De Wolfe, Alenius take bracelets at WSOP June 14th

Daniel Negreanu
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Roland De Wolfe made history at the WSOP on Sunday night, but that wasn't the only story from the Rio.

Swedish pro Tomas Alenius overcame a 3-1 chip disadvantage to win his first Andy Black, the aforementioned Greenstein and Lacey Jones among the notable survivors.

Mike Matusow, Maria Ho and Doyle Brunson were among those eliminated.

Action will resume at 2 p.m. on Monday.

Check out the PokerListings.com 2009 WSOP section for more coverage from Las Vegas.

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