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

Saturday, July 05, 2014 to Wednesday, November 12, 2014

Event #65: $10,000 No-Limit Hold'em MAIN EVENT - World Championship

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  • Buy-in: $10,000
  • Prizepool: $62,825,752
  • Entries: 6,683
  • Remaining: 0

EVENT UPDATES

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Thursday, July 10, 2014 9:15 PM Local Time
Trips For Jaka

Picking up the action after the river of a board reading      , the bet was 21,000 to Faraz Jaka from an opponent. After about 30 seconds Jaka called. His opponent mucked and Jaka tabled    for trips to win the pot.

Faraz Jaka203,000113,000
Thursday, July 10, 2014 9:14 PM Local Time
Steury Exits

Bracelet winner Aaron Steury won't be adding to his collection by taking down the Main Event, as he just went busto. According to his old table, Steury got his chips in with    against    and came out on the losing end.

Aaron Steury0-111,000
Thursday, July 10, 2014 9:14 PM Local Time
A Big Clash Looms

On Table 355 in the Amazon Tan section there are two players, seated just two seats apart, with enormous stacks. Leonardo Emperador, from Venezuela, sits on 785,000 and he looks to improve on his 2008 finish when he placed 261st in this event.

Andrew Liporace has not made the money in the WSOP Main Event just yet, but his current stack gives him a very good chance to make it there.

Leonardo Emperador785,00020,000
Andrew Liporace715,000-65,000
Thursday, July 10, 2014 9:11 PM Local Time
Ivey and the Vet

Phil Ivey opened the pot and got a call from an older gentleman in the big blind. The flop was     and it was checked to Ivey. He bet 8,000 and got a call. The turn was the   and now the big blind led for 25,000.

Ivey looked affronted and asked, "How much you got?" He saw a stack of 18,000 behind and gave his man an Ivey glare. There can't be many scarier things at a poker table than that but this gentleman was wearing a Vietnam Veterans hat and didn't look like he was too intimidated.

Ivey threw in the call and while army experience helps steel nerves under pressure, so does a set as Ivey faced    and had made the call with just   . The river bricked out and another chunk of Ivey's stack went missing.

Phil Ivey410,000-15,000
Thursday, July 10, 2014 9:03 PM Local Time
Roupe, Mestre Racing for Brasilia Lead
Tom Roupe874,00019,000
Raul Mestre830,000-4,500
Andoni Larrabe (Andoni Larrabesanchez)665,000
Lasell King644,500-65,500
Tim Stansifer450,000-145,000
Bryan Devonshire230,000103,000
David Vamplew162,00017,000
Chris Lee154,00058,500
Aaron Steury111,000-5,000
Brad Ruben105,000105,000
Ping Liu67,000
Hac Dang40,50040,500
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Thursday, July 10, 2014 9:02 PM Local Time
Two Pair For Mayrinck

Picking up the action after a     flop, the blinds checked to a player in middle position who bet 16,000. Maria Mayrinck called on the button, the blinds folded and the   hit the turn. The middle-position player checked to Mayrinck this time and she bet 21,000. Her opponent called and both checked the   river.

Mayrinck tabled    for queens and tens, her opponent angrily mucked    face up and Mayrinck collected the pot.

Maria Mayrinck446,00065,500
Thursday, July 10, 2014 9:02 PM Local Time
Wilke Knocks Out Another

The flop read     when a player ended up all in for his tournament life against Jesse Wilke.

Wilke:   
Opponent:   

The board ran out  ,   and Wilke knocked out another player to boost his stack up to 665,000 chips.

Jesse Wilke665,000165,000
Thursday, July 10, 2014 8:58 PM Local Time
Pierce Back to 200K; Moneymaker Joins Table

Paul Pierce reached for chips, slowly flicking out a raise to 6,000 from under the gun, and the action folded to a player in the small blind. He called, Michael Binger surrendered his big blind, and the pair took a flop of    .

The player checked, Pierce continued for 15,000, and the player folded.

"You got it," he told the 10-time NBA All-Star.

While this hand was going down, 2003 World Series of Poker Main Event champion Chris Moneymaker joined the table. He recently ran into quads, but he too has chipped back up above 200,000 chips.

Chris Moneymaker225,00039,000
Paul Pierce200,000-15,000
Thursday, July 10, 2014 8:58 PM Local Time
Roupe Climbs on Top

Tom Roupe

A series of small pots has put Tom Roupe on top of the Main Event leaderboard with Matthew Haugen.

Roupe has cashed once this series so far with a 113th place finish in Event #29: $ 2,500 No Limit Hold'em. He has six career World Series of Poker cashes totalling, $125,000.

Tom Roupe855,000105,000
Thursday, July 10, 2014 8:58 PM Local Time
"More Hits Then Michael Jackson"

Matthew Haugen

"He's been kissed on the ass!" stated Tony Hachem in reference to Matthew Haugen who now sits behind a 905,500-chip stack.

"More hits then Michael Jackson!" Hachem added.

Matthew Haugen905,500240,500
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Thursday, July 10, 2014 8:58 PM Local Time
Some Amazon Orange Counts
Isaac Baron750,000-105,500
Timur Margolin710,000-2,000
Domyo Aqmelli705,000705,000
Stephen Graner695,000695,000
Steve Tripp685,000-70,000
Mark Newhouse630,000305,000
Julio Belluscio580,00095,000
Eric Hicks575,000-130,000
John Gorsuch535,000-12,000
Jesse Wilke500,00010,000
Emil Olsson440,000-90,000
Matt Waxman307,00071,000
John Hennigan275,000-5,000
Chris Johnson275,00057,500
Dan Smith255,000-60,000
Rep Porter220,0004,000
Phil Galfond180,000-30,000
Brian Yoon162,5007,500
Maria Ho147,50032,500
Ruth Graham87,000-53,000
Thursday, July 10, 2014 8:54 PM Local Time
Hougaard Hates Himself

Jesper Hougaard

A player raised to 7,000 from the cutoff and two-time bracelet winner Jesper Hougaard three-bet to 18,500 from the big blind. The player in the cutoff called and the flop brought out    .

Hougaard bet 22,000 on the flop and his opponent made the call. The turn was the   and the Dane slid out a bet of 50,000.

The player in the cutoff moved all in for 102,500 total and Hougaard went into the tank.

"When I bet the 50,000 I was sure I was going to call a shove," Hougaard sighed. "But now I'm not sure anymore."

A few minutes went by and eventually Hougaard painstakingly let go of his hand.

After a moment Hougaard looked up from the table and said, "That wasn't pretty," as he's left with just 126,000 chips.

Jesper Hougaard126,00026,000
Thursday, July 10, 2014 8:54 PM Local Time
PokerNews Podcast Episode #237: Gruissem Twosome feat. Igor Kurganov and Philipp Gruissem

Igor Kurganov

Phil Ivey is the chip leader of the 2014 World Series of Poker Main Event going into Day 3, so naturally he is the main topic of conversation. Igor Kurganov and Philipp Gruissem join the program midway through the show to talk about anti-sweating Ivey, Raising for Effective Giving, their poker goals, and more.

You can subscribe to the entire iBus Media Network on iTunes here, or you can access the RSS feed here. The PokerNews family of podcasts is now available on Stitcher.

Thursday, July 10, 2014 8:50 PM Local Time
A Few Chip Counts from Amazon Tan
Maria Mayrinck380,500-4,500
Jason Deutsch380,000380,000
Mike Sowers335,000-10,600
Derek Lerner255,000126,600
Alex Queen245,00098,000
Larry Ormson217,000-3,000
Robert Campbell215,000-2,000
Dan Buzgon200,00058,000
Steven Levy195,00031,000
Roland Israelashvili185,00031,000
Anthony Zinno135,0009,000
Brian Nadell46,00046,000
Jamie Armstrong45,00045,000
Tim Phan41,00041,000
Thursday, July 10, 2014 8:48 PM Local Time
Moneymaker Can't Find a Fold

Chris Moneymaker

We found Chris Moneymaker considering a bet of 48,500 from an opponent in the cutoff. Moneymaker had checked the final board of       from early position.

"Quad fives?" he said. "Pocket deuces? You've either got quads...a set of jacks...a set of twos...a draw..."

Moneymaker's voice trailed off, and he opted to look his opponent up. His first instinct was on:   . Moneymaker shook his head and mucked   face up.

"Nice hand," he said with resignation.

Chris Moneymaker186,000-29,000
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Thursday, July 10, 2014 8:48 PM Local Time
Tricky Business, Poker

The board read       and with 50,000 in the pot a player bet 6,000 and Neil Farrell slid out a bet of 55,000. He then put his hoodie up to cover his face a rested his forehead on the table for good measure. This got a chuckle out of his opponent who still had a tricky decision to make. He decided to fold and Farrell came out of hiding to collect the pot.

After a bit of conversation beck and forth asking if Farrell really was chasing down that flush draw he responded that he had a straight draw too. Asked why he acted so nervous on the river Farrell replied, "I'm always nervous. Poker's a tricky business, and it's the main event."

Niall Farrell215,00040,000
Thursday, July 10, 2014 8:42 PM Local Time
Aron Heads Remnants of Brasilia Silver

Just a handful of tables remain in Brasilia Silver, but the ones that do house plenty of notables. Here are their stacks:

Michael Aron675,000160,000
Roman Valerstein605,00089,000
Dan Sindelar340,000-20,000
Andrey Zaichenko230,000-11,400
Rep Porter216,00066,000
Leif Force172,000-37,000
Kevin Eyster170,00048,000
Brian Hastings163,000-52,000
Maxx Coleman140,500-104,000
Assani Fisher124,000-57,000
Jason Koon116,00026,000
Kenny Tran115,000-142,000
Thursday, July 10, 2014 8:39 PM Local Time
Down to Triple Digits

The tournament clock has now seen the players remaining tick down to triple digits as it reads 999; or 111 tables remaining.

Thursday, July 10, 2014 8:35 PM Local Time
More Counts from Purple
Matthew Haugen665,00095,000
Nick Yunis587,000433,700
Timothy Reilly470,00020,000
Vinny Pahuja405,00044,000
Griffin Benger385,00025,000
Daniel Alaei245,0000
David Einhorn235,000151,000
Barry Hutter225,000-275,000
Antonio Esfandiari207,000-18,000
Anton Makiievskyi205,00080,000
Tony Hachem203,000-97,000
David Tuthill160,000160,000
Steve Brecher150,000-12,000
John Monnette114,000-36,000
David Paredes110,0005,000
Garrett Greer65,0000
Thursday, July 10, 2014 8:32 PM Local Time
A Few Amazon Chip Counts
Martin Jacobson655,00055,000
Tony Ruberto550,000170,000
Timothy Reilly450,00065,000
Kevin MacPhee250,00050,000
Chris DeMaci250,00040,000
Antonio Esfandiari225,000-20,000
Manig Loeser217,000-3,000
Joseph McKeehen195,000-75,000
Mike Gogliormella185,0000
Ariel Celestino180,000180,000
Ryan Tepen170,000-28,000
Hasan Habib124,00017,000
David Paredes105,000-5,000
Zach Hall100,0008,500
John Holley70,000500
Garrett Greer65,00065,000
Todd Brunson34,000-5,000
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