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Poker News | World Series of Poker | WSOP 2012

2012 WSOP Event #10: $5,000 Seven Card Stud; Monnette Mops Up

John Monnette Event #10 2012 WSOP
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There were 145 players who put up $5,000 to play Seven Card Stud in World Series of Poker Event #10. It took three days before the field had dwindled to just 16 players, including these big names who made the money, but fell short of the final table:

 9thEugene Katchalov
10thLee Goldman$18,693
11thCyndy Violette$22,332
12thMax Pescatori$15,906
13thRoger Smith$13,834
14thYuval Bronshtein$13,834
15thMike Sexton$12,035
16thNick Schulman$12,035

When Katchalov busted out, the final table was set and included 2009 WSOP Player Of The Year Jeff Lisandro, and 13 time WSOP casher Bryn Kenney. After 10 hours of play, it was John Monnette head-to-head with Huu Vinh, where John’s 6-1 chip lead helped him defeat Huu in only 20 minutes. John not only won $190,826, but also collected the second WSOP gold bracelet of his career.

Get the inside on John's victory here:

The final table Payouts looked like this:

 1stJohn Monnette
2ndHuu Vinh$117,913
3rdTim Finne$73,847
4thPerry friedman$53,470
5thJeff Lisandro$41,789
6thMark Dickstein$33,325
7thBryn Kenney$27,062
8thRaymond Dehkharghani$22,332

Read the full tournament report at PokerNews Live Reporting.

Trivia: John Monnette won his second gold bracelet with the same cards that won him his first bracelet a year ago– a pair of jacks.

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