WSOP Day 19 – Bracelets For Hang & Bilokur

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Day 19 at the World Series of Poker is now in the bag after a bust day that saw six events playing brought us two more WSOP bracelets. We also saw the start of the latest $10k Championship with this one being in the Six-Handed Bo Limit Hold’em format.

Get yourself refreshed on the action by taking a quick look through our summary of events.

Event #27 – $1.5k HORSE Day 3 – Hang Wins 1st Bracelet

The first bracelet of the day came from Event #27. Tommy Hang managed to come out on top of the 15 remaining players which included stopping Jim Collopy from winning his second WSOP bracelet during a quickly resolved heads up session.

The Final Standings

1st) Tommy Hang – $230,744

2nd) Jim Collopy – $142,533

3rd) Kristan Lord                – $96,894

4th) Brandon Guss – $67435

5th) Joe Villella – $47,905

6th) Chris George – $34,725

7th) Stewart Yancik – $25,668

8th) David “ODB” Baker – $19,338

Event #28 – $10k PL Hold’em Championship Day 3 – Bilokur Grabs Bracelet

Bracelet number two for the day came in the Pot-Limit Hold’em Championship as the final ten players had to fight it out for the title on Day 3. It was Alex Bilokur that eventually managed to defeat the rest to lay claim to his maiden WSOP bracelet and a nice payday of $398,567.

The Final Standings

1st) Alex Bilokur – $398,567

2nd) Matt O’Donnell – $246,310

3rd) Alexander Venovski               – $178,434

4th) Chino Rheem – $131,705

5th) Ismael Bojang – $98,978

6th) Todd Brunson – $75,681

7th) Pratyush Buddiga – $58,851

8th) Richard Lyndaker – $46,533

9th) Barny Boatman – $37,389

10th) Dan Shak – $30,516

Event #29 – $2.5k NLHE Day 2 – Armstrong Leads Final 20

Event #29 brought us down from the 209 players that started Day 2 to the 20 that will now all be in with a chance of the WSOP bracelet. The bubble period was also busted on Day 2 meaning the top 91 players at least made some money. Jamie Armstrong is leading going into Day 3 with 765,000 chips.

The Final Standings

1st) Jamie Armstrong – 765,000

2nd) Barry Hutter – 731,000

3rd) Chris Johnson – 665,000

4th) Sam Cohen – 654,000

5th) Andy Phan – 603,000

6th) Daniel Laming – 561,000

7th) Thad McNulty – 520,000

8th) Yang Liu – 474,000

9th) Rep Porter – 463,000

10th) Matt Salsberg – 447,000

Event #30 – $1.5k 7-Card Stud Hi/Lo Day 2 – Kurtzman Leads Final 12

This event saw 109 players returning to the felt looking to make a deep run and make the final table. Come the end of the day however that final table just couldn’t be made, leaving 12 players still to come back tomorrow.

Eric Kurtzman is the leader as things stand with a chip count of 490,000 but there are plenty of notable names right in behind him that are more than capable of making a late charge.

The Current Standings

1st) Eric Kurtzman – 490,000

2nd) Calvin Anderson – 356,000

3rd) Sanjay Pandya – 307,000

4th) Joe Tehan – 285,000

5th) Melissa Burr – 222,000

6th) Jimmy Fricke – 216,000

7th) Ted Forrest                 – 183,000

8th) David Brooker – 176,000

9th) Robert Goldfarb – 170,000

10th) Levon Torosyan – 92,000

Event #31 – $1.5k NLHE Day 1 – Pritchard Claims Early Lead

The first of two new events was the $1.5k NLHE which managed to bring in a large field of 1,631 on Day 1. Ten levels later that field was reduced to 187 with Jason Pritchard sitting pretty at the top of the leader board with 142,400 chips.

The Current Standings

1st) Jason Pritchard – 142,400

2nd) Kyle Weir – 130,000

3rd) Guillaume Fourcade – 116,400

4th) Mike Del Vecchio – 115,100

5th) Bryan Reisner – 114,700

6th) Bart Hanson – 105,100

7th) Ray Qartomy – 103,300

8th) Peter Gould – 100,300

9th) H Michael Borovetz – 92,200

10th) Mikal Blomlie – 91,100

Event #32 – $10k 6-Handed NLHE Championship Day 1 – Markin Leads

The final event of the day was also a new started and this one managed to pull in 264 players readily happy to part with $10k. That field was cut almost into one third remaining with Leonid Markin leading a very notable top ten.

The Current Standings

1st) Leonid Markin – 206,800

2nd) Ashton Griffin – 162,300

3rd) Scott Clements – 150,300

4th) Doug Polk – 149,300

5th) Markus Gonsalves – 145,900

6th) Kyle White – 142,300

7th) Wai Kin Yong – 141,100

8th) Joe Cada – 138,700

9th) Wade Townsend – 136,800

10th) Ryan Fee – 134,200