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"Lisaj416" Wins partypoker US Network Online Series Event #7: $535 Six-Max PKO $25K GTD for $11,344.36
"Lisaj416 has claimed the most recent title of the partypoker US Network Online Series, topping a field of 74 entries in Event #7: $535 Six-Max PKO $25K GTD.
The tournament started with eight registered players, though that number tripled in the first three levels of play.
The tournament met its guaranteed prize pool in Level 12 and generated a $37,000 prize pool ($18,500 regular prize pool & $18,500 bounty prize pool) after the 74 total entries became official, meaning, the top eight finishers would get a piece of the pie with 24 players remaining.
One hour later, Alex “JinYang” Butcher eliminated "deerpathdave" in ninth place leaving the remaining players in the money.
"HellHound" entered the final table with the chip lead with Derek "pompii" Sudell next in the counts.
One by one, the field was cut in half until three remained. Only one full level went by before "Lisaj416" knocked out "ClarkWesterfeld" with ace-eight to seven-six suited and the heads-up match only lasted one hand after Sudell fell in second place due to kicker issues.
Event #7 Final Table Results
|3||Keith "ClarkWesterfeld" Donovan||$3,200.50||$625||$3,825.50|
|5||Daniel “leinad” Buzgon||$1,443||$750||$2,193|
|6||Alex “JinYang” Butcher||$1,054.50||$812.50||$1,867|
On the very first in Level 27 (18,000/36,000/4,500), "Lisaj416" moved all in after a flop and Derek "pompii" Sudell called off his stack.
Derek "pompii" Sudell:
Both players flopped an ace but "Lisaj416" held the better kicker and the turn didn't change a thing.
Sudell needed a three to fall on the river to stay alive but it came the ending his tournament in second place.
|Derek "pompii" Sudell||Busted|
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On the last hand of Level 26 (16,000/32,000/4,000), "Lisaj46" moved all in on a completed board and "ClarkWesterfeld" called off the rest of their stack.
"ClarkWesterfeld" showed for the straight but it was no good as "Lisaj416" held to win the pot with the nut flush.
|Derek "pompii" Sudell||2,047,454||-605,160|
In Level 25 with blinds of 14,000/28,000 and an ante of 3,500, "HellHound" raised on the button and then called off their 436,749 stack after Derek "pompii" Sudell three-bet jammed for 2,131,865 from the big blind.
Derek "pompii" Sudell:
"HellHound" woke up with the weapons of mass destruction but they exploded after the flop gave Sudell broadway.
The paired the board on the turn giving "HellHound" an opportunity to make a full house but the river ended their night in fourth place.
|Derek "pompii" Sudell||2,652,614||1,520,999|
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In Level 24 with blinds of 12,000/24,000 and an ante of 3,000, Daniel “leinad” Buzgon raised all in for 292,520 from the hijack, "HellHound" called from the button and "Lisaj416" isolated after she came over the top for 1,144,762 from the small blind.
Daniel “leinad” Buzgon:
It was a classic race with Buzgon looking to connect with either of his two overs but the feat was easier said than done as the runout ended his tournament in fifth place.
|Daniel “leinad” Buzgon||Busted|
In Level 24 with blinds of 12,000/24,000 and an ante of 3,000, there was all in action after a flop between Alex “JinYang” Butcher from the button the button and "HellHound" isolated from the small blind.
Alex “JinYang” Butcher:
Butcher was behind holding a pair of sixes with the flush draw and he didn't like the turn that which gave his opponent two-pair.
Butcher was hoping to get lucky but the river ended his tournament in sixth place.
|Alex “JinYang” Butcher||Busted|
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