Paul McKinney has just eliminated Bob Hume to earn the title of World Series Champion. Bob Hume was eliminated in 2nd place, earning him $106,230. McKinney will take home $202,725 and a World Series of Poker gold bracelet. Hume made it $50,000 to go and McKinney quickly called out "all in". Hume called and showed Ac-4c. McKinney turned over A-J. The board A-Q-2-Q-3. Hume couldn't find his flush and McKinney's Jack played to eliminated Hume in 2nd place. Paul McKinney is your 2005 $1,000 Seniors No Limit Hold'em World Series Champion.
Players Take a Break
Posted: Sun, Jul 03, 05, 7:23 PM
While the players are taking a much needed bathroom break, the official chip counts are as follows:
Paul McKinney- $591,000
Bob Hume- $249,000
Current Chip Counts
Posted: Sun, Jul 03, 05, 7:15 PM
The current chip counts are as follows:
Paul McKinney- $584,000
Bob Hume- $241,000
Heads Up Play Continues
Posted: Sun, Jul 03, 05, 7:01 PM
Paul McKinney and Bob Hume are entering their third hour of heads up play. Hume is relatively short stacked, sitting on about $130,000 in chips.
Posted: Sun, Jul 03, 05, 6:41 PM
The blinds have increased to $10,000-$20,000 with a $3,000 ante. Both Paul McKinney and Bob Hume are playing very tight, neither player wanting to budge an inch. The current approximate chip counts are as follows:
Paul McKinney- $490,000
Bob Hume- $340,000
Updated Chip Count
Posted: Sun, Jul 03, 05, 6:11 PM
With 27 minutes left in this level, here are the current chip counts:
Paul McKinney- $498,000
Bob Hume- $300,000
Posted: Sun, Jul 03, 05, 5:56 PM
Both Paul McKinney and Bob Hume have held the chip lead numerous times in this heads up battle. Currently, both players are seperated by less than $50,000 in chips.
Bob Hume Doubles Up
Posted: Sun, Jul 03, 05, 5:42 PM
Bob Hume just doubled up and became the chip leader. McKinney pushed all in and was called by Bob Hume. McKinney showed 9-8 and Hume turned over A-Q. The flop came A-7-2, the turn was a King and the river was a Jack. Hume's pair of Aces won him $223,000 and he is now our chip leader. Here are the current chip counts:
Bob Hume- $446,000
Paul McKinney- $352,000
Players Take a Break
Posted: Sun, Jul 03, 05, 5:27 PM
The players are taking a break between levels. When they return the ante will remain at $2,000 but the blinds will increase to $8,000-$16,000.
Updated Chip Counts
Posted: Sun, Jul 03, 05, 5:23 PM
With two players remaining in the Seniors No Limit Hold'em event, here are the current chip counts:
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