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Saturday, April 23, 2011

May 2011 Foxwoods Mega Stack Challenge Schedule

Saturday, May 14 - $600 No-Limit Hold’em Mega Stack @ 11am - $125,000 GTD

Saturday, May 14 - $120 NLH Deep Stack @ 6pm - $10,000 Guarantee
Sunday, May 15 - $200 NLH Bounty Deep Stack @11am - $15,000 Guarantee
Sunday, May 15 - $120 NLH Deep Stack @ 6pm - $10,000 Guarantee

Monday, May 16 - $300 No-Limit Hold’em Mega Stack @ 11am - $100,000 GTD

Monday, May 16 - $120 NLH Deep Stack @ 6pm - $10,000 Guarantee
Tuesday, May 17 - $230 NLH Modified Turbo DS @ 11am - $25,000 Guarantee
Tuesday, May 17 - $120 NLH Deep Stack @ 6pm - $10,000 Guarantee
Wednesday, May 18 - $180 NLH Deep Stack @11am - $20,000 Guarantee
Wednesday, May 18 - $120 NLH Deep Stack @ 6pm - $10,000 Guarantee

Thursday, May 19 - $400 No-Limit Hold’em Mega Stack @ 11am - $75,000 GTD

Thursday, May 19 - $120 NLH Deep Stack @ 6pm - $10,000 Guarantee
Friday, May 20 - $300 NLH Bounty Deep Stack @11am - $30,000 Guarantee

Saturday, May 21 - $1,200 No-Limit Hold’em Mega Stack @ 11am - $150,000 GTD

Sunday, April 3, 2011

Three-Way Chop in the $2,500 FPC Main Event!


Phil Reed, Michael Lavoie and Ronnie Pease

The final three players in the Foxwoods Poker Classic $2,500 Main Event have come to an agreement on a three-way equity chop. In addition, Phil Reed takes home the trophy and leather jacket.

Congratulations to all of our players!

The payouts for the final three players are as follows:


Phil Reed - $114,050


Ronnie Pease - $108,295


Michael Lavoie - $79,987

Break Time with Three Players Remaining

The players are now on a 15-minute break.

The blinds will be increased to 25,000-50,000 with a 5,000 ante.

With three players remaining, the average chip stack is now just over 3,786,000.

Here are the updated chip counts from the break by seat assingment:.

1. Phil Reed 4,990,000
2. Michael Lavoie 1,940,000
3. Ronnie Pease 4,475,000

Todd Terry Eliminated in 4th Place ($46,755)


Todd Terry

Ron Pease raised to 90,000 before the flop and was called by both Todd Terry and Phil Reed. The flop came [9d][7c][2c] and it both Terry and Reed checked. Pease bet 185,000 and Terry moved all in. Reed folded and Pease made the call. They turned up:

Terry [Ac][Jc]
Pease [Td][Th]

The turn was the [Kd] and the river came the [Ts]. Terry missed his flush draw and was eliminated in 4th place for $46,755.

Darren Keyes Eliminated in 5th Place ($35,868)


Darren Keyes

It was folded to Darren Keyes in the small blind, who moved all in. Michael Lavoie made the call from the big blind. They turned up:

Keyes [6c][6s]
Lavoie [Ad][Jc]

The board came [Th][9h][8h][Ac][Qd] and Lavoie caught his ace on the turn to win the pot and eliminate Keyes in 5th place for $35,868.

Justin Schwartz Eliminated in 6th Place ($29,142)


Justin Schwartz

Justin Schwartz moved all in for just over one big blinds with [Ad][Th] and was called by Michael Lavoie with [Jc][Jh].

The board ran out [Kd][9c][5s][Qs][2d] and Lavoie's jacks held up to win the pot and eliminate Schwartz in 6th place for $29,142.

Rod Legendre Eliminated in 7th Place ($24,339)


Rod Legendre

Rod Legendre raised to 100,000 before the flop and Phil Reed three-bet to 290,000. Legendre made the call and the flop came [Kh][Qd][2h]. Legendre moved all in and Reed snap called with [Kc][Ks]. However, Legendre had outs with the [Ah][Qh].

The turn was the [3c] and the river came the [Jd]. Reed's set held up to win the pot and eliminate Legendre in 7th place for $24,339.

David Whalen Eliminated in 8th Place ($19,855)


David Whalen

After a flop of [3c][3d][3h], David Whalen bet 125,000 and Todd Terry made the call. The turn was the [As] and both players checked. The river came the [Jd] and Whalen moved all in for just over 500,000. Terry immediately made the call and they turned up:

Whalen [Kh][Td]
Terry [Jc][Jh]

Terry took the pot with his jacks full and eliminated Whalen in 8th place for $19,855.

Kyle Loman Eliminated in 9th Place ($16,666)


Kyle Loman

After doubling Darren Keyes up just two hands earlier, Kyle Loman was all in for his last 20,000 with [Qd][Td] against the [Qh][Qs] of Phil Reed.

The board ran out [Jc][4h][4s][6s][7c] and Loman was eliminated in 9th place for $16,666.

Steve Ryan Eliminated in 10th Place ($12,169)


Steve Ryan

After Michael Lavoie raised 80,000 before the flop, Steve Ryan moved all in for 240,000. Behind him, Ronnie Pease four-bet to 400,000 and Lavoie folded. They turned up:

Ryan [Jd][Jh]
Pease [Qd][Qs]

The board ran out [As][9s][6c][3s][4s] and Pease improved to a flush to win the pot and eliminate Ryan in 10th place for $12,169.

FPC Main Event Final Table Chip Counts

We are down to the final ten players in the Foxwoods Poker Classic Main Event.

Chip counts by seat assignment are as follows:

1. Kyle Loman 790,000
2. Phil Reed 1,595,000
3. Darren Keyes 570,000
4. David Whalen 1,345,000
5. Michael Lavoie 1,190,000
6. Steve Ryan 335,000
7. Ronnie Pease 3,325,000
8. Todd Terry 385,000
9. Rod Legendre 865,000
10. Justin Schwartz 1,005,000

The payouts at the final table are as follows:

1st - $153,718
2nd - $90,309
3rd - $58,285
4th - $46,755
5th - $35,868
6th - $29,142
7th - $24,339
8th - $19,855
9th - $16,666
10th - $12,169

Sherwin Agard Eliminated in 11th Place ($12,169)


Sherwin Agard

Sherwin Agard open shoved for just under 600,000 and was called by Phillip Reed in the big blind. They turned up:

Agard [Ts][8s]
Reed [9c][9d]

The board ran out [9s][7h][2h][Ks][8d] and Reed won the pot to eliminate Agard in 11th place for $12,169.

Break Time on the Final Table Bubble

The players are now on a 15-minute break. Tournament officials are coloring up the orange 1,000 chips.

When play resumes, the blinds will be increased to 15,000-30,000 with a 5,000 ante.

With 11 players remaining, the average chip stack is now just under 1,033,000.

FPC Main Event Results: 12th-17th

Here are the results for 12th through 17th at the Foxwoods Poker Classic Main Event:

12th - Robert Hwang $12,169
13th - Frank Ferrigno $9,927
14th - Michael Huguenot $9,927
15th - David Paredes $9,927
16th - Fred Robichaud $7,685
17th - Angie Raimondi $7,685

Ronnie Pease takes the Chip Lead with 12 Left


Ronnie Pease

Ronnie Pease started the day with 1,499,000 in chips but has added nearly a million to that number and is the chip leader with 12 players remaining.

Blind Increase with 13 Players Remaining

The blinds have been increased to 12,000-24,000 with a 4,000 ante.

With 13 players remaining, the average chip stack is now just under 874,000

Angie Raimondi Eliminated by Kyle Loman


Angie Raimondi

A short stacked Angie Raimondi moved all in before the flop with [Qd][9d] but ran into the [Kc][Kd] of Kyle Loman. The board bricked out for Raimondi, sending her out in 17th place for $7,685.

Loman now is up to about 1,400,000 in chips.

FPC Main Event Results: 18th-30th

Here are the results so far for the Foxwoods Poker Classic Main Event:

18th - Alexander Cameron $7,685
19th - Harry Theodoss $7,685
20th - Mark Lieberman $7,685
21st - Scott Downer $6,084
22nd - Daniel Chalifour $6,084
23rd - Carmelo Cambareri $6,084
24th - Kinnon Smallbone $6,084
25th - Nicholas Bevilacqua $6,084
26th - Carmelo Morasca $6,084
27th - Keith Crowder $6,084
28th - Timothy Bernadt $6,084
29th - Michael Genovese $6,084
30th - Robert Ricciuti $6,084

FPC Main Event FInal Day Now Streaming Live!

The final day of the 2011 Foxwoods Poker Classic is now streaming live! Just click "Watch LIVE Video" at the top of the page to view the live feed.

The blinds are starting at 10,000-20,000 with a 3,000 ante.

With 17 players remaining, the average stack is just over 668,000.

The feature table line-up is as follows:

1. Robert Hwang 424,000
2. Ron Pease 1,499,000
3. Michael Lavoie 1,625,000
4. Sherwin Agard 547,000
5. Justin Schwartz 645,000
6. Michael Huguenot 254,000
7. Phillip Reed 1,300,000
8. David Whalen 637,000
9. Rodney Legendre 415,000

Here are the payouts for the final day:

1st - $153,718
2nd - $90,309
3rd - $58,285
4th - $46,755
5th - $35,868
6th - $29,142
7th - $24,339
8th - $19,855
9th - $16,666
10th-12th - $12,169
13th-15th - $9,927
16th-17th - $7,685

$2,500 FPC Main Event Final Day Seat Assignments

Here are the seat assignments and chip counts for the final day of the Foxwoods Poker Classic Main Event:

Table 1:

1. Robert Hwang 424,000
2. Ron Pease 1,499,000
3. Michael Lavoie 1,625,000
4. Sherwin Agard 547,000
5. Justin Schwartz 645,000
6. Michael Huguenot 254,000
7. Phillip Reed 1,300,000
8. David Whalen 637,000
9. Rodney Legendre 415,000

Table 2:

1. Todd Terry 284,000
2. Kyle Loman 940,000
3. open
4. David Paredes 725,000
5. Frank Ferrigno 312,000
6. Fred Robichaud 249,000
7. Angie Raimondi 411,000
8. Darren Keyes 506,000
9. Steve Ryan 485,000

Foxwoods Poker Classic $2,500 Championship - Returning Players - Day 3

Place   Name Chips Table/Seat
1 Lavoie, Michael 1,625,000 1-3
2 Pease, Ronald 1,499,000 1-2
3 Reed, Phillip 1,300,000 1-7
4 Loman, Kyle 940,000 2-2
5 Paredes, David 725,000 2-4
6 Schwartz, Justin 645,000 1-5
7 Whalen, David 637,000 1-8
8 Agard, Sherwin 547,000 1-4
9 Keyes, Darren 506,000 2-8
10 Ryan, Steve 485,000 2-9
11 Hwang, Robert 424,000 1-1
12 Legendre, Rodney 415,000 1-9
13 Raimondi, Angie 411,000 2-7
14 Ferrigno, Frank 312,000 2-5
15 Terry, Todd 284,000 2-1
16 Huguenot, Michael 254,000 1-6
17 Robichaud, Fred 249,000 2-6

Play Concludes for the Night at the FPC

Play has come to an end on Day 2 of the $2,500 Foxwoods Poker Classic Main Event.

There are 17 players remaining.

Play will resume at noon tomorrow.

End of day chip counts and Day 3 seating assignments will be posted here on FoxwoodsPoker.com as soon as they are available.

Final Two Tables of the $2,500 FPC Main Event

We are now down to 18 players in the Foxwoods Poker Classic Main Event. Players have combined into the final two table.

The average chip stack is now just over 631,000 with the blinds still at 6,000-12,000 with a 2,000 ante.

Saturday, April 2, 2011

Final Level of the Day in the FPC Main Event

The blinds have been increased to 8,000-16,000 with a 2,000 ante.

With 24 players remaining, the average chip stack is now just over 473,000.

This will be the final level of play on Day 2 action.

Photos: Chip Counts from the FPC Main Event


Kyle Loman - 1,400,000


Steve Ryan - 550,000


Ron Pease - 520,000


Justin Schwartz - 470,000


Sherwin Agard - 450,000


Todd Terry - 160,000

$2,500 FPC Main Event is in the Money!

We are down to the final 30 players in the $2,500 Foxwoods Poker Classic Main Event.

All players are now guaranteed at least $6,084.

Break Time with 31 Players Remaining

The players are now on a 15-minute break.

There are 31 players remaining and top 30 spots will finish in the money.

When play resumes, the blinds will be increased to 6,000-12,000 with a 2,000 ante.

Break Time on the Money Bubble in the FPC Main Event

The players are now on a 15-minute break.

When play resumes, the blinds will be increasd to 5,000-10,000 with a 1,500 ante.

With 33 players remaining, the average chip stack is now just over 344,000.

Top 30 players will finish in the money.

Kyle @Kloman22 Loman Continues to Lead with 38 Left


Kyle Loman

Kyle Loman continues to lead the field with over one million in chips with 38 players remaining.

Blind Increase with 40 Player Remaining

The blinds have been increased to 4,000-8,000 with a 1,000 ante.

With 40 players remaining, the average chip stack is now 284,000.

Top 30 will finish in the money.

FPC Main Event Day 2 Now Streaming Live!

Players have returned from dinner break and cards are back in the air.

The blinds are now 3,000-6,000 with a 500 ante.

With 46 players remaining, the average chip stack is now just over 246,900.

Click "Watch LIVE Video" at the top of the page to view the live stream.

Dinner Break in the FPC Main Event

The players are now on a 75-minute dinner break.

There are 48 players remaining.

Play will resume at 7:30pm.

Blind Increase with 51 Players Remaining

The blinds have been increased to 3,000-6,000 with a 500 ante.

With 51 players remaining, the average chip stack is now just under 223,000.

At 6:15pm, the players will be going on a 75-minute dinner break.

Vinny Pahuja Eliminated by Justin Schwartz


Vinny Pahuja

Vinny Pahuja got all in before the flop for his last 147,000 with A-K against the pocket fives of Justin Schwartz. The board bricked out for Pahuja and he was sent to the rail in the Foxwoods Poker Classic Main Event.

Break Time and Color Up with 60 Players Remaining

The players are now on a 15-minute break.

Tournament officials are currently coloring up the yellow 100 chips.

When play resumes, the blinds will be increased to 2,500-5,000 with a 500 ante.

With 60 players remaining, the average chip stack is now just over 189,000.

Kyle Loman Builds on his Chip Lead


Kyle Loman

After Kyle Loman raised to 8,500 before the flop, his opponent three-bet to 21,000. Loman made the call and the flop came down [Qc][6c][4c]. Loman checked and his opponent fired 31,000. Loman made the call.

The turn was the [Jd] and both players checked. The [Ah] fell on the river and Loman checked for a third street. His opponent bet 30,000 and Loman announced all in, having his opponent covered.

After a few minutes, his opponent made the call and turned up [Ac][Ad] for a rivered set of aces. However, Loman flipped over [Kc][Jc] for a flopped flush and took the pot, eliminating the other player.

After the hand, Kyle Loman now has over 770,000 chips with the average still under 200,000.

$2,500 FPC Main Event Final Numbers & Payouts

We had a total of 284 players in the $2,500 Foxwoods Poker Classic Main Event.

There are currently 62 players remaining.

The final 30 spots will finish in the money

Final payouts are as follows:

1st - $153,718
2nd - $90,309
3rd - $58,285
4th - $46,755
5th - $35,868
6th - $29,142
7th - $24,339
8th - $19,855
9th - $16,666
10th-12th - $12,169
13th-15th - $9,927
16th-20th - $7,685
21st-30th - $6,084

Break Time with 70 Players Remaining

The players are now on a 15-minute break.

When play resumes, the blinds will be increased to 2,000-4,000 with a 400 ante.

With 70 players remaining, the average chip stack is now just under 162,300.

Kyle Loman Near 400,000


Kyle Loman

Kyle Loman just took down a few large pots and has boosted his stack from 187,600 at the start of Day 2 to 396,000.

* Just moments after posting this, Loman eliminated another player and is now over 500,000 and looks to be the chip leader with 72 players remaining.

Photos FPC Main Event Day 2 Players



















Blind Increase with 80 Players Remaining

The blinds in the Foxwoods Poker Main Event have been increased to 1,500-3,000 with a 400 ante.

With 80 players remaining, the average chip stack is now 142,000.

First Break of the Day in the FPC Main Event

The players are on their first 15-minute break of the day.

When play resumes, the blinds will be increased to 1,200-2,400 with a 300 ante.

With 96 players remaining, the average chip stack is now just over 118,300.

100 Players Remaining in the FPC Main Event

There are now 100 players remaining in the Foxwoods Poker Classic Main Event.

The average chip stack is now 113,600 with the blinds still at 1,000-2,000 with a 300 ante.

Blind Increase with 112 Players Remaining

The blinds have been increased to 1,000-2,000 with a 300 ante.

With 112 players remaining, the average chip stack is now just over 101,400.

Main Event Freeroll for Al Cammarota


Al Cammarota

After making it to Day 2 of the Foxwoods Poker Classic Main Event with 93,500 in chips, Al Cammarota finished up his breakfast earlier than anticipated before play began today.

As a result of having some extra time on his hands, he stopped by a quarter slot machine and proceeded to hit a jackpot for $5,000, twice his Main Event buy-in.

FPC Main Event Day 2 Now Streaming Live!

Cards are in the air on Day 2 of the $2,500 No-Limit Hold 'em Foxwoods Poker Classic Main Event.

The blinds are starting at 800-1,600 with a 200 ante.

With 121 players remaining, the average chip stack is now just over 93,800.

Just click "Watch LIVE Video" at the top of the page to view the live stream of our feature table.

The chip counts by seat assignments at the feature table are as follows:

1. Frank Ferrigno 64,700
2. Faustino Bautista 58,700
3. Howard Silver 88,600
4. Dan Chalifour 208,100
5. David Cook 121,600
6. Open
7. David Paredes 298,000
8. Peter Campo 78,400
9. Frank Meaney 59,800

2011 FPC $2,500 No Limit Hold'em - 121 Returning Players for Day 2

Place   Name Chips Table/Seat
1 Paredes, David 298,000 8-7
2 Lippert, Adam 288,300 14-9
3 Pease, Ronald 256,000 12-6
4 Robichaud, Fred 240,000 1-7
5 Genovese, Michael 235,500 5-4
6 Papola, Jeffrey 217,100 9-1
7 Cambareri, Carmelo 214,500 11-2
8 Chalifour, Dan 208,100 8-4
9 Larochelle, John 203,600 2-4
10 Bowley, Kent 190,000 6-9
11 Loman, Kyle 187,600 1-8
12 Thomas, Travell 186,000 4-9
13 Agard, Sherwin 171,800 7-9
14 Ricciardi, Nick 169,000 11-7
15 Lavoie, Michael 161,900 7-2
16 Keyes, Darren 160,900 13-7
17 Morasca, Carmelo 160,700 6-6
18 Bueti, Antonio 160,000 4-5
19 Ricciuti, Bob 159,600 11-4
20 Smallbone, Kinnon 152,700 14-8
21 Kalaitzis, George 152,300 2-7
22 Raimondi, Angie 143,600 4-7
23 O'Grady, Shannon 143,200 11-6
24 Cameron, Alex 143,100 13-5
25 Iacobellis, Christian 139,900 10-9
26 Carbone, Daniel 134,600 13-1
27 Lin, Ray Ho 132,500 5-5
28 Ryan, Steve 131,400 7-4
29 Jensen, Gregory 130,900 3-1
30 Terry, Todd 128,800 2-9
31 Tannenbaum, Leonard 124,400 12-2
32 Veach, Bryan 122,500 14-5
33 Cook, David 121,600 8-5
34 Whalen, David 113,000 14-6
35 Brown, Robert 112,200 9-9
36 Downer, Scott 110,200 7-1
37 Newman, Anthony 109,500 5-7
38 Allain, Luke 108,400 2-1
39 Bevilacqua, Nick 104,200 1-4
40 Polychronopoulos, A.G. 102,500 7-6
41 Mckusick, Ken 102,500 9-3
42 Hwang, Robert 102,200 3-9
43 Matros, Matt 99,800 3-4
44 Taylor, Brett 98,900 7-5
45 Freeman, Todd 98,900 9-2
46 Lieberman, Mark 98,000 4-4
47 Lambert, Mark 97,900 36-4
48 Haverlock, Mark 95,500 14-7
49 Cammarota, Al 93,500 6-3
50 Huguenot, Michael 90,000 11-5
51 Silver, Howard 88,600 8-3
52 Wilbur, Nicholas 88,000 6-5
53 Pahuja, Vinny 87,900 1-2
54 Allain, Robert 87,800 6-1
55 Flanagan, Michael 87,800 13-3
56 Kelley, Andrew 83,800 12-7
57 Vela, Michael 81,600 3-2
58 Bianco, Ben 81,000 10-7
59 Campo, Peter 78,400 8-8
60 Carleton, David 78,200 2-5
61 Zeitlin, David 77,000 3-3
62 Sirkin, Marty 77,000 10-3
63 Bernadt, Tim 75,400 1-6
64 Hoglund, Thomas Jr 74,300 2-6
65 Dayton, John 73,400 3-6
66 Breakstone, Stuart 70,600 13-6
67 Sande, LJ 70,300 1-3
68 Hurley, Jeff 69,100 9-4
69 Castagna, Oscar 68,600 3-5
70 Pitti, Joe 66,500 12-4
71 Stefanski, David 66,000 7-8
72 Ghods, Ehsan 65,800 11-9
73 Frangoulidis, James 65,000 3-8
74 Crowder, Keith 65,000 4-8
75 Ferrigno, Frank 64,700 8-1
76 Pito, John 63,600 10-1
77 Farris, Michael 62,700 5-3
78 Pito, Lou 62,200 13-4
79 Driscoll, Shawn 60,600 6-7
80 Resha, Tom 60,200 6-8
81 Schreiber, Thomas 60,000 5-8
82 Meaney, Frank 59,800 8-9
83 Casterella, Matt 59,500 5-1
84 Meskin, Mike 58,800 4-3
85 Bautista, Faustino 58,700 8-2
86 Corley, Richard 58,300 12-9
87 Tare, Jonathan 55,100 13-8
88 Reed, Phillip 54,700 10-8
89 Tryba, Chris 53,000 12-5
90 Pechie, Justin 52,900 4-2
91 Jradeh, Rami 52,400 7-7
92 Sevigny, Dave 50,200 9-8
93 Siegel, Eric 50,000 4-1
94 O'Shea, Eamon 49,600 10-2
95 Cuva, Paul 49,500 9-5
96 Legendre, Rodney 49,100 2-8
97 Theodoss, Harry 47,200 13-2
98 Fisher, T. Don 47,100 5-6
99 Martone, Larry 46,100 10-4
100 Giordano, Frank 45,400 7-3
101 Schwartz, Justin 45,100 11-3
102 Gilligan, Tommy 43,300 2-3
103 Conway, Mike 40,600 6-2
104 Fales, Don 39,000 9-7
105 Bird, Martin 37,600 14-4
106 Filatov, Aleksey 36,500 1-1
107 Aiello, Gerald 36,500 14-2
108 Lateano, Stephen 34,600 10-5
109 Vo, Bao 32,400 10-6
110 Desantis, Derek 31,600 11-8
111 Simpkiss, Robert 30,500 14-3
112 Cotter, Ed 30,300 5-9
113 Quang, David 29,800 9-6
114 Avilla, Paul 27,400 2-2
115 Sumter, Eugene 27,000 12-1
116 Conway, Adam 23,500 12-8
117 Chorny, Dennis 21,200 12-3
118 Carbone, Bob 15,000 11-1
119 Stevens, David 14,200 1-5
120 Griffin, Chris 14,100 4-6
121 Scheinberg, John 12,800 1-9

Play Concludes for the Night at the FPC Main Event

Play has come to an end on Day 1 of the Foxwoods Poker Classic Main Event.

With 122 players remaining, the average chip stack is just over 93,100.

Play will resume tomorrow at 11am.

Final chip counts and seat assignments will be posted on FoxwoodsPoker.com as soon as they are available.

Adam Hui Eliminated from the FPC Main Event


Adam Hui

After an opponent opened for 5,500 and got two callers, Adam Hui moved all in for 42,300.

The original raiser said "I feel like gambling." and made the call. Everyone else folded and they turned up:

Hui [As][Kd]
Opponent [Js][Ts]

The board ran out [7d][7s][5s][2c][Jd] and his opponent caught a jack on the river to win the pot and eliminate Hui late on Day 1 action.

Friday, April 1, 2011

Final Break on Day 1 of the Foxwoods Main Event

The players are now on their final 15-minute break of the day.

When play resumes, the blinds will be increased to 600-1,200 with a 200 ante.

With 139 players remaining, the average chip stack is now just over 81,700.

This will be the final level of the evening.

2011 FPC $1,000 No-Limit Hold'em Results

Vanessa Selbst Eliminated from the Main Event


Vanessa Selbst

After being the chip leader early on Day 1 action, Vanessa Selbst took some big hits to her stack, including losing a huge pot with pocket queens against her opponent's set.

On her final hand, she got all in with pocket kings on the turn but her opponent had turned two pair and Selbst could not catch up.

Victor Ramdin Eliminated from the FPC Main Event


Victor Ramdin

A short stacked Victor Ramdin got all in with [Qs][9s] on the J-10-x flop with two spades. However, his opponent flopped two pair and Ramdin was unable to complete his flush or straight draws and was eliminated from the Main Event.