WSOP | Tournaments | Event Updates
Auto Refresh Rate:
Competition:
GO

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

Tuesday, June 25, 2013 to Thursday, June 27, 2013

Event #45: $1,500 Ante Only No-Limit Hold'em

download official reportdownload official winner photo
  • Buy-in: $1,500
  • Prizepool: $915,300
  • Entries: 678
  • Remaining: 0

EVENT UPDATES

view updates for day:
Thursday, June 27, 2013 5:12 PM Local Time
Hinkle Staying Active

Hand #63- Four players limped in to see a flop of    . Blair Hinkle fired out 18,000, and Louis Bonnecaze made the call. The turn was the  , and Hinkle checked this time to Bonnecaze, who fired out 34,000. Hinkle put out a check raise to 104,000. Bonnecaze folded his hand, and Hinkle took down another pot.

Hand #64- All five players limped in for a flop of    . It was checked to Bonnecaze, who fired out 20,000, which was good enough to take down the pot.

Hand #65- Ben Volpe made it 20,000 to go, and Hinkle reraised to 48,000. Volpe folded his hand, and Hinkle took one down.

Hand #66- Bonnecaze made it 25,000, and Hinkle made the call. The flop came down    , and Bonnecaze fired out 35,000, and Hinkle called. The   hit the turn, and both players checked. The   hit the river, and both players checked again. Bonnecaze showed    for two pair, and it was good.

Thursday, June 27, 2013 5:02 PM Local Time
Horacio Chaves Eliminated in 6th Place ($33,371)

Horacio Chaves is eliminated in 6th place

Hand #59

The remaining six players limped into the pot, as the flop came down    . The action checked over to Chris Moorman, who bet out 20,000 and was only called by Blair Hinkle. The   fell on the turn, as Moorman slowed down, checking his option, as did Hinkle. The river produced the  , and Moorman checked for the last time, before Hinkle placed out a bet of 45,000. Moorman sat there, looking blankly at the board, before releasing his hand into the muck.

Hand #60

Five players limped into the pot, before the flop came down    . Chris Moorman bet out 25,000, and was called by Louis Bonnecaze, as both saw the   fall on the turn. Moorman quickly reached for chips, and threw out 55,000, as Bonnecaze thought about his decision. Almost a minute passed, before he raised it up to 115,000, as Moorman now took his time to decide his next move. He eventually opted to call, as the   completed the board.

Moorman checked, as Bonnecaze sat motionless in his chair, staring at the board. He finally checked and showed    for trip eights, as Moorman's cards went into the muck.

Hand #61

Blair Hinkle raised to 28,000, and Ben Volpe made the call. The flop came down    , as Hinkle threw in a continuation bet of 32,000, which was enough to take down the pot.

Hand #62

Three players limped into the pot, before Horacio Chaves raised it up to 28,000. Paul Lieu then raised it up to 101,000, before Chaves quickly announced all in, which was snap called.

Chaves:   
Lieu:   

The board would be no help for Chaves, as it ran out       to see him eliminated in 6th place.

Thursday, June 27, 2013 4:42 PM Local Time
Adam Stone Eliminated in 7th Place ($25,472)

Adam Stone is eliminated in 7th place

Hand #58

Four players limped in, and Blair HInkle made it 33,000 to go. Adam Stone moved all in for 32,000, and everyone else folded.

Hinkle:   
Stone:   

Hinkle held the lead, but Stone was drawing very live. It wasn't meant to be for him, as the board came down      , giving Hinkle the small bustout.

Blair Hinkle650,00031,000
Adam Stone0-313,000
Thursday, June 27, 2013 4:40 PM Local Time
Stone Crippled, then Doubles

Adam Stone doubles up

Hand #54

Chris Moorman raised it up to 23,000, before the action folded around to Horacio Chaves. After thinking about his decision for a minute, he opted to move all in, producing a quick fold from Moorman.

Hand #55

Louis Bonnecaze raised to 26,000, before being met with a raise to 63,000 from Ben Volpe. After a short pause, Bonnecaze made the call as both saw the flop come down    . Bonnecaze checked his option, before Volpe threw in a continuation bet of 66,000, which was enough to take down the pot.

Hand #56

The two shortest stacks, Paul Lieu and Adam Stone committed the last of their chips in pre-flop, before both tabled their cards.

Lieu:   
Stone:   

Lieu was at risk with the shorter stack, but the board of       would fall in his favour, as he doubled up, leaving Stone with less than an ante behind.

Hand #57

Adam Stone was all in for less the ante. Paul Lieu made the call, as did Chris Moorman, and Louis Bonnecaze raised to 32,000. The other's folded, as the cards were turned over.

Bonnecaze:   
Stone:   

Board:      

Stone flopped a pair, to stay alive in the tournament.

Thursday, June 27, 2013 4:28 PM Local Time
Chaves Doubles Through Lieu

Hand #51-Paul Lieu limped in, and Chris Moorman made it 33,000 to go. Blair Hinkle then reraised to 70,000, and it folded back to Moorman. He folded after a minute of tanking, and HInkle took down the pot.

Hand #52- Ben Volpe made it 26,000 to go, and he took down the antes.

Hand #53- Horacio Chaves opened the action by moving all in for 116,000. It folded around to Paul Lieu, who made call.

Chaves:   
Lieu:   

Lieu let out a laugh when he saw that he was dominated by a slightly better pocket pair. He would need to catch a ten, but it never happened, as the board ran down      .

After that hand, Chaves is back up to 250,000, while Lieu is down to 140,000.

Horacio Chaves250,00079,000
Paul Lieu140,000-120,000
PlayWSOP
Thursday, June 27, 2013 4:24 PM Local Time
Lieu Stays Alive

Paul Lieu doubles up

Hand #49

Chris Moorman raised to 13,000, before Louis Bonnecaze made the call. The flop came down    , as Moorman threw out a continuation bet of 33,000. Bonnecaze called, as both saw the   fall on the turn. Moorman then opted to check, as his opponent splashed a bet of 45,000 into the middle, which was enough to take down the pot.

Hand #50

Paul Lieu raised it up to 105,000 in chips, leaving 4,000 behind. Chris Moorman didn't realise the chips behind, and made the call, as both players saw the flop come down    . There, Lieu committed his remaining chips, and was called, as both players tabled their cards.

Moorman:   
Lieu:   

Moorman had out-flopped Lieu, and it looked like another player was going to hit the rail. However, Lieu was able to spike a   on the turn, giving him a set, as the   completed the board.

Chris Moorman540,000-124,000
Paul Lieu260,000131,000
Thursday, June 27, 2013 4:14 PM Local Time
Play Resumes

And we're underway!

Thursday, June 27, 2013 4:03 PM Local Time
Updated Chip Counts!

Here are the chip counts of the remaining players, when they return from their breaks.

Chris Moorman664,000364,000
Blair Hinkle619,000-61,000
Louis Bonnecaze584,000-66,000
Ben Volpe579,000129,000
Adam Stone313,00043,000
Horacio Chaves171,000-69,000
Paul Lieu129,000-131,000
Thursday, June 27, 2013 3:50 PM Local Time
Break Time

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

Thursday, June 27, 2013 3:49 PM Local Time
Moorman Loses Big, Then Wins Big

Hand #44

Three players limped in, and Chris Moorman made it 29,000 to go. Ben Volpe then reraised to 63,000. It got back around to Moorman, and he kicked his hand in, giving Volpe the pot.

Hand #45

Ben Volpe made it 24,000 to go, and Chris Moorman called. Blair put on the squeeze to 58,000, and Volpe made the call. Moorman also called, and the flop came down    . It was checked through, and the   came on the turn. Volpe checked to Moorman, who fired out 60,000. Both his opponents folded, and Moorman took it down.

Hand #46

Moorman made it 20,000 to go, and Ben Volpe called from the button. The flop came    , and Moorman c-bet to 33,000. Volpe made the call, and the   hit the turn. Moorman stayed aggressive with a bet of 83,000, and again, Volpe just made the call. The river brought the  , and Moorman slowed down and checked this time. Volpe fired out 97,000, and Moorman folded his hand, giving Volpe a good sized pot.

Hand #47

Facing three limpers in front of him, Adam Stone moved all in. Everyone else folded, and he took down the pot.

Hand #48

Three players limped in before Paul Lieu made it 20,000 to go. Chris Moorman made the call from the button, and the two players went heads up to a flop of    . Lieu checked to Moorman, who grabbed chips, and fired out a bet of 35,000. Lieu came along to see the   hit the turn, and Lieu checked again. Moorman did likewise, and the   hit the river. Lieu checked a third time, and Moorman bet out 81,000. Lieu tanked for quite some time into the break, and he eventually called. Moorman showed    for top pair, and Lieu mucked his hand.

SuperDraft - Free Sportsbook
Thursday, June 27, 2013 3:34 PM Local Time
Hinkle Takes the Chip Lead, Moorman gets Aggressive

Hand #39

Blair Hinkle raised it up to 28,000, before Adam Stone moved all in over the top, which was enough to take down the pot.

Hand #40

Chris Moorman raised it up to 31,000, as Blair Hinkle made the call. Both players then saw the flop come    , before both players checked their options. The   made it way to the turn, and Moorman once again checked. Hinkle reached for chips, and placed out a bet of 33,000, which forced a fold from Moorman almost instantly.

Hand #41

Three players limped into the pot, before Horacio Chaves moved all in, which was good enough to take down the pot.

Hand #42

Four players limped into the pot, before Ben Volpe raised it to 26,000. He was awarded for his patience, as his opponents folded their hands.

Hand #43

The hand started with four players limping into the pot, before Louis Bonnecaze raised it up to 35,000. Action folded back around to Chris Moorman, who made the call, as both players saw the flop come    . Moorman checked, as Bonnecaze placed out a continuation bet off 55,000, which was called shortly after. The   made its way on the turn, as Moorman checked once more, and Bonnecaze checked after a longer pause. Both players then checked the   on the river, before Moorman tabled his    for a pair of nines, which was good to take down the pot.

Thursday, June 27, 2013 3:26 PM Local Time
Danny Johnson Eliminated in 8th Place ($19,660)

Dan Johnson

We had some internet issues in the amazon room, and as a result, lost our post with the last three hands. In one of those, Danny Johnson was eliminated when he shoved with    on a     flop. Blair Hinkle looked him up with   , and the   on the turn gave Johnson a flush, but Hinkle an unbeatable full house. Hinkle's rail erupted as he jumped up to 600,000, while Danny Johnson bowed out in 8th place.

Blair Hinkle600,000180,000
Danny Johnson0-200,000
Thursday, June 27, 2013 3:11 PM Local Time
Updated Chippies
Louis Bonnecaze700,00020,000
Blair Hinkle420,000226,000
Ben Volpe400,000-180,000
Chris Moorman370,000-65,000
Adam Stone270,000-40,000
Paul Lieu260,000-230,000
Horacio Chaves240,000-33,000
Danny Johnson200,000-210,000
Thursday, June 27, 2013 3:10 PM Local Time
Bonnecaze and Hinkle Add to Their Stacks

Hand #31

All eight players limped into the pot, as the flop came down    . The action folded around to Chris Moorman, who bet out 22,000, as it folded back around to Horacio Chaves. He raised it up to 55,000, as Moorman thought for a minute, continuously looking down at Chaves' stack, before opting to lay down his hand.

Hand #32

After several limps, Blair Hinkle raised it up to 28,000, before Daniel Johnson raised it up to 56,000. With the action back on Hinkle, he paused for a moment, before moving all in, which was good enough to take down the pot, as Johnson's cards flew quickly into the muck.

Hand #33

Louis Bonnecaze raised to 35,000 following a limp from Chris Moorman, before the rest of the table, including Moorman, folded their hands.

Hand #34

Louis Bonnecaze again raised it up to 35,000, which was good enough to take down his second pot in a row.

Hand #35

Blair Hinkle limped into the pot, before Adam Stone raised it up to 24,000. Chris Moorman asked for a count, before bumping it up to 62,000 in chips. With the action back on Hinkle, he moved all in, producing a snap fold from Stone, as Moorman followed shortly after.

Thursday, June 27, 2013 2:56 PM Local Time
Moorman Spikes Unlikely Double

Hand #28- Seven players saw a flop of    , and Paul Lieu fired out 12,000. That bet got through, as everyone folded their hand.

Hand #29- Six players limped in to see the flop come down    . Blair Hinkle tossed out 18,000, and the rest of the limpers got out of the day.

Hand #30- Horacio Chaves limped in, and Chris Moorman moved all in for 211,000. Adam Stone then moved all in over the top, and Moorman was in trouble.

Moorman:   
Stone:   

The flop was dry for Moorman, coming    . He could only catch a three now, and the dealer brought the   out of nowhere on the turn. Moorman's rail erupted while he sat motionless, knowing the hand wasn't over. Stone could catch up if a jack came on the river, but that card was the  .

After taking that down, Moorman is now up to 435,000, while Stone dropped to 310,000.

Chris Moorman435,000211,000
Adam Stone310,000-225,000
Velo 690x150
Thursday, June 27, 2013 2:49 PM Local Time
Pressure on Hinkle

Hand #23

Three players limped into the pot, before Blair Hinkle raised it up to 24,000. Daniel Johnson looked over at Hinkle's stack, before making the call. The flop came down    , as Johnson checked his option. Hinkle threw out a continuation bet of 16,000, which was enough to take down the pot, after a short pause from his opponent.

Hand #24

Adam Stone raised it up to 21,000, before Ben Volpe re-raised to 52,000. The action folded back around to Stone, who bumped it up to 115,000 in chips. Volpe looked over at Stone, and eyed off his stack, as he sat there thinking about his next move. He eventually let it go, as Stone took down the pot.

Hand #25

Chris Moorman moved all in for 126,000 in chips, which was enough to take down the pot, as one-by-one, his opponents, folded their hands.

Hand #26

Blair Hinkle raised it up to 23,000, before being met with an all in from Chris Moorman. The bet was too much for Hinkle to call, as his cards went into the muck.

Hand #27

Blair Hinkle raised once more for 24,000, before Paul Lieu moved all in over the top. The count was 196,000 in chips, as Hinkle thought about his decision for a few minutes. He eventually opted to fold, as Lieu took down the pot.

Thursday, June 27, 2013 2:32 PM Local Time
Volpe and Lieu Click It Back

Hand #18- Paul Lieu made it 26,000 to go. Danny Johnson was the lone caller, and the flop came down    . Lieu checked to Johnson who did the same. The   on the turn, and Lieu fired out 28,000. Johnson folded, and Lieu took the pot down.

Hand #19- Ben Volpe raised it up to 26,000 after Lieu limped, and Lieu called the raise. The flop brought low cards,    , and Lieu checked to Volpe, who threw out 28,000. Lieu check raised it to 56,000. Volpe tanked for about 90 seconds before he clicked it back to 84,000. Lieu tanked for a couple of minutes before folding his hand, and Volpe took down the pot.

Hand #20- Six players limped in before Blair Hinkle made it 23,000 to go. Everyone folded, and Hinkle took down the pot.

Hand #21- Lieu and Volpe limped in, and Danny Johnson made it 23,000. Louis Bonnecaze then reraised to 60,000, and it got back around to Johnson. He too laid his hand down, and Bonnecaze took down another.

Hand #22- Seven players limped in to take a flop of    . It checked around to Adam Stone, who fired out 16,000. Action folded to Horacio Chaves, and he was the lone caller. The turn was the  , and Stone checked to Chaves, who fired out 40,000. Stone quickly folded, and the pot was sent to Chaves.

Thursday, June 27, 2013 2:16 PM Local Time
Lieu Almost Eliminates Another, Stone Doubles

Hand #17

Paul Lieu raised it up to 26,000 after four players limped into the pot. Horacio Chaves made the call, before Chris Moorman raised it up 75,000 after beginning proceedings with the bring in. It folded around to Adam Stone who then opted to move all in for 206,000 in chips, after previously limping into the pot as well. With the action back on Lieu, he made the call, as Chaves and Moorman got out of the way.

Lieu:   
Stone:   

The board ran out      , to see Stone flop a set of queens and win the hand, as he doubles up to 535,000 in chips.

Adam Stone535,000281,000
Thursday, June 27, 2013 2:10 PM Local Time
Samuel Panzica Eliminated in 9th Place ($15,331)

Sam Panzica

Hand #16

There were four limpers before Paul Lieu raised it up to 26,000. Samuel Panzica then moved all in for 136,000 behind Lieu, and the limpers quickly folded. It got back to Lieu, and he made the call.

Lieu:   
Panzica:   

Panica was in rough shape, and he didn't get much help on the     flop. He was still looking for a jack, but the   on the turn ended things. The meaningless river was the  , and Panzica was sent packing in ninth place, while Lieu is back up to 550,000.

Paul Lieu550,000157,000
Samuel Panzica0-103,000
Thursday, June 27, 2013 2:06 PM Local Time
Let's Limp it Up!

Hand #11

Five players limped into the pot, before Chris Moorman raised it up to 25,000. Louis Bonnecaze was to his left, and raised it up to 75,000. The table folded back around to Moorman, who gave up the hand, as Bonnecaze continues where he left off before the break.

Hand #12

Seven players limped into the pot, before Blair Hinkle moved all in, bringing a string of folds, to see him take down the pot.

Hand #13

Almost everyone on the table limped into the pot, before the flop came down    . Sam Panzica was first to act, and moved all in, which secured him the pot.

Hand #14

Daniel Johnson raised it up to 17,000, as Paul Lieu made the call. The flop came down    , as Johnson threw out a continuation bet of 21,000. Lieu thought for a moment, before making the call. The   fell on the turn, as Johnson slowed down, checking his option. Lieu reached for his stack, and threw out a bet of 21,000, as Johnson went into the tank. He asked for a count, as he leaned over the table to look at Lieu's stack, before making the call. The   completed the board, as both players quickly checked.

Johnson rolled over his    for a full house, as Lieu's cards flew into the muck.

Hand #15

Chris Moorman raised it up to 17,000 and was called by Louis Bonnecaze and Daniel Johnson. The flop came down     as Johnson checked his option, before Moorman threw out a continuation bet of 29,000. Bonnecaze quickly folded, as Johnson thought a little longer about his decision, before mucking his hand, relinquishing the pot to Moorman.

PlayWSOP