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The player in the cutoff raised to 2,500 and Tom Cannuli three-bet from the small blind to 7,000. Kitty Kuo called from the big blind and the initial raiser folded.
The flop came down and Cannuli bet 10,000, Kuo called.
On the turn the popped up and Cannuli checked to Kuo who bet 17,000. Cannuli gave it some thought but eventually he let go of his hand.
Despite losing this pot Cannuli's one of the biggest stacks in the tournament in the last level of the day.
Nick DiVella and Mark saw the flop come out with around 9,000 in the pot. DiVella was first and checked. Then, Herm bet 4,300. DiVella called.
On the turn, the fell, and DiVella check-called a bet of 9,100 from Herm. The river then completed the board with the , and DiVella checked. Herm fired 17,000, and DiVella made the call.
Herm showed the for trip kings, and DiVella mucked his hand.
Level 9 of Day 2a/b of the 2014 World Series of Poker has come to a close! Players are currently taking their final 20-minute break of the evening. When they return from this break, they will play one more two-hour level before bagging and tagging for the evening
Joe Kuether continued his domination this level, working his chip stack above the 400k mark. Our Live Reporting team caught up to find Kuether scoop a sizable pot with a flush to bring his stack to this point. Other big stacks heading into the break belong to Curtis Rystadt, Munir Shahin and start-of-day chip leader Martin Jacobson. Jacobson crossed the 300,000 mark roughly halfway through the level after hitting two pair with king-jack.
Annette Obrestad took a particularly gross beat just after the dinner break, getting her money in with a flopped straight against David Farber. Farber hit running cards to make a full house and sent Obrestad packing.
Other eliminations during this level include: David Gorr, Brian Meinders, Aaron Johnson, and David Sklansky.
While on break, be sure to check out our interview with current 2014 WSOP Player of the Year leader Brandon Shack-Harris who was eliminated from play earlier today:
See you in 20 minutes!
From early position, Maxx Coleman bet into a few opponent's after a flop and only the small blind called. After unknown turn action following the falling, Coleman's opponent bet 11,100 on the river. Coleman called, and his opponent showed for trips. Coleman's for the nut flush was the winner, though.