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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 2:43 PM Local Time

Cyndy Violette

Mark Dickstein brought it in with the   and watched as Cyndy Violette completed. John Monnette then put in a raise, Dickstein called and Violette three-bet. Both Monnette and Dickstein called before the former double-bet the turn. Dickstein got out of the way while Violette called off.

Monnette:    /      /  
Violette:    /      /  

Violette was behind Monnette's two pair, but she managed to pull ahead on fifth street with jacks and tens. Unfortunately for her, Monnette would catch the improbable seven on seventh to fill up and send her home in 11th place.

John Monnette530,000175,000
Cyndy Violette0-150,000
Tuesday, June 5, 2012 2:36 PM Local Time

After Tim Finne brought it in with the  , Raymond Dehkharghani completed and was met with a raise by Jeff Lisandro. Finne got out of the way, Dehkharghani called and then Lisandro fired out on the turn. Dehkharghani called, which he would do on fifth street as well, before he bet on sixth after Lisandro checked. This time the 2009 WSOP Player of the Year did the calling, though he would ultimately check-fold to a bet on seventh.

Lisandro: (x-x) /      / (x)
Dehkharghani: (x-x) /      / (x)

Lisandro, who started the day with a big chip lead, was left with just 25,000 after the hand. Fortunately for him, he received a double just a few hands later.

Raymond Dehkharghani160,00040,000
Jeff Lisandro50,000-95,000
Tuesday, June 5, 2012 2:30 PM Local Time

Perry Friedman's Kermit shoes... just because

Perry Friedman completed with the   and received a call from Eugene Katchalov, who was showing the  . Friedman then bet the turn and fifth street, which saw Katchalov call the first bet and then raise the other. Friedman called and the proceeded to check-call bets on both sixth and seventh streets.

Katchalov:     /     
Friedman: (x-x) /      / (x)

Katchalov's trip kings was enough to rake in the healthy pot as Friedman simply mucked his cards.

Perry Friedman290,000-50,000
Eugene Katchalov280,00060,000
Tuesday, June 5, 2012 2:25 PM Local Time

Max Pescatori

While catching the eliminations of Yuval Bronshtein and David Rosenau, another player busted over at Table 448. We're not sure of the details, but we can confirm that Max Pescatori was eliminated by Perry Friedman in 12th place.

Perry Friedman340,000157,000
Max Pescatori0-135,000
Tuesday, June 5, 2012 2:20 PM Local Time

David Rosenau was all in on the turn with two pair and up against Huu Vinh's pair of nines. The latter was looking to pair up to eliminated his opponent, which is what he did on sixth street after catching running tens. Rosenau was unable to catch and became the 13th-place finish, which earned him a $13,834 payday.

Rosenau:    /      /  
Vinh:    /      /  

Huu Vinh255,00065,000
David Rosenau0-52,000
Velo 690x150
Tuesday, June 5, 2012 2:15 PM Local Time

Yuval Bronshtein

A short-stacked Yuval Bronshtein was all in on third and the red-hot John Monnette put him at risk.

Bronshtein:    /      /  
Monnette:    /      /  

Bronshtein got it in good, but as we said before Monnette is running hot. That was evidenced by the three eights he hit in a row to send Bronshtein to the rail in 14th place.

John Monnette355,00025,000
Yuval Bronshtein0-33,000
Tuesday, June 5, 2012 2:03 PM Local Time

John Monnette completed with the   only to have Jeff Lisandro, who was showing the  , put in a raise. Monnette was the only player to make the call, and he proceeded to call another bet on the turn. Fifth street saw Lisandro check-call a bet, and that action was repeated on sixth street. Lisandro checked for a third time on seventh, and then folded to Monnette's bet.

Monnette: (x-x) /      / (x)
Lisandro: (x-x) /      / (x)

John Monnette330,000100,000
Jeff Lisandro145,000-55,000
Tuesday, June 5, 2012 1:58 PM Local Time

Mike Sexton all in

After Bryn Kenney brought it in with the  , Huu Vinh completed and Perry Friedman called. Mike Sexton then sprung to life with a raise, Kenney folded and both Vinh and Friedman called. The turn saw Sexton led out with a bet, both his opponents called, and then he committed his last 10,000 on fifth street. Again Vinh and Friedman called before the former fired out a bet on sixth and drove out the latter.

Sexton:    /      /  
Vinh:     /     
Friedman: (x-x) /      / (x)

Sexton got it in with kings but fell behind when Vinh made two pair on sixth. Sexton was drawing live on seventh, but the   blanked and he was eliminated in 15th place for $12,035. Ironically, Sexton also finished in 15th place in Event #4 $1,500 Seven Card Stud Hi-Low 8-or-Better earlier in the series.

Huu Vinh190,00090,000
Perry Friedman183,000-31,000
Mike Sexton0-28,000
Tuesday, June 5, 2012 1:52 PM Local Time
John Monnette230,00042,000
Jeff Lisandro200,000-25,000
Timothy Finne185,00052,000
Cyndy Violette150,00010,000
Raymond Dehkharghani120,000-49,000
Mark Dickstein90,000-15,000
Yuval Bronshtein33,000-39,500
Tuesday, June 5, 2012 1:46 PM Local Time
Eugene Katchalov220,00013,000
Perry Friedman214,00053,500
Bryn Kenney190,000-5,000
Lee Goldman150,00025,500
Max Pescatori135,000-35,500
Huu Vinh100,000-5,000
David Rosenau52,000-9,500
Mike Sexton28,000-34,000
Velo 690x150
Tuesday, June 5, 2012 1:34 PM Local Time

Bryn Kenney

Bryn Kenney completed showing the   only to have Huu Vinh raise with the  . From there, Kenney called, Vinh bet the turn, and Kenney called again. Fifth street saw Vinh check-raise, Kenney call and then both players checked sixth. Vinh fired out a bet on seventh, but he was met with a raise by Kenney. Vinh gave it some thought but opted to concede the hand.

Vinh: (x-x) /      / (x)
Kenney: (x-x) /      / (x)

Bryn Kenney195,00025,000
Huu Vinh105,000-74,000
Tuesday, June 5, 2012 1:20 PM Local Time

Jeff Lisandro had the bring in with the   and was soon met with a completion from Cyndy Violette. Lisandro made the call and proceeded to call bets on every street except for seventh, which both players checked.

Lisandro: (x-x) /      / (x)
Violette:     /   4c} 

Violette's aces proved to the winner as Lisandro sent his cards to the muck.

Jeff Lisandro225,000-51,500
Cyndy Violette140,00052,000
Tuesday, June 5, 2012 1:13 PM Local Time

Nick Schulman

A short-stacked Nick Schulman was all in on third while Mark Dickstein and Jeff Lisandro competed for a side pot. Lisandro ended up check-calling a bet on the turn before folding to Dickstein's lead-out bet on fifth.

Schulman:    /      /  
Dickstein:    /      /  
Lisandro: (x-x) /     fold

Dickstein held two pair and was way out in front. Schulman managed to pair his ace on sixth, meaning he was drawing live headed to seventh, but the   would be no help. Schulman finished in 16th place and will take home $12,035 for his effort.

Nick Schulman0-14,000
Tuesday, June 5, 2012 1:03 PM Local Time

Last night ended when the money bubble burst at 16 players, which meant the remaining players were given a new seat draw when bagging and tagging. Here's a look at the current two-table lineup:

Table 447

SeatPlayer
1Mark Dickstein
2Cyndy Violette
3Nick Schulman
4Tim Finne
5John Monnette
6Yuval Bronshtein
7Raymond Dehkharghani
8Jeff Lisandro

Table 448

SeatPlayer
1Perry Friedman
2Mike Sexton
3Lee Goldman
4Eugene Katchalov
5Max Pescatori
6Bryn Kenney
7Huu Vinh
8David Rosenau
Tuesday, June 5, 2012 11:55 AM Local Time

Jeff Lisandro

What began two days ago will come to an end today as the final 16 players of a 145-player field compete for their share of a $681,500 prize pool in Event #10 Seven Card Stud. The field is comprised of quality players, including our chip leader, 2009 World Series of Poker Player of the Year Jeff Lisandro. That year he won three bracelets in Stud variations, so labeling him the early favorite wouldn't be

Other players in contention for the $190,826 first-place prize include John Monnette, Cyndy Violette, Mike Sexton, Eugene Katchalov, Perry Friedman, Nick Schulman and Bryn Kenney.

Here's a look at the entire lineup here at the start of Day 3:

End of Day 2 Chip Counts

RankPlayerChips
1Jeff Lisandro276,500
2Eugene Katchalov207,000
3John Monnette188,000
4Huu Vinh179,000
5Max Pescatori170,500
6Bryn Kenney170,000
7Raymond Dehkarghani169,000
8Perry Friedman160,500
9Tim Finne133,000
10Lee Goldman124,500
11Mark Dickstein105,000
12Cyndy Violette88,000
13Yuval Bronshtein72,500
14Mike Sexton62,000
15David Rosenau43,600
16Nick Schulman14,000

Today, one of the above players will add their name to this prestigious list of winners.

Past Seven Card Stud Championship Results

YearWinnerEntrantsEarnings
2012???145$190,826
2011Bertrand "ElkY" Grospellier126$331,639
2010Men "The Master" Nguyen150$394,807
2009Freddie Ellis142$373,751
2008Eric Brooks158$415,856
2007Chris Reslock180$258,453
2006*Benjamin Lin182$256,620
2005*Jan Sorensen192$293,275

*Buy-in was $5,000

Day 3 action is set to kick off at 2 p.m., which is about an hour from now, so join us then as we bring you all the action and eliminations as we play down to a winner in Event #10 Seven Card Stud.

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