This is shaping up as a really exciting WSOP. Record numbers, big names have made runs at bracelets, final tables have been stacked. Here’s the latest…
:: Event #17 ($1,000 NLH Seniors) – Dan Heimiller defeated this record-breaking field of 4,425 to capture his second bracelet. For the win, he banked his largest circuit payday of $627,462. Heimiller overcame a final table that included two-time WSOP Main Event champ Dennis Phillips. DP, who finished second in this event in 2012, bowed out in fifth for $153,883. Get a full recap here.
:: Event #18 ($10,000 Razz) – Germany’s George Danzer, he of the awesome hair (above), captured this event, claiming his first bracelet and $294,792. This was Danzer’s second final table of the 2014 WSOP, having come in fifth in Event #5. The big story coming into the start of the day with this was Daniel Negreanu making another run at bracelet #7, but he was knocked out in tenth for $28,878. Get full results here
:: Event #19 ($1,500 NLH) – They’re down to 12 from a 2,086 starting field. John Hennigan remains, going for bracelet #3. Fairly friends and family after that. Get full chip counts here.
:: Event #20 ($3,000 NLH Shoot-Out) – Down to the final table, with first paying $254,891. In contention are Phil Galfond (going for bracelet #2) and Chris Bell (same). See the full final table here.
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