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Sunday, March 14, 2010

Thomas Paschal Eliminated in 7th Place ($5,166)

Jim Welsh raised to 32,000 preflop and Thomas Paschal moved all in from the button for a total of 61,500. Welsh made the call and they turned over:

Welsh [Td][Th]
Pachal [Ah][Js]

The board came [Kd][9s][3c][Tc][6s] and Welsh's tens held up to take the pot and eliminate Paschal in 7th place.

Daniel Pabon Doubles Up

Bill Cunningham raised to 30,000 preflop and Daniel Pabon called from the small blind. The flop came [Ts][9c][6s] and Pabon checked. Cunningham moved all in and Pabon immediately called all in for his last 45,000. They turned over:

Cunningham [Ad][5d]
Pabon [9d][9s]

Pabon had flopped a set and had a commanding lead in the hand. The turn was the [4s] and the river came the [Qd]. Pabon took the hand to double up to over 150,000.

Joseph Carlton Eliminated in 8th Place ($3,690)

Joseph Carlton moved all in for his last 39,500. It was folded around to Jim Welsh, who pushed 22,000 in chips into the middle, then pulled them back when he noticed Carlton was all in. The floor was called and ruled that the 22,000 had to stay in the middle. Welsh called the additional 17,500 and they turned over:

Carlton [Kh][2h]
Welsh [Kc][9s]

The board came [Jh][8c][5s][3c][Ts], giving Welsh the pot and eliminating Carlton from the tournament in 8th place.

Jim Welsh Doubles Up

Jim Welsh moved all in for 85,500 preflop and was called by Joseph Carlton. They turned over:

Welsh [Ad][7s]
Carlton [Jc][Jd]

Carlton had the lead but the board ran out [9h][9s][8c][As][Ah], giving Welsh a full house and the double up.

Eric Rosholt Eliminated in 9th Place ($2,241)

After David Lastra limped in for 6K, a short-stacked Eric Rosholt moved all in from the small blind for 10K total. Lastra made the call and they turned over:

Rosholt [Ac][Qd]
Lastra [Ks][Jd]

Rosholt was ahead but saw his tournament hopes dashed when the board came [9d][8c][3c][Jc][7s]. Lastra made a pair of jacks to win the hand and eliminate Rosholt.

Jonathan Horowitz Eliminated in 10th Place ($1,461)

Bill Cunningham raised to 13,000 preflop and Jonathan Horowitz moved all in. Cunningham made the call and the players showed:

Cunningham [Ad][Qs]
Horowitz [5d][5h]

The board ran out [Ac][8d][2s][6h][6s], giving Cunningham the pot and eliminating Horowitz in 10th place

$200 NLHE Shootout Final Table is Set

Final Table Seat Assignments and Chip Counts

1. Bill Cunningham 72,500
2. Jonathan Horowitz 44,000
3. Eric Rosholt 61,000
4. Joseph Carlton 119,000
5. Thomas Paschal 120,500
6. David Lastra 146,000
7. Daniel Pabon 53,500
8. Michael Capodicci 140,500
9. Jim Welsh 94,500
10. James Carmody 178,500


We have lost out 11th place player and the remaining players are redrawing for seats at the final table.

$200 NLHE Shootout Final Two Tables

In the last few minutes, there has been a flurry of eliminations and we are down to 11 players.

We will redraw for the final table with one more elimination.

The 16 remaining players are now on a 10-minute break.

When they return, the blinds will be increased to 4K-8K with a 500 ante.

Tournament officials are currently racing off the 100 chips.


With only 20 players remaining, we are down to the final two tables of the $200 NLHE Shootout.

Foxwoods Poker Classic $200 NLHE Shootout Photos

$200 NLHE Shootout Day 2 Live Blog

Play has resumed with the blinds at 1,200-2,400 with a 300 ante.

The 28 remaining players are now on a one hour dinner break.

The players are currently on break. When they return the blinds will be 800-1,600 with a 200 ante.

There are approximately 45 players remaining.

The blinds are now 400-800 with a 100 ante. There are approximately 65 players remaining, including 2007 Foxwoods Poker Classic Champion Raj Patel.

We have lost player number 91 and the bubble has burst. The remaining 90 players are all in the money.

Bubble Time
There are now 91 players remaining, we are officially on the money bubble. With the elimination of one more player, we will be in the money.

The blinds have been increased to 300-600 with a 75 ante.

There are now 96 players remaining.

The 120 remaining players have returned from break and the blinds are now 200-400 with a 50 ante.

With blinds now at 100-200 with a 25 ante, there are now approximately 127 players remaining.

The top 90 will finish in the money.


The players in the $200 NLHE Shootout are currently on break. There are approximately 171 players remaining out of the 206 that started the day.

Blinds will be increased to 100-200 when they return.

$400 7-Card Stud Payout Structure

There were a total of 108 players in today's $400 7-Card Stud Event at the Foxwoods Poker Classic.

Top 15 spots pay and the payout structure is as follows:

1st - $11,000
2nd - $6,234
3rd - $3,666
4th - $3,025
5th - $2,585
6th - $2,217
7th - $1,686
8th - $1,284
9th - $833
10th-12th - $751
13th-15th - $641

YouTube video: Foxwoods Poker Classic Afternoon Update 3/14/2010

Jay "WhoJedi" Newnum gives a quick recap of what is going on during day two of the Foxwoods Poker Classic.

Click here to view the video in HD

2007 Foxwoods Poker Classic Champion Raj Patel

Raj Patel, who won the 2007 Foxwoods Poker Classic Main Event for $1,272,905, is still in day two action of the $200 NLHE Shootout Event.

James Smashe - @FoxwoodsCT Text to Win Winner

James Smashe, another winner of the Foxwoods Casino Text to Win Contest on day two of the $200 NLHE Event.

Foxwoods Poker Classic Schedule for March 14th

Today at the 2010 Foxwoods Poker Classic will be day two of the $200 NLHE Shootout starting at 11am in the Grand Pequot Ballroom.

At 1pm, the $400 7-Card Stud event will kick off in the main poker room.

For a full schedule of all upcoming events at the Foxwoods Poker Classic, just click here.

$200 NLHE Shootout Payout Structure

A total of 895 players entered the $200 NLHE Shootout. There are 206 players remaining and the final 90 players will finish in the money.

The payout structure is as follows:

1st - $33,945
2nd - $17,725
3rd - $11,069
4th - $9,593
5th - $8,117
6th - $6,641
7th - $5,166
8th - $3,690
9th - $2,241
10th-12th - $1,461
13th-15th - $1,165
16th-20th - $870
21st-30th - $708
31st-40th - $649
41st-50th - $590
51st-60th - $531
61st-70th - $472
71st-80th - $413
81st-90th - $354

Play Concludes for the Day

Day one of the Foxwoods Poker Classic has come to an end. Round 5 of the $200 NLHE Shootout Event has finished.

There were a total of 895 entrants in today's event. Play will resume tomorrow at 11am. The remaining players will start with 5,000 in chips and play 40 minute levels.

Payouts will be posted in the morning.

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