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2008 World Poker Open – Event #4, $500+50 LHE

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Here are the results of the 2008 World Poker Open Event #4, $500+50 Limit Hold'Em tournament:

10th place: Robert Hullett $1,313
11th place: Bob Collins $1,313
12th place: Merton Tolek $1,313
13th place: Brian McKain $1,125
14th place: Kevin Calenzo $1,125
15th place: Wayne Wheatley $1,125
16th place: Jane Vanderkant $938
17th place: Hue-Chin Murphy $938
18th place: Matthew Kelly $938

Final table seating assignment and chip counts was as follows:

Seat 1: John Carter 61,000
Seat 2: Billy Lucas Young 94,000
Seat 3: Stan Striker 13,500
Seat 4: Tannie Shannon 68,500
Seat 5: Minh Nguyen 43,500
Seat 6: Harold Burnham 21,000
Seat 7: John Pack 42,500
Seat 8: Bob Chow 107,500
Seat 9: John Valet 83,500

Harold Burnham finished in 9th place and won $1,876.

Stan Striker finished in 8th place and won $2,814.

Minh Nguyen finished in 7th place and won $3,752.

John Valet finished in 6th place and won $4,690.

Tannie Shannon finished in 5th place and won $5,627.

Billy Young finished in 4th place and won $7,503.

Bob Chow finished in 3rd place and won $9,379.

John Carter finished in 2nd place and won $17,070.

John Pack came into the final table as the 2nd shortest stack. He never let it phase him and quietly took control of the table until he was a massive chip leader heads up. The final hand saw Pack with A-K and Carter with Q-4. A queen came on the turn to give Carter life momentarily, but a king on the river gave the title to John. John Pack is the winner of the 2008 World Poker Open Event #4, winning $30,951.

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