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Alexander Kuzmin Wins WPT Southern Poker Championship (Latest News About Casino, Poker, Baccarat in Philippines)

Alexander Kuzmin Wins WPT Southern Poker Championship
Article ID 00041385
Author Scott McDaniel
Date JULY 27 2022
Allen Carter was poised to make history at the $10,000 World Poker Tour Southern Poker Championship final table Thursday. In the WPT ’s history no player had ever won the same event more than once. Carter won this same event in 2009, and he arrived at this year’s final table ranked second in chips, with more than double the stack of the player in third place. But sitting around him was a skilled group of players hoping to make their own history — Alexander Kuzmin , Ryan Hughes , Leif Force , Shannon Shorr and Patrick Mahoney . Despite catapulting himself into the chip lead early in the action, Carter’s bid for the record books came to an end when Russian pro Alexander Kuzmin eliminated him in third place. Kuzmin, the tables starting chip leader, proceeded to hold off a rallying Leif Force in a long heads up match and claim his first WPT championship bracelet, the $601,469 top prize and entry into the $25,000 buy-in WPT World Championship at the season’s end. Force’s runner-up finish was good for $315,790. Here are the final table results: 1. Alexander Kuzmin — $601,469 2. Leif Force — $315,790 3. Allen Carter — $218,471 4. Shannon Shorr — $144,985 5. Pat Mahoney — $113,208 6. Ryan Hughes — $89,375 This year’s field inside the Beau Rivage Resort and Casino was made up of 214 players putting up the $10,000 buy-in to create a prize pool of $2,011,600. Many of the game’s top players were among the crowd, including last year’s champion Hoyt Corkins , who made yet another deep run but ultimately fell in 19th place, earning $18,868. After four days of play another tough WPT final table was set. When the cameras started rolling at the final table, the chip counts were: 1. Alexander Kuzmin — 1,969,000 2. Allen Carter — 1,928,000 3. Ryan Hughes — 840,000 4. Leif Force — 674,000 5. Shannon Shorr — 663,000 6. Patrick Mahoney — 394,000 Here’s how the final table played out: Ryan Hughes First To Go, Out in 6th Place ($89,374) Ryan Hughes made it 22,000 to go from the small blind and was called by Shannon Shorr in the big blind. On a flop of J 9 4 , Hughes bet 31,000 and Shorr raised to 74,000. Hughes thought it over for a couple minutes and reraised all in for 216,000. Shorr called and showed J 10 for top pair. Hughes showed 7 4 for bottom pair. The 8 turn and 3 river finished the board and Shorr’s ten-high flush eliminated Hughes in sixth place, good for $89,374. Pat Mahoney Eliminated in 5th Place ($113,208) Pat Mahoney raised to 46,000 from under the gun and Leif Force reraised to 125,000 from the cutoff. Mahoney reraised to 245,000 and Force wasted little time moving all in, having Mahoney’s 849,000 covered. Mahoney quickly called and saw that he was in great shape, holding K K over Force’s Q Q . The flop brought J 6 2 , keeping Mahoney well ahead. The K turn gave him a set, but also gave Force more outs with a flush draw. The river was the 7 , completing Force’s flush to crack Mahoney’s kings and send him to the rail in fifth place, earning $113,208. Shannon Shorr Busts in 4th Place ($144,985) A short-stacked Shannon Shorr moved all in from the small blind for 327,000 and was called by Allen Carter from the big blind. Carter showed Q J and had Shorr’s J 7 crushed. The board came A 9 3 Q 3 and Carter took the pot and eliminated Shorr in fourth place, for which he earned $144,985. Allen Carter Eliminated in 3rd Place ($218,471) Not long after midnight, Allen Carter’s bid for a second WPT Southern Poker Championship title was stopped by Alexander Kuzmin. On his final hand, Carter raised to 100,000 from the small blind and Kuzmin made it 275,000 to go from the big blind. Carter moved all in for 1.7 million and Kuzmin called. Kuzmin held A Q , leading Carter’s J 9 with a massive pot up for grabs. The flop came 10 7 2 , and Carter paired up when the J fell on the turn. It seemed like Carter might hang on and double up into the chip lead. However, the river was the 10 , giving Kuzmin a flush and eliminating Carter in third place. He finished two spots short of another WPT Southern Poker Championship title, but earned $218,471 for his impressive run in 2011. The large pot went to Kuzmin, giving him a 2-1 chip lead over Leif Force going into heads-up play — 4,310,000 to 2,160,000 Alexander Kuzmin Wins the WPT Southern Poker Championship (601,469), Leif Force Finishes Runner-Up ($315,790) On the final hand Alexander Kuzmin moved all in preflop and Leif Force made the call, putting his remaining chips on the line. Kuzmin showed K 4 and was up against Force’s J 9 . The board ran Q 5 4 3 2 and Kuzmin held on to win the pot and the tournament. He earned $601,469, a WPT championship bracelet and a Beau Rivage bracelet. Force earned $315,790 for his second-place run. Kuzmin earned more than $160,000 for a sixth and ninth place finish at this year’s World Series of Poker , but the WPT win is easily the largest cash of his career. Next up, the WPT will head to Venice, Italy from Feb. 3-8, followed by a return to the United States for the WPT Celebrity Invitational from Feb. 19-20 and the L.A. Poker Classic Feb. 25-March 1, both at California’s Commerce Casino.

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