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June 12, 2007

2007 WSOP Event #15 & #16 Results

Event #15, the $1500 NO Limit Texas Holdem tournament was won by Phil Hellmuth! Phil took down the bracelet and $637,254. MORE IMPORTANTLY, Phil won his ELEVENTH Bracelet, surpassing both Johnny Chan and Doyle Bunson as the First and ONLY player to do it! Andy Philachack took second place worth $394,594.

Event #16 the $2500 H.O.R.S.E tournament was won by James Richburg, taking down his second bracelet, and #238,881. Walter Brown took home second place.

Event #17, the $1000 Ladies World Championship No Limit Texas Holdem tournament is down to the final table. Those still vieing for the bracelet are: Frauke Ritter Von Sporschil ($525,000), Mindy trinidad ($445,000), Venessa Selbst ($355,000), Katja Thater ($340,000), Sally Boyer ($325,000), Anne Heft ($277,000), Kathy Gliva ($145,000), Randy Calabro ($110,000), and Julie Dang ($50,000).

Event #18, the $5000 World Championship Limit Texas Holdem Tournament is down to the final nine. Those remaining players are: William Thorsson, Ray Dehkharghani, Thor Hansen, Geoff Sanford, Tom Korac, Don Todd, David Gee , Saro Getzoyan, and Gabriel Nassif.

Event $19, the $2500 No Limit Texas Holdem tournament is down to 99 players of the starting 1013, all making the money. Among those still in the hunt are, Mike Matusow, Antonio Esfandiari, Chad Brown, John Phan, and Greg 'FBT' Mueller. Play will resume today.

Event #20 a $2000 Seven Card Stud High-Low 8/OB tournament ended play with about 136 players till in the hunt, of a starting 340. Play will resume today.

Today event #21, a $1500 No Limit Texas Holdem Shootout tournament will get underway.

Posted by fatbill at June 12, 2007 08:56 AM


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