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Event 15 - $1,500 No Limit Holdem
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Event 15 - $1,500 No Limit Holdem
Day 2 completed

Final Table Set; Hellmuth Goes for #11

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Can he win #11?
Can he win #11?
Phil Hellmuth will try to make history on Monday when he goes for World Series of Poker bracelet #11.

Final Table Seating Assignments:
Seat 1: Rick Fuller - 1,779,000
Seat 2: Scott Clements - 1,232,000
Seat 3: Morgan Machina - 824,000
Seat 4: Fabrice Soulier - 344,000
Seat 5: Ut Nguyen - 624,000
Seat 6: David Simon - 880,000
Seat 7: Andy Philachack - 624,000
Seat 8: Phil Hellmuth - 1,482,000
Seat 9: Taylor Douglas - 259,000

Rick Fuller ended Day 2 as the chipleader, but Phil Hellmuth is not far behind in second place.

The final table will start at 2pm local time. Don't forget to stopby PokerNews.com for live updates and chip counts as Phil Hellmuth attempts to become the first player to ever win 11 bracelets at the WSOP.

Kiet Tran Eliminated in 10th Place ($31,568)

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On the first hand of ten-handed play, Kiet Tran busted out in 10th place. Tran pushed all in with {A-Clubs}{3-Diamonds} and was called by Rick Fuller in the small blind with {K-Clubs}{6-Clubs}. The flop was {K-Hearts}{J-Diamonds}{3-Clubs} and Fuller took the lead. The turn was the {8-Spades} and the river {6-Diamonds}. Tran headed to the rail in 10th place.

The Final Redraw

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The final ten players are redrawing for seats. We are one more elimination away before play is suspended for the night.

Jay Royer Eliminated in 11th Place ($31,568)

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Jay Royer - 11th Place
Jay Royer - 11th Place
With a super short stack, Jay Royer moved all in with {A-Hearts}{5-Hearts}. He was called by Ut Nguyen's {8-Spades}{8-Clubs}. The flop was {Q-Hearts}{Q-Spades}{2-Clubs}. The turn was the {2-Spades} and the river was the {5-Clubs}. Royer busted out in 11th place.

Down to 11

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Current Chipleader - Rick Fuller
Current Chipleader - Rick Fuller
There are 11 players remaining. Rick Fuller is the chipleader with about 1.4M after busting two players on the same hand. Phil Hellmuth has over 1M while Scott Clements has been hovering around 1M over the last hour.

We are two more eliminations away from a final table. Action will end when two more players bust out.

Ulises Roman (13th Place) and Matthew LaGarde (12th Place) Eliminated by Rick Fuller on the Same Hand

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Matthew LaGarde - 12th Place
Matthew LaGarde - 12th Place
In the largest pot of the tournament, there was a three-way all in.

Rick Fuller: {A-Hearts}{6-Hearts}
Matthew LaGarde: {A-Diamonds}{Q-Clubs}
Ulises Roman: {A-Spades}{K-Hearts}

Fuller took the lead on the flop of {6-Spades}{3-Hearts}{3-Clubs}. The turn was the {J-Diamonds} and the river was the {8-Diamonds}. The tournament director came over to count out all of the stacks. Fuller had both players covered. He increased his stack to 1.4M.

Roman finished in 13th place and won $27,980. Matthew LaGarde finished in 12th place and won $31,568.

Jay Royer Doubles Through David Simon

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Jay Royer pushed all in with {Q-Diamonds}{5-Clubs} and was called by David Simon's {A-Diamonds}{7-Hearts}. The flop was the {K-Hearts}{5-Spades}{3-Spades}. The turn was the {5-Diamonds} and the river was the {A-Diamonds}. Royer's trips were good enough to double up.

Michel Dumas Eliminated in 14th Place ($27,980)

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Michel Dumas moved all in with a short stack and was called by Daid Simon. Dumas showed {9-Spades}{6-Spades} and Simon flipped over {10-Diamonds}{9-Diamonds}. The flop was {Q-Spades}{J-Diamonds}{8-Diamonds} and Simon flopped a straight. The turn was the {7-Spades} and the river was the {5-Hearts}. Dumas busted out in 14th place.