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WSOP Main Event: Trey Luxemburger secured an early lead on Day 1B

Posted at 19:00 2014-07-08 by PokerNetwork Staff

Day 1B is in the books at the World Series of Poker. The second flight of the Event #65: $10,000 Main Event attracted 2,144 runners, which is three times more, than on Day 1A.

Approximately 1,300 of them survived the day, with Trey Luxemburger in the lead. Despite the swarm of players, he did not managed to accumulate more chips, then Day 1A'a chipleader Martin Jacobson. Martin gathered 200,100, while the relatively unknown Luxemberger will only have 193.450 in front of him on Day 2.

Anybody I probably know moved on?

Former champions Dan Harrington and Huck Seed survived the day, as did November Niners Michiel Brummelhuis, Kevin Schaffel, and Antoine Saout, and notables Brian Hastings, Marvin Rettenmaier, Erik Seidel, Vanessa Selbst, and Jason Somerville.

Any famous causalities?

Not everyone was as fortunate, however, and there were a bevy of bustouts, including David Diaz, Mohsin Charania, Bertrand “ElkY” Grospellier, Paul Volpe, Chris Moorman, Joe Serock, Dan Shak, Robert Mizrachi, Minh Ly, Andy Black, David “Doc” Sands, and Kevin Saul. They probably did not follow our tips on how to survive the first day of the Main Event, or more likelly that they were just running extremely bad.

Top 10 stacks from Day 1B

PlayerChips
Trey Luxemburger193,450
Sarkis Hakobian190,125
Ryan Buckholtz189,000
Dan Wirgau173,350
Ryan Julius165,125
Maxim Panyak158,425
Jeff Norman156,625
Julian Stuer155,200
Steve Ryan147,500
Richard Moon146,200

Full report from Day 1B >>

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