Jeff Smith wins first WSOP bracelet

Updated: June 5, 2014, 12:05 PM ET
By Andrew Feldman | ESPN.com

Below are the complete results of Event 9 at the 2014 World Series of Poker:

Event 9: No-limit hold 'em
Buy-in: $1,000
Entries: 1,940
Prize pool: $1,746,000
Players in the money: 198

1. Jeffrey Smith ($323,125)
2. Danny Nguyen ($199,829)
3. Frank Patti ($138,160)
4. John Fontana ($99,644)
5. Chris Haugo ($72,843)
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WSOPJeff Smith, 26, captured his first career WSOP bracelet in Event 9.
6. Chris Hunichen ($53,951)
7. Brad Libson ($40,489)
8. David Inselberg ($30,781)
9. Jorge Vergara ($23,693)
10. Cornel Medes ($18,472)
11. Dylan Linde ($18,472)
12. Vinny Pahuja ($18,472)
13. Rene Angelil ($14,579)
14. Simeon Naydenov ($14,579)
15. Brandon Garrity ($14,579)
16. Sean Giesbrecht ($11,645)
17. Bob Bounahra ($11,645)
18. Troy Baker ($11,645)
19. Jerry DeNicholas ($9,428)
20. Adam Geyer ($9,428)
21. Richard Fitzgerald ($9,428)
22. Christopher Bonita ($9,428)
23. Joshua Hillock ($9,428)
24. Debbie Kim ($9,428)
25. Perry Lin ($9,428)
26. Roland Israelashvili ($9,428)
27. Nathan Fair ($9,428)
28. Vladimir Dobrovolskii ($7,717)
29. Robert Choi ($7,717)
30. Owen Crowe ($7,717)
31. Kevin Wright ($7,717)
32. Rachel Kranz ($7,717)
33. Fernando Arista ($7,717)
34. Brent Wheeler ($7,717)
35. Steve Gross ($7,717)
36. Richard Whitebrook ($7,717)
37. Greg Konrad ($6,390)
38. Jeff Cote ($6,390)
39. Charles Welch ($6,390)
40. Randal Flowers ($6,390)
41. Rodney Brown ($6,390)
42. Scott Hill ($6,390)
43. Kevin Poel ($6,390)
44. Ryan Jaconetti ($6,390)
45. Peter Johnson ($6,390)
46. John Lin ($5,360)
47. Faraz Jaka ($5,360)
48. Joseph Loguidice ($5,360)
49. David Eldridge ($5,360)
50. Marco Pondrelli ($5,360)
51. Amnon Filippi ($5,360)
52. Champie Douglas ($5,360)
53. Damien Annuschat ($5,360)
54. Salvatore Bianco ($5,360)
55. Rupesh Pattni ($4,539)
56. Henry Paniccia ($4,539)
57. David Marczak ($4,539)
58. Tom Braband ($4,539)
59. Mark Radoja ($4,539)
60. Alexandros Kolonias ($4,539)
61. Angela Moed ($4,539)
62. Kenneth Hicks ($4,539)
63. Kevin O'Donnell ($4,539)
64. Elish Patel ($3,893)
65. Alexander Turyansky ($3,893)
66. Joseph Valenzuela ($3,893)
67. Mitch Schock ($3,893)
68. Jason Hallee ($3,893)
69. Nabih Zaczac ($3,893)
70. Daniel Davies ($3,893)
71. Edmilson Oliveira ($3,893)
72. Thiago Nishijima ($3,893)
73. Gregg Merkow ($3,387)
74. Brad Tucker ($3,387)
75. Neal Elgin ($3,387)
76. Walmor Schmitt ($3,387)
77. Christopher Louviere ($3,387)
78. Stuart Pfeifer ($3,387)
79. Keven Stammen ($3,387)
80. Alexandru Masek ($3,387)
81. Daniel Park ($3,387)
82. Mika Paasonen ($2,968)
83. Mike Pickett ($2,968)
84. Adalberto Orrigo ($2,968)
85. Hyuck Kwon ($2,968)
86. Byung Lee ($2,968)
87. David Champion ($2,968)
88. Cid Campelo ($2,968)
89. Gary Mentro ($2,968)
90. Spencer Champlin ($2,968)
91. David Chase ($2,653)
92. Nam Le ($2,653)
93. Jacob Daniels ($2,653)
94. Tyler Patterson ($2,653)
95. Mike Allis ($2,653)
96. Donald Civic ($2,653)
97. Son Chau ($2,653)
98. Dalton Mills ($2,653)
99. Hieu Tran ($2,653)
100. David Wojtczak ($2,374)
101. Daniel Buzgon ($2,374)
102. Michael Register ($2,374)
103. Axel Mollenkott ($2,374)
104. Brian Zekus ($2,374)
105. Michael Wynn ($2,374)
106. Tom Cage ($2,374)
107. Peter Cross ($2,374)
108. Michael Costello ($2,374)
109. Stuart Marshak ($2,374)
110. Jorge Arriola ($2,374)
111. Idris Drief ($2,374)
112. Krzysztof Stybaniewicz ($2,374)
113. Cleiton Piotto Assuncao ($2,374)
114. Masato Yokosawa ($2,374)
115. Caryn Barab ($2,374)
116. Tony Dunst ($2,374)
117. Ivan Tononi ($2,374)
118. Matthew Lengal ($2,374)
119. Dominik Nitsche ($2,374)
120. Salvatore Casale ($2,374)
121. Douglas Ashmore ($2,374)
122. Glenn Swanlund ($2,374)
123. Walter Treccarichi ($2,374)
124. Christopher MacNeil ($2,374)
125. Kyle Cartwright ($2,374)
126. Dung Nguyen ($2,374)
127. Frank Rusnak ($2,147)
128. Najib Kamand ($2,147)
129. Suzanne Miller ($2,147)
130. Javier Figueroa ($2,147)
131. Jacob Schindler ($2,147)
132. Gionni Demers ($2,147)
133. Will Jaffe ($2,147)
134. Hien Ly ($2,147)
135. Ken Wu ($2,147)
136. Mo Chun ($2,147)
137. Benoit Jean ($2,147)
138. Sebastien Plaa ($2,147)
139. Richard Klein ($2,147)
140. Carter Gill ($2,147)
141. Lauri Pesonen ($2,147)
142. Mark Drover ($2,147)
143. Britton Purvis ($2,147)
144. Royce Cohen ($2,147)
145. Shannon Shorr ($2,147)
146. Justin Kinslow ($2,147)
147. Raymond Chan ($2,147)
148. Shadron Walton ($2,147)
149. Ryan Hartmann ($2,147)
150. Jacob Bucher ($2,147)
151. D Schlosser ($2,147)
152. Travis Roseberry ($2,147)
153. Ray Qartomy ($2,147)
154. Richard Murnick ($2,147)
155. Samuel Murphy ($2,147)
156. Tylor Hemme ($2,147)
157. Michael Gross ($2,147)
158. David Hoote ($2,147)
159. Huy Nguyen ($2,147)
160. Stephen Kmet ($2,147)
161. Christian Harder ($2,147)
162. Inaki Santos ($2,147)
163. Adnan Qureshi ($1,972)
164. Dmitrii Stefanov ($1,972)
165. Robert Mather ($1,972)
166. Luis Contreras ($1,972)
167. Andrew Hippler ($1,972)
168. Amato Galasso ($1,972)
169. Darren Kennedy ($1,972)
170. Mike Lesle ($1,972)
171. Mike Mustafa ($1,972)
172. Justin Pechie ($1,972)
173. Tom Thomas ($1,972)
174. Craig Biehle ($1,972)
175. Daniel Kuester ($1,972)
176. Michael Johnson ($1,972)
177. Sebastian Pauli ($1,972)
178. David Chang ($1,972)
179. Tuan Vu ($1,972)
180. Mahmood Moghaddam ($1,972)
181. Bryan Andrews ($1,972)
182. George Lampert ($1,972)
183. Eric Stemp ($1,972)
184. Michael Doyle ($1,972)
185. Jesse Rodriguez ($1,972)
186. Adam Lamphere ($1,972)
187. Jeffrey Schneider ($1,972)
188. Vien Dinh Bui ($1,972)
189. Jessy Ang ($1,972)
190. Santiago Arias ($1,972)
191. Gordon Vayo ($1,972)
192. Hye Park ($1,972)
193. Armen Zadoyan ($1,972)
194. Douglas Carli ($1,972)
195. Michael Humikowski ($1,972)
196. Sherif El-Messiri ($1,972)
197. John Holley ($1,972)
198. Lyle Padgett ($1,972)

Andrew Feldman is ESPN.com's Poker Editor. He is the host of the Poker Edge Podcast and co-host of ESPN Inside Deal. Andrew has covered the poker industry for ESPN since 2004.

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