Executive Poker Tour winners announced

Lee Childs
Lee Childs adds more to his poker bankroll.

The inaugural Executive Poker Tour events played at the end of October at the Trump Taj Mahal in Atlantic City, and now the results have finally been released. The biggest news from the events was Lee Childs winning the main event of the three-tournament series.

Lee Childs is the seventh-place finisher from the 2007 World Series of Poker Main Event. He won more than $700,000 for his WSOP cash and now he adds another $52,240 with the Executive Poker Tour main event win.

The main event had a $2,500 buy-in and took place Oct. 26. The top six players were:

Place Name Prize
1st Lee Childs $52,240
2nd Frank Noussis $28,435
3rd Kelly Pasier $18,150
4th Demetrios Kappatos $12,100
5th Menan Saydem $6,050
6th Sang J. Huang $3,025

The first event of the tournament was a $500 buy-in No-Limit Hold'em tournament Oct. 24. The final-table results were:

Place Name Prize
1st Eliano Mesquita $11,316
2nd Joseph Cramer $6,506
3rd Mok Felix $3,394
4th Ronald Pickrel $1,980
5th Christian Cardillo $1,555
6th Robert Manscairdo $1,274
7th Malik Stewart $991
8th Nenezic Danilo $708
9th Chaim Appel $566

The second event of the tournament was a $1,000 buy-in No-Limit Hold'em tournament Oct. 25. The top five players were:

Place Name Prize
1st Andrew Weinstein $12,015
2nd Alexandros Stamoulis $6,675
3rd Gary Schoengold $4,005
4th Raymond Carreras $2,670
5th Robert Willis $1,335

The next Executive Poker Tour tournaments are expected to play in Atlantic City again in January.

Related Article: Executive Poker Tour to Debut at Trump Taj Mahal

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