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Monday, November 4, 2013

Will Failla Wins the Foxwoods World Poker Open Main Event!!! ($128,306)


The final three players in the Foxwoods World Poker Finals Main Event have come to an agreement on a deal.

Will Failla is officially the champion of the Main Event.  Will takes home $128,306 as well as the World Poker Finals trophy and watch.

Tom Thomas officially finishes in second place for $120,000 while Chris Orme pockets $100,000 for his third place finish.

Congratulations to all of our players!

2nd Place - Tom Thomas  $120,000

3rd Place - Chris Orme  $100,000

Daniel Chan Eliminated from the World Poker Finals Main Event in 4th Place ($54,048)

It is folded around to Daniel Chan, who moves all-in from the small blind for around 1.3 million.  Tom Thomas calls from the big blind and they show:

Chan - [Kh][7h]
Thomas - [Jd][Jh]

The board runs out [5h][5s][4s][8s][7c] and Thomas wins the pot with his two pair.

Daniel Chan is eliminated in 4th place for $54,048.

Tom Thomas - 2,780,000

World Poker Finals Main Event Dinner Break Chip Counts

The players are taking a quick 45-minute dinner break.  When play resumes, the blinds will be increased to 50,000-100,000 with a 10,000 ante.

Chip counts by seat assignments are as follows:

1. Daniel Chan  1,655,000
2. Tom Thomas  3,180,000
3. Chris Orme  2,115,000
4. Will Failla  2,100,000

Final payouts are as follows:

1st - $161,777
2nd - $113,514
3rd - $73,015
4th - $54,048

Carlos Chadha Eliminated from the World Poker Finals Main Event in 5th Place ($40,572)

Will Failla raises to 175,000 before the flop and Carlos Chadha moves all-in for his last 700,000.  Failla calls and they turn over:

Chadha - [Ah][Jd]
Failla - [7c][7s]

The board comes [9c][9s][4d][Qc][8c] and Failla wins the pot with his two pair.

Carlos Chadha is eliminated in 5th place for $40,572.

Will Failla - 2,000,000

James Magner Eliminated from the World Poker Finals Main Event in 6th Place ($32,443)


Tom Thomas raises to 140,000 before the flop and is called by James Magner in the small blind.  The flop comes [Ac][8s][2c] and Magner moves all-in for around 500,000.  Thomas immediately calls and they turn over:

Thomas - [Ah][Td]
Magner - [Kh][Qh]

The turn is the [Ts] and the river comes the [As], giving Thomas a full house and the pot.

James Magner is eliminated in 6th place for $32,443.

Tom Thomas - 2,850,000

Will Failla Takes the Chip Lead with Six Left at the World Poker Finals

The blinds will be increased to 30,000-60,000 with a 5,000 ante when play resumes.

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

Chip counts by seat assignments are as follows:

1. James Magner  740,000
2. Daniel Chan  1,315,000
3. Carlos Chadha  2,040,000
4. Tom Thomas  390,000
5. Chris Orme  2,075,000
6. Will Failla (pictured)  2,495,000

Bob Ricciuti Eliminated from the World Poker Finals Main Event in 7th Place ($26,950)

Will Failla raises to 110,000 with the blinds at 25,000-50,000.  It is folded around to Bob Ricciuti, who moves all-in for around 600,000.

At this point, Failla reveals that he only looked at one card, a king, and another paint card.  He squeezes out his hand and quickly announces call.  They turn up:

Failla - [Kc][Kd]
Ricciuti - [Ah][Kh]

The board runs out [Ts][8s][2s][7d][6d] and Failla takes the pot with his pocket kings.

Bob Ricciuti is eliminated in 7th place for $26,950.

Will Failla - 2,175,000

Chip Counts from the Break in the World Poker Finals Main Event

The blinds have been increased to 20,000-40,000 with a 5,000 ante.

Chip counts by seat assignments are as follows:

1. James Magner  815,000
2. Daniel Chan  1,970,000
3. Carlos Chadha  2,030,000
4. Bob Ricciuti  855,000
5. Tom Thomas  1,450,000
6. Chris Orme  1,460,000
7. Will Failla  455,000

Steve Dakota Happas Eliminated from the World Poker Finals Main Event in 8th Place ($21,605)

Carlos Chadha raises to 60,000 before the flop and is called by Tom Thomas.  Steve Dakota Happas calls from the big blind, leaving himself 75,000 behind.

The flop comes [Qh][8s][2d] and Happas put his last 75,000 in the middle.  Both Chadha and Thomas call and the turn is the [7c].

Chadha fires 125,000 and Thomas mucks his hand.  They turn over:

Chadha - [9c][9s]
Happas - [Ad][Td]

The river comes the [7s] and Chadha takes the pot with his two pair.

Steve Dakota Happas is eliminated in 8th place, taking home $21,605.

Carlos Chadha - 2,000,000

David Paredes Eliminated from the World Poker Final Main Event in 9th Place ($16,201)

Shortly after losing a massive pot to Daniel Chan, David Paredes gets all-in for his last 93,000 with [Ad][Qc] against the [9c][6c] of Tom Thomas in the big blind.

The board comes [Jc][9d][6h][6d][Kd] and Thomas takes the pot with a full house.

David Paredes is eliminated in 9th place for $16,201.

Tom Thomas - 1,850,000

Ramy Ibrahim Eliminated from the World Poker Finals Main Event in 10th Place ($11,790)

Ramy Ibrahim moves all-in for his last 258,000 from early position and is called by Chris Orme from the button.  They turn over:

Ibrahim - [As][Ts]
Orme -  [Ad][Ks]

The board runs out [Jc][Jd][2h][Kd][2d] and Orme takes the pot with his better two pair.

Ramy Ibrahim is eliminated in 10th place for $11,790.

Chris Orme - 1,400,000

World Poker Finals Main Event Final Table Chip Counts and Seat Assignments

We have reached the final table of ten in the Foxwoods World Poker Finals Main Event.

The blinds are currently 15,000-30,000 with a 4,000 ante.

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

Chip counts by seat assignments are as follows:

1. Steve Dakota Happas  298,000
2. James Magner  442,000
3. Daniel Chan  1,984,000
4. Ramy Ibrahim  354,000
5. Carlos Chadha  1,584,000
6. Bob Ricciuti  715,000
7. Tom Thomas  819,000
8. Chris Orme  1,047,000
9. Will Failla  439,000
10. David Paredes  1,373,000

Final payouts are as follows:

1st - $161,777
2nd - $113,514
3rd - $73,015
4th - $54,048
5th - $40,572
6th - $32,443
7th - $26,950
8th - $21,605
9th - $16,201
10th - $11,790

Foxwoods World Poker Finals Main Event Results 11th-12th ($11,790)

The following players take home $11,790 for their finish:

11th - Michael Nye
12th - Delores Wightman

World Poker Finals Main Event Final Day is Now Underway and Streaming Live!


The final 12 players in the $2,700 No-Limit Hold 'em Foxwoods World Poker Finals Main Event have returned and cards are in the air.

The blinds are currently 12,000-24,000 with a 3,000 ante.  With 12 players remaining, the average chip stack is now 755,000.

Daniel Chan (pictured) leads the final 12 with 2,589,000 in chips.

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

Chip counts by seat assignments are as follows:

Table 1:

1. Chris Orme  564,000
2. Daniel Chan  2,589,000
3. Mike Nye  314,000
4. Bob Ricciuti  664,000
5. David Paredes  973,000
6. open
7. open
8. open
9. Tom Thomas  834,000

Table 2:

1. open
2. open
3. Ramy Ibrahim  240,000
4. Pauline Wightman  192,000
5. Carlos Chad  1,682,000
6. Steve Dakota Happas  334,000
7. James Magner  272,000
8. Will Failla  405,000
9. open

Final payouts are as follows:

1st - $161,777
2nd - $113,514
3rd - $73,015
4th - $54,048
5th - $40,572
6th - $32,443
7th - $26,950
8th - $21,605
9th - $16,201
10th-12th - $11,790

Sunday, November 3, 2013

Foxwoods World Poker Finals - Event #19 - $2700 NLH Championship - Day 3 Returning Players

Play Concludes on Day 3 with Daniel Chan in the Chip Lead!


Play has come to an end on Day 3 of the Foxwoods World Poker Finals Main Event with 12 players remaining.

Daniel Chan leads the field going into the final day of play with 2,589,000 in chips.

Play will resume on Monday at noon.

Full chip counts will be posted shortly.

Foxwoods World Poker Finals Main Event Results 13th-15th ($9,667)

The following players take home $9,667 for their finish:

13th - Julian Sacks
14th - Dena Pearlman
15th - Brian Morgan

Dena Pearlman Eliminated from the World Poker Finals Main Event in 14th Place ($9,667)


An incredible World Poker Finals has come to an end for Dena Pearlman.

Pearlman, who won two events this series already, was just eliminated from the Main Event in 14th place for $9,667.

Congratulations Dena!

Foxwoods World Poker Finals Main Event Results 16th-18th ($8,275)

The following players take home $8,275 for their finish:

16th - Vinny Pahuja
17th - Demetrios Pseudoikonomou
18th - Adam Rosati

Final Two Tables of the World Poker Finals Main Event


We are down to the final two tables of the Foxwoods World Poker Finals Main Event.

Players have just gone to break and will come back to blinds of 8,000-16,000 with a 2,000 ante.

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

Final payouts are as follows:

1st - $161,777
2nd - $113,514
3rd - $73,015
4th - $54,048
5th - $40,572
6th - $32,443
7th - $26,950
8th - $21,605
9th - $16,201
10th-12th - $11,790
13th-15th - $9,667
16th-18th - $8,275

Foxwoods World Poker Finals Main Event Results 19th-21st ($7,250)

The following players take home $7,250 for their finish:

19th - Paul Nowak
20th - Scott Brand
21st - Parad Yury

Foxwoods World Poker Finals Main Event Results 22nd-24th ($6,444)

The following players take home $6,444 for their finish:

22nd - Omar El-Halabi
23rd - Daniel Shapiro
24th - Hilary Dombrowski

Foxwoods World Poker Finals Main Event Results 25th-27th ($5,712)

The following players take home $5,712 for their finish:

25th - Vinny Maglio
26th - Roger Brestak
27th - Nikunj Gandhi

Foxwoods World Poker Finals Main Event Results 28th-36th ($4,979)

The following players take home $4,979 for their finish:

28th - Ronald McGinnity
29th - Undisclosed
30th - Solang Ung
31st - Joseph McKeehen
32nd - John Roy
33rd - Ryan Mostafa
34th - Louis Scianna
35th - Randy Burnette
36th - Antonio Bueti

The Money Bubble Bursts in the Foxwoods World Poker Finals Main Event!


After about an hour of hand-for-hand play, we are now in the money in the Foxwoods World Poker Finals Main Event.

The unfortunate bubble boy was Aaron Smith, who has now been the stone-cold bubble in the World Poker Finals Main Event for two years in a row.

The final 36 players are now all guaranteed at least $4,979.

Final payouts are as follows:

1st - $161,777
2nd - $113,514
3rd - $73,015
4th - $54,048
5th - $40,572
6th - $32,443
7th - $26,950
8th - $21,605
9th - $16,201
10th-12th - $11,790
13th-15th - $9,667
16th-18th - $8,275
19th-21st - $7,250
22nd-24th - $6,444
25th-27th - $5,712
28th-36th - $4,979

On the Bubble in the World Poker Finals Main Event


After a three-way all-in (pictured above), the remaining 37 players in the Foxwoods World Poker Finals are now on the money bubble.

After the elimination of one more players, everyone will be guaranteed at least $4,979.

Approaching the Money Bubble with 41 Players Remaining

We are down to the final 41 players in the $2,700 No-Limit Hold 'em Foxwoods World Poker Finals Main Event.

The final 36 players will finish in the money.

Final payouts are as follows:

1st - $161,777
2nd - $113,514
3rd - $73,015
4th - $54,048
5th - $40,572
6th - $32,443
7th - $26,950
8th - $21,605
9th - $16,201
10th-12th - $11,790
13th-15th - $9,667
16th-18th - $8,275
19th-21st - $7,250
22nd-24th - $6,444
25th-27th - $5,712
28th-36th - $4,979

$300 No-Limit Hold 'em Championship Weekend Special Final Numbers and Payouts

We had a total of 222 entrants in the $300 No-Limit Hold 'em Foxwoods World Poker Finals Championship Weekend Special.

The final 27 spots will finish in the money with first place taking home $13,174. 

Final payouts are as follows:

1st - $13,174
2nd - $9,244
3rd - $5,946
4th - $4,401
5th - $3,303
6th - $2,643
7th - $2,194
8th - $1,758
9th - $1,328
10th-12th - $962
13th-15th - $789
16th-18th - $671
19th-21st - $587
22nd-24th - $526
25th-27th - $464

Day 3 of the World Poker Finals Main Event Underway and Streaming Live!

Day 3 of the $2,700 No-Limit Hold 'em World Poker Finals Main Event is now underway.

There are 56 players remaining and the average chip stack is 162,000.

Bob Ricciuti leads the field with 433,500.  You can view the full Day 3 chip counts and seat assignments by clicking here.

The blinds are starting at 2,000-4,000 with a 500 ante and all levels are one-hour in length.

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

Final payouts are as follows:

1st - $161,777
2nd - $113,514
3rd - $73,015
4th - $54,048
5th - $40,572
6th - $32,443
7th - $26,950
8th - $21,605
9th - $16,201
10th-12th - $11,790
13th-15th - $9,667
16th-18th - $8,275
19th-21st - $7,250
22nd-24th - $6,444
25th-27th - $5,712
28th-36th - $4,979

Saturday, November 2, 2013

Foxwoods World Poker Finals - Event #19 - $2700 NLH Championship - Day 1 Returning Players

Place   Name Chips Table/Seat
1 Ricciuti, Bob 433,500 5-7
2 Chadha, Carlos 394,900 4-3
3 Dombrowski, Hilary 370,000 4-5
4 Maglio, Vincent 359,000 7-8
5 Feldman, Ryan 299,000 6-8
6 Thomas, Tom 269,500 2-8
7 Morgan, Brian 262,500 4-6
8 Roy, John 260,500 5-9
9 Sacks, Julian 257,500 2-9
10 Driscoll, Shawn 256,000 3-7
11 Magner, James 249,000 3-9
12 Undisclosed 245,000 3-3
13 Paredes, David 243,500 2-1
14 El-Halabi, Omar 232,500 1-9
15 Mostafa, Ryan 230,000 1-8
16 Parker, Darin 214,000 2-7
17 Yury, Parad 203,000 3-2
18 Happas, Dakota 201,000 2-2
19 Ibrahim, Ramy 196,300 6-2
20 Vazquez, Luis 189,000 1-3
21 Smith, Aaron 184,000 5-8
22 Pan, Yadong 169,000 1-2
23 Ung, Solang 152,000 5-2
24 Bueti, Tony 151,500 7-1
25 Chan, Daniel 150,500 1-7
26 Nye, Mike 144,000 4-4
27 Failla, Will "The Thrill" 143,800 7-9
28 Brestak, Roger 141,000 6-3
29 Shapiro, Dan 137,500 3-6
30 Caputo, John 133,000 6-4
31 Inman, Scott 128,000 1-6
32 Tran, Ryan 128,000 3-5
33 Allain, Luke 125,000 4-1
34 Brand, Scott 121,000 2-4
35 Scianna, Louis 112,500 4-2
36 Pahuja, Vinny 108,700 2-3
37 Nowak, Paul 102,000 4-9
38 Heimowitz, Lonnie 97,000 7-3
39 Gandhi, Nick 96,000 5-4
40 Lateano, Stephen 93,200 7-4
41 McGinnity, Ronnie 92,000 1-4
42 Rubin, James 91,500 5-3
43 Pseudoikonomou, D. 87,500 6-1
44 Eid, Mohd 84,000 3-1
45 Rosati, Adam 80,700 1-5
46 Radochia, Paul 78,500 6-6
47 Pearlman, Dena 75,500 5-5
48 Lahey, Tim 74,000 6-9
49 Palomo, Ian 74,000 5-1
50 Burnette, Randy 73,000 7-2
51 Orme, Chris 63,000 7-5
52 Wightman, Pauline 61,500 7-7
53 McKeehen, Joseph 60,000 6-7
54 Grimes, Terry 49,000 3-4
55 Matson, John 47,000 2-5
56 Undisclosed 28,500 4-8

Alexander Petrucelli Wins the $300 Championship Weekend Special Event!


Congratulations to Alexander Petrucelli, winner of the $300 No-Limit Hold 'em Championship Weekend Special event at the Foxwoods World Poker Finals.

For his victory, Petrucelli takes home $15,154 as well as the World Poker Finals trophy and watch!

We have another Championship Weekend Special $300 No-Limit Hold 'em event starting at 10am on Sunday.

Play Concludes on Day 2 of the World Poker Finals Main Event with 56 Remaining

Play has come to an end on Day 2 of the Foxwoods World Poker Finals $2,700 No-Limit Hold 'em Main Event.

There are now 56 players remaining and the average chip stack is 159,000.

Bob Ricciuti is the end of Day 2 chip leader with 433,500.

Play will resume at noon on Sunday with the blinds at 2,000-4,000 with a 500 ante.

Full chip counts and Day 3 seat assignments will be posted as soon as they are available.

Final payouts are as follows:

1st - $161,777
2nd - $113,514
3rd - $73,015
4th - $54,048
5th - $40,572
6th - $32,443
7th - $26,950
8th - $21,605
9th - $16,201
10th-12th - $11,790
13th-15th - $9,667
16th-18th - $8,275
19th-21st - $7,250
22nd-24th - $6,444
25th-27th - $5,712
28th-36th - $4,979

Chris Tryba Eliminated Late on Day 2


$300 No-Limit Hold 'em Championship Weekend Special Final Numbers and Payouts

We had a total of 272 entrants in the $300 No-Limit Hold 'em Foxwoods World Poker Finals Championship Weekend Special.

The final 36 spots will finish in the money with first place taking home $15,154. 

We will be holding a second $300 Championship Weekend Special Sunday at 10am.

Final payouts are as follows:

1st - $15,154
2nd - $10,632
3rd - $6,840
4th - $5,062
5th - $3,801
6th - $3,038
7th - $2,525
8th - $2,023
9th - $1,526
10th-12th - $1,104
13th-15th - $905
16th-18th - $775
19th-21st - $679
22nd-24th - $603
25th-27th - $535
28th-36th - $466

Final Two Levels of Play on Day 2 of the World Poker Finals Main Event

Players have just returned from their final break of the day.  Cards are back in the air with the blinds now at 1,200-2,400 with a 300 ante.

There are now 81 players remaining and the average chip stack is just under 112,000.

We complete this level and one more before the end of play on Day 2.  Day 3 will resume at noon on Sunday.

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

107 Players Remaining in the World Poker Finals Main Event

The players in the $2,700 No-Limit Hold 'em Foxwoods World Poker Finals are now on a 15-minute break.

When play resumes, the blinds will be increased to 800-1,600 with a 200 ante.

There are currently 107 players remaining and the average chip stack is now just under 85,000.

Play will continue today for four more levels, ending at approximately 8:45pm.

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

Recent Elimination Tweets

Photos: More Day 2 Players

Will Failla
Tim Reilly
Mike Dentale
Pete Campo
Roland Israelashvili

Photos: More Day 2 Players

Chris Tryba
Chad Brown
David Paredes
Dave Stefanski
Dena Pearlman

Vanessa Selbst Eliminated from the Foxwoods World Poker Finals Main Event

Vanessa Selbst (right, with Chad Brown) has been eliminated from the WPF Main Event.

Foxwoods World Poker Finals $2,700 No-Limit Hold 'em Main Event Final Numbers and Payouts

We had a total of 302 entrants in the $2,700 No-Limit Hold 'em Foxwoods World Poker Finals Main Event.

The final 36 spots will finish in the money with first place taking home $161,777.

Final payouts are as follows:

1st - $161,777
2nd - $113,514
3rd - $73,015
4th - $54,048
5th - $40,572
6th - $32,443
7th - $26,950
8th - $21,605
9th - $16,201
10th-12th - $11,790
13th-15th - $9,667
16th-18th - $8,275
19th-21st - $7,250
22nd-24th - $6,444
25th-27th - $5,712
28th-36th - $4,979

Photos: Day 2 Players

James Woods
James Campbell
Rob Brown
Vanessa Selbst
Vinny Pahuja

Chad Brown vs. Vanessa Selbst vs. Chris Tryba on Day 2


Day 2 of the Foxwoods World Poker Finals Underway and Streaming Live!

Day 2 of the $2,700 No-Limit Hold 'em Foxwoods World Poker Finals Main Event is now underway.

A total of 160 players survived from Day 1 and blinds will be starting at 300-600 with a 75 ante today.

Registration and re-entries remain open through the first level of play today.  Final numbers and payouts will be made available after that point.

Day 2 will consist of another eight levels of play with a 15-minute break after every two levels.

You can view the full Day 2 starting chip counts and seat assignments by clicking here.

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

Friday, November 1, 2013

Foxwoods World Poker Finals - Event #19 - $2700 NLH Championship - Day 1 Returning Players

Place   Name Chips Table/Seat
1 Vaillancourt, David 195,000 8-9
2 Feldman, Ryan 161,825 15-3
3 Chin, Derek 136,425 11-4
4 Caputo, John 133,675 8-1
5 Allain, Luke 122,175 12-8
6 Courtney, Bob 110,925 9-2
7 Brand, Scott 107,925 18-3
8 Yury, Parad 102,925 11-3
9 Shelmerdine, Kirk 102,550 14-1
10 Schulman, Julian 101,600 15-2
11 Maglio, Vincent 95,625 9-4
12 Saleba, Charles 90,800 1-8
13 Moscati, Vincent 89,600 18-7
14 McKeehen, Joseph 86,075 14-7
15 Haddad, Sam 84,750 5-8
16 Brassard, Ron 83,550 16-3
17 Ibrahim, Ramy 83,100 2-6
18 Litwin, Morgan 83,050 4-6
19 Bernstein, Sam 81,600 13-4
20 Palomo, Ian 80,875 10-6
21 Liu, Huiwen 79,725 17-4
22 Rosati, Adam 78,250 2-9
23 Woods, James 77,675 14-4
24 Rosetti, Rick 77,325 6-8
25 Einsidler, Jeff 76,800 18-6
26 Sacks, Julian 76,650 9-7
27 Thomas, Tom 75,550 19-4
28 Lavoie, Michael 75,350 3-2
29 Dibella, John 73,325 12-5
30 Eid, Mohd 73,300 3-1
31 Brestak, Roger 73,200 13-1
32 Brown, Rob 72,100 17-9
33 Israelashvili, Roland 71,100 3-3
34 Vela, Michael 70,750 11-5
35 Hejinian, Armen 69,775 5-2
36 Smith, Aaron 69,700 17-6
37 Dombrowski, Hilary 68,850 17-7
38 Pahuja, Vinny 66,375 16-4
39 Johnson, Brent 65,925 6-2
40 McGinnity, Roland 65,250 4-1
41 Cousineau, Erik 64,025 3-8
42 Tryba, C. 63,900 15-9
43 Pearlman, Dena 63,350 6-3
44 Hansen, Michael 63,300 4-3
45 Khaterzai, Katayon 62,375 8-3
46 El-Halabi, Omar 61,200 5-5
47 Inman, Scott 61,025 20-4
48 Rinaldi, Connie 60,825 18-1
49 Galazzo, Joseph 60,500 4-7
50 Diamond, Kevin 59,925 7-7
51 Parker, Darin 59,000 7-5
52 Failla, Will 58,500 16-2
53 Linster, Mike 57,500 3-9
54 Brown, Chad 57,025 15-7
55 Bird, Marten 56,350 18-8
56 Frey, Kyle 55,975 19-1
57 Sabini, Carla 55,500 17-5
58 Ortiz, Alex 54,950 10-8
59 Chan, Daniel 54,050 5-7
60 Lippel, Sean 53,050 4-8
61 Mostafa, Ryan 51,950 8-7
62 Driscoll, Shawn 51,200 20-6
63 Ricciuti, Bob 50,925 12-2
64 Happas, Steve 50,775 6-1
65 French, James 49,700 12-3
66 Rodriguez, Rene 48,350 2-3
67 Lichtman, Kurt 48,125 12-7
68 Kohl, James 48,000 20-2
69 Torkildsen, Peter 47,800 13-8
70 Lydon, Mike 47,700 5-3
71 Matson, John 47,600 1-5
72 Ahmady, Yasin*** 47,500 18-4
73 Pan, Yadong 47,125 10-4
74 Naso, Anthony 46,600 11-7
75 Chan, Patrick 46,275 9-3
76 Espinola, David 46,150 13-6
77 Ruvolo, Giuseppe 46,000 1-1
78 Palma, Nicholas 45,325 8-8
79 Allain, Robert 44,975 1-6
80 Foulkes, Ethan 44,975 17-3
81 Campo, Peter 44,250 13-3
82 Rivkin, Eric 43,850 3-6
83 Stein, Jeremy 43,625 6-4
84 Rahim, Muhammad 43,075 2-8
85 Bueti, Tony 43,000 5-9
86 Cyr, John 42,700 2-2
87 Gandhi, Nick 42,050 12-6
88 Prasetyo, Aditya 41,850 15-1
89 Freedman, Paul 41,375 1-3
90 Magner, James 41,125 7-6
91 Tsakov, Petko 40,225 17-1
92 Shapiro, Dan 39,600 4-4
93 Lamora, Brandon 39,575 10-9
94 Katikakis, Konstantinos 38,400 4-5
95 Dambra, Joseph 38,300 6-6
96 Silberzweig, Matthew 38,000 8-6
97 Fiumefreddo, Michael 37,875 6-9
98 Alexander, John 37,650 15-5
99 Schwartz, Justin 37,275 9-8
100 Gross, Jeff 37,050 10-1
101 Held, Karl 37,050 14-9
102 Pseudoikonomou, D. 36,150 15-6
103 Jennings, Bill 35,100 12-4
104 Chadha, Carlos 34,575 16-9
105 Grimes, Terry 34,575 11-2
106 Corwin, David 34,325 8-4
107 Panayiotou, Eracles 34,250 20-9
108 Wightman, Pauline 34,075 20-7
109 Berardi, Joseph 34,000 16-6
110 Kourdourli, Nesrine 33,600 10-2
111 Nowak, Paul 33,600 13-7
112 Dare, Stephen 33,525 5-4
113 Zisk, Richard 33,375 7-9
114 Caouette, Nicholas 33,200 14-3
115 Orme, Chris 32,625 1-2
116 Pillai, Shankar 31,675 13-2
117 Saloma, Andrew 31,200 9-6
118 St.Vincent, Brad 30,450 7-8
119 Meskin, Mike 30,100 19-8
120 Koplow, Steven 30,025 18-5
121 Nunez, Jimmy 30,000 16-7
122 Mann, Howard 29,650 1-4
123 Paredes, David 28,650 1-9
124 Beardsworth, Todd 28,400 20-8
125 Bitker, Adam 27,150 3-7
126 Dang, William 26,600 14-5
127 Boyko, Robert 26,375 19-6
128 Djokovic, Avdo 25,950 14-2
129 Roy, John 25,750 19-2
130 Iacobellis, Christian 25,500 11-6
131 Kuey, Natale 25,425 2-1
132 Ung, Solang 24,975 20-3
133 LeBlanc, Brian 24,900 7-1
134 Poole, Gary 24,900 19-5
135 Legendre, Rodney 24,225 10-5
136 Bill, Peter 23,650 11-8
137 Hijar, Austin 21,500 7-2
138 Lahey, Tim 21,000 11-1
139 Nikitin, Jan 20,500 2-7
140 Hill, Anthony 20,200 19-7
141 Santos, Michael 20,175 8-2
142 Gulati, Tarun 20,000 5-1
143 Sandler, Ilya 19,250 10-3
144 Bianco, Ben 18,300 7-4
145 Zelman, Juli 18,250 18-2
146 Hou, Ernie 18,125 9-5
147 Weiss, John 17,425 20-5
148 Silberstein, Ken 17,275 13-9
149 Radochia, Paul 17,200 14-8
150 Rubin, James 17,100 9-1
151 Olshan, David 16,375 12-1
152 Mirdita, John 16,000 17-8
153 Heimowitz, Lonnie 14,100 16-8
154 Altman, Brian 13,875 3-5
155 Podell, Marc 13,225 6-7
156 Selbst, Vanessa 11,875 15-8
157 Campbell, James 10,100 19-9
158 Stevens, David 9,725 4-9
159 Borchetta, Michael 7,800 16-1
160 Aiello, Gerald 7,250 2-5