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2011 World Series of Poker

Event #4: $5,000 No-Limit Hold’em
Giorni 1
Event Info

2011 World Series of Poker

Risultati finali
Mano Vincente
Event Info
Informazioni livello
60,000 / 120,000

Official Day 1 Chip Counts (completo)

Official Day 1 Chip Counts

Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Gavin Cochrane gb
Gavin Cochrane
Victor Ramdin us
Victor Ramdin
Brian Lemke us
Brian Lemke
WSOP 1X Winner
Dave Sands
Dave Sands
Jordan Morgan us
Jordan Morgan
136,900 500
WSOP 1X Winner
Matthew Braund
Matthew Braund
Jamie Rosen us
Jamie Rosen
Joe Tehan us
Joe Tehan
129,900 31,900
Brandon Cantu us
Brandon Cantu
WSOP 2X Winner
Lee Cox
Lee Cox
Abbey Daniels us
Abbey Daniels
Frank Rusnak us
Frank Rusnak
Bryn Kenney us
Bryn Kenney
114,600 32,600
WSOP 1X Winner
Marc-David Delimal
Marc-David Delimal
Darren Elias us
Darren Elias
112,700 35,700
Shane Schleger us
Shane Schleger
112,700 20,700
John Hoang us
John Hoang
Jason Potter
Jason Potter
108,100 14,100
Cary Katz us
Cary Katz
Erick Lindgren us
Erick Lindgren
WSOP 2X Winner
Peter Gilmore
Peter Gilmore
Steven Levy
Steven Levy
101,100 31,100
Martin Kabrhel cz
Martin Kabrhel
100,800 71,800
WSOP 2X Winner

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Event #4: $5,000 No-Limit Hold’em

Giorno 1 completo

Day 1a in the Bag; Cochrane, Ramdin and Lemke Out Front

Livello 10 : 400/800, 100 ante
Chip leader Gavin Cochrane
Chip leader Gavin Cochrane

The third day of the 42nd World Series of Poker welcomed one of the marquee events of the series with the Event #4: $5,000 No-Limit Holdem kicking off in the Pavilion Room.

Today's event was a true test of how Black Friday would effect the World Series, and when the dust settled on registration, a whopping field of 865 settled down to battle it out the felt; which bested the 792-player field from last year.

Nearly every table was stacked with a seasoned veteran or a dangerous online whiz kid as players sought to take advantage of a generous structure. Reigning champion Jason DeWitt led an array of causalities throughout the day as highly-talented players such as Vanessa Selbst, Jason Mercier, Daniel Negreanu, Sorel Mizzi, Tom Dwan, Jonathan Duhamel and Huck Seed all managed to find an early exit.

With the chips bagged and tagged, the board still reads that 246 players remain in contention for taking a piece of the $4,065,500 prizepool home - but more importantly the $874,116 first prize.

Leading the field into tomorrow Gavin Cochrane who amassed a 175,500-chip stack which just pipped PokerStars Team USA Pro Victor Ramdin who bagged a 174,700-chip stack mainly courtesy of winning an ace-king versus queens flip late in the day. 2009 champion Brian Lemke sits third on our leaderboard with 171,900, and when you throw in the dangerous Jordan Morgan (136,400), Brandon Cantu (129,500) and Erick Lindgren (102,200) alongside Jennifer Tilly (61,900), Maria Ho (47,000) and Lauren Kling (27,800), and tomorrow's field is certainly stacked.

The PokerNews Live Reporting Team will again be providing continuous live coverage as we play firstly down to the money-paying top 81, before making a run at the final table. Make sure to join us from 2:30 pm PST as we continuing writing the history of the 2011 World Series of Poker live from the Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino!

Tags: Gavin Cochrane

Lee Finishing Strong

Livello 10 : 400/800, 100 ante

Bernard Lee has been working to finish strong in the last level of the day. He mentioned that he three-bet opponents twice in the last level, once with {K-}{K-} and the other with {A-Diamonds}{K-Diamonds}. Both times his opponent folded and Lee was able to pick up a few chips. He rounded out the day with 52,400 in his stack.

Tags: Bernard Lee

Gotta Be Chip Leader Right?

Livello 10 : 400/800, 100 ante

Facing an early position raise to 1,800 and a three-bet to 5,400, Victor Ramdin pushed out 15,000 into the pot from the button.

The original raiser moved all in for 61,100, and once the three-bettor passed, Ramdin made the call.

Ramdin: {A-Diamonds}{K-Clubs}
Opponent: {Q-Spades}{Q-Hearts}

Fortunately for Ramdin, the poker Gods were smiling down on him as the board dropped {A-Spades}{8-Spades}{6-Hearts}{2-Clubs}{7-Clubs} to see him bump his opponent to the rail while sending him soaring up to 177,000.

"That's gotta be a chip leader pot. Gotta be!" exclaimed Ramdin in excitement.

Yes it is Victor.

Tags: Victor Ramdin

King James, But It Ain't LeBron

Noah Schwartz in earlier day action
Noah Schwartz in earlier day action

Mega Miami Heat fan Noah Schwartz broke tables, and on the first hand at his new location, bumped it up to 2,200 from middle position.

A few spots over, James Bord shuffled chips and ummed and ahhed for over ninety seconds before moving all in for 16,600. The action passed back to Schwartz and he made the call to the WSOP Europe Champion at risk.

Bord: {K-Clubs}{K-Spades}
Schwartz: {A-Spades}{K-Hearts}

With Bord in the lead, the {9-Clubs}{Q-Spades}{7-Diamonds}{Q-Diamonds}{2-Diamonds} flop would ensure his double to over 35,000 as Schwartz slipped down to 30,000.

Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
James Bord gb
James Bord
35,000 20,000
WSOP 1X Winner
Noah Schwartz us
Noah Schwartz
33,000 -18,000
WSOP 1X Winner

Tags: Noah SchwartzJames Bord

Lindgren Sends Seed Sailing

Livello 10 : 400/800, 100 ante

Huck Seed raised under-the-gun to 2,000 and was called by a player in middle position, Erick Lindgren on the button and the big blind.

The flop came {4-Diamonds}{10-Clubs}{6-Clubs} and Seed c-bet 6,000 after the big blind checked. The middle position player folded and Lindgren raised to about 30,000, which was enough to put Seed all in. Seed made the call.

Seed: {7-Clubs}{9-Clubs}
Lindgren: {A-Clubs}{J-Clubs}

Seed was in bad shape despite having a straight-flush draw. The {5-Hearts} turn was no help and the {A-Hearts} river sealed the deal for Seed, sending him to the rail.

Lindgren now stands with a healthy stack of 110,000

Tags: Erick LindgrenHuck Seed