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

Thursday, June 06, 2013 to Saturday, June 08, 2013

Event #14: $1,500 No-Limit Hold'em

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  • Buy-in: $1,500
  • Prizepool: $2,455,650
  • Entries: 1,819
  • Remaining: 0

EVENT UPDATES

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Saturday, June 8, 2013 2:05 PM Local Time
What Could've Been

Hiren "Sunny" Patel opened with a raise from under the gun to 32,000. Blake Bohn called from the next seat, and everyone else folded.

The flop came down    , and Patel bet 24,000. Bohn made the call to see the   pair the board on the turn, and Patel checked. Bohn bet 52,000, and Patel folded the    face up.

"We could've played a really big pot," Bohn commented, but didn't show his hand.

Hiren Patel1,625,000115,000
Blake Bohn650,00035,000
Saturday, June 8, 2013 2:03 PM Local Time
Pergola Shoves

After Hunter Frey raised to 33,000 on the button, action moved to Joseph Pergola in the big blind. He reraised all in for around 275,000. Frey folded, and Pergola won the pot.

Hunter Frey655,00055,000
Joseph Pergola310,00082,000
Saturday, June 8, 2013 2:02 PM Local Time
Shove from Paska

From the hijack seat, Chris Hunichen opened to 32,000. Daniel Paska reraised all in for 211,000 from the big blind, and Hunichen folded.

Chris Hunichen592,00075,000
Daniel Paska265,00014,000
Saturday, June 8, 2013 1:56 PM Local Time
Frey Takes One With a Four Bet

From early position, Hunter Frey opened the pot to 33,000. Action folded to Chris Hunichen who made a three bet to 79,000.

Back on Frey he put in a fourth bet to 148,000.

This prompted Hunichen to ask, "How much did you start the hand with?" Frey remained silent and Hunichen let go of his hand.

Saturday, June 8, 2013 1:53 PM Local Time
Three-Bet from Hunichen

From the button, Russell Crane raised to 33,000. Chris Hunichen reraised from the small blind to 73,000 and won the pot.

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Saturday, June 8, 2013 1:52 PM Local Time
Kubat Shoves On Bohn

Action folded to Blake Bohn in the small blind, and he raised to 35,000 against Patrick Kubat's big blind. Kubat reraised all in for 373,000. After a minute of thought, Bohn folded, and Kubat won the hand.

Blake Bohn615,000-26,000
Patrick Kubat422,0005,000
Saturday, June 8, 2013 1:49 PM Local Time
First Flop at Table #446

Action had folded around to Russell Crane in the small blind. He raised to 36,000 and was called by Chris Hunichen in the big blind.

The flop fell     and Crane made a continuation bet of 40,000 which Hunichen called.

The dealer put out the   on the turn and both players checked to the   river where they checked again.

Craned showed    for two pair with a king kicker, but Hunichen showed    for two pair with an ace kicker and he scooped the pot.

Saturday, June 8, 2013 1:42 PM Local Time
Slow Start for Table #446

Action has been all preflop at table 446 so far. So far there has been four preflop all ins. Two for Joseph Pergola, one from Tommy Vu, and one for Daniel Paska. There has also been two walks, one for Chris Hunichen and one for Tommy Vu, and one raise and take it pot for Russell Crane.

Saturday, June 8, 2013 1:39 PM Local Time
Three-Bet from Bohn

From the hijack seat, Dan Gannon opened to 35,000 before action folded over to Blake Bohn in the small blind.

"How much is that?" asked Bohn before the dealer responded with the amount.

Bohn then three-bet to 93,000 and took down the pot.

Saturday, June 8, 2013 1:36 PM Local Time
Early Action

On Table 447, Jonathan Taylor raised to 32,000 on the first hand of the day. Hiren "Sunny" Patel made the call from the big blind, then check-folded to a bet of 30,000 from Taylor on the     flop.

On the other table, Table 446, Joseph Pergola moved all in on the first hand, but received no callers, then Tommy Vu shoved all in on the second hand, but also received no callers.

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Saturday, June 8, 2013 1:29 PM Local Time
Shuffle Up and Deal!

After nearly a half an hour of trying to contact Hunter Frey, the one player missing of the final 14, he has arrived and the cards are in the air. Better late than never, right?

Saturday, June 8, 2013 1:05 PM Local Time
Delayed Start

Last night, there was some confusion in relayed information from the tournament staff to the players about the start time for Day 3. The confusion was between 1 p.m. or 2 p.m. While the start time was scheduled for 1 p.m., the tournament staff is now trying to contact a couple of the missing players who may have been told incorrect information and are not here yet.

Normally, it is the players' responsibility to know the start time for their events, but when misinformed, the tournament staff will do what it can to rectify the situation, which means delaying the start and getting a hold of the absent players. The cards should be in the air shortly.

Saturday, June 8, 2013 1:03 PM Local Time
Day 3 Table and Seat Draw
TableSeatPlayer
4461Daniel Paska
4462--empty--
4463Joseph Pergola
4464Russell Crane
4465Chris Hunichen
4466Tommy Vu
4467Jed Hoffman
4468Hunter Frey
4469--empty--
   
4471--empty--
4472Morgan Machina
4473Hiren "Sunny" Patel
4474Blake Bohn
4475Patrick Kubat
4476Jonathan Taylor
4477Benjamin Dobson
4478--empty--
4479Dan Gannon
Saturday, June 8, 2013 12:35 PM Local Time
Sunny Patel Hopes To Continue To Shine On Day 3

Hiren "Sunny" Patel

Welcome back for Day 3 of Event #14: $1,500 No-Limit Hold'em here at the 2013 World Series of Poker. With just 14 players left from the original 1,819 that began, today will be the culmination of a great event and the crowning of another gold bracelet winner.

Leading the way is Hiren "Sunny" Patel with 1.51 million in chips. The only other player joining him in the seven-figure club is Jonathan Taylor with 1.222 million. Another notables still remaining are Russell Crane, Blake Bohn and Chris Hunichen.

Each of the remaining 14 competitors is guaranteed $20,504 at minimum, but every single one of these players will be gunning for the big, bad $454,424 first-place prize that's up for grabs. Once play gets down to a 10-handed affair, the players will combine at one table.

The cards are set to be in the air at 1 p.m. local time in Las Vegas, so get ready for some action!