 and Cada folded.

Hand #89: Cada raised to 110,000 on the button, Ausmus called and the flop fell    . Ausmus check-folded to bet.

Hand #90: Ausmus limped in on the button for the first time in the match, Cada checked and the flop fell    . Both players checked. The turn was the  , the two checked again and the   completed the board. Cada led out for 75,000, Ausmus called and Cada won with   .

Jeremy Ausmus4,190,00090,000
Joe Cada3,710,000-90,000
06/16/14 10:01:42 PM PST
 
Hands #81-86: Cada Picks Up Steam
 

Hand #81: Joe Cada raised to 120,000 and Jeremy Ausmus called. The flop brought     and both players checked. On the turn the   hit and Ausmus check-raised to 325,000 and that was enough to take down the pot.

Hand #82: Ausmus raised to 125,000 and picked up the blinds and antes.

Hand #83: Cada raised to 110,000 and Ausmus called. The flop brought out     and both players checked. On the turn the   hit and Ausmus bet 125,000, Cada called. The river was the   and the action was checked.

Ausmus showed    and Cada raked in the pot showing   .

Hand #84: Cada received a walk.

Hand #85: Cada raised to 125,000 and Ausmus called. The flop brought out     and both players checked. On the river the   hits and Cada bet 120,000, which was enough to take down the pot.

Jeremy Ausmus4,100,000-510,000
Joe Cada3,800,000470,000
06/16/14 09:55:12 PM PST
 
Hands #76-80: Cada Chips Up
 

Joe Cada

Hand 76: Joe Cada had the button and raised to 100,000. Jeremy Ausmus called, the flop was     and both players checked. The turn was the  , Ausmus led out for 125,000 and Cada raised to 375,000. Ausmus folded.

Hand #77: Ausmus raised to 125,000 on the button, Cada three-bet to 300,000 and Ausmus called. The flop fell    , Ausmus led out for 355,000 and Cada folded.

Hand #78: Cada raised to 100,000 on the button, Ausmus called and the flop came    . Both players checked. The turn was the  , Ausmus checked and Cada won with a bet of 100,000.

Hand #79: Ausmus won the pot with a raise to 125,000.

Hand #81: Cada raised to 110,000 on the button, Ausmus defended and the flop fell    . Ausmus check-folded to a bet of 125,000.

Jeremy Ausmus4,610,000-270,000
Joe Cada3,330,000270,000
06/16/14 09:46:31 PM PST
 
Hand #71-75: Breaking Even
 

Hand #71: Jeremy Ausmus raised to 100,000 and picked up the blinds and antes.

Hand #72: Joe Cada raised to 105,000 and Ausmus called. The flop brought out     and both players checked. On the turn the   hit, and Ausmus bet 125,000; Cada called. The river was the   and both players checked. Ausmus showed    and he took down the pot.

Hand #73: Ausmus made it 100,000 and Cada called. The flop brought out     and Ausmus bet 105,000 after Cada had checked. Cada called and on the turn, the   hit. Cada checked again and folded when Ausmus bet 250,000.

Hand #74: Cada raised to 100,000 and Ausmus called. The flop brought     and Cada bet 75,000 after Ausmus had checked. On the turn the   hit, and Ausmus checked again. Cada checked behind, and on the river, the   hit. Both players checked and Ausmus showed   , which wasn't enough against Cada's   .

Hand #75: Ausmus raised to 125,000 from the button and he took down the pot.

06/16/14 09:40:01 PM PST
 
Cards in the Air
 

The cards are back in the air for this heads-up match.

06/16/14 09:26:58 PM PST
 
Hand #70: Cada Takes Down The First Pot
 

Hand #70: Joe Cada raised to 120,000 and picked up the blinds and antes.

There is now a short break before the heads-up match continues.

06/16/14 09:25:03 PM PST
 
Heads-Up Chip Counts
 
Jeremy Ausmus4,880,00080,000
Joe Cada3,060,000660,000
06/16/14 09:23:40 PM PST
 
Max Silver Eliminated in 3rd Place ($273,646)
 

Max Silver - 3rd Place

Hand #69: There were two walks on Hands #67 and 68, and then Max Silver moved all in out of the small blind. Joe Cada called.

Silver:   
Cada:   

The flop fell    , giving both players a pair, but Cada remained ahead. The   on the turn was a blank, as was the   on the river, and Silver was eliminated in third place.

Max Silver0-700,000
06/16/14 09:20:02 PM PST
 
JC Tran Eliminated in 4th Place ($273,646)
 

JC Tran - 4th Place

Hand #66: Jeremy Ausmus raised from the cutoff and quickly JC Tran moved all in over the top. Both blinds folded and Ausmus snap-called.

Ausmus:   
Tran:   

The board ran out       and Tran was knocked out in fourth place.

Jeremy Ausmus4,800,0001,095,000
JC Tran0-1,190,000
06/16/14 09:17:42 PM PST
 
Hand #63-65: Silver's Failed Hero; Cada Doubles
 

Joe Cada

Hand #63: Joe Cada completed from the small bind, Jeremy Ausmus raised to 150,000 out of the big blind, and Cada folded.

Hand #64: Cada raised to 100,000 on the button, JC Tran defended his big blind, and the flop was as spades;    . Both players checked. The turn was the  , and Tran check-folded to a bet.

Hand #65: Cada was first to act, and raised to 100,000. Max Silver defended his big blind, and the dealer fanned    . Silver checked, Cada continued for 150,000, and Silver called. The turn was the  , Silver checked again, and Cada bet another 275,000. Silver called.

The   completed the board, Silver checked a third and final time, and Cada moved all in for 725,000. Silver tanked for the better part of five minutes before making the call with   , but it was no good against Cada's   .

Joe Cada2,400,0001,230,000
Max Silver700,000-1,170,000
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