WSOP Day 32 – Ivey Wins 10th Career Bracelet

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Phil Hellmuth may well start looking over his shoulder once more after Phil Ivey claimed his 10th World Series of Poker bracelet to bring him closer to his tally of 13. Ivey won his latest bracelet in the $1.5k 8-Game event and took home a score of $167,332 to go with it.

Check out that event and the five others that were in play on Day 32 of the World Series of Poker.

Event #49 – $5k NLHE Day 3 – One More Day Needed

This event began with 23 at the start of Day 3 but due to the competitiveness of the players, once the two hour long three handed play session was over, the players and staff decided to finish up heads up during an extra day. The two players left in contention are David Miscikowski and Norbert Szecsi who are holding 5,525,000 and 4,920,000 respectively.

The Current Standings

1st) David Miscikowski – 5,525,000

2nd) Norbert Szecsi – 4,920,000

Event #50 – $1.5k 8-Game Mix Day 3 – Ivey Earns 10th Bracelet

Phil Ivey has only gone and done it, taking down his tenth WSOP bracelet after coming out on top of this field. Almost as happy as Ivey will be that of PokerStars Team Pro Daniel Negreanu who will also earn out of this victory due to a prop bet.

Ivey beat Bruce Yamron heads up to lay claim to the $167,332, though we all now it is the bracelet that he really wanted.

The Final Standings

1st) Phil Ivey – $167,332

2nd) Bruce Yamron – $103,375

3rd) Dan Heimiller – $66,246

4th) Aaron Steury – $44,286

5th) Stephen Chidwick – $30,488

6th) Yuebin Guo – $21,692

7th) Christoph Haller – $15,720

Event #51 – $1.5k NLHE Monster Stack Day 2 – 577 Remain

The extremely popular Monster Stack event is now down to 577 players after Day 2 brought us to that number from the 3,826 that started the day. Leading going into Day 3 is Salvatore Bianco who managed to amass 847,000 chips.

The Current Standings

1st) Salvatore Bianco – 847,000

2nd) Gabriel Paul – 753,000

3rd) Daniel Hirleman – 745,000

4th) Tom Alner – 610,000

5th) Jason Wheeler – 579,000

6th) Martins Adeniya – 577,000

7th) Jonnny Gray – 565,000

8th) Rocco Sofio – 555,000

9th) John Monnette – 550,000

10th) Jason Duval – 547,000

Event #52 – $10k Limit Hold’em Championship Day 2 – Sjavik Leads Ten

Event #52 has now revealed the final ten players that will fight tooth and nail for the bracelet tomorrow with Greg Debora being the player leading currently with 749,000 chips. His lead is not all that significant at the moment though, so still has plenty to do to claim his first WSOP bracelet.

The Current Standings

1st) Greg Debora – 749,000

2nd) Brian Tate – 670,000

3rd) Samuel Golbuff – 459,000

4th) Paul Mannoni – 403,000

5th) Jan Sjavik – 327,000

6th) Bill Chen – 318,000

7th) Mikail Tulchinskiy – 298,000

8th) David Olson – 247,000

9th) Gabriel Nassif – 154,000

10th) Robert Como – 39,000

Event #53 – $10k Ladies NLHE Championship Day 1 – Landis Leading

The Ladies event is always a popular choice at the World Series of Poker and this time around there were 793 of the fairer sex that took up the opportunity to potentially win a bracelet. There will be just 101 of them going into Day 2 however and Patty Landis is the player that will will hold the chip lead with 71,200.

The Current Standings

1st) Patty Landis                – 71,200

2nd) Gwendoline Laurent – 59,300

3rd) Janis Numan – 58,500

4th) Randy Rusnell – 55,600

5th) Xuan Liu – 55,500

6th) Kendra Wray – 53,000

7th) Aoki Mikiyo – 50,100

8th) Heidi Rhodes – 49,000

9th) Elizabeth Montizanti – 46,100

10th) Stacey Sullivan – 45,600

Event #54 – $3k PLO Hi/Lo Day 1 Shaffer Edging It

This event also kicked off yesterday and it brought in 474 players looking to add a PLO bracelet to their name. Eight levels later and just 152 of those still had the chance to do just that. Brett Shaffer is just about edging the lead over Florian Langmann with each player amassing 97,900 and 94,000 respectively.

The Current Standings

1st) Brett Shaffer – 97,900

2nd) Florian Langmann – 94,000

3rd) Richard Gryko – 75,800

4th) George Danzer – 75,400

5th) Andy Bloch  – 72,600

6th) Ruben Vera – 62,500

7th) Lenny Talerico – 60,300

8th) Robert Mizrachi – 60,100

9th) Benjamin Miner – 60,000

10th) Iddo Feinberg – 58,100