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World Series of Poker -- Amir Lehavot Wins Event No. 7 (Latest News About Casino, Poker, Baccarat in Philippines)

World Series of Poker -- Amir Lehavot Wins Event No. 7
Article ID 00041162
Author Ryan Lucchesi
Date JULY 27 2022
The first $10,000 world championship of the summer has drawn to a conclusion and the champion of Event No. 7 ($10,000 pot-limit hold’em) is Amir Lehavot , who took home his first gold bracelet and a handsome first prize worth $573,456 in his third WSOP cash. As you can imagine for a world championship event, Lehavot had to overcome stiff competition at the final table, which included Michael Benvenuti , Mclean Karr . Eric Cloutier , Nicolas Levi , Stephen Chidwick , Sam Stein , and Jarred Solomon . “It definitely means a lot. It is a great achievement for a poker player. It is so tough. There are so many great players, so it feels really good to win this,” said Lehavot aster the win. Not bad, considering that this was the first live pot-limit hold’em tournament that Lehavot has ever participated in. “I think this game is very much like no-limit hold’em,” said Lehavot. He also jumped to eighth place in the Card Player Player of the Year standings with the victory. He added 1,500 points to his 2011 total thanks to the bracelet win and he now holds 2,820 points overall. Lehavot scored the bulk of his previous points when he cashed in fourth place at the World Poker Tour L.A. Poker Classic main event in March, which was good for $421,680 and 1,200 points. Here is a look at the elimination hands at the final table as featured in CardPlayer.com’s live coverage : Michael Benvenuti Eliminated in 9th Place ($52,406) Stephen Chidwick opened for a raise to 50,000 from late position, Michael Benvenuti made a pot-sized reraise and Chidwick called. The flop came J 10 7 , Chidwick bet and Benvenuti called all in. Chidwick turned over 6 6 for an underpair while Benvenuti showed A K for two overcards and a live flush draw. The turn and river were the 8 and the J , giving Chidwick two pair. Michael Benvenuti was eliminated in 9th Place ($52,406). McLean Karr Eliminated in 8th Place ($67,595) McLean Karr opened the pot for 75,000 from the button, Sam Stein made a pot-sized reraise, Karr moved all in for around 350,000 and Stein called. Stein turned over 4 4 for a pair while Karr showed A J . The board came J 9 6 7 4 , giving Karr top pair on the flop, but Stein spiked a set on the river to win the pot. McLean Karr was eliminated in 8th place ($67,596) while Sam Stein climbed up the leader board with 1.5 million in chips. Eric Cloutier Eliminated in 7th Place ($87,702) Eric Cloutier opened the pot for 57,000, Amir Lehavot reraised to 120,000 from the button and Cloutier called. The flop came 9 6 2 , Cloutier checked, Lehavot bet 75,000, Cloutier check-raised all in and Lehavot called. Lehavot turned over A A for an over pair and Cloutier was far behind with Q 7 . The turn and river were the 8 and the 2 , no help to Eric Cloutier who was eliminated in 7th place ($87,702). Lehavot crossed the two-million mark this hand, securing the chip lead as the level came to an end. Nicolas Levi Eliminated in 6th Place ($114,525) Amir Lehavot opened the pot for 65,000, Nicolas Levi reraised to 200,000, Lehavot made a pot-sized reraise and Levi called all in. Levi showed 7 7 for the lead while Lehavot showed A Q . The board came A 9 5 10 4 , giving Lehavot top pair on the flop. Nicolas Levi was eliminated in 6th place ($114,525). Thomas Vinas Eliminated in 5th Place ($150,453) Jarred Solomon opened to 70,000 from under the gun and Thomas Vinas called from the button. The flop came Q 9 7 , Solomon bet 75,000, Vinas raised to 275,000, Solomon made a pot-sized reraise, Vinas shoved and Solomon called. Vinas turned over 7 7 for bottom set while Solomon showed 9 9 for middle set. The turn and river were the 8 and the 8 , no help for Thomas Vinas who was eliminated in 5th place ($150,453) with the bottom full house. Stephen Chidwick Eliminated in 4thPlace ($198,927) Stephen Chidwick opened for 80,000 from the cutoff, Amir Lehavot reraised from the button, Chidwick shoved and Lehavot called. Chidwick turned over A 9 for the lead while Lehavot showed K J . The board came A 10 9 8 Q , giving Chidwick top pair on the flop, but Lehavot caught a gutshot on the river to make an ace-high straight and eliminate Stephen Chidwick in 4th place ($198,927). Sam Stein Eliminated in 3rd Place ($263,651) Amir Lehavot raised from the small blind, Sam Stein shoved from the big blind and Lehavot called. Lehavot turned over A K for the lead and Stein showed A 6 . The board came Q 9 5 3 7 , and Sam Stein was eliminated in 3rd place ($264,651). Jarred Solomon Eliminated in 2nd Place ($543,460) After whittling Jarred Solomon down to a 6-1 chip lead during heads-up play, only to double him up and have to do it all over again, Amir Lehavot had Solomon by about 6.5 million to 1 million when he finally got the best of him. Jarred Solomon opened the pot for 100,000 from the button, Amir Lehavot raised to 265,000 from the big blind, Solomon four-bet all in and Lehavot called. Solomon’s A J was behind Lehavot’s A Q . The board came Q Q 10 10 2d, giving Lehavot trips on the flop and a full house on the turn. Jarred Solomon was eliminated in 2nd place while Amir Lehavot grabbed the gold bracelet for Event No. 7 and the $573,456 grand prize.

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