2013 World Series of Poker

Event #62: $10,000 No-Limit Hold'em Main Event
Event Info

2013 World Series of Poker

Final Results
Ryan Riess
Winning Hand
Event Info
Level Info
600,000 / 1,200,000

A Closer Look at Each Table

Level 34 : 150,000-300,000, 50,000 ante

Although both these tables were balanced at eight players a piece until the recent elimination of Chris Lindh, looking deeper into the each of the player’s records indicate a fairly balanced line-up between the remaining 15 players here in the Main Event.

The feature table is highlighted by Carlos Mortensen and his two gold bracelets, one circuit ring and near $10.9 million in lifetime earnings. However with a few live amateur players with the likes of Sylvain Loosli (one lifetime cash for $3,198) and Alexander Livingston (five lifetime cashes for $23,040), the feature table has an accumulated $14,240,128 in lifetime earnings from 221 lifetime cashes that include 73 from here at the WSOP.

Over on the secondary feature table – that does feature one player less than the feature – it is JC Tran the marquee man with his two gold bracelets and $8,308,259 in lifetime earnings. Tran’s table also includes three other players that have earned over seven-figures with Mark Newhouse, Amir Lehavot and Sergio Castellucio helping in bringing the secondary feature table much close to that of the feature as each table’s statistics are broken down as follows.

Feature Table

PlayerLifetime CashesWSOP CashesWSOP BraceletsLifetime Earnings
Ryan Riess2030$309,478
Rep Porter38222$1,622,162
Bruno Kawauiti710$78,253
Michiel Brummelhuis2470$671,706
Carlos Mortensen112272$10,899,048
David Benefield14120$633,243
Sylvain Loosli100$3,198
Alexander Livingston510$23,040

Note: Statistics do not include this Main Event

Secondary Feature Table

PlayerLifetime CashesWSOP CashesWSOP BraceletsLifetime Earnings
Sergio Castelluccio2400$1,239,185
Jay Fraber200$2,155
Amir Lehavot32121$1,541,643
Marc McLauglin760$677,178
Matthew Reed640$192,632
Mark Newhouse1550$2,004,277
JC Tran124392$8,308,259

Note: Statistics do not include this Main Event

Every player remaining is going to get a nice boost to their poker record, but it amazing to see how balanced each table is at a whole being so deep into the Main Event.

However, as we see players eliminated and tables balanced, there is good chance that the current dynamics may shift dramatically going forward.