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  • Carlos Mortensen Eliminated in 10th Place ($573,204)
    Carlos Mortensen Eliminated in 10th Place ($573,204) 07-16-2013

    Hand #280: Marc McLaughlin received a walk in the big blind. Hand #281: Carlos Mortensen raised to 800,000 in the cutoff and JC Tran called from the big blind.

  • Mortensen Getting Shorter
    Mortensen Getting Shorter 07-16-2013

    Hand #278: JC Tran raised to 850,000 from middle position, winning the blinds and antes. Hand #279: Carlos Mortensen completed from the small blind, Amir Lehavot raised to 925,000 from the big blind, and Mortsen snap-called.

  • Newhouse Three-Bet Shoves Again 07-16-2013

    Hand #275: JC Tran raised to 850,000 in the hijack seat, winning the blinds and antes. Hand #276: Tran opened to 850,000 from middle position, and the action folded to Mark Newhouse, who moved all in for 6.25 million from the big blind.

  • Riess Takes From Tran 07-16-2013

    Hand #273: Ryan Riess raised to 800,000 from middle position and JC Tran called on the button. The flop came down and Riess continued for 950,000. Tran called, the hit the turn, and Riess bet 1.65 million.

  • Two Hands, Two Flops 07-16-2013

    Hand #271: Sylvain Loosli raised to 800,000 from middle position, JC Tran defended his big blind, and the flop fell . Tran checked, Loosli continued for 950,000, and Tran folded.

  • Farber Crosses 25 Million 07-16-2013

    Hand #270: JC Tran raised to 850,000 from under the gun, Jay Farber called from early position, and Carlos Mortensen called on the button. The flop fell and Tran continued for 1,525,000.

  • Meet the Final 10
    Meet the Final 10 07-16-2013

    Here are a few notes about each of the last 10 players still in the hunt for the 2013 World Series of Poker Main Event bracelet: David Benefield is a 27-year-old from Fort Worth, Texas who currently lives in New York where he's studying Pol

  • Newhouse Three-Bet Shoves
    Newhouse Three-Bet Shoves 07-16-2013

    Hand #267: Ryan Riess received a walk. Hand #268: JC Tran raised to 850,000 in middle position, Mark Newhouse three-bet shoved for 4.7 million in the cutoff, and the action folded back to Tran, who folded as well.

  • First Three Hands of the Unofficial Final Table 07-16-2013

    Hand #262: Marc McLaughlin won the draw for the button, and the action folded to Amir Lehavot, who raised to 850,000 from the cutoff. The button and both blinds released, and Lehavot picked up the pot.

  • Matthew Reed Eliminated in 11th Place ($573,204)
    Matthew Reed Eliminated in 11th Place ($573,204) 07-16-2013

    Secondary Table Hand #199: Jay Farber had the button. From under the gun, Matthew Reed raised to 800,000. Farber reraised to 2.1 million before the blinds got out of the way and play fell back on Reed.

  • Secondary Table: Newhouse Shoving Short Stack; Tran and Lehavot Battle 07-16-2013

    Hand #196: On the first hand of the level it folded around to Mark Newhouse in the small blind who pushed all in for 2.6 million, and JC Tran showed Newhouse that his hand wasn't worth calling with as he mucked.

  • Break #5 of Day 7: JC Tran Takes Lead with 11 Remaining
    Break #5 of Day 7: JC Tran Takes Lead with 11 Remaining 07-16-2013

    We're now two spots away from determining the 2013 World Series of Poker November Nine.

  • Secondary Table: Tran Seizes Lead
    Secondary Table: Tran Seizes Lead 07-16-2013

    Hand #192: JC Tran — who after moving up to around 30 million the previous hand — raised to 650,000 from the button and won the blinds and antes. Hand #193: Matthew Reed raised to 600,000 from under the gun, and Tran reraised to 1.

  • Secondary Table: Fours for Tran Send Him into Chip Lead 07-16-2013

    Hand #189: JC Tran was first to act, and he raised to 650,000 with Jay Farber making the call next to speak as Marc McLaughlin came along from the button.

  • Secondary Table: McLaughlin and Tran Split a Big One 07-16-2013

    Hand #183: Amir Lehavot raised to 600,000 from the cutoff and claimed the blinds and antes. Hand #184: Matthew Reed opened for 600,000 from the button, and he won.

  • Secondary Table: Two Pair for Farber 07-16-2013

    Hand #180: JC Tran had the button, and Mark Newhouse raised to 600,000 from the cutoff seat. Jay Farber called from the small blind, and the flop came down . Both players checked. The turn was the , and Farber checked.

  • Secondary Table: Farber Climbing 07-16-2013

    Hand #173: Mark Newhouse had the button. Action folded to him, and he raised to 600,000. JC Tran three-bet to 1.6 million from the small blind, and won the pot. Hand #174: JC Tran started this hand on the button.

  • Secondary Table: Three-Bets from the Button 07-16-2013

    Hand #169: From the cutoff, JC Tran raised to 625,000 and won the blinds and antes. Hand #170: Mark Newhouse raised to 600,000 from under the gun and only Matthew Reed came along from the big blind.

  • Secondary Table: Small Action 07-16-2013

    Hand #163: Jay Farber had the button. JC Tran raised to 625,000 from the cutoff seat, and Amir Lehavot called from the small blind. Marc McLaughlin called from the big blind, and the flop came down .

  • Secondary Table: C-Betting and a Newhouse Shove
    Secondary Table: C-Betting and a Newhouse Shove 07-16-2013

    Hand #157: The table folded to Amir Lehavot who completed from the small blind, then Marc McLaughlin raised to 600,000 from the big blind and Lehavot called.

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