Event 14: Daniel Wirgau Eliminated in 10th Place ($1,104)

$360 No Limit Hold’em Turbo
Level 25: 15,000/30,000 with a 5,000 ante
Players Remaining: 9 of 283

Daniel Wirgau
Daniel Wirgau

Daniel Wirgau got all in out of the small blind for about 150,000 against Frankie Flowers in the cutoff.

Wirgau was on the wrong side of a cold deck with his KsKc up against Flowers’ AcAh.

The board ran out 7c6c5s8sTd and Flowers’ rockets held up to eliminate Wirgau in 10th place. The final nine players are credited with a final table appearance and they are all guaranteed at least $1,698.

Frankie Flowers – 600,000 (20 bb)
Daniel Wirgau – Eliminated 

Event 14: Bill Gazes Doubles Through Robert Elias

$360 No Limit Hold’em Turbo
Level 25: 15,000/30,000 with a 5,000 ante
Players Remaining: 10 of 283

Bill Gazes moved all in on the button for 245,000 and Robert Elias took a moment to think over his decision.

“I’m probably going to call you,” said Elias.

Elias did call and showed 7s7c. He was in the lead against Gazes’ Qh2h until they saw a flop of AdQc8c to give Gazes the best hand.

The turn was the Js and the river was the Ks to send the pot to Gazes and secure his double up.

Bill Gazes – 525,000 (17 bb)
Robert Elias – 180,000 (6 bb)

Event 14: Unofficial Final Table

$360 No Limit Hold’em Turbo
Level 24: 12,000/24,000 with a 4,000 ante
Players Remaining: 10 of 283

Unofficial Final Table of Event 14
Unofficial Final Table of Event 14

While Pinchas Chakchakov was being eliminated by Randy Pfeifer, James Oliver hit the rail in 11th place simultaneously.

There are 10 players remaining and they have redrawn for seats at the unofficial final table. After one more elimination, the final nine players will be credited with making a final table appearance.

Here is a look at the seating arrangements and chip counts for the final 10 players:

Seat 1: Ken Culbertson – 818,000
Seat 2: Bill Gazes – 319,000
Seat 3: Frankie Flowers – 382,000
Seat 4: Robert “Spanky” Elias – 445,000
Seat 5: Daniel Wirgau – 183,000
Seat 6: Yigal Hen – 467,000
Seat 7: Steve McKoy – 444,000
Seat 8: Steven Bennett – 234,000
Seat 9: Anderson Blanco – 376,000
Seat 10: Randy Pfeifer – 480,000

Here is a look at the remaining payouts:

1st: $23,771
2nd: $14,009
3rd: $8,066
4th: $6,537
5th: $5,049
6th: $4,245
7th: $3,396
8th: $2,547
9th: $1,698
10th: $1,104

Event 14: Pinchas Chakchakov Eliminated in 12th Place ($1,104)

$360 No Limit Hold’em Turbo
Level 24: 12,000/24,000 with a 4,000 ante
Players Remaining: 11 of 283

Randy Pfeifer
Randy Pfeifer

Pinchas Chakchakov limped in on the button. Randy Pfeifer moved all in out of the big blind for about 280,000. Chakchakov quickly called and was all in for slightly less.

“I got an ace,” said Pfeifer.

“Ace is good,” said Chakchakov. “You go home though.”

Pfeifer showed As5c and was in the lead against Chakchakov’s QdTs. The board ran out Ah9d7c6h6c and Chakchakov was eliminated in 12th place for $1,104.

Pfeifer wins the pot with a pair of aces and is one of the biggest stacks remaining and just one elimination shy of a redraw.

Randy Pfeifer – 480,000 (20 bb)
Pinchas Chakchakov – Eliminated 

Event 14: Jorge Gomez Eliminated in 17th Place ($849)

$360 No Limit Hold’em Turbo
Level 23: 8,000/16,000 with a 2,000 ante
Players Remaining: 16 of 283

Anderson Blanco
Anderson Blanco

On the turn with the board reading Qc8d5h2h, Anderson Blanco checked from the small blind and Jorge Gomez moved all in from under the gun for about 140,000.

Blanco called and the cards were tabled. Blanco showed 8h8s, good for a set of eights, and had Gomez’s KdQd drawing dead.

The river was the irrelevant 6s and Gomez was eliminated, while Blanco chipped up.

Gomez earned $849 for his efforts and Blanco now has a top three chip stack as the final table approaches.

Anderson Blanco – 480,000 (30 bb)
Jorge Gomez – Eliminated