2013 World Series of Poker

Event #3: $1,000 No-Limit Hold'em
Day: 1b
Event Info

2013 World Series of Poker

Final Results
Winning Hand
Event Info
Prize Pool
Level Info
20,000 / 40,000

Level: 1b

Blinds: 25/25

Ante: 0

Event #3: $1,000 No-Limit Hold'em

Day 1b Completed

Event #3: Official Day 1B Chip Counts (full)

Level 8 : 200/400, 25 ante
Player Chips Progress
Thiago Nishijima br
Thiago Nishijima
WSOP 1X Winner
Jerry Payne us
Jerry Payne
Charles Sylvestre ca
Charles Sylvestre
WSOP 1X Winner
Caufman Talley us
Caufman Talley
Thiagara Arumugam
Thiagara Arumugam
Abraham Araya us
Abraham Araya
Leo Wolpert us
Leo Wolpert
WSOP 1X Winner
Burt Boutin us
Burt Boutin
WSOP 2X Winner
Trevor Kirkland
Trevor Kirkland
Howard Reid
Howard Reid
Richard Langdon us
Richard Langdon
Nick Grippo us
Nick Grippo
Tracy Smith
Tracy Smith
Jared Koppel us
Jared Koppel
Gregory Schaefer
Gregory Schaefer
David Mowery us
David Mowery
Davidi Kitai be
Davidi Kitai
Winamax Team Pro
WSOP 3X Winner
Ty Reiman us
Ty Reiman
Vinny Pahuja us
Vinny Pahuja
Jason Dollinger
Jason Dollinger
Seth Berger us
Seth Berger
Adam Brownstein us
Adam Brownstein
Erick Lindgren us
Erick Lindgren
WSOP 2X Winner
Leandro Werner br
Leandro Werner
Ping Liu us
Ping Liu

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Day 1b Concludes with Payne in the Lead

Level 8 : 200/400, 25 ante
Jerry Payne Leads The Way
Jerry Payne Leads The Way

The second flight of Event #3: $1,000 No-Limit Hold'em is officially in the books. At the end of the night it was Jerry Payne who bagged up the top stack with 99,425 in chips.

This field saw many notable names hit the felt on their quest for WSOP glory. Unfortunately, not all of those players were able to progress onto the second day of play. The likes of Scott Montgomery, Humberto Brenes, JC Tran, Paul Volpe, David "Bakes" Baker, Eugene Katchalov, Lauren Kling, and DJ MacKinnon all hit the rail before play concluded.

While those players faltered, others thrived. A small sample size of those returning tomorrow includes Charles Sylvestre (85,600), Leo Wolpert (45,375), David Singer (27,500), Tony Dunst (26,150), Josh Arieh (25,950), Kyle Cartwright (19,125), Matt Glantz (18,800), and Bryan Devonshire (6,600).

These players will be joined by players to advance from the first flight. Leading Day 1a was high-stakes regular Scott Seiver who bagged up 65,000 to finish the day. Other notable names from the first flight include Amanda Baker (47,025), Amanda Musumeci (36,500), Jacob Balsiger, (36,500), Justin Young (34,400), Nam Le (31,500), Carlos Mortenson (18,000), and Michael Phelps (8,825)

The field will combine with the Day 1a flight tomorrow and play will resume at 1:00 PM local time. Be sure to stay tuned to PokerNews for all of the latest updates as we enter the second day of play!

Small Hit To Dunst

Level 8 : 200/400, 25 ante

The flop read {K-Hearts}{K-Diamonds}{6-Spades} and Tony Dunst was heads up with an opponent. There was a check to Dunst and he bet out 1,100. A call prompted the {8-Hearts} to fall on the turn where both players checked.

The river was the {6-Clubs} and Dunst's opponent bet 3,200. Dunst mucked and the pot was pushed to his opponent.

Player Chips Progress
Tony Dunst us
Tony Dunst
12,000 -3,000
WSOP 2X Winner

Cartwright Ships River

Level 8 : 200/400, 25 ante

Picking up with the action on a board of {5-Hearts}{6-Diamonds}{9-Clubs}{8-Spades}, we found Kyle Cartwright and opponent heads up with well over 5,500 in the middle. Cartwright's opponent bet 2,400 and the circuit grinder called the bet.

Fifth street wast he {4-Spades} and Cartwright's opponent checked. Cartwright moved all in for what looked like 7,175 and his opponent went into the tank. Roughly one minute passed before he finally let it go and Cartwright dragged in the pot. He's now sitting on about 19,500.

Player Chips Progress
Kyle Cartwright us
Kyle Cartwright
WSOP 1X Winner

Level: 8b

Blinds: 200/400

Ante: 25

One For Arieh

Level 7 : 150/300, 25 ante

Josh Arieh opened to 800 from under the gun and the player to his immediate left called. The rest of the table folded and the two took in a flop of {3-Clubs}{5-Clubs}{7-Spades}. Arieh continued for 1,100 and received a call.

Fourth street brought the {Q-Hearts} and both players checked their option. The dealer produced the {9-Diamonds} on fifth street and Arieh fired 3,200. His opponent folded and Arieh dragged in the pot. He now has about 20,500 in chips.

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