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2010/11 WSOP Circuit - HARRAH'S ST. LOUIS

Sunday, April 10, 2011 to Tuesday, April 12, 2011

Event #30: $1,600 No-Limit Hold'em Main Event

  • Buy-in: $1,600
  • Prizepool: $0
  • Entries: 449
  • Remaining: 0

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Monday, April 11, 2011 11:54 AM Local Time

On a board reading     {X}, all the money got in the pot between Aaron Massey and his opponent on the river. The latter was the one at risk and rolled over    for a straight flush. It was obviously good against Massey's   , who dropped to 130,000 after the hand.

Monday, April 11, 2011 11:48 AM Local Time

Over at Table 76, the lineup is perhaps the toughest in the room. Dennis Phillips is seated there along with Roland Isra, Mark "Pegasus" Smith, and chip-leader Harris Paroya. This is certainly one table we'll be giving a little extra attention.

Monday, April 11, 2011 11:34 AM Local Time

Roland Isra three-bet all in from the small blind with the    and received a call from the    Nick Jivkov in late position. It was a classic race, but Isra needed to improve to stay alive. The     flop was no help and neither was the   turn.

Things looked bleak for Isra, but he found salvation on the river when the   spiked. He doubled on the hand to 70,000 while Jivkov dropped to 190,000.

Monday, April 11, 2011 11:30 AM Local Time

Here are a few of the eliminations thus far:

Carl Clayton

Jeffrey Roberson

Rob Przygoda

Jeff Gibralter

Drazen Llich

Bj Male K (doubting that is a real name, but it is how it's listed)

Monday, April 11, 2011 11:17 AM Local Time

Brandon Steven limped only to have Aaroon Massey raise to 11,100. Steven made the call and the two watched the flop fall    . Steven checked, Massey bet 15,500, and Steven made the call, leading to the   on the turn. Both players checked and the   hit the river.

Again, Steven checked to Massey, who fired out 17,000. Steven called and simply mucked as Massey rolled over    and chipped up to 210,000.

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Monday, April 11, 2011 11:11 AM Local Time

Players have taken their seats and cards are in the air. We've already seen a few short stacks bust, which is a good indication that there will be some fast action and big hands.

Monday, April 11, 2011 10:47 AM Local Time

Harrah's St. Louis

Yesterday, World Series of Poker Circuit Harrah's, St. Louis got under way and drew 449 entrants who created a prize pool of $646,762. About 12 hours later, at the end of Day 1, only 92 players remained in contention for the $142,290 first-place prize. Leading the way is a man named Harris Paroya, who bagged up an impressive 314,100 in chips.

Other names still left in the field are Mark "Pegasus" Smith (tied for the most WSOP-C rings with four), Kyle Cartwright (Harrah's Tunica Casino Champion), "Cowboy" John Land, Aaron Massey, and Nadya Magnus. However, all eyes are going to be on two players today: St. Louis native Dennis Phillips and 2004 WSOP Main Event Champion Greg Raymer, who start Day 2 with 197,600 and 133,000 chips respectively. Both players have found WSOP success in the past, and they're no doubt hoping to step into the spotlight once again.

The plan for the day is to play to a final table, breaking the money bubble at 45 players in the process. Day 2 action is set to resume at noon CDT (1700 GMT), just over 20 minutes, so be sure to join the PokerNews Live Reporting Team as we bring you all the action, eliminations, and stories straight from the tournament floor.

Monday, April 11, 2011 10:13 AM Local Time
Harris Paroya314,100
ET MacMurray251,360
Troy Weber251,200
Eli Lowenthal220,400
Matthew Thornton207,800
John Land200,000
Dennis Phillips197,600
Robert Heisler185,100
Derwin Ward181,800
Chris Viox179,600
Steve Galey171,700
Mark Fleddermann168,100
Lance Craig167,300
Gene Esker164,600
Aaron Massey160,000
Asheesh Boyapati157,500
Gary Lucht149,000
Dan Chambers144,300
Mitch Franks135,000
Greg Raymer133,500
Yury Parad128,500
Thomas Cronin128,500
Gary Herstein128,000
Jacob Phillips124,800
Peter Brooks123,900
Garrett Smith120,900
Scott Carlson118,400
Steve Goff118,100
Tom Moore115,200
Clayton Hamm114,800
Michael Sortino114,700
Christopher Juul111,900
Gene Baker111,600
Nick Jivkov108,100
John Dahlberg105,500
Mark Koeln104,600
Drazen Llich103,800
Larry Sprague103,500
Brandon Steven102,700
Ed Koppe102,300
Tim Hebert98,000
Andrew Schrage97,200
Matt Stern95,100
Terry Stuhldreher94,900
Guy Mondello94,500
Joe Knuppel93,200
Nadya Magnus84,900
David Potter84,300
Rob Przygoda82,100
David Schaarf81,600
Cory Drury81,300
Lloyd Ney79,300
Sam Devers76,800
Danny Nelson76,500
Roland Israel75,000
J Austin Hijar69,100
Ryan Sponaugle67,200
Jason Gwinn66,700
Jeff Gibralter66,000
Gary Schaan64,700
Phil Stelzer63,700
Todd Bartlett63,600
Doug Winters62,700
Sam Ansley62,500
James Tolbert61,800
Dylan Thomassie60,900
Yossi Azulay55,800
Nick Syrigos54,200
Herman Jansen53,100
John Richards52,200
Matt Lawrence51,400
Greg Mccurry51,200
Ron Segni50,200
Kyle Cartwright47,500
Larry Riggs44,800
Mark Smith44,400
Randy Weiget41,500
Gregory Wood41,000
William Blood39,600
Brett Schwertley38,000
Kelly Johnson32,700
Jeff Houston31,700
Peter Nigh28,900
Bil Varga28,500
John Fisher27,800
Andros Loar26,600
Rod Clanton23,600
Ryan Baysinger15,400
Jeffrey Roberson12,100
Jason Li11,000
Bj Male K8,500
Carl Clayton2,700