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Event #47: $1,000 No-Limit Hold’em

Official Day 2 Chip Counts (full)

Manuel Davidian 889,000
Adam White us 713,000
Jason Riesenberg us 635,000
607,000 -3,000
Justin Young us 449,000
Laurence Stein 442,000 442,000
Paulus Valkenburg 439,000
Pekka Ikonen fi 435,000
Shawn Busse us 432,000
Olivier Busquet us 377,000
Dieter Stoeffler 351,000
Danny Mckinney 351,000
James Kilarjian us 267,000
Jean Delay 233,000
Wenlong Jin cn 195,000 175,500
Jon Lactaoen us 190,000
Tom Braband us 186,000
Jason Mann ca 181,000 181,000
Chuan Shi 180,000
David Forster us 159,000
Kyle Carlston us 159,000
George Medina us 154,000
Scott Montgomery ca 151,000
Mike Beasley us 138,000

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Event #47: $1,000 No-Limit Hold’em
Day 2 Completed

Day 2 Concludes

Manuel Davidian
Manuel Davidian

It was another fast-paced day in Event #47, the fifth of the six $1,000 buy-in no-limit hold'em events. We started with 476 players and played all of the way down to just 33.

Olivier Busquet and Allan Baekke both spent time at the top of the counts as the day wore on, but in the end it was Manuel Davidian bagging the most of anyone, with his 889,000 chips barely squeezing into the bag provided to him. Adam White, Jason Riesenberg, and Owen Crowe all bagged more than half a million as well.

Also coming back to tomorrow's Day 3 -- Scott Montgomery, winner of Event #36, the last of these $1,000 no-limit hold'em events.

Will Montgomery make it two in a row? Come back tomorrow at 2:30 p.m. local time to find out what happens as we follow the action down to a final table!

One Mann Down


In the last hand of the night, Jason Mann -- not Jason Aaron Mann -- was all in before the flop with {A-Diamonds}{Q-Diamonds} against Manuel Davidian's {10-Hearts}{10-Spades}

The flop came {3-Diamonds}{K-Clubs}{A-Clubs}, and Mann was ahead. The turn was the {8-Spades}, and he was still okay. But the {10-Clubs} fell on the river, and Mann was eliminated.

That hand carried Davidian up over the 850,000 -- definitely one of the biggest stacks in the room as the bagging commences.

Tags: Jason Mann

Chu Busto


When we arrived at the table all the chips were in, and Jason Riesenberg tabled {8-Spades}{8-Clubs}. In the other side of the table, Jeffrey Chu showed {4-Spades}{4-Clubs}.

The board ran out {7-Hearts}{k-Clubs}{5-Diamonds}{q-Spades}{3-Diamonds} and Chu is out of the tournament. Riesenberg is now up to 605,000 chips.

Tags: Jason Riesenbergjeffrey Chu

Four Hands, Four Tables


The end is, as they say, nigh. Well, those people who say words like "nigh," anyhow.

The tourney clocked has been stopped with ten minutes left in the level, and it has been determined each table will play four more hands. We have exactly 36 players at the moment, situated around four tables.

Bad River for Matuson-Taylor


A player raised from the button, and Stacy Matuson-Taylor pushed all in from the button for 120,000. Her opponent called, showing {A-Clubs}{K-Hearts}. Matuson-Taylor showed {10-Clubs}{10-Hearts}.

The flop came {J-Diamonds}{Q-Hearts}-X, and Matuson-Taylor's tens were still good. The turn was the {7-Hearts}, and she just needed to fade one more card. But the river was the {10-Spades}, giving her opponent a straight and sending her to the rail with a just a few minutes left in play tonight.

Tags: Stacy Matuson-Taylor

Korak KOed


Brigitte Korak raised all in from under the gun for her last 77,000, and a player in middle position reraised to 200,000 behind. The others folded, and Korak showed {A-Diamonds}{10-Hearts} to her opponent's {K-Clubs}{K-Spades}.

The board went {7-Spades}{4-Clubs}{10-Diamonds}{2-Spades}{4-Hearts}, and Korak is out.

Tags: Brigitte Korak

Nice One for Valkenburg


Jean-Paul Delay opened the pot in the cutoff seat with a 25,000-chip raise and Paulus Valkenburg moved all in on the button. Delay called.

Delay: {a-Clubs}{j-Clubs}
Valkenburg: {7-Diamonds}{7-Clubs}

The {5-Clubs}{2-Diamonds}{9-Hearts}{6-Hearts}{q-Diamonds} board, leaved Valkenburg with 245,000 chips. Delay slipped to 215,000.

Tags: Jean-Paul DelayPaulus Valkenburg