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Monday, August 20, 2012

Foxwoods August 2012 Mega Stack Challenge Event #14 - $1,200 NLH Championship Final Results

Carlo Sciannameo Wins the Mega Stack Main Event ($75,768)

Carlo Sciannameo

Carlo Sciannameo is the champion of the $1,200 Mega Stack Challenge Main Event.

He takes home $75,768 and the Mega Stack Challenge Trophy!

Sherif Sweillam Eliminated in 2nd Place ($60,000)

Sherif Sweillam

Just a few hands into heads-up play Sherif Sweillam and Carlo Sciannameo get all-in before the flop.  They turn over:

Sweillam - [Kd][Qd]
Sciannameo - [Ad][Qs]

The board comes [Jh][3h][2h][Jc][4h] and Sciannameo wins the pot.

Sweillam is eliminated in 2nd place and takes home $60,000 for his performance.

Heads-Up Save Made at the Mega Stack Final Table

Carlo Sciannameo and Sherif Sweillam have come to an agreement on a save.

Sciannameo locks up $65,000 and Sweillam guarantees himself $60,000.  They are now playing it out for the additional $10,768 and the Mega Stack Trophy.

Adam Bitker Eliminated in 3rd Place ($37,863)

Adam Bitker

Adam Bitker moves all-in for just over 1,500,000 from the button and is called by Sherif Sweillam in the big blind.  They turn over:

Bitker - [Js][Td]
Sweillam - [As][Qd]

The board runs out [Qs][6h][5c][4c][Qh] and Sweillam improves to trips.

Bitker is eliminated in 3rd place and takes home $37,863.

Sunday, August 19, 2012

Three-Handed Chip Counts from the Break

The blinds are about to increase to 50,000-100,000 with a 10,000 ante.

Chip counts by seat assignments are as follows:

6. Carlo Sciannameo  8,140,000
8. Sherif Sweillam  1,505,000
9. Adam Bitker  4,090,000

Joseph Liberta Eliminated in 4th Place ($28,087)

Joseph Liberta

Joseph Liberta raises from the button to 160,000 and is called by Carlo Sciannameo in the small blind.  The flop comes [Qh][Td][3h] and Sciannameo checks.

Liberta bets 205,000 and Sciannameo calls.  The turn is the [8c] and Sciannameo checks once more.  This time, Liberta fires 450,000.  Again, Sciannameo makes the call.

The river comes the [Ks] and Sciannameo announces that he is all-in, having Liberta well covered.  Liberta calls and Sciannameo announces "Kings up."

Liberta mucks his hand as Sciannameo flips over [Kd][Ts]. 

Liberta is eliminated in 4th place and takes home $28,087.

Charles Davis Eliminated in 5th Place ($21,156)

Charles Davis

Carlo Sciannameo raises to 200,000 before the flop and Charles Davis moves all-in for an additional 1,425,000.  Sciannameo thinks for a few minutes before announcing a call.  They turn up:

Sciannameo - [Ad][Kd]
Davis - [9h][9s]

The flop comes down a monster for both players in the form of [Kh][9d][4d].  Sciannameo flops top pair and the nut flush draw while Davis makes a set.  The turn is the [Jc], but the river comes the [7d], giving Sciannameo a flush and the pot.

Davis is eliminated in 5th place for $21,156.

Henry Chen Eliminated in 6th Place ($16,160)

Henry Chen

Henry Chen open ships all-in from the button for his last 770,000 and is called by Sherif Sweillam in the small blind.  They turn up:

Chen - [As][7d]
Sweillam - [Ac][9c]

The board comes [Kh][Td][9h][Jh][4d] and Sweillam takes the pot, eliminating Chen in 6th place for $16,160.

Peter Sennon Eliminated in 7th Place ($12,548)

Peter Sennon

Peter Sennon raises to 135,000 before the flop and Joseph Liberta three-bets all-in, having Sennon covered.  Sennon calls and they turn up:

Liberta - [Ah][Kd]
Sennon - [Ac][6d]

The board runs out [Tc][3d][2s][9h][7d] and Liberta wins the pot with his ace-king high.

Sennon is eliminated in 7th place and takes home $12,548.

Tim @TookURCookie Lahey Eliminated in 8th Place ($9,885)

Tim Lahey

Charles Davis raises to 200,000 before the flop and Tim Lahey moves all-in for an additional 580,000.  Davis calls and they turn up:

Davis - [Ah][Qs]
Lahey - [As][Js]

The board comes [Ac][5h][4d][7d][7c] and Davis takes the pot.

Lahey is eliminated in 8th place for $9,885.

Chris Schonbach Eliminated in 9th Place ($7,890)

Chris Schonbach

Chris Schonbach moves all-in for 600,000 and Adam Bitker moves all-in behind him.  Everyone else folds and they turn over:

Schonbach - [As][Kd]
Bitker - [Qc][Qd]

The board runs out [Jh][5c][5s][Js][Th] and Bitker's pocket queens hold up to eliminate Schonback in 9th place for $7,890.

Peter Carroll Eliminated in 10th Place ($6,383)

Peter Carroll

After being crippled just one hand earlier, Peter Carroll moves all-in for his last 145,000 from under the gun and is called by Adam Bitker in the big blind.  They turn up:

Carroll - [As][7d]
Bitker - [4s][2s]

The board runs out [Kh][Ts][5c][Ks][4c] and Bitker catches a four on the river to win the pot and eliminate Carroll in 10th place for $6,383.

$1,200 Mega Stack Final Table Now Streaming Live

The final table of the $1,200 Mega Stack Challenge Main Event has resumed.

The blinds are currently 20,000-40,000 with a 5,000 ante.  The average chip stack is 1,380,000.

You can watch the final table live by clicking on www.FoxwoodsLive.com.

Here are the final table chip counts by seat assignments:

1. Charles Davis  545,000
2. Joseph Liberta  1,765,000
3. Chris Schonbach  920,000
4. Peter Sennon  920,000
5. Tim Lahey  640,000
6. Carlo Sciannameo  2,310,000
7. Henry Chen  1,660,000
8. Sherif Sweillam  1,405,000
9. Adam Bitker  2,500,000
10. Peter Carroll  1,070,000

Final Table payouts are as follows:

1st - $83,897
2nd - $51,871
3rd - $37,863
4th - $28,087
5th - $21,156
6th - $16,160
7th - $12,548
8th - $9,885
9th - $7,890
10th - $6,383

Final Table Chip Counts by Seat Assignments

Here are the final table chip counts by seat assignments:

1. Charles Davis  545,000
2. Joseph Liberta  1,765,000
3. Chris Schonbach  920,000
4. Peter Sennon  920,000
5. Tim Lahey  640,000
6. Carlo Sciannameo  2,310,000
7. Henry Chen  1,660,000
8. Sherif Sweillam  1,405,000
9. Adam Bitker  2,500,000
10. Peter Carroll  1,070,000

Final Table payouts are as follows:

1st - $83,897
2nd - $51,871
3rd - $37,863
4th - $28,087
5th - $21,156
6th - $16,160
7th - $12,548
8th - $9,885
9th - $7,890
10th - $6,383

Dinner Break Before the Mega Stack Main Event Final Table

We have reached the final table of ten in the $1,200 Mega Stack Challenge Main Event.

The players are taking a one-hour dinner break before play resumes.

Final table chip counts and seat assignments will be posted momentarily.

Luke @bdbeatslayer Vrabel Eliminated in 17th ($4,340)

Luke Vrabel

Luke Vrabel has been eliminated when his A-4 could not improve against his opponent's A-8.

Vrabel finishes in 17th place for $4,340.

Bobby Corcione Eliminated in 19th Place ($3,647)

Bobby Corcione

Bobby Corcione moves all-in for his last 268,000 before the flop with A-J but runs into the pocket aces of Tim Lahey.

The board does not improve Corcione, who is eliminated in 19th place for $3,647.

Corcione cashed in three of the four Mega Stack events, including 4th place in the $600 Mega Stack.

Daniel Chan Eliminated in 31st Place ($2,115)

Daniel Chan

Daniel Chan has been eliminated from the Mega Stack Challenge Main Event in 31st place for $2,115.

YouTube video: Mega Stack Main Event Bubble Hand

The money bubble hand in the $1,200 Mega Stack Challenge Main Event.

Click here to view the video in HD

The Money Bubble Bursts in the Mega Stack Main Event

The money bubble has burst in the $1,200 Mega Stack Challenge Main Event.

The video of the bubble hand will be posted shortly.

Final payouts are as follows:

1st - $83,897
2nd - $51,871
3rd - $37,863
4th - $28,087
5th - $21,156
6th - $16,160
7th - $12,548
8th - $9,885
9th - $7,890
10th-12th - $6,383
13th-15th - $5,216
16th-18th - $4,340
19th-21st - $3,647
22nd-24th - $3,137
25th-27th - $2,699
28th-30th - $2,371
31st-33rd - $2,115
34th-36th - $1,896

Bobby Ferdinand Eliminated Near the Money Bubble

Bobby "The Bus" Ferdinand

Bobby Ferdinand got his last few chips in the middle with A-3 but ran into his opponent's pocket kings.  The board did not improve Ferdinand and he was sent to the rail in 44th place with top 36 cashing.

Blind Increase with 48 Remaining in the Mega Stack Main Event

We are down to the final 48 players in the $1,200 Mega Stack Challenge Main Event.

The blinds have been increased to 5,000-10,000 with a 1,500 ante and the average chip stack is now 287,500.

The final 36 players will finish in the money.

Final payouts are as follows:

1st - $83,897
2nd - $51,871
3rd - $37,863
4th - $28,087
5th - $21,156
6th - $16,160
7th - $12,548
8th - $9,885
9th - $7,890
10th-12th - $6,383
13th-15th - $5,216
16th-18th - $4,340
19th-21st - $3,647
22nd-24th - $3,137
25th-27th - $2,699
28th-30th - $2,371
31st-33rd - $2,115
34th-36th - $1,896

Mark @eppy12588 Epstein Eliminated Early on Day 2

Mark Epstein

Day 2 of the Mega Stack Challenge is Streaming Live

The final 72 players in the $1,200 Mega Stack Challenge Main Event have taken their seats and cards are in the air.

The blinds are currently 3,000-6,000 with a 500 ante and levels are 50 minutes in length.

You can watch the live stream of the feature table by clicking on www.FoxwoodsLive.com.

Here is the feature table line-up by seat assignments:

1. Bobby Ferdinand  103,000
2. Sanjay Iyer  152,500
3. Jamie Berger  83,000
4. Charlie Saleba  258,000
5. Eric Rivkin  176,500
6. Deeneash Krishnanand  268,500
7. Open Seat
8. William Boling  275,500
9. Cindy Pacheco  182,500

August Mega Stack 2012, Event #14 - $1,200 No Limit Hold'em Returning Players

August Mega Stack 2012, Event #14 - $1,200 No Limit Hold'em Returning Players

Place   Name Chips Table/Seat
1 Chan, Daniel 506,500 8-2
2 Davis, Charles 449,000 6-7
3 Dayton, John 411,500 3-3
4 Bitker, Adam 388,000 6-6
5 Cleberley, Graham 370,000 2-2
6 Carroll, Pete 366,500 1-5
7 Liberta, Joseph 330,000 3-6
8 Sennon, Peter 310,000 8-7
9 Griffin, Jerome 304,000 6-3
10 Corcione, Robert 292,500 6-2
11 Payne, Antonio 278,000 4-7
12 O'Brien, Pat 276,000 5-6
13 Boling, William 275,500 9-7
14 Alkhazov, Mikhail 274,500 5-2
15 Lahey, Tim 273,500 2-4
16 Krishnanand, Deeneash 268,500 9-6
17 Ebeid, Nemat 267,000 8-6
18 Saleba, Charlie 258,000 9-4
19 Korvi, Dilip 257,500 5-4
20 Gleason, Thomas 256,000 2-9
21 Vrabel, Luke 247,000 4-4
22 Boyadjian, Yervand 241,500 5-3
23 Mottur, Al 239,000 8-9
24 Cammarota, Alfonso 236,000 2-6
25 Chen, Henry 222,500 7-2
26 Nykvist, Jon 208,500 3-8
27 Sciannameo, Carlo 203,500 5-1
28 Dandreo, Donato 200,000 6-9
29 Schonbach, Chris 191,500 6-1
30 Tiguy, Igor 186,500 4-6
31 Pacheco, Cindy 182,500 9-9
32 Sweillam, Sherif 181,000 1-7
33 Peck, Vladimir 179,000 2-3
34 Pito, Lou 178,000 8-8
35 Rivkin, Eric 176,500 9-5
36 Aprea, Thomas 175,500 3-1
37 Kairnes, Bob 175,000 8-5
38 Andrews, John 172,000 4-2
39 Devitto, Anthony 171,500 7-5
40 Cinquemani, Joe 162,500 4-9
41 Miller, Ron 161,500 6-4
42 Salters, James 157,000 7-6
43 Messier, Norman 156,500 3-5
44 Ferrigno, Frank 154,500 8-1
45 Iyer, Sanjay 152,500 9-2
46 Ricci, John 150,500 4-1
47 Jarvis, Chris 143,500 1-6
48 Procaccini, Jim 140,500 1-4
49 Rubenstein, Lona 133,500 8-4
50 Applebaum, Paul 127,000 2-5
51 Liu, Jia 123,500 1-8
52 Lydon, Timothy 113,000 1-1
53 Loring, Arthur 112,500 5-8
54 Nowak, Paul 111,000 1-9
55 Mann, Howard 110,000 2-1
56 Mallon, Ed 109,000 3-2
57 Ferdinand, Bobby 103,000 9-1
58 Jace, Daryl 103,000 4-3
59 Pardo, Robert 102,000 4-8
60 Paulino, Victor 93,000 7-9
61 Hicks, Ray 91,500 7-3
62 Wallace, Josh 91,000 7-4
63 Lamoureux, Gregory 87,000 1-2
64 Berger, Jamie 83,000 9-3
65 Epstein, Mark 79,000 1-3
66 Cherico, Joseph 77,000 5-5
67 Leonard, Tommy 62,000 6-5
68 Flynn, Kenneth 61,000 7-8
69 Zinno, Anthony 57,500 7-1
70 Sanker, Mary 45,000 5-9
71 Backa, Marsel 39,500 3-4
72 Wildman, Nicholas 38,000 2-8
73 Pignataro, Dan 27,000 3-7

Play Concludes on Day 1 of the Mega Stack Main Event

Daniel Chan is the end of Day 1 chip leader with 506,500.

Play has come to an end on Day 1 of the Mega Stack Challenge Main Event.  There are 72 players remaining.

Daniel Chan looks to be the chip leader at the end of Day 1 with 506,500.

Play will resume at 11am tomorrow and continue until we have a champion.

End of Day 1 chip counts and Day 2 seating assignments will be posted shortly here on FoxwoodsPoker.com.

Saturday, August 18, 2012

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Daniel Chan Takes the Chip Lead with over 400,000

Daniel Chan

Daniel Chan looks to be the chip leader with only 95 players remaining.  Chan has amassed a stack of well over 400,000 with the average at only 145,200.

You can watch Chan in Seat 2 at the Live Stream Feature Table now by clicking on www.FoxwoodsLive.com.

Alex Rocha Eliminated from the Mega Stack Main Event

Alex Rocha

100 Players Remaining in the Mega Stack Main Event

We are down to the final 100 players in the $1,200 Mega Stack Challenge Main Event of the 345 that started play.

The blinds are now 2,000-4,000 with a 400 ante and the average chip stack is 138,000.

After the completion of the current level, play is scheduled to continue for one more level on Day 1.

Luke @bdbeatslayer Vrabel Among the Chip Leaders

Luke "bdbeatslayer" Vrabel

As you can see from his Tweet, Luke Vrabel is having a pretty good day at the table.  While we were posting this, Vrabel raked in another large pot to boost his stack to over 300,000.

You can watch Vrabel live right now on the Live Stream Feature Table by clicking on www.FoxwoodsPoker.com.

Vinny Pahuja is Eliminated from the Mega Stack Main Event

Vinny Pahuja

Tweets from the Dinner Break of the Mega Stack Main Event

Down to 225 Players in the Mega Stack Main Event

Players have just returned from their second break of the day and cards are back in the air.

There are 225 remaining out of the 345 who started play today.

The blinds have been increased to 500-1,000 with a 100 ante and the average chip stack is now 61,300.

At the conclusion of this level, the players will take their dinner break.

James Campbell Eliminated from the Main Event

James Cambell

James Campbell is eliminated from the Mega Stack Main Event when his pocket aces fail to hold up against K-J on a board of K-5-2 when a jack hits the turn.

$1,200 Mega Stack Challenge Final Numbers and Payouts

We had a total of 345 players in the $1,200 No-Limit Hold 'em Mega Stack Main Event.

The final 36 players will finish in the money.

Final payouts are as follows:

1st - $83,897
2nd - $51,871
3rd - $37,863
4th - $28,087
5th - $21,156
6th - $16,160
7th - $12,548
8th - $9,885
9th - $7,890
10th-12th - $6,383
13th-15th - $5,216
16th-18th - $4,340
19th-21st - $3,647
22nd-24th - $3,137
25th-27th - $2,699
28th-30th - $2,371
31st-33rd - $2,115
34th-36th - $1,896

Over 300 Players in the Mega Stack Main Event

With registration open until approximately 1:10pm (at the conclusion of the first break), the board currently reads 329 players in today's field.

Final numbers and payouts will be posted as soon as they are made available.

Mega Stack Main Event Now Streaming Live!


You can now watch the live stream of the feature table of the $1,200 Mega Stack Challenge Main Event by clicking on www.FoxwoodsLive.com.

The $1,200 Mega Stack Challenge Main Event Underway!

The $1,200 Mega Stack Challenge Main Event is now underway.

Players start with 40,000 in chips and the blinds are currently 50-100.

The first 17 levels are 40 minutes in length with every level after that being 50 minutes.

This event has a $200,000 guaranteed prize pool.

The live stream of the feature table will begin shortly.

Foxwoods August 2012 Mega Stack Challenge Event #13 - $230 NLH Super BountyFinal Results

Friday, August 17, 2012

Foxwoods August 2012 Mega Stack Challenge Event #12 - $180 NLH Final Results

Foxwoods August 2012 Mega Stack Challenge Event #11 - $400 NLH Final Results

Dennis Wilber Wins the $400 Mega Stack Challenge ($23,141)

$400 Mega Stack Challenge Champion Dennis Wilber

Congratulations to Dennis Wilber, winner of the $400 Mega Stack Challenge event.

He takes home $23,141 and the Mega Stack Challenge Trophy for his victory.

Be sure to join us tomorrow at 11am for the start of the $1,200 Mega Stack Challenge Main Event with a $200,000 guaranteed prize pool!

Paul Avilla Eliminated in 2nd Place ($13,595)

Paul Avilla

On a board reading [9h][8d][3h][Qh], Paul Avilla fires 125,000 and Dennis Wilber moves all-in.  Avilla calls and they turn up:

Wilber - [Jc][Tc]
Avilla - [Qd][Jd]

Avilla has top pair but Wilber turns the straight.  The [8s] falls on the river and Avilla is eliminated in 2nd place for $13,595.

Daniel Serafin Eliminated in 3rd Place ($8,774)

Daniel Serafin

Chip leader Dennis Wilber raises to 90,000 from the button and Daniel Serafin three-bets to 245,000.  Wilber then moves all-in and Serafin calls.  They turn over:

Wilber - [Jc][Jd]
Serafin - [Kh][Qs]

The board runs out [Js][2d][2s][5d][As] and Wilber improves to a full house to eliminate Serafin in 3rd place for $8,774.

Tu Tran Eliminated in 4th Place ($7,038)

Tu Tran

Dennis Wilber raises to 75,000 from the button and Daniel Serafin moves all-in for 745,000.  Tu Tran moves all-in for less from the big blind and Wilber folds.  They turn up:

Serafin - [6d][6h]
Tran - [Qd][Qs]

Tran holds a commanding lead until the board runs out [Ac][5d][3h][2s][4c], giving Serafin a six-high straight and the pot.

Tran is eliminated in 4th place for $7,038.

William Boling Eliminated in 5th Place ($5,400)

William Boling

William Boling moves all-in for his last 305,000 from under the gun.  Paul Avilla three-bets all-in from the small blind and Dennis Wilber mucks his big blind.  They turn up:

Avilla - [Ad][Kc]
Boling - [Qh][Qd]

The board runs out [Td][3c][2h][4c][Ks] and Avilla spikes his king on the river to eliminate Boling in 5th place for $5,400.

Bradley Yazici Eliminated in 6th Place ($4,387)

Bradley Yazici

Bradley Yazici gets his last few chips in before the flop with [Jc][Jd] but runs in the [Ad][As] of Dennis Wilber.

The board comes [Tc][9h][4h][4s][3c] and Yazici is eliminated in 6th place for $4,387.

Michael Nye Eliminated in 7th Place ($3,664)

Michael Nye

Daniel Serafin raises to 55,000 before the flop and is called by Tu Tran as well as Michael Nye in the big blind.

The flop comes [7c][7s][6h] and Nye moves all-in for 157,000.  Serafin announces call and Tran mucks his hand.  They turn up:

Nye - [8d][8h]
Serafin - [6d][6s]

Serafin flops the full house and Nye needs an eight or seven to win the pot.  The turn is the [Jd] and the river comes the [Th].

Serafin wins the pot, eliminating Nye in 7th place for $3,664.

Jon Reinhardt Eliminated in 8th Place ($2,989)

Jon Reinhardt

Jon Reinhardt moves all-in for his last 200,000 and is called by Dennis Wilber on the button.  They turn over:

Reinhardt - [As][Kh]
Wilber - [Ac][Ah]

The board runs out [Kd][Js][9c][5c][7c] and Reinhardt is eliminated in 8th place for $2,989.

Tu Tran Triples Up in a Three-Way All-in Pot

Tu Tran moves all-in for his last 196,000 before the flop and is called by Bradly Yazici on the button.  Daniel Serafin thinks for a moment before announcing that he is all-in.  Yazici immediately makes the call and the players turn up:

Yazici - [Kc][Kd]
Serafin - [As][Qh]
Tran - [Ah][Jd]

The flop comes [Jc][8d][3c], pairing Tran but leaving Yazici in the lead with his kings.  However, the turn is the [Ac] and suddenly Yazici is in third place.  The [6d] falls on the river.

Tran triples up to over 600,000 by winning the main pot with his two pair.

Serafin wins the massive side pot with his pair of aces to put him over 1,300,000.

Yazici is left with just under 150,000.

Andrew Bimonte Eliminated in 9th Place ($2,520)

Andrew Bimonte

Shortly after being crippled when his A-K failed to hold up against A-Q, Andrew Bimonte gets all-in before the flop with [7d][6h] against the [8c][8h] of William Boling.

The board runs out [Kc][Qh][9c][Jd][4d] and Boling's pocket eights hold up to eliminate Bimonte in 9th place for $2,520.

Greg Lamoureux Eliminated in 10th Place ($1,831)

Greg Lamoureux

Jon Reinhardt raises before the flop to 100,000 and Daniel Serafin moves all-in for 375,000.  Greg Lamoureux then moves all-in for less and Reinhardt calls the additional 275,000.  They turn up:

Serafin - [Qd][Qh]
Lamoureux - [Jc][Jh]
Reinhardt - [Tc][Ts]

The board runs out [8d][5c][2s][Ah][9c] and Serafin wins both the main and side pot with his pair of queens.

Lamoureux is eliminated in 10th place for $1,831.

$400 Mega Stack Final Table Now Streaming Live

We have reached the final table of ten in the $400 Mega Stack Challenge.

The blinds are currently 8,000-16,000 with a 2,000 ante for another 34:30.

You can watch the live stream of the final table by clicking on www.FoxwoodsLive.com.

Chip counts by seat assignments are as follows:

1. Daniel Serafin  266,000
2. Tu Tran  228,000
3. Gregory Lamoureux  265,000
4. Andrew Bimonte  368,000
5. Paul Avilla  888,000
6. Dennis Wilber  443,000
7. William Boling  676,000
8. Michael Nye  375,000
9. Bradley Yazici  925,000
10. Jon Reinhardt  1,239,000

Final payouts are as follows:

1st - $23,141
2nd - $13,595
3rd - $8,774
4th - $7,038
5th - $5,400
6th - $4,387
7th - $3,664
8th - $2,989
9th - $2,520
10th - $1,831

August Mega Stack 2012, Event #11 - $400 No Limit Hold'em Returning Players

Place   Name Chips Table/Seat
1 Reinhardt, Jon 1,230,000 1-7
2 Yazici, Bradley 1,060,000 2-2
3 Avilla, Paul 851,000 1-3
4 Boling, William 562,000 2-5
5 Nye, Mike 407,000 2-3
6 Bimonte, Andrew 338,000 1-5
7 Serafin, Daniel 331,000 1-1
8 Lamoureux, Gregory 287,000 1-2
9 Tran, Tu 258,000 1-8
10 Oxx, Harry 191,000 2-6
11 Wilber, Dennis 127,000 2-10
12 Freebody, Jim 68,000 2-9

Thursday, August 16, 2012

Final Two Tables of the $400 Mega Stack Challenge

We are down to the final 19 players in the $400 Mega Stack Challenge. 

Play is scheduled to continue tonight for two more levels or the final table, whichever comes first.

The final table will be streamed live at noon tomorrow on www.FoxwoodsLive.com.

Foxwoods August 2012 Mega Stack Challenge Event #10 - $120 NLH Final Results

Foxwoods August 2012 Mega Stack Challenge Event #9 - $230 NLH Final Results

Foxwoods August 2012 Mega Stack Challenge Event #8 - $180 NLH Final Results

$500 Six-Max Mega Stack Challenge Final Results

Nick Palma Nearing 300K Late on Day 1 of the $400 Mega Stack

Nick Palma

With just 68 players remaining and the chip average at 68,500, Nick Palma has taken a commanding chip lead on Day 1 of the $400 Mega Stack Challenge with nearly 300,000 chips.

Palma is looking for another victory in the same event he won in March of this year during the Foxwoods Poker Classic.  In that $400 event, Palma took home $23,630 for first place.

Dinner Break in the $400 Mega Stack Field


The players on Day One of the $400 Mega Stack Challenge are now on a one-hour dinner break.

There are 75 players remaining and the average chip stack is just over 75,700.

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