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2012 43rd Annual World Series of Poker

Sunday, June 03, 2012 to Tuesday, June 05, 2012

Event #10: $5,000 Seven Card Stud

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  • Buy-in: $5,000
  • Prizepool: $681,500
  • Entries: 145
  • Remaining: 0

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Tuesday, June 5, 2012 5:35 PM Local Time

Tim Finne

Tim Finne brought it in with the   and then called after Huu Vinh completed and John Monnette raised. Vinh also came along for the ride, but checked the turn. That opened the door for Monnette to bet, which both Finne and Vinh called. Fifth street saw Monnette lead out with a bet, Finne raise and Vinh get out of the way.

Monnette made the call, check-called a bet on sixth and then check-folded on seventh.

Finne: (x-x) /      / (x)
Monnette: (x-x) /      / (x)
Vinh: (x-x) /    fold

John Monnette540,000-135,000
Timothy Finne270,000150,000
Tuesday, June 5, 2012 5:22 PM Local Time

Huu Vinh completed with the   only to have John Monnette raise with the  . The rest of the field got out of the way, Vinh called, and Monnette put out a bet on the turn. Vinh would call that bet, plus on on fifth, before betting on sixth after a check from Monnette. The latter made the call and then led out on seventh, which Vinh paid off.

Vinh: (x-x) /      / (x)
Monnette:     /     

Monnette caught two pair on the river as Vinh shot out of his chair to get a good look at his opponent's holdings. He stared for a few moments and then sent his cards to the muck.

John Monnette675,000115,000
Huu Vinh370,000-80,000
Tuesday, June 5, 2012 5:12 PM Local Time

Bryn Kenny

Tim Finne brought it in with the   and then called Bryn Kenney's completion. Te turn saw Finne check-raise Kenney's bet, only to have the latter three-bet. Finne put in another raise and Kenney called off.

Finne:    /      /  
Kenney:    /      /  

Kenney was behind when the money went in and needed some help, which he found on fifth street when the   gave him two pair. Finne was unable to improve upon his pocket pair of kings and Kenney secured a double.

Bryn Kenney161,00091,000
Timothy Finne130,000-50,000
Tuesday, June 5, 2012 5:02 PM Local Time

After John Monnette brought it in, Huu Vinh completed and Bryn Kenney made the call. Monnette came along for the ride and it was three-way action to the turn, which saw Vinh bet out. Kenney opted to get out of the way while Monnette called. Fifth street paired Monnette and he led out, but Vinh presented him with a raise. Monnette made the call and then turned right around and led out on sixth.

This time Vinh called, but he'd soon bet on seventh after Monnette check. "Finally got there?" Monnette asked before folding.

"Got where?" Vinh asked innocently as he raked in the pot.

Vinh: (x-x) /      / (x)
Monnette: (x-x) /      / (x)
Kenney: 9x-x) /    fold

John Monnette495,000-135,000
Huu Vinh450,00080,000
Tuesday, June 5, 2012 4:57 PM Local Time
Level: 22
Blinds: 12000/24000
Ante: 3000
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Tuesday, June 5, 2012 4:51 PM Local Time

Huu Vinh

Huu VInh, who final tabled the $1,500 Seven Card Stud event a few days ago, just won a nice pot off the chip leader. It happened after Vinh completed with the   and then called a raise by John Monnette. Vinh proceeded to check-call bets on the next three streets before betting seventh, which inspired Monnette to fold his hand.

Monnette: (x-x) /     
Vinh: (x-x) /      / (x)

John Monnette630,000-90,000
Huu Vinh370,00035,000
Tuesday, June 5, 2012 4:45 PM Local Time

Raymond Dehkharghani - 8th place

A series of raises saw Raymond Dehkharghani all in on third and at risk against Tim Finne.

Dehkharghani:    /      /  
Finne:    /      /  

Dehkharghani's sevens were in the lead when the money went in, but he feel behind when Finne paired his queen on the turn. Neither fifth nor sixth streets were overly exciting, but seventh, which gave Finne two pair, left Dehkharghani in need of the case seven on the river to survive. He squeezed it out and it was four-across and a club, but it turned out to be the useless  . With that, Dehkharghani exited in eighth place for $22,332.

Timothy Finne150,00041,000
Raymond Dehkharghani0-82,000
Tuesday, June 5, 2012 4:35 PM Local Time

Mark Dickstein had the bring-in with the   and ended up calling Bryn Kenney's completion. Dickstein then called a cet on the turn before calling Kenney's all-in bet of 18,000 on fifth street.

Dickstein:    /      /  
Kenney:    /      /  

Dickstein ended with two pair, but it was second best to Kenney's sixth-street straight.

Mark Dickstein270,000-20,000
Bryn Kenney100,00040,000
Tuesday, June 5, 2012 4:32 PM Local Time

Tom Finne brought it in with the   and then folded after Jeff Lisandro completed and Perry Friedman called. The turn saw Lisandro bet and Friedman call, action that would repeat itself on each subsequent street.

Friedman: (x-x) /      / (x)
Lisandro:     /     

The five-time bracelet winner made aces up and took down the pot.

Perry Friedman325,000-85,000
Jeff Lisandro290,00075,000
Tuesday, June 5, 2012 4:16 PM Local Time

Perry Friedman

Perry Friedman had the bring in with the   and then called the completion by Bryn Kenney, who was showing the  . Friedman proceeded to call bets on both the turn and fifth street before taking the lead and betting sixth. We didn't catch Kenney's card on sixth, but the result was the same as he folded his hand.

Kenney: (x-x) /    (x)
Friedman: (x-x) /     

Perry Friedman410,00045,000
Bryn Kenney60,000-42,000
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Tuesday, June 5, 2012 4:09 PM Local Time

The players have returned to their seats and the tournament director, Robbie Thompson, has given the introductions. The cards are now back in the air with approximately 45 minutes remaining in Level 21.

Tuesday, June 5, 2012 3:53 PM Local Time

The final nine players are now on a short break as they relocate to the ESPN Main Stage.

Tuesday, June 5, 2012 3:52 PM Local Time

The Official Final Table

SeatPlayerChips
1John Monnette547,000
2Jeff Lisandro215,000
3Mark Dickstein336,000
4Tim Finne109,000
5Bryn Kenney102,000
6Huu Vinh404,000
7Perry Friedman365,000
8Raymond Dehkharghani82,000
Tuesday, June 5, 2012 3:47 PM Local Time

Eugene Katchalov

Eugene Katchalov completed with the   and Dickstein called with the   showing. The latter then called a bet on the turn before taking the lead and betting out on fifth. Katchalov made the call and then bet when Dickstein checked sixth.

Dickstein woke up with a check-raise, Katchalov called and then Dickstein bet seventh. Katchalov made the call, leaving himself just 4,000 behind.

Katchalov: (x-x) /      / (x)
Dickstein:     /     

Dickstein's full house was good as Katchalov mucked. On the very next hand, Katchalov put 3,000 in for the ante and committed his last 1,000. Fittingly, it was Dickstein who would finish him off and send him to the payout desk in ninth place.

Mark Dickstein336,000211,000
Eugene Katchalov0-104,000
Tuesday, June 5, 2012 3:42 PM Local Time

John Monnette completed with the   and then called a raise from Bryn Kenney, who was showing the  . Monnette then check-called a bet by Kenney before check-raising a bet on fifth. Kenney not only called that bet, but one on sixth street as well. Both players then checked seventh and Monnette rolled over a pair of aces.

Monnette:     /     
Kenney: (x-x) /      / (x)

John Monnette550,00083,000
Bryn Kenney120,000-83,000
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Tuesday, June 5, 2012 3:18 PM Local Time
John Monnette467,000-13,000
Perry Friedman422,000-28,000
Huu Vinh394,00044,000
Jeff Lisandro232,00022,000
Bryn Kenney203,0003,000
Timothy Finne132,000-48,000
Mark Dickstein125,00040,000
Eugene Katchalov104,00044,000
Raymond Dehkharghani93,000-67,000
Tuesday, June 5, 2012 3:08 PM Local Time

Players are now on their first 20-minute break of the day.

Tuesday, June 5, 2012 3:07 PM Local Time

Jeff Lisandro completed and was called by Eugene Katchalov, who ended up raising the 2009 Player of the Year's bet on the turn. Lisandro made the call and then called bets by Katchalov on every street.

Lisandro:     /     
Katchalov: (x-x) /      / (x)

Jeff Lisandro210,00070,000
Eugene Katchalov60,000-90,000
Tuesday, June 5, 2012 2:53 PM Local Time

Unofficial Final Table

SeatPlayerChips
1John Monnette480,000
2Jeff Lisandro140,000
3Mark Dickstein85,000
4Tim Finne180,000
5Bryn Kenney200,000
6Huu Vinh350,000
7Perry Friedman450,000
8Eugene Katchalov150,000
9Raymond Dehkharghani160,000
Tuesday, June 5, 2012 2:50 PM Local Time

Lee Goldman

Huu Vinh brought it in with the   and Perry Friedman completed with the  . Lee Goldman then raised with his  , which pushed Vinh from the pot. Friedman opted to make the call and then check-called a bet on the turn before check-raising fifth street. Goldman ended up calling off and discovered he was ahead.

Goldman:    /      / (x)
Friedman:    /      /  

Unfortunately for Goldman, his tens wouldn't hold up as Friedman caught a five on seventh street to eliminate him in brutal fashion. Goldman will take home $18,693 for finishing in tenth place.

Perry Friedman450,000160,000
Lee Goldman0-150,000
Velo 690x150