2010 WSOP Update: Matt Matros Wins First Bracelet

The story of the day was definitely Tom ‘durrrr’ Dwan‘s run at a first bracelet (and attempt to drain the poker economy of millions of dollars). Still some other good storylines from over the weekend. Here’s the recap.

:: Event #12 ($1,500 LH) – Matt Matros of Brooklyn, NY (let’s hear it for New Yoooooooooork) bested a field of 650 to win his first bracelet, banking $189,870. Terrence Chan finished third for $83,185. Get full chip counts here.

:: Event #13 ($1,000 NLH) – A total of 3,042 entered the latest weekend $1k NLH event, with 566 remaining for Day 2. Andy Black is the overall chip leader, stacked at 90,275. He’s followed by Pedros Preis with 78,550. Get full chip counts here.

:: Event #14 ($1,500 2-7 NL) – The final table is set, with Nick Binger ending the day still as chip leader with 309,500. Mike Wattel is fourth overall with 146,000. Get full final table chip counts here.

:: Event #15 ($10,000 7CS 8oB) – The final event of the weekend brought in 170 players with 112 making it to Day 2. Marco Johnson ended the day as big stack with 121,500. Some guy named Phil Ivey is third overall with 109,800. Rounding out the holy triumvirate, Phil Hellmuth has 48,000 and Daniel Negreanu is stacked at 37,700. Get full chip counts here.

 

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