2014 WSOP Day 12 – Bui Wins Triple Draw

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The 11th day at the World Series of Poker brought us another action packed day in Las Vegas as we had a total of six events playing alongside each other. There should have been two bracelets awarded today but one will now have to wait until tomorrow after time ran out for the final two players in one event.

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Event #15 – $3k 6-Handed NHLE Day 3 – Another Day Needed

Day 3 of this event was meant to bring us another WSOP bracelet winner, yet due to a keenly contested heads up session between Gordon Vayo and Davidi Kitai another day will now be needed to discover the winner.

The day started with 15 players but the likes of Phill Hellmuth and Vladimir Geshkenbein could not do enough to stake a challenge for the title and were eliminated.

The Current Standings

1st) Gordon Vayo – 3,750,000

2nd) Davidi Kitai – 3,545,000

Event #16 – $1.5k 2-7 Triple Draw Day 3 – Bui Claims Bracelet

This was one event that did finish as Todd Bui earned his first bracelet after starting the day as the short stack and coming back to beat everyone left in the event. He took home $124,510 along with his bracelet after finally seeing off Tom Franklin during heads up.

The Final Standings

1st) Todd Bui – $124,510

2nd) Tom Franklin – $76,943

3rd) David Bell – $49,944

4th) Vladimir Shchemelev – $33,388

5th) Aaron Steury – $22,935

6th) David Gee – $16,170

Event #17 – $1k Seniors NLHE Day 2 Detienne Leading 32

The seniors event is now down to the last 32 players after they were reduced to that number from the 486 that began the day. Kevin Detienne is the player leading the event right now after bagging up an impressive 988,000 chips during Day 2.

The Current Standings

1st) Kevin Detienne – 988,000

2nd) Michael Wilson – 714,000

3rd) Mitchell Lehman – 700,070

4th) Milwood Motley – 687,000

5th) Doc Barry – 666,000

6th) David Vida – 629,000

7th) Dennis Phillips – 613,000

8th) Dan Heimiller – 613,000

9th) David Tran – 576,000

10th) Robert Cramer – 494,000

Event #18 – $10k 7-Card Razz Championship Day 2 – Bach Leads Final 12

Day 2 of the $10k Razz event is now down to the remaining 12 players and a possibility of providing the first double bracelet winner of this year’s series. David Bach leads on 565,000 but Brandon Shack-Harris is in second place and looking to add to the bracelet he won in the $1k PLO event at the start of this years WSOP.

The Current Standings

1st) David Bach – 565,000

2nd) Brandon Shack-Harris – 369,000

3rd) Daniel Negreanu – 340,000

4th) Dan O’Brien – 337,000

5th) Todd Dakake – 317,000

6th) George Danzer – 286,000

7th) Todd Barlow – 261,000

8th) Yuval Bronshtein – 221,000

9th) Brian Hastings – 194,000

10th) Naoya Kihara – 179,000

Event #19 – $1.5k NLHE Day 1 – Flitz Leading

The first of two new events to start up was the $1.5k NLHE which attracted 2,086 players looking to secure a WSOP bracelet. Come the end of the day however, just 233 are still in with a chance of doing just that.

Justin Fitz is out in front currently with 135,800 chips but there are plenty of players in the chasing pack that are capable of a deep run in this event.

The Current Standings

1st) Justin Filtz – 135,800

2nd) Jameson Painter – 116,900

3rd) Chris Furbert – 116,500

4th) Victor Chapnik – 116,300

5th) Andy Spears – 112,400

6th) Mihails Morozovs – 107,000

7th) Mitch Garshofsky – 106,000

8th) Michael Levine – 89,000

9th) Keanu Tabali – 79,600

10th) Scott Montgomery – 72,000

Event #20 – $3k NLHE Shootout Day 1

The final event of the day was Day 1 of the $3k NLHE Shootout which saw just the winners of each table advancing into Day 2. There were 389 players that opted to try this event out but as only the winner of each table advances, Day 1 is a notoriously tough day for most.

Among the winners were some very big names and they will now go into Day 2 knowing they are into the money.

The Current Standings

1st) Michael Pickett – 88,900

2nd) Luke Graham – 88,900

3rd) Sorel Mizzi – 88,800

4th) Taylor Paur – 88,800

5th) Christophe de Meulder – 88,700

6th) Stewart Newman – 88,700

7th) Dimitar Danchev – 88,700

8th) Alex Bolotin – 88,700

9th) Faraz Jaka – 88,600

10th) Andrey Garcia – 88,600