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Sunday, February 1, 2015

CPPT Event 1: 9th Place - Kachittavong ($3,765)

Event 1 (Day 2)
Level 25 (12,000/24,000/4,000)
Total Entries: 332
Players Remaining: 8
Chip Average: 860,000
Soukha Kachittavong (Woonsocket, RI)
Brad St. Vincent started as one of the shorter stacks coming back into Day 2 and started his ascent up the leaderboard almost immediately.

He's done nothing but increase his stacks since and went from being in danger of missing the money to sitting with one of the biggest stacks at the Card Player Poker Tour $100,000 GTD Event 1 Final Table after the elimination of Soukha Kachittavong.

St. Vincent just eliminated Stephanie Hubbard in a somewhat "unusual" spot, but this was a pretty standard one, as St. Vincent opened the action to 55,000 and Soukha would move all-in from the small blind for just over 400,000.

St. Vincent would more or less snap call and table [Ac][Kd], flipping against Soukha's [8d][8h].

Soukha would be down to two outs after the [Ks][Qh][Jh] flop and he'd be unable to find an eight on the turn or river, eliminating him in 9th place.

Soukha will make $3,765 for his Event 1 efforts and the entire table would look around after the elimination, with Ryan Eriquezzo the only one to say what was one everyone's minds, "Pay jump."

Doug Lyford would agree, as he's looking to make the biggest tournament score of his career in this event, and then double up holding [Ad][Ac], moving himself up close to the 400,000 chip mark, still under the chip average.

St. Vincent is well above that mark though, looking like a threat to take down this title, playing one of the biggest stacks at the Final Table with just under 25 minutes remaining until the dinner break.