(Way) Outside the WSOP – Day 20 Evening Update

by , Jun 16, 2010 | 8:56 pm

Recapping the seven WSOP bracelet events taking place this afternoon:

Tebben defeats McNamara for 1k NL bracelet

The $1,000 No-Limit Holdem final table just concluded with Jeffrey Tebben defeating JD McNamara in heads-up play, winning his first WSOP bracelet. Tebben also earned $503,389, while McNamara earns $310,248. Full results and Nolan Dalla’s tournament report will appear later at wsop.com.

Six remain in 2500 NL 6-max

The official final table has been established for the $2,500 No-Limit Holdem 6-max final table, returning from dinner break shortly. Joe Baldwin will start as the leader with 2,812,000 in chips. Follow the updates at wsop.com.

Maxwell looking to hammer Stud 8 final table

The final table of the $1,500 Stud Hi/Lo 8 or Better final table has also been finalized. Maxwell Troy remains the leader with 755,000 in chips. Notables at the final table include David Levi (565,000), Karina Jett (450,000), and Allen Bari (170,000). Action will resume shortly, follow the split-pot action over at PokerNews.

Cloutier closing in at 2500 PLO

The $2,500 Pot-Limit Omaha field has made the money with 50 players remaining. Bryce Yockey is the current chip leader with 293,000, followed by T.J. Cloutier (232,000), Chau Giang (225,000), Michael Greco (150,000), Joe Serock (114,000) and Adam Junglen (95,000). Play is scheduled for six more levels or a final table is reached, whatever comes first, updates available at wsop.com.

More updates on page 2:

Morris moving up at 10k limit holdem

About 50 players remain in the $10,000 Limit Holdem World Championship with players just returning from their dinner break. Simon Morris currently holds the chip lead with 262,000, among the notables trying to run him down: David Chiu (225,000), Brock Parker (170,000), Mark Newhouse (165,000), Bill Chen (115,000), and Michael Mizrachi (107,000). Catch the raising and re-raising at PokerNews.

Channing chopping up the field in 1500 NL M

A field of 2,394 took seats at the $1,500 No-Limit Holdem event, with less than 700 players returning from dinner break. 243 players make the money, with the winner pocketing a cool $581,851. The reported chip leader is British pro Neil Channing with 55,000. Other notables: Phil Hellmuth (25,000), Jennifer Tilly (19,000) and Nikolay Evdakov (15,000). Updates and chip counts can be found at wsop.com.

HORSE draws a crowded house

The seventh WSOP bracelet event got underway at 5pm with the $1,500 HORSE event drawing a field of 828. The final 80 players make the money, with the winner taking down $257,134. An early chip leader hasn’t been established, but you can see who breaks out of the pack with updates and chip counts at PokerNews.

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