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Friday, June 19, 2009 | Francis Lee

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Event 16 - $1,500 Seven Card Stud

Jeff Lisandro picked up his second career WSOP bracelet in event 16 playing Limit Seven Card Stud.  His other bracelet was won two years ago playing the same game. A solid final table appearance from Lisandro won him the prize which totalled $124,959

Final Standings

  • 1st Jeff Lisandro $124,959
  • 2nd Rodney Pardey $77,230
  • 3rd Steven Stencil $50,626
  • 4th Nick Frangos $35,087
  • 5th John Juanda $25,634
  • 6th Eric Pardey $19,690
  • 7th Daniel Studer $15,862
  • 8th Mitch Schock $13,373

Event 17 - $1,000 Ladies World Championship

The women’s world championship was decided in event 17 with a very strong field of ladies taking part.  Lisa Hamilton renowned for her cash game experience rather than her tournament experience won this tournament which was later discovered to be only her second tournament entry.  Along with the World title she collected $195,390 for her trouble.

Final Standings

  • 1st Lisa Hamilton $195,390
  • 2nd Lori Bender $120,575
  • 3rd Mari Lou Morelli $78,132
  • 4th Angel Pedroza $53,940
  • 5th Kimberly Cunningham $38,719
  • 6th Kim Rios $29,121
  • 7th Lisa Parsons $22,880
  • 8th Dawn Thomas $18,742


Event 18 - $10,000 World Championship Omaha Hi/Lo 8-or-better

Daniel Alaei became the Omaha Hi Lo world champion outlasting a pro heavy final table with the likes of Daniel Negreanu and Annie Duke vying to get the WSOP bracelet.  Alaei took the overall chip lead at the end of the penultimate day going into the final table and held this right throughout to the finishing line.

Final Standings

  • 1st Daniel Alaei $445,898
  • 2nd Scott Clements $275,946
  • 3rd Ben Boyd $182,730
  • 4th Daniel Negreanu $130,401
  • 5th John Monnette $97,422
  • 6th Greg Jamison $77,736
  • 7th Tom Koral $65,453
  • 8th Annie Duke $58,049
  • 9th Yueqi Zhu $54,179

Event 19 - $2,500 Six-handed No Limit Hold’em

A great week for Brock Parker turned into a fantastic one when he picked up his second WSOP bracelet in the space of a week, outlasting a field of over 1000 entrants.  He also collected another half million dollars to add to his bank roll.

Final Standings

  • 1st Brock Parker $552,745
  • 2nd Joseph Serock $341,783
  • 3rd Russell Crane $220,633
  • 4th Jesse Rios $148,661
  • 5th Alexander Wilson $104,323
  • 6th Clayton Newman $76,123

Event 20 - $1,500 Pot Limit Hold’em

633 players entered event 20 playing pot limit hold’em all fighting to win the $194,434 first place prize and the coverted WSOP bracelet. John-Paul Kelly a European poker pro at the age of 23 added to his half million career earnings by taking down this event.  John-Paul was delighted with the win stating this was the best highlight of his life so far.

Final Standings

  • 1st John-Paul Kelly $194,434
  • 2nd Marc Tschirch $120,102
  • 3rd Jason Dewitt $78,826
  • 4th Kyle Carlston $54,711
  • 5th Aaron Virchis $40,048
  • 6th Tony Steward $30,837
  • 7th Erik Seidel $24,919
  • 8th Andrew Radel $21,082
  • 9th Ravi Raghavan $18,637



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