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Aaron Massey Eliminated in 9th Place ($5,238)

Barry Hutter opened in the hijack to 27,000, and Aaron Massey moved all in for what he estimated was 222,000 on the button. Upon getting the quote, Hutter called.

Massey Doubles Through Hutter

Barry Hutter raised from under the gun and Aaron Massey shoved in 122,000 from the small blind. Hutter called immediately. Hutter: Massey: Hutter was in trouble, and neither player improved as hit the felt.

One Out Finds the Flop

We found three players all in with the cards on their backs.

Dvoress Check-Shoves the River Against Massey

A player raised to 800 under the gun and Daniel Dvoress three-bet to 2,400 after which Aaron Massey made it 4,925 from his direct left. The initial raiser folded and Dvoress called, putting out on the flop.

Check-Raise Does it For Massey

As it is a custom during the early goings of a big event, the hands aren't as exciting but we just caught a Aaron Massey picking up a pot on the flop after getting Nick Petrangelo and Andy Philachack to fold.

Massey & Lowery Disappear

We missed the second Day 1c elimination of Aaron Massey, but we do know shortly before he was crippled after flopping two pair against an opponent holding pocket kings.

Massey Eliminated in Big Three-Way Confrontation

John Vitt opened for 6,500 from the hijack and Tom Heine three-bet to 16,000 from the cutoff.

A Big Slick Square Off

We saw the "all-in" button in front of Aaron Massey and made our way over to discover he was at risk for 48,000 against Gary Germann, who was sitting on a stack of 62,000.

Small One for Massey

Yesterday, Aaron Massey made a deep run in the Day 1a flight; in fact, he made it to the final three tables. Unfortunately for him, he was eliminated late in the night.

The Other Half of the Massey Bros. Hits the Rail

Aaron Massey has been clinging to a short stack for quite some time, and he recently committed his last 25,000 or so under the gun, which picked up a called in Lou Mortellarr.

McLaughlin Shoves on Massey

Aaron Massey opened for 1,075 from early position and Ross Reichert called from middle position. David McLaughlin came along from the big blind and three players took a flop of . McLaughlin checked, Massey bet 1,900, and Reichert folded.

Enter the Massey Brothers

The field just got a lot tougher as the Massey Brothers, Aaron and Ralph, have taken their respective seats in the tournament. The story of the Massey Bros.

Barry Hutter Shines On Day 1c To Lead All

Day 1c of the 2015 River Poker Series $2,500 Main Event attracted 484 entries and brought the total field size up to 1,164. This was the third and final starting flight of the tournament, and at the end there were 49 players remaining.

Fuhs Busts Massey

Danny Fuhs busted Aaron Massey when the two got all in. Fuhs had and Massey had . The board read and Massey was unable to catch up.

Continuation Bet from Tran

From early position, Henry Tran raised to 3,600. Aaron Massey called from the big blind, and the flop came down . After Massey checked, Tran bet 5,000, and Massey folded.


After recently being eliminated, Aaron Massey, Andy Philachack, Danny Fuhs, and Marvin Rettenmaier have all reentered the tournament.

The Third and Final Starting Flight Is Here

There's only one more starting day left in the 2015 River Poker Series $2,500 Main Event, meaning this is the last chance for players to qualify for Day 2 and reach the money.

Cord Garcia Leads All After Day 1b

Day 1b of the 2015 River Poker Series $2,500 Main Event from the WinStar World Casino was all about Cord Garcia. After an unsuccessful Day 1a on Friday, Garcia was back at it again on Saturday with another bullet.

Eddleman Busts Massey on Last Hand of the Night

The flop was and Mark Eddleman checked to Aaron Massey, who bet 25,000. Then, in lightning-fast succession, Eddleman shoved all in and Massey called. Massey showed , and Eddleman showed the .

A Massey Flop

Four players saw the flop of . There was 6,000 in the pot and the first two players checked before the third player bet 3,000. Aaron Massey raised to 8,000. The first player to act, who originally checked, shoved all in.