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Tag: Patricia Cahill

Patricia Cahill Eliminated in 9th Place ($11,504)

Hand #11: Persia Bonella open-shoved from middle position and picked up the blinds and antes. Hand #12: Pat Landis opened to 25,000 from the cutoff seat, Haixia Zhang three bet to 70,000 on the button, and Landis folded.

Hands #6-10: Cahill Spikes the River

Hand #6: Patricia Cahill pushed all in and Mikiyo Aoki raised to get the blinds out of the way. The two players went to the flop with Cahill's tournament life at risk. Cahill: Aoki: The flop came down to give Aoki the set.

Richele Johnston Eliminated in 17th Place ($5,888)

Richele Johnston moved all in preflop and Patricia Cahill shoved all in over top. Action folded around and the two ladies' hands were tabled. Johnston: Cahill: The dealer rolled out a board of and Johnston could not find any help.

Cahill Falls To Ivanov

Dmitry Ivanov raised to 25,000 in the cutoff and Patricia Cahill three-bet all in from the big blind for about 240,000. Ivanov called and tabled , ahead of Cahill's . The board ran out , no help to Cahill, ending her tournament.

Cahill Doubles

According to Patricia Cahill, she doubled up with against a set of eights when she ran a four-card flush on the last two streets.

Patricia Cahill Eliminated in 18th Place ($9,748)

Not long after the redraw to two tables, Patricia Cahill raised to 35,000 from middle position, then Jeffrey Wicker reraised to 80,000 from the button. The blinds got out, then Cahill shoved all in for about 340,000 and Wicker called.

William Galler Eliminated in 20th Place ($8,150)

William Galler has fallen in 20th, his end coming via two hands in quick succession.

Haixia Zhang Wins 2014 WSOP Ladies Event Championship

Haixia Zhang is the 2014 World Series of Poker Ladies Event Champion. Zhang defeated Mikiyo Aoki heads up to become the WSOP’s latest bracelet winner and claim the first-place prize of $153,470.

Unofficial Final Table Redraw; 10 Remain

SeatPlayerChip Count 1Persia Bonella190,000 2Meikat Siu343,000 3Elizabeth Montizanti159,000 4Stacey Sullivan155,000 5Pat Landis242,000 6Haixia Zhang251,000 7Patricia Cahill110,000 8Mikiyo Aoki588,000 9Karen Cameron128,000 10Kendr