Live Events 2
Event 30 - $2,500 No Limit Holdem 6 Handed
Days:
123
Level:
11
Blinds:
1,000/2,000
Ante:
300

15-Minute Break

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Players are now on a 15-minute break. There are currently 55 players remaining on 10 tables.

John Juanda Eliminated

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Alan Sass bet 8,500 on a board showing {9-Hearts}{3-Hearts}{8-Diamonds}. Juanda went into the tank for a very long time before announcing: "All in."

Sass called immediately and turned over {3-Clubs}{3-Spades} for bottom set. Juanda could only shake his head and smile as he revealed {K-Clubs}{K-Spades}.

The turn and river came {9-Clubs}{8-Hearts} and Sass won the hand with a full boat. Always gracious in defeat, Juanda shook Sass' hand and wished everyone luck before exiting the tournament area.

Tags: Alan SassJohn Juanda

Recent Eliminations

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The following players all received $3,507 in prize money:

61: Fred Goldberg
62: Ian Frazer
63: Paul McCaffrey
64: J.C. Alvarado
65: Travis Hill
66: Do King
67: James Trench
68: Jordan Smith
69: Hugh Campbell
70: Glyn Banks
71: Daniel Santoro

Tehan Regains the Chip Lead

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It was Tehan vs. Chan, II and this time, Joe Tehan came out on top. Joe hit a third queen on the flop to best Terrence Chan's pocket aces and hoist him back into the chip lead.

Tehan now has a commanding lead over the field with 215,000 chips, while Chan has dropped to 60,000.

Unfortunately, we won't have a Tehan vs. Chan III, unless the two are reunited later in the tournament; their table was broken shortly after this hand took place.

Tags: Joe TehanTerrence Chan

Frazer Gets Rivered

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Dan Morris is all in preflop against Ian Frazer.

Dan Morris: {A-Hearts}{K-Hearts}
Ian Frazer: {Q-Clubs}{Q-Hearts}

Flop: {Q-Spades}{J-Hearts}{2-Diamonds}
Turn: {3-Hearts}
River: {10-Diamonds}

After making Broadway on the river, Frazer remarks, "You deserve to get busted the way you played that. You played like a fish."

While Morris moved up to 129,000 in chips, Frazer is left crippled at 12,500.

Tags: Dan MorrisIan Frazer

Hoyt Feels Lucky

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After the player in the small blind pushes all in preflop, Hoyt Corkins goes into the tank. "Well, I think I've been lucky," he says as he calls the all-in and turns over {Q-Diamonds}{J-Clubs}. His opponent shows 7-3 and Hoyt hits the {J-Spades} on the flop.

Seidel Reaches 46th Career WSOP Cash

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Having reached the money in today's event, Erik Seidel has registered his 46th career WSOP money finish. Seidel currently ranks seventh on the all-time list; he's in good company:

6th: Humberto Brenes, 47
5th: Chris "Jesus" Ferguson, 47
4th: Berry Johnston, 50
3rd: T.J. Cloutier, 52
2nd: Men "The Master" Nguyen, 54
1st: Phil Hellmuth, 60