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Today's tournament at the WSOP is Event #5 which is a $1,500 Pot Limit Holdem tournamant and Daniel is playing and hoping to match what he did in the first WSOP event he ever played when he won a PLHE event for his first bracelet.Good luck to Daniel and any other FCPers who are playing.Updates at Poker News and Tweets from Danielhttps://twitter.com/...!/RealKidPoker/http://www.pokernews...-limit-hold-em/Daniel's Twitter Updates$1500 PL Holdem starting now #wsop5 follow this account AND @dnchips to see updates on your twitter app. #DNegsGrind2012Daniel Negreanu@RealKidPokerDaniel Negreanu@RealKidPoker@dnchips #wsop5 3925 end level 1. Another great table, haven't hit any hands early. Started with 4500 blinds going to 25-50Daniel Negreanu@RealKidPoker@dnchips won a nice one with J9 board KQT5 two diamonds. Got QQ to fold and AT diamonds to call. River Q on would have been out phewDaniel Negreanu@RealKidPoker@dnchips #wsop5 10,575 end level 2 going to 50-100 Nice to get off to a good start in these little tourneys. Gives you some breathing roomDaniel Negreanu@RealKidPoker@dnchips #wsop5 15,900 end level 3. Good level got lucky in a pot and got more chips than I had in any of the other tourneys so far.Daniel Negreanu@RealKidPoker@dnchips just won a monster pot with "old faithful" T7. Flop K98 turn 4 river 7 Chris Moorman bet I moved in he called. Around 25k nowDaniel Negreanu@RealKidPoker@dnchips #wsop5 26,275 end level 4. Very big stack should me among the chip leaders early on. #DNegsGrind2012Daniel Negreanu@RealKidPoker@dnchips river was a 6 vs Moorman oopsDaniel Negreanu@RealKidPoker@dnchips #wsop5 29,925 end level 5. 639 entries about 315 players left. Playing 10 levels today #DNegsGrind2012Daniel Negreanu@RealKidPoker@dnchips made T7 work again. Flop T34 two spades I had flush draw. Turn K river 7. Got 3 streets of valueDaniel Negreanu@RealKidPoker@dnchips #wsop5 dinner break with 35,450 about 300 players left not sure exactly. Be back in 90Daniel Negreanu@RealKidPoker@dnchips #wsop5 46,100 end level 7 162 players left 72 make the money avg stack is about 18k. We should make the money by end of the night.Daniel Negreanu@RealKidPoker@dnchips #wsop5 46,300 end level 8 two more levels left to end day 1. 135 players left 72 get paid avg is 22kDaniel Negreanu@RealKidPoker@dnchips got paid on a thin value raise on river AJ94Q with 3 clubs I raised QQ on the river. Up to 58kDaniel Negreanu@RealKidPoker@dnchips #wsop5 60,400 end level 9 last level of the night under 100 players remain from 639. Top prize is $190k + bragging rightsDaniel Negreanu@RealKidPoker@dnchips down to 81 players now supposed to stop in 15 min but new rules make it so we WILL play down to the money 72 tonight.Daniel Negreanu@RealKidPoker@dnchips #wsop5 80,600 end level 10 avg is 37k 77 remain we quit for the night at 72 #DNegsGrind2012Daniel Negreanu@RealKidPokerEnd day 1 #wsop5 71 players left in the money I have 94k average stack is 40k. Restart at 1pm tomorrow. #DNegsGrind2012Daniel Negreanu@RealKidPokerDay 2 of #wsop5 $1500 Pot Limit Hold'em restarts in an hour and I'm currently 8th in chips of 71 players. #DNegsGrind2012Daniel Negreanu@RealKidPoker@dnchips just lost 56k pot my AK vs his JJ flop a K river a Jack. End level 11 #wsop5 63,400 average is 47k blinds going to 800-1600Daniel Negreanu@RealKidPoker@dnchips just doubled up. My 69 vs QQ flop 962 turn K we got all in and I held up. 125k nowDaniel Negreanu@RealKidPoker@dnchips #wsop5 136,200 end level 12 going to 1k-2k blinds 52 players left avg is 55kDaniel Negreanu@RealKidPoker@dnchips #wsop5 158,900 38 players left I'm chipping up nicely and in good control of the game. Avg stack is 75kDaniel Negreanu@RealKidPoker@dnchipa ugly. Just lost 125k pot my QQ vs TT all in preflop. Ten on the river. Down to 88kDaniel Negreanu@RealKidPoker@dnchips #wsop5 end level 15 109,000 26 players left avg is 110k. Was down to 70k so grinding my way backDaniel Negreanu@RealKidPoker@dnchips end level 16 #wsop5 85k 23 players left avg is 125k going to 3k-6k after a one hour dinner break #DNegsGrind2012Daniel Negreanu@RealKidPoker@dnchips just doubled up with AA vs Tommy Vedes KT on. K75 flop. 180k nowDaniel Negreanu@RealKidPoker@dnchips #wsop5 137 end level 17. 19 players remain avg stack is 150k. Blinds now 4k 8k #DNegsGrind2012Daniel Negreanu@RealKidPoker@dnchips #wsop5 142k end level 18 amazingly still 19 players left avg is 150k going to 5k 10k playing 2 more levels and doneDaniel Negreanu@RealKidPoker@dnchips well that was lucky. Just ran KK into AA and hit a K on the turn for a double. 309k now 15 players leftDaniel Negreanu@RealKidPoker@dnchips #wsop5 284k 15 players left avg is 190k playing 6k 12k nowDaniel Negreanu@RealKidPokerMade the final table 212k of the $1500 PLH #wsop5 starts at 1pm tomorrow. Playing well and have a shot at a bracelet.Daniel Negreanu@RealKidPokerI actually made day 2 of #wsop6 also. That starts at 1pm #wsop5 starts at 2pm so that helps out a bit. #doubledippingDaniel Negreanu@RealKidPokerUp to 498k now at the WSOP final table. Still 9 people left and I'm climbing. Started with 212kDaniel Negreanu@RealKidPoker295k anted down from 500k 6 players left I'm sitting 5/6 for nowDaniel Negreanu@RealKidPokerPlayed a 600k pot with AQ vs AJ flop QT9 turn 2 river King. Out in 5th place and immediately in the $1500 Omaha 8 #DNegsGrind2012

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10-7 Comes Through For Negreanu AgainPosted 6 minutes ago by tayke2 facebook23.pngtwitter23.pngDaniel Negeanu has said several times on TV, interviews, and other places, that 10-7 is his favorite hand. Well with hands like this, we understand why, as he has just busted Chris Moorman. We didn't catch the hand until the river, with the board reading kd.gif8h.gif9c.gif4c.gif6d.gif. Moorman had a bet of 3,025 in front of him, and action was on Negreanu. He went all in for about 13,000, having Moorman covered. Moorman made the call, and Kid Poker showed 10d.gif7d.gif for a rivered flush. Moorman mucked his hand, then looked up at us, and said "Old faithful!" before heading to the rail.Negreanu is now one of the biggest stacks in the room, sitting on 27,000Read more: http://www.pokernews.com/live-reporting/2012-world-series-of-poker/event-5-pot-limit-hold-em/

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Attendance Down For This EventPosted 14 minutes ago by tayke2• Level 5 facebook23.pngtwitter23.png Last year, this event saw 765 runners. The end of level 4 was the deadline for players to late register, and the final number on the big clock is 639, a drop in attendance of 16%.This is a trend that unfortunately has been seen in most of the events so far. Last year, 3,157 players played in the first $1,500 No-Limit Hold'em event, where as the opening event this year saw just 2101 entrants. It should be noted that the first $1,500 event last year was the 18th event rather then the first event, but it still is an alarming site. Attendance was also down in the $500 Casino Employees event, with a drop from 850 last year to just 732 this year.It should also be noted that the $1,500 Seven Card Stud Hi-Low 8-or-Better actually saw a slight increase in entrants, with 622 this year as compared to 606 last year. Regardless, it will be interesting to see how the numbers look for the rest of the series.Read more: http://www.pokernews.com/live-reporting/2012-world-series-of-poker/event-5-pot-limit-hold-em/

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Negreanu Knocks Out HarmenPosted 2 minutes ago by tayke2 facebook23.pngtwitter23.png Good friends Daniel Negreanu and Jennifer Harman were at the same table for the last few levels, and now there is only one of them left. We missed the preflop action, but we saw that Harmen got her short stack in preflop with kc.gifks.gif against the ah.gifqs.gif of Negreanu. The flop kept Harmen safe, coming 5h.gif8s.gif2s.gif, but the turn changed the tides, coming the as.gif. Harman did pick up a flush draw with this turn, but she couldn't hit it, as the river brought the 8h.gif. Negreanu is now up to 38,000 after the hand.Read more: http://www.pokernews.com/live-reporting/2012-world-series-of-poker/event-5-pot-limit-hold-em/

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Esfandiari Leads Stacked Field Into the MoneyPosted 1 hour 28 minutes ago by donpeters• Level 11 facebook23.pngtwitter23.png b3e1e5961cc.jpgAntonio Esfandiari on topIt was an action-packed day here at the Rio for Day 1 of Event 5: $1,500 Pot-Limit Holdem. A field of 639 players bought in for the tournament and of those, 71 remain. When the last level ended, 77 players remained and that was supposed to be the end of the day, but since they were less than one table away from the money, they played down to the money (a new rule the World Series of Poker added this year).At the start of the day, we had an absolutely stacked table that started with Jonathan Little, Shannon Shorr, Allen Kessler and Phil Ivey. Within the first two levels, they were joined by the likes of Gavin Smith, Sean Getzwiller, Vitaly Lunkin and Faraz Jaka. Unfortunately for all of these players, none of them survived the day. Other victims included Dan Kelly, Barry Greenstein, Chad Brown, Scott Seiver and Shaun Deeb.Leading the way above everyone else is none other than "The Magician" himself Antonio Esfandiari, who bagged a whopping 112,600 in chips. He is followed closely by Zach Jiganti with 102,500 in chips and Jonathan Aguier, who will be coming back to a stack of 100,900 tomorrow.These aren’t the only big names we have left. James Mackey (37,900), Nam Le (31,600), Steve Brecher (23,600), John Juanda (53,800), Terrence Chan (37,700), Tommy Vedes (58,800) and Daniel Negreanu (94,000) are all still alive as well.The remaining 71 players are all in the money and they will return tomorrow at 1:00 PM to hopefully play down to a final table. PokerNews will be here to bring you all of the action. Thanks for staying tuned and good night from Las Vegas!Read more: http://www.pokernews.com/live-reporting/2012-world-series-of-poker/event-5-pot-limit-hold-em/

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Negreanu Gets Nailed on the RiverPosted OHairDJ facebook23.pngtwitter23.png b0f4e9929da.jpgDaniel NegreanuAction folded around to the player on the button, who raised to 6,500. The small blind folded and Daniel Negreanu opted to 3-bet to 16,500. His opponent went all in for his remaining 64,000 and Negreanu quickly called.Negreanu: qs.gifqc.gifOpponent: 10c.gif10h.gifNegreanu was in great shape as the board ran out 7s.gif4d.gifah.gif8s.gif....but as you already can guess, a 10x.gif hit the river, sending a disgusted jolt through Negreanu.Read more: http://www.pokernews.com/live-reporting/2012-world-series-of-poker/event-5-pot-limit-hold-em/

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Negreanu Nails The Double UpPosted 6 hours 18 minutes ago by tayke2 facebook23.pngtwitter23.pngDaniel Negreanu raised under the gun to 14,000, and Tommy Vedes defended his big blind. The flop came down 7d.gif5s.gifkh.gif, and Vedes checked to Negreanu, who bet 16,000. Vedes tanked for about a minute, before sliding in a check raise to 54,000 total. Negreanu thought for just a few moments before moving all in for 80,000, and Vedes made the call.Negreanu: da.gifas.gifVedes: kd.gif10d.gifVedes was in a world of hurt, and would need to pair up again to knock Kid Poker off. However, the turn and river both came sixes, and Negreanu scooped the pot to get up to 180,000, while Vedes drops to 100,000.Read more: http://www.pokernews.com/live-reporting/2012-world-series-of-poker/event-5-pot-limit-hold-em/?page=4

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Negreanu Doubles Through PellegrinoPosted 3 hours 24 minutes ago by OHairDJ facebook23.pngtwitter23.pngb0f4e9929da.jpgDaniel NegreanuFrom middle position, Bryan Pellegrino raised to 23,000 and action folded over to Daniel Negreanu in the cutoff, who re-raised to 63,000. When it got back to Pellegrino, he announced a pot-sized raise and Negreanu quickly went all in for 146,000. Pellegrino called.Pellegrino: ac.gifas.gifNegreanu: kh.gifks.gif"Sorry," announced Pellegrino."It's not over yet," Negreanu replied.Indeed it wasn't.The board ran out 9h.gif5h.gifjc.gifkc.gifjh.gif and a non-nonchalant Negreanu said, "I spiked a king, didn't I?"Yes, and Negreanu scooped the pot with kings-full.Read more: http://www.pokernews.com/live-reporting/2012-world-series-of-poker/event-5-pot-limit-hold-em/?page=2

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After another hard-fought day of pot-limit hold’em, day 2 has come to an end with just 9 players standing out of the original 71 who began the day.The day began in the Amazon Room with Antonio Esfandiari as chip leader. However, as we all know, the wheels of fortune can turn at any moment in poker and Esfandiari found himself eliminated in 44th place. Other eliminations came swiftly in the early going, with the field dropping from 71 players to just 22 within the first 6 levels. Other notable eliminations include Terrence Chan (38th), John Juanda (18th), Nam Le (16th) and Steve Brecher (12th).Interestingly, the final elimination of the night happened on the exact final hand of the last level scheduled for play. After losing nearly all of his stack to Bryan Pellegrino in

this fateful hand, Thom Werthmann found himself all-in on the big blind. The hand was checked down by Daniel Negreanu and Jonathan Aguiar and Werthmann's eight-high was bested by Aguiar's king-high - knocking him out in 10th place.Pellegrino will start tomorrow's final table as chip leader (790,000), however, all eyes are sure to be on four-time WSOP bracelet winner Negreanu, who will come in tomorrow 6th in chips (212,000). Negreanu won his last WSOP bracelet in 2008, when he took down the $2,000 Limit Hold'em event. Negreanu had a near-miss in 2009, when he lost out to Barry Shulman heads up in the World Series of Poker Europe Main Event. That being said, Negreanu will surely be playing his heart out tomorrow to capture his fifth bracelet.Joining Negreanu will be two-time World Poker Tour champion Tommy Vedes, European Poker Tour title-holder John Eames and WPT title holder Jonathan Aguiar.The competition is set to be fierce given the talent of the remaining field, to say the least. Be sure to stay tuned to PokerNews for live updates as our remaining players duke it out until a champion is crowned. Play is set to begin at 2pm (PST).Until then, we wish you a good night!Read more: http://www.pokernews.com/live-reporting/2012-world-series-of-poker/event-5-pot-limit-hold-em/

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Top Chip Counts1Bryan Pellegrino790,0002Jonathan Aguiar552,000 3Keanu Tabali309,0004Nick Jivkov281,000 5Tommy Vedes247,0006Daniel Negreanu212,0007Brant Hale211,000 8John Eames181,0009Mike Allis86,000 VideoRead more: http://www.pokernews.com/live-reporting/2012-world-series-of-poker/event-5-pot-limit-hold-em/

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snapback.pngSleepis4beginners, on 01 June 2012 - 11:38 AM, said:Does anyone have the link for the final table broadcast yet? I cannot find it on WSOP site, mind you I cannot find where they have their broadcast... I think I need a coffeehttp://www.wsop.com/.../live-video.asp Thanks Bob!

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