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WSOP Daily – Sunday, June 19th, 2011

By Ian Hiaring, Rakeback.com Poker News Staff Writer

Bracelet winners for Sunday:

  • Chris Lee – Event #29 – $2,500 10-Game Mix 6-handed
  • James Hess – Event #30 – $1,000 Seniors NLHE Championship
  • Sam Stein – Event #31 – $2,500 $3,000 Pot Limit Omaha

Day 1’s

Event #34 – $1,000 NLHE (Day 1 of 3)

  • Entrants: 3,144
  • Remaining: 323
  • Prize Pool: $2,829,600
  • 1st Place: $488,283
  • Current Chip Leader: Christopher McClung (114,100)
  • Notables Still Alive: James Carroll (73,200), Cody Slaubaugh (71,100), Amanda Baker (69,600), Lars Bonding (66,000), Matt Affleck (43,400)

Day 2’s

Event #32 – $1,500 NLHE (Day 2 of 3)

  • Entrants: 2,828
  • Remaining: 35
  • Prize Pool: $3,817,800
  • 1st Place: $668,276
  • Current Chip Leader: Dror Michaelo (876,000)
  • Notables Still Alive: Adam Geyer (664,000), Daniel Close (577,000), Seyed Madani (381,000), Kyle Cartwright (267,000), Bodo Sbrzesny (229,000)

Event #33 – $10,000 Seven Card Stud Hi-Lo Championship (Day 2 of 3)

  • Entrants: 168
  • Remaining: 18
  • Prize Pool: $1,579,200
  • 1st Place: $442,183
  • Current Chip Leader: Eric Rodawig (695,000)
  • Notables Still Alive: David Benyamine (448,000), Ali Eslami (415,000), Phil Hellmuth (332,000), Ted Forrest (280,000), Erik Seidel (126,000)

Day 3’s

Event #30 – $1,000 Seniors NLHE Championship (Day 3 of 3)

  • Entrants: 3752:
  • Prize Pool: $3,376,800

1st – James Hess, $557,435
2nd – Richard Harwood, $342,407
3rd – Craig Koch, $248,971
4th – Joseph Bolnick, $182,347
5th – Gregory Alston, $134,801
6th – James Jewell, $100,594
7th – Charles Cohen, $75,775
8th – Walter Browne, $57,608
9th – Leo Whitt, $44,202

Event #31 – $3,000 Pot Limit Omaha (Day 3 of 3)

  • Entrants: 685
  • Prize Pool: $1,870,050

1st – Sam Stein, $420,802
2nd – Benjamin Lamb, $259,918
3rd – Warren Fund, $184,368
4th – Christian Harder, $132,623
5th – Adam Junglen, $96,737
6th –Zimnan Ziyard, $71,548
7th –Brock Parker, $53,633
8th –Austin Scott, $40,748
9th –Dilyan Kovachev, $31,360

Day 4’s

Event #29 – $2,500 10-Game Mix 6-handed (Day 4 of 4)

  • Entrants: 431
  • Prize Pool: $980,525

1st – Chris Lee, $254,955
2nd – Brian Haveson, $157,491
3rd – Travis Pearson, $101,258
4th – Shaun Deeb, $67,146
5th – Kendall Fukumoto, $45,839
6th – John D’Agostino, $32,200

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