Event #39: $3,000 No-Limit Hold'em
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Event #39: $3,000 No-Limit Hold'em
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Daniel Makowsky Leads After Day 1; James Mackey Second

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James Mackey, second in chips to end Day 1
James Mackey, second in chips to end Day 1

Day 1 of Event #39: $3,000 No-Limit Hold'em of the 2014 World Series of Poker has been completed, and the surviving players will be heading home for a well-deserved sleep in preparation for another day of intense poker action on Thursday.

Daniel Makowsky will sleep the best of them thanks to earning himself the title of overnight chip leader after turning his starting stack of 9,000 into 124,500 to end the night. Just behind Makowsky was James Mackey, who won a bracelet in 2007, and he finished with 116,800.

Two other players bagged up six-figure stacks at the end of the 10th level of play. Canada's Matt Lapossie ended the night with 107,100 chips, while Gino Levrini crammed chips worth 102,500 into his bag.

A total of 205 players of the 992 who bought in managed to navigate their way through to Thursday's Day 2, and among them are some talented players and familiar faces. Masato Yokosawa (98,900), James Dempsey (95,000), Barny Boatman (90,000), Dario Sammartino (86,000), Jasom Somerville (64,200), Keven Stammen (51,200), Adam Levy (39,200), Fabian Quoss (23,200), Chris Moorman (22,000), and Joseph Cheong (10,500) being a small selection of those to look out for when play resumes on Day 2.

On the other side of the coin, scores of big names failed in their quest to progress to the next stage including Robert Romanello, Dan Kelly, Matt Stout, Phil Hellmuth, David "Bakes" Baker, and Dominik Nitsche.

Each of the 205 returning players share a common goal, and that is to reach the money places. The prize money starts being distributed once 117 players remain, a min-cash is worth $5,145, and the eventual champion takes home $548,460.

Return to these pages from 1 p.m. local time on Thursday as we bring you all of the action from the purple section of the Amazon Room. Until then, enjoy this edition of My First WSOP with Norman Chad:

Tagovi: Daniel MakowskyJames Mackey

End-of-Day Chip Counts (pun)

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US
Daniel Makowsky
US 124,500 124,500
us
James Mackey
us 116,800 51,800
ca
Matthew Lapossie
ca 107,100
us
Gino Levrini
us 102,500 -4,500
us
Daniel Lee
us 99,700 99,700
jp
Masato Yokosawa
jp 98,900
gb
Richard Kellett
gb 98,600 98,600
fr
Pierre Milan
fr 97,300 97,300
DID NOT REPORT 2
96,600
us
Zachary Korik
us 96,600 96,600
gb
James Dempsey
gb 95,000 -12,000
us
Pfizer Jordan
us 94,500
us
Derek Wolters
us 90,900
gb
Barny Boatman
gb 90,000 56,000
us
Michael Rocco
us 89,800
us
James Schaaf
us 89,200
in
Aditya Agarwal
in 89,100
at
Thomas Muehloecker
at 87,100
us
Christopher Hyden
us 86,600
it
Dario Sammartino
it 86,000 86,000
US
Andrew Becker
US 85,000 64,000
us
Allen Pock
us 82,600
BR
Gualter Salles
BR 81,250 5,250
gb
Sunny Chattha
gb 81,000 21,500
Takashi Yagura
80,900

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Five More Hands

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The dealers have been instructed to deal five more hands before bringing the curtain down on today's tournament.

Levrini Among The Leaders

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Gino Levrini looks set to finish in the top three of the end-of-day chip counts thanks to turning his 9,000 starting stack into a most impressive 107,000.

Levrini has cashed twice so far at the series and has done his chances of booking a third in-the-money finish no harm by amassing a huge stack today.

us
Gino Levrini
us 107,000

Tagovi: Gino Levrini

Level:
10
Blinds:
400/800
Ante:
100

Chip Race Break

• Level 9: 300-600, 75 ante

Players are on a 20-minute break while they race off the T25 chips.