2018 World Series of Poker

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Event #38: $10,000 Seven Card Stud Championship
Event #38: $10,000 Seven Card Stud Championship
Dia 1 Terminado

Yu, Negreanu Top Standings After Day 1 of the $10,000 Seven Card Stud Championship

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Ben Yu is the chipleader after Day 1
Ben Yu is the chipleader after Day 1

After the first ten levels of Event #38: $10,000 Seven Card Stud Championship played out on Monday, the Day 1 field of 76 has been reduced to just 27. The likes of Daniel Negreanu, Scott Seiver, and Robert Mizrachi remain with Ben Yu holding the overall lead.

Yu, who was one of the last players to take a seat on Day 1, registering just before the final break and ended up with 280,000. Yu scooped a big pot against Calvin Anderson with a flush and cruised up the counts from that point on.

Negreanu sits with the second best stack heading towards Day 2, returning with 212,000. Al Barbieri (208,000), Seiver (202,500), Mark Gregorich (153,000), Jesse Martin (149,000), Robert Mizrachi (142,500) and Matt Grapenthien (139,500) are just some of the cast that will hit the felt when the action picks back up. Defending champion Mike Wattel is still in the hunt for back-to-back titles. Wattel ended the night on 154,500 and will look to increase that number on Day 2.

Some notable stars to see their chips dispersed among the survivors and are no longer in contention include Anthony Zinno, Jason Mercier, Nick Schulman, David Benyamine, Andre Akkari, Shaun Deeb, Ray Dehkharghani, Jeff Lisandro, Eli Elezra and Adam Friedman.

All is not lost for anyone who wasn't able to make it to the registration line before the day ended as registration remains open until the start of Day 2. Day 2 will see cards get back in the air at 2 p.m. with limits at 4,000/8,000 for the first two hours of the day.

Stay tuned to the blog as PokerNews will be on the floor providing live coverage until the last card comes off the deck and the latest WSOP champion is crowned.

Mike Wattel
Defending champion Mike Wattel made it through to Day 2

Tags: Adam FriedmanAl BarbieriAndre AkkariAnthony ZinnoBen YuDaniel NegreanuDavid BenyamineEli ElezraJesse MartinMark GregorichMatt GrapenthienMike WattelNick SchulmanRay DehkharghaniScott SeiverShaun DeebWSOP

Day 2 Seating and Chip Counts

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RoomTableSeatPlayerCountryChip CountBig Bets
Amazon4241Mark GregorichUnited States153,00019
Amazon4242Matt GrapenthienUnited States139,50017
Amazon4243Eric KurtzmanUnited States173,50022
Amazon4245Michael MckennaUnited States168,00021
Amazon4248Mike WattelUnited States154,50019
Amazon4251Yaniv BirmanUnited States169,50021
Amazon4252Joseph CappelloUnited States92,00012
Amazon4254Andrew KelsallUnited States125,50016
Amazon4255Al BarbieriUnited States208,00026
Amazon4256Ben YuUnited States280,00035
Amazon4323Cory ZeidmanUnited States81,50010
Amazon4324Todd BrunsonUnited States102,50013
Amazon4325Jesse MartinUnited States149,00019
Amazon4326Leandro VlastarisUnited States53,0007
Amazon4327Daniel NegreanuCanada212,00027
Amazon4328Harry Thomas Jr.United States51,0006
Amazon4331Robert MizrachiUnited States142,50018
Amazon4332Laith SalemUnited States140,50018
Amazon4334Paul MangineUnited States162,00020
Amazon4335Perry FriedmanUnited States110,00014
Amazon4337Peter ChunUnited States104,00013
Amazon4338Yordan PetrovBulgaria99,50012
Amazon4401Owais AhmedUnited States149,00019
Amazon4402Michael SigelUnited States166,50021
Amazon4403Jordan SiegelUnited States174,50022
Amazon4404Scott SeiverUnited States202,50025
Amazon4408Jerri ThomasUnited States42,0005

End of Day Chip Counts (Completo)

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Ben Yu us 280,000 68,000
Daniel Negreanu ca 212,000 56,000
Al Barbieri us 208,000 -27,000
Scott Seiver us 202,500 47,500
Jordan Siegel us 174,500 -300
Eric Kurtzman us 173,500 51,500
Yaniv Birman us 169,500 169,500
Michael McKenna us 168,000 168,000
Michael Sigel US 166,500 166,500
Paul Mangine us 162,000 162,000
Mike Wattel us 154,500 -5,500
Mark Gregorich us 153,000 3,000
Jesse Martin us 149,000 12,000
Owais Ahmed us 149,000 16,000
Robert Mizrachi us 142,500 2,500
Lee Salem us 140,500 140,500
Matt Grapenthien us 139,500 -33,500
Andrew Kelsall us 125,500 -34,500
Perry Friedman us 110,000 22,400
Peter Chun us 104,000 104,000
Todd Brunson us 102,500 -7,500
Yordan Petrov bg 99,500
Joseph Cappello us 92,000 -63,000
Cory Zeidman us 81,500 -6,500
Leandro Vlastaris us 53,000 53,000

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Four More Hands

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The clock has been paused on Day 1 and each table will play four more hands before players bag up their chips for the night.

Negreanu Makes a Flush

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Daniel Negreanu
Daniel Negreanu

Daniel Negreanu: {x-}{x-}/{8-Spades}{2-Spades}{9-Spades}{2-Hearts}/{x-}
Anthony Zinno: {x-}{x-}/{q-Clubs}{k-Hearts}{10-Hearts}{7-Diamonds}/{x-}
Opponent: {x-}{x-}/{a-Spades}{5-Hearts}{3-Hearts} - folded on fifth

Daniel Negreanu, Anthony Zinno, and a neighbor went to fourth street where the neighbor bet and Negreanu and Zinno both called.

Zinno led on fifth, the neighbor folded, and Negreanu flatted.

Negreanu led on sixth street only to see Zinno make it two bets. Negreanu raised and Zinno called.

Negreanu bet on seventh and Zinno flatted. Negreanu tabled the {7-Spades}{4-Spades}{3-Diamonds} making a flush and Zinno mucked rolled up queens.

Daniel Negreanu ca 182,000 73,000
Anthony Zinno us 91,000 -17,000

Tags: Anthony ZinnoDaniel Negreanu

Final Level of the Night

AnTh0nyWTF • Nível 10: 3,000-6,000, 1,000 ante

Though the limits have not changed, the action has rolled over into the final level of the night. Just 60 minutes remain on Day 1. At the conclusion of the level the remaining players will bag up for the night and return on Tuesday at 2 PM.

Nível: 10

Bring In 1,000 - Completion 3,000