After a near miss for Phil Hellmuth closed out Day 12, Day 13 at the 2011 WSOP saw an Indiana grinder take down the first mixed-game bracelet of the summer and a massive field show for the next $1k donkament.
Day 11 at the 2011 WSOP saw the apocalypse approach as Allen "Chainsaw" Kessler closed in on his first bracelet and Phil Hellmuth neared his 12th.
Viacheslav Zhukov won a bracelet in the first-ever WSOP event he cashed in while cancer survivor David Diaz took the $1,500 Triple Chance No-Limit bracelet on Day 10 of the 2011 WSOP.
An epic comeback by Geffrey Klein highlighted Day 9 at the 2011 WSOP, thwarting Eddie Blumenthal's massive chip lead and ending Jeffrey Papola's run at an incredible six-max back-to-back.
Rakeback might be a newer phenomenon in the world of online poker, but it can have a huge impact on how much money you make from poker each and every month.
Day 8 at the 2011 WSOP saw just the second woman make a WSOP final table this year and Jeffrey Papola stake his claim as one of the greatest six-handed players in poker.
Brit Matt Perrins was the star of Day 7 at the 2011 WSOP, beating one of the toughest final tables so far this summer to win the 2-7 Lowball event and $105k.
Three bracelets were awarded on Day 6 of the 2011 WSOP, but unfortunately for former Amazing Racer Maria Ho one wasn't in the cards for her.
Unlike the first three days of the 2011 WSOP, Day 4 didn't have much controversy. It did, however, have a lot of poker.
Day 3 at the 2011 WSOP saw the first bracelet awarded, Gus Hansen and Eric Froehlich close in on the heads-up bracelet and a questionable cheating accusation from Men "the Master" Nguyen.