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Buy-In: $1,500 + $90
Prize Pool: $350,655
Entrants: 241

No-Limit Hold'em Event 22

  • Jul 02, '07 - Jul 03, '07


Updates on Final Day (Jul 03, 07)


Art Duncan Wins Event #22 ($145,805)

Art Duncan raises to $32,000 and Peter Nifakos raises all in.  Both player's stacks are similar and deep so it's a tough decision for Duncan.  Duncan decides to make the call, showing pocket Deuces.  Nifakos shows A-J and we're racing.  The board comes 9-8-8-Q-4, and Nifakos is left with only $45,000 in chips. 

Shortly after, Nifakos shoves his remaining chips in the pot with 7-2 offsuit.  Duncan calls with 9-8 and the board comes Q-10-3-8-4, giving Duncan the bracelet, $145,805 and the $25,000 seat into the WPT Championship.  For his second place finish, Nifakos will take home $71,535. 

Mickey Wernick Eliminated in 3rd Place ($35,765)

On a flop of Q J 6 2, Mickey Wernick moves all in and Art Duncan makes the call showing A A.  Wernick shows Q 8.  The river is the 9 and Wernick is our third place finisher.  

Level Up

The blinds have been raised to $6,000-$12,000 with a $2,000 ante. 

Pat Madden Eliminated in 4th Place ($19,530)

Pat Madden gets it all in against Art Duncan.  Madden shows K J and Duncan shows A A.  The board came 10 8 2 K 3, and Madden is our fourth place finisher.  

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Set Over Set

On a board of A Q 6 2, Art Duncan and Peter Nifakos get it all in.  Duncan shows pocket Aces and Nifakos shows pocket Queens.  The board bricks out and Duncan doubes up.

Level Up

The blinds are being raised to $3,000-$6,000 with a $1,000 ante. 

Tuan Nguyen Eliminated in 5th Place ($14,630)

On a board of Q 9 8 2, Tuan Nguyen pushed all in and is called by Peter Nifakos.  Nguyen showed Q 8, but Nifakos has the K 5.  The river is the 5  and Nguyen is our fifth place finisher.  

Level Up

The blinds have been raised to $2,000-$4,000 with a $500 ante. 

Christopher Andler Eliminated in 6th Place ($11,380)

On a flop of J 4 3, Christopher Andler moves in for $42,500.  Peter  Nifakos goes into the tank and decides to call.  Andler shows Q J and Nifakos shows Q 8.  The turn and the river come 4 10, and Andler is our sixth place finisher.  
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