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Buy-In: $9,700 + $300
Prize Pool: $2,907,381
Entrants: 309

No-Limit Hold'em Championship Event 10

  • May 19, '07 - May 23, '07
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Updates on Final Day (May 23, 07)

 
 

Blinds Are Up

The blinds are now $50,000-$100,000 with a $10,000 ante.
 

Hands 94-99

Hand 94: Cory Carroll raises to $180,000 and Jonathan Little calls. The flop comes J33 and Little bets $250,000. Carroll folds.

Hand 95: Jonathan Little raises to $175,000 and Cory Carroll reraises $350,000 more. Little folds.

Hand 96: Cory Carroll raises to $180,000 and Jonathan Little folds.

Hand 97: Jonathan Little raises to $180,000 and Cory Carroll folds.

Hand 98: Cory Carroll raises to $180,000 and Jonathan Little folds.

Hand 99: Jonathan Little limps and Cory Carroll checks. The flop comes K54 and Carroll bets $75,000. Little raises to $300,000 and Carroll folds.
 

Heads-Up Play

We are down to the final two in the Mirage Poker Showdown Championship event.  Cory Carroll and Jon Little are almost equal in chips, we are awaiting the money presentation then play will resume.  

Chip Counts:

Jon Little: $3,050,000
Cory Carroll: $3,125,000
 

Hands 91-93 Darrell Dicken Eliminated in 3rd place ($259,369)

Hand 91: Darrell Dicken moves all in from the small blind and little folds.

Hand 92: Little raises to $180,000 from the small blind and Carroll calls.  The flop comes A105, Little bets $250,000 and Carroll folds.

Hand 93:  Cory Carroll calls from the small blind and Dicken checks.  The flop comes K42, Carroll bets $100,000 and Dicken moves all in with 53.  Carroll insta-calls with KJ and the next two cards come 97.  Dicken fails to hit his straight draw and is eliminated third for $259,369.  
 

Hands 88-90: Carroll Doubles Through Dicken

Hand 88: Cory Carroll bets $160,000 from the button. Darrell Dicken calls and the flop comes A54. Both checks and the turn is the 3. Dicken bets $200,000 and Carroll folds.

Hand 89: Darrel lDicken raises to $180,000 and Jonathan Little moves all in. Dicken folds.

Hand 90: Cory Carroll limps and Darrell Dicken checks. The flop comes K108. Both players check. The 7 hits on the turn and Carroll bets $80,000. Dicken raises to $240,000 and Carroll moves all in. Dicken calls and Carroll shows 96. Dicken shows 87. The river card is the 9. Carroll doubles up. Carroll was all in for $1,460,000.
 

Hand 85 - 87

Hand 85:  On a board of 866 Darrell dicken bets 80k and Jon little calls.  The turn is the 7,  Dicken moves all in and little calls for his last  $535,000.  Little tables 108 and Dicken shows 75.  The river is the K, Dicken fails to improve  little doubles up. 

Hand 86:  Dicken raises to $180,000 and takes the pot.

Hand 87:  Little raises $175,000 and Carroll reraises to $550,000.  Dicken folds and Little moves all in with AJ.  Cory calls with KQ.  The board comes 108552, and Little doubles up again.  Little was all in for 1,188,000.  
 

Hands 81-84

Hand 81: Cory Carroll calls and Darrell Dicken checks. The flop comes A32 and both players check. The turn is the Q and Dicken bets $75,000. Carroll calls and the river is the 9. Carroll checks and Dicken bets $200,000. Carroll calls and Dicken mucks.

Hand 82: Darrell Dicken raises to $180,000 and everyone folds.

Hand 83: Darrell Dicken limps and Jonathan Little does the same. Carroll checks and the flop comes J52. Everyone checks and the 4 falls on the turn. Little bets $125,000 and Carroll raises $150,000 more. Little moves all in and Carroll asks for a count. Little has moved in for his last $490,000. Carroll calls and flips over J-10, Little also shows J-10! The river is the 9 and they chop up the pot.

Hand 84: Jonathan Little raises to $175,000. Darrell Dicken moves all in and Little folds.
 

They're Back

The players are back in their seats and play has resumed. Over the break, the new hostess of the WPT, Layla Kayleigh, was conducting some trivia with the crowd.
 

Break Time

The players are on a fifteen minute break.
 

Hand 80

Hand 80: Darrell Dicken mucks and Jonathan Little moves all in. Carroll calls.
 
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