2014 WSOP Day 7 – One Final Table Established

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2014 WSOP Day 7 – One Final Table Established

Has it already been one week? Every year the World Series of Poker seems to go by faster and faster. Day 7 saw four events in total and although there were no bracelets awarded one of the events did reach its final table. There was also just one new event that kicked off, so its actually been a rather quiet day.

Have a look at what went down at the World Series of Poker in Las Vegas.

Event #8 – $1.5k Millionaire Maker Day 3 – Graner Leads FT

The record breaking Millionaire Maker has now got right down to the business end of proceedings after Day 3 reduced the field from 178 to just the nine that will now compete for the bracelet. Stephen Graner is the one closest to that achievement right now is Stephen Graner after a brilliant day at the felt brought him a chip count of 12,005,000.

That is more than 7 million more than anyone else, so he will be the man to stop on the final day.

The Final Table

1st) Stephen Graner – 12,005,000

2nd) James Duke – 4,645,000

3rd) Andrew Teng – 4,375,000

4th) Andrew Dick – 4,185,000

5th) Bradley Anderson – 3,850,000

6th) Jonathan Dimmig – 2,870,000

7th) Maurice Hawkins – 1,960,000

8th) Jeffrey Coburn – 1,660,000

9th) Jason Johnson – 1,245,000

Event #9 – $1k No Limit Hold’em Day 2 – Patti Leads Remaining 12

The 161 survivors from Day 1 all returned to the action in this event last night and had to survive another ten levels of action before being condensed down to the final 12. Frank Patti finished the day leading the pack with stack of 1,197,000, giving him a solid lead going into Day 3.

Also in the frame are notable players Vinny Pahuja and Chris Hunichen, so we expect plenty more fireworks before this one is completed.

The Current Standings

1st) Frank Patti – 1,197,000

2nd) Jorge Vergara – 1,159,000

3rd) Nghiahiep Nguyen – 687,000

4th) David Inselberg – 458,000

5th) Jeff Smith – 431,000

6th) Chris Hunichen – 404,000

7th) Vinny Pahuja – 341,000

8th) Dylan Linde – 311,000

9th) Chris Haugo – 277,000

10th) John Fontana – 255,000

Event #10 – $10k Omaha Hi/Lo Championship – Two Tables Remaining

Day 2 of the $10 Omaha Hi/Lo event was also played out last night and it finished after the 111 players where cut down to just the final 18 going into Day 3. Viatcheslav Ortynskiy is in the best position with 862,000 chips but the field is full of notable players who are more than capable of chasing him down.

Eli Elezra, Dan Kelly and Doug Polk are all hot on his tail in the top ten.

The Current Standings

1st) Viatcheslav Ortynskiy – 862,000

2nd) Eli Elezra – 535,000

3rd) Richard Ashby – 527,000

4th) Andrew Brown – 487,000

5th) Dan Kelly – 425,000

6th) Shirley Rosario – 375,000

7th) Ismael Bojang – 327,000

8th) Steve Lustig – 319,000

9th) Ofir Mor – 263,000

10th) Doug Polk – 231,000

Event #11 – $1.5k 6 Handed No Limit Holdem Day 1 – Immekus Early Leader

This was the only new event to start on Day 7 of the WSOP and it attracted a healthy field of 1,587 players. However, after 11 long levels that number was reduced to just the 151 players that have progressed into Day 2.

The man that had the most successful day was Nicholas Immekus after he bagged up 159,900 chips. He leads the likes of Jason Wheeler, Erik Cajelais and Eddy Sabat in the top ten.

The Current Standings

1st) Nicholas Immekus – 159,900

2nd) Luis Camprlo – 145,000

3rd) Blake Whittington – 135,400

4th) Chris MacNeil – 130,000

5th) Steven Hensley – 120,000

6th) Jason Wheeler – 119,200

7th) Abraham Korotki – 103,000

8th) David Peters – 90,000

9th) Erik Cajelais – 89,000

10th) Eddy Sabat – 86,000