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2013 44th Annual World Series of Poker The Official WSOP Live Updates

Tuesday, June 04, 2013 to Thursday, June 06, 2013

Event #11: $2,500 No-Limit Hold'em 6-Handed

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  • Buy-in: $2,500
  • Prizepool: $2,102,100
  • Entries: 924
  • Remaining: 0

EVENT UPDATES

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Thursday, June 6, 2013 6:11 PM Local Time
Hands #6-9

Hand #6- Ben Palmer opened the action to 40,000 from the button, and Scott Clements called from the small blind. The flop came    , and both players checked. The same happened on the   turn, and the river was the  . Clements checked a third time, and Palmer made it 43,000 to go. Clements folded, and Palmer took the pot.

Hand #7- Action folded around to Scott Clements in the small blind, and he made the call. Levi Berger checked his option, and the flop came    . Both players checked, and the turn brought the  . Clements made it 26,000 to go, and Berger made the call. The river brought the  , and Clements fired at ti again, this time for 58,000. Berger released his hand, and Clements took down the pot.

Hand #8- Jacob Bazeley raised it in the cutoff to 40,000, and Levi Berger called out of the small blind. The flop came    , and Berger check folded when Bazeley bet 55,000.

Hand #9- Jacob Bazeley raised from under the gun to 40,000, and Levi Berger called on the button. They saw a flop of    , and Bazeley c-bet to 52,000. Berger called, and both players checked when the   hit the turn. The river brought the  , and Bazeley fired out 85,000. Berger wasted little time in calling, and Bazeley showed    for a straight. Berger showed    for a straight as well. Chop chop.

Thursday, June 6, 2013 6:00 PM Local Time
David Gonia Elimiated in 6th Place ($57,282)

David Gonia - 6th Place

Hand #5: Levi Berger raised to 40,000 in the hijack and David Gonia three-bet all in for 396,000 from the button. The blinds folded, Berger called, and the hands were tabled.

Berger:   
Gonia:   

The board ran out      , giving Berger Broadway to score the elimiation.

Levi Berger980,000500,000
David Gonia0-461,000
Thursday, June 6, 2013 5:57 PM Local Time
Hands 3-4

Hand #3: Scott Clements raised to 40,000 in the cutoff and was called by Eddy Sabat in the small blind and David Gonia in the big blind. They checked to the river of a       board where Clements bet 104,000. Only Sabat called, but he mucked when Clements tabled   .

Hand #4: Jacob Bazeley raised to 40,000 from under the gun and Scott Clements three-bet to 102,000 from the hijack. Action folded back to Bazeley who folded.

Thursday, June 6, 2013 5:50 PM Local Time
Sabat Doubles Through Berger

Hand #1 - Ben Palmer opened the action from the cutoff with a raise to 40,000, and it folded around to Scott Clements in the small blind. He three bet to 133,000, and it got back to Palmer. He moved all in for his last just about a million chips, and Clements folded, saying that he accidentally bet 25,000 too many.

Hand #2 - Jacob Bazeley raised to 40,000 from the cutoff, and Levi Berger made it 140,000 in the small blind. Eddy Sabat was in the big blind, and he announced all in for his last 720,000. Bazeley quickly folded, and Berger immediately asked for a count. Once he got it, he thought for a few more moments before putting a stack of chips in the middle, signifying a call.

Berger:   
Sabat:   

Sabat was in great shape, but the   immediately popped into the window, as the flop came    . Sabat now needed to hit a three outer, and the turn didn't do that, coming the  . However, the   slammed down on the river, and Sabat pumped his fist and yelled "Yes! Holy s**t!"

Once the chips were counted down, Sabat scored the full double to over 1.4 million.

Scott Clements2,520,000-155,000
Eddy Sabat1,450,000716,000
Ben Palmer1,200,000311,000
Levi Berger480,000-851,000
Thursday, June 6, 2013 5:17 PM Local Time
Official Final Table
SeatPlayerChip Count
1Jacob Bazeley861,000
2Scott Clements2,675,000
3Levi Berger1,331,000
4Eddy Sabat734,000
5David Gonia461,000
6Ben Palmer889,000
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Thursday, June 6, 2013 5:13 PM Local Time
Short Break

The players are taking a break while the tournament staff gets everything set up for the final table. Cards should be in the air fairly shortly.

Thursday, June 6, 2013 5:07 PM Local Time
Clifford Goldkind Eliminated in 7th Place ($41,011)

Clifford Goldkind - 7th Place

The unofficial final table lasted just one hand.

Hand #1: Action folded to Clifford Goldkind in the small blind and he raised to 40,000. Scott Clements three-bet to 101,000 from the big blind, Goldkind four-bet to 265,000, and Clements five-bet shoved for about 885,000 effective. Goldkind called all in.

Goldkind:   
Clements:   

The flop came down     to give Goldkind a flush draw, but it never came as the   turn and   river secured the pot for Clements.

Thursday, June 6, 2013 5:06 PM Local Time
Unofficial Final Table
*SeatPlayer
1Jacob Bazeley
2Clifford Goldkind
3Scott Clements
4Levi Berger
5Eddy Sabat
6David Gonia
7Ben Palmer
Thursday, June 6, 2013 4:59 PM Local Time
Marcio Cid Eliminated in 8th Place ($41,011)

Marcio Cid

Scott Clements made it 42,000 from the button, and it folded to Marcio Cid in the big blind. He moved all in for his last 680,000, and it didn't take Clements long to call, setting up a huge pot of almost 1.4 million.

Clements:   
Cid:   

The flop sure brought some excitement, coming all diamonds:    . Both players had a diamond, but Cid was the one who picked up the extra outs, as he had the ace of diamonds. Unfortunately for Cid, the board completed with two nines, the   and  , giving Clements the KO and the chip lead and sending us to our unofficial final table.

Scott Clements1,700,000670,000
Marcio Cid0-890,000
Thursday, June 6, 2013 4:55 PM Local Time
Goldkind Bests Berger

We caught up with the action on the flop, which read    . Levi Berger and Clifford Goldkind were heads up, and the former bet out 38,000. Goldkind made the call, and Berger checked when the   hit the turn. Goldkind took that as an invitation to bet out 58,000, and Berger came along to see the river, the  .

Berger checked again, and Goldkind threw out a big bet of 138,000. Berger tanked for about two or three minutes before announcing call, then quickly mucked when saw Goldkind table    for two pair. Berger fell to 1.2 million after that hand, while Goldkind is now up to 920,000.

Levi Berger1,200,000-290,000
Clifford Goldkind920,000395,000
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Thursday, June 6, 2013 4:41 PM Local Time
Berger Takes From Sabat

Picking up the action after the the turn of an      board, Eddy Sabat checked from the small blind and Levi Berger bet 55,000 from the big blind. Sabat called to see the   river where he checked again. Berger bet a hefty 175,000 and after about 90 seconds, Sabat called.

Berger tabled    for a flush, besting Sabat's holdings to win the pot.

Levi Berger1,490,000430,000
Eddy Sabat810,000-520,000
Thursday, June 6, 2013 4:34 PM Local Time
Bazeley's Jack Gets it Done

Jacob Bazeley made it 40,000 to go first to act, and Scott Clements called from the button. The flop came down    , and Bazeley put out a c-bet to 45,000. Clements called, and the   hit the turn. Bazeley checked to Clements, who fired out a bet of 77,000. Bazeley made the call, and both players checked when the   hit the river.

Bazeley rolled over   , adn Clements tossed his hand toward the dealer. After that pot, Bazeley is up to 800,000, while Clements is just a shade over one million.

Scott Clements1,030,000-80,000
Jacob Bazeley800,000210,000
Thursday, June 6, 2013 4:23 PM Local Time
Marcio Cid vs. Scott Clements

Marcio Cid raised to 32,000 on the button and Scott Clements defended his big blind.

The flop came down     and Clements check-called 40,000 from Cid to see the   turn. It was more of the same as Clements check-called 75,000 from Cid, landing the   river which both checked.

Clements tabled    for a pair of aces, but Cid took it down with    for two pair.

Scott Clements1,110,000-90,000
Marcio Cid890,000200,000
Thursday, June 6, 2013 4:11 PM Local Time
Mickey Petersen Eliminated in 9th Place ($30,165)

Mickey Petersen  - 9th Place

Mickey Peteresen made it 32,000 to go from under the gun, and action folded to Ben Palmer on the button. He thought for about 45 seconds before cutting out raising chips, and put 70,000 in the middle. It got back around to Petersen, and he rechecked his hole cards, thought for about 20 seconds, and moved all in for his last 350,000. Palmer didn't take long to call, and when Petersen saw his hand, he said "you're good."

Petersen:   
Palmer:   

The board ran down      , and since no player had a club, Palmer's kicker took down the pot. Peterson will take home over $30,00 for his efforts, while Palmer has upped his stack to just over a million.

Ben Palmer1,045,000415,000
Mickey Petersen0-365,000
Thursday, June 6, 2013 4:04 PM Local Time
Chip Counts
Eddy Sabat1,330,000-30,000
Scott Clements1,200,000255,000
Levi Berger1,060,00077,000
Marcio Cid690,000-91,000
Ben Palmer630,000-91,000
Jacob Bazeley590,000-41,000
David Gonia530,000-101,000
Clifford Goldkind525,00056,000
Mickey Petersen365,000-78,000
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Thursday, June 6, 2013 3:54 PM Local Time
Tuan Le Eliminated in 10th Place ($30,165)

Tuan Le - 10th Place

Tuan Le had high hopes of winning the second leg of the triple crown today, as he came into play second in chips. However, he fell down to average after doubling two opponents up early, and he has just been eliminated by Eddy Sabat in brutal fashion.

Sabat open limped from the cutoff, as did Levi Berger from the button. Le made it 43,000 to go in the small blind, and when it got to Sabat, he tried the old limp reraise play, with a raise to 150,000. Berger quickly folded, and after a few moments of though, Le moved all in for his final 416,000. Sabat asked for a count, and though he didn't look thrilled about it, he slid the call in.

Sabat:   
Le:   

Le was well out in front, and it stayed that way on the    . The   came on the turn, and Le looked like he would surely double up. Well, you read the title of the post, so you know what's coming next.

River:  

The whole table, including Sabat, let out a big groan at the site of the brutal river beat, and a shocked Le could only shake his head in disbelief as he headed towards the rail. After taking that huge pot, Sabat is now our chip leader with 1.36 million.

Eddy Sabat1,360,000455,000
Tuan Le0-423,000
Thursday, June 6, 2013 3:38 PM Local Time
Play Slowing A Bit

The first ten minutes of post break play have been rather uneventful. Not only has their not been a showdown at either table, we haven't even seen a river card yet. The average stack is 683,000, and with the big stack, Levi Berger, having 983,000, and the short stack, Tuan Le, holding 423,000, everyone is fairly even and content with taking small pots for the time being. Given that it's six-max, we don't expect this to last long.

Thursday, June 6, 2013 3:26 PM Local Time
Play Underway Again

The players are back in their seats, and we are ready to get back underway.

Thursday, June 6, 2013 3:22 PM Local Time
The Updated 2013 WSOP Player of the Year

Current 2013 WSOP Player of the Year Standings

PlacePlayerPoints
1Daniel Negreanu427.15
2Benny Chen300.00
3Charles Sylvestre260.00
4Daniel Marton252.00
5Trevor Pope240.00
6Matt Waxman233.00
7Bryan Piccioli226.50
8Dan Kelly212.20
9Michael Bennington210.00
10Cliff "JohnnyBax" Josephy200.00
Thursday, June 6, 2013 3:12 PM Local Time
Chip Counts
Levi Berger983,000-147,000
Scott Clements945,000-85,000
Eddy Sabat905,000-5,000
Marcio Cid781,00087,000
Ben Palmer721,00014,000
David Gonia631,000181,000
Jacob Bazeley631,000116,000
Clifford Goldkind469,00019,000
Mickey Petersen443,000-77,000
Tuan Le423,000-117,000
Velo 690x150