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2012 43rd Annual World Series of Poker

Saturday, June 09, 2012 to Monday, June 11, 2012

Event #20: $5,000 Limit Hold'em

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  • Buy-in: $5,000
  • Prizepool: $780,200
  • Entries: 166
  • Remaining: 0

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Monday, June 11, 2012 10:47 PM Local Time

Andrew Prock took down a other small pot when Jeff Shulman folded    on the turn of a      board, with Prock raking in the small pot. When he did so, his rail chanted a chorus of "Prock The Casbah". You have to wonder when they will run out of 80's tunes featuring the word "rock".

Monday, June 11, 2012 10:43 PM Local Time
Benjamin Scholl1,150,000235,000
Andrew Prock980,000-50,000
Jeff Shulman360,000-315,000
Monday, June 11, 2012 10:43 PM Local Time
Level: 26
Blinds: 30000/60000
Ante: 0
Monday, June 11, 2012 10:38 PM Local Time

Andrew Prock was in the big blind when he called a raise from Jeff Shulman in teh small blind. The     flop and Shulman would lead with a bet and receive a call from Prock. Both players opted to check the   turn and then Shulman would fire a bet on the   river. Prock called and then took down the hand holding   .

This time when Prock raked in the pot, his faithful rail shouted out a chorus of "Prock You Like a Hurricane," of course in the tune of the Scorpions' 80s classic.

Monday, June 11, 2012 10:29 PM Local Time

Folded to Jeff Shulman on the button, he raised it up and got the call from Benjamin Scholl in the big blind. The     flop and Scholl would check-call a bet from Shulman. A   on the turn and again Scholl would check-call. When the   hit the river, Scholl opted to lead and Shulman made the call.

Shulman's cards would slide into the muck as Scholl tabled his   .

Benjamin Scholl915,000165,000
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Monday, June 11, 2012 10:18 PM Local Time

Folded to Andrew Prock in the small blind, he raised it up and Benjamin Scholl called in the big blind. The     flop would see Prock lead and Scholl make it two bets. Prock then made it three bets and Scholl called. The   turn then saw Prock lead and Scholl call as the   completed the board on the river. Both players checked this card and Prock tabled his   , his flush enough to rake in the pot.

As Prock stacked his new chips, a chorus of "We Will Prock You," came screaming from the likes of Terrence Chan, Jerrod Ankenman and Matt Hawrilenko on the rail.

Andrew Prock1,030,000140,000
Benjamin Scholl750,000-215,000
Monday, June 11, 2012 10:10 PM Local Time

The last few hands have seen the players each get a walk. The average stack compared to the limits is a lot better now and so play may finally slow down a little.

Monday, June 11, 2012 10:05 PM Local Time

Benjamin Scholl raised it up from the button and Andrew Prock called in the big blind. The     flop would see Prock check-call a bet from Scholl. The   turn and Prock would again check and Scholl would again bet. This time Prock didn't want to rumble, sending his cards into the muck.

Monday, June 11, 2012 9:58 PM Local Time
Benjamin Scholl980,00065,000
Andrew Prock955,000367,000
Jeff Shulman590,000-225,000
Monday, June 11, 2012 9:56 PM Local Time

Just a few moments ago we told you how Martin left himself crippled. Well, now it's all over for Martin as he makes his way out the door in 4th place.

Martin's last hand began when he raised from under the gun - enough to put him all in for 39,000. Prock was in the big blind and made the call. Martin was in front with his   , while Prock's    was still live.

The       board would see the pair of twos enough to send Prock the pot and eliminate Martin. With that, we are down to three-handed.

Jesse Martin0-39,000
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Monday, June 11, 2012 9:52 PM Local Time

Jesse Martin has just played a hand that has left him crippled. Folded to Andrew Prock on the button, he raised it up and Martin made it three bets in the small blind. Prock called and a     flop was dealt. Martin led here and Prock called. The   turn would see Martin lead and Prock raise it up. Martin called and a   hit the river. This time Martin checked and Prock fired out a bet. Martin tanked, before letting his hand go and leaving himself with less than one big bet.

Jesse Martin39,000-181,000
Monday, June 11, 2012 9:47 PM Local Time

Benjamin Scholl was under the gun when he raised it up. Jeff Shulman then three-bet on the button and a call from Scholl would see a     flop hit the felt. Scholl opted to check-call here and the   hit the turn. This time when Scholl bet and Shulman bet, Scholl would check-raise. Shulman didn't want to rumble anymore, folding his cards and sending the pot to Scholl.

Benjamin Scholl915,000220,000
Jeff Shulman815,000-120,000
Monday, June 11, 2012 9:42 PM Local Time

The first hand back from the break saw Jesse Martin raise from the button and both blinds fold as he took down the pot. The blinds and limits are very high now, with Martin , the short stack, needing all the chips he can get.

Monday, June 11, 2012 9:40 PM Local Time
Level: 25
Blinds: 25000/50000
Ante: 0
Monday, June 11, 2012 9:26 PM Local Time

The players have been sent on a 20-minute break. Here is how their counts look.

Jeff Shulman935,000195,000
Benjamin Scholl695,000-215,000
Andrew Prock588,00083,000
Jesse Martin220,000-40,000
Velo 690x150
Monday, June 11, 2012 9:23 PM Local Time

Raymond Dehkharghani - 5th place

Raymond Dehkharghani is the latest player to make his way out of this tournament. The end of Dehkharghani's night began when he opened the cutoff holding   . Andrew Prock then three-bet out of the small blind and Dehkharghani quickly four-bet . Prock then capped it and Dehkharghani called and then had less than a big bet left.

The     flop would see Dehkharghani commit his last chips and the two players would turn their hands over. Dehkharghani 's    was in need of some help against Prock's    and when the   hit the turn, Dehkharghani would begin shaking everyone's hand. The meaningless   on the river changed nothing and Dehkharghani was out the door.

Raymond Dehkharghani0-146,000
Monday, June 11, 2012 9:15 PM Local Time

Prock held    when he opened the cutoff. Jesse Martin was on the button and he three-bet. Prock called and a     flop was turned over on the felt. Prock opted to check-call a bet from Martin here and then checked again when the   hit the turn. This time when Martin bet, Prock put in the raise. Martin called and a   was the last cards to hit the felt. Prock fired out on this street and Martin called before mucking his hand as Prock tabled his full house.

Andrew Prock505,000245,000
Jesse Martin260,000-320,000
Monday, June 11, 2012 9:09 PM Local Time

Benjamin Scholl and Andrew Prock took to a     flop where Prock led with a bet. Scholl made the call and the   would hit the turn. Prock opted to check here and then Scholl threw in a raise. Prock then made it two bets and Scholl promptly made it three. Prock made the call and the   hit the river. This time when Prock checked and Scholl again bet, Prock would decide to let his hand go and send the pot to Scholl.

Benjamin Scholl910,000220,000
Andrew Prock260,000-155,000
Monday, June 11, 2012 9:06 PM Local Time

Folded to Raymond Dehkharghani in the small blind, he raised it up and Jeff Shulman called in the big blind. A       board would see Dehkharghani lead every street. Shulman called on teh flop and turn, but put in a raise on the river. Dehkharghani called and then mucked his hand when Shulman turned over   .

Jeff Shulman740,000120,000
Raymond Dehkharghani146,000-129,000
Monday, June 11, 2012 9:03 PM Local Time
Benjamin Scholl690,00085,000
Jeff Shulman620,000160,000
Jesse Martin580,000300,000
Andrew Prock415,000-79,000
Raymond Dehkharghani275,000-271,000
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