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Day 1 of Event #4: €1,650 No-Limit Hold'em 6-Handed is in the books after twelve 40-minute long levels and 70 players remain from the 237 that started today. The registration and reentry period is open until the start of Day 2 at 2 p.m. local time tomorrow so more players could be joining the field tomorrow.
Bagging the chip lead was Ryan Leng (239,500), he already has 24 cashes in WSOP events and one WSOP Circuit ring and is now looking to win his first bracelet. Second in the chip counts is Dmitrii Deviatov (232,700) and third is Vincent Moscati with 214,900.
Other big stacks include Walter Treccarichi (211,600), Jan Subik (209,300), Bernard Larabi (209,200) and Michael Sklenicka (191,500). Also, still in are Martin Kabrhel, Sander van Wesemael, Sergio Fernandez, Erik Cajelais, Phil Hellmuth, Anthony Zinno, Ryan Hughes, Kristen Bicknell, Kenny Hallaert and Chris Ferguson.
Unfortunately, not everyone could make it through the day, new bracelet winners Oleksandr Shcherbak and Andreas Klatt won’t be adding another bracelet to their collection yet. John Racener, Alex Foxen, Mike Leah, Kevin MacPhee are some of the players that have fallen at the hurdle.
Play resumes Friday at 2 p.m. local time so make sure you’re following all updates here at PokerNews.
Day 2 Seat Draw
|119||4||Jaroslav Peter||Czech Republic||49,400||21|
|119||6||Martin Kabrhel||Czech Republic||37,900||16|
|125||1||Phil Hellmuth||United States||56,800||24|
|125||4||Chun Ho Law||United Kingdom||77,600||32|
|126||1||Lisiy Serghei||Russian Federation||151,500||63|
|126||2||Sander van Wesemael||Netherlands||158,800||66|
|126||6||Petr Šetka||Czech Republic||134,700||56|
|131||1||Petr Targa||Czech Republic||73,200||31|
|131||3||Edward Ochana||United States||106,600||44|
|131||5||Dmitrii Deviatov||Russian Federation||232,700||97|
|138||4||Anthony Zinno||United States||90,700||38|
|143||2||Luis Andre Rodrigues Dono||Portugal||125,100||52|
|144||5||Vincent Moscati||United States||214,900||90|
|149||1||Sidney Farber||United States||132,200||55|
|149||3||Ryan Hughes||United States||71,700||30|
|150||2||Kenny Hallaert||United Kingdom||18,400||8|
|150||3||Ioli Alexandr||United States||178,100||74|
|150||4||Michael Sklenička||Czech Republic||191,500||80|
|150||5||Bertrand Grospellier||United Kingdom||34,200||14|
|155||2||Anatolii Zyrin||Russian Federation||99,100||41|
|155||3||Viacheslav Goryachev||Russian Federation||44,200||18|
|155||4||Theodore Mc Quilkin||France||184,600||77|
|155||5||Jan Šubík||Czech Republic||209,300||87|
|156||2||Vahid Amirzahiri||United Kingdom||43,200||18|
|156||5||Milan Šimko||Czech Republic||61,500||26|
|161||1||Jan Bednář||Czech Republic||114,300||48|
|161||6||Chris Ferguson||United States||136,100||57|
|162||1||Ryan Leng||United States||239,400||100|
|162||2||Andriy Palyuga||Czech Republic||79,500||33|
|162||3||Brandon Cantu||United States||33,200||14|
|162||4||Barny Boatman||United Kingdom||87,400||36|
Play has ended for today. The players that have survived today will be back tomorrow at 2 p.m. local time together with any players that decide to register or reenter just before the start of Day 2. A recap of the day plus the full chip counts and the seat draw for tomorrow will be posted as soon as possible.
The tournament clock has been stopped with 237 entries registered and 76 players remaining. The players have to play four more hands before they can start bagging their chips up.
Ryan Leng just won a big hand:
"The other guy opened, I flat. The flop came eight-six-three. I check-raised to 10,400 on his 3,500 bet and he called. The turn was the queen, I overbet 33,500 and he called and I was really sad until the ace came on the river. I had ace-seven offsuit. I shoved and he called. He mucked in the end."
Vladimir Troyanovskiy shoved for 20,400 from the under-the-gun position. Viktor Katzenberger, in the small blind, called.
The board ran out - no help for Troyanovskiy and he was eliminated from the tournament.
Aaron Duczak raised to 3,500 from the hijack and was called by Phil Hellmuth in the small blind and the player in the big blind.
They all checked through the on the flop and the on the turn. The on the river completed the board and Hellmuth bet 4,200. His opponents quickly folded.
Kristen Bicknell has just doubled up.
Bicknell: "Tomas Soderstrom shoved all in from the cutoff for about 32,000. I called on the button for 29,000 with ace-queen. He had pocket eights. The board ran out ace-ace-nine-four-king and I doubled up!"
Since that hand, she has managed to add some more chips to her stack which means she's now playing with an almost average stack.
Martin Kabrhel is the newest member of the group of people that can call themselves a WSOP Bracelet winner. He was crowned the winner in the Turbo Bounty Hunter about 19 hours ago at 5 a.m. He only just joined the field and has already doubled up. Anthony Zinno has also joined the field late, while Brandon Cantu and Jeff Cormier have just reentered.