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

Thursday, June 20, 2013 to Saturday, June 22, 2013

Event #36: $1,500 No-Limit Hold'em Shootout (2,000 player max)

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  • Buy-in: $1,500
  • Prizepool: $1,611,900
  • Entries: 1,194
  • Remaining: 0

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Saturday, June 22, 2013 7:28 PM Local Time
A Couple Flops

Hand #99: Tobias Wenker and Jake Schwartz were involved in unknown preflop action but were heads up on a flop of     from the small and big blind. On the flop Wenker put out a bet of 50,000. Schwartz called. The turn was the   and Wenker continued with a bet of 122,000. Schwartz folded and Wenker collected the pot.

Hand #100: Schwartz raised to 50,000 from the small blind. Naydenov made the call. The players took to a flop of     and both checked. The turn was the   and Schwartz led out for 61,000 and that was enough to scoop the pot.

Hand #101: From the button Jake Schwartz raised it up to 48,000. From the big blind Kloc reraised to 128,000. With action back on Schwartz he folded his hand and Kloc scooped the pot.

Hand #102: From under the gun Tobias Wenker raised to 50,000 and he was able to take down the pot.

Hand #103: Andrew Kloc raised to 46,000 from the button and he was able to take down the pot. He showed his    and scooped the pot.

Hand #104: Jake Schwartz received a walk in the big blind and showed the  .

Saturday, June 22, 2013 7:21 PM Local Time
Mike Watson Eliminated in 6th Place ($50,774)

Mike Watson - 6th place

Hand #98: Simeon Naydenov opened to 50,000 only to have Mike Watson three-bet to 125,000 next to act. Naydenov moved all in and Watson immediately made the call for his 730,000-chip stack.

Watson:   
Naydenov:   

With Watson in great shape to double, the     flop kept him in the lead until the dealer delivered the pain-staking   on the turn for Watson to be left drawing to just two outs.

Watson would be unable to strike gold on the river as the   rolled off to send him home in 6th place for a $50,774 payday.

Simeon Naydenov2,130,000430,000
Mike Watson0-812,000
Saturday, June 22, 2013 7:17 PM Local Time
Back and Forth

Hand #95: Jake Schwartz raised to 48,000 from the button and Simeon Naydenov made the call from the small blind to see a     flop fall. Schwartz continued for 41,000 and Naydenov mucked his hand.

Hand #96: From the cutoff Jake Schwartz raised to 48,000 and only Andrew Kloc made the call to see a     flop fall.

Kloc checked and Schwartz bet out 46,000 to produce a fold from Kloc.

Hand #97: Mike Watson opened to 50,000 from the button only to have Andrew Kloc move all in from the small blind. Watson mucked and Kloc picked up the pot.

Saturday, June 22, 2013 7:10 PM Local Time
Level 6 started
Level: 6
Blinds: 12000/24000
Ante: 4000
Saturday, June 22, 2013 7:10 PM Local Time
Two for Watson

Hand #90: From under the gun Nacho Barbero raised to 40,000. In the next seat over Tobias Wenker reraised to 82,000. From the small blind Mike Watson moved all in. Andrew Kloc folded his big. Both Barbero and Wenker folded while Watson Scooped the pot.

Hand #91: From the hijack seat Jake Schwartz opened to 40,000. On the button Mike Watson reraised to 100,000. Action folded to Nacho Barbero in the big blind who tanked before throwing his hand away. Schwartz also folded and Watson won the pot.

Hand #92: Action is unknown but Simeon Naydenov scooped the pot without a flop.

Hand #93: Simeon Naydenov opened to 40,000 from under the gun. He was called by Schwartz in the big blind. The flop came down     and both players checked. On the   turn Schwartz put out a bet of 47,000 and it was enough to take down the pot.

Hand #94: Andrew Kloc opened to 47,000 from the hijack seat. Everyone folded and Kloc scooped the pot.

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Saturday, June 22, 2013 7:02 PM Local Time
Kloc Takes One from Schwartz

Hand #85: Jake Schwartz bumped it up to 40,000 with Simeon Naydenov making the call along with Andrew Kloc and Nacho Barbero from the blinds.

The flop fell     and Schwartz continued for 58,000 to prompt a fold from Naydenov and Barbero as Kloc made the call before the   landed on the turn.

Both players checked and when the   landed on the river Kloc led for 87,000 and won the pot once Schwartz folded.

Hand #86: Mike Watson opened to 40,000 and collected the blinds and antes.

Hand #87: Jake Schwartz receives a walk in the big blind and shows   .

Hand #88: From the small blind Jake Schwartz limped and Simeon Naydenov checked as the dealer dropped a     flop.

Schwartz led for 22,000 only to have Naydenov make it 60,000 to force a swift fold from Schwartz.

Hand #89: From the cutoff Tobias Wenker raised to 40,000 and he collected the blinds and antes.

Saturday, June 22, 2013 6:59 PM Local Time
Wenker Doubles Back Through Kloc

Tobias Wenker

Hand #82: Tobias Wenker moved all in from the button and he took down the pot.

Hand #83: Nacho Barbero opened to 40,000. Tobias Wenker moved all in in the next seat over. Everyone folded including Barbero and Wenker was shipped the pot.

Hand #84: Tobias Wenker opened to 40,000. Action folded around to Andrew Kloc who moved all in over the top. Wenker called quickly and the hands were tabled.

Kloc:   
Wenker:   

The board rolled out       which was safe for Wenker who doubled up for 475,000 chips.

Tobias Wenker998,000651,000
Andrew Kloc665,000247,000
Saturday, June 22, 2013 6:52 PM Local Time
Barbero Doubles with Deuces

Hand #79: Jake Schwartz opened to 40,000 and picked up the blinds and antes.

Hand #80: Andrew Kloc raised to 41,000 from the button and Tobias Wenker made the call from the big blind to see the     flop fall.

Both players checked as the   landed on the turn and Kloc fired a delayed continuation-bet of 55,000 to win the pot.

Hand #81: From the button Nacho Barbero moved all in for 306,000 and Tobias Wenker moved all in for 653,000. Jake Schwartz asked for a count before eventually opting to fold his hand.

Barbero:   
Wenker:   

The board ran out       to see Barbero double through to 650,000 as Wenker slips to 347,000.

Nacho Barbero650,000236,000
Tobias Wenker347,000-319,000
Saturday, June 22, 2013 6:48 PM Local Time
Jan Kropacek Eliminated in 7th Place ($38,621)

Jan Kropacek

Hand #78: Tobias Wenker opened to 40,000. Action folded to Jan Kropacek in the cutoff who moved all in. Andrew Kloc moved all in over the top when action was on him. Wenker quickly folded and the two men went to showdown.

Kloc:   
Kropacek:   

The board ran out       and Kropacek never improved, thus he was eliminated from the tournament in 7th place, but not without collecting $38,621 for his efforts.

Saturday, June 22, 2013 6:45 PM Local Time
All Preflop Action

Hand #74: Mike Watson opened to 40,000. Andrew Kloc in the next seat over reraised to 114,000. Action folded back around to Watson who folded and Kloc was awarded the pot.

Hand #75: From the button Tobias Wenker opened and was able to take down the blinds and antes when the two blind players folded.

Hand #76: Under the gun Mike Watson opened to 40,000. Action folded to Wenker who reraised to 92,000 from the cutoff. Watson folded once again and Wenker won the pot.

Hand #77: On the button Jan Kropacek opened to 40,000. From the big blind Watson moved all in. Kropacek quickly folded and Watson was awarded the pot.

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Saturday, June 22, 2013 6:40 PM Local Time
Salman Behbehani Eliminated in 8th Place ($29,771)

Salman Behbehani - 8th place

Hand #73: Jake Schwartz opened with a raise to 40,000 only to have Salman Behbehani move all in for 327,000 with Schwartz making the call.

Schwartz:   
Behbehani:   

With Behbehani in the lead, the     flop kept it that way, but when the   landed on the turn, Schwartz's rail exploded with cheers before the   completed the board on the river.

For Behbehani's efforts, he takes home $29,771 for his 8th place finish

Jake Schwartz1,055,000357,000
Salman Behbehani0-341,000
Saturday, June 22, 2013 6:36 PM Local Time
Trips for Kloc

Hand #69: The action folded round to Jan Kropacek in the small blind and he limped in as Simeon Naydenov checked. The flop fell     and Kropacek bet out to force a fold from Naydenov.

Hand #70: Tobias Wenker opened to 40,000 and Mike Watson three-bet to 105,000 from the large blind. Wenker released and Watson scooped the pot.

Hand #71 Jake Schwartz bumped it up to 40,000 from the lo-jack and Simeon Naydenov made the call from the button, as did Mike Watson from the small and Andrew Kloc from the big.

The flop fell down     and the action was checked through to see the   on the turn. The action checked round once again as the   completed the board on the river.

Kloc led out for 62,000 and only Naydenov made the call, but then would be forced to muck at the sight of Kloc's    for trips.

Hand #72: Jan Kropacek opened to 40,000 and won the blinds and antes.

Saturday, June 22, 2013 6:28 PM Local Time
Walks With Aces

Hand #65 Jake Schwartz raised under the gun and collected the blinds and antes without a contest.

Hand #66: Jake Schwartz received a walk in the big blind. He showed   

Hand #67: Mike Watson raised to 45,000, action folded to Tobias Wenker on the button who raised to 115,000. Wenker collected the raise, blinds, and antes when Watson folded.

Hand #68: Barbero raised to 40,000 from the hijack seat. Everyone folded and Barbero collected the pot.

Saturday, June 22, 2013 6:24 PM Local Time
Naydenov Doubles with Aces

Simeon Naydenov

Hand #63:: Tobias Wenker opened to 40,000 and picked up the blinds and antes.

Hand #64: Jan Kropacek opened to 40,000 from the hi-jack only to have Simeon Naydenov three-bet to 110,000. Kropacek made the call as the dealer spread a     flop with Kropacek checking to Naydenov.

Naydenov pushed out a 115,000-chip bet and Kropacek made the call to see the   land on the turn. Kropacek checked and Naydenov bet out 180,000 only to have Kropacek move all-in. Naydenov instantly made the call for his 607,000 and the cards were tabled.

Naydenov:   
Kropacek:   

With Naydenov needing to fade a diamond or an eight, the river would fall the   to see Naydenov double up to 1.7 million as Kropacek slips to 420,000 in chips.

Simeon Naydenov1,700,000869,000
Jan Kropacek420,000-749,000
Saturday, June 22, 2013 6:16 PM Local Time
Behbehani Shoves

Hand #58: Simeon Naydenov opened the pot with a raise to 40,000 and he collected the blinds and antes.

Hand #59: Jan Kropacek opened to 40,000 from under the gun. He got one call from Mike Watson from middle position. The flop came down     and Kropacek fired out 37,000. Watson called to see the   on the turn. On that turn Kropacek bet out 78,000 and Watson released, giving the pot to Kropacek.

Hand #60: From the cutoff, Tobias Wenker opened to 40,000. From the small blind Salman Behbehani moved all. Wenker released his hand and Behbehani was awarded the pot.

Hand #61: Jake Schwartz was in the cutoff and he opened to 40,000. Both the button and the blinds folded and Schwartz took down the pot.

Hand #62: From under the gun Andrew Kloc raised to 43,000. Everyone folded and Kloc took the pot.

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Saturday, June 22, 2013 6:09 PM Local Time
Updated Chip Counts
Jan Kropacek1,169,000375,000
Simeon Naydenov831,000-99,000
Mike Watson812,000-303,000
Jake Schwartz698,000-238,000
Tobias Wenker666,000224,000
Andrew Kloc418,000-176,000
Nacho Barbero414,000-82,000
Salman Behbehani341,000-124,000
Saturday, June 22, 2013 6:09 PM Local Time
Level 5 started
Level: 5
Blinds: 10000/20000
Ante: 3000
Saturday, June 22, 2013 5:51 PM Local Time
Break Time

The remaining players are heading on a 20-minute break.

Saturday, June 22, 2013 5:50 PM Local Time
Aces and a Chop

Hand #53: From the cutoff Jake Schwartz bumped it up to 32,000 before Salman Behbehani moved all in from the button. Schwartz mucked and Behbehani won the pot.

Hand #54: Jake Schwartz made it 35,000 and won the blinds and antes while showing   

Hand #55: Tobias Wenker made it 32,000 to go with Andrew Kloc making the call from the big blind to see a     flop fall. Kloc checked and Wenker bet out 35,000 which was enough to prompt a fold from Kloc.

Hand #56:
Andrew Kloc limped in and Nacho Barbero checked his option to see a     flop fall. Both players checked as the   landed on the turn and they checked again.

The river was the   and again both players tapped the table and tabled    to chop the pot.

Hand #57:
On the final hand of the level Jake Schwartz opened to 32,000 only to have Simeon Naydenov three-bet to 80,000 from the hi-jack. Schwartz mucked and Naydenov won the hand.

Saturday, June 22, 2013 5:45 PM Local Time
Kropacek Takes Another From Naydenov
Jan Kropacek at the final table
Jan Kropacek at the final table

Hand #49: Andrew Kloc raised to 33,000 from the cutoff and was able to collect the dead big blind and antes with that raise.

Hand #50: Barbero raised to 32,000 and he was called by Jake Schwartz from the big blind. On the flop of     both players checked. The turn was the   and both players checked again to see the   on the river. Both players checked for a third street in a row and Schwartz showed    for a winning pair of sevens.

Hand #51: From the button Tobias Wenker opened to 32,000 and was abole to win the pot when both blinds folded.

Hand #52: Simeon Naydenov opened to 35,000 from under the gun. Kropacek called from the big blind. The flop fell     and Kropacek instantly checked. Naydenov fired out 31,000 and was quickly called by Kropacek. The turn was the   and Kropacek checked to Naydenov again who made a bet of 68,000. Kropacek called. On the   river Kropacek led out with a bet of 154,000 and that was good enough to get Naydenov to fold.

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