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Lisandro is the Stud!

Jeffrey Lisandro
Number One Stud.

Jeffrey Lisandro has taken the bracelet, watch and $118,426 for first place, beating out Nick Frangos in blistering heads-up action. Frangos takes $65,902 for the knowledge he is second stud.

Lisandros showed 9 8 A 5 to Frangos' J J 7 2. On fourth and fifth streets, Frangos bet -- on fifth Lisandros re-raised Nick all-in. Nick called to show Q-K to Jeffrey's aces in the hole, and the main stage crowd went wild in approval of our number one stud.

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Marc 2014-04-30 09:27:20

What was the buy-in? The higher the buy-in, the more likely BB has a decent hand. Even so, I'd probably fold to the initial raise, since I've got fewer ways to improve than just about any credible opposing hand.

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Coburn Cut!

Nesbitt Coburn is done and we're going heads up at the ESPN Final Table.

Coburn got it all in on sixth street holding K J 2 4 but Nick Frangos had the 8 10 3 2.

In the end, Frangos made two pair and Nesbitt had just a pair of fours. He'll cash $42,643 for third as Frangos goes heads up with Jeffrey Lisandro for the gold!

 

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Down to Three!

Severin Walser
Walser wasted!

We're now three handed as Severin Walser has hit the rail in fourth.

Walser will pick up $28,105 after getting his stack in the middle on third. In the end, he made two pair, nines and fives, but was beaten by Nick Frangos' Aces and Kings.

Frangos has managed to build his stack up over $380,000 and has a slim chip lead over Jeffrey Lisandro and Nesbitt Corbin with more than $230,000 each.

It's really anybody's game with the huge limits on this level.

 

 

 

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Oh Danny Boy!

Daniel Negreanu
Tough day for Danny!
It turned out Daniel Negreanu's chip lead was short lived and with the limits so high, losing a few pots was all it took to get him short stacked.

He met his end when he picked up a pair of Jacks on thirds street and ran into Severin Walser's rolled up dueces. Walser hit a set and Daniel could not find a third Jack to double up.

He'll pick up $21,321 for fifth and then there were four!

 

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Gone!

Two players have been eliminated as the final five have headed out on a short break.

David Brody was eliminated first in seventh when his set of eights was beaten by Greg Pappas' seventh street straight.

Pappas was popped a few hands later in sixth when he went all in on third street with just the 10 showing. Nesbitt Coburn made the call and managed to make a King high straight.

Pappas picks up $16,282 for sixth and we're five handed.

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Negreanu Leads!

After taking control on the first hand of the day by raking a $60,000 pot from chip leader Jeffrey Lisandro, Daniel Negreanu has moved into top spot.

Once taking on the chip boss role Negreanu began to play the heavy putting pressure on the smaller stacks around the table.

Showing Q J 4 6 against Greg Pappas' 2 A 6 J Daniel sat quietly as Pappas checked blind on seventh street. Then he got a little loud betting in the dark. Pappas folded and Negreanu picked up another pot worth over $40,000.

Lisandro survives

Lisandro came in chip leader, but is now playing with a short stack. It got a little bigger, however, when he got all his chips in the middle with J 4 4 10 against Greg Pappas and his 10 A Q K.

It looked as though any face card would send Lisandro to the rail, but Pappas missed on seventh street. Lisandro actually hit another four and doubled up to stay in the tournament.

 

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Ben Bows Out!

Frashad "Ben" Cohen has been eliminated in 8th place and will pick up $8,916 for his troubles.

Ben got his chips in the middle on third street with the best of it, holding Q-Q-A against Daniel Negreanu's 8-9-J.

He continued to have Daniel's number on fourth and fifth street, but Daniel picked up the 10 on sixth street for the up and down straight draw. Seventh street was dealt down, but Daniel took one look and quickly turned up the Q for the straight.

Cohen did not improve and became the first casualty of the day.

Severin Doubles

A few hands earlier Severin Walser was put all in by Negreanu on third street, but had a pair of Aces. Daniel had Kings, but could not improve and Walser doubled up!

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Shuffle Up And Deal!

We are a little behind schedule, as is tradition with the WSOP, but we are finally playing some cards.

It is currently Level 16 and Daniel is on the hunt for his first 2007 WSOP bracelet. Jeff Lisandro is also at the table and he's also the current chip leader.

Here are the official seatings and chip counts:

1. Daniel Negreanu $164,500
2. Greg Pappas $144,000
3. Nick Frangos $90,500
4. David Brody $46,000
5. Nesbitt Coburn $150,000
6. Jeffrey Lisandro $195,000
7. Severin Walser $24,000
8. Farshad Cohen $75,500

These chip counts are courtesy of www.worldseriesofpoker.com

Snarky commentary courtesy of www.pokerlistings.com

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Event Name Event 32, Seven Card Stud
Venue Rio All-Suite Hotel and Casino, Las Vegas
Date 19 June 2007
Final Day 20 June 2007
Buy In $2,000
Entrants 213
Prize Pool $387,660
First Prize $118,426
Level Ante Blinds
Level 1 5 0/0
Level 2 10 0/0
Level 3 15 0/0
Level 4 25 0/0
Level 5 25 0/0
Level 6 50 0/0
Level 7 75 0/0
Level 8 100 0/0
Level 9 100 0/0
Level 10 200 0/0
Level 11 200 0/0
Level 12 300 0/0
Level 13 500 0/0
Level 14 500 0/0
Level 15 1000 0/0
Level 16 1500 0/0
Level 17 2000 0/0
Level 18 2000 0/0
Level 19 3000 0/0
Level 20 5000 0/0
Level 21 7000 0/0
Level 22 10000 0/0
Level 23 15000 0/0

Jeffrey Lisandro
wins
$118,426

Event 32, Seven Card Stud

Top Money Finishers Prize
1. Jeffrey Lisandro $118,426
2. Nick Frangos $65,902
3. Nesbitt "Nez" Coburn $42,643
4. Severin Walser $28,105
5. Daniel Negreanu $21,321
6. Gregory Pappas $16,282
7. David Brody $12,405
8. Farshad Cohen $8,916
9. Howard Lederer $6,203
10. Mel Judah $6,203