Event #30: $1,500 Seven-Card Stud Hi-Low
Days:
123

The Champ is Here!

[user80015] • Level 1: 50-100, 75 ante

Daniel Idema just took his seat in the purple section.

Idema only has one cash this WSOP, but there is probably some comfort returning as the Champion, and Idema will hope to parlay that confidence into not just a second cash, but potentially a final table and a back-to-back repeat.

Daniel Idema ca 4,500

Notables from the Orange Section

[user80015] • Level 1: 50-100, 75 ante

With total entrants closing in on 400, the tournament is currently spread amongst both the Orange and Purple sections here in the Amazon Room.

Here are some of the players from the Orange section:

Cory Zeidman us 4,500
Woody Deck 4,500
Shirley Rosario us 4,500
Kevin Iacofano us 4,500
Melissa Burr us 4,500
Allen Kessler us 4,500
Michael Chow us 4,500
Eric Rodawig us 4,500
Ben Scholl 4,500
Barry Greenstein us 4,500
Jonathan Duhamel ca 4,500
Kristy Gazes us 4,500
Tyson Marks 4,500
Mike Leah ca 4,500
Mark Gregorich us 4,500
Brandon Shack-Harris us 4,500
Mike Sexton us 4,500
Vanessa Selbst us 4,500
Frankie O'Dell us 4,500
Norman Chad us 4,500
Christopher Wallace us 4,500
Bryan Micon us 4,500 -25
Mel Judah au 4,500

Play Underway

[user80015] • Level 1: 50-100, 75 ante

Event #30 is now underway with the cards in the air!

Although on the structure sheet it read a 75-ante, it will be a 75-chip ante from only the player on the button.

Level:
1
Limits:
50/100
Ante:
75

Enough for the High and the Low; It's Time for Event #30!

[user80015]
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Welcome back to the Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino and the 2014 World Series of Poker for Event #30: $1,500 Seven-Card Stud Hi-Low!

This is the first straight Seven-Card Stud Hi-Low tournament of the series, while also being the prelude to the $10,000 Seven-Card Stud Hi-Low Championship in just a few days.

Last year saw Daniel Idema top a 558-player field to capture the $184,590 first prize and his second WSOP gold bracelet.

The PokerNews Live Reporting Team will be providing extensive coverage throughout Day 1 from 4:00 p.m. (PST) of every bring-in, scoop and outdraw live from the 2014 World Series of Poker!

Event #30: $1,500 Seven-Card Stud Hi-Low
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