2006 World Series of Poker results

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This article is a list of results of the 2006 World Series of Poker (WSOP) with statistics, final table results and payouts. The total money paid out in the 2006 events was $156,409,974.[citation needed]

Contents

Results[edit]

Event 1: $500 No Limit Hold 'em--Casino Employees[edit]

This event kicked off the 2006 WSOP. It was a $500 buy-in no limit Texas hold 'em tournament reserved for casino employees that work in Nevada.

  • Number of buy-ins: 1,232
  • Total Prize Pool: $554,400
  • Number of Payouts: 101
  • Winning Hand: 4♥ 3♣
Final Table
Place Name Prize
1st Chris Gros $127,496
2nd Bryan Devonshire $66,528
3rd R.J. Wright $38,531
4th Scott Clark $27,720
5th Christopher Himmenger $22,176
6th Craig Federspiel $19,404
7th David Wortham $16,632
8th Marsha Waggoner $13,860
9th Barry Goldberg $12,474

Event 2: $1,500 No Limit Hold 'em[edit]

This event was a $1,500 buy-in no-limit Texas hold 'em tournament. It was the first public tournament of the 2006 WSOP.

  • Number of buy-ins: 2,776
  • Total Prize Pool: $3,789,240
  • Number of Payouts: 277
  • Winning Hand: Q♠ 5♥
Final Table
Place Name Prize
1st Brandon Cantu $757,839
2nd Phong "Mark" Ly $416,816
3rd Drew Rubin $226,597
4th Lee Padilla $176,579
5th Brent Roberts $151,570
6th Don Zewin $126,940
7th Ron Stanley $107,614
8th Dustin Swartz $88,668
9th Juan Carlos Mortensen $71,617

Event 3: $1,500 Pot Limit Hold 'em[edit]

This event was a $1,500 buy-in pot limit Texas hold 'em tournament. It was a three-day event with a first prize of $345,984.

  • Number of buy-ins: 1,102
  • Total Prize Pool: $1,504,230
  • Number of Payouts: 99
  • Winning Hand: 8♦ 4♦
Final Table
Place Name Prize
1st Rafe Furst $345,984
2nd Rocky Enciso $180,508
3rd Eric Lynch $104,544
4th George Bronstein $75,212
5th Burt Boutin $60,169
6th Can Kim Hua $52,648
7th Richard Chase $45,127
8th John Juanda $37,606
9th Alan Gilbert $33,845

Event 4: $1,500 Limit Hold 'em[edit]

This event was a $1,500 buy-in limit Texas hold 'em tournament. It was a three-day event with a first prize of $335,289.

  • Number of buy-ins: 1,068
  • Total Prize Pool: $1,457,820
  • Number of Payouts: 100
  • Winning Hand: 10♦ 6♠
Final Table
Place Name Prize
1st Kianoush Abolfathi $335,289
2nd Eric Buchman $174,938
3rd Josh Schlein $101,318
4th Michele Lewis $72,891
5th Vipul Kothari $58,313
6th Hank Sparks $51,029
7th Patrick Maloney $43,735
8th Lars Hansen $36,446
9th Matt Elsby $32,801

Event 5: $2,500 No Limit Hold 'em short-handed[edit]

This event was a $2,500 buy-in no limit Texas hold 'em tournament, with a maximum of six players per table instead of the normal nine. It was a three-day event with a first prize of $475,712.

  • Number of buy-ins: 824
  • Total Prize Pool: $1,895,200
  • Number of Payouts: 90
  • Winning Hand: A♦ 5♥
Final Table
Place Name Prize
1st Dutch Boyd $475,712
2nd Joe Hachem $256,800
3rd Jeff Knight $153,511
4th Mike Goodman $115,607
5th Pete Hassett $91,917
6th David Solomon $68,227

Event 6: $2,000 No Limit Hold 'em[edit]

This event was a $2,000 buy-in no limit Texas hold 'em tournament. It was a three-day event with a first prize of $803,274.

  • Number of buy-ins: 1919
  • Total Prize Pool: $3,492,580
  • Number of Payouts: 155
  • Winning Hand: Q♣ T♣
Final Table
Place Name Prize
1st Mark Vos $803,274
2nd Nam Le $401,647
3rd John Reiss Jr $209,555
4th Thomas Hunt III $160,659
5th Willard Chang $136,211
6th Kevin Peterson $115,285
7th Vanessa Selbst $101,285
8th David Wells $87,315
9th Juan Carlos Mortensen $73,344

Event 7: $3,000 Limit Hold 'em[edit]

This event was a $3,000 buy-in limit Texas hold 'em tournament. It was a three-day event with a first prize of $343,618.

  • Number of buy-ins: 415
  • Total Prize Pool: $1,145,400
  • Number of Payouts: 46
  • Winning Hand: A♥ 4♦
Final Table
Place Name Prize
1st William Chen $343,618
2nd Yueqi Zhu $184,409
3rd Henry Nguyen $91,632
4th Karlo Lopez $80,178
5th Danny Ciaramella $68,724
6th Larry Thomas $57,270
7th Allan Puzantyan $45,816
8th Ernie Scherer III $34,362
9th Jeff Lisandro $22,908

Event 8: $2,000 Omaha Hi-low Split[edit]

This event was a $2,000 buy-in Limit Omaha High-low split. It was a three-day event with a first prize of $341,426.

  • Number of buy-ins: 670
  • Total Prize Pool: $1,219,400
  • Number of Payouts: 65
  • Winning Hand: A♥ 4♦ 7♣ 4♥
Final Table
Place Name Prize
1st Jack Zwerner $341,426
2nd Rusty Mandap $176,813
3rd Jeff Madsen $97,552
4th Cong Do $85,358
5th Bob Mangino $73,164
6th Robert Collins $60,970
7th Daniel Negreanu $48,776
8th Russell Salzer $36,582
9th Steven Lustig $24,388

This was the first of four top-three finishes for Madsen at this year's WSOP.

Event 9: $5,000 No Limit Hold'em[edit]

  • Number of buy-ins: 622
  • Total Prize Pool: $2,293,400
  • Number of Payouts: 63
  • Winning Hand: 5♦ 3♦
Final Table
Place Name Prize
1st Jeff Cabanillas $818,546
2nd Phil Hellmuth Jr $423,893
3rd Eugene Todd $233,872
4th Marcel Lüske $204,638
5th Isabelle Mercier $175,404
6th Thomas Schreiber $146,170
7th Douglas Carli $116,936
8th Vinny Vinh $87,702
9th Danny Smith $58,468

Event 10: $1,500 7 Card Stud[edit]

  • Number of buy-ins: 478
  • Total Prize Pool: $652,470
  • Number of Payouts: 40
  • Winning Hand: K♠ 3♥ 4♣ 6♠ 4♠ J♦ 8♥
Final Table
Place Name Prize
1st David Williams $163,118
2nd John Hoang $110,920
3rd Jack Duncan $71,772
4th Mitchell Ledis $45,673
5th John Cernuto $35,886
6th Ivan Schertzer $29,361
7th Johnny Chan $22,836
8th Matt Hawrilenko $16,312

Event 11: $1,500 Limit Hold'em[edit]

  • Number of buy-ins: 701
  • Total prize pool: $956,865
  • Number of Payouts: 72
  • Winning Hand: Q♥ 3♠
Final Table
Place Name Prize
1st Bob Chalmers $258,344
2nd Tam Ho $135,396
3rd Warren Wooldridge $76,549
4th Thanh Nguyen $66,981
5th Doug Saab $57,412
6th Jan Sjåvik $47,843
7th Graham Duke $38,275
8th Bob Bartmann $28,706
9th David Calla $19,137

Event 12: $5,000 Omaha Hi-low Split[edit]

This event was a $5,000 buy-in Limit Omaha High-low split. It was a two-day event with a first prize of $398,560.

  • Number of buy-ins: 265
  • Total Prize Pool: $1,245,000
  • Number of Payouts: 26
Final Table
Place Name Prize
1st Sam Farha $398,560
2nd Phil Ivey $219,208
3rd Kirill Gerasimov $112,095
4th Mike Henrich $87,185
5th Mike Wattel $74,730
6th Brian Nadell $62,275
7th Jeff King $49,820
8th Jim Ferrel $37,365
9th Ryan Hughes $24,910

Event 13: $2,500 No Limit Hold'em[edit]

This was a three-day event.

  • Number of buy-ins: 1.290
  • Total Prize Pool: $2,967,000
  • Number of Payouts: 99
  • Winning Hand: J♣ 8♣
Final Table
Place Name Prize
1st Max Pescatori $682,389
2nd Anthony Reategui $356,040
3rd Justin Pechie $206,207
4th Michael Scott $148,350
5th Corey Cheresnick $118,680
6th Tri Ma $103,845
7th Mike Matusow $89,010
8th Terrence Chan $74,175
9th Matt Heinschel $66,578

Event 14: $1,000 No Limit Hold'em with rebuys[edit]

This was a three-day event.

  • Number of buy-ins: 752
  • Number of rebuys: 1670
  • Total Prize Pool: $2,317,887
  • Number of Payouts: 74
  • Winning Hand: A♣ Q♥
Final Table
Place Name Prize
1st Allen Cunningham $625,830
2nd David Rheem $327,981
3rd Tom Franklin $185,431
4th Steve Wong $162,252
5th John Hoang $139,073
6th Tim Phan $115,894
7th Everett Carlton $92,715
8th Andy Bloch $67,357
9th Alex Jacob $46,358

Event 15: $1,000 Ladies No Limit Hold'em[edit]

This was a two-day event for women only.

  • Number of buy-ins: 1128
  • Total Prize pool: $1,026,480
  • Number of Payouts: 99
Final Table
Place Name Prize
1st Mary Jones Meyer $236,094
2nd Shanee Barton $123,178
3rd Beatrice Stranzinger $71,340
4th Reka Hallgato $51,324
5th Sue Luckenbaugh $41,059
6th Julie Allen $35,927
7th Devi Ortega $30,794
8th Laurie Scott $25,662
9th Ellie Ahlgren $23,096

2005 winner, actress Jennifer Tilly did not reach the money this year. Mimi Rogers reached 33rd place, winning $5,132.

Event 16: $10,000 Pot-Limit Omaha[edit]

This was a three-day event.

  • Number of buy-ins: 218
  • Total Prize Pool: $2,049,200
  • Number of Payouts: 27
Final Table
Place Name Prize
1st Lee Watkinson $655,746
2nd Mike Guttman $360,659
3rd Mark Dickstein $184,428
4th Rafi Amit $143,444
5th Hasan Habib $122,952
6th Nick Gibson $102,460
7th Jani Vilmunen $81,984
8th Thomas Wahlroos $61,476
9th Mickey Appleman $40,984

Event 17: $1,000 No Limit Hold'em[edit]

This was a three-day event.

  • Number of buy-ins: 2891
  • Number of Payouts: 270
Final Table
Place Name Prize
1st Jon Friedberg $526,185
2nd John Phan $289,389
3rd Mike Pomeroy $157,322
4th Tom Hawkingberry $122,596
5th Kevin O'Donnell $105,232
6th Corey Chaston $88,132
7th Humberto Brenes $74,715
8th Michael Halford $61,561
9th Thang Luu $49,722

Event 18: $2,000 Pot Limit Hold'em[edit]

This was a three-day event.

  • Number of buy-ins: 590
  • Total Prize Pool: $1,073,800
  • Number of Payouts: 54
Final Table
Place Name Prize
1st Eric Kesselman $311,403
2nd Hyon "Skip" Kim $164,291
3rd Christopher Viox $85,904
4th Kevin Ross $75,166
5th Jason Sagle $64,428
6th Jim McManus $53,690
7th Dustin Holmes $42,952
8th Christopher Black $32,214
9th Harry Thomas $21,476

Event 19: $1,000 Seniors No Limit Hold'em[edit]

This was a two-day event.

  • Number of buy-ins: 1184
  • Total Prize Pool: $1,077,440
  • Number of Payouts: 99
Final Table
Place Name Prize
1st Clare Miller $247,814
2nd Mike Nargi $129,293
3rd Jake Wells, Jr. $74,882
4th Judith Carlson $53,872
5th David Claiborne $43,098
6th Ron Rose $37,710
7th Doug Schuller $32,323
8th Stan Schrier $26,936
9th John Vorhaus $24,242

Event 20: $50,000 H.O.R.S.E.[edit]

This was a three-day event alternating between limit Texas Hold'em, Omaha Hi-Lo, Razz, Seven Card Stud and Seven Card Stud Hi-Lo Eight or Better. For the final table, the play was shifted exclusively to no limit hold'em. This event has the highest buy-in ever at the WSOP.

  • Number of buy-ins: 143
  • Total Prize Pool: $6,864,000
  • Number of Payouts: 16


Final Table
Place Name Prize
1st David "Chip" Reese $1,716,000
2nd Andy Bloch $1,029,000
3rd Phil Ivey $617,760
4th Jim Bechtel $549,120
5th T. J. Cloutier $480,480
6th David Singer $411,840
7th Dewey Tomko $343,200
8th Doyle Brunson $274,560
9th Patrik Antonius $205,920

Event 21: $2,500 No Limit Hold'em Shorthanded[edit]

This was a three-day event, with a maximum of six players per table instead of the normal nine.

  • Number of buy-ins: 740
  • Total Prize Pool: $1,702,000
  • Number of Payouts: 72
Final Table
Place Name Prize
1st William Chen $442,511
2nd Nath Pizzolatto $238,280
3rd Mike Guttman $139,564
4th Dan Hicks $107,226
5th Alex Bolotin $78,292
6th Harry Demetriou $58,719

This was William Chen's second first-place finish and fifth in-the-money finish in this year's WSOP.

Event 22: $2,000 No Limit Hold'em[edit]

This was a three-day event.

  • Number of buy-ins: 1,579
  • Total Prize Pool: $2,873,780
  • Number of Payouts: 156
Final Table
Place Name Prize
1st Jeff Madsen $660,948
2nd Paul Sheng $330,485
3rd Julian Gardner $172,427
4th Troy Parkins $132,194
5th Robert Cohen $112,077
6th Robert Bright $94,835
7th Michael Chow $83,340
8th Billy Duarte, Jr. $71,845
9th John Shipley $60,349

Jeff Madsen became the youngest bracelet winner, defeating the record set the previous year by Eric Froehlich.

Event 23: $3,000 Limit Hold'em[edit]

This was a three-day event.

  • Number of buy-ins: 341
  • Total Prize Pool: $941,160
  • Number of payouts: 37
Final Table
Place Name Prize
1st Ian Johns $291,755
2nd Jerrod Ankenman $150,586
3rd Javier Torresola $75,293
4th Theo Tran $65,881
5th Mark Newhouse $56,470
6th Tad Jurgens $47,058
7th Brendan Taylor $37,646
8th Benjamin Robinson $28,235
9th Fi Tran $18,823

Event 24: $3,000 Omaha Hi-low Split[edit]

This was a three-day event.

  • Number of buy-ins: 352
  • Total Prize Pool: $971,520
  • Number of payouts: 36
Final Table
Place Name Prize
1st Scott Clements $301,175
2nd Thor Hansen $155,443
3rd Brent Carter $77,772
4th Martin "Dick" Corpuz $68,006
5th Ronald Matsuura $58,291
6th Phil Hellmuth, Jr. $48,576
7th Peter Costa $38,861
8th Stephen Ladowsky $29,146
9th Alex Limjoco $19,430

Event 25: $2,000 No Limit Hold'em Shootout[edit]

This was a three-day event.

  • Number of buy-ins: 600
  • Total Prize Pool: $1,092,000
  • Number of payouts: 100
Final Table
Place Name Prize
1st David Pham $240,222
2nd Charlie Sewell $124,488
3rd Roland De Wolfe $65,520
4th Jerald Williamson $49,140
5th Chad Layne $43,680
6th Jason DeWitt $38,220
7th David Bach $32,760
8th Dustin Woolf $27,300
9th Adam Kagin $21,840
10th Jeff Heiberg $16,380

Event 26: $1,500 Pot Limit Omaha[edit]

This was a two-day event.

  • Number of buy-ins: 526
  • Total Prize Pool: $716,625
  • Number of payouts: 54
Final Table
Place Name Prize
1st Rafael Perry $207,817
2nd George Abdallah $109,644
3rd Brian Kocur $57,330
4th Zhang Luzhe $50,164
5th Ray Lynne $42,998
6th Spiro Mitrokostas $35,831
7th Frank Henderson $28,665
8th Jason Newburger $21,499
9th Russ Salzer $14,333

Special event: $1,500 Pot Limit Omaha with Rebuys[edit]

This was a special, non scheduled event.

  • Number of buy-ins: 158
  • Number of rebuys: 492
  • Total Prize Pool: $908,100
  • Number of payouts: 18
Final Table
Place Name Prize
1st Eric Froehlich $299,675
2nd Sherkhan Farnood $165,274
3rd Chau Giang $90,810
4th Kevin O'Donnell $72,648
5th Bruno Fitoussi $54,486
6th Matt Overstreet $45,405
7th Richard Freire $36,324
8th Rafi Amit $27,243
9th Ayaz Mahmood $18,162

Event 27: $1,500 No Limit Hold'em[edit]

This was a two-day event.

  • Number of buy-ins: 2126
  • Total Prize Pool: $2,901,990
  • Number of payouts: 198
Final Table
Place Name Prize
1st Mats Rahmn $655,141
2nd Richard Toth $333,729
3rd Padraig Parkinson $203,139
4th Chris Birchby $145,100
5th James Sileo $116,080
6th Michael Binger $101,570
7th Jordan Morgan $87,060
8th Ashwin Sarin $72,550
9th Billy Duarte Jr. $58,040

Event 28: $5,000 Seven Card Stud[edit]

This was a two-day event.

  • Number of buy-ins: 183
  • Total Prize Pool: $855,400
  • Number of payouts: 16
Final Table
Place Name Prize
1st Benjamin Lin $256,620
2nd Shahram Sheikhan $171,080
3rd Cyndy Violette $102,648
4th Allen Kessler $76,986
5th John Cernuto $55,601
6th Patrick Bueno $38,493
7th Lupe Munquia $29,939
8th Mike Caro $21,385

Event 29: $2,500 Pot Limit Hold'em[edit]

This was a three-day event.

  • Number of buyins: 562
  • Total Prize Pool: $1,292,600
  • Number of payouts: 54
Final Table
Place Name Prize
1st John Gale $374,849
2nd Maros Lechman $197,768
3rd Kevin Ho $103,408
4th Joseph Hachem $90,482
5th Alex Jacob $77,556
6th Lee Grove $64,630
7th Jeffrey Robertson $51,704
8th Lee Markholt $38,778
9th Gregory Alston $25,852

Event 30: $5,000 No Limit Hold'em Shorthanded[edit]

This is a three-day event, with a maximum of six players per table.

  • Number of buy-ins: 507
  • Total Prize Pool: $2,382,900
  • Number of payouts: 54
Final Table
Place Name Prize
1st Jeff Madsen $643,381
2nd Erick Lindgren $357,435
3rd Tom Franklin $214,461
4th Tony Woods $150,123
5th Jonathan Gaskell $119,145
6th Paul Foltyon $83,402

Jeff Madsen, who became the youngest bracelet winner about a week earlier, won his second bracelet and made his third final table appearance at this year's WSOP.

Event 31: $2,000 No Limit Hold'em[edit]

This is a three-day event.

  • Number of buy-ins: 2050
  • Total Prize Pool: $3,731,000
  • Number of payouts: 198
Final Table
Place Name Prize
1st Justin Scott $842,262
2nd Freddy Rouhani $429,065
3rd Robert Bright $261,170
4th Gregory Glass $186,550
5th Nathan Templeton $149,240
6th Carl Olson $130,585
7th Josh Wakeman $111,930
8th Jason Johnson $93,275
9th Bryan Micon $74,620

Event 32: $5,000 Pot Limit Hold'em[edit]

This is a three-day event.

  • Number of buy-ins: 378
  • Total Prize Pool: $1,776,600
  • Number of payouts: 37
Final Table
Place Name Prize
1st Jason Lester $550,746
2nd Alan Sass $284,256
3rd Stuart Fox $142,128
4th Tony Hartman $124,362
5th Michael Tedesco $106,596
6th Greg Turk $88,830
7th Emad Tamtouth $71,064
8th Tommy Smith $53,298
9th Kirill Gerasimov $35,532

Event 33: $1,500 Seven Card Razz[edit]

This is a two-day event.

  • Number of buy-ins: 409
  • Total Prize Pool: $558,285
  • Number of payouts: 40
Final Table
Place Name Prize
1st James Richburg $139,576
2nd Juan Carlos Mortensen $94,908
3rd Steven Diano $61,411
4th Cliff Josephy $39,080
5th Ron Ritchie $30,706
6th Richard Sklar $25,123
7th John Cernuto $19,540
8th Jamie Brooks $13,957

Event 34: $1,000 No Limit Hold'em with rebuys[edit]

This is a three-day event.

  • Number of buy-ins: 754
  • Number of rebuys:
  • Total Prize Pool: $2,340,238
  • Number of payouts: 73
Final Table
Place Name Prize
1st Phil Hellmuth Jr $631,863
2nd Juha Helppi $331,144
3rd Daryn Firicano $187,219
4th John Spadavecchia $163,817
5th Terris Preston $140,414
6th Elio Cabrera $117,012
7th David Plastik $93,610
8th Ralph Perry $70,207
9th Tony G $46,805

Phil Hellmuth Jr tied legends Johnny Chan and Doyle Brunson for the most WSOP tournament wins with his 10th bracelet.

Event 35: $1,000 Seven Card Stud Hi Low Split[edit]

This is a two-day event.

  • Number of buy-ins: 788
  • Total Prize Pool: $717,080
  • Number of payouts: 72
Final Table
Place Name Prize
1st Pat Poels $172,091
2nd Greg Dinkin $102,542
3rd Jeff Madsen $65,971
4th Mark Bershad $49,479
5th William Edler $39,439
6th Hoyt Verner $32,269
7th Rodney H. Pardey $25,098
8th Leo Fasen $17,927

Jeff Madsen made his fourth final table appearance and fourth top-three finish in this year's WSOP. This was also the third poker variant in which Madsen made the final table this year, as he previously made final tables in Omaha and Texas hold 'em (twice).

Event 36: $1,500 Limit Hold'em Shootout[edit]

This is a three-day event.

  • Number of buy-ins: 524
  • Total Prize Pool: $715,260
  • Number of payouts: 54
Final Table
Place Name Prize
1st Victoriano Perches $157,338
2nd Arnold Spee $78,679
3rd Anders Henriksson $50,068
4th Rep Porter $39,339
5th Tom Schneider $28,610
6th Marianno Garcia $17,882

Event 37: $1,500 No Limit Hold'em[edit]

This is a three-day event.

  • Number of buy-ins: 2803
  • Number of payouts: 270
Final Table
Place Name Prize
1st James Gorham $765,226
2nd Osman Kibar $420,870
3rd Mohamad Ilyas $228,800
4th Åge Spets $178,296
5th Nicholas Ronyecz $153,044
6th Miff Fagerlie $128,174
7th Jason Strasser $108,661
8th George Christian $89,531
9th Peter Dalhuijsen $72,313

Event 38: $5,000 No Limit 2-7 Draw Lowball with rebuys[edit]

This is a two-day event.

  • Number of buy-ins: 81
  • Number of rebuys:
  • Total prize pool: $1,164,048
  • Number of payours: 7
  • Winning hand: 8-6-5-3-2
Final Table
Place Name Prize
1st Daniel Alaei $430,698
2nd David Williams $256,091
3rd Phillipe Rouas $162,967
4th Men Nguyen $128,045
5th Greg Raymer $93,124
6th Allen Cunningham $58,202
7th Eliyahu Levy $34,921

Event 39: $10,000 No Limit Hold'em Championship Event[edit]

This is the "Main Event". It started on July 28 and the final table took place on August 10.

Jamie Gold took the bracelet, the title and the biggest ever payout in poker history, $12 million, after being the chip leader for most of the second week of the tournament. On the final table Gold eliminated seven of the eight opponents.

  • Number of buy-ins: 8,773
  • Total Prize Pool: $82,512,162
  • Number of payouts: 873
Final Table
Place Name Prize
1st Jamie Gold $12,000,000
2nd Paul Wasicka $6,102,499
3rd Michael Binger $4,123,310
4th Allen Cunningham $3,628,513
5th Rhett Butler $3,216,182
6th Richard Lee $2,803,851
7th Douglas Kim $2,391,520
8th Erik Friberg $1,979,189
9th Dan Nassif $1,566,858

Event 40: $1,000 No Limit Hold'em[edit]

This was a two-day event.

  • Number of buy-ins: 1,100
  • Total Prize Pool: $1,001,000
  • Number of payouts: 102
Final Table
Place Name Prize
1st Praz Bansi $230,209
2nd Anh Lu $120,120
3rd Baktash Gulzarzada $63,570
4th Fabrice Soulier $50,050
5th Earl Coggin $40,040
6th John Buttifant $35,035
7th Mark Petrillo $30,030
8th Nick Memeti $25,025
9th Vijayan Nagarajan $22,523

Event 41: $1,500 No Limit Hold'em[edit]

This was a two-day event.

  • Number of buy-ins: 1,007
  • Total prize pool: $1,374,555
  • Number of payouts: 102
Final Table
Place Name Prize
1st Paul Kobel $316,144
2nd Tyler Andrews $164,947
3rd Ralph Perry $95,532
4th Shayam Stinivasan $68,728
5th Eric Deregt $54,982
6th Chris Solomon $48,109
7th Shreeniwas Kelkar $41,237
8th Jonathan Stamm $34,364
9th James Henson $30,927

Event 42: $1,500 No Limit Hold'em[edit]

This was a two-day event.

  • Number of buyins: 352
  • Total prize pool: $494,130
  • Number of payouts: 38
Final Table
Place Name Prize
1st James Mitchell $153,173
2nd Stuart Fox $79,061
3rd Ofer Stern $39,530
4th Todd Witteles $34,589
5th Andrew Dean $29,648
6th Robert Wing $24,707
7th Koble West $19,765
8th Terry Leger $14,824
9th Mark McCluskey $9,883

Event 43: $1,500 No Limit Hold'em[edit]

This was a two-day event.

Final Table
Place Name Prize
1st Kevin Nathan $171,987
2nd J. C. Tran $92,301
3rd Marc Naalden $45,864
4th Joel Devries $40,131
5th Can Kim Hua $34,398
6th Juan Alvarado $28,665
7th William Chen $22,932
8th Randy Holland $17,199
9th Kevin Koch $11,466

Event 44: $1,500 No Limit Hold'em[edit]

This was a two-day event.

  • Number of buyins: 481
  • Total prize pool: $656,565
  • Number of payouts: 46
Final Table
Place Name Prize
1st Kevin Cover $196,968
2nd Joe Brandenburg $105,707
3rd Josh Tiernan $52,525
4th Jim Nguyen $45,960
5th Marcus Collins $39,394
6th Eric Baldwin $32,828
7th Tommy Chaney $26,263
8th Matthew Hilger $19,697
9th Robert Perry $13,131

Event 45: $1,500 No Limit Hold'em[edit]

This was a one-day event.

  • Number of buyins: 494
  • Total Prize Pool: $674,310
  • Number of payouts: 47
Final Table
Place Name Prize
1st Anders Henriksson $202,291
2nd Maureen Feduniak $108,564
3rd Phil Hellmuth $53,945
4th Michael Mateo $47,202
5th Lee Markholt $40,459
6th Esteban Urena $33,716
7th Joshua Ryan $26,972
8th Tan Nguyen $20,229
9th Lance Fryrear $13,486

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