2014 World Series of Poker

Event #45: $1,000 No-Limit Hold'em
Day: 1
Event Info

2014 World Series of Poker

Final Results
Winning Hand
Event Info
Level Info
25,000 / 50,000

Event #45: $1,000 No-Limit Hold'em

Day 1 Completed

Day 1 Ends With Jonathan Bodden In Charge

Level 11 : 500/1,000, 100 ante
Jonathan Bodden
Jonathan Bodden

A large crowd of 1,841 players bought into Day 1 of Event #45: $1,000 No-Limit Hold'em event on Sunday afternoon, and over the course of 11 one-hour long levels they were whittled down to a much more manageable 144.

Bagging up the most chips of the 144 survivors was Jonathan Bodden, who earlier predicted that he would win this tournament.

"Take some notes," he said to one reporter during the early levels, "because I'm going to win this tournament. Don't take any notes and you may get fired!"

Hopefully nobody will be losing their jobs, but Bodden's premonition is looking good because he ended Day 1 with a tournament-leading stack of 143,000 chips and is a key one to watch on Day 2.

Two other players had to cram a six-figure stack into their overnight chip bags; Loren Klein ended with 122,800 and Lily Kiletto 100,000.

Also nicely chipped up were David Schaerf (99,300), Ari Engel (98,700), Knut Bernsten (91,900), and Jason Helder (88,500). While established pros such as Max Pescatori (41,300), Jason Wheeler (33,000), Christian Harder (26,600), Faraz Jaka (21,100), and Pierre Neuville (7,800) also punched their ticket for Monday's Day 2.

Amazingly, the money places were reached despite almost 1,900 players starting the day. The bubble burst during Level 11 when three, possibly four, players exited during the same hand at different tables. The tournament clock was paused for 15 minutes while the tournament staff organized what had happened, and order was restored before the rest of the level played out.

Day 2 will commence at 1 p.m local time and the plan is to play 10 hour-long levels, during which time the players should get close to the final table. Each of the returning players is guaranteed to take home at least $2,037 for their effort, with the champion taking home in excess of $300,000.

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End-of-the-Day Chip Counts and Day 2 Seat Draw (full)

Level 11 : 500/1,000, 100 ante
4301Jeremy Pekarek16,300
4302Timothy Alofs50,100
4303Andrew Hackett29,100
4304David Crouse16,200
4305James Vanburen9,400
4306Michael Campbell68,100
4307Erling Ellinsberg57,800
4308Joshua Mlinek26,300
4309Christian Harder26,600
4311Alexander Allison13,800
4312Angela Moed58,200
4313Eddy Sabat36,700
4314Noel Garcia8,300
4315Oren Rosenzweig8,300
4316Jose Basa3,900
4317Goosen Terschegget23,700
4318Terik Brown75,100
4319Dylan Hortin11,600
4321Dmitrii Shchepkin74,000
4322Tony Ma11,500
4323Duy Ho66,500
4324Benjamin Vanklink36,200
4325Karl Pirkopf19,200
4326Ted Morris11,100
4327Lily Kiletto100,000
4328Thiago Nishijima28,000
4329Thomas Nguyen70,900
4331Jonathan Bodden145,000
4332Martha Odell11,900
4333Max Pescatori41,200
4334Valentino Konakchiev92,000
4335Gilles Frere63,200
4336James Agate15,000
4337Dennis Waterman19,200
4338Bradley Craig16,600
4339Charles Barker18,700
4341Dau Ly21,000
4342Andrew Howard30,000
4343Phil Kum31,400
4344Ari Engel98,700
4345Stanislas Le Marchand64,000
4346Derek Gregory10,400
4347Gabriel Post32,600
4348Sammy Colwell14,200
4349Pierre Neuville7,800
4351John Deters11,100
4352Scott Zakheim10,100
4353Nick Rampone66,000
4354Brandon Hall69,000
4355Yuliyan Kolev53,100
4356Erle Mankin47,000
4357Derek Wolters21,100
4358Ryan Hartmann47,700
4359Michael Hucker48,900
4361Jeremy Brousseau20,200
4362Radek Hanak17,000
4363Ben Lindemulder32,900
4364Kevin Campbell38,600
4365Cuong Tran96,400
4366Terry Schumacher22,800
4367Daniel Buckley24,700
4368Jacob Stearley43,600
4369Dmitrii Valouev14,900
4371Armen Avadisian32,200
4372Dennis Lodes21,900
4373Martin Kozlov58,800
4374Jason Zelus35,300
4375Paul Lackey35,600
4376Zachary Kessler33,000
4377Daniel Perez20,200
4378Clifford Deardorff19,800
4379Billy Horan62,200
4381Carter Myers34,800
4382Diego Marchioni35,300
4383Jia Mai21,100
4384Jason Helder88,500
4385Hugo Nazar75,800
4386Ronald Dolliver48,100
4387Jack Schanbacher28,200
4388Yuri Dzivielevski7,000
4389Nat Linhardt4,500
4391David Schaerf99,300
4392Antony Hallam48,100
4393Justin Pechie35,200
4394Jonathan Bussieres22,900
4395Kim Ng54,000
4396Kevin Mcguinness43,400
4397Ivan Saul67,800
4398Robert Winsler22,200
4399Ryan Laplante35,800
4401Hoyt Corkins69,500
4402Mace Reed51,700
4403Matt Woodward88,400
4404Jared Petree45,100
4405Wade Woelfel47,100
4406Eugene Curzio96,100
4407Raul Garcia14,600
4408Robert Schulz26,200
4409Dana Kellstrom5,100
4411Paul Sokoloff46,000
4412Allyn Jaffrey Shulman38,200
4413Callum Morgan48,400
4414Russell Watkins1
4415Patrick Arena7,400
4416Nabil Matta50,100
4417Brian McKain45,600
4418Assani Fisher17,000
4419Lue Huang24,200
4421Tom Arrington19,700
4422Arnaud Mattern41,100
4423Deanna Dozier7,700
4424Alexander Lukyanov27,500
4425Tuu Ho11,900
4426Jason Wheeler33,000
4427Phillip Hui10,800
4428Fernando Brunca37,300
4429Peter Tobias58,000
4431Gabriel Benabraham23,900
4432Toshio Nanao69,500
4433Kenneth Baime57,700
4434Tim Davie18,700
4435Andrew Rennhack30,000
4436Michael Beal42,900
4437Grant Wiste19,400
4438Will Givens36,800
4439Jan Suchanek37,700
4441Nicolas Faure13,200
4442Douglas Mackinnon23,800
4443Nipun Java27,400
4444James Whalen35,400
4445Pavlin Karakikov33,500
4446Antoine Maurice9,000
4447Faraz Jaka21,100
4448Joakim Beaupre38,100
4449Knut Berntsen91,900
4451David Hass51,200
4452Jason Lee62,800
4453Aaron Steury23,500
4454Loren Klein122,800
4455Sunny Chattha47,000
4456John Hoang47,300
4457David Wharton54,800
4458Rob Sciammarella29,000
4459Bret Green24,700
Player Chips Progress
Jonathan Bodden us
Jonathan Bodden
145,000 32,000
Loren Klein us
Loren Klein
122,800 12,800
WSOP 4X Winner
Lily Kiletto us
Lily Kiletto
100,000 100,000
David Schaerf us
David Schaerf
99,300 25,100
Ari Engel ca
Ari Engel
98,700 27,700
WSOP 2X Winner
Cuong Tran us
Cuong Tran
Eugene Curzio
Eugene Curzio
Valentino Konakchiev bg
Valentino Konakchiev
WSOP 1X Winner
Knut Berntsen no
Knut Berntsen
Jason Helder us
Jason Helder
88,500 -13,500
Matt Woodward us
Matt Woodward
Hugo Nazar ar
Hugo Nazar
Terik Brown us
Terik Brown
75,100 8,100
Dmitrii Shchepkin ru
Dmitrii Shchepkin
Thomas Nguyen us
Thomas Nguyen
Toshio Nanao
Toshio Nanao
Hoyt Corkins us
Hoyt Corkins
69,500 12,500
WSOP 2X Winner
Brandon Hall us
Brandon Hall
Michael Campbell us
Michael Campbell
Ivan Saul ar
Ivan Saul
Duy Ho us
Duy Ho
66,500 11,500
Nick Rampone us
Nick Rampone
66,000 -1,000
Stanislas Le Marchand fr
Stanislas Le Marchand
Gilles Frere fr
Gilles Frere
Jason Lee us
Jason Lee

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Kum Rivers Quads To Bust Opponent

Level 11 : 500/1,000, 100 ante

Phil Kum and one other player were all in and Kum was behind with {2-Clubs}{2-Hearts} versus the {j-Clubs}{j-Diamonds} of his opponent. They both flopped sets with the {2-Spades}{10-Diamonds}{j-Hearts}. The turn was the {5-Clubs} and the river was the {2-Diamonds} to give Kum his needed card.

Player Chips Progress
Phil Kum us
Phil Kum
40,000 40,000

Bubble Bursts Three Ways, Possibly Four!

Level 11 : 500/1,000, 100 ante

The money bubble has burst amid a little controversy. At one end of the room, Dmitry Shchepkin called an all-in bet with {A-Spades}{K-Hearts} and was racing against {10-Diamonds}{10-Hearts}. The board ran {5-Hearts}{7-Spades}{3-Clubs}{9-Spades}{A-Clubs} and the player with pocket tens busted.

At the same time, Eoghan O'Dea was sent to the rail and a third player crashed out at the same time. Play resumed with everyone seemingly in the money places. However, the clock was paused once again because the floor staff thought they may have miscounted and a fourth player exited on the bubble, too.

Order seems to have been restored and 180 players remain in the hunt for this event's bracelet.

Level: 11

Blinds: 500/1,000

Ante: 100