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Event #24: $5,000 No-Limit Hold'em Shootout
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Tens for Goehring

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Alan Goehring has managed to find a double in his heads-up battle against Adam Junglen for his last 125,500.

Goehring: {10-Spades}{10-Hearts}
Junglen: {K-Hearts}{7-Clubs}

The {9-Diamonds}{7-Spades}{4-Hearts}{J-Diamonds}{A-Hearts} board would ensure Goehring's pocket pair hold true as he doubled through to 251,000 while Junglen slipped to just under 350,000 in chips.

Adam Junglen us
Adam Junglen
us 349,000 -146,000
Alan Goehring us
Alan Goehring
us 251,000 146,000

Tags: Adam JunglenAlan Goehring

Jeff Williams Eliminated in 32nd Place ($13,368)

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Jeff Williams found himself all in for his last 92,000 against JP Kelly.

Williams: {8-Diamonds}{8-Clubs}
Kelly: {9-Hearts}{9-Clubs}

Unfortunately for Williams, the board ran out {2-Spades}{6-Hearts}{4-Spades}{10-Diamonds}{K-Diamonds} to see Williams unable to snag a third eight and be forced to the cashier to collect his $13,368 payday.

Kelly and Tom Marchese are now heads-up with the chips evenly split at 300,000 a piece.

Tags: Jeff WilliamsJP Kelly

Chris Klodnicki Eliminated in 33rd Place ($13,368)

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Chris Klodnicki has just been eliminated from the tournament.

Klodnicki was all in preflop holding {10-}{10-} against JP Kelly's {A-}{Q-}, and once Kelly snagged both an ace and a queen, Klodnicki was left crippled.

A few hands later, Klodnicki was sent to the rail in 33rd place leaving his table three-handed.

Tags: Chris KlodnickiJP Kelly

Matthew Berkey Eliminated in 34th Place ($13,368)

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Both Matthew Berkey and Sean Getzwiller got in a preflop clash with both players having the same 63,200-chip stack.

Berkey: {A-Diamonds}{Q-Clubs}
Getzwiller: {10-Diamonds}{9-Diamonds}

The {10-Spades}{7-Hearts}{K-Diamonds} flop gave Getzwiller the lead, but left Berkey with outs to a pair or a straight draw. The {8-Spades} on the turn changed little, and when the {7-Diamonds} landed on the river, Berkey was headed to the rail in 34th place as Getzwiller moves to 130,000 in chips and is now heads up against Ben Tollerene.

Tags: Matthew BerkeySean GetzwillerBen Tollerene

Chris DeMaci Eliminated in 36th Place ($13,368)

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Chris DeMaci - 36th Place
Chris DeMaci - 36th Place

In a battle of the blinds, both Chris DeMaci and Alan Geohring saw a {8-}{9-}{9-} flop. When the {k-} landed on the turn however, the remainder of DeMaci's chips entered the pot.

DeMaci: {A-}{K-}
Goehring: {A-}{9-}

There would be no river saviour for DeMaci as he was forced to the rail in 36th place for a $13, 368 payday while both Goehring and Adam Junglen are now playing heads up.

Tags: Alan GoehringChris DeMaci

Tommy Vedes Eliminated in 37th Place ($13,368)

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Tommy Vedes - 37th Place
Tommy Vedes - 37th Place

Tommy Vedes opened to 6,000 from under the gun only to have Scott Baumstein jam all in from the big blind. Vedes made the call for roughly his last 45,000 as the cards were tabled.

Vedes: {A-}{10-}
Baumstein: {A-Spades}{J-Spades}

Although an ace dropped on the board, Vedes would be unable to spike his ten and be forced to the rail in 37th place.

Tags: Scott BaumsteinTommy Vedes

Frey Doubles Through Seidel

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On a flop reading {10-Hearts}{9-Hearts}{K-Clubs}, Kyle Frey fired a 14,500 bet from the small blind into Erik Seidel, who was on the button. Seidel responded by raising to 75,000 and Frey wasted little time announcing he was all-in. Seidel called.

Seidel: {A-Spades}{10-Spades}
Frey: {A-Clubs}{K-Diamonds}

The {Q-Diamonds} turn and {8-Spades} river left Seidel second-best, doubling Frey up to 210,000 and knocking Seidel down to 110,000.

Kyle Frey us
Kyle Frey
us 210,000 60,000
Erik Seidel us
Erik Seidel
us 11,000 -169,000

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Junglen Jack'd to 500k

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Adam Junglen finds massive double
Adam Junglen finds massive double

Adam Junglen opened his button only to have Chris DeMaci three-bet to 20,600 from the big blind.

With the action back on Junglen, he made it 54,400 to go only to have DeMaci respond by moving all in for in-excess of 300,000. Junglen made the call for his 245,000 as the cards were placed on their backs.

DeMaci: {A-Diamonds}{10-Clubs}
Junglen: {J-Hearts}{J-Spades}

The {Q-Hearts}{6-Diamonds}{8-Clubs} flop changed little, but when the {A-Hearts} landed on the turn, DeMaci took a massive lead in the hand.

The poker gods however would be on Junglen's side as the river smacked the {j-Diamonds} to send Junglen soaring to 495,000 as DeMaci slips to 52,000 in chips.

Tags: Adam JunglenChris DeMaci