2015 WSOP Main Event: Belgian Pro Pierre Neuville Leads Final 69; Daniel Negreanu Still Alive
Daniel Negreanu, Pierre Neuville.
Posted on 13 July 2015 by "T".
The 2015 World Series of Poker Main Event's Day 5 kicked off at noon on Sunday in the Amazon Room. 237 players took seat but only 69 remained after five two-hour levels of play. This means that the remaining players have so far survived 50 hours of poker (25 levels).
Pierre Neuville, from Belgium, began Day 5 in 77th place but finished as the chip leader. Neuville hasn't cashed at the WSOP this year (until now), but he made the money not less than eight times last year. He also made it past the money bubble in the 2010 Main Event. We wish him the best of luck!
Unfortunately, the last former Main Event champion fell on Day 5. Jim Behctel, the 1993 winner, was eliminated in 121st place. He was joined on the rail by several WSOP bracelet winners, including Jake Cody (113th place), Farzad Bonyadi (114th place), Norbert Szecsi (115th place), Vitaly Lunkin (119th place), Jared Jaffee (137th place), Elio Fox (163rd), Antonio Esfandiari (168th), Men "the Master" Ngiuyen (211th place).
Brian Hastings, a two-time bracelet winner this summer, is still alive. The American high stakes poker pro is among the top 10 players heading to Day 6 and he's one of the favourites to win the 2015 WSOP "Player or the Year" honours. Other big names that will return today include Daniel Negreanu (3.6 million - 22nd place), Toby Lewis (2.6 million - 33rd place) and Justin Bonomo (1.2 million - 57th place).
Tomorrow you'll find a brief recap of Day 6 here on BankrollMob.
17 comments for "2015 WSOP Main Event: Belgian Pro Pierre Neuville Leads Final 69; Daniel Negreanu Still Alive"
| doubletop777||13/07/2015 09:42:43 GMT|
| Great to see Daniel Negreanu still left in and it would be a nice change to see a reall top pro player win this event. Today is going to be a big day and i look forward to further updates|
| StheP||13/07/2015 09:52:56 GMT|
| Well there isnt many of famous poker players left.... I dont know anyone exept Daniel...Hope he will win it becuse that is his dream... But it will be very hard for him...|
By the way is there live stream, because I was searching these days, and I couldnt find anything... I am following wsop main event on wsop.com.... but thats only just live updaits, no live strem... so if anyone have a link post it here
| klash23||13/07/2015 13:59:42 GMT|
| I like Daniel Negreanu so I am pleased to see him doing so well.He will be hard to beat but the player I have been watching is Brian Hastings who is having an amazing WSOP 2015.|
Chip leader is a very experienced player so has an excellent chance of making the final table and I think getting to the final table can do wonders for sponsorship etc.
| Calmplay||13/07/2015 15:25:49 GMT|
| We are all behind you Daniel as you're the only one we all know and like, gogogo KidPoker!!!|
| SBEP||13/07/2015 15:43:57 GMT|
| can some1 post a link of live feed plzzzzzzz |
| StheP||13/07/2015 15:57:56 GMT|
Posted by SBEP
can some1 post a link of live feed plzzzzzzz
I dont think there is one... I think tonight they will start ive strem....
| Heskor||13/07/2015 16:10:16 GMT|
| Yes go daniel keep winning and keep moving up the ladder mate you already a legend and you will keep making your name and it will stays forever on the hall of fame, he is one good of a player and among those that i like very much, so happy when i hear he is doing well, anyway guys have fun and good luck at the tables make some good money who knows you might become a legend one day cheers good luck again!|
| pinotte||13/07/2015 16:40:29 GMT|
| I am very happy to see Daniel one of the best poker players in the world still there and hope that he will stay in for a long time and why not final table. We Canadian should be proud to see that beside Daniel there are 5 others one that still are in the last 69 to go. And very soon each of them could be out of it with at least 100K. |
| Fakiry||13/07/2015 21:55:17 GMT|
| He was in 77th and climbed all the way to the top? He may be careful playing on any position or the fall may come soon. But if he knew how to get to first, he must know how to keep there. Also good to know Negreanu is still around, his opponents must feel oposite sensations when playing against him, wanting to beat him but knowing his skills.|
| StheP||13/07/2015 22:08:37 GMT|
| he is now 27th from 54 left... |
| SBEP||13/07/2015 22:39:02 GMT|
| Just found a live feed, but im not sure if its from the main event|
| StheP||13/07/2015 22:44:33 GMT|
sorry to desapoint you but this isnt main event... I think its event no 8 O.o
it seems there is no live stream, just live coverage on wsop.com, or on pokernews.com....
| pinotte||13/07/2015 23:32:27 GMT|
| The biggest pot of the main event was plaayed a few minutes ago after raise and reraise Brian Hastings goes all in with 5.5 millions called by John Hinds they open cards hastins show K K and Hinds show A A and win the pot which put him chips leader for now. |
| Tony_MON7ANA||14/07/2015 06:26:23 GMT|
| Daniel Negreanu (@RealKidPoker) said:|
- My intention for day 6 of WSOP main event is to increase focus and intensity 10% and trust myself fully, ending the day with 16 million.
- 2,410,000 didn't drag a chip the first 90 minutes. Being patient and my situations will come. 58 players left.
- 3,590,000 again with 46 players left. Rebounded nicely and setting into a solid old school rhythm.
- Up to 6 million now thanks to the 58cc and a little old school magic trickery haha. 42 left.
- 36 players left off to dinner break with a healthy 6.5 million stack.
- Up to 8,335,000 with 31 players left. We are playing just one more level tonight. Feeling awake and strong.
Best of luck to you, Daniel!
| shokaku||14/07/2015 08:42:22 GMT|
| Play has ended for the day. 27 Players left in the tournament. Negreanu is ninth in chips, and his name is the only one on the list that says anything to me. All the others are unknown to me.|
| Fakiry||15/07/2015 06:17:09 GMT|
| There was a portuguese poker player sit on the same table of Brian Hastings, and although the champion was short, the Portuguese was shorter, placing 65th among 69 players. But Guilherme Soares is already in the history of Portuguese Poker Players, being the best qualified portuguese ever in a main event. The last record was a 120th place. |
| bowie1984||20/07/2015 23:34:00 GMT|
Posted by Fakiry:
But Guilherme Soares is already in the history of Portuguese Poker Players, being the best qualified portuguese ever in a main event. The last record was a 120th place.
We had one guy in 2012 on the final table - he ended up in 6th place, this year's best hungarian went out in the 115th place.
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