Event #9: $1,000 No-Limit Hold'em
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Event #9: $1,000 No-Limit Hold'em
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Day 1 of Event #9: $1,000 No-Limit Hold'em Done and Dusted

• Level 11: 500-1,000, 100 ante
Adam Geyer topped the counts after Day 1 of Event #9 with a huge lead over the field
Adam Geyer topped the counts after Day 1 of Event #9 with a huge lead over the field

After a grueling day on the felt which spanned 14 hours of play, Event #9 of the 2014 World Series of Poker has come to a close. In the end a total of 1,940 entrants were recorded, and when it was all said and done just 161 players remained in contention for the gold bracelet - and $323,125 in prize money.

With the "Millionaire Maker" event captivating the poker world's attention yesterday by drawing an astounding field which nearly reached 8,000 runners, many of those who busted in there took a second shot here today. The field was littered with big name pros and recognizable names, and by the time chips were bagged and tagged a who's who of the game's best players were among the survivors.

Along the way players like Greg Merson, Mukul Pahuja, Joe Serock, Scott Clements, Blake Bohn, Ryan D'Angelo, D.J. MacKinnon, Joe McKeehen, Amanda Baker, Rex Clinkscales, and Russell Crane all came and went, with each falling short of the money.

The group of pros who did manage to earn at least a min-cash include Adam Geyer (177,500), Chris Hunichen (99,000), Vinny Pahuja (93,200), Faraz Jaka (62,000), Mark Radoja (72,700), Roland Israelashvili (54,100), and Daniel Buzgon (57,000).

Check back in with PokerNews tomorrow at 1 p.m. local time to continue following the action, as the remaining 161 players reconvene to continue their pursuit of WSOP glory.

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End-of-Day Chip Counts (pun)

• Level 11: 500-1,000, 100 ante
us
Adam Geyer
us 177,500 28,500
us
Ryan Jaconetti
us 99,700
us
Chris Hunichen
us 99,000 17,000
us
Keven Stammen
us 94,800 44,800
us
Vinny Pahuja
us 93,200 -28,800
US
John Lin
US 93,000
US
Hieu Tran
US 84,100
US
Mike Pickett
US 83,400
gr
Alexandros Kolonias
gr 75,100 -12,200
ca
Mark Radoja
ca 72,700 10,700
us
Daniel Park
us 72,100
US
Douglas Ashmore
US 70,500
us
David Eldridge
us 69,100
us
David Chase
us 67,600
BR
Edmilson Oliveira
BR 67,100
US
Damien Annuschat
US 66,600
US
Nabih Zaczac
US 66,000
us
Frank Patti
us 65,100 65,100
br
Thiago Nishijima
br 63,900
US
Charles Welch
US 62,800
us
David Inselberg
us 62,400 62,400
us
Faraz Jaka
us 62,000 -2,000
us
Chris Haugo
us 61,500
us
Jeff Smith
us 60,600
us
Champie Douglas
us 60,300

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The Harder Way

• Level 11: 500-1,000, 100 ante

On one of the last hands of the night pro Christian Harder doubled through an opponent when his {10-Spades}{10-Hearts} held up over {A-Clubs}{q-Clubs}.

The final board rolled out {9-Spades}{7-Spades}{3-Clubs}{5-Spades}{7-Hearts} and Harder's pocket pair prevailed over the suited overcards.

us
Christian Harder
us 18,500 9,500

A Few Post-Bubble Counts

• Level 11: 500-1,000, 100 ante

Here are a few update chip counts from some of the more notable names and big stacks who earned a cash here today.

us
Adam Geyer
us 149,000
us
Vinny Pahuja
us 122,000
us
Chris Hunichen
us 82,000 -2,700
us
Faraz Jaka
us 64,000 17,000
ca
Mark Radoja
ca 62,000 -12,000
Bobby Bounahra
60,000
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59,000 -11,000
us
Keven Stammen
us 50,000 11,000
de
Dominik Nitsche
de 44,000 8,000
us
Nam Le
us 30,000
us
Frank Rusnak
us 29,000
us
Shannon Shorr
us 24,000 -5,000
US
Carter Gill
US 22,000
us
Alex Masek
us 13,000 -3,500

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Bubble Bursts Immediately

• Level 11: 500-1,000, 100 ante

Well that didn't take long at all...

On one of the first deals of hand-for-hand play multiple short-stacks went busto simultaneously, leaving two players to split 198th place money, and two more on the outside looking in.

Hand for Hand Combat

• Level 11: 500-1,000, 100 ante

With only two eliminations to go until the money bubble bursts, the tournament has entered hand for hand play.

A Gentleman's Game

• Level 11: 500-1,000, 100 ante

Earlier in evening a bit of commotion took place over at Richard Whitebrook's table, with floor staff called over to sort through an apparent dealer error.

According to Whitebrook, one opponent opened the pot for a raise, and with {A-}{q-} in the hole, he decided to apply some pressure with a three-bet. The other player was undeterred though, and he four-bet the action, causing Whitebrook to slow down and simply flat to see the flop.

After the dealer fanned the {a-}{j-}{4-} across the felt, Whitebrook saw his opponent fire out a c-bet, but after flopping top pair he wasn't going anywhere. Whitebrook raised enough to put his opponent all in, and with most of his chips in the pot already, the man was committed to calling with just {j-}{10-} for middle pair.

The turn card came {4-} to pair the board - something which escaped the notice of the dealer - and when the river brought a {10-} to the table, the pot was inexplicably pushed toward the man who had rivered two pair. It took a third player at the table to note that Whitebrook also held two pair by virtue of the second four on board, and after a bit of explanation to the floor staff, the "winner" of the pot graciously admitted that his hand had indeed been second best.

Handing his chips back to their rightful owner, the man stood and made his exit, but not before offering Whitebrook a sincere "nice hand" on his way to the rail.

us
Richard Whitebrook
us 58,000 30,500

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Current Chip Counts Approaching the Bubble

• Level 11: 500-1,000, 100 ante

Here's where they stand with just a few more eliminations to go before the money bubble bursts.

us
Chris Hunichen
us 84,700 48,200
ca
Mark Radoja
ca 74,000 50,600
us
Faraz Jaka
us 47,000 21,000
us
Keven Stammen
us 39,000 7,000
US
Rene Angelil
US 37,000
de
Dominik Nitsche
de 36,000
us
Shannon Shorr
us 29,000 12,300
us
Kevin O'Donnell
us 28,000
us
Amnon Filippi
us 24,900 -9,100
us
Alex Masek
us 16,500
us
Christian Harder
us 9,000
us
John Holley
us 8,600 -400