World Poker Tour season 2 results

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Below are the results of season two of the World Poker Tour television series (2003–2004).

Results[edit]

Grand Prix de Paris[edit]

  • Casino: Aviation Club de France, Paris [1]
  • Buy-in: €10,000
  • 4-Day Event: July 10, 2003 to July 13, 2003
  • Number of Entries: 96
  • Total Prize Pool: €894,400 (US$1,028,826)
  • Number of Payouts: 9
Final Table
Place Name Prize
1st David Benyamine €357,200 ($410,886)
2nd Jan Boubli €178,000 ($205,443)
3rd George Paravoliasakis €134,000 ($154,140)
4th Jamie Posner €80,500 ($92,599)
5th Erick Lindgren €53,600 ($61,656)
6th Lee Salem €35,700 ($41,066)

Legends of Poker[edit]

  • Casino: Bicycle Casino, Los Angeles [1]
  • Buy-in: $5,000
  • 3-Day Event: September 1, 2003 to September 3, 2003
  • Number of Entries: 309
  • Total Prize Pool: $1,545,000
  • Number of Payouts: 27
  • Winning Hand: 9-7
Final Table
Place Name Prize
1st Mel Judah $579,375
2nd Paul Phillips $293,550
3rd T. J. Cloutier $146,775
4th Chip Jett $100,425
5th Farzad Bonyadi $69,525
6th Phil Laak $54,075

Borgata Poker Open[edit]

  • Casino: Borgata, Atlantic City [1]
  • Buy-in: $5,000
  • 3-Day Event: September 20, 2003 to September 22, 2003
  • Number of Entries: 235
  • Total Prize Pool: $1,175,000
  • Number of Payouts: 18
Final Table
Place Name Prize
1st Noli Francisco $470,000
2nd Charlie Shoten $235,000
3rd David Oppenheim $117,500
4th Carlos Mortensen $70,500
5th Mickey Seagle $52,875
6th Randy Burger $41,125

Ultimate Poker Classic[edit]

  • Casino: Radisson Aruba Resort & Casino, Palm Beach, Aruba [1]
  • Buy-in: $4,000
  • 1-Day Event: October 18, 2003
  • Number of Entries: 436
  • Total Prize Pool: $1,697,460
  • Number of Payouts: 20
Final Table
Place Name Prize
1st Erick Lindgren $500,000
2nd Daniel Larsson $300,745
3rd Anthony Fagan $194,230
4th Barry Shulman $112,780
5th Ted Harrington $68,920
6th Rick Casper $43,860

World Poker Finals[edit]

Final Table
Place Name Prize
1st Hoyt Corkins $1,089,200
2nd Mohamed Ibrahim $563,400
3rd Phil Hellmuth $281,700
4th Chris Ackerman $226,925
5th Vellaisamy Senthilkumar $164,325
6th Brian Haveson $117,375

Five Diamond World Poker Classic[edit]

  • Casino: Bellagio, Paradise, Nevada [1]
  • Buy-in: $10,000
  • 4-Day Event: December 15, 2003 to December 18, 2003
  • Number of Entries: 314
  • Total Prize Pool: $3,044,750
  • Number of Payouts: 36
Final Table
Place Name Prize
1st Paul Phillips $1,101,908
2nd Dewey Tomko $552,853
3rd Gus Hansen $276,426
4th Abe Mosseri $174,585
5th Tino Lechich $130,940
6th Mel Judah $101,842

PokerStars Caribbean Poker Adventure[edit]

  • Buy-in: $7,500 [1]
  • 1-Day Event: January 25, 2004
  • Number of Entries: 221
  • Total Prize Pool: $1,657,501
  • Number of Payouts: 27
Final Table
Place Name Prize
1st Gus Hansen $455,780
2nd Hoyt Corkins $290,065
3rd Daniel Negreanu $192,270
4th Michael Benedetto $132,600
5th John D'Agostino $99,450
6th Remco Schrijvers $74,590

World Poker Open[edit]

  • Casino: Horseshoe Casino & Hotel, Tunica [1]
  • Buy-in: $10,000
  • 4-Day Event: January 26, 2004 to January 29, 2004
  • Number of Entries: 367
  • Total Prize Pool: $3,455,050
  • Number of Payouts: 27
Final Table
Place Name Prize
1st Barry Greenstein $1,278,370
2nd Randy Jensen $656,460
3rd James Tippin $328,230
4th Chip Reese $207,304
5th Can Kim Hua $155,477
6th Tony Hartmann $120,927

L.A. Poker Classic[edit]

  • Casino: Commerce Casino, Los Angeles [1]
  • Buy-in: $10,000
  • 4-Day Event: February 21, 2004 to February 24, 2004
  • Number of Entries: 382
  • Total Prize Pool: $3,781,500
  • Number of Payouts: 27
  • Winning Hand: A-A
Final Table
Place Name Prize
1st Antonio Esfandiari $1,399,135
2nd Vinnie Vinh $718,485
3rd Mike Keohan $359,245
4th Bill Gazes $226,890
5th Adam Schoenfeld $170,170
6th David Benyamine $132,355

Bay 101 Shooting Star[edit]

  • Casino: Bay 101, San José [1]
  • Buy-in: $5,000
  • 3-Day Event: March 3, 2004 to March 5, 2004
  • Number of Entries: 243
  • Total Prize Pool: $1,125,000
  • Number of Payouts: 27
Final Table
Place Name Prize
1st Phil Gordon $360,000
2nd Chris Moneymaker $200,000
3rd Masoud Shojaei $103,300
4th Scott Wilson $79,800
5th Susan Kim $68,400
6th Mark Mache $57,000

World Poker Challenge[edit]

  • Casino: Reno Hilton, Reno [1]
  • Buy-in: $5,000
  • 3-Day Event: March 30, 2004 to April 1, 2004
  • Number of Entries: 342
  • Total Prize Pool: $1,658,700
  • Number of Payouts: 27
Final Table
Place Name Prize
1st Mike Kinney $629,469
2nd Paul Clark $310,403
3rd Harry Knopp $155,202
4th Peter Muller $98,022
5th Tony Bloom $73,517
6th Young Phan $57,180

WPT Championship[edit]

  • Casino: Bellagio, Las Vegas [1]
  • Buy-in: $25,000
  • 5-Day Event: April 19, 2004 to April 23, 2004
  • Number of Entries: 343
  • Total Prize Pool: $8,342,000
  • Number of Payouts: 50
Final Table
Place Name Prize
1st Martin De Knijff $2,728,356
2nd Hasan Habib $1,372,223
3rd Matt Matros $706,903
4th Richard Grijalva $457,408
5th Russell Rosenblum $332,660
6th Steve Brecher $232,862

Other Events[edit]

During season 2 of the WPT there was one special event that did not apply to the Player of the Year standings:

  • The WPT Invitational - February 25-26, 2004 - Commerce Casino - postscript to Event #9: L.A. Poker Classic

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l "World Poker Tour Season 2 results". theHendonMob.com. Retrieved 2008-10-14.