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World Series of Poker Update (7 PM PST)

Written by:
Ace King
Published on:
Jul/14/2009
World Series of Poker Updates

Here is your Gambling911.com World Series of Poker update for 7 pm PST.

There were 30 players left standing (or sitting we should say).  Ryan Fair was the 31st elimination. 

The chip leaders were as follows:

1. Billy Kopp - 15,540,000

2. Phil Ivey - 11,300,000

3. Antoine Saout - 10,600,000

4. Steven Begleiter - 9,250,000

5. Darvin Moon - 9,200,000

6. Tommy Vedes - 9,900,000

7. Joseph Ward - 8,800,000

8. Francois Balmigere - 8,700,000

9. Joseph Cada - 8,500,000
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10. Jeff Shulman - 7,600,000

Last year's 3rd place finisher at the World Series of Poker main event, Dennis Phillips, bowed out at 45th place.  And for that he takes home a nice $178,857.

One of the more interesting stories of the day was that few people could access the World Series of Poker website Tuesday.  Oh well, there is still Gambling911.com.

Remember:  Celebrity Bounty Tournaments start up again soon at Doylesroom.com and don't forget to claim your free cash bonus when joining. 

Ace King, Gambling911.com 

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