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Heads-Up: WSOP Day 24 Recap
Twenty-four days of championship poker are in the books, and the Rio Pavilion is bursting at the seams with WSOP action.
Plenty of big-time tournaments were on display Sunday, with the $10k No-Limit Hold'em Championship final table as the main course.
A champion was also crowned in the $1k Seniors Championship, while a slew of former WSOP POYs battled it out in $3k H.O.R.S.E.
Here's a look around the WSOP on Day 24:
Event #34 - $1k Seniors No-Limit Hold'em Championship
Harold Angle outlasted the rest at the final table, winning a first-place prize of $487,994 and taking down the bracelet at the $1k Seniors Championship.
This event was open for registration to anyone over age 50, so there weren't any online whiz kids in the field of 3,142 players.
That doesn't mean there weren't a slew of great players in the field, including Tom Schneider, who finished 14th and cashed for $22,805.
This tournament saw a huge increase in attendance over 2009, when 2,707 players were in the field.
Event #35 - $10k Heads-Up Hold'em Championship
This 256-player event did not play down to a winner on Sunday as was originally scheduled.
The final two players, Ayaz Mahmood and Ernst Schmejkal, played the first of three heads-up matches until 5:30 a.m. Tuesday and decided to call it a night. Mahmood took the first match but they will return to decide a winner at 7 p.m. on Tuesday.
Vanessa Rousso finished in the quarterfinals for $94,956 while Russian Alex Kostritsyn lost in the quarterfinals $219,969. Gavin Smith, Alex Kravchenko and Chris Moorman also made it into the money.
Event #36 - $1k No-Limit Hold'em
Day 1b of this event drew 1,119 entrants, bringing the combined Day 1s total to 3,649.
We saw a good portion of the Day 1b field eliminated today, as only 165 players made it through.
Soheil Shamseddin will be amongst the chip leaders coming back after a terrific run in Day 1b.
Day 2 commences at 2:30 p.m. Monday with all 455 surviving players from Day 1a and 1b.
Event #37- $3k H.O.R.S.E.
The mixed games format continues to gain popularity at the WSOP, as 478 players registered for $3K H.O.R.S.E.
219 of poker's most well-rounded players came back Sunday for Day 2, with lots of notable names in attendance.
David Benyamine, John Juanda, Phil Ivey and Jeff Lisandro were a few of the sharks terrorizing the field on Day 2, and each of the four pros had chips to work with when the money bubble burst at 48 players.
Chau Giang, Robert Williamson III, Daniel Negreanu and Michael Binger were amongst the unlucky contenders eliminated before the cash.
By the end of the day 25 players remained with Juanda in the chip lead with 393,000 and Phil Ivey lurking in seventh place with 200,000.
We're scheduled to play down to a champion Monday, with the winner set to pocket $329,840.
Day 3 begins at 3 p.m. Monday.
Event #38- $10k Pot-Limit Hold'em Championship
268 deep-pocketed players hit the felt for the beginning of the $10k PLO Championship, and as expected a ton of big names registered for the event.
Daniel Negreanu, Annette Obrestad, Chris "Jesus" Ferguson, Tom Dwan and Jennifer Tilly were all in attendance on Day 1.
By the end of the day Tilly, Dwan, Ferguson, Obrestad were all eliminated but Negreanu will take a decent stack into Day 2.
Tom "Kingsofcards" Marchese was the man of the hour, however, as he finished with 334,000 for the chip lead.
Day 2 will kick off at 3 p.m. tomorrow.
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