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Buy-In: $5,000
Prize Pool: $1,224,850
Entrants: 262

CPPT Venetian $5,000 Main Event

  • Jul 13, '13 - Jul 17, '13
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Updates on Final Day (Jul 17, 13)

 
 

Allyn Jaffrey Shulman Wins CPPT Venetian Main Event ($293,966)

Allyn Jaffrey ShulmanCongratulations to Allyn Jaffrey Shulman, winner of the Card Player Poker Tour Venetian Deep Stack Extravaganza III main event.

Shulman came into the final table in fourth place and managed to chip her way up to the top of the leader board. For the victory, she earns $293,966, the second largest score of her career.

In 2012, Shulman earned her first bracelet by winning the WSOP Seniors Championship for $603,713. She now has $1.236 million in career earnings and is ranked 19th all time among women in tournament earnings.

Player Tags: Allyn Shulman
 

Alex Condon Eliminated in 2nd Place ($181,278)

Alex CondonOn a flop of 7Club Suit2Club Suit2Heart Suit, Alex Condon bet 190,000 and Allyn Jaffrey Shulman raised to 500,000. Condon called and the turn was the JClub Suit.

Shulman bet 675,000 and Condon thought for over two minutes, counting out his stack several times, before moving all in for an additional 1,055,000. Shulman called and tabled JSpade Suit 8Club Suit for top pair and Condon revealed ADiamond SuitQClub Suit

Condon needed an ace, queen or club on the river to double through, but the river was the 8Spade Suit, eliminating Condon in second place. He earns $181,278.

Player Tags: Allyn Shulman,   Alex Condon
 

Condon Chips Up

Condon raised to 80,000 on the button and Shulman called. The flop was JClub Suit10Club Suit4Spade Suit and Shulman led for 100,000. Condon called and the turn was the 8Diamond Suit.

Shulman bet 150,000 and Condon called. The river was the 9Heart Suit and Shulman bet 200,000. Condon called and Shulman turned over 6Diamond Suit4Club Suit.

Condon revealed a better KHeart Suit10Diamond Suit and took the pot, increasing his stack to 2.35 million.

 

Level 26

The players have returned from the break to increased blinds of 20,000-40,000 with a 5,000 ante.

 

Break

The players are now on a break. Here is a look at the updated chip counts.

Player Name Chip Count
Allyn Jaffrey Shulman 4,445,000
Alex Condon 2,105,000
 

Condon Gets Some Back

Condon raised to 60,000 on the button and Shulman called. The flop was JSpade Suit 8Diamond Suit 3Heart Suit and Shulman bet 75,000. Condon raised to 180,000 and Shulman called.

The turn was the 2Club Suit and both players checked. The river was the 7Club Suit and Shulman bet 125,000. Condon called tabling QHeart Suit 7Spade Suit for a rivered pair.

Shulman showed QSpade Suit9Heart Suit for a busted straight draw and Condon took the pot. After a winning a few pots, he is now back up to 2.1 million.

 

Shulman Flops a Set

Allyn Jaffrey Shulman raised to 60,000 on the button and Alex Condon reraised to 180,000. Shulman called and the flop fell KClub Suit4Club Suit3Club Suit.

Condon bet 144,000 and Shulman quickly raised to 500,000. A frustrated Condon folded and Shulman was kind enough to show down 3Spade Suit3Diamond Suit for a set.

Condon now has 1.55 million while Shulman has a big lead with 5 million.

 

Shulman Pulls Ahead

On a board of ADiamond Suit 10Spade Suit 8Spade Suit JClub Suit with 1.2 million in the pot, a dejected Alex Condon watched as Allyn Jaffrey Shulman put in a double fisted bet of 1 million.

Condon mucked and Shulman raked in the monster pot. She now has 4.55 million to Condon’s 2 million.

 

Shulman Draws Even With Condon

The pots thus far have been small, but Allyn Jaffrey Shulman has won slightly more of them and has drawn even with 3,275,000.

 

Heads Up Chip Counts

Rank Player Name Chip Count
1 Alex Condon 3,550,000
2 Allyn Jaffrey Shulman 3,000,000
 
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