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Updated: 15th June 2014 Written by / Poker News

2014 wsop updates2014 WSOP Updates for Events 13-27 with top 3 players and notable poker pros results, prize pools and amount of registered players for each event at the World Series of Poker 2014.

Winamax Poker pro Davidi Kitai won his 3rd WSOP bracelet in Event 15, Daniel Negreanu finished in 2nd place in Event 13 and cashed in 10th place in Event 18.

Other notable poker pros making final tables include: Brian Rast, Jason Mercier, Abe Mosseri, Greg Raymer, Phil Hellmuth, Andrew Lichtenberger, Tom Schneider and Erik Seidel.

2014 WSOP Updates for Events 13-27

The World Series of Poker is currently underway at the Rio Casino in Las Vegas.

See the 2014 WSOP Updates for Events 13-27 below for the results of the events which took place between 3rd-15th June, 2014.


2014 WSOP Event 13: No-Limit 2-7 Draw Lowball

Buy-in: $10,000
Prize Pool: $817,800
Entrants: 87 players

  1. Paul Volpe - $253,524
  2. Daniel Negreanu - $156,674
  3. Jason Mercier - $99,313

Notable Poker Pros Results

4. Brian Rast - $67,264
7. Abe Mosseri - $27,633


2014 WSOP Event 14: Limit Omaha Hi-Low Split-8 or Better

Buy-in: $1,500
Prize Pool: $1,398,600
Entrants: 1,036 players

  1. Nick Kost - $283,275
  2. Kal Raichura - $175,300
  3. James Bucci - $109,678

Notable Poker Pros Results

7. Greg Raymer - $33,510


2014 WSOP Event 15: No-Limit Hold'em Six Handed

davidi kitaiBuy-in: $3,000
Prize Pool: $2,211,300
Entrants: 810 players

  1. Davidi Kitai - $508,640
  2. Gordon Vayo - $314,535
  3. Anthony Ruberto - $200,476

Notable Poker Pros Results

8 - Phil Hellmuth - $45,022


2014 WSOP Event 16: Limit 2-7 Triple Draw Lowball

Buy-in: $1,500
Prize Pool: $469,800
Entrants: 348 players

  1. Todd Bui - $124,510
  2. Tom Franklin - $76,943
  3. David Bell - $49,944

2014 WSOP Event 17: Seniors No-Limit Hold'em Championship

Buy-in: $1,000
Prize Pool: $3,982,500
Entrants: 4,425 players

  1. Dan Heimiller - $627,462
  2. Donald Maas - $388,054
  3. David Smith - $279,412

2014 WSOP Event 18: Seven Card Razz

Buy-in: $10,000
Prize Pool: $1,052,800
Entrants: 112 players

  1. George Danzer - $294,792
  2. Brandon Shack-Harris - $182,155
  3. Todd Barlow - $114,081

Notable Poker Pros Results

5 - Brian Hastings -$64,557
10 - Daniel Negreanu - $28,878


2014 WSOP Event 19: No-Limit Hold'em

Buy-in: $1,500
Prize Pool: $2,816,100
Entrants: 2,086 players

  1. Ted Gillis - $514,027
  2. John Hennigan - $319,993
  3. Dejan Divkovic - $222,429

2014 WSOP Event 20: No-Limit Hold'em Shootout

Buy-in: $3,000
Prize Pool: $1,061,970
Entrants: 389 players

  1. Kory Kilpatrick - $254,891
  2. Eric Wasserson - $157,490
  3. Noah Bronstein - $115,659

2014 WSOP Event 21: No-Limit Hold'em

Buy-in: $1,000
Prize Pool: $1,838,700
Entrants: 2,043 players

  1. Dominik Nitsche - $335,659
  2. Dave D'Alesandro - $208,931
  3. Bob Bounahra - $145,229

2014 WSOP Event 22: H.O.R.S.E.

Buy-in: $10,000
Prize Pool: $1,880,000
Entrants: 200 players

  1. Chris Wallace - $507,614
  2. Randy Ohel - $313,715
  3. Richard Sklar - $206,499

2014 WSOP Event 23: Turbo No-Limit Hold'em

Buy-in: $1,000
Prize Pool: $1,325,700
Entrants: 1,473 players

  1. Doug Polk - $251,969
  2. Andy Philachack - $155,756
  3. Jonathan Hanner - $102,503

2014 WSOP Event 24: No-Limit Hold'em Six Handed

Buy-in: $5,000
Prize Pool: $2,542,700
Entrants: 541 players

  1. Kevin Eyster - $622,998
  2. Pierre Neuville - $385,041
  3. Andrew Lichtenberger - $242,827

Event #25: Omaha/Seven Card Stud Hi-Low Split-8 or Better

Buy-in: $2,500
Prize Pool: $1,069,250
Entrants: 470 players

  1. John Kabbaj - $267,327
  2. Thomas Keller - $165,177
  3. Christopher McHugh - $105,000

Notable Poker Pros Results

6 - Erik Seidel - $41,230
8 - Tom Schneider - $23,833


2014 WSOP Event 26: No-Limit Hold'em

Buy-in: $1,500
Prize Pool: $2,151,900
Entrants: 1,594 players

  1. Andrew Rennhack - $408,953
  2. Michael Katz - $252,826
  3. Tony Gargano - $166,384

2014 WSOP Event 27: H.O.R.S.E.

Buy-in: $1,500
Prize Pool: $1,003,050
Entries: 743 players

  1. Tommy Hang - $230,744
  2. Jim Collopy - $142,533
  3. Kristan Lord - $96,894

2014 WSOP Updates for Events 13-27, click here for 2014 WSOP Results - Events 1-13.



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