Live Events 4
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

Player Bios: David Singer

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David Singer
David Singer
Seat 2 - David Singer - 1,330,000
David Singer is a former environmental lawyer from New York. He has won over $2.1M in career tournament earnings. He's cashed 13 times at the WSOP including 8 final tables (one of which was the WSOP main event in 2003 when he took 9th place). Singer is the only player to return to the final table from last year's inaugural $50K H.O.R.S.E. event. He's also made two WPT final tables. David is looking to win his first bracelet.

Singer is considered one of the best players on the circuit to have never won a bracelet.

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Final Table Bios: Bruno Fitoussi

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Bruno Fitoussi
Bruno Fitoussi
Seat 3 - Bruno Fitoussi - 895,000
Bruno Fitoussi is an architect from Paris, France, who is well known for his work with the Avation Club. Bruno's nickname is "King." He has four cashes at the WSOP and has won over $670K in tournaments all over the world. This is his third final table at the WSOP. He has never won a bracelet and came close in 2005 when he finished in second place in the Razz event.

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Player Bios: John Hanson

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John Hanson
John Hanson
Seat 4 - John Hanson - 1,995,000
John Hanson is the mystery man left in the field. He's probably the best story. The stock options trader from New York has outlasted a field of 148 players, some of which are considered the best poker players of all time. He cashed in the $5K Heads Up event last week but that's his only WSOP cash. He was the chip leader of HORSE at the end of Day 2 and has been at the front of the pack for the last couple of days. He has plenty of ammo with 1.995M in chips.

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Player Bios: Freddy Deeb

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Freddy Deeb
Freddy Deeb
Seat 5 - Freddy Deeb - 3,500,000
Freddy Deeb is originally from Beirut, Lebanon. He has earned over $3 million in tournaments over his career, as well as cashing 21 times at the WSOP. Freddy has made 12 final tables and won one bracelet in 1996 for Deuce to Seven Draw. Also at that final table were Doyle Brunson, Gabe Kaplan, Mickey Appleman, and David Grey. Deeb also won an event on the WPT and is frequently seen on High Stakes Poker.

Deeb is second in chips with 3.5M.

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Final Table Bios: Thor Hansen

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Thor Hansen
Thor Hansen
Seat 6 - Thor Hansen - 40,000
Thor Hansen is originally from Oslo, Norway and is considered the Godfather of Norwegian Poker. He has four cashes at the 2007 WSOP and has over $2.1M in career earnings. Hansen has won two WSOP bracelets, one in Lowball and the other in Seven-card Stud. He comes into the final table as the short stack.

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Final Table Bios: Amnon Filippi

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Amnon Filippi - Chipleader
Amnon Filippi - Chipleader
Seat 7 - Amnon Filippi - 4,015,000
Amnon Filippi hails from New York City, and has two WSOP cashes in 2007 and four overall. He made two final tables in a WPT event, and his biggest tournament cash to date was winning the Bellagio Cup in 2005. His score at the Horse event will push him past $1M in career tournament winnings. He is seeking his first WSOP Gold bracelet.

Filippi ended Day 3 as the chip leader, a position which he maintained on Day 4. He enters the final table with 4.015M.

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Final Table Bios: Barry Greenstein

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Seat 8 - Barry Greenstein - 750,000
Barry Greenstein is considered one of the best poker players in the world. It doesn't matter if it is a cash game or in a tournament, Greenstein is going to be one of the best players at the table. He also has the biggest heart in poker and donates some of his tournament winnings to multiple charities such as Children Incorporated. Greenstein cashed three times at the 2007 WSOP and has 31 lifetime cashes at the WSOP. He has won two WSOP bracelets and made nine WSOP final tables. He's also won two WPT events and earned more than $5M in tournaments over his career. That doesn't include how much he's won in cash games. Barry Greenstein dedicated his last bracelet (2005 Pot-Limit Omaha) to Charlie Tuttle, a young player and fan, who died of cancer a day later.

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Final Table Payouts

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Here are the payouts for the remaining eight players:

1 - $2,276,832
2 - $1,278,720
3 - $852,480
4 - $586,080
5 - $444,000
6 - $337,440
7 - $259,296
8 - $188,256

Final Table Set for 2pm

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The final table for Event #39 ($50,000 H.O.R.S.E.) is scheduled to begin at 2:00 p.m. PDT on Thursday. Check back here to follow all the action, with live hand-by-hand coverage, commentary, and chip counts.

Here are the official chip counts for the final table:

Seat 1 - Kenny Tran - 2,445,000
Seat 2 - David Singer - 1,330,000
Seat 3 - Bruno Fitoussi - 895,000
Seat 4 - John Hanson - 1,995,000
Seat 5 - Freddy Deeb - 3,500,000
Seat 6 - Thor Hansen - 40,000
Seat 7 - Amnon Filippi - 4,015,000
Seat 8 - Barry Greenstein - 750,000