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  • That's the End of Day 5; Rustom Leads with Glazier and Mortensen Still Alive
    That's the End of Day 5; Rustom Leads with Glazier and Mortensen Still Alive 07-14-2013

    After 239 players began, the 2013 World Series of Poker Main Event has been cut down to just 68 players after the conclusion of Day 5.

  • 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.

  • Bardah's Beat Boxing Can't Save Him
    Bardah's Beat Boxing Can't Save Him 07-14-2013

    After the dealer pitched out the cards and Ronnie Bardah looked at his hand from the small blind, he began beat boxing — something he is known for being very skilled at.

  • Bardah Shoves, Collects
    Bardah Shoves, Collects 07-14-2013

    Ronnie Bardah has been short-stacked for a while, and just now he open-pushed all in, singing "Send Me an Angel" as he did. Getting no callers, Bardah showed his hand — — and collected the pot.

  • The Man Who Has "Never Gotten Lucky" Gets Lucky
    The Man Who Has "Never Gotten Lucky" Gets Lucky 07-14-2013

    From middle position, Ronnie Bardah raised all in for 196,000. In the small blind, Erkut Yilmaz called. Bardah showed the , but was behind the .

  • Montano Doubles Through Bardah 07-14-2013

    Javier Montano was just all in before the flop for 468,000 and at risk with versus the of Ronnie Bardah. The board ran out , and Montano doubled up over 900,000 while Bardah now sits with less then 200,000.

  • Lane Leads Final 239 to Start Day 5
    Lane Leads Final 239 to Start Day 5 07-14-2013

    Welcome to Day 5 of the 2013 World Series of Poker Main Event, a day which promises to bring even more intensity and excitement as the marathon march toward this year's final table continues.

  • That's It for Day 4: Lane Leads; Defending Champion Merson Still Alive
    That's It for Day 4: Lane Leads; Defending Champion Merson Still Alive 07-13-2013

    What a day of poker that has wrapped up in the 2013 World Series of Poker Main Event. Today was Day 4 of the greatest tournament of the year, and it was a barn burner to say the least.

  • Biscuits for Bardah On Broadway
    Biscuits for Bardah On Broadway 07-13-2013

    Action folded to Ronnie Bardah in the small blind, and he raised to 29,000 against Kevin Allen's big blind. Allen called, and the flop came down . Bardah led with a bet of 23,000, and Allen called. On the turn, the fell.

  • 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.

  • Bardah Shoved On; Let's the World Know Koss Fathers Him 07-13-2013

    From under the gun, Ronnie Bardah raised to 17,000. Action folded all the way around to the player in the big blind, and he moved all in for 145,000. After tanking for a bit, Bardah folded and flashed just the . His opponent didn't show.

  • Bardah Busts Abdel Rahim, Then Wins Another
    Bardah Busts Abdel Rahim, Then Wins Another 07-13-2013

    Ronnie Bardah is now up to 650,000 in chips after busting Muhammad Abdel Rahim, then taking a three-way pot that involved Kevin Allen and Amir Lehavot. On the hand where Bardah busted Abdel Rahim, the two were in action on a flop of .

  • Abdel Rahim Shoves On Bardah 07-13-2013

    From under the gun, Muhammad Abdel Rahim raised to 13,000. Gold bracelet winner Ronnie Bardah was in the next seat and reraised to 34,000. Play then folded back to Abdel Rahim. He moved all in for 153,000, which sent Bardah into the tank.

  • Bardah Climbing 07-13-2013

    On a board of and the pot around 110,000, we found Ronnie Bardah betting out 84,000 into his opponent in the big blind.

  • Bardah and Koss Play Three in a Row
    Bardah and Koss Play Three in a Row 07-13-2013

    By cashing in this year's World Series of Poker Main Event, Ronnie Bardah has tied the record held by Chris Bjorin (along with Christian Harder who has since busted) for most consecutive Main Event cashes with four.

  • PokerNews Podcast Episode #171: Post-Bubble Pod feat. Ronnie Bardah
    PokerNews Podcast Episode #171: Post-Bubble Pod feat. Ronnie Bardah 07-13-2013

    Ronnie Bardah joins the PokerNews Podcast after the Main Event bubble burst to talk about his record-tying fourth consecutive cash in the big one, dealing with the cameras and the bright lights, and battling different faces.

  • 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.

  • Bardah Check-Raises Flop 07-12-2013

    Ronnie Bardah called a raise out of the small blind after an early-position player opened to 10,000. The flop came down , and Bardah checked. The preflop raiser fired 18,000, but Bardah fought back with a check-raise to 44,000.

  • Bardah and Cholula Hot Sauce 07-12-2013

    After his opponent checked to him on the board, Ronnie Bardah fired a bet of 12,200. His opponent called. The turn was the , and Bardah's opponent led for a bet of 25,000. Bardah tanked for a bit, and then said, "OK, amigo.

  • Bardah Gets Some Back; Chasing Record-Tying Fourth Consecutive Main Event Cash
    Bardah Gets Some Back; Chasing Record-Tying Fourth Consecutive Main Event Cash 07-12-2013

    After losing some chips in the previous pot at his table, Ronnie Bardah moved right back to 300,000 after sending a player to the rail on the very next hand.

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