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November Niner Makes Interesting Staking Offer

He’s already guaranteed ninth place money ($7xx) and now Amir Lehavot is looking to lock-up an even larger payday from his WSOP Main Event final table run, offering 30% of his action at ICM, which works out to $29,248 for 1%.

According to Lehavot, his parents have 10% of his action, a friend has another 10%, and Amir has the other 80% –of which he is now selling up to 30%. Lehavot currently sits in 2nd place behind chip-leader JC Tran.

Normally buying the pretty accomplished Amir Lehavot at even money (ICM) would seem like a good idea against this lineup, but based on the payout schedule Amir would have to finish in 3rd place for investors to see a profit, and the profit would only be about $640 on a $29,248 investment. Of course, should Lehavot finish in 1st or 2nd place, earning investors $14,625 in profit per % and $47,015 respectively.

Furthermore, investors would need to submit tax information should he finish in 3rd place or higher.

Here is a look at the ROI for investors based on each finishing position are:

  • 1st place: 160%
  • 2nd place: 51%
  • 3rd place: 2%
  • 4th place: -30%
  • 5th place: -53%
  • 6th place: -70.4%
  • 7th place: -83.2%
  • 8th place: -92.8%
  • 9th place: -100%

Lehavot explained his reasoning for the pricing on 2+2:

Clearly I believe I have a skill edge and hence my finish distribution is better than ICM and hence this is a +EV investment for investors. I’m effectively selling at no markup.

I understand that investor ROI is quite limited here, i.e. the best case scenario is a 2.6x return. The downside is also significantly lower than when typically buying action, 84% of the time investors are going to get atleast 30% back, etc.
Basically because it’s the FT already the variance I’m transferring to investors per $1 is much smaller than when buying action at the beginning of a tourney.

So anyways, that’s the way I look at it. I’m fortunate enough where selling this action isn’t a high priority for me. Obviously I prefer to sell, and believe it’s a +EV investment for investors, or I wouldn’t have posted. But if I keep my entire 80%, that’s ok. I don’t intend to change the price I’m selling at.

Needless to say, the response to Lehavot’s offer was pretty polarizing; with some players (smart professional players and backers) saying this is good value, while others with the same pedigree claim it is basically a lol offer. Eager to get rewards just by playing your favorite online poker? Check out our Club Titan VIP!

888 Poker Signs WSOP Main Event Chip-leader JC Tran

While they may stick a patch on a bunch of players at major tournaments, 888 Poker doesn’t hand out poker sponsorships lightly. Making the cut as a member of Team888 is reserved for a select few, and the latest player deemed worthy of an 888 sponsorship deal is World Series of Poker Main Event chip-leader JC Tran.

Tran isn’t just the WSOP Main Event chip-leader though. Over the course of his long poker career he has racked-up some very impressive accomplishments, and should he win the 2013 WSOP Main Event we are likely looking at a future Poker Hall of Famer.

Here is a look at some of JC’s accomplishments:

  • Career live tournament earnings – $9.5 million
  • Won the $1,500 No Limit Holdem tournament at the 2008 WSOP — $631,170
  • Won the $2,500 Pot Limit Omaha tournament at the 2009 WSOP — $235,685
  • 2006 WCOOP Main Event Winner — $670,000
  • Won the 2007 Doyle Brunson Five Diamond Poker Classic $5k tournament — $523,075
  • Party Poker Premier League III Winner — $300,000
  • Runner-Up at the 2007 WPT LA Poker Classic — $1,177,010
  • 2007 WPT World Poker Challenge Champion — $683,473
  • Eight career Top 7 finishes on the WPT
  • WPT Season 5 Player of the Year
  • 2013 WPT Alpha8 Super-High-Roller runner-up — $526,890

On top of being an excellent poker player, Tran is also one of the most admired poker players by fans, the media and his peers. The extremely well-like poker pro will undoubtedly have the largest section at the WSOP Main Event final table in November, and with the chip-lead and his poker skills he is the odds on favorite to win the tournament.

Here is a look at the 2013 WSOP Main Event Final Table chip-counts:

  1. JC Tran — 38,000,000
  2. Amir Lehavot — 29,700,000
  3. Marc McLaughlin — 26,525,000
  4. Jay Farber — 25,975,000
  5. Ryan Riess — 25,875,000
  6. Sylvain Loosli — 19,600,000
  7. Michiel Brummelhuis — 11,275,000
  8. Mark Newhouse — 7,350,000
  9. David Benefield — 6,375,000

In a press release issued by 888 Poker JC Tran commented, “I am extremely excited to work with 888poker and looking forward to a great experience. I can’t wait to represent 888poker at my best and help in any way possible.”

In the same press release, Inbal Lavi, Vice President of 888poker, stated, “We are excited to have JC Tran join our Team 888poker, his attitude towards the game and inviting personality embodies what we look for in our Team ambassadors. This year Team 888poker will be at its strongest and should bring some exciting content and opportunities to our continuously growing poker room. Good luck to Tran and the rest of our Team.”

*Resources: www.thehendonmob.com, www.wikipedia.org

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Engel Wins WSOPC Ring #6; Now 1 Off All-time Lead

Tournament grinder Ari Engel prevailed for the sixth time on the World Series of Poker Circuit Series, and now has six career WSOPC Gold Rings, just one behind the all-time leader Chris Reslock. Engel is now tied with Alex Masek with six WSOPC Rings after winning Event #9, a $580 No Limit Holdem tournament at the WSOPC Foxwoods series.

Engel made his bones in online poker, where he became known as “Bodog Ari” but over the years Engel has transitioned to the life of a tournament grinder, playing in hundreds of tournaments every year and spending most of his time playing on the mid-tier poker tours like the WSOPC, Deepstacks, HPT, and other local events. For his career Engel has tournament winnings of over $1.1 million according to his Hendon Mob page, and is one of the more consistent players in poker: Over the past seven years Engel has won at least $80,000 each year six times, with a high water mark of $290,000.

His most recent WSOPC victory was a hard-fought affair, as Engel was one of 235 players registered for the $580 NLHE event at Foxwoods. In the end he would have to defeat another multiple WSOPC Ring winner in Aaron Massey (Massey has two career WSOPC rings), which took just over an hour. Massey entered the heads-up duel out-chipped 1.7 million to 1.1 million, and Engel methodically wore him down before finishing him off.

Here is a look at the final table results from the tournament:

  1. Ari Engel — $29,634
  2. Aaron Massey — $18,313
  3. Bedda Nakhoul — $13,336
  4. Victor Usatii — $9,850
  5. Chris Rizzo — $7,408
  6. Deon Nossel — $5,654
  7. Steven Brackesy — $4,374
  8. Fred Alesi — $3,438
  9. Spyro Mitrokostas — $2,743

Here is a look at Engel’s other WSOPC victories (I’m not 100% certain which one was a non-ring tournament):

  • 2007 WSOPC Caesars Atlantic City: $300 NLHE — $63,018
  • 2009 WSOPC Caesars Palace: $1,000 Heads-Up No Limit Holdem — $22,353
  • 2011 WSOPC Caesars Palace: $300 NLHE — $8,292
  • 2012 WSOPC Chester: $345 Pot Limit Holdem/Omaha — $8,292
  • 2012 WSOPC Hammond: $1,125 NLHE — $55,503
  • 2013 WSOPC Kennel Club Palm Beach: $580 NLHE — $26,501

Engel has also won a Bellagio Cup tournament, an Asian Poker Tour event, an APPT tournament, the Empire State Poker Championship in 2012, and a Borgata Poker Open tournament. You can check out Ari’s full resume at his Hendon Mob page.

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One Drop Charity Rakes in $1.3 million at WSOP

After the unbelievably successful debut of the Big One for One Drop $1,000,000 buy-in tournament at the 2012 World Series of Poker, the WSOP and One Drop teamed-up once again in 2013, this time with two tournaments (a $1,111 rebuy event called the Little One for One Drop, and a $111,111 One Drop High-Roller). The WSOP and One Drop also asked players to pledge percentages of their winnings to the charity, which many did.

When all was said the WSOP and poker community’s efforts raised an astounding $1.3 million for the charity according to a press release at casinocitytimes.com. $1.08 million came from the two tournaments that were held as $111 from every entry in the Little One for One Drop was donated to the charity, and the WSOP donated 3% of the prize pool from the High-Roller event (which is the amount usually taken as the casino’s cut for hosting a tournament).

The remainder of the $1.3 million donation came directly from player pledges.

According to the press release, over the past two years, the poker community has raised roughly $7 million for the charity created by Cirque de Soleil founder and poker enthusiast Guy Laliberte. Laliberte was quoted in the press release:

“Again, we have created history!” said Cirque du Soleil founder and ONE DROP chairman Guy Laliberté. “I am thankful to WSOP for their dedication and to the poker community for their generosity. The real winners are the people for which ONE DROP will provide access to safe water. These families can break the cycle of poverty and have hope for a better future. Together we have shown the world once again how giving the poker community is and that the ripple effect continues on.”

One Drop is an innovative initiative designed to provide clean drinking water to people around the globe. The charity’s mission statement reads:

ONE DROP—a non-profit organization established in 2007 by Guy Laliberté, Founder of Cirque du Soleil—strives to ensure that water is accessible to all, today and forever.

ONE DROP is a charitable organization that develops integrated, innovative projects with an international scope, in which water plays a central role as a creative force in generating positive, sustainable effects for local and foreign populations and in the fight against poverty. More specifically, ONE DROP, in cooperation with partner Oxfam and others, develops access-to-water and sanitation projects in countries where access to this vital resource is lacking. In addition, ONE DROP is involved in raising awareness among individuals and communities on water-related issues to convince them to mobilize for universal access to water and urge them to adopt sound habits for managing this precious resource for future generations. In closing, ONE DROP is also involved in fundraising—a crucial activity if it is to realize its dream of water for all, today and tomorrow. To this end, the partners of ONE DROP have joined forces with the organization for pursuing this objective.

You can learn more about One Drop or donate to the charity at their website: www.onedrop.org

In 2014 the Big One for One Drop will return to the World Series of Poker for the second $1,000,000 buy-in tournament in poker history, and early indications are that the sequel to the Big One for One Drop will be even bigger and better.

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PKR Poker Pro in Hot Water after Scamming Backers

One of the top young talents in the game is being called out for some incredibly shady behavior regarding his 2013 World Series of Poker stake. EPT Snowfest winner Vladimir “Beyne” Geshkenbein, a poker pro at PKR Poker, has admitted to blowing through his WSOP stake, some $84,000, and using the money plus subsequent winnings from earlier events at the WSOP to gamble and pay off prior debts according to a thread on 2+2.

Because of his behavior, Geshkenbein found himself felted prior to the Main Event (which was supposed to be included in the stake) and had to appeal to his backers for forgiveness and to absolve him of his agreement. Obviously they wanted to be made whole, so after working out a deal, that included him being staked by another person in the Main Event, he managed to make a deep run in the WSOP Main Event, but has not been heard from since, leaving his original backers out in the cold.

The situation is at times hard to follow, as you’ll have to go though some foreign language poker forums and posts, but fortunately, one of the backers posting as “mo3rtelmu” on 2+2, summed up the situation thusly:

- vlad sold 84k sched on pstrategy for wsop incl main @1.6mu, general package was at v reasonable mus and considered a good deal

-wsop starts well w deepruns/cashes

-~3hs b4 mainevent day 1c, he comes in the thread and admits he degened our money away w cg/sng/paying personal depts

-says he needs to cancel our deal and other backer offers him a 1timedeal which he has to accept to recoup funds for us + otherwise he cant play main

-he goes deeper and deeper, stakers are raging and angry, skype group of victims is founded which produces the aquivalent of 200 doc pages in ~5days

- we reach VG and negotiate for a deal which gives us action in case of FT (his max offer was full package refund if he makes top 27)

-vlad agrees to the deal if all stakers agree and the public bashing stopped, some stakers disagree, vlad says we dont have a deal and he wont negotiate during ME (meaning his original “offer” of 840$/% incase of top 27 and 637$/% (main*mu) counts atm, vlad stops communicating

- he finishes in 62th place

What’s more puzzling is that nobody has brought up the possibility that Geshkenbein may have still had the Main Event stake money and attempted to cancel the backing deal citing a “new” backer as the reason he would then be able to play. Which would allow him to freeroll (actually more than freeroll as he charged a 1.6 markup for the Main Event) the tournament.

For me, the most interesting part of the story is the failure of PKR Poker to distance themselves from Geshkenbein. Instead the site has deleted a corresponding thread in their forum, and has taken no action against the young Russian pro that has basically been the face of the site for the past two years. Unlike other similar situations where accusations have been made, in this case Geshkenbein has admitted to screwing his backers, and it reflects poorly on PKR to pretend there is nothing going on.

As referenced in the 2+2 thread, this is not Beyne’s first brush with trouble in poker. In 2008 he admitted to cheating at the iPoker network in order to win their jackpot Sit & Go promotion (http://forumserver.twoplustwo.com/54/poker-beats-brags-variance/beat-banned-life-217177/). Check out the list of the top online poker rooms today here.

The 5 Players Who Owned the 2013 WSOP: Matthew Ashton

At every World Series of Poker a few players indelibly leave their mark on the summer poker series, and this year was no exception. Out of all the competitors and the entire list of WSOP bracelet winners, the following five people were in my opinion the best of the best:

  • Dan Kelly
  • David “Bakes” Baker
  • Tom Schneider
  • Marco Johnson
  • Matthew Ashton

In this series I will give a little back-story to each of these players and detail their accomplishments during the 2013 WSOP, with Mathew Ashton being our final player on this list.

Matthew Ashton

UK poker pro Matthew Ashton is no stranger to World Series of Poker success (he came into the 2013 WSOP, his third, with four cashes including three Top 10 finishes), but few people even dream about having a WSOP like Ashton put together in 2013. Of all the players profiled Ashton has the least number of cashes, but the most final tables, with four each.

The highlight of Ashton’s 2013 WSOP was easily his win in the $50k Poker Players Championship where he became the first non-American to win the event, as well as the youngest to claim the Chip Reese Memorial Trophy. Ashton’s win also cemented him as one of the best young mixed game players in the world considering all of his WSOP cashes are in non-Holdem tournaments. Download your free software at Titan Poker Downloads.

Here is a look at the winners of the Poker Players Championship since the tournament’s inception in 2007:

  • 2007 Poker Players Championship winner: David “Chip” Reese
  • 2008 Poker Players Championship winner: Scotty Nguyen
  • 2009 Poker Players Championship winner: David Bach
  • 2010 Poker Players Championship winner: Mike Mizrachi
  • 2011 Poker Players Championship winner: Brian Rast
  • 2012 Poker Players Championship winner: Mike Mizrachi
  • 2013 Poker Players Championship winner: Matthew Ashton

The $1.7 million in prize-money shot his career live tournament earnings up to over $2.3 million, and with his three other final tables he took a solid lead in the 2013 World Series of Poker Player of the Year race.

During the 2013 WSOP Matthew earned over $2 million, captured his first WSOP bracelet, and is in a great position to win the 2013 WSOP POY award. Here is a look at his four cashes/final tables at the 2013 WSOP:

  • Event #55 $50,000 The Poker Players Championship: 1st place for $1,774,089
  • Event #23 $2,500 Seven Card Stud: 7th place for $18,266
  • Event #13 $5,000 Seven Card Stud Hi/Lo: 2nd place for $164,700
  • Event #5 $2,500 Omaha/Seven Card Stud Hi/Lo: 3rd place for $86,437

*Resources: www.wsop.com, www.thehendonmob.com

 

The 5 players Who Owned the 2013 WSOP: Marco Johnson

At every World Series of Poker a few players indelibly leave their mark on the summer poker series, and this year was no exception. Out of all the competitors and the entire list of WSOP bracelet winners, the following five people were in my opinion the best of the best:

  • Dan Kelly
  • David “Bakes” Baker
  • Tom Schneider
  • Marco Johnson
  • Matthew Ashton

In this series I will give a little back-story to each of these players and detail their accomplishments during the 2013 WSOP, and we’ll now be moving on to Marco Johnson.

Marco Johnson

Poker players may not recognize the name Marco Johnson, but they have likely heard of his online screen-name “CrazyMarco” which was instrumental in launching the investigation into the Super-User accounts at Absolute Poker. You see Marco Johnson was the man who lost to the infamous “PotRipper” account an Absolute Poker and received the enhanced hand histories from the site with the source code that was later deciphered by the poker community.

Johnson isn’t simply some footnote in online poker history though, Johnson is a very accomplished online poker player, and after his 2013 World Series of Poker you can also call him a very accomplished live tournament player as well. After an impressive 2013 WSOP Marco is currently in 6th place in the World Series of Poker Player of the Year race, and has even landed on the BLUFF Magazine Player of the Year leader-board, in 36th place.

Johnson picked up his first WSOP bracelet this year, after cashing seven times and making three final tables. Prior to his win he had finished runner-up on two separate occasions, but for Marco third time was definitely the charm. For his career he now has 24 WSOP cashes including seven final tables. Know more about Titan Poker, read this detailed review.

Johnson is a Jack-of-all-Trades in poker evidenced by his cashes at the 2013 WSOP, which all came in different poker variants:

  • Event #8 $2,500 Eight Game Mix: 8th place for $20,699
  • Event #13 $5,000 Seven Card Stud Hi/Lo: 13th place for $13,877
  • Event #22 $1,500 Pot Limit Omaha: 28th place for $7,050
  • Event #31 $1,500 Pot Limit Omaha Hi/Lo: 2nd place for $158,379
  • Event #44 $3,000 No Limit Hold’em: 22nd place for $17,910
  • Event #48 $2,500 Limit Hold’em – 6 Handed: 1st place for $206,796
  • Event #59 $2,500 2-7 Triple Draw Lowball: 16th place for $7,345

*Resources: www.wsop.com, www.thehendonmob.com

The 5 Players Who Owned the 2013 WSOP: Tom Schneider

At every World Series of Poker a few players indelibly leave their mark on the summer poker series, and this year was no exception. Out of all the competitors and the entire list of WSOP bracelet winners, the following five people were in my opinion the best of the best:

  • Dan Kelly
  • David “Bakes” Baker
  • Tom Schneider
  • Marco Johnson
  • Matthew Ashton

In this series I will give a little back-story to each of these players and detail their accomplishments during the 2013 WSOP, continuing with Tom Schneider.

Tom Schneider

Tom Schneider isn’t one of these hotshot 20-somethings, but the 53 year-old isn’t some grizzled veteran either. Schneider got his start in poker during the poker boom, making him one of the few older players to really break into the game during the online era.

Schneider came out of virtually nowhere at the 2007 World Series of Poker to win two WSOP bracelets along with the WSOP Player of the Year award., and this year he is trying to replicate that achievement, considering he has won two more bracelets in 2013 and is in the hunt for the WSOP Player of the Year title. Over the course of his dozen years in the poker world Schneider has pocketed over $2.3 million in career live tournament earnings, won four WSOP bracelets, and made two WPT final tables, finishing 3rd at the 2006 WPT World Poker Challenge in Reno, and 4th in the 2007 WPT Legends of Poker. Visit Titan Poker Promotions for the latest deals and games available.

Schneider hasn’t just won two bracelets this year, he is also among the series leaders in cashes with seven (this after cashing seven times at the 2012 WSOP as well), and is the first player to win two HORSE bracelets at the same World Series of Poker. For his career, Schneider has cashed an impressive 32 times at the WSOP, dating back to 2002, averaging nearly three cashes per year over that span.

Here is a look at Schneider’s seven 2013 WSOP cashes:

  • Event #5 $2,500 Omaha/Seven Card Stud Hi/Lo: 27th place for $5,496
  • Event #10 $1,500 Limit Hold’em: 59th place for $2,873
  • Event #13 $5,000 Seven Card Stud Hi/Lo: 23rd place for $9,583
  • Event #15 $1,500 H.O.R.S.E.: 1st place for $258,960
  • Event #20 $1,500 Omaha Hi/Lo: 84th place for $3,066
  • Event #29 $ 5,000 H.O.R.S.E.: 1st place for $318,955
  • Event #35 $3,000 Pot Limit Omaha: 60th place for $5,765

*Resources: www.wsop.com, www.thehendonmob.com

 

The 5 Players Who Owned the 2013 WSOP: David Baker

At every World Series of Poker a few players indelibly leave their mark on the summer poker series, and this year was no exception. Out of all the competitors and the entire list of WSOP bracelet winners, the following five people were in my opinion the best of the best:

  • Dan Kelly
  • David “Bakes” Baker
  • Tom Schneider
  • Marco Johnson
  • Matthew Ashton

In this series I will give a little back-story to each of these players and detail their accomplishments during the 2013 WSOP, with David “Bakes” Baker the next player on the list.

David Baker

Confusion reigned in the poker world for many years until easily identifying the two David Baker’s could be sorted. The answer to the problem was simple: Nicknames. David “Bakes” Baker definitely got the better of the deal, as David “ODB” Baker didn’t even really get a nickname, more of an acronym – ODB stands for Old David Baker.

Last year both David Bakers had tremendous World Series of Poker tournament series, but this year it was David “Bakes” Baker who stole the show, cashing eight times, with five Top 10 finishes. Since 2009 Bakes has been one of the most consistent players at the WSOP (remember that for your WSOP fantasy team next year) never cashing less than four times, and making at least one final table every year since 2010.

The two-time bracelet winner is one of the most underrated tournament poker players in the game amongst casual poker fans, but amongst his peers he is definitely a feared player, capable of playing every game and tournament format well, evidenced by his cashes in seven different formats this year:

  • Event #5 $2,500 Omaha/Seven Card Stud Hi/Lo: 19th place for $6,551
  • Event #9 $3,000 No Limit Hold’em – Shootout: 6th place for $51,997
  • Event #13 $5,000 Seven Card Stud Hi/Lo: 4th place for $79,078
  • Event #17 $1,500 No Limit Hold’em: 8th place for $49,716
  • Event #39 $1,500 Seven Card Stud Hi/Lo: 38th place for $3,743
  • Event #43 $10,000 2-7 Lowball: 2nd place for$156,674
  • Event #48 $2,500 Limit Hold’em – 6 Handed: 10th place for $14,404
  • Event #52 $25,000 No Limit Hold’em – 6 Handed: 15th place for $53,781

During the course of the 2013 WSOP Bakes has pocketed over $400,000.

*Resources: www.wsop.com, www.thehendonmob.com

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The 5 Players Who Owned the 2013 WSOP: Dan Kelly

At every World Series of Poker a few players indelibly leave their mark on the summer poker series, and this year was no exception. Out of all the competitors and the entire list of WSOP bracelet winners, the following five people were in my opinion the best of the best:

  • Dan Kelly
  • David “Bakes” Baker
  • Tom Schneider
  • Marco Johnson
  • Matthew Ashton

In this series I will give a little back-story to each of these players and detail their accomplishments during the 2013 WSOP, beginning with Dan Kelly.

Dan Kelly

Dan Kelly is no stranger to poker success considering the man best known as djk123 at the online poker tables is one of the most successful online tournament players in the history of the game. Kelly has also had his fair share of live tournament success, winning a WSOP bracelet back in 2010 in the first $25k Six-Handed No Limit Holdem event ever held at the WSOP. Kelly also finished in 3rd place at the 2012 WPT LA Poker Classic, and came into the 2013 WSOP with about $2.3 in career live tournament earnings.

All Dan Kelly has done at the 2013 WSOP is cash eight times, including two final tables and seven Top-20 finishes. While he hasn’t managed to breakthrough with another WSOP win, Kelly began the WSOP so hot that he looked like a shoe-in to better Konstantin Puchov’s cashes in a single WSOP record that was set last year, after cashing eight times in the first 29 tournaments before coming back to earth during the second half of the series.

Over the course of the 2013 WSOP Kelly has earned nearly $500k. Here is a look at each of Dan Kelly’s eight 2013 WSOP cashes:

  • Event #2 $5,000 No Limit Hold’em – 8 Handed: 6th place for $83,532
  • Event #6 $1,500 No Limit Hold’em – Millionaire Maker: 5th place for $302,104
  • Event #14 $1,500 No Limit Hold’em: 180th place for $2,774
  • Event #15 $1,500 H.O.R.S.E.: 16th place for $8,378
  • Event #19 $5,000 Pot Limit Hold’em: 12th place for $16,011
  • Event #21 $3,000 No Limit Hold’em – 6 Handed: 10th place for $33,090
  • Event #25 $5,000 Omaha Hi/Lo: 20th place for $9,741
  • Event #29 $5,000 H.O.R.S.E.: 17th place for $10,304

*Resources: www.wsop.com, www.thehendonmob.com

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