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Wednesday, March 16, 2016

Foxwoods Poker Classic - Event #1 - $600 NLH - Final Results

Place Name Prize
1 PETER SENNON, Bronx, NY $89,175
2 CARLO SCIANNAMEO, Worcester, MA $79,175
3 JEFFREY YANCHEK, Meriden, CT $46,729
4 MARK BULBULIAN, New Bedford, MA $32,622
5 STEFAN PARCHEV, Nantucket, MA $22,671
6 ROBERT GARRETT, Canton, MA $17,948
7 JOVY OUNTHONGDY, East Hartford, CT $14,988
8 JONATHAN REINHARDT, Westport, CT $12,154
9 JEREMY PEREZ, Bronx, NY $9,761
10 MICHAEL CROWE, Boxford, MA $7,872
11 RONALD DALGO, Madawaska, ME $7,872
12 L. J. SANDE, Wethersfield, CT $7,872
13 WELTHER MARMOL, Providence, RI $6,045
14 DAVID STEFANSKI, East Lyme, CT $6,045
15 ROBERT CORCIONE, Brockton, MA $6,045
16 ERIC SIEGEL, Melville, NY $5,416
17 SOHEB PORBANDARWALA, Stamford, CT $5,416
18 DIONISSIOS PANAGOPOULOS, Clinton, CT $5,416
19 KIMBERLEY MAHAN, Kensington, CT $4,849
20 RONALD MCGINNITY, Quincy, MA $4,849
21 FRANK TAVOLACCI, Pound Ridge, NY $4,849
22 AVI RAICH, Stoughton, MA $4,282
23 MAURICE PARADIS, Jewett City, CT $4,282
24 DILIPKUMAR PATEL, New Bedford, MA $4,282
25 GREG HIMMELBRAND, Oakland Gardens, NY $3,715
26 MICHAEL CIAMPA, Swampscott, MA $3,715
27 UNDISCLOSED $3,715
28 MATTHEW BOYLE, Westfield, MA $3,210
29 LOUIS PITO, Cheshire, CT $3,210
30 MICHAEL PASQUALE, Methuen, MA $3,210
31 FRANCO MANCINI, Oakville, CT $3,210
32 BRIAN LEE, Groton, MA $3,210
33 DAVID KURTZ, Shrewsbury, MA $3,210
34 JOHN GRINVALSKY, Manchester, CT $3,210
35 GIL WASSERMAN, Cave Creek, AZ $3,210
36 ANTHONY MARTINO, Wakefield, MA $3,210
37 STEFANO BERIO, Colchester, CT $2,770
38 ANTHONY SEGARRA, Westbury, NY $2,770
39 MATTHEW KUBA, Hamden, CT $2,770
40 JUDITH ANNIS, West Warwick, RI $2,770
41 THOMAS MARSHALL, Berkley, MA $2,770
42 HAMID MEZHOUD, Waltham, MA $2,770
43 GREGORY JOSLYN, Milford, PA $2,770
44 BRANDON WINTER, Jewett City, CT $2,770
45 ROBERT HOVER, Whitman, MA $2,770
46 MARC BRAUNSTEIN, Swampscott, MA $2,330
47 ALFRED KAPUSCINSKI, Kitchener, ON $2,330
48 MATTHEW BRETZFIELD, Kings Park, NY $2,330
49 THOMAS WALSH, Lowell, MA $2,330
50 STEPHANIE TANG, Leominster, MA $2,330
51 JUSTIN TOBIN, Concord, NH $2,330
52 ANTONIO MARIANO, Cranston, RI $2,330
53 JACOB PIGEON, Warwick, RI $2,330
54 THE GENERAL $2,330
55 JON GOTTLIEB, Roslyn, NY $1,890
56 NEIL SMALL, Sharon, MA $1,890
57 ROBERT FERDINAND, Revere, MA $1,890
58 JOHN CAUTELA, Marlborough, MA $1,890
59 JACK ON, East Weymouth, MA $1,890
60 JOSEPH SMITH, New Britain, CT $1,890
61 RAJENDRA PATEL, Meriden, CT $1,890
62 BHAVIN PATEL, Natick, MA $1,890
63 JAY SHARON, Fresh Meadows, NY $1,890
64 SEAN GORDON, Burlington, MA $1,637
65 CHRIS SCHONBACH, Braintree, MA $1,637
66 FRANK SALKOVITZ, Norfolk, MA $1,637
67 DANIEL CHALIFOUR, Swanzey, NH $1,637
68 NICHOLAS AGUILERA, New York, NY $1,637
69 ROBERT VARKONYI, Great Neck, NY $1,637
70 RICHARD ZISK, Middletown, CT $1,637
71 WILLIAM DANG, Chelsea, MA $1,637
72 PANJA LYMSUAN, Quincy, MA $1,637
73 MARK MCDONOUGH, Trumbull, CT $1,448
74 JESSE WITKOWSKI, Lakeville, MA $1,448
75 CARLO MAROTTA, Berlin, CT $1,448
76 MARK COSTELLO, Quincy, MA $1,448
77 SHAWN CARTER, Jefferson, ME $1,448
78 JOHN KINNEY, Montgomery, NY $1,448
79 SANDRA COSTA, Bridgewater, MA $1,448
80 SHERWIN AGARD, Randolph, MA $1,448
81 JEROME BELCASTRO, Leominster, MA $1,448
82 HENRY LOPEZ, Maspeth, NY $1,385
83 MARK ALVES, Oxford, MA $1,385
84 AARON SMITH, Plymouth, MA $1,385
85 KEVIN LYNCH, Quincy, MA $1,385
86 BRANDON SHAMBACH, Columbia, ME $1,385
87 SOTIRIOS TSIANTOULAS, Medford, MA $1,385
88 ERIK ZEISS, Stamford, CT $1,385
89 TAYLOR WHITE, Dudley, MA $1,385
90 JE WOOK OH, Farmingdale, NY $1,385
91 MICHAEL BABBITT, Schenectady, NY $1,322
92 AARON SHEPARD, Holderness, NH $1,322
93 ERIC BONIN, Natick, MA $1,322
94 TOM DOBRILOVIC, West Nyack, NY $1,322
95 FERNANDO ZAMBRANO, Oakland Gardens, NY $1,322
96 TU LE, Hartford, CT $1,322
97 NICHOLAS MCDONALD, Dudley, MA $1,322
98 EARNEST HOLTHUSEN, Marysville, WA $1,322
99 ROBERT ALLAIN, Gardner, MA $1,322
100 DAVID GRANDIERI, Cheshire, CT $1,322
101 FABIO DAGATA, Needham Heights, MA $1,322
102 ED BATCHELDER, New Hampton, NH $1,322
103 LUIS VAZQUEZ, Taunton, MA $1,322
104 BILLY PAPADOPOULOS, Canton, MA $1,322
105 STEPHEN RANIERI, Marlborough, MA $1,322
106 JAMES PERRY, Webster, MA $1,322
107 MORGAN LITWIN, Brookfield, CT $1,322
108 MATTHEW SILBERZWEIG, Elmont, NY $1,322
109 JOHN HUYNH, Middleton, MA $1,322
110 TEDFORD ARMISTEAD, Acton, MA $1,322
111 JOSEPH DEFORCA, Commack, NY $1,322
112 CHRISTOPHER PETTERUTI, Cranston, RI $1,322
113 JOSEPH MESSINA, Southampton, NY $1,322
114 MICHAEL SHEEHAN, Methuen, MA $1,322
115 KEVIN PENHALL, Rocky Hill, CT $1,322
116 PETER TORKILDSEN, North Chelmsford, MA $1,322
117 PEY LEE, Fresh Meadows, NY $1,322
118 LOUIS CARDILLO, Somers, NY $1,259
119 LINSFORD GEDDES, Brockton, MA $1,259
120 ROHIT HUKMANI, Hicksville, NY $1,259
121 SHELDON GOLDSTEIN, Middleboro, MA $1,259
122 LASZLO MADAR, Bridgeport, CT $1,259
123 JOSE LIMA, Orange, CT $1,259
124 STEPHEN MENARD, Cranston, RI $1,259
125 ERIC HALL, Columbia, CT $1,259
126 FLYNN MANALAYSAY, Lynn, MA $1,259
127 GIUSEPPE RUVOLO, Gloucester, MA $1,259
128 DONALD LOHR, Ledyard, CT $1,259
129 ROBERT PERRY, Weymouth, MA $1,259
130 HEE-JOONG IM, Flushing, NY $1,259
131 JOSHUA GINGRAS, Charlton, MA $1,259
132 DAVID WYRICK, Collinsville, CT $1,259
133 DANIEL CASTORIA, Massapequa Park, NY $1,259
134 MATTHEW VACON, Windsor, CT $1,259
135 GLENN CONTICELLO, Burlington, CT $1,259
136 JEFFREY TARG, Dracut, MA $1,259
137 SEAN SANKER, Newton, MA $1,259
138 MICHAEL GUZZARDI, Branford, CT $1,259
139 ARNDRE MARTIN, Hopewell Junction, NY $1,259
140 BART GUTHRIE, Southington, CT $1,259
141 BRIAN JERSEY, Westport, CT $1,259
142 JONATHAN MACLELLAN, Cranston, RI $1,259
143 JOSHUA MOREAU, Topsham, ME $1,259
144 JOHN QUIRK, Warwick, RI $1,259
145 TARUN GULATI, Glastonbury, CT $1,259
146 DANIEL LOBEL, Katonah, NY $1,259
147 RYAN MARTIN, Warwick, RI $1,259
148 MALIK CURRY, Lawrence, MA $1,259
149 CHRISTOPHER ORME, Ashland, MA $1,259

Event #5 ($300 NLH) Now In the Money

There are 36 players remaining in Event #5, which means they are all in the money.  They are currently playing Level 20 (4,000/8,000 blinds with a 1,000 ante). 

Here are a few notable chip stacks: 
Brad St. Vincent - 540,000
Je Wook Oh - 300,000
Mike Nye - 104,000
Donald Lohr - 90,000
Linda Swears - 50,000

The remaining players will play though Level 22 before bagging and tagging for the night.  Day 2 will resume tomorrow at noon EST. 

Event #5 ($300 NLH) Update

Players Remaining: 45Players Paid:  36
Blinds:  2,500/5,000
Ante:  500
Avg. Chip Stack:  142,222

Notables still in the field:

Brad St. Vincent - 260,000
Donald Lohr - 190,000
Je Wook Oh - 150,000
Mike Nye - 70,000
Linda Swears - 70,000

Event #1 - Peter Sennon Wins ($89,175), Carlo Sciannameo Takes 2nd ($79,175)

Peter Sennon - Winner Event #1 - $89,175

Carlo Sciannameo - 2nd Place - $79,175

Event #1 - Chop Deal Made

Peter Sennon and Carlo Sciannameo have come to a chop deal in Event #1. 

Carlo Sciannameo will take home $79,175 for second place, and Peter Sennon will take home $89,175 and the trophy. 

Congrats to both players! 


Event #1 - Jeffrey Yanchek Eliminated in 3rd Place ($46,729)

Jeffrey Yanchek - 3rd Place - $46,729
Blinds: 75,000/150,000
Ante: 25,000

Jeffrey Yanchek shoves all in from the small blind, and Peter Sennon calls in the big blind.

Yanchek - [qd][10c]
Sennon: [7h][7c]

The board runs out [ac][ks][2d][kc][3s], eliminating Yanchek in 3rd place, with a $46,726 payday.

Peter Sennon - 17,500,000
Jeffrey Yanchek - Eliminated

Event #1 - Jeffrey Yanchek Doubles Through Peter Sennon

Blinds: 75,000/150,000
Ante: 25,000

Jeffrey Yanchek smooth calls in the small blind, and Peter Sennon raises to 550,000 in the big blind.  With action back on Yanchek, he quickly announces that he is all in for 2,100,000.  Sennon thinks for a moment before throwing in a chip to call. 

Yanchek: [5d][5s]
Sennon: [qh][10c]

The board runs out [6s][ah][4d][jh][6d], awarding Yanchek a full double. 

Jeffrey Yanchek - 4,000,000
Peter Sennon - 13,500,000

Event #1 - Final Three Player Chip Counts

Carlo Sciannameo - 4,325,000
Jeffrey Yanchek - 7,050,000
Peter Sennon - 13,125,000


Remaining Prize Pool/Payouts:  
1st Place - $102,728
2nd Place - $65,622
3rd Place - $46,729

Event #1 - Mark Bulbulian Eliminated in 4th Place ($32,622)

Mark Bulbulian - 4th Place - $32,622

Blinds: 60,000/120,000
Ante: 20,000

On a board reading [10h][9c][8d], Mark Bulbulian is all in and has been called by Peter Sennon. 

Sennon: [qc][8h]
Bulbulian: [ah][qs]

The [ks] turn and [10s] river do not improve Bulbulian's hand, and he is eliminated in 4th place, with a $32,622 payday.

Event #1 - Jeffrey Yanchek Doubles Through Carlo Sciannameo

Blinds: 60,000/120,000
Ante: 20,000

Carlo Sciannameo calls in the small blind, and Jeffrey Yanchek checks his option in the big. 

Sciannameo checks the [4d][kh][8h] flop, Yanchek bets 375,000, Sciannameo raises to 1,500,000, Yanchek shoves all in, and Sciannameo calls. 

Sciannameo: [ks][6d] (pair of kings)
Yanchek: [ah][5h] (flush draw) 

The [2s] comes on the turn, giving Yanchek more outs, and the [2h] on the river is one of those needed outs. 

Yanchek wins with his flush. 

Jeffrey Yanchek - 7,000,000
Carlo Sciannameo - 3,500,000 

Event #5 ($300 NLH) Now On Dinner Break

The remaining 126 players in Event #5 are now on their 60 minute dinner break.  They will return to play level 13, with 800/1,600 blinds, and a 200 ante. 

As a reminder, the top 36 players will make the money.  Full prize pool/pay out information for this event can be found here.

Event # 1 - Stefan Parchev Eliminated in 5th Place ($22,671)

Stefan Parchev - 5th Place - $22,671
Blinds: 50,000/100,000
Ante: 10,000

After a pre-flop betting war between Peter Sennon in the small blind and Stefan Parchev in the big blind, Parchev finds himself all in. 

Sennon: [jc][jd]
Parchev: [ad][ks]

The board runs out [10c][6h][2c][5s][6s], elaiminating Parchev in 5th place, with a $22,671 payday. 

Peter Sennon - 9,900,000
Stefan Parchev - Eliminated

Event #1 - Rob Garrett Eliminated in 6th Place ($17,948)

Rob Garrett - 6th Place - $17,948
Blinds: 50,000/100,000
Ante: 10,000

 
Hand #1: 

Rob Garrett shoves all in from the hijack.  Action folds to Stefan Parchev in the big blind who asks if Garrett has him covered.  It's determined they have almost equal chip stacks, with Garrett having Parchev covered by less than a single big blind (100,000).  Parchev hesitantly calls. 

Garrett:  [7c][7h]
Parchev: [jd][jh]

The flop comes [ac][6s][4s].  When the [5s] comes on the turn, Garrett picks up an open ended straight draw.  But the [6c] on the river ensures that Parchev will win the pot and Garrett is left with less than 100,000 in chips. 

Stefan Parchev - 4,125,000
Rob Garrett - 100,000

Hand #2:  

Having only 60,000, Rob Garrett is all in for less in the big blind. 

Carlo Sciannameo calls under the gun, as does Jeffrey Yanchek in the hijack, Peter Sennon in the cutoff, and Mark Bulbulian in the small blind. 

All the players check it down as the board runs out [ah][7c][2d][2s][jh]. 

Bulbulian turns over [kd][jc] for a pair of jacks, and Sciannameo folds, as do Yanchek, and Sennon. 

Garrett slowly turns over the [3s], having looked for the first time.  Then he slowly turns over [7h].  Bulbulian's jacks will take it all, and Garrett is eliminated in 6th place, taking home $17,948.

Event # 1- Mark Bulbulian "Squeezes" Through

Jeffrey Yanchek raises to 230,000 in the hijack, and Stefan Parchev calls on the button.  Mark Bulbulian shoves all in for 1,050,000 from the small blind.  Yanchek quickly folds, and Parhev thinks for a moment before releasing his hand. 

Mark Bulbulian - 1,800,000
Jeffrey Yanchek - 3,800,000
Stefan Parchev - 3,800,000

Event #5 ($300 NLH w/ Re-Entries) Prize Pool Information

There were a total of 320 entries in today's $300 NLH event.

The top 36 places will be paid out as follows:

1 - $18,506
2 - $11,299
3 - $7,465
4 - $5,931
5 - $4,358
6 - $3,551
7 - $2,906
8 - $2,300
9 - $1,789
10-12 - $1,291
13-15 -$1,089
16-18 - $968
19-21 - $847
22-24 - $766
25-27 - $685
28-36 - $629

Total Prize Pool:  $80,704

Event #5 ($300 NLH) Update

There are currently 144 players remaining in Event #5, and 36 of them will make the money.  They are currently playing level 11, with 500/1,000 blinds, and 100 ante. 

Here are a few notable chip stacks still remaining in the field after the registration period has officially closed:

The General - 97,000
Soukha Kacchitavong - 80,000
Je Wook Oh - 65,000
James Campbell - 50,000
Linda Swears - 45,000
Eric Siegel - 40,000

Event # 1 Final Six Players w/ Chip Counts

Players Remaining:  6
Current Level: 31
Blinds: 50,000/100,000
Ante: 10,000
Average Stack: 4,083,333

Rob Garrett - 2,850,000
Carlo Sciannameo - 7,200,000
Jeffrey Yanchek - 3,970,000
Peter Sennon - 3,930,000
Stefen Parchev - 3,450,000
Mark Bulbulian - 1,500,000

Event #1 - Jovy Ounthongdy Eliminated in 7th Place ($14,988)

Jovy Ounthongdy - 7th Place - $14,988
 Blinds: 40,000/80,000
Ante: 10,000

Action folds to Jovy Ounthongdy on the button who shoves all in for 740,000.  Carlo Sciannameo thinks for a moment before calling the 740,000.  Jeffrey Yanchek looks at his cards and says, "Not even close," as he folds. 

Ounthongdy: [10s][9d]
Sciannameo: [ac][8c]

The flop comes [4c][9c][4s], giving Ounthongdy the lead with his two pair, but giving Sciannameo a flush draw. 

The [5s] turn is safe for Ounthongdy, but the [6c] river gives Sciannameo the flush, and Ounthongdy is eliminated in 7th place, taking home $14,988. 

Carlo Sciannameo - 7,750,000
Jovy Ounthongdy - Eliminated

Event # 1 - Jon Reinhardt Eliminated in 8th Place ($12,154)


Jon Reinhardt - 8th Place - $12,154

Blinds: 40,000/80,000
Ante: 10,000

On a board reading [9c][7s][4s], Jon Reinhardt shoves all in, and Carlo Sciannameo calls. 

Reinhardt: [jh][4h]
Sciannameo: [9d][7h]

The [6s] turn and [ah] river do not improve Reinhardt's hand and he is eliminated in 8th place, taking home $12,154.

Carlo Sciannameo - 7,100,000
Jon Reinhardt - Eliminated

Event #1 - Jeremy Perez Eliminated in 9th Place ($9,761)

Jeremy Perez - 9th Place - $9,761
Blinds: 40,000/80,000
Ante: 10,000

Jeremy Perez shoves all in on the button, and Rob Garrett calls in the small blind.  Jon Reinhardt mucks [jd][kd] face up in the big blind.

Perez: [8s][10d]
Garrett: [9d][9c]

The flop comes [js][qd][8h], keeping Garrett in the lead with his pair of nines, but giving Perez a pair of eights.

When the [8d] comes on the turn Perez asks, "Can I lose?"

Just as he finished his question, the [9h] comes on the river giving Garrett a full house, and Perez is eliminated in 9th place.  He is taking home $9,761.

Rob Garrett - 2,650,000
Jeremy Perez - Eliminated

Event # 1 - Rob Garrett Doubles Through Jon Reinhardt


Blinds; 40,000/80,000
Ante: 10,0000

Rob Garrett shoves all in from early position, and Jon Reinhardt calls in middle position.

Garrett: [as][jh]
Reinhardt: [ah][qh]

The flop comes [4c][10s][4s], and Garrett stands up from his chair.

When the [9s] comes on the turn, he grabs his backpack, preparing to leave.

When the [ks] comes on the river giving Garrett a flush, he puts his bag down, and sits back down.

"He lives to see another day.  You and your flushes," a player at the table says to Garrett.

Rob Garrett - 1,800,000
Jon Reinhardt - 1,550,000

Event #1 - Peter Sennon Wins Huge Pot From Jeremy Perez

Blinds: 40,000/80,000
Ante: 10,000

Peter Sennon raises to 225,000 in middle position, and Jeremy Perez re-raises to 575,000 on the button.  Sennon calls the raise. 

The flop comes [jh][7d][2s].  Sennon checks, Perez bets 400,000, and Sennon calls. 

Both players check the [5h] turn. 

Sennon checks when the river comes the [4c] river, and Perez shoves all in, having Sennon slightly covered. 

Sennon sighs out loud, sits back in his chair, and thinks for a minute before throwing in a chip to call. 

Perez turns over [6c][6s] for a pair of sixes, and Sennon shows [8c][8d] for a pair of eights. 

"Sick, how you do you call there Bro?" Perez asks Sennon. 

"That's poker baby," Sennon replies as he stands up out of his chair. 

Peter Sennon - 4,300,000
Jeremy Perez - 365,000

Event #1 - Rob Garrett Doubles Through Jefffrey Yanchek


Blinds: 40,000/80,000
Ante: 10,000

Rob Garrett is all in and has been called by Jeffrey Yanchek.

Garrett: [kh][kd]
Yanchek: [jh][jd]

The flop comes [10c][qd][9h], leaving Garratt in the lead, but giving Yancheck and open-ended straight draw.

The [5h] turn and [7d] river are safe for Garrett and he is awarded a full double up.

Rob Garrett - 1,250,000
Jeffrey Yanchek - 3,700,000

Mike Crowne Eliminated in 10th Place ($7,872)


Blinds: 40,000/80,000
Ante: 10,000

Stefan Parchev raises to 175,000 in early position, and Jeremy Perez calls in middle position.  Next to act is Mike Crowne who shoves all in for around 400,000.  With action back on Parchev, he shoves all in, having Perez covered.  Perez tanks for a minute before mucking his [10s][10h] face up. 

Parchev: [kc][ks]
Crowne: [as][qh]

The flop comes [8s][10c][kh], giving Parchev a set of king.  Perez leans over and thanks Crowne for shoving, because he would have also flopped a set of tens and would be out of the tournament. 

"I would be out, wow," Perez says leaning back in his chair and running his hands through his hair. 

The [3h] turn and [5h] river do not improve Crowne's hand and he is eliminated in 10th place, taking home $7,872. 

Stefan Parchev - 3,500,000
Mike Crowne - Eliminated

Stefan Parchev Takes From Peter Sennon

Peter Sennon opens to 160,000 in middle position, and Stefan Parchev calls the 160,000, also in middle position.

Sennon leads for 225,000 when the flop comes [kh][6s][4s], and Parchev calls.

Both players check the [5d] turn.

Sennon checks the [6d] river, and Parchev bets 275,000.  Sennon thinks for over a minute before releasing his cards.

Stefan Parchev - 3,200,000
Peter Sennon - 2,400,000

Event #1 ($600 NLH) Final Table Chip Counts

Seat 1 - Mike Crowne - 615,000
Seat 2 - Rob Garrett -760,000
Seat 3 - Jon Reinhardt -2,510,000
Seat 4 - Jovy Ounthongdy - 1,100,000
Seat 5 - Carlo Sciannameo - 5,380,000
Seat 6 - Jefffrey Yanchek -4,690,000
Seat 7 - Peter Sennon -2,915,000
Seat 8 - Stefan Parchev - 2,400,000
Seat 9 - Mark Bulbulian - 2,055,000
Seat 10 - Jeremy Perez - 2,085,000

Ronald Dalgo Eliminated in 11th Place ($7,872)

Ronald Dalgo II - 11th Place - $7,872

Jovy Ounthongdy Doubles on Final Table Bubble

Jovy Ounthongdy shoves all in from the hijack, and Stefan Parchev calls in the big blind.

Parchev : [kh][qh]
Ounthongdy: [as][jh]

The board runs out [ad][6h][6c][2d][7c], granting Ounthongdy a full double.

Jovy Ounthongdy - 1,100,000
Stefan Parchev - 1,000,000

Event #1, Day 3 - Jon Reinhardt Takes From Jeffrey Yanchek

Jon Reinhardt raises to 125,000 in the cutoff, and Jeffrey Yanchek calls in the big blind.

Yanchek checks the [as][9c][3c] flop, and Reinhard continues for 125,000.  Yanchek calls.

When the turn comes the [10s], Yanchek checks a second time, and Reinhardt bets 200,000.  Yanchek calls.

When the river comes the [4d], Yanchek checks a third time, and Reinhardt bets 125,000.  Yanchek releases his hand.

Jon Reinhardt - 2,200,000
Jeffrey Yanchek - 3,700,000

11 Players remain, and we are currently on the final table bubble.  Avg. chip stack is  2,227,272. 

LJ Sande Eliminated in 12th Place ($7,872)

LJ Sande - 12th Place - $7,872
Blinds: 30,000/60,000
Ante: 10,000

LJ Sande is all in holding [ah][8d] against Mark Bulbulian's [5c][5d] on a [10h][5h][4d] flop.

Unfortunately for Sande, the [3s] turn, and [as] river do not improve his hand, and he is eliminated in 12th place, taking home $7,872. 

Mark Bulbulian - 2,050,000
LJ Sande - Eliminated

Event #1, Day 3 - First Break

The final 12 players are now on their first 15 minute break of the day.  They will return to play 30,000/60,000 blinds with a 10,000 ante.  The avg. chip stack is currently 2,041,666. 

Welther Marmol Eliminated in 13th Place ($6,045)

Welther Marmol - 13th Place - $6,045
Jon Reinhardt raises to 150,000, and Welther Marmol shoves all in.  Reinhardt calls the all in.

Marmol: [ah][js]
Reinhardt: [10s][10c]

The flop comes [qs][6s][3c], keeping Reinhardt in the lead.  The [10d] on the turn furthers that lead, but it gives Marmol a flush draw.

The [ad] comes on the river, and Marmol is eliminated in 13th place, taking home $6,045.

Jon Reinhardt - 1,400,000
Welther Marmol - Eliminated

Dave Stefanski Eliminated in 14th Place ($6,045)


Blinds: 25,000/50,000
Ante: 5,000

Carlo Sciannameo raises to 110,000 on the button, and Dave Stefanski calls in the small blind.  Mark Bulbulian shoves all in from the big blind for 575,000.  Sciannameo raises to 1,275,000.  With action back on Stefanski he pauses to think for a few moments before announcing that he is all in.  Sciannameo looks at his cards, shrugs his shoulders, counts his chips, and slowly calls Stefanski's all-in. 

Sciannameo: [jh][js]
Stefanski: [10s][10d]
Bulbulian: [ah][qs]

The flop comes [kd][9s][3c], and the turn the [2s].  It's the [ad] on the river that ensures Bulbulian a full triple up.  Stefanski is eliminated in 14th place taking home $6,045, and Sciannameo takes the side pot. 

Mark Bulbulian - 2,150,000
Carlo Sciannameo - 4,900,000
Dave Stefanski - Eliminated

Dave Stefanski - 14th Place - $6,045

Event #1 - LJ Sande Takes From Carlo Sciannameo

On a board reading [8c][6d][3h], LJ Sande checks in middle position, and Carlo Sciannameo bets 125,000.  Sande calls, leaving himself 500,000 behind. 

When the [qh] comes on the turn, Sande checks, and Sciannameo checks behind. 

Sande again checks the [jd] river, and Scaiannameo checks while saying, "You hit it huh?" 

Sande turns over [6c][6s] for a set of sixes to take the pot, and Sciannameo mucks his hand. 

LJ Sande - 850,000
Carlo Sciannameo - 3,400,000

Event #1 - Final 14 Chip Counts

Current Level:  28
Blinds: 25,000/50,000
Ante: 5,000
Chip Average:  1,750,000

Carlo Sciannameo -5,200,000
Stefan Parchev - 1,800,000
David Stefanski - 1,800,000
Mark Bulbulian - 800,000
LJ Sande - 600,000
Mike Crowe - 1,125,000
Jon Reinhardt - 1,550,000
Ronald Dalgo II - 2,200,000
Welther Marmol - 725,000
Jovy Ounthongdy - 600,000
Jeremy Perez - 2,300,000
Jefffrey Yanchek - 2,100,000
Rob Garrett - 1,100,000
Peter Sennon -3,000,000

Bobby Corcione Eliminated in 15th Place ($6,045)

Blinds; 25,000/50,000
Ante: 5,000

Bobby Corcione opens from under the gun, and Dave Stefanski shoves all from the small blind.  Corcione quickly calls.

Corcione: [kh][ks]
Stefanski: [ah][kc]

The flop comes [as][6h][2s], giving Stefanski the higher pair.  The [2c] turn and [10s] river do not improve Corcione's hand, and he is eliminated in 15th place, taking home $6,045.

Dave Stefanski - 2,175,000
Bobby Corcione - Eliminated

Bobby Corcione - 15th Place - $6,045

Event #1 - Rob Garrett Doubles Through Jon Reinhardt

Action folds to Rob Garrett in the cutoff who shoves all in.  Jon Reinhardt calls in the small blind. 

Garrett:  [kh][kd]
Reinhardt: [ac][ks]

The board runs out [7h][4h][4d][6h][qh], giving Garrett the flush, and awarding him a full double. 

Rob Garrett - 800,000
Jon Reinhardt - 1,300,000


Eric Siegel Eliminated in 16th Place ($5,416)

Eric Siegel - 16th Place - $5,416
Blinds: 20,000/40,000
Ante: 5,000

LJ Sande raises to 80,000 from under the gun.  Mark Bulbulian calls on the button, and Bobby Corcione calls in the small blind.  With action on Eric Siegel in the big blind he says, "Alright boys, go back to your cages," as he moves all of his 510,000 chips forward.  (Siegel's quote was in reference to a movie quote Carlo Sciannameo was talking about the previous hand).

Sande calls the 510,000, and with action back on Bulbulian, he announces that he is also all in, having Sande covered.  Corcione quickly folds, and Sande goes into the tank.  Over three minutes pass before Sandee reluctantly releases his hand.

Bulbulian turns over [ac][kd], and Siegel shows [qs][qd].

The flop falls safe for Siegel, but the king on the turn gives Bulbulian a bigger pair.  Unfortunately for Siegel the river does not bring the queen he needs, and he is eliminated in 16th place, taking home $5,416. 

Soheb Porbandarwala Eliminated in 17th ($5,416)

Soheb Porbandarwala - 17th Place - $5,416

Event #1 - Bobby Corcione Doubles Through Stefan Parchev


Blinds:  20,000/40,000
Ante:  5,000

Stefan Parchev raises to 80,000 in the cutoff, and Bobby Corcione shoves all in for 440,000 in the big blind.  Parchev calls.

Parchev; [5d][5h]
Corcione: [as][7d]

The [6d][6s][3s] flop fell safe for Parchev.  The [9s] turn was also safe, but gave Corcione a lot more outs to win the pot.

The [10s] on the river brings one of Corcione's flush outs, and he is awarded a full double up.

Bobby Corcione -   940,000
Stefan Parchev - 1,200,000

Event #5 ($300 NLH w/ Re-Entires) Now Under Way

Event #5, the $300 No Limit Hold Em w/ Re-Entries is now under way.  This tournament boasts a $75,000 guarantee, 20,000 starting stack, and 30 minute levels.  Players are allowed to enter/re-enter until the start of level 9.  Full structure is available here.



Schedule For Wed. Mar. 16th Foxwoods Poker Classic

9am:
$60 No Limit Hold Em

11am:
Event #5, $300 No Limit Hold Em
$75,000 Guaranteed
($260 Buy-in / $40 Entry Fee)
With Re-Entries
Players start with 20,000 in non-value tournament chips
Levels: 30 minutes
Registration open until the start of level9
Full structure is available here.

12pm:
Event #1, $600 No Limit Hold Em w/Re-Entries DAY 3

3pm:
$200 Mega Super Satellite  (Win a $1,650 Voucher)
2 Seats Guaranteed

6pm:
$120 No Limit Hold Em
$10,000 Guaranteed

8:30pm:
$100 No Limit Hold Em Bounty

A full schedule for this Mega Stack Series is available here.

Event #1, Day 3 - Returning 17 Players (By Seat Draw)

Table 1:
Seat 1 - Carlo Sciannameo - 3,020,000
Seat 2 - Stefan Parchev - 1,700,000
Seat 3 - David Stefanski - 780,000
Seat 4 - Mark Bulbulian - 1,800,000
Seat 5 - Bobby Corcione - 450,000
Seat 6 - EMPTY
Seat 7 - Eric Siegel - 520,000
Seat 8 - LJ Sande - 1,720,000
Seat 9 - Mike Crowe - 725,000

Table 2:  
Seat 1 - Jon Reinhardt - 1,705,000
Seat 2 - Soheb Porbandarwala - 2,280,000
Seat 3 - Ronald Dalgo II - 2,405,000
Seat 4 - Welther Marmol - 455,000
Seat 5 - Jovy Ounthongdy - 1,265,000
Seat 6 - Jeremy Perez - 1,195,000
Seat 7 - Jefffrey Yanchek - 2,120,000
Seat 8 - Rob Garrett - 1,600,000
Seat 9 - Peter Sennon - 1,600,000

Event #1, Day 3 - Returning 17 Players (By Chip Count)

Carlo Sciannameo - 3,020,000
Ronald Dalgo II - 2,405,000
Soheb Porbandarwala - 2,280,000
Jefffrey Yanchek - 2,120,000
Mark Bulbulian - 1,800,000
LJ Sande - 1,720,000
Jon Reinhardt - 1,705,000
Stefan Parchev - 1,700,000
Rob Garrett - 1,600,000
Peter Sennon - 1,600,000
Jovy Ounthongdy - 1,265,000
Jeremy Perez - 1,195,000
David Stefanski - 780,000
Mike Crowe - 725,000
Eric Siegel - 520,000
Welther Marmol - 455,000
Bobby Corcione - 450,000

Event #1, Day 2 Cashers (27th-18th)

The following players have been eliminated from play, all cashing for $3,210:

27 - Not Disclosed  $3,715
26 - Michael Ciampa  $3,715
25 - Greg Himmelbrand  $3,715
24 - Dilipkumar Patel  $4,282
23 - Fred Paradis - $4,282
22 - Avi Raich - $4,282
21 - Frank Tavolcci - $4,849
20 - Ronald McGinnity -  $4,849
19 - Kimberley Mahan - $4,849
18 - Dionissios Panagopoulos - $5,416

Event #1, Day 2 - Six More Hands

Six more hands will be dealt before bag and tag for the night in Event #1 ($600 NLH).

Event #4 ($300 NLH Big Stack) Final Table w/ Chip Counts

Seat 1 - Andrew Goldstein - 2,515,000
Seat 2 - Chris Orme - 505,000
Seat 3 - Je Wook Oh - 745,000
Seat 4 - Flynn Manalaysay - 595,000
Seat 5 - Kyle Merron - 730,000
Seat 6 - Vinh Dang - 1,045,000
Seat 7 - Ben Nakhoul - 885,000
Seat 8 - William Trask - 260,000
Seat 9 - Elizabeth Ahl - 525,000
Seat 10 - Anthony Magistrale - 700,000

Seat 1 - Andrew Goldstein
Seat 2 - Chris Orme
Seat 3 - Je Wook Oh
Seat 4 - Flynn Manalaysay
Seat 5 - Kyle Merron
Seat 6 - Vinh Dang
Seat 7 - Ben Nakhoul
Seat 8 - William Trask
Seat 9 - Elizabeth Ahl
Seat 10 - Anthony Magistrale