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

Friday, June 28, 2013 to Sunday, June 30, 2013

Event #51: $10,000/$1,000 Ladies No-Limit Hold'em Championship

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  • Buy-in: $10,000
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Sunday, June 30, 2013 3:52 PM Local Time
Action Picking Up

Hand #62

Amanda Baker opened to 24,000 from the cut-off, and was called by Leanne Haas on the button as well Eleanor Gudger on the big blind. The flop came down    , as the action checked around to Haas, who's bet of 35,000, was enough to take down the pot.

Hand #63

Chris Priday opened to 25,000, and was called by Leanne Haas, as both saw the flop come down    . Priday threw out a continuation of 30,000 which was called, as the   fell on the turn. This time Priday opted to check, before Haas bet out 57,000, which brought a fold from Priday.

Hand #64

The action folded around to Julie Monsacre, who opened to 25,000, which was enough to take down the blinds and antes.

Hand #65

Amanda Baker opened to 24,000 from middle position, and was called by Leanne Haas on her left, as well as Chris Priday from the small blind. The flop came down    , as Priday checked her option, before Baker threw in a continuation bet of 39,000. Haas then reached for chips, and placed out a raise to 100,000, which saw Priday fold her hand. With the action back on Baker, she stared down her opponent, whilst sitting motionless for several minutes. She eventually folded her hand, as Haas took down the pot.

Hand #66

Chris Priday opened to 25,000 from the button, as the action then fell on Kristen Bicknell on the big blind. She lent over to see how much Priday had behind, before raising it up to 65,000, which was good enough to take down the pot.

Sunday, June 30, 2013 3:37 PM Local Time
Folding Around

Hand #57: Amanda Baker raised to 24,000 and Chris Priday called. Priday checked on the     flop and Baker continued for 29,000. Priday made the call and checked the   with Baker checking behind. Priday checked the   river and Baker bet 60,000. After some thought, Priday made the fold.

Hand #58: Leanne Haas raised to 25,000 and it folded around.

Hand #59: Shana Matthews raised to 25,000 and won the pot.

Hand #60: Eleanor Gudger raised to 25,000 and Kristen Bicknell reraised 80,000 prompting Gudger to fold.

Hand #61: Matthews raised to 25,000 and it folded around.

Sunday, June 30, 2013 3:28 PM Local Time
Bruce Takes Down the Main Hand

Hand #52

Shana Matthews opened to 25,000 from the cut-off, before taking down the blinds and antes in the first hand back from break.

Hand #53

Amanda Baker opened to 24,000 from the button, as both blinds folded their hands.

Hand #54

Connie Bruce opened to 30,000 from under the gun, and was called by Leanne Haas on the button. The flop came down     as both players opted to check. The   fell on the turn, as both players checked once more, to see the   complete the board. Bruce reached for chips, and bet out 50,000, which was enough to take down the pot, as Haas threw her cards into the muck.

Hand #55

Kristen Bicknell opened to 25,000, which was enough to take down the blinds and antes.

Hand #56

Kristen Bicknell took down her second pot in a row, after opening to 25,000, and finding no callers.

Sunday, June 30, 2013 3:19 PM Local Time
Updated Chip Counts
Kristen Bicknell635,000-18,000
Leanne Haas450,000178,000
Chris Priday450,000-5,000
Eleanor Gudger320,000-78,000
Shana Matthews305,00035,000
Amanda Baker275,000-45,000
Connie Bruce254,000-106,000
Julie Monsacre245,00027,000
Sunday, June 30, 2013 3:18 PM Local Time
And We're Back

The ladies are looking refreshed as they made their way back to the table. The first hand has been dealt and we have officially begun level 21.

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Sunday, June 30, 2013 3:18 PM Local Time
Level 21 started
Level: 21
Blinds: 6000/12000
Ante: 2000
Sunday, June 30, 2013 2:57 PM Local Time
Let's Have a Break

The remaining eight players are on their first 20-minute break of the day.

Sunday, June 30, 2013 2:55 PM Local Time
Matthews Is Shoving

Hand #49: Leanne Haas raised to 20,000 and Eleanor Gudger and Chris Priday called at which time Shana Matthews reraised all in. Everyone folded and Shana took the pot.

Hand #50: Gudger raised to 23,000 and Priday reraised to 60,000. Action folded back to Gudger and she released her hand.

Hand #51: Priday raised to 25,000 and Matthews reraised all in. When action returned to Priday, she folded.

Sunday, June 30, 2013 2:54 PM Local Time
Cautious Play at the Final Table

Hand #45

Eleanor Gudger opened to 23,000 from under the gun, which was enough to take down the pot.

Hand #46

Leanne Haas opened to 22,000 from the button, before Eleanor Gudger raised it up to 60,000 from the big blind. Haas thought about her decision for a moment, before finally releasing her hand, as Gudger took down another pot.

Hand #47

Chris Priday opened to 22,000 from under the gun, and was called by Amanda Baker, before Leanne Haas raised it up to 55,000 from the cut-off. Priday got out of the way, before Baker tanked for a minute, before releasing her hand.

Hand #48

Leanne Haas limped into the pot, before Julie Monsacre raised it up to 25,000 from the cut-off. The action folded back around to Haas, who made the call, as both players saw the flop come    . Haas checked over to Monsacre, who threw in a continuation bet of 25,000 which was called, as the   fell on the turn. Both players then opted to check, before doing the same, as the   completed the board. Haas rolled over her   , which ended up taking down the pot, as Monsacre tabled her    for a lower pair.

Sunday, June 30, 2013 2:44 PM Local Time
No Rivers

Hand #40: Bicknell raised to 20,000 and Chris Priday called from the big blind. Priday check-folded to Bicknell's bet of 25,000 on the     flop.

Hand #41: Eleanor Gudger raised to 23,000 and Shana Matthews made the call. Matthews check to Gudger on the     flop. Gudger bet 23,000 and Matthews folded.

Hand #42: Julie Monsacre raised to 22,000 and it folded around.

Hand #43: Leanne Haas raised to 20,000 and it folded around.

Hand #44: Matthews raised to 20,000 from the cutoff and Hass called from the big blind. Haas led for 26,000 on the     flop and Matthews made the call. Leanne continued for 40,000 and Matthews gave it up.

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Sunday, June 30, 2013 2:35 PM Local Time
Bicknell Doubles Through Matthews to take Chip Lead

Shana Matthews, Kristen Bicknell

Hand #36

Kristen Bicknell opened to 20,000 on the button, before Leanne Haas raised it up to 50,000 from the big blind. Bicknell stared down the bet, as well as Haas' stack, before making the call, as both saw the flop come down    . With the option on Haas, she threw out a continuation bet of 55,000, as Bicknell sat up in her chair. She looked down at her cards one last time, before folding her hand, relinquishing the pot to Haas.

Hand #37

Eleanor Gudger opened to 25,000 from under the gun, and watched as everyone folded around, to award her the pot.

Hand #38

Amanda Baker opened to 20,000 from the cut-off, before Julie Monsacre raised it up to 55,000 from the small blind. Baker thought about her decision for just a moment, before releasing her hand.

Hand #39

Shana Matthews opened to 22,000, before Kristen Bicknell opted to raise it up to 55,000. The action folded back around to Matthews who asked Bicknell how much she had, before re-raising all in, which was snap called.

Matthews:   
Bicknell:   

Matthews was behind, but had more chips heading to the flop. The board ran out      , to see Bicknell double up to the chip lead, as Matthews dropped to 270,000.

Kristen Bicknell653,000337,000
Shana Matthews270,000-227,000
Sunday, June 30, 2013 2:24 PM Local Time
More Aggression Preflop

Hand #31: Shana Matthews raised to 22,000 and Kristen Bicknell reraised to 55,000. Action folded back to Matthews who made the call. Matthews led for 80,000 on the     flop and Bicknell released her hand.

Hand #32: Amanda Baker raised to 20,000 and Eleanor Gudger called the raise from the button. Baker continued for 28,000 on the     flop and Gudger folded.

Hand #33: Chris Priday completed the small blind and Matthews raised 25,000 more. Priday folded and Matthews took the pot.

Hand #34: Connie Bruce raised to 23,000 and Kristen Bicknell reraised to 55,000. Bruce released her hand and Bicknell won the pot.

Hand #35: Priday raised to 26,000 and it folded around.

Sunday, June 30, 2013 2:16 PM Local Time
Monsacre Doubles to Stay Alive

Hand #28

Kristen Bicknell opened to 20,000 from the button, and was called by Leanne Haas on the big blind. The flop came down    , as Haas threw out a bet of 18,000 which was called. The   fell on the turn, and Haas checked her option, before letting it go, when Bicknell placed out a bet of 40,000 in chips.

Hand #29

The action folded around to Amanda Baker on the button, who opened to 20,000, which saw both blinds fold their hands.

Hand #30

Kristen Bicknell opened to 20,000, before Amanda Baker bumped it up to 50,000. Julie Monsacre then opted to move all in, totalling 90,000 in chips. Bicknell quickly mucked her hand, before Baker asked for a count, contemplating her decision. She eventually made the call, as both players tabled their hands.

Baker:   
Monsacre:   

Monsacre was at risk but in front, until the flop came down    , giving Baker the lead with a pair of queens. The   on the turn gave Monsacre some extra outs, as she was looking to hit and ace, king, ten or diamond to win the pot.

An eruption followed, as the   completed the board, giving Monsacre the win with a flush, as she doubled up to 218,000 in chips.

Amanda Baker320,000-5,000
Julie Monsacre218,00030,000
Sunday, June 30, 2013 1:58 PM Local Time
Level 20 started
Level: 20
Blinds: 5000/10000
Ante: 1000
Sunday, June 30, 2013 1:56 PM Local Time
Starting To See Some More Flops

Hand #23: Chris Priday raised to 20,000 and Shana Matthews made the call. Priday led for 25,000 on the     and Matthews called. Priday continued with a bet of 25,000 on the   turn and Matthews made the call again. Priday checked the   river and Matthews bet 100,000. Priday folded and Matthews took the pot.

Hand #24: Matthews raised to 18,000 and Leanne Haas reraised to 40,000. Action folded back to Matthews and she folded but not before she stared down Haas for a bit.

Hand #25: Amanda Baker raised to 16,000 and Julie Monsacre, Chris Priday and Shana Matthews made the call. All four players checked the     flop. Priday checked the   turn and Matthews bet 25,000. Baker and Monsacre folded back to Priday who made the call. Both Priday and Matthews checked the   river. Priday showed    for a set and Matthews mucked her cards.

Hand #26: Leanne Haas raised to 16,000 and it folded around.

Level 20 has begun with the blinds at 5,000/10,000 and a 1,000 ante.

Hand #27: Haas raised to 20,000 and Baker made the call. Both players checked the     flop. Baker bet 20,000 on the   turn and Haas made the call. Baker led for 35,000 on the   river and Haas folded.

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Sunday, June 30, 2013 1:50 PM Local Time
Monsacre Applies the Pressure

Hand #18

Connie Bruce opened to 20,000 from the cut-off, before being met with raise to 40,000 from Chris Priday. The blinds folded, as did Bruce, as Priday took down the pot.

Hand #19

Shana Matthews opened to 18,000 from the button, before Kristen Bicknell looked down at her cards, and threw in a raise to 55,000 from the small blind. Matthews thought about her decision for a moment, before folding her hand.

Hand #20

Eleanor Gudger opened to 17,000, which was enough to take down the blinds and antes.

Hand #21

Shana Matthews opened to 18,000, as she too took down the blinds and antes.

Hand #22

Shana Matthews opened once again to 18,000, and was called by Amanda Baker. With the action on Julie Monsacre, she opted to move all in for her remaining 102,000 in chips. Matthews folded her hand, as Baker went into the tank. She thought about her decision for almost a minute, before releasing her hand, as Monsacre scooped in the pot.

Sunday, June 30, 2013 1:45 PM Local Time
Cindy Kerslake Eliminated in 9th Place ($12,389)

Cindy Kerslake

Hand #16: Amanda Baker raised to 21,000 and Eleanor Gudger called from the button. Both players checked the     flop. Baker check-called the   turn after Gudger bet 20,000. Baker checked the   river and Gudger bet 30,000. Baker called with    and Gudger showed   . Baker took the first pot that went to the river.

Hand #17: Cindy Kerslake moved all in for her final 59,000 from early position. Baker, on her direct left, made the call.

Kerslake:   
Baker:   

Kerslake survived the     flop and the [a] turn. It would be the   river that gave Baker a set and would send Cindy home in 9th place.

Amanda Baker325,00048,000
Cindy Kerslake0-100,000
Sunday, June 30, 2013 1:36 PM Local Time
Gudger and Priday Win Some Pots

Hand #11

Kristen Bicknell opened to 16,000 from the button, as both blinds folded their hands.

Hand #12

Eleanor Gudger opened to 17,000 from middle position, which was enough to win the pot.

Hand #13

Chris Priday opened the pot with a bet of 18,000, which saw her take down the blinds and antes.

Hand #14

The action folded around to the blinds, before Julie Monsacre opened to 20,000, and was called by Eleanor Gudger. The flop came down    , as Monsacre checked her option, before folding to a bet of 20,000 from Gudger.

Hand #15

Chris Priday opened to 20,000 and was called by Shana Matthews, as the two saw the flop come    . Both players opted to check, before the   fell on the turn. A bet of 25,000 from Priday was enough to take down the pot, as Matthews folded her hand.

Sunday, June 30, 2013 1:27 PM Local Time
The First 3-Bet

Hand #6: Shana Matthews raised to 16,000 and it folded around.

Hand #7: Amanda Baker raised to 16,000 and Chris Priday called from the big blind. Both players checked the     flop. Priday led for 20,000 on the   turn and both players check the   river. Priday showed    for a pair of threes but Baker had the better pair with a   .

Hand #8: Eleanor Gudger raised to 17,000 and Matthews called. Both players checked the     flop. Mathews led on the   turn and Gudger folded.

Hand #9: Leanne Haas raised to 16,000 and it folded around.

Hand #10: Baker raised to 16,000 and Connie Bruce reraised to 35,000. Baker folded and Bruce took the pot.

Sunday, June 30, 2013 1:17 PM Local Time
The Opening Hands

Hand #1

Julie Monsacre opened to 16,000 from middle position, before Shana Matthews raised it up to 40,000, which was enough to take down the first hand of the final table.

Hand #2

Shana Matthews opened to 16,000 from the cut-off, before Kristen Bicknell raised it to 37,000 from the button. Matthews quickly folded her hand, relinquishing the pot to Bicknell.

Hand #3

The hand started with Connie Bruce opening to 20,000, as Amanda Baker made the call. The flop came down    . Bruce threw out a continuation bet of 40,000, which was too much for Baker, as she folded her hand.

Hand #4

The table folded around to Leanne Haas in the small blind, who opened to 28,000, which saw Julie Monsacre fold her hand, giving up her big blind.

Hand #5

Kristen Bicknell raised to 16,000, which was enough to take down the blinds and antes.

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