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Monday, April 3, 2017

Rami Owera Wins Event #16 $2,200 NLH Main Event ($76,356)

Rami Owera - Winner Event #16 - $76,356

Level: 25
Blinds: 15,000/30,000
Ante: 5,000
Number of Entries: 247
Current Players Remaining: 2
Average Chip Stack: 3,705,000
Feature Table Live Stream Link: https://www.twitch.tv/foxwoodspoker
Prizepool Information: http://bit.ly/2oqodUj

Rami Owera has just defeated Soukha Kachittavong heads up in Event #16. Owera takes home $76,356 and the Foxwoods Main Event trophy.

Event #16 ($2,200 NLH Main Event) - Soukha Kachittavong Eliminated in 2nd Place ($73,132) By Rami Owera

Soukha Kachittavong - 2nd Place - $73,132

Level: 25
Blinds: 15,000/30,000
Ante: 5,000
Number of Entries: 247
Current Players Remaining: 2
Average Chip Stack: 3,705,000
Feature Table Live Stream Link: https://www.twitch.tv/foxwoodspoker
Prizepool Information: http://bit.ly/2oqodUj

Soukha Kachittavong is all in on the button holding A3♠, and has been called by Rami Owera holding J10.

The flop comes 983♣, giving Owera an open-ended straight draw.  The 7♣ turn brings in that straight, and Kachittavong stands up and shakes Owera's hand as the river comes the 6.

Rami Owera - Winner Event #16 ($76,356)
Soukha Kachittavong - Eliminated in second place, $73,132

Event #16 ($2,200 NLH Main Event) - Brad St. Vincent Eliminated in 3rd Place ($81,716) By Rami Owera


Brad St. Vincent - 3rd Place - $81,716
Level: 25
Blinds: 15,000/30,000
Ante: 5,000
Number of Entries: 247
Current Players Remaining: 2
Average Chip Stack: 3,705,000
Feature Table Live Stream Link: https://www.twitch.tv/foxwoodspoker
Prizepool Information: http://bit.ly/2oqodUj

There was around 400,000 in the middle and the board read 5♠4♠3K8♣ when Rami Owera shoved all in. Brad St. Vincent tanked for nearly three minutes before he tossed in a chip to call.

"King?" St. Vincent asked Owera.  Owera showed K6♣.

St. Vincent showed Q5, and his 1,200,000 chip stack was passed over to Owera.

Rami Owera - 8,000,000 (266 bb)
Brad St. Vincent - Eliminated in 3rd place, $81,716

Event #16 ($2,200 NLH Main Event) - Soukha Kachittavong Doubles Through Brad St. Vincent

Level: 25
Blinds: 15,000/30,000
Ante: 5,000
Number of Entries: 247
Current Players Remaining: 3
Average Chip Stack: 2,470,000
Feature Table Live Stream Link: https://www.twitch.tv/foxwoodspoker
Prizepool Information: http://bit.ly/2oqodUj

There's around 250,000 in the middle and two players looking at the J10♣7 flop.  Soukha Kachittavong and Brad St. Vincent have moved all of their chips into the middle, and are holding the following cards:

Kachittavong: 109 (pair of tens and a flush draw)
St. Vincent: A♣J♣

The Q turn brought the flush for Kachittavong, and the 6♣ river became inconsequential.

"You could have at least given me a sweat on the turn," St. Vincent says to the dealer.

"Maybe someday I will win a flip against Soukha," St. Vincent says with a smile, "And when I do, I'm sure it will be a small pot."

Soukha Kachittavong - 3,300,000 (110 bb)
Brad St. Vincent - 1,500,000 (50 bb)

Event #16 ($2,200 NLH Main Event) - Chop Deal

Level: 25
Blinds: 15,000/30,000
Ante: 5,000
Number of Entries: 247
Current Players Remaining: 3
Average Chip Stack: 2,470,000
Feature Table Live Stream Link: https://www.twitch.tv/foxwoodspoker
Prizepool Information: http://bit.ly/2oqodUj

The final three players have come to an equity chip chop as follows:

1st Place - Brad St. Vincent - $81,716
2nd Place - Rami Owera - $76,356
3rd Place - Soukha Kachittavong - $73,133

They will now play it out for the trophy.

Event #16 ($2,200 NLH Main Event) - Benny Bianco Eliminated in 4th Place ($36,418) By Soukha Kachittavong

Benny Bianco - 4th Place - $36,418

Level: 24
Blinds: 12,000/24,000
Ante: 4,000
Number of Entries: 247
Current Players Remaining: 3
Average Chip Stack: 2,470,000
Feature Table Live Stream Link: https://www.twitch.tv/foxwoodspoker
Prizepool Information: http://bit.ly/2oqodUj

Benny Bianco was just eliminated from play by Soukha Kachittavong. Kachittavong turned a set of queens against Bianco's flopped pair of aces, and Bianco was eliminated in 4th place.

The remaining three players are now working on a chop deal.

Jose Reyes Wins Event #19 $5,000 High Roller ($24,354)

Jose Reyes - Winner Event #19 - $24,354
Level: 17
Blinds: 4,000/8,000
Ante: 1,000
Number of Entries: 10
Current Players Remaining: 2
Average Chip Stack: 249,999
Prizepool Information: http://bit.ly/2oRo5Kp

Moments ago, Jose Reyes defeated poker pro David Stefanski heads up in the $5,000 High Roller event.  Reyes takes home $24,354, along with the Foxwoods trophy.  

Event #19 ($5,000 High Roller) - David Stefanski Eliminated in 2nd Place ($16,236)

David Stefanski - 2nd Place - $16,236

Level: 17
Blinds: 4,000/8,000
Ante: 1,000
Number of Entries: 10
Current Players Remaining: 2
Average Chip Stack: 249,999
Prizepool Information: http://bit.ly/2oRo5Kp

Facing a raise from Jose Reyes on the button, David Stefanski shoved all in for slightly less than Reyes, and Reyes quickly called.

Reyes: AQ♣
Stefanski: A6

"Come onnnnn hearts," Stefanski says, just before the flop comes 5♠2♣3.

"Four-ball," Stefanski says, but it's the J♠ on the turn.

Unfortunately for Stefanski, the 9. does not improve his hand, and he is eliminated in 2nd place, taking home $16,236.

Jose Reyes - Winner Event #19 ($24,354)
David Stefanski - Eliminated in 2nd place, for $16,236

Event #19 ($5,000 High Roller) - Bob Borkowski Eliminated in 3rd Place ($5,000) By David Stefanski


Level: 16
Blinds: 3,000/6,000
Ante: 1,000
Number of Entries: 10
Current Players Remaining: 2
Average Chip Stack: 249,999
Prizepool Information: http://bit.ly/2oRo5Kp

After many hours of three handed play, the final three players agreed to adjust the payouts slightly so that 3rd place will make their $5,000 back.

Bob Borkowski was just eliminated in 3rd. He shoved all in preflop and both players called.

David Stefanski and Jose Reyes both checked the Q9♠8♣ flop and the 8♠ turn. When the river came the 3 Stefanski bet, and Reyes folded.

Borkowski showed 7♣7, but Stefanski took the pot with A♣4.

David Stefanski - 170,000 (28 bb)
Bob Borkowski - Eliminated in 3rd place, for $5,000

Event #16 ($2,200 NLH Main Event) - Kenneth Rawlinson Eliminated in 5th Place ($28,271) By Brad St. Vincent

Kenneth Rawlinson - 5th Place - $28,271

Level: 24
Blinds: 12,000/24,000
Ante: 4,000
Number of Entries: 247
Current Players Remaining: 4
Average Chip Stack: 1,852,500
Feature Table Live Stream Link: https://www.twitch.tv/foxwoodspoker
Prizepool Information: http://bit.ly/2oqodUj

Kenneth Rawlinson shoves all in on the button, and Brad St. Vincent reshoves for around the same stack in the small blind.  Rami Owera asks for approx. counts, and Rawlinson tells him that he has around 640,000, and St. Vincent says, "Around the same, less than 700."  Owera thinks for a few more seconds and then says, "I have been running good," but mucks his cards.

Rawlinson: 2♣2♠
St. Vincent: Q♣Q

The board runs out A♣98109 awarding St. Vincent the pot, and eliminating Rawlinson in 5th place.

Brad St. Vincent - 1,400,000 (58 bb)
Kenneth Rawlinson - Eliminated in 5th place, for $28,271

Event #20 ($300 NLH Big Stack) - Prizepool Information

There were a total of 184 entries in today's $300 No-Limit Hold'em Big Stack event, generating a prizepool of $46,405. The top 21 places will make the money, with first place taking home $11,718.

Here is a look at the prizepool breakdown:

1$11,718
2$7,541
3$4,779
4$3,829
5$2,900
6$2,297
7$1,856
8$1,508
9$1,211
10-12$835
13-15$742
16-18$696
19-21$649

Event #16 ($2,200 NLH Main Event) - Second Break

**BREAK TIME**
Number of Entries: 247
Current Players Remaining: 5
Average Chip Stack: 1,482,000
Feature Table Live Stream Link: https://www.twitch.tv/foxwoodspoker
Prizepool Information: http://bit.ly/2oqodUj

The final five players are now on their second 15 minute break of the day. They will return to play Level 24 with 12,000/24,000 blinds and a 4,000 ante. The average upon return from the break will be 1,482,000.

Here is a look at the final five players stacks heading into break:

Rami Owera - 3,525,000
Benny Bianco - 1,100,000
Soukha Kachittavong - 950,000
Kenneth Rawlinson - 460,000
Brad St. Vincent - 1,525,000

Event #18 ($300 NLH Feezeout) - Results

Rohan Long - Winner Event #18 ($300 NLH Freezeout) - $5,964

1st - Rohan Long - $5,964
2nd - William Frederick - $4,100
3rd - Gerrald Gaumond - $4,100
4th - Dennis Laurence - $3,500
5th -Steven Checca - $3,500
6th - Derek Chin - $1,568
7th - Thomas Welch - $1,287
8th - William Kirinsky - $1,036
9th - Thomas Welch Jr. - $842
10th - Stephen Hemsworth - $699
11th - David Leiter - $699
12th - Lowell Kim - $699

Event #16 ($2,200 NLH Main Event) - Tou Kue Eliminated in 6th Place ($22,522) By Rami Owera

Tou Kue - 6th Place - $22,522

Level: 23
Blinds: 10,000/20,000
Ante: 3,000
Number of Entries: 247
Current Players Remaining: 5
Average Chip Stack: 1,482,000
Feature Table Live Stream Link: https://www.twitch.tv/foxwoodspoker
Prizepool Information: http://bit.ly/2oqodUj

Tou Kue just shoved all in holding A♠4♣ and Rami Owera called holding 66.

The board ran out 97♠345♠, awarding Owera the pot with his straight, and eliminating Kue in 6th place.

Rami Owera - 3,100,000 (155 bb)
Tou Kue - Eliminated in 6th place, for $22,522

Event #16 ($2,200 NLH Main Event) - Gary Lucci Eliminated in 7th Place ($18,208) By Brad St. Vincent

Gary Lucci - 7th Place - $18,208
Level: 23
Blinds: 10,000/20,000
Ante: 3,000
Number of Entries: 247
Current Players Remaining: 6
Average Chip Stack: 1,235,000
Feature Table Live Stream Link: https://www.twitch.tv/foxwoodspoker
Prizepool Information: http://bit.ly/2oqodUj

There are two players looking at the 73♣2♣ flop. Gary Lucci checks in the big blind, and Brad St. Vincent bets 51,000 in the cutoff.  Lucci quickly moves all in for around 570,000, and St. Vincent goes into the tank.

St. Vincent counts out the chips to call, hangs his head down, and thinks for nearly three minutes. He lifts his head, looks at the pot, and moves the chips forward to call.

Lucci: 75 (pair of sevens with a five kicker)
St. Vincent: 7♣6♠ (pair of sevens with a six kicker)

The q♣ on the turn does not change the hand, but the 6♣ on the river gives St. Vincent a flush to win the hand and eliminate Lucci in 7th place.

"Very nice playing with you, Sir," table mate Kenneth Rawlinson says to Lucci as he is gathering his belongings, "You made things very interesting."

Brad St. Vincent - 1,500,000 (75 bb)
Gary Lucci - Eliminated in 7th place, for $18,208

Event #16 ($2,200 NLH Main Event) - Solomon Yi Eliminated in 8th Place ($14,650) By Rami Owera

Solomon Yi - 8th Place - $14,650
Level: 23
Blinds: 10,000/20,000
Ante: 3,000
Number of Entries: 247
Current Players Remaining: 7
Average Chip Stack: 1,058,571
Feature Table Live Stream Link: https://www.twitch.tv/foxwoodspoker
Prizepool Information: http://bit.ly/2oqodUj

Solomon Yi was just eliminated after shoving all in with the nut straight holding QJ♠ when the board read A♠K♠10♠. Rami Owera called with top two, holding A♣K.

Yi was safe when the turn came the 7♣, but the A river gave Owera a full house to win the hand, and eliminate Yi in 8th place.

Rami Owera - 2,600,000 (130 bb)
Solomon Yi - Eliminated in 8th place, for $14,650

Event #16 ($2,200 NLH Main Event) - Tarun Gulati Eliminated in 9th Place ($11,508) By Gary Lucci

Tarun Gulati - 9th Place - $11,508

Level: 22
Blinds: 8,000/16,000
Ante: 2,000
Number of Entries: 247
Current Players Remaining: 8
Average Chip Stack: 926,250
Feature Table Live Stream Link: https://www.twitch.tv/foxwoodspoker
Prizepool Information: http://bit.ly/2oqodUj

Tarun Gulati shoves all in from under the gun for 71,000, and Gary Lucci calls on the button. Both blinds fold, and the players table their hands.

Gulati: A♣7♠
Lucci: AJ

The flop comes Q108 leaving Lucci in the lead with his ace jack high.

The 6♣ turn and K river do not improve Gulati's hand, and he is eliminated in 9th place.

"Good time to go on a little run," Benny Bianco says to Lucci as the pot is passed over to him.

Gary Lucci - 860,000 (53 bb)
Tarun Gulati - Eliminated in 9th place, for $11,508

Event #16 ($2,200 NLH Main Event) - Soukha Kahcittavong Doubles Through Gary Lucci

Level: 22
Blinds: 8,000/16,000
Ante: 2,000
Number of Entries: 247
Current Players Remaining: 9
Average Chip Stack: 823,333
Feature Table Live Stream Link: https://www.twitch.tv/foxwoodspoker
Prizepool Information: http://bit.ly/2oqodUj

There's around 350,000 in the middle, and three players looking at the KQ♣8♠7♠ board.

Benny Bianco checks in the big blind, Gary Lucci shoves all in from under the gun, and Soukha Kachittvong shoves all in for less in middle position. Bianco folds, and the players table their hands.

Kachittavong: A♠K♠ (pair of kings and nut flush draw)
Lucci: Q♠10♠ (pair of queens and inferior flush draw)

"Oooo, you are in good shape here," a player says to Kachittavong.

The river is the 4♣, and Kachittavong doubles up.

Soukha Kachittavong - 980,000 (61 bb)
Gary Lucci - 300,000 (18 bb)

Event #16 ($2,200 NLH Main Event) - Updated Chip Counts

Level: 22
Blinds: 8,000/16,000
Ante: 2,000
Number of Entries: 247
Current Players Remaining: 9
Average Chip Stack: 823,333
Feature Table Live Stream Link: https://www.twitch.tv/foxwoodspoker
Prizepool Information: http://bit.ly/2oqodUj

Here is a look at the final table of ten, with respective chip counts

Seat 1 - Rami Owera - 1,860,000
Seat 2 - Gary Lucci - 675,000
Seat 3 - Benny Bianco - 1,100,000
Seat 4 - Solomon Yi - 626,000
Seat 5 - Soukha Kachittavong - 360,000
Seat 6 - Tarun Gulati - 80,000
Seat 7 - Kenneth Rawlinson - 650,000
Seat 8 - Brad St. Vincent - 1,025,000
Seat 9 - Tou Kue - 500,000
Seat 10 - **OPEN SEAT**

Event #19 ($5,000 High Roller) - Dave Stefanski Climbing on the Bubble

Level: 13
Blinds: 1,500/3,000
Ante: 500
Number of Entries: 10
Current Players Remaining: 3
Average Chip Stack: 166,666
Prizepool Information: http://bit.ly/2oRo5Kp

There are three players remaining, and Dave Stefanski is the chip leader on the bubble of the High Roller event. Second place will make $18,236, first will take home $27,354, and third will go home empty handed.

Jose Reyes raises to 6,000 on the button. Stefanski calls in the small blind and Borkowski calls in the big blind.

The flop comes K8♦5, and all three players check.

The turn is the 7♣.  Stefanski bets out 10,000, Borkowski folds, and Reyes calls.

The river is the 5. Stefanski bets 16,000, and Reyes looks over at Borkowski's stack, waits for nearly a minute and then lightly tosses in the chips to call.

Stefanski shows K♣Q for kings up, and Reyes mucks without showing.  Reyes is now left with just over ten big blinds.

David Stefanski - 270,000 (90 bb)
Bob Borkowski - 170,000 (56 bb)
Jose Reyes - 40,000 (13 bb)