Event #33: $1,000 No-Limit Hold'em
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Event #33: $1,000 No-Limit Hold'em
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Gualter Salles Leads After Day 1 Of Event #33

[user38873] • Level 11: 500-1,000, 100 ante
Gualter Salles
Gualter Salles

Once the late registration of the $1,000 No-Limit Hold'em Event #33 of the 2014 World Series Of Poker was closed with the start of level seven, the participation was set with 1,688 entries and that would be reduced to only 115 after 11 levels of 60 minutes each. The top 171 spots were paid and the money would be reached on the first tournament day with everyone's eyes set on the first-place payout of $288,744.

More than 50 players decided to enter the tournament with 10 big blinds as of said level seven and two of them bagged above average stacks in Martin Finger (78,000) and Anthony Gregg. The chip lead Gualter Salles finished the day with a staggering 170,000 in chips. The Brazilian Pro already has more than $600,000 in tournament winnings.

Hot on his heels are Brad Libson (127,000), Vinny Pahuja (121,000), Shelby Standley (117,200) and WPT champion Sean Jazayeri (101,300). Other notable names that advanced to Day 2 include Mike Sowers (71,700), Goran "mandza17" Mandic (70,000), Faraz Jaka (68,400), Joe Ebanks (61,400), Event #24 runner-up Pierre Neuville (43,200), Matt Glantz (39,700) and 888poker pro Xuan Liu (39,200).

Other notable names were less fortunate. Former November Niner Marc-Etienne McLaughlin didn't even play one full level, Chengce Jiang shot into the chip lead very early on and then lost all his chips to Mike Sowers. Dwyte Pilgrim, Liv Boeree, Greg Raymer, Dominik Nitsche, Athanasios Polychronopoulos, Heinz Kamutzki and Michael Mizrachi were all sent to the rail far earlier than they would have wished.

The bubble burst towards the end of level 10 and two players split the first payout step of $2,005 one of whom was Joshua Sussman. Among those that reached the money but didn't bag chips were Dylan Linde, Iain Somers, Fernando Brito and Erwann Pecheux who all min-cashed. The young Frenchman scored his third in-the-money at the 2014 WSOP.

James Sudworth finished in 142nd and was closely followed by Amanda Baker and Jason Koon, whose flopped flush got cracked via runner runner.

Action resumes tomorrow at 1 p.m. Las Vegas time in the Amazon room with level 12 at blinds 600-1,200 and a running ante of 200. PokerNews will bring you all the action from the tables on our way to determine yet another bracelet winner at the 2014 WSOP in two days of time.

Tagovi: Gualter Salles

End-of-Day Chip Counts (pun)

[user38873] • Level 11: 500-1,000, 100 ante
BR
Gualter Salles
BR 170,000
fr
Sebastien Comel
fr 151,300 151,300
us
Brad Libson
us 127,400 127,400
us
Vinny Pahuja
us 121,200
US
Shelby Standley
US 117,700 500
hr
Goran Mandic
hr 110,000 40,000
us
Sean Jazayeri
us 101,300
us
Will Givens
us 97,700 97,700
us
Dutch Boyd
us 93,600 93,600
us
Jonas Wexler
us 88,000 88,000
US
Omar Brito
US 85,300 85,300
RU
Sergey Pomerantsev
RU 84,100 84,100
de
Martin Finger
de 78,000
us
Domingos Fernandes
us 74,400 74,400
US
David Olmsted
US 74,000 74,000
US
Daniel Gilmer
US 73,000 73,000
us
Faraz Jaka
us 68,400
us
Mark Wahba
us 68,000 -4,000
US
Jeremy Wing
US 66,000 66,000
us
Erle Mankin
us 63,800 63,800
us
Dan Kelly
us 63,700 63,700
US
Dave McAfee
US 63,200 63,200
us
Joe Ebanks
us 61,400
us
Ali Eslami
us 57,900 54,900
us
Carter Myers
us 57,300 57,300

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Notable Chip Counts End of Day 1

[user38873] • Level 11: 500-1,000, 100 ante
BR
Gualter Salles
BR 170,000 170,000
Bradley Libson
127,400 9,400
us
Vinny Pahuja
us 121,200 78,200
US
Shelby Standley
US 117,200 -500
us
Sean Jazayeri
us 101,300 36,300
de
Martin Finger
de 78,000 18,000
us
Mike Sowers
us 71,700 18,500
us
Faraz Jaka
us 68,400 37,900
us
Joe Ebanks
us 61,400 29,400
us
Pok Kim
us 45,600 3,100
be
Pierre Neuville
be 43,200 3,200
us
Matt Glantz
us 39,700 -2,300
ca
Xuan Liu
ca 39,200 -1,800
FR
Gabriel Nassif
FR 37,000 26,000
us
David Peters
us 36,500 -11,500
us
Victor Ramdin
us 31,800 3,800
us
Michael Chow
us 27,100 20,000
us
Todd Terry
us 24,900 12,400
gb
Niall Farrell
gb 22,700 -25,300
us
Keith Ferrera
us 19,300 -19,700
cz
Martin Staszko
cz 8,300 -10,700

Late Eliminations Day 1

[user38873] • Level 11: 500-1,000, 100 ante

Ardavan Yazdi, Eric Roberts and Kevin Coffee were still on the first payout step whereas all other eliminated players below already received $2,187.

us
Jason Koon
partypoker Ambassador
us Out
us
Casey Diener
us Out
au
Donald Civic
au Out
US
Joseph Purcell
US Out
US
Steven Mcclusky
US Out
CA
Chad Wheeler
CA Out
US
Brent Bogdanovecz
US Out
br
Ariel Celestino
br Out
ie
Marc Macdonnell
ie Out
az
Ilkin Amirov
az Out
us
Andjelko Andrejevic
us Out
us
Robert Suer
us Out
ca
Richard Moore
ca Out
fr
Pierre Deville
fr Out
us
Ricky Welch
us Out
jp
Satoshi Isomae
jp Out
us
Ardavan Yazdi
us Out
US
Greg Rotter
US Out
us
Kevin Coffee
us Out
US
Eric Roberts
US Out
gb
James Sudworth
gb Out
US
Todd Akiyama
US Out
US
Phillip Berres
US Out
us
Amanda Baker
us Out
us
Brian Mckinney
us Out

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Xuan Times Two

[user38873] • Level 11: 500-1,000, 100 ante
Xuan Liu
Xuan Liu

Just before the last hands of the day were announced, Xuan Liu four-bet shoved for 19,500 with {A-}{J-} and got a call by an opponent with {K-}{J-}. The 888poker pro took down the pot with a straight and now sits above average.

ca
Xuan Liu
ca 41,000 31,700

Tagovi: Xuan Liu

Four More Hands Tonight

• Level 11: 500-1,000, 100 ante

That's all we have left tonight before bagging.

Since the bubble burst fifty more players have headed out the door.

Mandic Rivered

[user38873] • Level 11: 500-1,000, 100 ante

A short stack moved all in for 11,900 and Goran Mandic moved all in over the top to enforce folds from the other opponents. It was a flip with {J-Diamonds}{J-Hearts} for the Croatian and the {A-Spades}{Q-Clubs} for his opponent. With the final community card on the {8-Clubs}{9-Spades}{K-Diamonds}{5-Diamonds}{A-Hearts} board, the short stack survived.

hr
Goran Mandic
hr 70,000 -23,000

Tagovi: Goran Mandic

A Proper Bad Beat Story

[user38873] • Level 11: 500-1,000, 100 ante

Amanda Baker was already waiting at the payout desk and Jason Koon joined her, telling us the bad beat story that happened to him. He and three other players saw the {9-Diamonds}{7-Diamonds}{2-Diamonds} flop and two opponents checked, the third one bet 5,100 into a pot of 6,000 and Koon moved all in for 16,000 with {K-Diamonds}{J-Diamonds}.

The opponent called with {Q-Hearts}{9-Hearts} and spiked the {Q-Spades} turn and {9-} river to score the knockout.

us
Jason Koon
partypoker Ambassador
us Out
us
Amanda Baker
us Out

Tagovi: Amanda BakerJason Koon