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Tommy Vedes Wins the World Poker Tour Festa al Lago Classic (Latest News About Casino, Poker, Baccarat in Philippines)

Tommy Vedes Wins the World Poker Tour Festa al Lago Classic
Article ID 00042955
Author Ryan Lucchesi
Date JULY 27 2022
The final table of the 2009 World Poker Tour Festa al Lago Classic $15,000 no-limit hold’em championship began at 4 p.m. PDT today at Bellagio. The field of 275 players had whittled its way down to the final six, and they returned to see who would walk away with the top prize of $1,218,255. Here is a look at the chip counts when play began: Author’s Note: All elimination hands are featured at the bottom of this article. Seat 1: Tommy Vedes — 2,990,000 (pictured right) Seat 2: Jason Lavallee — 2,045,000 Seat 3: Craig Crivello — 2,570,000 Seat 4: Freddy Deeb — 3,840,000 Seat 5: Jason Burt — 1,375,000 Seat 6: Shawn Cunix — 3,670,000 It took more than an hour for the first player to put his tournament life at risk, and it was Tommy Vedes who faced elimination. Vedes held K-Q on a K-Q-6 flop when he moved all in, and Shawn Cunix had him covered with pocket sixes. A king fell on the turn for Vedes, hitting a four-outer to double up to 3.9 million and survive. That hand proved to be fatal for Cunix, who was eliminated in sixth place within the hour. Jason Burt was eliminated in fifth place by Freddy Deeb, who grew his stack to 4.6 million after acquiring Burt’s chips. Deeb then tangled in a huge hand with Vedes, and for the second time at the final table, Vedes received some help to double up in a key situation. This time, Vedes was all in preflop with pocket queens, and Deeb had him covered with pocket kings in the hole. The board fell J-9-5-6-Q, and Vedes hit a two-outer to double up and take the chip lead with more than 6 million. Vedes finished the job against Deeb a few hands later when he eliminated the most well-known professional at the final table in fourth place and grew his chip stack to a commanding lead of 9.7 million. Jason Lavallee evened up the chip counts heading into heads-up play by taking out Craig Crivello in third place. Lavallee held 7.3 million to the 9.2 million of Vedes heading into the final battle. Heads-up play was exciting from start to finish, as Lavalle grabbed the chip lead 20 minutes in, and then he started to increase his chip lead by bringing his stack to eight figures. Vedes had his back against the wall when he moved all in for 3.76 million with A-10. Lavallee had him dominated with A-J, but the board ran out 10-9-9-4-7 to keep Vedes alive. Vedes doubled up again 10 minutes later when his pocket fives held on to defeat the pocket fours of Lavallee, who was crippled on the hand. The resident of Queens, New York, then used three queens to win the tournament on the final hand and eliminate Lavallee in second place. After a strong run of tournament success during the last couple of months, Vedes captured his first major tournament title and won $1,218,255 in prize money. Vedes now holds close to $2 million in career tournament winnings, and he is currently one of the hottest players in poker. Here is a look at the final-table results: 1: Tommy Vedes — $1,218,255 2: Jason Lavallee — $795,150 3: Craig Crivello — $477,090 4: Freddy Deeb — $278,300 5: Jason Burt — $208,725 6: Shawn Cunix — $168,970 Here is a look at the elimination hands as featured on CardPlayer.com’s live updates : Shawn Cunix Eliminated in Sixth Place ($168,970) Level: 25 Blinds: 50,000-100,000 with a 10,000 ante Average Chip Count: 3,300,000 Shawn Cunix (pictured right) moved all in for his last 550,000, and Craig Crivello called from the big blind with A Q . Cunix showed 8 6 for two live cards, but although he hit one of his outs, the board came K 10 6 3 J , and Crivello’s flush sent Cunix to the rail in sixth place. Crivello now has 3.2 million. Jason Burt Eliminated in Fifth Place ($208,725) Level: 25 Blinds: 50,000-100,000 with a 10,000 ante Average Chip Count: 4,125,000 Freddy Deeb raised to 400,000 from under the gun, and Jason Burt moved all in from the cutoff for his last 1.1 million. Deeb called with A Q , dominating Burt’s A J . The board came out K Q 4 9 8 , and Burt was eliminated in fifth place. Deeb is now stacked with 4.6 million. Freddy Deeb Eliminated in Fourth Place ($278,300) Level: 26 Blinds: 60,000-120,000 with a 10,000 ante Average Chip Count: 5,500,000 Freddy Deeb (pictured right) moved all in under the gun for 975,000, and Tommy Vedes called on the button. Deeb showed A 4 and Vedes showed pocket sixes. The board came safely in the form of 8 7 2 10 Q , and Deeb was eliminated in fourth place. Vedes now has a monster stack of 9.7 million. Craig Crivello Eliminated in Third Place ($477,090) Level: 26 Blinds: 60,000-120,000 with a 10,000 ante Average Chip Count: 8,250,000 Jason Lavallee raised to 280,000 from the button, and Craig Crivello reraised all in for 1.95 million. Lavallee made the call, and they flipped up their cards: Lavallee: 10 10 Crivello: K J Board: Q 8 3 9 9 Crivello was eliminated on the hand in third place, and Lavallee grew his chip stack to 7.3 million heading into heads-up play. Jason Lavallee Eliminated in Second Place ($795,150) — Tommy Vedes Wins 2009 Festa Al Lago ($1,218,225) Level: 28 Blinds: 100,000-200,000 with a 15,000 ante Average Chip Count: 8,250,000 Jason Lavallee (pictured left) moved all in for his last 2.775 million, and Tommy Vedes called instantly with K Q . Lavallee showed 8 6 and needed help. The board fell A 9 5 Q Q , and Lavallee was eliminated in second place.

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