Event #19: $5,000 Pot-Limit Hold'em
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Event #19: $5,000 Pot-Limit Hold'em
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Danchev Leads After Day 1; Kelly and Katchalov Near the Top

[user101598] • Level 8: 300-600, 0 ante
Dimitar Danchev -
Dimitar Danchev -

After eight levels of play here on Day 1 of Event #19: $5,000 Pot-Limit Hold'em, less than 80 of the original 195 players remain. Leading the way is 2013 PCA Main Event winner Dimitar Danchev. On one of the last hands of the evening, Danchev eliminated Kyle Julius, who finished runner-up in the 2012 PCA Main Event. Julius moved all in on the turn of a jack-high board with a king-high flush draw, and Danchev called with two pair, holding when the river produced a brick.

Joining Danchev atop the charts are Dan Kelly, Ted Lawson, and Eugene Katchalov. Kelly is off to a very hot start in the 44th annual World Series of Poker, reaching the final tables of the $5,000 Eight-Handed Event and the Millionaire Maker. He also made Day 3 of the $1,500 H.O.R.S.E. event, which concluded today, but was unable to capture his second bracelet in any of those three events. Kelly will return tomorrow looking to capture his fifth cash and make his fourth Day 3 of the 2013 WSOP.

Katchalov, who has one cash at the 2013 WSOP, is looking to reach his first Day 3 of the summer. He made a full house in Level 2 and never looked back. Lawson, who only cashed in two events at the 2012 WSOP, is looking to reach the money for the first time in 2013. He played a massive hand in Level 5 against Andrey Zaichenko, where Zaichenko moved all in on the river of a dangerous-looking board. Lawson tank-called with two aces, and the Russian mucked his hand.

While those players prospered, others did not. There were plenty of players who hit the rail, including the aforementioned Zaichenko, Hasan Habib, Phil Hellmuth, Tom Marchese, Bryn Kenney, Brian Rast, Antonio Esfandiari, Dan Smith, Jonathan Little, Mohsin Charania, Phil Ivey, and Daniel Negreanu. Ivey was shuffling back and forth between this event and the $1,000 No-Limit Hold'em event that started the day, before finally busting over here in the last level of play. On the contrary, Negreanu busted on the first hand of the day. Kid Poker moved all in with a gut-shot straight flush draw, and Manuel Bevand called with middle set. Bevand held, and Negreanu hit the rail.

Despite the fast start, Bevand also busted on Day 1.

Day 2 will begin at 2 p.m. PDT in the Tan Section of the Amazon Room. We look forward to bringing you more up-to-the-minute updates straight from the tournament floor, but until then, goodnight from Las Vegas!

Tags: Dan KellyDimitar Danchev

Official End-Of-Day 1 Chip Counts (komplett)

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Dimitar Danchev bg
Dimitar Danchev
bg 106,300 9,300
Dmitry Vitkind ru
Dmitry Vitkind
ru 92,000
Ted Lawson us
Ted Lawson
us 91,000 3,000
Eugene Katchalov ua
Eugene Katchalov
ua 87,000 1,000
Matt O'Donnell us
Matt O'Donnell
us 74,400 21,400
Kristijonas Andrulis lt
Kristijonas Andrulis
lt 72,300 57,300
David Paredes us
David Paredes
us 69,900 8,900
Dan Kelly us
Dan Kelly
us 67,200 -2,800
Jason Somerville us
Jason Somerville
us 66,200 36,200
Jesse Martin us
Jesse Martin
us 63,200 10,200
Chris Johnson us
Chris Johnson
us 61,900
Mark Herm us
Mark Herm
us 59,500 -8,500
Jason Mercier us
Jason Mercier
us 59,500 -4,500
Nick Jivkov bg
Nick Jivkov
bg 59,300 25,300
Matt Marafioti ca
Matt Marafioti
ca 59,200 3,200
Takashi Ogura jp
Takashi Ogura
jp 59,100 13,100
Cary Katz us
Cary Katz
us 55,900
Joe Hachem au
Joe Hachem
au 54,600 -400
Max Lykov
Max Lykov
54,500 15,500
Nadar Kakhmazov ru
Nadar Kakhmazov
ru 53,200
Erick Lindgren us
Erick Lindgren
us 52,000 -2,000
Bertrand Grospellier fr
Bertrand Grospellier
GGPoker Ambassador
fr 50,400 15,400
Vitaly Lunkin ru
Vitaly Lunkin
ru 50,000 34,000
Mike Linster us
Mike Linster
us 48,000 -2,000
Nick Schulman us
Nick Schulman
us 47,500 16,500

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Prize Pool Information

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With 195 entrants, the total prize pool in Event #19 is $916,500. The top 27 players will earn a minimum of $7,881, while each member of the final table will take home $20,520. The winner will take home $224,560 along with the coveted gold bracelet. For the entire list, click the Payouts tab above.

Kyle Julius Eliminated By Dimitar Danchev

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Dimitar Danchev
Dimitar Danchev

In a battle of the blinds, Kyle Julius is all in for about 25,000 from the small blind after the turn of a {J-Spades}{8-Spades}{4-Spades}{9-Diamonds} board. Dimitar Danchev, with chips committed after the turn, tanks for about 90 seconds before he calls.

Julius: {K-Spades}{Q-Hearts}
Danchev: {J-Clubs}{8-Clubs}

Danchev fades Julius' river outs when the {7-Clubs} secures the pot for him.

Dimitar Danchev bg
Dimitar Danchev
bg 97,000 37,000
Kyle Julius us
Kyle Julius
us Ausgeschieden

Tags: Dimitar DanchevKyle Julius

Three More Hands

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Each table will play three more hands before bagging and tagging for the night.

Ivey Busts

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After hit-and-running his table throughout Day 1, Phil Ivey returned for a final time and busted with unknown action.

Phil Ivey us
Phil Ivey
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Cristos Cut Down

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Dan Kelly, who has chipped up very well here in the latter stages of the evening, checked and so too did Jordan Cristos on a flop of {q-Clubs}{4-Hearts}{6-Diamonds}. Joe Hachem, the 2005 World Series of Poker Main Event winner, fired out 2,500, and Kelly called. Cristos moved all in for what looked like 13,500, Hachem called, and Kelly folded.

Hachem: {q-Spades}{7-Spades}
Cristos: {q-Hearts}{3-Hearts}

Cristos needed help, but received none as the turn and river bricked {j-Diamonds}, {k-Hearts} respectively. He hit the rail, while Hachem now sits with around 55,000 chips.

Dan Kelly us
Dan Kelly
us 70,000 44,000
Joe Hachem au
Joe Hachem
au 55,000 22,000
Jordan Cristos us
Jordan Cristos
us Ausgeschieden

Tags: Dan KellyJoe HachemJordan Cristos