What could’ve been and what may come…here’s the latest around the 2014 WSOP.
:: Event #35 ($5,000 NLH 8-Handed) – Josh Arieh was thisclose to winning his third bracelet. After finishing fourth in Event #6 (NLH Shoot-Out), Arieh inched a couple of spots higher, losing heads-up to Brian Yoon. Arieh earned $391,575 for second. Yoon earned his second bracelet (he won the Little One for One-Drop last year) and banked $633,341. He now has over $1.4M in career WSOP earnings. Get full results here.
:: Event #36 ($1,500 No-Limit 2-7) – Former November Niner Joseph Cheong just missed out on his second bracelet, finishing second in this event for $55,309. He was defeated heads-up by Steven Wolansky ($89,483), who earned his first bracelet. Get full results here.
:: Event #37 ($1,500 PLO) – A field of 967 is down to 11. Marcel Vonk leads. Galen Hall is in third. Erick Lindgren finished 13th. Get full chip counts here.
:: Event #38 ($10,000 7CS 8oB) – This is a stacked, stacked final 13. George Danzer continues his 2014 WSOP tear, sitting atop the leaderboard with 785,000. The nearest competitor is Jeff Lisandro with a “Dr. Pauly approved” 420,000. Brian Hastings (415,000), Ted Forrest (387,000), and Calvin Anderson (372,000) follow. Norman Chad also remains. Get full chip counts here.