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  • Faces on the Rail 07-15-2013

    Some familiar faces have made their way to the Amazon to support the chip leader, Anton Morgenstern. Liv Boeree, Sorel Mizzi and Philipp Gruissem are on the rail, beers in hand, and cheering on their friend.

  • Dinner Break: McLaughlin Leads, Mortensen Still In
    Dinner Break: McLaughlin Leads, Mortensen Still In 07-14-2013

    Three levels of play are complete on Day 5 of the Main Event, and the players are now on a 90-minute dinner break.

  • Steinberg Ousted
    Steinberg Ousted 07-14-2013

    Max Steinberg spent much of yesterday as the chip leader, and ended the night as one of the big stacks. However, he had a rough go of it today, as he came to the featured table with just 330,000.

  • First Break of Day Five: Jon Lane Still Leads
    First Break of Day Five: Jon Lane Still Leads 07-14-2013

    The first level of Day 5 is in the books. Out of the 239 players who started the day, now only 187 remain. Jon Lane, who started the day at the top of the leaderboard, still leads with over three million in chips.

  • Steinberg Clashes with Owen 07-14-2013

    We missed the hand, but Max Steinberg has relinquished his table chip lead to Dan Owen after a big hand. Max Steinberg @MaxJSteinbergLost a big hand making a wrong hero call (I was ahead on the turn fwiw).

  • Steinberg Gets Quads in First Hand
    Steinberg Gets Quads in First Hand 07-14-2013

    Nikolai Sears opened to 35,000 from under the gun, as the action folded around to Max Steinberg on the small blind. He called, as did Bob Bright on the big blind. The flop came down and the option fell on Sears.

  • Last Break of the Night; Two Biggest Pots of the Tournament in Level 19
    Last Break of the Night; Two Biggest Pots of the Tournament in Level 19 07-13-2013

    Generally speaking, the level that follows the dinner break in most tournaments is rather subdued.

  • Steinberg "Embarrassed" By Dwindling Stack 07-13-2013

    Going into the dinner break, Max Steinberg tweeted that he had only lost two hands all day. He was the chip leader at the time, but apparently Steinberg's stack has dwindled a bit since dinner.

  • Steinberg Pushes Allis All Out
    Steinberg Pushes Allis All Out 07-13-2013

    We came to the table on the river, with Max Steinberg and Mike Allis in the hand and the board reading . Allis pushed all in, and Steinberg called immediately.

  • Steinberg Busts Smith 07-13-2013

    After break, Max Steinberg continued what he's been doing all day: gathering chips. Alex Smith pushed all in preflop, and Steinberg was the only caller. Smith turned over , and Steinberg held .

  • Tough Decisions
    Tough Decisions 07-13-2013

    Now that everyone left is in the money, a lot of players are really starting to have fun, especially if there are cameras nearby. We arrived at a table to see the dealer pull in a bet and a call on the flop.

  • Maxx Coleman Leads Day 4 as Money Bubble Looms
    Maxx Coleman Leads Day 4 as Money Bubble Looms 07-13-2013

    On Day 3 of the 2013 Main Event, 1,753 players were whittled down to just 666. Unfortunately for 18 of those players, three long, grueling days of poker will all be for not, as only 648 will be making the money.

  • Day 3 Done and Dusted: Coleman Leads; Brunson and Merson Going Strong; Ivey Eliminated
    Day 3 Done and Dusted: Coleman Leads; Brunson and Merson Going Strong; Ivey Eliminated 07-12-2013

    Day 3 of the 2013 World Series of Poker Main Event is all over. Today marked a very important day for the event, as the survivors from all starting fields finally united together in one field of play.

  • The Old Five-Trey for the Grinder 07-12-2013

    We were able to catch the end of hand between Max Steinberg and Michael Mizrachi on one of the feature tables that saw the pair battling their way to a turn with the board showing .

  • Steinberg Holding Steady 07-12-2013

    Since eliminating Phil Ivey during Level 14, Max Steinberg has stayed pretty quiet. He did slide down to about 930,000 before playing a recent pot, though.

  • Last Break of Day 3: Max Steinberg Eliminates Phil Ivey, Takes Chip Lead
    Last Break of Day 3: Max Steinberg Eliminates Phil Ivey, Takes Chip Lead 07-12-2013

    We've reached the final 20-minute break here on Day 3 of the 2013 WSOP Main Event. The board is showing that 792 players are still alive, and with only 648 players making the money, the bubble is rapidly approaching.

  • Phil Ivey Eliminated By Max Steinberg in Largest Pot of the Main Event
    Phil Ivey Eliminated By Max Steinberg in Largest Pot of the Main Event 07-12-2013

    Phil Ivey began the day by chipping up from 198,800 to 330,000 in Level 11. He appeared on the verge of jumping into the top five, but lost a sizable pot to fall back to about 180,000.

  • Steinberg Back Above 500K 07-12-2013

    Anthony Gregg raised to 7,000 in early position and Olaoluwa Okelola three-bet to 21,500 on the button. Max Steinberg, in the small blind, four-bet to 48,000 and Gregg got out of the way.

  • Dinner Break: Dick van Luijk Crosses 1 Million; Hellmuth Eliminated
    Dinner Break: Dick van Luijk Crosses 1 Million; Hellmuth Eliminated 07-12-2013

    We've reached the dinner break of Day 3, and Dick van Luijk is the new leader after amassing a gigantic stack in Level 13.

  • Ivey Takes From Steinberg 07-12-2013

    Phil Ivey raised to 6,000 from under the gun and was called by the player in the hijack. Max Steinberg called from the big blind and the flop came down . Ivey continued for 15,000, both opponents called, and the turn fell.

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