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Chris Lee Wins $2,500 10 Game Six-Max Event at the 2011 World Series of Poker (Latest News About Casino, Poker, Baccarat in Philippines)

Chris Lee Wins $2,500 10 Game Six-Max Event at the 2011 World Series of Poker
Article ID 00041144
Author Brian Pempus
Date JULY 27 2022
The winner of the first-ever World Series of Poker $2,500 10-game mix six-handed event is Chris Lee . Lee beat out his final two competitors after Sunday’s restart to capture his first bracelet and the $255,000 first-place prize. In his first career WSOP cash, Lee outlasted an elite field of 431 entrants and survived a tough final table which include the likes of John D’Agostino , Shaun Deeb , and eventual runner-up Brian Haveson . Deeb, who is a regular in the big mix cash games at Aria, held a massive chip lead at one point during the final table, but he hit the rail in fourth during the no-limit hold’em round. The mix, which included no-limit hold’em, pot-limit Omaha, deuce-to-seven triple-draw lowball, limit hold’em, Omaha eight-or-better, razz, seven-card stud, seven-card stud eight-or-better, badugi, and no-limit deuce-to-seven lowball, was a success for the finalists, as well as the WSOP , and should return in the future. Below are the elimination hands, as featured in Card Player’s live updates: John D’Agostonio Eliminated in 6th Place ($32,200) PLO John D’Agostino began the official six-handed final table as the short stack and was the first one to go in 6th place. John D’Agostino got it all in before the flop with A Q 10 7 against Chris Lee’s K K 10 5 . Lee was ahead before the flop with a pair of kings. The board came A Q 7 10 J , giving D’Agostino top pair on the flop, but Lee made an ace-high straight on the river to win the pot. John D’Agostino was eliminated in 6th place ($32,200). Kendal Fukumoto Eliminated in 5th Place ($45,839) Triple Draw 2-7 Kendal Fukumoto button-raised before the draw and Travis Pearson called from the big blind. Pearson drew three cards while Fukumoto drew two cards. Pearson bet and Fukumoto called all in for 10,000. On the second draw, Pearson drew one card while Fukumoto drew two cards. On the third draw, Pearson and Fukumoto drew one card each. Fukumoto: J – 7 – 4 – 2 – 7 Pearson: 9 – 8 – 5 – 3 – J On the final draw, Pearson made a J – 9 while Fukumoto paired his sevens and was eliminated in 5th place ($45,839). Shaun Deeb Eliminated in 4th Place ($67,146) No-Limit Hold’em Shaun Deeb moved all in before the flop from the button and Travis Pearson called from the big blind. Pearson lead with Q 10 against Deeb’s Q 5 . The board came 9 8 6 7 3 , giving both players a straight on the river. Pearson won the pot with a ten-high straight while Shaun Deeb was eliminated in 4th place ($67,146). Travis Pearson Eliminated in 3rd Place ($101,258) No-Limit Hold’em Travis Pearson began the day as the short stack and wasted no time getting it all in on just the second hand of play. Travis Pearson button-raised to 80,000, Chris Lee reraised to 196,000 from the small blind, Pearson moved all in for about his starting stack and Lee called. Pearson lead with 10 10 against Lee’s A Q . The board came A 9 7 2 4 , giving Lee top pair on the flop to win the pot. Lee raked the pot, taking a sizable lead into heads-up play while Travis Pearson was eliminated in 3rd place ($101,258). Brian Haveson Eliminated in 2nd Place ($157,491) Triple Draw 2-7 Brian Haveson started heads-up play with a chip deficit of a little over 2:1. Lee put the pressure on early and at one point had Haveson outchipped by more than 10:1 with about 3 million to Haveson’s 300,000. Haveson quickly doubled up to stay alive, something he would do several more times this level before Lee finally dropped the hammer in a hand of Triple Draw 2-7. Brian Haveson got it all in on the second draw and Lee called. Haveson drew one while Lee stood pat. Lee showed 10 – 9 – 8 – 4 – 2 for a made ten-low while Haveson showed 8 – 7 – 5 – 2 for a live draw. Haveson bricked with a king on the final draw and was eliminated in 2nd place ($157,491). For all of the latest WSOP information, check out Card Player’s WSOP landing page .

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