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2011 World Series of Poker

Event #58: $10,000 Main Event

Día 5 completado

Escrito 2011-07-17 18:42 GMT
Event #58: $10,000 Main Event
Día 5 completado

Day 6 Table and Seat Draw

• Nivel 22: 10,000-20,000, 3,000 ante
TableSeatPlayerChips
3121Phil Collins4,109,000
3122Robin Jens Colbin381,000
3123Joseph Cheong1,988,000
3124Giuseppe Pastura2,095,000
3125Matthew Wantman916,000
3126Harold Wasson736,000
3127Lance Steinberg900,000
3128Mario Silvestri1,089,000
3129Christian Harder1,624,000
    
3141Andrew Brokos1,572,000
3142James Ruszkiewicz193,000
3143Carl Olson531,000
3144John Esposito860,000
3145Matthew Kay1,880,000
3146Chris Bonita939,000
3147Stefan Huber1,789,000
3148Ruben Visser1,127,000
3149Feming Chan631,000
    
3161Marton Czuczor1,426,000
3162Erika Moutinho878,000
3163Ryan Lenaghan2,383,000
3164Guillaume Darcourt1,587,000
3165Thomas Oldcroft470,000
3166Thomas Pedersen565,000
3167Sam Barnhart3,065,000
3168David Barter2,017,000
3169Rupert Elder933,000
    
3181Blake Bohn539,000
3182Kenny Shih928,000
3183Vladimir Geshkenbein2,536,000
3184Frank Sinopoli1,191,000
3185Timothy Adams358,000
3186Jonathan Seelbach1,107,000
3187David Sands1,620,000
3188Stuart Tuvey1,667,000
3189Jody Howe1,062,000
    
3201Andrew Hinrichsen374,000
3202Evan McNiff1,319,000
3203Eli Elezra707,000
3204Paul Spitzberg1,170,000
3205Pius Heinz4,699,000
3206Jean-Robert Bellande1,230,000
3207--empty----
3208Tri Huynh3,173,000
3209Hilton Laborda1,816,000
    
3221Amanda Musumeci738,000
3222Jonathan Pinx219,000
3223Fabio Sousa644,000
3224Scott Schwalich1,672,000
3225Mitchell Cogert630,000
3226Andrey Pateychuk1,334,000
3227Per Linde2,986,000
3228Brian Yoon2,341,000
3229Jamie Shaevel879,000
    
3241Tony Hachem2,067,000
3242Magnus Persson1,401,000
3243Nathan Meyvis900,000
3244Gionni Demers1,522,000
3245Chris DeMaci1,403,000
3246Martin Staszko2,433,000
3247Marius Maciukas276,000
3248Kyle Johnson4,654,000
3249Jimmie Guinther486,000
    
3261Bryan Devonshire3,342,000
3262Matt Giannetti1,900,000
3263Bounahra Badih640,000
3264Pablo Ubierna1,373,000
3265Jeff Becker632,000
3266Sorel Mizzi500,000
3267Alexander Dietrich388,000
3268Tyler Bonkowski2,728,000
3269Seth Davies823,000
    
3281Wai Cheng753,000
3282Michael DeGilio765,000
3283Steve Brecher736,000
3284Marc Mclaughlin570,000
3285Robert Peltecki241,000
3286Jared Vengrin1,040,000
3287Chamath Palihapitiya555,000
3288Stephane Albertini2,789,000
3289Mathew Frankland1,834,000
    
3301Frank Calo1,686,000
3302JP Kelly2,664,000
3303Guerfi Mesbah672,000
3304Ben Lamb4,032,000
3305Massimiliano Martinez1,406,000
3306Vasily Tsapko1,262,000
3307Mars Callahan1,539,000
3308Konstantinos Mamaliadis1,194,000
3309Fred Berger2,119,000
    
3321Ben Mintz1,046,000
3322Guy Gorelik1,625,000
3323Zohair Karim462,000
3324Alex Moore2,577,000
3325Peter Feldman827,000
3326Sami Kelopuro936,000
3327Jerry Van Strydonck1,592,000
3328Ryan Jaconetti770,000
3329Julian Stuer2,390,000
    
3341Tom Koral2,417,000
3342Thomas Grey3,262,000
3343Daryl Jace2,110,000
3344John Hewitt1,036,000
3345Alexander Debus535,000
3346Duane Alexander397,000
3347Bryan Follain2,056,000
3348Jens Kyllonen1,988,000
3349Aaron Jones607,000
    
3361Benjamin Logan1,660,000
3362Cortland Mcjannet829,000
3363Nelson Robinson1,422,000
3364Eoghan Odea929,000
3365David Bach4,706,000
3366Tahsyn Mekani704,000
3367Niall Charlton1,791,000
3368Ahtoh Makiievskyi1,806,000
3369Patrick McNamara718,000
    
3381Lars Bonding3,327,000
3382Philipp Gruissem1,262,000
3383Minh Nguyen1,100,000
3384Aleksandr Mozhnyakov3,462,000
3385Erick Lindgren385,000
3386Ara Melikian420,000
3387Aaron Ruppert681,000
3388Steve Rawle1,700,000
3389Samuel Holden2,281,000
    
3401Nicolas Fierro671,000
3402Bryan Colin767,000
3403Bolivar Palacios1,930,000
3404Gregory Kaplan744,000
3405Khoa Nguyen1,732,000
3406Marc-Andre Ladouceur1,942,000
3407Allen Cunningham641,000
3408James Page2,080,000
3409Cory Albertson258,000
    
3421Christopher Moore902,000
3422Hoi Lee2,489,000
3423Ray Henson795,000
3424Sebastian Ruthenberg3,354,000
3425--empty----
3426Matthew Salsberg927,000
3427Claudia Crawford1,880,000
3428Jacob Bazeley820,000
3429Peter Gelencser1,786,000

Official End-of-Day Chip Counts

David Bach 4,706,000 2,306,000
Pius Heinz 4,699,000 2,819,000
Kyle Johnson 4,654,000 3,004,000
Phil Collins 4,109,000 3,184,000
Ben Lamb 4,032,000 2,232,000
Aleksandr Mozhnyakov 3,462,000 2,942,000
Sebastian Ruthenberg 3,354,000 1,436,000
Lars Bonding 3,327,000 1,797,000
Bryan Devonshire 3,292,000 2,447,000
Thomas Grey 3,262,000 2,002,000
Tri Huynh 3,173,000 1,943,000
Sam Barnhart 3,065,000 1,355,000
Per Linde 2,986,000 1,977,000
Stephane Albertini 2,789,000 1,089,000
Tyler Bonkowski 2,728,000 2,437,000
JP Kelly 2,664,000 1,364,000
Alex Moore 2,577,000 1,217,000
Vladimir Geshkenbein 2,536,000 616,000
Hoi Lee 2,489,000 969,000
Martin Staszko 2,433,000 1,968,000
Tom Koral 2,417,000 1,687,000
Julian Stuer 2,390,000 1,695,000
2,383,000
Brian Yoon 2,341,000 1,891,000
Samuel Holden 2,281,000 1,031,000

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The Future is Now For Bach Who Leads The Field

• Nivel 22: 10,000-20,000, 3,000 ante
David Bach
David Bach

Day 5 of the 2011 WSOP Main Event was the first where all of the players who started the day were in the money. The bustouts came at a torrid pace and of the 378 players that began, we believe that 142 remain after four levels of play. Leading the field is David Bach at 4,706,000 who is followed by Pius Heinz (4,699,000), Kyle Johnson (4,654,000), Phil Collins (4,109,000) and Ben Lamb (4,032,000) who are the only other players above the four million mark.

One of the key hands for Bach was near the end of the day when Bach got it in bad preflop with {K-Spades}{K-Diamonds} against Max Heinzelmann’s {A-Spades}{A-Hearts}. The flop had Bach very live though as it came {Q-Diamonds}{7-Diamonds}{4-Diamonds} to give him a flush draw. The {6-Hearts} on the turn changed nothing but Bach spiked the {3-Diamonds} on the river to nail his flush and bust Heinzelmann.

The chip lead changed numerous times throughout the day between Bach, Heinz and Lamb with a few others thrown in there for brief periods. But the man who started the day ahead, Manoj Viswanathan, didn’t hang onto it for very long. By dinner break, he was already shockingly gone at the hands of David Barter who took a couple of big pots off Viswanathan throughout the day until Viswanathan ran his pocket queens into Barter’s aces to bust.

Some other big stacks and notables still left include Bryan Devonshire,Thomas Grey, Lars Bonding, Aleksandr Mozhnyakov, Sam Barnhart, Sebastian Ruthenberg, JP Kelly, Tom Koral, David Barter, Tony Hachem, Jean-Robert Bellande, Andrew Brokos, Aaron Jones, Tyler Bonkowski, Daryl Jace, Allen Cunningham, Joseph Cheong, Bryan Colin, Ruben Visser, Sami Kelopuro, Ray Henson, David Sands, Sorel Mizzi, Eli Elezra and Erick Lindgren.

There are also three women still left in the field, each with a chance to become the first woman to make the November Nine. They are Claudia Crawford, Amanda Musumeci and Erika Moutinho.

A bunch of those who weren’t lucky enough to make it through the day included Daniel Negreanu, Darus Suharto, Freddy Deeb, John Cernuto, Jon Turner, Alex Kamberis, Robert Mcgreevy-Iler, Carter King, Peter Jetten, Kevin Saul, Paul Volpe, Joe Tehan, Matt Stout, Mark Newhouse, Garry Gates and Martin De Knijff.

Play will resume tomorrow at 12 p.m. PST where five levels of play are scheduled however we shall see if they reduce the number of levels played down to four. In any case, we certainly hope to see you back here again at PokerNews where we will have all of your coverage of the WSOP Main Event.

Tough Sweat for Mclaughlin

Massimiliano Martinez opened for 40,000 on the button and Marc Mclaughlin raised to 95,000 from the small blind. Once the big blind folded Martinez moved all in and Mclaughlin called.

The flipped their hands over and Martinez had {A-Spades} {K-Hearts} and Mclaughlin had {10-Spades} {10-Diamonds}. The dealer announced all in and call, but ESPN producers didn't have a camera crew in the area. The dealer was told to wait while other hands finished before running the board. Once they arrived a few more ticks on the clock went by until they were ready to shoot the hand.

The board ran {5-Spades} {3-Spades} {4-Hearts} {2-Spades} {10-Hearts} and Martinez earned a double up with his straight.

Massimiliano Martinez 1,110,000 395,000
Marc Mclaughlin 1,050,000 -750,000

Tags/etiquetas: Marc MclaughlinMassimiliano Martinez

Faro Falls to Tsapko

Tim Faro
Tim Faro

We're not sure of the betting, but Timothy Faro ultimately ended up all in for 350,000 in the big blind with {A-Spades}{8-Hearts} and up against the {K-Clubs}{J-Clubs} of Vasily Tsapko. Faro was the one at risk, but he was ahead with his ace. Unfortunately for him, the {K-Spades}{Q-Diamonds}{3-Hearts} flop changed all that as Tsapko hit a king.

The {3-Clubs} brought Faro one step closer to elimination, but it was the {Q-Hearts} that sent him out the door. Tsapko is up to 1.59 million.

Vasily Tsapko 1,590,000 227,000
Timothy Faro Eliminado

Tags/etiquetas: Timothy FaroVasily Tsapko

Laborda Snaps Off Wantman

We caught up with the action on the turn with 340,000 in the pot already on board reading {5-Hearts}{5-Diamonds}{7-Clubs}{K-Diamonds}. Hilton Laborda led out for 215,000 from middle position and was called by his lone opponent - Matthew Wantman on the button.

The {Q-Hearts} completed the board and Laborda checked, prompting a 425,000 bet from Wantman. Laborda fell deep into the tank, but eventually slid out a call. Wantman showed {A-Clubs}{10-Spades} for a bluff and Laborda tabled {Q-Clubs}{9-Clubs} for a rivered two-pair, which was good for the pot.

Hilton Laborda 2,140,000 310,000
Matthew Wantman 675,000 -925,000

Tags/etiquetas: HIlton LabordaMatthew Wantman

Sands Doubles After Great Flop

We didn't catch any of the action, but we went over to David "Doc" Sands's table and saw that he was in the middle of a huge pot. The flop read out {a-Diamonds}{8-Spades}{7-Clubs}, and Sands had gotten the rest of his nearly 750,000 in chips in the middle. Giuseppe Pastura looked him up, and when the cards were flipped, Sands was well outfront.

Sands: {7-Diamonds}{7-Clubs}
Pastura: {a-Hearts}{k-Diamonds}

Despite Pastrua flopping top pair top kicker, he was miles behind Sands, who flopped bottom set. Despite being well out front, we all know thats its never easy in poker, as the {8-Diamonds} hit the turn, giving Pastura outs for a better full house. Needing an ace or an eight on the river to score the sick suckout, Pastura whiffed, as the river came the {10-Spades}.

Sands is now sitting on 1.5 million, while Pastura is down to 2 million after that hand.

Giuseppe Pastura 2,000,000 -750,000
David Sands 1,500,000 670,000

Tags/etiquetas: Giuseppe PasturaDavid Sands

Howe Do You Like That?

With 120,000 in the pot and a flop of {9-Diamonds}{3-Diamonds}{8-Clubs}, Jody Howe checked from middle position and Ray Henson fired out 56,000 from the cutoff. Howe gave it some thought, but ultimately settled on a fold.

It's not the most exciting hand, but it did give us an excuse to get in one last Henson update!

Ray Henson 750,000 -20,000
Jody Howe 750,000 50,000

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