Dia 2 Terminado
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Dia 2 Terminado
Charles Sinn Holds Commanding Lead at Final Table of $1,500 Razz; Yuri Dzivielevski, David "ODB" Baker Still in the Hunt
It took until the last hand of a grueling 10-hour day, but the final table of Event #42: $1,500 Razz has been set.
Charles Sinn will take 2,345,000 and a comfortable chip lead into his first WSOP final table. Sinn leads second-place Brett Feldman (1,230,000) by more than one million chips.
Sinn and Feldman have never won a WSOP bracelet, but the final table is full of players who have accomplished that goal. Matt Grapenthien (1,215,000), Yuri Dzivielevski (1,015,000), Bradley Ruben (855,000), and David "ODB" Baker will all look to add another bracelet to their collection tomorrow. Baker built a sizeable chip lead over the rest of the field during the day, being the first to break the million-chip barrier, but fell back toward the bottom of the leaderboard at 180,000.
Final Table Seat Draw
|1||2||David "ODB" Baker||180,000|
Day 2 began with 98 players out of a starting field of 311 with their sights on making the money. Daniel Negreanu, Ari Engel, and Matt Waxman were all eliminated before the money bubble burst. The unfortunate bubble-boy was Reza Golestani, who fell in 48th place.
Once the bubble burst, David "Bakes" Baker (46th), Day 1 chip leader Ariel Shefer (44th), Anthony Zinno (41st), reigning WSOP Player of the Year Robert Campbell (39th), and Ryan Riess (27th) all found their way to the payout desk. Actor James Woods made it to 20th place before he was knocked out in a double-elimination along with Tom McCormick by Feldman.
Play will resume at 2 p.m. PST on Saturday inside the Mothership in the Amazon Room. A new champion will be crowned by the end of the day, and PokerNews will be on hand to provide all the live updates.
With the elimination of Jose Paz-Gutierrez, Day 2 has come to an end. The remaining eight players will return for the final table Saturday at 2 p.m. PST.
Stay tuned for a full recap and chip counts.
Jose Paz-Gutierrez: //
Bradley Ruben: //
On the last hand of the night, Jose Paz-Gutierrez went all in against Bradley Ruben. Paz-Gutierrez finished with an 8-7, while Ruben made a 7-6-3-2-A to bring the tournament down to the final table.
"I have a plane to catch tomorrow," Paz-Gutierrez said as he congratulated the rest of the table.
|1||2||David "ODB" Baker||185,000|
Jason Papastavrou: //
Charles Sinn: //
Charles Sinn bet out on sixth street and Jason Papastavrou called. Sinn bet again on seventh, and Papastavrou put his remaining chips in the middle.
Sinn opened up for 8-7-6-2-A, while Papastavrou showed , pairing his six and making 8-7-6-5-A to hit the rail.
The remaining nine players are now redrawing for the unofficial final table and will play out the four minutes left on the clock before bagging for the night.
Charles Sinn completed, and then called a raise from Matt Grapenthien.
Charles Sinn: /
Matt Grapenthien: /
Grapenthien called bets on fourth through sixth street, before both players checked on seventh. Grapenthien caught a 8-7-6-5-3 to add a sizeable pot to his stack.
Yuri Dzivielevski: //
David "ODB" Baker: //
David "ODB" Baker was the bring-in with the and called after Yuri Dzivielevski completed. Baker called again on fourth street, then led out on fifth.
Dzivielevski called before taking the lead again on sixth and seventh. Baker called on sixth but folded his hand on seventh.
Jose Paz-Gutierrez completed and called the all-in bet from Hassan Kamoei.
Hassan Kamoei: / /
Jose Paz-Gutierrez: / /
Paz-Gutierrez could not catch up, as Kamoei's 9-7-4-2-A was good enough to double up.