Live Events 1
Event 11 - $5000 Seven Card Stud
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123
Event 11 - $5000 Seven Card Stud
Day 2 completed

Final Table Chipcounts and Seating Assignments

[user24788]
The final table for Event #11 $5,000 Seven-card Stud World Championship will start at 3pm on Friday.

Here are the final table chipcounts:
1. David Oppenheim - 609,000
2. Phil Ivey - 322,000
3. Pat Pezzin - 234,000
4. Theo Jorgensen - 229,000
5. Oriane Teysseire - 195,000
6. Chris Reslock - 141,000
7. Ted Lawson - 90,000
8. Marco Traniello - 30,000

Final Table Seating Assignments:
Seat 1: Theo Jorgensen - 229,000
Seat 2: Marco Traniello - 30,000
Seat 3: Ted Lawson - 90,000
Seat 4: Phil Ivey - 322,000
Seat 5: Chris Reslock - 141,000
Seat 6: David Oppenheim - 609,000
Seat 7: Pat Pezzin - 234,000
Seat 8: Oriane Teysseire - 195,000

Final Table Payouts:
1 - $258,453
2 - $143,820
3 - $93,060
4 - $61,335
5 - $46,530
6 - $35,532
7 - $27,072
8 - $19,458

Mike Wattel Eliminated in 9th Place ($13,536)

[user24788]
Wattel had two pair -- 8s and 9s -- and was all in on 4th street. Theo Jorgensen flipped over trips. Wattel could not improve and he headed to the rail in 9th place.

We are done for the night. There are eight players left.

Traniello on the Ropes

[user24788]
Marco Traniello is down to 32K. He has the uber-aggressive David Oppenheim to his right who has been using his monster stack to his advantage by pounding the blinds and raising nearly every single pot.

Traniello has to make a stand soon either to double up or go home.

Ivey Flushes Jorgensen

[user24788]
Theo Jorgensen: {K-Diamonds}{J-Spades}{8-Spades}{5-Diamonds}
Phil Ivey: {4-Diamonds}{7-Diamonds}{Q-Diamonds}{8-Diamonds}

Ivey bet all the way to 7th street and Jorgensen called him everytime, even on the river with four diamonds showing. Ivey flipped over {A-Diamonds}{5-Spades}{5-Clubs}. Jorgensen mucked.

David Oppenheim was watching the hand and asked, "Did you catch that on the river?"

Ivey gave him a standard blank stare and didn't answer the question as he stacked up Jorgensen's chips.
Level:
19
Blinds:
15,000/30,000
Ante:
3,000

Rolled Up Aces Lose to a Flush

[user24788]
Pat Pezzin jammed the pot all the way to the river with {A-Hearts}{10-Spades}{5-Clubs}{6-Clubs} because he had rolled up Aces. Unfortunately, Theo Jorgensen rivered a flush to scoop the pot.

Oppenheim Pounding the Blinds

[user24788]
David Oppenheim went from 310K to 460K in the last ten minutes as he turned up the heat. He pounded the blinds and stole several pots pre-flop and on 4th street.