2010 World Series of Poker

Event #24: $1,000 No-Limit Hold’em
Days: 1a
Event Info

2010 World Series of Poker

Final Results
Winning Hand
Event Info
Prize Pool
Level Info
50,000 / 100,000

Event #24: $1,000 No-Limit Hold’em

Day 1a Completed

Day 1A Comes to an End

Day 1A has officially come to an end since we have reached the final 15% of the today's field. 1,931 players started the day and we are now just 290 remain. These players will join the survivors of tomorrow's Day 1B tournament on Monday for Day 2 of the third $1,000 no limit event of the series.

The day started with a number of notables including Kathy Liebert, Hevad Khan, Shannon Elizabeth, Eric Baldwin, Jeff Madsen, Dennis Phillips and Antonio Esfandiairi, just to name a few. Unfortunately, none of these players managed to make it to the end of Day 1A. However, a number of pros navigated the field and will return for Day 2. They include Arnaud Mattern, Veronica Dabul, Alex Jacob, and the author of Positively Fifth Street, Jim McManus.

Join us tomorrow at noon local time for Day 1B as we bring you all the action from Event #24.

The Final Countdown

25 minutes have elapsed and we're left with 295 players. If you've been following the coverage and doing your math, you'll know that we need to lose 5 more players to end the day.

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1.1 PPM

10 minutes of level 9 have elapsed and we have lost 11 players. That means that we've lost approximately 1.1 players per minute (PPM).

Player count: 318

Guess Whose Back From Break?

We are!

329 players came back from break, only 290 will finish the day. The floor has determined that play will stop at 15 percent of the field, or 290 players.

By using PokerNews' super computer, we have established that we need to lose 39 players to end the day.