A redunkulous six tournaments were going on yesterday at the 2010 WSOP. We’ve already covered Michael “The Grinder” Mizrachi winning the $50k Player’s Championship. Below are the rest of the recaps.
:: Event #3 ($1,000 NLH) – Down from 4,345 to the final 9. Adam Daya of America’s Cap is the big stack with 2,855,000. It’s a friends and family final tableTM. Get full final table chip counts here.
:: Event #4 ($1,500 O8B) – Michael Chow of Hawaii takes down his first bracelet, besting a field of 818 and banking $237,140. He defeated Dan Heimiller, a ginger, who yesterday looked like a super ginger (orange beard, orange shirt), heads-up for the title. Ylon Schwartz actually finished third. Get full final table payouts here.
:: Event #5 ($1,500 NLH) – The starting field of 2,092 is down to 23. Vincent Jacques leads with 1,498,000. Praz Bansi (616,000), Yuval Bronshtein (498,000), and Dwyte Pilgrim (209,000) also remain. Get full chip counts here.
:: Event #6 ($5,000 NLH Shoot-Out) – A field of 358 created a first place prize of $441,692. Big names who won their table yesterday include but are certainly not limited to Dario Minieri, Tom ‘durrrr’ Dwan, Chad Brown, Chris “Jesus” Ferguson, Faraz Jaka (more on him later), Chino Rheem, and Heather Sue Mercer. Full list of winners here.
:: Event #7 ($2,500 2-7 Triple Draw) – The final event of the day had 291 entrants and played down to 96. Salim Hanna is the overnight chip leader with 65,400. He’s followed by Hoyt Corkins (63,400) and the charter member of the Davidson Matthew Club, Davidson Matthew (56,400). Get full chip counts here.