Event #63: $1,500 Six-Handed 10-Game Mix
Event #63: $1,500 Six-Handed 10-Game Mix
Day 1 completed

Bryn Kenney Leads Final 85

[user196676] • Level 10
Bryn Kenney
Bryn Kenney

Day 1 of Event #63: $1,500 Six-Handed 10-Game Mix has come to a close. After 10 full levels of play, Bryn Kenney emerged as the chip leader at the end of the night with 67,000 in chips.

The day began with 485 hopefuls hitting the felt with the hopes of winning the final mixed bracelet of the 2014 World Series of Poker. By the end of the day just 85 players bagged up and now have a real shot at achieving that goal. While Kenney bagged up the biggest stack in the room, other noteworthy players are right on his heels. Two-time bracelet winner Scott Clements consistently trended up the chip counts throughout the day and had a surge in the last few levels of the night. He bagged up 55,825 and will be a serious contender returning on Day 2. Justin Bonomo, who began his day with a Day 3 elimination in Event #59: $3,000 Omaha Hi-Low, hopped in this event and thrived as the day progressed. Bonomo bagged 49,050 and will be searching for his second career bracelet on Thursday.

The aforementioned players sit toward the top of the chip counts, but dozens of other familiar faces bagged up and will be in contention during tomorrow's play. Other players returning for Day 3 include Andrey Zaichenko (46,300), Sergey Rybachenko (45,250), Eric Wasserson (45,000), Mike Leah (37,625), Victor Ramdin (37,125), Randy Ohel (35,925), Allen Cunningham (35,075), Daniel Negreanu (30,150), Alex Rocha (22,600), Marcel Luske (20,200), Dutch Boyd (17,225), Chris Moneymaker (15,000), and Phil Laak (8,925).

While those players thrived throughout the day, others sat down only to see elimination before the day's conclusion. Players such as Maria Ho, Jimmy Fricke, Brandon Cantu, Max Pescatori, David Chiu, George Danzer, Gavin Smith, Mike Gorodinsky, Matt Glantz, Jeff Madsen, Calen McNeil, and Eli Elezra are just a small sample size of those to hit the rail.

Play resumes at 2 p.m. local time in the Amazon Room where the field will play another ten full levels on the quest through the money bubble and beyond. As always, PokerNews will be on hand throughout the day to provide live updates from the tournament felt.

Tags: Bryn Kenney

End-of-Day Chip Counts and Day 2 Seat Draw (full)

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TableSeatPlayerChips
3471Carol Fuchs3,075
3472Denis Ethier36,375
3473James Van Alstyne20,325
3474Tyson Marks11,575
3475Colin Burton12,100
3476Mikal Blomlie27,100
    
3481David Schnettler4,650
3482Steve Cowley2,300
3483Paul Bong21,575
3484Gregory Jamison19,350
3485Michael Mixer17,475
3486David Blatte11,500
    
3491Martin Staszko2,050
3492Devon Ballard27,975
3493Randy Ohel35,925
3494Dan Matsuzuki14,550
3495Brandon Shack-Harris35,950
3496James Carroll50,850
    
3501Sergey Rybachenko45,250
3502Robert Lauria32,450
3503Chris Klodnicki9,775
3504David White21,300
3505Mel Judah11,550
3506Peter Levine11,300
    
3511Roland Israelashvili36,725
3512Eric Wasserson45,000
3513Daniel Zack30,850
3514Jordan Siegel11,125
3515Jonas Mackoff17,450
3516Justin Bonomo49,050
    
3531Marcel Luske20,200
3532Benton Blakeman33,925
3534Daniel Negreanu30,150
3535Pablo Melogno31,150
3536Jan Suchanek38,925
    
3541Tom Koral32,225
3543Chris Wallace13,575
3544Bruce Levitt17,975
3545Scott Clements55,825
3546Phil Laak8,925
    
3552Alan Emerson7,475
3553Samuel Gorr8,475
3554Steven Wolansky29,250
3555Andrei Kaigorodtcev11,375
3556Paul Sokoloff38,050
    
3561Andrey Zaichenko46,300
3562Shawn Buchanan32,600
3563Christoph Haller35,025
3564Stuart Rutter13,125
3565Ro Park3,000
3566Troy Lozano12,550
    
3571Victor Ramdin37,125
3572--Did Not Report--12,075
3573Brett Jungblut11,825
3574Chris Moneymaker15,100
3575Brian Brubaker44,000
3576Bryn Kenney67,000
    
3591Anton Smirnov13,725
3592Alexander Golik4,950
3593Berry Johnston8,800
3594Shai Elyahou29,525
3595John D'Agostino13,175
3596Matthew Schultz19,975
    
3601Alex Rocha22,600
3602Allen Cunningham35,075
3603Andreas Hoivold10,075
3604Jose-Luis Velador41,700
3605Mike Leah37,625
3606Michael Trivett18,700
    
3611Lori Berumen36,350
3612Dutch Boyd17,225
3613Orjan Skommo46,475
3614Aaron Steury24,625
3615Brandon Lee19,450
3616Tyler Short4,750
    
3621Bruno Fitoussi12,450
3622Jesse Klein28,450
3623John Bunch19,525
3625Haresh Thaker29,350
3626Brant Hale13,925
    
3631Jeremy Ausmus23,675
3632Matt Szymaszek32,550
3634Matthew Wood5,425
3635Mark Gregorich23,875
3636Fabio Coppola39,875
Bryn Kenney us 67,000 7,000
Scott Clements us 55,825 22,825
James Carroll us 50,850 50,850
Justin Bonomo us 49,050 18,550
Orjan Skommo no 46,475 46,475
Andrey Zaichenko ru 46,300 16,800
Sergey Rybachenko ru 45,250 10,250
Eric Wasserson us 45,000 14,500
Brian Brubaker us 44,000 20,500
Jose-Luis Velador 41,700 41,700
Fabio Coppola US 39,875
Jan Suchanek nz 38,925
Paul Sokoloff ca 38,050 38,050
Mike Leah ca 37,625 8,625
Victor Ramdin us 37,125 -875
Roland Israelashvili us 36,725 12,225
Denis Ethier us 36,375 36,375
Lori Berumen us 36,350 36,350
Brandon Shack-Harris us 35,950 10,450
Randy Ohel us 35,925 925
Allen Cunningham us 35,075 -3,925
Christoph Haller 35,025 35,025
Benton Blakeman 33,925 33,925
Shawn Buchanan ca 32,600 15,600
Matt Szymaszek us 32,550

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Moneymaker Busts Brown

[user196676] • Level 10

No-Limit 2-7 Single Draw

We found Andrew Brown all in and at risk before the draw for about 6,000 and action folded around to Chris Moneymaker who shipped all in over the top from the small blind. The big blind folded and Moneymaker drew one, prompting a pat from Brown. Moneymaker fanned {7-}{4-}{3-}{2-} and Brown announced that he patted a jack. Moneymaker instantly rolled over a {9-}, making a ninety-seven and scoring the knockout.

Chris Moneymaker us 19,000 1,000
Andrew Brown us Busted

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Late Night Chip Counts

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Bryn Kenney us 60,000 25,000
Allen Cunningham us 39,000 18,000
Victor Ramdin us 38,000 20,500
Randy Ohel us 35,000 7,000
Scott Clements us 33,000 13,800
Justin Bonomo us 30,500 6,200
Eric Wasserson us 30,500 4,500
Steven Wolansky us 29,000 -4,000
Brandon Shack-Harris us 25,500 3,600
Dutch Boyd us 20,000 11,000
Bruno Fitoussi fr 19,000 14,200
Chris Moneymaker us 18,000 -10,000
Shawn Buchanan ca 17,000 3,500
David Bach us 7,000 -13,000
John Hennigan us Busted
Matt Glantz us Busted
Calen McNeil ca Busted
Jeff Madsen us Busted

Mizrachi Takes Most

[user196676] • Level 10

Omaha 8

We arrived at the table in time to find Andrey Zaichenko and Michael Mizrachi take a flop with a third player already all in and at risk. The dealer fanned {5-Diamonds}{J-Diamonds}{4-Clubs} and both active players checked to the {K-Diamonds} turn. Zaichenko led with a bet, Mizrachi came over the top, and Zaichenko called.

The {6-Diamonds} rivered and Zaichenko check-folded to one more bet from Mizrachi. Mizrachi opened {Q-Diamonds}{Q-Spades}{10-Diamonds}{7-Hearts}, playing his queen-ten for a flush. The all-in player showed {A-Diamonds}{A-Clubs}{8-Hearts}{3-Spades} for a low and took half of the main pot. Mizrachi won the other half with his high and all of the side pot. He's now up to about 10,000 in chips.

Andrey Zaichenko ru 29,500 -500
Michael Mizrachi us 10,000 3,600

Tags: Andrey ZaichenkoMichael Mizrachi

Level: 10

LIMIT FLOP/DRAW GAMES - 300 600 600-1,200
STUD GAMES 100 200 600 600-1,200
NO-LIMIT (2-7/HOLDEM) AND POT-LIMIT GAMES 75 150 300 -

More Chip Counts

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Sergey Rybachenko ru 35,000
Andrey Zaichenko ru 26,000 4,500
Justin Bonomo us 24,300 1,800
Alex Rocha us 22,000 -25
Chris Klodnicki us 13,300 4,300
Stuart Rutter gb 12,200 1,700
Marcel Luske nl 12,100 3,800
Phil Laak us 10,600 3,000
Nick Schulman us 9,200 5,100
Berry Johnston us 8,800 300
Martin Staszko cz 8,000 -3,600
John Hennigan us 7,200 -2,600
Michael Mizrachi us 6,400 -15,600
Calen McNeil ca 5,500 -2,000
Jeff Madsen us 4,400 -4,600
David "Bakes" Baker us Busted
Mickey Appleman us Busted

Tens Good For Steury

[user196676] • Level 9

No-Limit Hold'em

On a flop of {5-Diamonds}{A-Diamonds}{7-Hearts}, Aaron Steury checked over to his lone opponent who fired 950. Steury flatted to see the {5-Clubs} pair the board on the turn. Steury checked for a second time and his opponent knocked the table back.

Fifth street was the {J-Clubs} and Steury checked one final time. A check behind allowed Stuery to table {10-Hearts}{10-Diamonds} for a winning two pair of tens and fives. Stuery picked up the pot and boosted his stack to about 33,000.

Aaron Steury us 33,000 7,500

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