2014 WSOP Day 13 – Heimiller and Danzer Win

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We are on the verge of two weeks done and dusted at the World Series of Poker and the action is still coming thick and fast. We had a bracelet going to Dan Heimiller today to bring his tally up to two for his career and a whole host of action to talk about.

Check out the goings on during Day 13 of the World Series of Poker.

Event #17 – $1k Seniors NLHE Championship Day 3 – 2nd Bracelet For Heimiller

The first bracelet of the day went to Dan Heimiller after he overcame the final 32 of the record breaking Seniors event to win $627,462 and of course the title. He started the day as one of the bigger stacks an managed to continue to build it up until he finally found his way to heads up against Donald Maas and coming out as the winner.

The Final Standings

1st) Dan Heimiller – $627,462

2nd) Donald Maas – $388,054

3rd) David Smith                – $279,412

4th) Anthony Wise – $206,492

5th) Dennis Phillips – $153,883

6th) David Tran – $115,651

7th) Doc Barry – $87,615

8th) David Vida – $66,945

9th) Jim Custer – $51,573

Event #18 – $10k 7-Card Razz Championship Danzer Scoops 1st Bracelet

You knew it was going to happen eventually after Team PokerStars Pro George Danzer had made deep runs in a couple of events before finally getting his bracelet in this one. He had to beat Brandon Shack-Harris heads up who has already won a bracelet this summer, so you know he did not have it come his way easy. He won $294,792 for his efforts but we are sure he will be more thrilled with the bracelet.

The Final Standings

1st) George Danzer – $294,792

2nd) Brandon Shack-Harris – $182,155

3rd) Todd Barlow – $114,081

4th) Yuval Bronshtein – $82,602

5th) Brian Hastings – $64,557

6th) Todd Dakake – $51,481

7th) Naoya Kihara – $41,806

8th) David Bach – $34,500

Event #19 – $1.5k NLHE Day 2 Patel Leads The Way

We are now down to 12 players in this event and are now primed to finding out who the next WSOP bracelet winner will be. Hiren Patel holds a significant lead at the moment with 1,873,000 chips but we all know that anything can happen during a final day.

The Current Standings

1st) Hiren Patel – 1,873,000

2nd) Mustapha Kanit – 1,183,000

3rd) Ted Gillis – 1,118,000

4th) Jaime Kaplan – 984,000

5th) Jacobo Fernandez – 827,000

6th) John Hennigan – 746,000

7th) Dylan Thomassie – 692,000

8th) Ron Mcmillen – 603,000

9th) Gregg Merkow – 517,000

10th) Dejan Divkovic – 360,000

Event #20 – $3k NLHE Shootout Day 2 – 10 To Battle For Bracelet

The second day of the Shootout event has now seen the field reduced to just the ten players that have managed to win two consecutive tables and will now task them with winning just one more to become our latest WSOP champion. All players have similar chip counts after their particular wins and Phil Galfond is probably the biggest name still left in.

The Current Standings

1st) Chris Bell – 346,000

2nd) Taylor Paur – 339,000

3rd) Kory Kilpatrick – 344,000

4th) Jack Duong – 338,000

5th) Noah Bronstein – 354,000

6th) Michael Stonehill – 346,000

7th) Dylan Linde – 346,000

8th) Eric Wasserson – 345,000

9th) Narendra Banwari – 346,000

10th) Phil Galfond – 347,000

Event #21 – $1k NLHE Day 1 – DAlesandro Leading

The $1k No Limit Hold’em was the first of two new events starting up yesterday and its original field of 2,043 was dramatically reduced to just the 168 that will be returning to the action tonight.

Dave D’Alesandro leads with 154,400 but with the likes of Erik Seidel and Dominik Nitsche sitting in the top ten he still has a lot of work to do.

The Current Standings

1st) Dave D’Alesandro – 154,400

2nd) Bronson Tucker  – 108,000

3rd) Thayer Rasmussen – 91,200

4th) Chris Hunichen – 90,000

5th) Zo Karim – 88,100

6th) Soi Nguyen – 83,700

7th) Jeff Sluzinski – 82,000

8th) Erik Seidel – 80,600

9th) Dominik Nitsche – 79,200

10th) Simon Lam – 78,800

Event #22 – $10k HORSE Championship Day 3 Madsen Leads

The final event of the day was the start of the $10k HORSE championship that brought in 200 players. The difficult format eventually saw that field cut down to just 122 with Jeff Madsen leading the way with 129,200 chips. Phil Hellmuth, Greg Mueller and Erik Lindgren are also playing well though, so this event is sure to be an exciting one.

The Current Standings

1st) Jeff Madsen – 129,200

2nd) Greg Mueller – 121,400

3rd) Eric Rodawig – 112,000

4th) John Turner – 106,000

5th) Erik Lindgren – 105,600

6th) Vladimir Schemelev – 104,600

7th) Phil Hellmuth – 100,900

8th) Cory Zeidman – 95,500

9th) Calvin Anderson – 95,000

10th) Tuan Le – 92,500