2014 WSOP Day 14 – More Gold Handed Out

Win in gold letters

That’s that for the first two weeks of the World Series of Poker then, now onto the remaining four. Day 14 saw another two bracelet winners revealed and also set us with some more final tables for tomorrow. Take a look at our brief report on each of the events taking place on Day 14.

Event #19 – $1.5k NLHE Day 3 – Gillis Bags Bracelet

This event brought us the first of two bracelets won on Day 14 of the World Series of Poker as Ted Gillis managed to overcome the tough final table to win his first bracelet. He also takes home by far his biggest score of his career in $514,027 after beating the bracelet holder John Hennigan heads up.

The Final Standings

1st) Ted Gillis – 514,027

2nd) John Hennigan – 319,993

3rd) Dejan Divkovic – 222,429

4th) Jacobo Fernandez – 160,193

5th) Mustapha Kanit – 117,079

6th) Jaime Kaplan – 86,609

7th) Hiren Patel – 64,911

8th) Edison Shields – 49,267

9th) Dylan Thomassie – 37,834

10th) Darin Stout – 29,709

Event #20 – $3k No Limit Hold’em Shootout Day 3 – Kilpatrick Wins

Next up we had another winner in the $3k Shootout as Kory Kilpatrick got his hands on his first WSOP bracelet and $254,891. This was a superb achievement considering he had Phil Galfond, Taylor Paur and Chris Bell on his final table. Each of those players already have a bracelet to their names and were all looking for number two here.

The Final Standings

1st) Kory Kilpatrick – $254,891

2nd) Eric Wasserson – $157,490

3rd) Noah Bronstein – $115,659

4th) Jack Duong – $85,616

5th) Chris Bell – $63,877

6th) Phil Galfond               – $48,043

7th) Taylor Paur – $36,414

8th) Michael Stonehill – $27,812

9th) Dylan Linde – $21,409

10th) Narendra Banwari – $16,609

Event #21 – $1k NLHE Day 2 – Bounahra Leads Final 16

We are also now close to another bracelet being awarded after this event reached the end of Day 2. There are 16 players remaining with Bob Bounahra leading the field on 1,058,000 chips. He has some big names on his tail though such as Dominik Nitsche and Jeff Gross, so how it plays out will certainly be interesting.

The Current Standings

1st) Bob Bounahra – 1,058,000

2nd) Thayer Rasmussen – 933,000

3rd) Dominik Nitsche – 707,000

4th) Jeff Gross – 540,000

5th) Zachary Gruneberg – 540,000

6th) Eric Shanks – 407,000

7th) Lance Harris – 332,000

8th) Erwann Pecheux – 258,000

9th) Eric Milas – 240,000

10th) David Burt – 237,000

Event #22 – $10k HORSE Championship Day 2 – Hang Leading 21

One of the more prominent events today was that of the $10k HORSE, bringing a high quality field to match the high buy-in. Tommy Hang is the player that finished Day 2 with the most chips, yet with names like Justin Bonomo, David Benyamine and Calvin Anderson still involved you know its going to be a keenly contested affair.

The Current Standings

1st) Tommy Hang – 757,000

2nd) Randy Ohel – 611,000

3rd) Richard Ashby – 508,000

4th) Christopher Wallace – 506,000

5th) David Benyamine – 412,000

6th) Justin Bonomo – 345,000

7th) Lee Goldman – 340,000

8th) John Cernuto – 335,000

9th) Calvin Anderson – 301,000

10th) Max Pescatori – 282,000

Event #23 – $1k NLHE Turbo Day 1 – Polk Leads Final Table

There was just this event being a fresh one on Day 14 of the WSOP but it was a belter. The turbo event brought in 1,473 players but finished with just the nine that will battle it out on the final table. Doug Polk is the man leading right now but anything could happen when the players return later tonight.

The Current Standings

1st) Doug Polk – 971,000

2nd) Andy Philachack – 906,000

3rd) Liam Allock – 779,000

4th) Jonathan Hanner – 442,000

5th) Dash Dudley – 338,000

6th) Anthony Gregg – 271,000

7th) Andrew Mackenzie – 267,000

8th) Chad Cox – 247,000

9th) Gianluca Cedolia – 202,000