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Mark Schmid Wins Latest $1,000 No-Limit Hold'em Event at 2011 World Series of Poker (Latest News About Casino, Poker, Baccarat in Philippines)

Mark Schmid Wins Latest $1,000 No-Limit Hold'em Event at 2011 World Series of Poker
Article ID 00041143
Author Brian Pempus
Date JULY 27 2022
The 2011 World Series of Poker has a new $1,000 no-limit hold’em champion in poker pro Mark Schmid . The Michigan native took down his first major live tournament for a massive score of $488,000, after outlasting a field of 3,144 over the course of three days of play. The final table was grueling, as action went into the wee hours of Wednesday morning. Schmid, who came into the final table with a large chip lead, eventually fell off the top spot during the extensive battle. However, the 31-year-old remained resilient en route to winning one of the biggest live poker tournaments the world has ever seen. Here are the elimination hands, as featured in Card Player’s live updates: Jeremy Kottler Eliminated in 9th Place ($36,473) Jeremy Kottler open-shoved the button for 330,000 before the flop and Jonathan Clancy called from the big blind. Clancy lead with A J against Kottler’s A 2 . The board came J 8 6 3 7 , giving Clancy top pair on the flop to win the pot. Jeremy Kottler was the first one eliminated in 9th place ($36,473). Michael Souza Eliminated in 8th Place ($47,622) Michael Souza open-shoved for 410,000 before the flop and Mark Schmid called from the big blind. Souza turned over 3 3 while Schmid showed K Q . The board came 7 4 2 Q 9 , giving Schmid top pair on the turn to win the pot. Michael Souza was eliminated in 8th place ($47,622). Robbie Verspui Eliminated in 7th Place ($62,873) Andrew Rudnik opened for 125,000 before the flop, Robbie Verspui moved all in and Rudnik called. Rudnik lead with A A against Verspui’s A J . The board came J 7 4 Q 5 , giving Verspui a jack on the flop, but he failed to improve by the river and was eliminated in 7th place ($62,873). Benjamin Volpe Eliminated in 6th Place ($83,925) Benjamin Volpe open-shoved for 735,000 before the flop and Jonathan Clancy called from the small blind. Clancy lead with with A A against Volpe’s Q J . The board came J 8 6 4 2 , giving Volpe a pair on the flop, but he failed to improve by the river and was eliminated in 6th place ($83,925). Trevor Vanderveen Eliminated in 5th Place ($113,297) Jonathan Clancy doubled through Trever Vanderveen earlier in the level, knocking him down to about 1.3 million. Shortly after, Vanderveen three-bet shoved all in for about 1,000,000 before the flop with A J and was called by Justin Cohen’s Q Q . The board came K 8 7 2 6 , no help for Treveor Vanderveen who was eliminated in 5th place ($11,297). Justin Cohen went on to take the chip lead that hand with roughly 3.3 million. Jonathan Clancy Eliminated in 4th Place ($154,722) Jonathan Clancy open-shoved the short stack for 700,000 before the flop and Justin Cohen called. Clancy had the lead with J J while Cohen had a draw with K Q . The board came 9 8 3 K 3 , giving Cohen top pair on the turn to win the pot. Jonathan Clancy was eliminated in 4th Place ($154,722). Andrew Rudnik Eliminated in 3rd Place ($213,747) Justin Cohen button-raised to 200,000 before the flop, Andrew Rudnik reraised to 800,000 from the big blind, Cohen shoved and Rudnik called all in. Rudnik’s J J was ahead of Cohen’s A K . The board came A K 10 6 4 , giving Cohen top pair on the flop to win the pot. Andrew Rudnik was eliminated in 3rd place ($213,747) and heads-up play between Justin Cohen and Mark Schmid began shortly after. With the elimination of Andrew Rudnik in 3rd place, Mark Schmid took the chip lead going into heads-up play with 5,620,000 to Justin Cohen’s 3,810,000. Justin Cohen Eliminated in 2nd Place ($302,031) Mark Schmid completed the small blind and Justin Cohen checked the big blind. The flop came K 10 7 and both players checked. The turn was the 7 , and once again both players checked. The river was the A , Cohen checked, Schmid bet 450,000, Cohen check-raised all in and Schmid called. Cohen turned over J 7 for trip sevens on the turn, but Schmid showed Q Q for a flush on the river to win the pot. Justin Cohen was eliminated in 2nd place ($302,031) while Mark Schmid wins the gold bracelet in Event #34 and the $488,283 grand prize. For all of the latest WSOP information, check out Card Player’s WSOP landing page

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