The 2014 World Series of Poker is well underway at the Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada, but that's not the only place you can get your WSOP fix. From June 1-15, grinders in Nevada will be able to participate in the WSOP.com Online Championship Series.
The 15-event WSOP.com Online Championship Series festival features more than $550,000 in combined guarantees, and the winners of the first 14 events will all receive an entry into the $200,000 guarantee WSOP Online Championship Main Event on June 15.
There's still a full week of events left on the schedule, beginning with tonight's $55 No-Limit Hold'em Rebuy & Add On at 7 p.m. The event features a $10,000 guaranteed prize pool and less than 40 players are registered, so don't miss out!
Hand #15: Mustapha Kanit raised to 60,000 from under the gun and he won the blinds and antes when all the other players folded.
Hand #16: Hiren Patel raised to 60,000 and Dejan Divkovic called. The flop came and Patel bet 80,000. Divkovic called and the turn came the . Both players checked and the river card was the . Both players checked again and Divkovic showed and won the pot.
Hand #17: Dejan Divkovic raised to 65,000 from the cutoff and Mustapha Kanit called in the small blind. The flop was dealt . Kanit checked and Divkovic bet 80,000. Kanit reraised to 190,000 and Divkovic let go of his hand.
Hand #18: John Hennigan raised to 60,000 and Dejan Divkovic called. Ted Gillis called in the small blind and we went to the flop three-handed. The flop came and play was checked to Divkovic who bet 85,000. Gillis called, Hennigan folded, and the turn was the . Gillis led out for 160,000 and Divkovic called. The river was the and Gillis pushed all in which made Divkovic fold and Gillis scooped up the pot.
Hand #19: Mustapha Kanit raised to 60,000 from the cutoff and Ted Gillis called. The dealer put down for the flop. Kanit continued for 65,000 and Gillis raised to 130,000. Kanit three-bet to 255,000 and Gillis four-bet shoved all in. Kanit spent a minute deciding his action, but eventually folded, giving Gillis the pot.
Hand #8: John Hennigan raised to 60,000 and Dejan Divkovic called from the small blind. The flop was and Divkovoic bet 75,000 and Hennigan made the call. The turn was the , Divkovik bet 135,000 and Hennigan folded.
Hand #9: Ted Gillis raised to 60,000 from early position and Hennigan called, as did Divkovic. The flop was the and all three players checked. The turn was the and Gillis checked. Hennigan bet 115,000 and Divkovic and Gillis both folded.
Hand #10: Jacobo Fernandez raised to 75,000 and Divkovic three-bet to 140,000. Action folded back to Fernandez who called. The flop was the , Fernandez checked and Divkovic bet 85,000. Fernandez raised to 185,000 and Divkovic called.
The turn was the , Fernandez pushed all in and Divkovic folded.
Hand #11: Mustapha Kanit opened for 60,000 and Ted Gillis three-bet to 140,000. Action folded back around to Kanit who also folded.
Hand #12: Divkovic raised to 60,000 and Gillis reraised to 210,000 from the big blind and Divkovic folded.
Hand #13: Divkovic raised to 65,000 from under the gun and everyone folded.
Hand #14: Hennigan raised to 60,000 from the button and Divkovic called. The flop came down the and Divkovic checked. Hennigan bet 60,000 and Divkovic called. The turn was the and both players checked. The river came the and both players checked.
Hand #6: Mustapha Kanit raised to 60,000 and John Hennigan called. The flop came and Kanit bet 70,000. Hennigan called and the turn card was the . Kanit bet again - this time to 185,000 - and Hennigan called. The river was the and Kanit kept firing. He made it 360,000 which Hennigan called. Hennigan scooped the pot when he showed pocket kings.
Hand #7: Action folded to Edison Shields who raised to 60,000 and Dylan Thomassie pushed all in. Both Dejan Divkovic and Shields called.
The dealer flopped and Divkovic's kings raced ahead, though Thomassie picked up a flush draw. The turn was the and Divkovic made quads. The river completed Thomassie's flush, but it was no good to the four kings. Dylan Thomassie was knocked out in ninth place and Edison Shields was eliminated in eighth.
Hand #1: Hiren Patel opened for 60,000 and took the blinds and antes.
Hand #2: Hiren Patel raised to 60,000 and Ted Gillis moved all in from the small blind and Patel folded.
Hand #3: Dylan Thomassie raised all in and took the blinds and antes.
Hand #4: Dejan Divkovic raised to 60,000 and Hiren Patel called from the big blind. The flop was the and Patel checked. Dejan bet 75,000 and Patel called. The turn was the and Patel checked. Divkovic bet 135,000 and Patel folded.
Hand #5: Dylan Thomassie raised to 60,000 and took the blinds and antes.
With Darin Stout's exit, we have our official final table of nine players and will provide hand-for-hand coverage for the rest of the tournament. Below is where they are sitting and the stacks as final-table play begins: