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FARBER AND RIESS IN WSOP MAIN EVENT HEADS UP
2013-11-05

The World Series of Poker Main Event hasn't disappointed in terms of fast play and thrilling action as contenders were eliminated in short succession, leaving amateur Jay Farber and 23-year-old Ryan Riess the last two standing.

When play resumes on Tuesday, November 5 at 18:00 Pacific Standard Time, Farber and Riess will go heads up for the title, a coveted gold bracelet and a hefty payday of $8,361,570.

November-Niner's 2013 in order of eliminations currently stand as:

9Mark Newhouse (United States)$733,224
8David Benefield (United States$944,650
7Michiel Brummelhuis (Netherlands)$1,225,356
6Marc-Etienne McLaughlin (Canada)$1,601,024
5JC Tran (United States)$2,106,893
4Sylvain Loosli (France)$2,792,533
3Amir Lehavot (Israel)$3,727,823


The $10,000 buy-in event attracted an entry field of 6,253 creating a staggering prizepool of $59,714,169.

Farber goes into the final day with a chip lead of 105 million to Riess' 85.675 million.



GERMAN AMATEUR WINS WORLD SERIES OF POKER BRACELET
2013-07-06

German amateur player Nikolaus Tiechart Football Live Betting Lines nfl football betting Online Bingo Bicimotos is $730,736 better off today following his victory in the $2,500 buy-in event 56 at the World Series of Poker in Las Vegas - a NLHE competition that attracted 1,736 entrants.
The bracelet, for me, is a dream," said the delighted German, who plays "for fun" and is a retired investor from Dusseldorf. This is the greatest day of my life.
He had reason to be pleased - among the final table aces he bested were professional players Josh Arieh and Nicolas Levi, along with Vincent Maglio, Dan Owen, Sergey Lebedev, Kirill Rabtsov, Nicolas Faure and Sebastien Comel.
The event was one of several this year that had to run to extra time as Tiechert and Vincent Maglio battled it out in a taut heads up that ran to an extra day.
After the fourth day restart the German quickly leveraged a slight chip lead to finish Maglio off and send him home with a consolatory $452,008 after about an hour of intense action.
It was Tiechert's first WSOP bracelet and his biggest prize money yet, although he has competed and cashed in World Poker Tour and European Poker Tour events in the past.