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Buy-In: $2,500
Prize Pool: $894,075
Entrants: 393

Event 35 - $2,500 Mixed Hold'em Limit/No-Limit

  • Jun 18, '12 - Jun 20, '12
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Updates on Final Day (Jun 20, 12)

 
 

Chris Tryba Wins Event no. 35 ($210,107)

Level: 23

No-Limit
Blinds: 10,000-20,000 with a 3,000 ante

Limit
Blinds: 20,000-40,000
Limits: 40,000-80,000

Salman Behbehani Eliminated in 3rd Place ($93,842)

Salman Behbehani

No-Limit

Chris Tryba opened the button for 40,000, Salman Behbehani reraised to 105,000 from the small blind and Tryba called the raise.

The flop came QDiamond Suit5Heart Suit3Club Suit, Behbehani bet 65,000 and Tryba called.

The turn was the 2Spade Suit, Behbehani bet 85,000 and Tryba called.

The river was the 2Heart Suit, Behbehani moved all in for about 300,000 and Tryba called.

Behbehani showed KSpade SuitQClub Suit for two pair while Tryba turned over ASpade Suit2Club Suit for trips on the river. Salman Behbehani was eliminated in 3rd place ($93,842) while Chris Tryba took the chip lead over Erik Cajelais going into heads up play.

Chris Tryba Wins Event no. 35 ($210,107)
Erik Cajelais Eliminatd in 2nd Place ($129,766)

Chris Tryba

No-Limit

Erik Cajelais opened the button for a raise and Chris Tryba called from the big blind.

The flop came QDiamond Suit9Club Suit4Spade Suit, Tryba checked, Cajelais bet 45,000 and Tryba called.

The turn was the JDiamond Suit, Tryba checked, Cajelais bet 130,000 and Tryba called.

The river was the 8Diamond Suit, Tryba bet 250,000, Cajelais moved all in and Tryba called.

Cajelais showed KHeart Suit10Spade Suit for the nut straight on the turn while Tryba turned over 10Diamond Suit9Diamond Suit for a straight flush on the river. Erik Cajelais was eliminated in 2nd place ($129,766) as Chris Tryba wins Event no. 35, taking home the $210,107 grand prize and the thirty-fifth gold bracelet of the 2012 WSOP.

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Level 22 Update: Bijgaart 4th ($68,576), Gathy 5th ($50,640), Golbuff 6th ($37,793)

Level: 22

No-Limit
Blinds: 8,000-16,000 with a 2,000 ante

Limit
Blinds: 15,000-30,000
Limits: 30,000-60,000

Players Remaining: 3 out of 393

Average Chip Count: 982,500

Chip Counts:

Seat no. 1 — Chris Tryba — 1,441,000
Seat no. 2 — Salman Behbehani — 480,000

Seat no. 6 — Erik Cajelais — 1,028,000

Players Eliminated:

Joep van den Bijgaart — 4th Place ($68,576)
Michael Gathy — 5th Place ($50,640)
Samuel Golbuff — 6th Place ($37,793)

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Samuel Golbuff Eliminated in 6th Place ($37,793)

Samuel Golbuff

Limit

Samuel Golbuff open-shoved before the flop for 44,000 and Joep van den Bijgaart called from the big blind.

Bijgaart was ahead before the flop with ASpade Suit10Club Suit against Golbuff’s AClub Suit9Diamond Suit.

The board came 8Spade Suit8Heart Suit4Diamond Suit3Heart SuitJClub Suit, offering no help to Samuel Golbuff who was eliminated in 6th place ($37,793).

Michael Gathy Eliminated in 5th Place ($50,640)

Michael Gathy

No-Limit

Salman Behbehani opened the button for 35,000, Michael Gathy moved all in for 266,000 from the small blind and Behbehani called.

Behbehani led before the flop with 6Heart Suit6Club Suit against Gathy’s QSpade SuitJHeart Suit.

The board came 10Spade Suit7Heart Suit7Diamond Suit7Club Suit4Spade Suit, offering no help to Michael Gathy who was eliminated in 5th place ($50,640).

Joep van den Bijgaart Eliminated in 4th Place ($68,576)

Limit

Erik Cajelais opened the pot for 60,000 from under the gun, Joep van den Blijgaart raised to 90,000 from the big blind, and Cajelais called.

The flop came 9Club Suit5Club Suit4Diamond Suit, Bijgaart bet 30,000, Cajelais raised to 60,000, Bijgaart three-bet all in and Cajelais called.

Cajelais was ahead on the flop with JDiamond Suit9Heart Suit for top pair against Bijgaart’s under pair with 3Heart Suit3Club Suit.

The turn and river were the 10Diamond Suit and the AClub Suit, offering no help to Joep van den Bijgaart who was eliminated in 4th place ($68,576).

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Level 21 Update: Brent Wheeler Eliminated in 7th Place ($28,494)

Level: 21

No-Limit
Blinds: 6,000-12,000 with a 2,000 ante

Limit
Blinds: 13,000-25,000
Limits: 25,000-50,000

Players Remaining: 6 out of 393

Average Chip Count: 491,250

Chip Counts:

Seat no. 1 — Chris Tryba — 610,000
Seat no. 2 — Salman Behbehani — 670,000

Seat no. 4 — Michael Gathy — 665,000
Seat no. 5 — Joep van den Bijgaart — 577,000
Seat no. 6 — Erik Cajelais — 685,000

Seat no. 8 — Samuel Golbuff — 96,000

Players Eliminated:

Brent Wheeler — 7th Place ($28,494)

Live Updates:

Brent Wheeler Eliminated in 7th Place ($28,494)

Brent Wheeler

No-Limit

Brent Wheeler entered the level on the short stack and was the next player eliminated. Samuel Golbuff opened the pot for 25,000 before the flop, Brent Wheeler moved all in for 161,000 from late position and Golbuff called.

Wheeler was all in for his tournament life and led before the flop with ASpade SuitKDiamond Suit against Golbuff’s KSpade SuitQClub Suit.

The board came 9Spade Suit9Club Suit2Club Suit7Diamond SuitQSpade Suit, giving Golbuff top pair on the river to win the pot and eliminate Brent Wheeler in 7th place ($28,494).

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Player Tags: Brent Wheeler,   Samuel Golbuff
 

Level 20 Update: Phil Ivey Eliminated in 8th Place ($21,699)

Level: 20

No-Limit
Blinds: 5,000-10,000 with a 1,000 ante

Limit
Blinds: 10,000-20,000
Limits: 20,000-40,000

Players Remaining: 7 out of 393

Average Chip Count: 421,071

Chip Counts:

Seat no. 1 — Chris Tryba — 326,000
Seat no. 2 — Salman Behbehani — 629,000

Seat no. 4 — Michael Gathy — 417,000
Seat no. 5 — Joep van den Bijgaart — 577,000
Seat no. 6 — Erik Cajelais — 685,000

Seat no. 8 — Samuel Golbuff — 180,000
Seat no. 9 — Brent Wheeler — 135,000

Players Eliminated:

Phil Ivey — 8th Place ($21,699)

Live Updates:

Phil Ivey Eliminated in 8th Place ($21,699)

No-Limit

Phil Ivey

Phil Ivey was previously crippled in a hand after Samuel Golbuff doubled through him in dramatic fashion. Ivey opened the pot, Golbuff moved all in before the flop and Ivey called.

Ivey was way ahead before the flop with 8Spade Suit8Diamond Suit against Golbuff’s 6Heart Suit2Spade Suit.

The board came 5Club Suit3Club Suit2Heart SuitKSpade Suit4Spade Suit, giving Golbuff a straight on the river to win the pot and double up. Golbuff doubled to about 340,000 that hand while Ivey was left with just 11,000 in chips.

A few hands later and Ivey moved all in for 7,000 from under the gun, Michal Gathy called from the button, Joep van den Bijgaart called from the small blind and Erik Cajelais called the big blind.

All three players checked the side pot through the river on a board of AClub Suit8Club Suit6Spade Suit9Spade Suit7Spade Suit. Ivey showed ADiamond Suit3Diamond Suit for top pair, but Cajelais turned over 7Club Suit6Heart Suit for two pair to win the pot. Phil Ivey was eliminated in 8th place ($21,699).

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Player Tags: Phil Ivey,   Erik Cajelais,   Samuel Golbuff
 

Level 19 Update: Micahel Foti Eliminated in 9th Place ($16,692)

Level: 19

No-Limit
Blinds: 4,000-8,000 with a 1,000 ante

Limit
Blinds: 8,000-15,000
Limits: 15,000-30,000

Players Remaining: 8 out of 393

Average Chip Count: 368,437

Chip Counts:

Seat no. 1 — Chris Tryba — 400,000
Seat no. 2 — Salman Behbehani — 253,000

Seat no. 4 — Michael Gathy — 355,000
Seat no. 5 — Joep van den Bijgaart — 405,000
Seat no. 6 — Erik Cajelais — 640,000
Seat no. 7 — Phil Ivey — 240,000
Seat no. 8 — Samuel Golbuff — 250,000
Seat no. 9 — Brent Wheeler — 382,000

Players Eliminated:

Michael Foti — 9th Place ($16,692)

Live Updates:

Micahel Foti Eliminated in 9th Place ($16,692)

Michael Foti

No-Limit

Michael Foti came into the final table on the short stack with just 105,000 in chips and was the first player eliminated today. Erik Cajelais opened the button to 60,000 from early position, Chris Tryba called from the cutoff, Michael Foti moved all in for 95,000 from the small blind, Cajelais reraised all in and Tryba folded.

Cajelais was ahead before the flop with KDiamond SuitQSpade Suit against Foti’s QHeart SuitJDiamond Suit.

The board came AClub Suit8Spade Suit2Spade Suit4Spade SuitQDiamond Suit, giving both players a pair of queens on the river, but Cajelais’ king-kicker played and Michael Foti was eliminated in 9th place ($16,692).

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Player Tags: Erik Cajelais,   Michael Foti
 

Action Begins, Final Table Now Underway

The final table of Event no. 35 ($2,500 Mixed Hold’em) is now underway, and Card Player will be posting level-by-level updates with all of the action, current chip counts, and prize distributions.

Day 2 ended with the elimination of of Jeremy Ausmus in 10th Place ($12,964), the final table is now set. Play will begin in Level 19 with No-Limit blinds of 4,000-8,000 with a 1,000 ante, and will continue until a winner is determined.

With cards now back in the air, here is a look at the final table and how these players match up:

Seat no. 1 — Chris Tryba — 347,000
Seat no. 2 — Salman Behbehani — 253,000
Seat no. 3 — Michael Foti — 105,000
Seat no. 4 — Michael Gathy — 418,000
Seat no. 5 — Joep van den Bijgaart — 605,000
Seat no. 6 — Erik Cajelais — 368,000
Seat no. 7 — Phil Ivey — 169,000
Seat no. 8 — Samuel Golbuff — 526,000
Seat no. 9 — Brent Wheeler — 158,000

While only 9 remain, this event gathered 393 players, creating a total prize pool of $894,075. Here is a look at the final payouts:

1st Place — $210,107
2nd Place — $129,766
3rd Place — $93,842
4th Place — $68,576
5th Place — $50,640
6th Place — $37,793
7th Place — $28,494
8th Place — $21,699
9th Place — $16,692

Be sure to check back with Card Player at the conclusion of each level for regular updates with all of the action, current chip counts, and prize distributions.

 
 

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