(Way) Outside the WSOP – (Day 19)

by , Jun 17, 2008 | 7:13 am

What happened at the WSOP last night while Phil Hellmuth was humble in defeat…

In a table full of well known names, it was online regular Phil Galfond who took down the $5,000 Pot Limit Omaha w/rebuys event, beating Adam Hourani in a heads-up match that lasted over 100 hands. David Benyamine would finish 3rd. Galfond gets to take down over $817,000 and take the WSOP earnings lead over Grant Hinkle by less than $1,000.

The $1,500 NL event winner last night was Vitaly Lunkin, who beat Brett Kimes headsup to win just over $628,000 and the coveted bracelet. Other results from that event can be found here.

Two more final tables were established last night, they can be found on the next page:

The $10,000 Limit Holdem World Championship will be on ESPN360 tonight, here’s their lineup, which starts around 2pm:

Seat 1: Andy Bloch 370,000
Seat 2: Rob Hollink 893,000
Seat 3: Tommy Hang 578,000
Seat 4: Cy Jassinowsky 231,000
Seat 5: Jerrod Ankenman 441,000
Seat 6: Chris Vitch 201,000
Seat 7: Brock Parker 166,000
Seat 8: JC Tran 247,000
Seat 9: Aaron Katz 1,232,000

Also at 2pm, the $3,000 NL Holdem event will have their final table, consisting of:

Seat 1: Sebastian Segovia 128,500
Seat 2: Alex Bolotin 534,000
Seat 3: David Singer 334,000
Seat 4: Thuy Doan 369,500
Seat 5: John Phan 396,500
Seat 6: Matt Vengrin 1,007,500
Seat 7: Stewart Newman 398,000
Seat 8: Johnny Neckar 796,000
Seat 9: Tony Dunst 333,000

The only tournament that started yesterday, $2,500 NL Holdem 6-handed returns with 73 returning for day 2. Alon Shahar is chip leader, Dario Minieri is 2nd, others can be found at the Hendon Mob forum.

It’s two for Tuesday (just like almost every day), starting at noon today is yet another $1,500 NL Holdem event. Last year’s edition drew a field of “only” 2,315 with David Stucke taking down the bracelet. The 5pm tournament today is the $5,000 Stud Hi/Lo 8 or better World Championship. Last year, Eli Elezra won the title (and several large prop bets) over Scotty Nguyen in a drunken heads-up duel in a field of 236.

More from me this evening…


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