Live Events 1
Event 39 - $50,000 H.O.R.S.E.
Days:
12345

Event Info

Buy-in $50,000
Prize Pool $7,104,000
Players 148

Level Info

Level 75
Blinds 250,000 / 500,000
Ante 50,000

Hand #319 - Bruno Fitoussi

[user10554]
Hand #319 - (7 Card Stud)

Bruno Fitoussi: {J-Diamonds}
Freddy Deeb: {7-Hearts}

3rd: Deeb brings it in for 70,000, Fitoussi completes to 250,000, and Deeb folds.

Hand #318 - Bruno Fitoussi

[user10554]
Hand #318 - (7 Card Stud)

Bruno Fitoussi: {5-Clubs}
Freddy Deeb: {4-Hearts}

3rd: Deeb brings it in for 70,000, Fitoussi completes to 250,000, and Deeb folds.

Hand #317 - Bruno Fitoussi

[user10554]
Hand #317 - (7 Card Stud)

Bruno Fitoussi: {K-Hearts}{6-Hearts}
Freddy Deeb: {J-Hearts}{4-Clubs}

3rd: Deeb brings it in for 70,000, and Fitoussi limps.

4th: Fitoussi bets 250,000, and Deeb folds. Bruno Fitoussi takes the pot.

Hand #316 - Freddy Deeb

[user10554]
Hand #316 - (7 Card Stud)

Bruno Fitoussi: {K-Hearts}{9-Hearts}{7-Spades}
Freddy Deeb: {8-Spades}{6-Hearts}{K-Clubs}

3rd: Deeb brings it in for 70,000, Fitoussi completes to 250,000, and Deeb calls.

4th: Fitoussi bets 250,000, and Deeb calls.

5th: Fitoussi checks, Deeb bets 500,000, and Fitoussi folds. Freddy Deeb takes the pot.

Seven Card Stud

[user10554]
The game switches to seven card stud for the final two players. The antes are 50,000, the bring in is 70,000, and the completion is 250,000. The limits are 250,000-500,000.
Level:
74
Blinds:
250,000/500,000
Ante:
50,000

Good Morning, East Coasters

[user24788]
A fine good morning to any poker fans who have just woken up, fired up their computers, and logged in to check out the progress of the H.O.R.S.E. final table.

We are down to the final two players. So grab a cup of joe and settle in. We might be in for a long heads up match between Bruno Fitoussi and Freddy Deeb.

Chip Counts

[user39269]
Freddy Deeb - 10,800,000
Bruno Fitoussi - 4,070,000

Deeb vs. Fitoussi

[user24788]
We have reached heads up play. Our $50K H.O.R.S.E. champion will be either Bruno Fitoussi from France or Freddy Deeb from Las Vegas.

1st Place - $2,276,832
2nd Place - $1,278,720

At the end of the tournament, Fitoussi will have become the winningest tournament player in all of France. But if you ask him if that means something to him, he'll honestly say that winning his first bracelet means much more.

Round Analysis: Razz

[user24788]
There were 22 hands of Razz. Deeb won 10 of them and Hanson won 8 of them. Deeb won a 3.7M pot on Hand #311. On the last hand of Razz, Deeb won the most important one when he busted John Hanson in a 3.67M pot.