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Poker Hands

WSOP 1994 Final Hand

Russ Hamilton K-Spades 8-Hearts versus Hugh Vincent 8-Clubs 5-Hearts

At the WSOP 1994 final table, Russ Hamilton had {K-Spades} {8-Hearts} pre-flop, while his opponent Hugh Vincent was sitting with {8-Clubs} {5-Hearts}. Vincent limped, Hamilton checked.

The flop brought {9-Diamonds} {8-Diamonds} {6-Diamonds}, giving both players a pair. Hamilton decided to check, but Vincent pushed in a bet of $100,000. Hamilton decided to move all-in. Vincent called.

The turn came {10-Clubs} and the river brought {J-Spades}, giving nothing to Vincent and the title of 1994 World Champion and $1,000,000 to Hamilton.

WSOP 1993 Final Hand

Jim Bechtel J-Clubs 6-Hearts versus Glen Cozen 7-Spades 4-Diamonds

The WSOP 1993 final table was one of the shortest and least interesting final tables in poker finals history. Glen Cozen was really short on chips, so he instantly moved all-in with his {7-Spades} {4-Diamonds} against Bechtel's {J-Clubs} {6-Hearts}. Of course, Bechtel called.
The flop came: {10-Diamonds},{8-Spades},{3-Clubs} Turn: {2-Clubs}River: {5-Diamonds}And Bechtel won with a high card.

WSOP 1992 Final Hand

Hamid Dastamalchi 8-Hearts 4-Clubs versus Tom Jacobs J-Diamonds 7-Spades

At the WSOP 1992 final table, Hamid Dastamalchi held {8-Hearts} {4-Clubs}, while Tom Jacobs was sitting with {J-Diamonds} {7-Spades}.

The flop came with {J-Hearts} {5-Diamonds} {7-Diamonds}, giving Jacobs a better hand, he underbet his hand. Dastamalchi decided to call.

The turn with its {6-Hearts} turned everything upside-down, and now Dastamalchi had the nuts with his straight. He checked while Tom Jacobs moved all-in. Dastamalchi called once again.

The river came with {8-Clubs}, but it was the turn that made a champion out of Dastamalch, giving him the title and $1.000.000 in prize money.

WSOP 1991 Final Hand

Brad Daugherty K-Spades J-Spades versus Don Holt 7-Hearts 3-Hearts

The pre-flop hands in the WSOP 1991 final table looked like this: Brad Daugherty was holding {K-Spades} {J-Spades}, while Don Holt was sitting with a not-so-confident {7-Hearts} {3-Hearts}. Perhaps that was why Holt decided to limp, but Daugherty raised and Holt was trapped into calling.

The flop came with {8-Diamonds} {9-Hearts} {J-Clubs}, giving Daugherty a pair of Jacks. Brad checked, and then, all of a sudden, Holt moved all-in, with nothing but a three-flush and a straight draw. That was Holt's final mistake. Daugherty called without pain, as he had considerable chip lead.

The turn came with {5-Clubs}, giving Holt an eight-outs hope, but the river brought {8-Spades}. Daugherty became a new champion.

WSOP 1990 Final Hand

Hans Lund A-Clubs 9-Diamonds versus Mansour Matloubi 10-Diamonds 10-Clubs

WSOP 1990 final table pre-flop gave Hans Lund, who was the chip leader, {A-Clubs} {9-Diamonds}, while Mansour Matloubi got a lucky pair of {10-Diamonds} and {10-Clubs} and instantly raised to $75.000. Lund called.
The flop came {9-Spades} {2-Clubs} {4-Diamonds}, giving Lund a pair of nines, but Matloubi still had an overpair. Lund decided to check, but Matloubi raised to $100.000. Afterwards, Lund made a check-raise to plus $250.000. After thinking for a while, Matloubi called and confidently moved all-in. Now, it was Lund's turn to over-analyze his hand. He called.
The turn came {A-Spades}, giving Lund a second pair. When Matloubi saw this, he stood up and kicked his chair in anger. Now, only miracle could save him. And it happened.
The river brought {10-Spades}, and now it was Lund's turn to kick his chair. Thus, Matloubi won the title and took the prize.

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