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Jerry Lai Shoves to Win a Nice Pot

Level 13: 1,000-2,000, 300 ante

Jerry Lai (cutoff) and Antonio Lorayes (big blind) both contribute 4,500 to a pot preflop and the first three cards are dealt 10club5diamond5spade. Both players check and the 10diamond follows on the turn.

Lai bets 2,200 and Lorayes raises to 10,000. Lai calls and the river delivers the 5heart. Lai moves all in on the cutoff for 17,800 and Lorayes tanks for a few moments before folding.

Jerry Lai - 46,800 (23 bb) 

Sorted In: Season XIII, WPT National Philippines, Solaire Resort and Casino
03:41 PM, 10/25/14

Level 13 Begins (88 Players Left)

Level 13: 1,000-2,000, 300 ante

The players return from break to begin Level 13, with increased blinds of 1,000-2,000 and a 300 ante.

With 88 players remaining, the average chip stack is around 87,500 (43 big blinds).

There will be a one-hour dinner break after Level 16 (about 7:15 pm).

Sorted In: Season XIII, WPT National Philippines, Solaire Resort and Casino
03:05 PM, 10/25/14

Break Time

Level 12: 800-1,600, 200 ante

The players are on their first 15-minute break of the day.

Sorted In: Season XIII, WPT National Philippines, Solaire Resort and Casino
02:48 PM, 10/25/14

Full Payout Structure

Level 12: 800-1,600, 200 ante

The prize pool has been released at the WPT National Philippines Main Event at Solaire Resorts and Casino in Manila. The top 45 players will win at least $4,514 and the eventual champion will take home $169,290. Here is the full payout structure.

1 $169,290
2 $118,502
3 $76,181
4 $56,430
5 $42,323
6 $33,858
7 $28,214
8 $22,572
9 $16,928
10 - 12 $12,334
13 - 15 $10,077
16 - 18 $8,626
19 - 21 $7,578
22 - 24 $6,773
25 - 27 $5,965
28 - 36 $5,241
37 - 45 $4,514     

Sorted In: Season XIII, WPT National Philippines, Solaire Resort and Casino, Season XI, Mazagan Casino, WPT Mazagan
02:41 PM, 10/25/14

Dennis Lopez Doubles Up

Level 12: 800-1,600, 200 ante

Dennis Lopez is all in with pocket aces and he is sitting pretty against the pocket queens of his opponent. The board bricks out and Lopez doubles up to survive with 28,500.

Dennis Lopez - 28,500 (17 bb)

Sorted In: Season XIII, WPT National Philippines, Solaire Resort and Casino
02:38 PM, 10/25/14

Mike Sexton vs. Czardy Rivera

Level 12: 800-1,600, 200 ante

With the board showing 7spade6club5heart2diamondJclub on the river and about 20,000 in the pot, Mike Sexton checks the big blind, Czardy Rivera bets 12,000 from the button, and Sexton tanks for a while before he calls.

Rivera shows Jspade5club to win the pot with two pair, jacks and fives, and Sexton mucks.

Czardy Rivera  -  200,000  (125 bb)
Mike Sexton  -  40,000  (25 bb)

Sorted In: Czardy Rivera, Mike Sexton, Season XIII, WPT National Philippines, Solaire Resort and Casino
02:38 PM, 10/25/14

Lacey Jones Eliminated

Level 12: 800-1,600, 200 ante

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Lacey Jones (pictured) raises from middle position to 3,900, the big blind moves all in, and Jones calls all in for about 27,000 with 10diamond10heart. The big blind turns over AclubKclub, and Jones needs her hand to hold to stay alive.

The board comes AheartJheart4spade9diamond3heart, and the big blind pairs his ace on the flop to win the pot and eliminate Lacey Jones from the tournament.

Lacey Jones  -  Eliminated

Sorted In: Lacey Jones, Season XIII, WPT National Philippines, Solaire Resort and Casino
02:32 PM, 10/25/14

Sam Nee Increases His Chip Lead

Level 12: 800-1,600, 200 ante

After a series of raises, Huy Pham has a wager of 15,500 sitting in front of him on the cutoff, and chip leader Sam Nee ponders a call in middle position. He decides to come along for the ride and the flop is dealt 9heart8diamond7spade.

Pham gets the last of his chips in with KheartKdiamond and Nee calls with 8heart7heart. The turn and river are dealt 3heartJspade and Pham's tournament run comes to an end. It's an entirely different matter for Nee, who increases his chip lead to 273,000.

Sam Nee - 273,000 (170 bb)

 

Sorted In: Sam Nee, Season XIII, WPT National Philippines, Solaire Resort and Casino
02:22 PM, 10/25/14

So Many Chips on One Table

Level 12: 800-1,600, 200 ante

Table 24 has a lot of chips stacked on top of it on Day 2 at the WPT National Philippines Main Event. The chip leader at the start of play, Sam Nee (192,200), sits in Seat 3 and he is in a murderers' row of six-figure chip stacks. On his left sits Marcus Liow (171,200) and on his right is Minh Nguyen Duc (171,800). Brian McCallister is also seated at the table in Seat 5 and he has built a tower (180,000) during early play as well. It's a safe bet that the overall chip leader will be seated at this table at some point today, at least until it breaks.

Sorted In: Season XIII, WPT National Philippines, Solaire Resort and Casino
02:04 PM, 10/25/14

Level 12 Begins (108 Players Left)

Level 12: 800-1,600, 200 ante

Level 11 comes to an end, and Level 12 begins with increased blinds of 800-1,600 and a 200 ante. Play continues without a break.

The tournament clock shows 108 players remaining, with an average chip stack around 71,300 (44 big blinds).

Sorted In: Season XIII, WPT National Philippines, Solaire Resort and Casino
01:53 PM, 10/25/14
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