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World Series of Poker 2009 Events 41-45 Results

Tuesday, June 30, 2009 | Francis Lee

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Event 41 - $5,000 No Limit Hold’em Shootout

Peter Traply became the first ever Hungarian to win a WSOP bracelet in event 41.  300 competitors started out all playing 10 man tables and only the winner’s from each table made it to day 2.  The remaining 30 players played on a six seater table and the winner from each made up the final table of five.

Final Standings

  • 1st Peter Traply $348,728
  • 2nd Andrew Lichtenberger $215,403
  • 3rd Maxim Lykov $145,063
  • 4th Danny Wong $105,609
  • 5th Nasr El Nasr $82,697


Event 42 - $2,500 Mixed Eight Game

After twice finishing as runner up, Jerrod Ankenman finally managed to win his first WSOP bracelet in event 42.  He outlasted 412 entrants playing Mixed Eight Game where the games rotate between eight different poker disciplines.  Ankenman entered the final table with a huge chip lead, almost double of what his nearest rival had and this time was not to be denied of his first bracelet win.

Final Standings

  • 1st Jerrod Ankenman $241,637
  • 2nd Sergey Altbregin $149,342
  • 3rd Chris Klodnicki $97,897
  • 4th Jeff Tims $67,848
  • 5th Jon Turner $49,569
  • 6th Eric Crain $38,075
  • 7th Layne Flack $30,674
  • 8th Dario Alioto $25,860

Event 43 - $1,000 Seniors World Championship

Michael Davis picked his spot to take down the Seniors championship in event 43 beating a huge turn out of 2,707 players starting out.  He didn’t have the chip lead at all at any stage until just a few hands before winning the event.  Davis picked his spot’s well making the heads up show down under the radar.

Final Standings

  • 1st Michael Davis $437,358
  • 2nd Scott Buller $268,507
  • 3rd Barry Bounds $179,210
  • 4th Michael Morusty $126,863
  • 5th Charles Simon $95,332
  • 6th Dan DeLatorre $76,118
  • 7th Art Duncan $64,047
  • 8th Richard McCall $56,903
  • 9th Robert Beck $53,208

Event 44 - $2,500 Seven Card Razz

Jeff Lisandro won his third 2009 WSOP bracelet again in a Seven card event, this time playing Razz.  His previous two wins was playing Seven Card Stud and the Seven Card Stud Hi/Lo championship.  Along with his third piece of gold he took home another $188,370 to add to his bank roll.

Final Standings

  • 1st Jeff Lisandro $188,370
  • 2nd Michael Craig $116,405
  • 3rd Ryan Fisler $76,261
  • 4th Warwick Mirzikinian $52,773
  • 5th Eric Rodawig $38,471
  • 6th Kenna James $29,473
  • 7th Steve Diano $23,669
  • 8th Allen Bari $19,880


Event 45 - $10,000 World Championship Pot Limit Hold’em

John Kabbaj has taken the 2009 Pot Limit world championship title in event 45.  The last championship event before the big one, the WSOP main event. The Englishman outlasted 275 entrants to take the $633,335 first place prize and his very first WSOP bracelet.

Final Standings

  • 1st John Kabbaj $633,335
  • 2nd Kirill Gerasimov $391,369
  • 3rd Eric ‘basebaldy’ Baldwin $259,534
  • 4th Davidi Kitai $183,638
  • 5th J.C. Alvarado $138,375
  • 6th Jason Lester $110,431
  • 7th Eugene Todd $93,085
  • 8th Isaac Haxton $82,668
  • 9th Darryll Fish $77,136

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