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June 29, 2007

2007 WSOP Event #43 Result & #39 Updated

Event #39, the $50,000 World Championship H.O.R.S.E tournament was won by Freddy Deeb! He took home this coveted bracelet, and first prize money worth $2,276,832. Bruno Fitoussi took second worth $1,278,720.

Event #43, a $2000 Limit Texas Holdem tournament was won by Saif Ahmad worth $217,329 and the bracelet.

Event #44, a $2000 Omaha High-Low 8/OB tournament is down to the final table, after John Juanda went out 10th. Those remaining, and their chip counts are:
Seat 1- Martin Corpuz, Jr. $292,000
Seat 2- Ming Lee $373,000
Seat 3- Mitch Maples $70,000
Seat 4- Thang Luu $238,000
Seat 5- Jess Robinson $255,000
Seat 6- Frankie O'Dell $318,000
Seat 7- Marcel Luske $427,000
Seat 8- Marvin Ryan $104,000
Seat 9- Stuart Paterson $58,000

Event #45, a $5000 No Limit Texas Holdem Six Handed tournament ended for the night with 77 remaining out of a starting 728 players. All players remaining made the money, and there are a number of names still in the field, including Phil Hellmuth who is in the cash for his 62nd time, and Men ' The Master ' Nguyen, who will cash for the 50th cash at a WSOP event. Play will resume today down to the final table.

Event #46, a $1000 Seven Card Stud High-Low 8/OB tournament ended for the evening, with just less than 200 players still in the field. Among those remaining, is Doyle Brunson, and Scotty Nguyen...

Event #47, a $2000 No Limit Texas Holdem tournament, and Event #48 a $1000 2-7 Triple Draw Lowball ( limit ) WITH rebuys, both begin today....

We are one week away from the start of the $10,000 World CHampionship No Limit Texas Holdem event!

Posted by fatbill at June 29, 2007 08:18 AM


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