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Poker News | World Series of Poker | WSOP2008 | WSOP 2008 Tournaments

WSOP Day Eleven Tournament Recaps

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There was a little bit of everything for everyone at the World Series of Poker on Day 11 and three events will play down to a winner on day 12. Here are the recaps for the day's action.

Event #15 - $1,000 Womens NLHE

It was a much quieter, more subdued day for the women as they were intent on making it to the final table. 61 players of the original 1,190 returned on day two and when it was all over only nine were left standing. New York City resident Svetlana Gromenkova leads the way with 553,000 in chips. Some notable in the money finishers included Van Nguyen in 14th, Linda Johnson in 23rd, Olga Varkonyi in 37th, Kathy Liebert in 47th, and Evelyn Ng in 48th. The winner of this event will take home $244,702. Final table seating assignments and chip counts are as follows:

Seat 1: Patty Till (Avon, Indiana) 312,000
Seat 2: Roslyn Quarto (Edison, New Jersey) 73,000
Seat 3: Marla Crumpler (Fort Lauderdale, Florida) 163,000
Seat 4: Svetlana Gromenkova (New York , New York) 553,000
Seat 5: Sue Porter (Houston, Texas) 211,000
Seat 6: Debbie Mitchell (Miramar, Florida) 224,000
Seat 7: Christine Priday (Denver, Colorado) 448,000
Seat 8: Yesenia Garcia (Modesto, California) 210,000
Seat 9: Anh Le (San Jose, California) 191,000

Event #16 - $2,000 Omaha Hi/Lo Split

Try as they might, they were unable to get down to a final table and had to stop play with two tables of nine remaining. 553 players started two days ago and with 169 still remaining coming into day two, it was expected to be a long day, and it was. Some notable players made the money including Max Pescatori, David Chiu, James Van Alstyne, John Cernuto, John Juanda, Kristy Gazes, and Josh Arieh. Soheil Shamseddin enters the final day as the chip leader with 243,000 in chips but has big name professionals Scott Clements and Ted Forrest nipping at his heels. Here are the final 18 players and their chip counts:

Soheil Shamseddin 243,000
Andrew Brown 234,000
Scott Clements 228,000
Ted Forrest 204,000
Ralph Rudd 184,000
Allan Enciso 182,000
Ralph Perry 160,000
Lee Grove 132,000
Mallory Smith 125,000
Michael Sohayegh 119,000
Jose Paz 86,000
Kia Hooshmand 83,000
Joe Aronesty 72,000
James Richburg 66,000
Michael Reed 46,000
Pat Poels 44,000
Jimmy Fricke 33,000
Jim Pechac 2,000

Event #17 - $1,500 NLHE Shootout

In one of the few two day events at the WSOP this year, 1,000 players started the day and by the time action ended we were down to our final table. The last table of the Shootout did not end until nearly 7 in the morning when Kyle Bowker topped Travis Rosenberry for the 10th and final spot at the final table. Each player will start with the same number of chips, so it could make for another long and exciting day as they are playing for the $335,565 first place prize. The final table players and their seating assignments are as follows:

Seat 1: Casey Coleman (Kingston, Ontario, Canada)
Seat 2: Matthew Giannetti (Las Vegas, Nevada)
Seat 3: Thomas West (Los Altos, California)
Seat 4: Rory Monahan (Carbondale, Illinois)
Seat 5: Kyle Bowker (Walton, New York)
Seat 6: John Strzemp III (Las Vegas, Nevada)
Seat 7: Mike Schwartz (Encino, California)
Seat 8: Sergey Rybachenko (Moscow, Russian Federation)
Seat 9: Jason Young (Suffern, New York)
Seat 10: Alexander Triner (Rockville, Maryland)

Event #18 - $5,000 With Rebuys No Limit Deuce to Seven Draw

The last event of the day brought out all the stars of poker. In what will likely be the smallest field of the WSOP, only 85 players bought into this event and 39 were left standing when play concluded. At $5,000 a pop, an amazing 272 rebuys and add ons were made bringing the prize pool to over 1.7 million dollars with first place receiving $537,862. Young phenom Tom Dwan leads the way but has plenty of savvy veterans eyeing his stack. Among the notables still remaining are Mike Matusow, Tom Schneider, Doyle Brunson, Michael Binger, Phil Ivey, Jeffrey Lisandro, Michael Mizrachi, Erick Lindgren, Eli Elezra, Carlos Mortenson, Barry Greenstein, Howard Lederer, and Tony G.

Play will resume at 3 p.m. local time.

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