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Monday, March 25, 2019

Soukha Kachtitavong Wins the $2,500 FPC Championship NLH ($101,827)

The Foxwoods Poker Classic $2,500 Championship NLH $300,000 Guaranteed event drew a total of 183 entries creating a prize pool of over $400,000.

When the smoke cleared Soukha Kachittavong was the last man standing to cap off his incredible series.

It was a Foxwoods Poker Classic for the ages for Kachittavong to put it lightly. He started the series off with a deep run in Event 1 and he was just warming up.

Kachittavong then won Event 2 the 400 entry $300 Big Stack NLH for over $16,000 and the FPC trophy. He locked up his third cash of the series with another final appearance taking 3rd in the Six Max NLH event for nearly $5,000.

 Kachittavong wasted no time putting his chips to work here in the FPC Championship bagging the chip lead on Day 1B and he returned 2nd on the chip counts to start Day 2.

It was smooth sailing throughout the second day of Championship play for Kachittavong and 11 players returned on Day 3. Kachittavong was near the bottom of the chip counts but he found an early double and was off an running.

With just four players remaining Kachittavong won the largest pot of the tournament holding pocket aces against the pocket queens of Dave Stefanski and never looked back.

Kachittavong has been on an incredible heater as of late and he will take home $101,827 and the FPC trophy bringing his live career tournament earnings to nearly $1,300,000.

Below is a look at the $2,500 FPC Championship NLH final table results and the full results will be posted as soon as they're available.

1. Soukha Kachittavong- $101,827+FPC Trophy
2. Paul Snead- $65,532
3. Galen Hall- $41,537
4. Dave Stefanski- $33,270
5. George Rakitzis- $25,204
6. Aleksey Filatov- $19,963
7. Brad Noonan- $16,130
8. Andrew Kloc- $13,107
9. David Mock- $10,491
10. Eric Vogel- $7,258

$2,500 Championship NLH: 2nd Place- Paul Snead ($65,532)

$2,500 FPC Championship NLH (Re-Entry)
$300,000 GTD
Level 28: 30,000/60,000/30,000 BB Ante
Total Entries: 183
Players Remaining: 1
Livestream Feature Table Link:

Paul Snead

Soukha Kachittavong limped in and Paul Snead raised to 410,000. Kachittavong made it 1,100,000 and Snead moved all in for 2,850,000.

"I've won a couple tournaments with this hand that's why I'm going to call" said Kachittavong after thinking it over for a bit.

Snead turned over 2♦️2♥️ and Kachittavong did one better as he tabled 3♥️3♠️. The board ran out A♣️10♥️10♦️6♥️4♦️ and Kachittavong's pocket threes held up.

The two players shook hands and Snead is our FPC Championship NLH runner up earning $65,532 for his efforts.

$2,500 Championship NLH: Heads-Up, Soukha Leads

$2,500 FPC Championship NLH (Re-Entry)
$300,000 GTD
Level 27: 25,000/50,000/25,000 BB Ante
Total Entries: 183
Players Remaining: 2
Livestream Feature Table Link:

With the elimination of Galen Hall in third we are now heads-up here in the FPC Championship NLH. Soukha Kachittavong is holding more than a 2-1 chip lead and he's closing on his second FPC title of the series.

Soukha Kachittavong- 5,320,000
Paul Snead- 2,000,000


1. $101,827
2. $65,532

$2,500 Championship NLH: 3rd Place- Galen Hall ($41,537)

$2,500 FPC Championship NLH (Re-Entry)
$300,000 GTD
Level 27: 25,000/50,000/25,000 BB Ante
Total Entries: 183
Players Remaining: 2
Livestream Feature Table Link:

Galen Hall

Galen Hall raised to 125,000 and Soukha Kachittavong re-raised to 450,000 from the big blind. Kachittavong moved all in and Hall called for his last 1,500,000.

Kachittavong turned over J♠️J♣️ and it was a classic coin flip with Hall holding A♠️Q♥️. The dealer fanned the J♦️9♠️4♠️ flop and Kachittavong improved to top set to put a hammerlock on the hand. 

The turn 8♦️ and river 5♠️ were no help to Hall and he was eliminated in 3rd place earning $41,537 for his efforts. 

Soukha Kachittavong- 5,200,000

$2,500 Championship NLH: 4th Place- Dave Stefanski ($33,270)

$2,500 FPC Championship NLH (Re-Entry)
$300,000 GTD
Level 27: 25,000/50,000/25,000 BB Ante
Total Entries: 183
Players Remaining: 3
Livestream Feature Table Link:

Dave Stefanski

Soukha Kachittavong raised to 100,000 and Dave Stefanski moved all in for 600,000 from the small blind.

It folded back to Kachittavong who quickly called turning over 9♦️9♥️ and Stefanski showed A♦️6♥️. 

The board ran out K♥️Q♠️7♠️9♣️10♣️ improving Kachittavong to set of nines and Stefanski was eliminated in 3rd place earning $33,270. 

Soukha Kachittavong- 4,500,000