2010 WSOP Update: Buchman, Baker Bank Bracelets

Newly minted Full Tilt pro Lacey Jones is among the Day 1 survivors in the $1,000 Ladies Event.

Along with a much needed infusion of pretty faces, action picked up big-time yesterday at the 2010 WSOP.

Here’s the latest.

:: Event #18 ($2,000 LH) – A charter member of our Anonymously Good All-Stars team, 2009 November NinerTM Eric Buchman entered the final table as chip leader and closed this one out, banking $203,607 and his first bracelet. Get full payouts here.

:: Event #19 ($10,000 2-7 NL Lowball) – In one of the more star-studded final tables of the WSOP so far, David Baker defeated Eric “Not T.J.’s Son” Cloutier heads-up for the title, winning his first bracelet and $294,321. John Juanda finished fourth ($78,088), Erik Seidel sixth ($41,270), Daniel Negreanu eighth ($26,004), and Andy Bloch ninth ($22,386). Get full final table payouts here.

:: Event #20 ($1,500 PLO) – The final table is set. Nenad Medic goes for his second bracelet, entering the day as the massive big stack with 1,504,000. He’s followed by 2005 July NinerTM Tex Barch 546,000. Full chip counts here.

:: Event #21 ($1,500 7CS) – Another final table set, with another top pro holding the chip lead. Sorel Mizzi goes for his bracelet as table big stack with 435,000. Dan Heimiller, a ginger (241,000) and Jon “Pearljammer” Turner, a ginger (83,000) also remain. Get full chip counts here.

:: Event #22 ($1,000 Ladies Event) – Can you believe the sales at Nordstrom’s this weekend? OMG! She is a bitch. I don’t know why he won’t return my calls. You totally don’t look fat in those jeans. You are such a Samantha. You go girl! I have to go to the bathroom, our whole table should go together! Table bathroom break! Totally. I hate Jesse James he is such an asshole! How could he do that to Sandra? Get full chip counts here.

:: Event #23 ($2,500 LH Six-Handed) – The final event of the day brought 384 entrants, creating a first place prize of $234,065. Alexander Queen ended play as chip leader, stacked at 74,400. Get full chip counts here.


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