Two bracelets are big news at WSOP June 4th

Travis Johnson
Travis Johnson wins summer's first donkament.

Travis Johnson came to Las Vegas with $3,500 in his pocket but the 30-year-old bank underwriter will be leaving with a gold bracelet and $666,853.

Johnson outlasted Steve Karp heads-up in the $1,500 No Limit Hold'em event, winning the final hand with A-Q to take his first Surinder Sunar, Tony Cousineau and John Kabbaj it's shaping up to be a stacked final table.

Check the chip counts here and follow our live coverage of the event all day here.

Event 11 - $2,000 No Limit Hold'em

Day 1 kicked off with 1,646 entrants, generating a prize pool of nearly $3 million.

Phil Hellmuth is still alive, as well as PL.com pro blogger and recent bracelet winner Jason Mercier.

Patrick Stemper is the chip leader heading into Day 2, which resumes Friday at 2 p.m.

See here for full chip counts.

The event is scheduled to play to a final table before crowning a champion Saturday.

Event 12 - $10,000 World Championship Mixed Event

The field in this $10k event was packed with big names, with Daniel Negreanu staying near the top of the chip leaderboard for most of Day 1.

The event will resume at 2 p.m. Friday and is scheduled to play down to a final table by the end of the night. The bracelet will be awarded Saturday.

The day's counts here.

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