2009 WSOP Round-Up: Greg ‘FBT’ Mueller Wins First Bracelet

He seems pretty happy about this.

He seems pretty happy about this.

A lot of the buzz yesterday had to do with the NHL Awards being in town and the invasion of hockey players in the Rio Amazon Room. So fittingly, an ex-hockey player wins his first bracelet. Here’s the run-down:

:: Event #32 ($1,500 NLH): A week after finishing second in the $2,500 NLH event, Angel Guillen breaks through and wins his first bracelet, banking $530,548. Get full results and payouts here.

:: Event #33 ($10,000 Limit Hold’em): The most noise for the day was generated at this final table, as all of Greg ‘FBT’ Mueller‘s backers that he owes money to friends and supporters cheered him on to victory and a long overdue first bracelet. Mueller defeated a talented final table to bank $460,836. Pat Pezzin finished second, Chad Brown third, and Daniel Alaei fourth. Get full results here.

:: Event #34 ($1,500 NLH): The starting field of 2,095 is now down to 21. Roland de Wolfe continues to roll, ending the day third in chips with 644,000. He trails chip leader Jonas Klausen, stacked at 939,000. Praz Bansi and ElkY are also still alive. Get full chip counts here.

:: Event #35 ($5,000 PLO): The final tourney of the day brought in 363 entrants with 64 making it to Day 2. The overnight chip leader is Jesper Hougaard, stacked at 208,500. Other big named big stacks include Sorel Mizzi (177,000), Jeffrey Lisandro (162,500), Sandra Naujoks (157,000), JohnnyBax “Cliff Josephy” (148,800), and David “Devilfish” Ulliott (140,000). Not surviving was Daniel Negreanu, who vlogs about it in the below vid.

Watch Negreanu Has Him Some Crazy Dreams on RawVegas.tv


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