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Friday, May 1, 2015

1st Place: Anthony Hoskie ($8,633)


Both players were very close in chips when they got it all in. It was a coin flip with Anthony holding [As][Qs] against Soukha's [3h][3d]. The [6c][Ah][9h] flop favored Anthony, and no three appeared on the [8s] turn or [6d] river. The stacks were counted down, and Anthony had Soukha covered. He will win Event #9 $300 NLH Big Stack, the trophy, and the $8,533 first place prize. Congratulations, Anthony!

2nd Place: Soukha Kachittauong ($7,762)


Soukha Kachittauong doubles through Anthony Hoskie

On a [Qs][8d][Qd][4h] board, Anthony Hoskie was all in and Soukha Kachittauong made the call. Anthony held [Kh][Jc] and was drawing dead against Soukha's [Qc][6c]. The meaningless [8s] fell on the river to give Soukha the doubleup and the chip lead.

Here are heads up chip counts at the beginning of Level 30:

Anthony Hoskie - 2,800,000
Soukha Kachittauong - 1,400,000

3rd Place: Arthur Boulanger ($5,500)

Arthur Boulanger was all in preflop holding [Ah][Ks] and was in great shape to double up against Anthony Hoskie's [Ah][Jd]. When the flop fell [6d][3d][Jh], the roles were reversed and now Arthur was in great danger of being eliminated. The turn fell the [8c] and the river the [8h], and Arthur will exit the tournament in 3rd place, good for $5,500.

4th Place: Barry Rosenkranz ($3,368)

Barry Rosenkranz was all in preflop and was called by Anthony Hoskie. Barry's [Kd][9d] was about 40% against Anthony's [Ah][8s] going to the flop, and the [2c][Ts][5s] flop wasn't much help. The turn fell the [2s] and the river the [Jh] to eliminate Barry in 4th place. He will collect $3,368 for his efforts.

5th Place: Eduart Bajrami ($2,566)


The bad beats just keep on coming! Eduart Bajrami moved all in from the button and was called by Soukha Kachittauong in the big blind. Eduart held [Qd][Qc] and just had to dodge Soukha's [Js][8c]. The [Jc][Ad][4d] gave Soukha five outs, but the [3d] turn reduced him to three. The [8s] hit the river and the entire tabled erupted. Eduart could only shake his head and collect his $2,566 for his 5th place finish.

6th Place: Ryan Sullivan ($2,086)

Ryan Sullivan was all in and in great shape to double up with his [Ac][Kc] against Anthony Hoskie's [Kh][Jd]. Before the flop, Anthony exclaimed, "I'm dominated! Give me a jack!" The dealer obliged as he spread the [3s][Jh][8h] flop. Ryan was now looking for an ace, but he didn't find it on the [9c] turn or [8s] river. That beat will knock out Ryan in 6th place, and he will collect $2,086 for his efforts.

7th Place: James Boynton ($1,684)

James Boynton moved all in and was called by Eduart Bajrami. James's [Ks][Jd] was dominated by Eduart's [Kh][Qc], but the [7h][7s][2c] flop gave James some hope for a chop. The [8s] turn gave him some more outs, but the [4c] river left king-queen high in front. James will exit this tournament in 7th place, good for $1,684.

8th Place: Marty Gorenc ($1,363)


Marty Gorenc was all in from under the gun and action folded to Soukha Kachittauong. Soukha made the call and exposed his [As][Ad] before action had finish. The remaining players folded and Marty showed his [Ac][Jc], which would need a lot of help. The [Qs][6s][9s] left Marty drawing almost dead, but the [Jh] on the turn gave him a glimmer of hope. He could not find the [Jd] on the river, however, as it fell [Qh] instead. Marty will earn $1,363 for his 8th place finish, and Soukha will be on a one round penalty for exposing his hand with action pending.

9th Place: Matt Senator ($1,089)


Matt Senator pushed the last of his chips in from the small blind holding [Qh][2h] and was called by Ryan Sullivan in the big blind holding [Ac][3d]. Matt was live all the way to the river, but he failed to improve on a board reading [5c][9d][6d][7d][4h]. Ryan had rivered a straight to send Matt to the rail in 9th place, good for $1,089.

Event #9 Final Table Chip Counts & Seating Assignments

Event #9 $300 NLH Big Stack is down to the final table. Here are the chip counts and seating assignments:

Seat 1: Eduart Bajrami - 630,000
Seat 2: Rich Villeneuve - 75,000
Seat 3: Anthony Hoskie - 640,000
Seat 4: Soukha Kachittauong - 1,000,010
Seat 5: James Boynton - 270,000
Seat 6: Aothoo Boulanger - 350,000
Seat 7: Matt Senator - 375,000
Seat 8: Ryan Sullivan - 600,000
Seat 9: Barry Rosenkranz - 350,000
Seat 10: Marty Gorenc - 465,000

Here are the prizes left to play for:

1st Place: $10,426
2nd Place: $6.777
3rd Place: $4,492
4th Place: $3,368
5th Place: $2,566
6th Place: $2,086
7th Place: $1,684
8th Place: $1,363
9th Place: $1,089
10th Place: $761

Foxwoods April 2015 Mega Stack - Event #6 - $400 NLH - Final Results

Place Name Prize
1 Mike Santos, Naugatuck, CT $15,654
2 Welther Marmol, Providence, RI $12,000
3 Floyd Overton, Preston, CT $10,000
4 Elvis Reyes, Providence, RI $10,000
5 Michael Nye, East Bridgewater, MA $10,000
6 Thomas Russell, Springfield, MA $10,000
7 Christopher Waisnor, Andover, MA $10,000
8 James Campbell, Marlborough, MA $3,212
9 Kyle Carey, North Providence, RI $2,493
10 Elijah Matson, Londonderry, NH $1,878
11 Dominick Pelli, Stamford, CT $1,878
12 Kevin Durgin, Scarborough, ME $1,878
13 Jonathan Lewis, Hopkinton, MA $1,575
14 Michael Dobbs, Sayville, NY $1,575
15 Alexander Umansky, Scarsdale, NY $1,575
16 Jermaine Rhem-Bennett, Patchogue, NY $1,393
17 Troy Balisciano, Middletown, CT $1,393
18 Dmitri Pidvysotski, West Hartford, CT $1,393
19 Thomas Penza, South Deerfield, MA $1,212
20 Bridget Meagher, Worcester, MA $1,212
21 Gholamreza Khoshkhou, Norwich, CT $1,212
22 Kevin Sniffin, Roxbury, CT $1,030
23 James Watt, Worcester, MA $1,030
24 Juan “Magic” Catala, Johnston, RI $1,030
25 Christopher MacNeil, Peabody, MA $909
26 Linsford, Geddes, Brockton, MA $909
27 Keith Trumbo, Cheshire, CT $909
28 Peter Wagner, Hinsdale, NH $812
29 Yao Wu, New York, NY $812
30 Alias Mourtadh, Yonkers, NY $812
31 Sandeep Manchala, Methuen, MA $812
32 James Karos, Nashua, NH $812
33 Bobby “The Bus” Ferdinand, Revere, MA $812
34 Michael Guzzardi, Branford, CT $812
35 Joseph Sprague, Jaffrey, NH $812
36 Robert Corcione, Brockton, MA $812
37 Bradley St. Vincent, Bristol, RI $727
38 Bradord Duperrault, Dorchester, MA $727
39 Steven Weeks, Monroe, CT $727
40 Djony Centeio, Rumford, RI $727
41 James Rubin, Jericho, VT $727
42 Ari Jonisch, Harrison, NY $727
43 Christopher Molica, Rochester, NY $727
44 Timothy O’Neil, Southbury, CT $727
45 Richard Filkins, Ravena, NY $727

Foxwoods April 2015 Mega Stack - Event #5 - $230 NLH - Final Results

Place Name Prize
1 William Warburton, Buzzards Bay, MA $4,672
2 Joe Starratt, Brockton, MA $3,500
3 Jian Wu, South Portland, ME $3,500
4 Aaron Shepard, Holderness, NH $3,500
5 Casey Stearns, Lincolnville, ME $1,548
6 Shane Matthews, Medway, MA $1,239
7 James Burgio, Lyons, NY $1,017
8 William Burns, Boston, MA $818
9 Richard Scott, Winchendon, MA $666
10 Jonathan Giordano, East Syracuse, NY $552
11 Zdzislaw Koziol, Sandy Hook, CT $552
12 Edward Evans, East Greenwich, RI $552

The bubble has been burst

A player on the featured table 3-bet shoved the last of his stack in with ace seven and was unable to overcome his opponent's pocket queens. He will be the unfortunate bubble boy. Meanwhile the final 18 players are redrawing for their seats at the final 2 tables.

Play is now hand for hand

There are now 19 players remaining in Event #9 $300 NLH, which means we are now on the bubble. The next player out will be the Bubble Boy, while the remaining will be guaranteed $641.

Event #9 is now on dinner break

Only 28 players remain from a starting field of 159 entrants, and those players are now on a 45 minute dinner break. When they return, blinds will be 5,000/10,000 with a 1,000 ante. The top 18 players will be in the money, so the bubble is looming as the players enjoy their dinner.

Event #9 $300 NLH Prize Pool & Payouts

There were a total of 159 entries in Event #9 $300 NLH, creating a prize pool of $40,100. The top 18 players will be in the money, with a mincash worth $641. Here are the full payouts:

1st Place: $10,426
2nd Place: $6.777
3rd Place: $4,492
4th Place: $3,368
5th Place: $2,566
6th Place: $2,086
7th Place: $1,684
8th Place: $1,363
9th Place: $1,089
10th-12th Place: $761
13th-15th Place: $681
16th-18th Place: $641

YouTube Video: Event #6 $400 NLH Final Table

Today's schedule

On today's schedule at the Foxwoods Mega Stack Challenge:

11am:
Event # 9 $300 NLH Big Stack
$30,000 GUARANTEED
($260 Buy-in/$40 Entry fee)
“With Re-Entries”
Players start with 30,000 in non-value tournament chips.
Re-Entries are available through the end of registration.
Registration will remain open through the end of the 9th level.
Levels 1 - 25 will be played for 20 minutes. Levels 26 & UP will be played for 30 minutes
Full structure is available here.

2pm:
$200 Mega Super
($175 buy-in / $25 Entry fee)
“With Re-Entries”
(Win a $1,650 Entry)
Players start with 10,000 in non-value tournament chips.
Re-entries are available through the end of level 5.
At the end of level 5, players may purchase a Single or a Double add-on. Single $50 will receive 5,000 in chips. Double $100 will receive 10,000 in chips.
Full structure is available here.

6pm:
$200 Mega Super
($175 buy-in / $25 Entry fee)
“With Re-Entries”
(Win a $1,650 Entry)
Players start with 10,000 in non-value tournament chips.
Re-entries are available through the end of level 5.
At the end of level 5, players may purchase a Single or a Double add-on. Single $50 will receive 5,000 in chips. Double $100 will receive 10,000 in chips.
Full structure is available here.

A full schedule for the series is available here.

1st Place: Mik Santos ($15,654)


After getting heads up, Mik Santos had the chip lead and negotiated a chop that would award him $15,654, the title, and the trophy. Congratulations, Mik!

2nd Place: Welther Marmol ($12,000)


3rd Place: Floyd Overton ($10,000)


Floyd Overton moved all in from the small blind and was called by Welther Marmol in the big blind. Floyd had the best hand with [As][3d] but would need to dodge Welther's [9h][6d]. The [8h][5h][Jd] flop gave Welther a gutshot straight to go with his live cards, and the [2h] gave him a flush draw as well. The river fell the [Th] to complete Welther's flush, sending Floyd to the rail in 3rd place. He will collect $10,000 for his efforts.

4th Place: Elvis Reyes ($10,000)


Elvis Reyes was all in preflop holding [Ad][Jc] and was up against Mik Santos's  [Td][Tc]. It was another coin flip, and the board ran out [Ks][8h][5c][9c][2h] to keep the pocket tens in front. Elvis will exit the tournament in 4th place, good for $10,000.