Event #47: $2,500 Omaha/Seven Card Stud Hi-Low-8 or Better
Event #47: $2,500 Omaha/Seven Card Stud Hi-Low-8 or Better
Day 1 Completed

Official End-of-Day Chip Counts (full)

Abe Mosseri us
Abe Mosseri
us 64,200
Kevin Iacofano us
Kevin Iacofano
us 47,200
Jonathan Spinks
Jonathan Spinks
Thomas Whitehair
Thomas Whitehair
Matthew Ashton gb
Matthew Ashton
gb 41,300
Jim Ferrel
Jim Ferrel
John Richardson
John Richardson
Dan Heimiller us
Dan Heimiller
us 34,900
Farzad Rouhani us
Farzad Rouhani
us 33,700
Bryan Micon us
Bryan Micon
us 32,700
Scott Clements us
Scott Clements
us 32,600
Nathaniel Wiesner us
Nathaniel Wiesner
us 32,500
Francesco Barbaro us
Francesco Barbaro
us 31,600
Austin Marks
Austin Marks
Erik Seidel us
Erik Seidel
us 31,600
Chad J Brown us
Chad J Brown
us 30,900
Bart Hanson us
Bart Hanson
us 30,800
Robert Mangino
Robert Mangino
Al Barbieri us
Al Barbieri
us 30,000
Perry Friedman us
Perry Friedman
us 29,400
Kevin Chance
Kevin Chance
Richard Ashby gb
Richard Ashby
gb 29,200
Gregory Jamison us
Gregory Jamison
us 28,800
Jonathan Aguiar pt
Jonathan Aguiar
pt 28,800
Nikolai Yakovenko ru
Nikolai Yakovenko
ru 28,600

That's a Wrap - Mosseri is on Top of the Mountain

[user135779] • Level 8
Jonathan Spinks (during Event #38): one of the big two stacks returning tomorrow
Jonathan Spinks (during Event #38): one of the big two stacks returning tomorrow

Day 1 of WSOP Event #47 is in the books and what a day it turned out to be! From 450 of poker’s finest, we’re now down to 201 and from our counts, it appears that Abe Mosseri is the big man on campus with 64,200 in chips. Biting on his heels is Jonathan Spinks (43,600), Tom Whitehair (42,300) and Jim Ferrel (40,700).

Other big names to have survived the choppy seas include Tom Dwan, Al “Sugarbear” Barbieri, Dan Heimiller, Barry Greenstein, Barny Boatman, Victor Ramdin, Josh Arieh, Richard Ashby, David Chiu, Mike Sexton and Eric Baldwin.

However, for those who managed to survived, there were plenty more that didn’t make it, with David Steicke, Allen Bari, George Danzer, Jason Mercier, Cyndy Violette, Shawn Buchanan, John Juanda, Jon Turner and Daniel Negreanu just some of the names who are listed in today’s tournament obituaries.

It’s been an impressive turnout for this event, which is brand new to the WSOP for 2011. Generating a total prize pool of almost $1.024 million, the winner of this event will be walking away with $255,959 and of course, the coveted gold bracelet.

Still, we’ve got at least two days to go until we find out our winner, with Day 2 resuming tomorrow at 3pm PST (GMT -7) in the Amazon Room. PokerNews will be on deck once again to bring you all the live updates, so be sure to join us then. Thanks for staying with us and until then – ciao for now!

Tags: Abe Mosseri

Stop the Clock

[user76023] • Level 8

Players are now playing their last five hands before the bagging & tagging process begins.

Dwan Heading the Right Way


Stud 8

Tom Dwan is up to 22,000 after he fired out on seventh with a board of {9-Diamonds}{K-Clubs}{5-Diamonds}{10-Spades}, he was called by his opponent who had a board of {4-Hearts}{3-Spades}{8-Clubs}{3-Diamonds}. Dwan flipped {Q-Spades}{Q-Diamonds}{J-Hearts} for the straight and it was good enough to scoop.

22,000 3,000

Tags: Tom Dwan

Mariakis Slips


Omaha 8

The action folded around to Michael Mariakis who raised from the cutoff; he found one caller in the small blind before both players checked the flop of {3-Hearts}{A-Spades}{4-Clubs}. The small blind then bet on the turn of the {Q-Hearts} and Mariakis called, only to fold after the small blind fired a second shell on the river of the {9-Diamonds}.

Mariakis may be down, but is still holding on with 15,500 in chips.


Tags: Michael Mariakis

Liu Avoids Wheel of Misfortune


Omaha 8

Xuan Liu was all in for her final 3,700 on a flop of {A-Diamonds}{K-Spades}{2-Hearts} holding {A-Clubs}{2-Diamonds}{Q-Spades}{10-Diamonds} but was up against another player's big drawing {J-Hearts}{5-Hearts}{4-Spades}{3-Clubs} which had nine outs for a scoop plus twelve more for a chop. However, the board contrived to bring the {9-Spades} on the turn (swing and a miss) - then the {2-Clubs} on the river meant Liu won the entire pot to secure her double up.

8,000 500

Sweet Pot for Sugarbear


Omaha 8

On a flop of {6-Hearts}{7-Spades}{10-Clubs}, Thomas Keller checked from the small blind, as did Bryan Micon and Josh Arieh from middle position before Al "Sugarbear" Barbieri bet from the button. Keller then check-raised his option and Micon called, but Arieh got out of the way before Barbieri called to go three ways to the turn of the {7-Diamonds}.

Keller and Micon checked to Barbieri who opened the betting, but Keller was the only caller, making it heads-up to the river of the {J-Spades}, where Keller check-folded to Barbieri. Barbieri flashed {A-Hearts}{10-Hearts}{10-Diamonds}{9-Diamonds} before raking in the pot.

21,000 14,000

Tags: Al BarbieriThomas KellerBryan MiconJosh Arieh

Negreanu and Juanda


Omaha 8

An opponent in the UTG +1 position raised and the action folded to Daniel Negreanu who called from middle position, as did John Juanda from the big blind to go three ways into a flop that read {2-Hearts}{Q-Spades}{J-Hearts}.

Juanda bet, the UTG +1 player raised and Negreanu called, as did Juanda before he checked the turn of the {8-Spades}. The UTG +1 player bet, Negreanu called and Juanda called before checking again on the river of the {J-Clubs}.

This time, the UTG +1 bet all-in for 400 and Negreanu snap-folded before Juanda made a crying call, only to muck after the UTG +1 player showed {A-Clubs}{Q-Diamonds}{10-Hearts}{6-Clubs} to scoop the pot.

John Juanda id
John Juanda
id 10,000 6,200
Daniel Negreanu ca
Daniel Negreanu
ca 9,500 500

Tags: Daniel NegreanuJohn Juanda