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Buy-In: $1,500
Prize Pool: $652,470
Entrants: 478

Event 10 - Seven Card Stud

  • Jul 05, '06 - Jul 07, '06
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Updates on Final Day (Jul 07, 06)

 
 

David Williams Wins $1,500 Seven-Card Stud

John Hoang raises on the bring in with the 4club showing and David Williams calls with the Kspade.  Hoang receives the 5spade and 9diamond face up, and pushes all in.  Williams, with the 3heart and 4club showing, calls.  Hoang flips over the Adiamond diamond8spade and Williams shows the 6spade4spade, giving him a pair of fours.  Sixth street brings the 3club for Hoang and the Jdiamond for Wiliiams.  On seventh, Williams immediately flips over the 8heart, then runs over to Hoang as he shows the 10spade.  Williams eliminates Hoang ($110,920).

Williams wins his first WSOP bracelet and a $163,189 cash prize

 

Updated Chip Count

The updated chip count is:

David Williams   $675,000

John Hoang       $40,000

 

John Hoang Doubles...Twice

John Hoang doubles up twice through David Williams.  On the first all in, Hoang spiked a jack on 7th street to beat Williams' ace high, and on the second all in, Hoang made two pair, queens and kings, to defeat Williams' pair of kings.  Hoang now has over $100,000 in chips.
 

Blinds Increase

Players are now in Level 21, with $3,000 blinds, $3,000 bring in's, and $8,000 completions.
 

Updated Chip Count

The updated chip count is:

David Williams   $675,000

John Hoang       $42,000

 

Quick Break

The players have decided to skip dinner break and just take a quick 10-minute break.
 

Updated Chip Count

The updated chip count is:

David Williams   $637,000

John Hoang       $80,000

 

John Hoang Doubles Up

John Hoang has just doubled up after getting all his chips in on 6th street and David Williams just mucked his cards after 7th street.  Williams stated he had a flush and straight draw and missed both.
 

David Williams Pulls Away

David Williams just raked a large pot from John Hoang that has knocked Hoang all the way down to around $40,000 chips.
 

David Williams Takes A Big Pot

David Williams and John Hoang build a pot all the way to 7th street.  Williams shows two pair, kings and dueces, and Hoang mucks his hand.  Williams rakes a pot of around $100,000 and Hoang is down to $121,000 chips.
 
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