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    Live from the November 9 [Spoilers!]

    Posted by Matt Kaufman November 4, 2013

    The page below is a column containing updates and comments from QuadJacks.com’s Matt Kaufman as well as video interviews with QuadJacks’ Tobias Block. Major updates will be time stamped, and be warned – there will be plenty of spoilers.

    5:00pm: This year’s World Series of Poker Main Event final table began as scheduled at 4:45 local time at the Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas. Last year’s champ Greg Merson announces “shuffle up and deal!” and the cards hit the felt.

    5:05pm: We’re treated to our first taste of real excitement, as Mark Newhouse doubles up through Marc McLaughlin with two black Queens vs. McLaughlin’s black Kings. The crowd roars, and Newhouse lets out a sigh of relief.

    5:18pm: At what feels like our 10th television break (but is realistically probably the 3rd), the crowd feels a lot less rowdy compared to last year. This could be just luck-of-the-draw, but it seems likely that the high number of seasoned pros at the table has brought a slightly more jaded crowd with it – the friends and families of most of these players are perhaps a bit more used to success on the felt (although obviously not on quite this stage).

    5:31pm: David Benefield flatted a min-raise (which was also called by the button) from the big blind having started the hand with 13 big blinds; what range of hands can he really do that with? It seems like such a shove-or-fold spot; of course I can’t claim to be the player he is.

    5:35pm: Our second all-in of the night – David Benefield open shoves 11 bbs from the button with K9 and Sylvain Loosli called from the big blind holding the KJ. The flop came J73 – a spade draw for Benefield while pairing Loosli – and the board ran out 22 to complete the flush. All 9 players are still alive.

    5:45pm: Maybe I was wrong about this being a quieter crowd because it’s more savvy; I couldn’t have said this better:

     6:32pm: A pretty sick cooler just sent a massive pot in Marc McLaughlin’s direction. He held KJ against Amir Lehavot’s AK on a xxKJK board. McLaughlin got a very big value bet in on the river and is now second in chips to JC Tran.

    6:51pm: Mark Newhouse moves all-in for 5.3M, and Ryan Riess asks for a count and then makes the call. Newhouse has 99 and Riess has AK. The runout: 7KT76, and Mark Newhouse hits the rail in 9th place.

    7:15pm: We hardly got back to our seats after grabbing a quick interview with Mark Newhouse (which we’ll post shortly) when David Benefield moved all-in and was called by Jay Farber. Benefield held K2 against Farber’s AK. The flop and turn came 5TQJ, giving Benefield outs for another miracle spade flush on the river, but this time it didn’t come. The 2 sent him home in 8th place.

    From this point on, all players who bust will receive over $1 million.

    7:55pm: All-in and a call – Michael Brummelhuis’ 99 was called off by Ryan Reiss’ AQ. The board runs 65484, doubling Brummelhuis to a bit over 16 million chips. The new shortstack is Sylvain Loosli with 10.5M.

    8:02pm: Just 2 hands after Brummelhuis’ double-up, he found himself in a nightmarish situation: his Pocket 9s ran into Ryan Riess’ Pocket Aces. All the chips got in preflop, the board didn’t help – Brummelhuis is out in 7th for a bit over $1.2 million. The hand placed Riess in a commanding first-place position with over 55 million in chips.

    9:02pm: One hour since our last update, some chips have changed hands but no new players have left the table. Most notably, the shortstack has changed – Loosli has doubled up and Marc McLaughlin has the fewest chips with about 15 million. Even that number is still worth 25 big blinds, though.

    10:00pm: See 9:02pm, but McLaughlin is even shorter now. Also, we managed to upload our bustout interview with Mark Newhouse:

    10:16pm: A guy in a panda outfit stumbled onto the set and has officially been escorted out, to WILD cheers from the crowd.

    10:40pm: Pretty much the last half hour has been dominated by chants for the Panda. Somehow, the ESPN broadcast chose to ignore the incident. So, according to them, the crowd went wild for absolutely no reason, and then magically chants of “Free the Panda” began, on and off, for the next half hour.

    10:54pm: All-in preflop, AK vs. A7 – McLaughlin’s tournament life on the line with the best of it vs. JC Tran. The flop ran 3J363 and McLaughlin doubled to about 19 million chips.

    12:05am: Lehavot has a bit under 12 big blinds left. JC Tran and Sylvain Loosly are both short as well, with roughly 16 bbs each. It has now been 4 hours without a bustout hand.

    12:25am: Not much has happened, but we’ve uploaded two more of our interviews – featuring David Benefield and Shaun Deeb.

    12:34am: Wow. Kings vs. Aces – Jay Farber takes the biggest pot of the night when his Aces hold against Marc McLaughlin’s Kings. 79 million chips in the pot, and with 5 players left just 2 have significant stacks. The counts, roughly, are Farber with 95M, Riess with 63M, Loosli with 12.5M, Tran with 11.5M, and Lehavot with 8.8M.

    12:46am: Jay Farber can do no wrong. JC Tran shoved with A7, Farber snapped it off with KQ, and a King on the flop sent the best-known pro at the final table home. Farber, with 103,150,000 chips, has surpassed the 100-million mark for the first time.

    1:03am: Sylvain Loosly is out in 4th. Q7 was called off by Ryan Riess’ AT, and we’re down to 3 players: Jay Farber with 105M, Ryan Riess with 64M, and Amir Lehavot with 21M. Play should stop for the evening after 1 more player hits the rail.

    1:10am: Amazingly, we have yet another bustout. Amir Lehavot’s Pocket 7′s moved all-in preflop and Ryan Riess snapcalled with Pocket Tens. The best hand held, and we’re done much earlier than expected for the night. Play will resume tomorrow. Jay Farber will begin with 105,000,000 chips and Ryan Riess will have 85,775,000.

    Day Two

    5:30pm: We’re back and ready to get started. So far the super explicit music playing in the Penn & Teller Theater is the only thing worth noting. Quite a few curse words for a theoretically family-friendly event.

    5:55pm: Following an introduction from Bruce Buffer, the two remaining players entered the stage (Farber accompanied by the now-legendary Panda mascot) and cards have hit the felt.

    6:30pm: After a bunch of small pots, the stacks are almost identical with about 95M each.

    6:42pm: Ryan Riess takes the first big hand of the night. Farber folded to a 15M river bet (there was 36.7M in the pot) and is down to 78M – Riess is up to 112M.

    7:00pm: The next big pot also goes without showdown and sets the stacks back to roughly even again. Farber put out a large bet on the river, Riess tanked for 4-5 minutes, and Farber’s crowd went nuts when Riess folded. QuadJacks’ Tobi Block correctly pointed out that the celebration may have been mostly unwarranted – he could have wanted a call. (Update: ESPN has caught up, and apparently it was a bluff – Riess folded the best hand)

    7:24pm: Despite his mistake in the earlier huge hand, Ryan Riess is pulling away. He has taken a 134M to 56M chip lead over his opponent.

    9:22pm: Riess has punished Farber over and over again, and finally Farber gets his last 12 big blinds all-in with Q5 vs Riess’ AK. The runout – 4JT34.

    Ryan Riess is the 2013 World Champion of Poker.

    About Matt Kaufman

    Matt Kaufman is Editor-in-Chief of QuadJacks.com and Director of Interactive Marketing at Z4 Poker.

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