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2015 Bracelet Winner William Kakon Leads Day 1a Main Event Field

The first of three starting flights for the 2015 World Series of Poker Main Event drew 741 entries at the Rio All-Suite Las Vegas Hotel and Casino Sunday.

Seidel Busts Sands

From the cutoff seat, Erik Seidel raised to 53,000. David "Doc" Sands reraised all in out of the big blind for about 560,000. Seidel called with the , and that had Sands in a bit of trouble with the .

Lamb Avoids the Slaughter

In the last hand before the break, Erik Seidel raised to 45,000 under the gun and Ben Lamb three-bet to 125,000 from the hijack.

One for the Doctor

Dan Colman raised to 38,0000 from the hijack and then called when David "Doc" Sands three-bet to 114,000 form the cutoff. Colman checked the flop, Sands continued for 63,000, and Colman released his hand.

Sands Applies the Pressure

Phil Galfond opened for 28,000 from the hijack and was met by a three-bet to 77,000 by David "Doc" Sands on the button. The blinds both folded, Galfond made the call, and it was heads-up action to the flop.

Kim Doubles Through Sands

David Sands raised from the button, Dong Kim three-bet from the small blind and Sands called to see the flop fall . Kim continued for 60,000, Sands raised to 143,000, Kim reraised all in for 425,000 and Sands called.

Sands Wins Biggest Pot of the Day

Igor Kurganov raised to 30,000 from early position, Ben Lamb called from the hijack, Jason Koon called from the button, and David Sands three-bet to 118,000 from the small blind.

Sands Grabs the Lead

The board read when David Sands check-called a 65,000-chip bet from Andrew Robl. On the river the completed the board and Sands checked again. Robl bet 165,000 and Sands called after about 45 seconds.

Sands Chipping Up

Doug Polk raised to 11,500 from the hijack, Erik Seidel three-bet to 27,000 from the cutoff, David Sands four-bet to 68,000 from the button, Polk folded and Seidel called. They checked to the turn of a board where Seidel bet 85,000.

Bellande Calls Kaverman Out for Playing Slow

"Hey Doc," Jean-Robert Bellande yelled to the table next to him at David "Doc" Sands. "I'll trade you for Isaac." "What did I do?" Isaac Baron said quickly, before Bellande apologized.

Peters Shoves on Seidel

Erik Seidel raised to 10,000 from the hijack and David Sands called from the cutoff before David Peters three-bet to 37,000 from the button. Both blinds folded and Seidel paused before four-betting to 75,000.

Set for Sands

David Sands raised to 8,000 from under the gun, Phil Galfond called from the button and Doug Polk three-bet to 30,500 from the small blind. Both Sands and Galfond called and the flop came down . Polk checked over to Sands who bet 38,000.

Small One For Sands

Andrew Robl raised from early position to 7,000, and David "Doc" Sands defended his big blind with a call. The flop came down , and Sands check-called 12,000. On the turn, the hit and both players checked.

Sands vs. Polk in the Biggest Pot of Day 2 Thus Far

The biggest pot of the day thus far just went down. It began when Doug Polk raised to $2,400 under the gun and David "Doc" Sands called.

What Does Johnny Lodden Think?

The players at the table have opted to play a game of "What Johnny Lodden Thinks?" Scott Seiver instigated the game, which saw David "Doc" Sands be the brain, meaning he had to think of a number to a predetermined questi

Sands Wins a Flip Against Wheeler

A series of raises between Jason Wheeler on the button and David Sands in the small blind led to Wheeler all in for about 17,300 with against Sands' .

Sands with the Better Pair Against Wheeler

Jason Wheeler raised to 1,100 from the cutoff seat, and David "Doc" Sands called on the button. The player in the big blind also called, and the flop came down . The first player checked, then Wheeler bet 2,400.

Linde Hits the Road

Dylan Linde, who we just spotted at Jason Wheeler's table, has already been knocked out. It was David 'Doc' Sands who raised to 1,125 and the player on his left made the call.

The Doctor is Out

David Doc Sands @Doc_SandsTough summer at the WSOP for me capped off by an early exit from the main. Set under set first, then bust with AA to QJs all in on Q25.

The Doc is Out of Business

Phil Ivey opened the action for 185,000 from the hijack only to have David "Doc" Sands three-bet all in for 1.325 million from the button. Doug Polk then moved all in over the top from the small blind, which inspired Ivey to fold.