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2011 World Series of Poker

Event #38: $1,500 No-Limit Hold’em
Giorni 2
Event Info

2011 World Series of Poker

Risultati finali
Mano Vincente
Event Info
Informazioni livello
80,000 / 160,000

Event #38: $1,500 No-Limit Hold’em

Giorno 2 completo

Official End-of-Day Chip Counts

Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Perry Lin us
Perry Lin
1,054,000 54,000
Michael Blanovsky
Michael Blanovsky
Paul Nash
Paul Nash
736,000 346,000
Ryan Laplante us
Ryan Laplante
WSOP 1X Winner
Jonathan Spinks
Jonathan Spinks
Matthew Lupton
Matthew Lupton
Melanie Weisner us
Melanie Weisner
Daniel Bobick
Daniel Bobick
Randolph Lanosga
Randolph Lanosga
Pim de Goede nl
Pim de Goede
420,000 -20,000
Robert Cheung ca
Robert Cheung
WSOP 1X Winner
Jacob Toole us
Jacob Toole
Matt Wilkins
Matt Wilkins
Arkadiy Tsinis us
Arkadiy Tsinis
337,000 107,000
WSOP 1X Winner
Christopher Homan
Christopher Homan
David Rounick us
David Rounick
Jason Tang us
Jason Tang
243,000 243,000
Francis Lynch
Francis Lynch
Hoai Pham vn
Hoai Pham
Jamie Armstrong us
Jamie Armstrong
Daniel Aldridge us
Daniel Aldridge
Aneris Adomkevicius lt
Aneris Adomkevicius

Day 2 in the Books, Lin Leads, Weisner Waiting in the Wings

Livello 20 : 5,000/10,000, 1,000 ante
Melanie Weisner (pictured): searching for her first WSOP bracelet on Day 3
Melanie Weisner (pictured): searching for her first WSOP bracelet on Day 3

Without a doubt, this could have been the most bizarre day we've ever had here in the Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino. Period. If the rapid rate of attrition and the roars from the nearby final tables wasn't enough, it was all capped off with a huge British invasion that practically brought play to a standstill during the last three hands.

Still, from 298 players at the start of Day 2 of WSOP Event #35, we're now down to just 23. And emerging as our chip leader from all the madness is Perry Lin, with just over one million in chips. He's followed by Michael Blanovsky (757,000), Ryan Laplante (701,000), Jonathan Spinks (688,000) and Matthew Lupton (555,000).

We should also point out that Melanie Weisner has bagged up 549,000, but with the "last woman standing" moniker aside, she played some power poker throughout the day and will definitely be the one to watch tomorrow. Could she finally become the first female player to win a WSOP open bracelet since Vanessa Selbst in 2008?

All we know that after all that racket, it's time for a couple of Tylenol for our headaches and a good night's rest. Thanks for staying with us here at PokerNews, be sure to join us once again when we kick off tomorrow at 2:30 p.m. PDT. Ciao for now!

Tags: Perry Lin

Ryan Snickles Eliminated in 24th Place, Ryan Milisits Eliminated in 23rd Place ($15,950)

Livello 20 : 5,000/10,000, 1,000 ante

As the final three hands played out on each table, the Barmy Army, who had been cheering over on the secondary feature table next to the ESPN Main Stage, came through and practically barnstormed the Purple section of the Amazon, chanting and drinking.

Needless to say, their antics didn't go down too well with most of the players or the floor staff and as they tried to settle the crowd down (who kept getting even more rambunctious), through all the commotion, we were unable to catch the details of Kuey's elimination.

Tags: Natale Kuey

Three More Hands ...

Livello 20 : 5,000/10,000, 1,000 ante

... and the Barmy Army have arrived just in time to cheer on ... well, whoever they want to cheer on. It's almost time to wrap this one up!

Gabriel Alarie Eliminated in 27th Place ($15,950)

Gabriel Alarie - 27th Place
Gabriel Alarie - 27th Place

Michael Blanovsky got it all-in against Gabriel Alarie shortly after the players redrew for seats at the final three tables.


Blanovsky: {A-Diamonds}{J-Diamonds}
Alarie: {Q-Hearts}{Q-Clubs}

Alarie was in great shape with his queens but would need to fade aces or diamonds in order to earn the double-up. The flop came {2-Clubs}{2-Spades}{4-Diamonds} and Alarie was safe so far. The {10-Diamonds} on the turn increased his risk and now any diamond or ace would eliminate him from the tournament.

River: {A-Spades}

The guillotine fell swiftly for the Alarie and he hit the rail with disappointment written clearly across his face.

Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Gabriel Alarie
Gabriel Alarie

Tags: Gabriel AlarieMichael Blanovsky