Another near miss for the [non] Year of the WomanTM, plus Tom ‘durrrr’ Dwan finds himself among the chip leaders of another tourney. Here’s the latest from the 2010 WSOP.
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:: Event #26 ($2,500 NLH Six-Handed) – William Haydon outlasted a field of 1,245 to bank $630,031 and his first bracelet. Justin Smith finished 8th ($55,236). Get full payouts here.
:: Event #27 ($1,500 7CS Hi/Lo) – Karina Jett, a woman, gave the Year of the WomanTM another good run, at one time almost lapping the field with chips with five remaining. However, unlike Wilson Phillips, she couldn’t hold on, and bowed out in fourth, banking $60,588. The event was won by David Warga, who takes his second bracelet (he won the Casino Employees event in 2002) and $208,682. Get full recaps here.
:: Event #28 ($2,500 PLO) – Lots of big names were among the chip leaders during the day, but the field played down to 12 sans any of the aforementioned big names, unless you consider Asian Tommy Lee, Tommy Le, and Asianly-Pronounced Joe Sebok, Joseph Serock, big names. Get full chip counts here.
:: Event #29 ($10,000 LH) – With 13 remaining going into the final table, Michael “The Grinder” Mizrachi looks to join Vladimir Shchemelev as the only people to make three WSOP $10k final tables in the same year. Grinder is stacked eleventh overall with 256,000. Kyle Ray leads with 643,000. Other notables include Dave Baker (542,000), Brock Parker (351,000), and David Chiu (144,000). Get full chip counts here.
:: Event #30 ($1,500 NLH) – A total of 2,394 played down to 288. Carlos Mortensen, Neil Channing, and Steven Gross are among the biggest stacks. Get full chip counts here.
:: Event #31 ($1,500 H.O.R.S.E.) – The final event of the day registered 828 with 280 surviving. James Van Alstyne, Maria Ho, and the aforementioned Tom ‘durrrr’ Dwan are all among the big stacks. Get full chip counts here.