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Keven Stammen Wins 2014 World Poker Tour Championship At Borgata

For the first time in the World Poker Tour’s 12-year history the climactic season-ending WPT Championship was not held at the Bellagio but made the move to the Borgata in Atlantic City, New Jersey. The event changed it’s buy-in from $ 25,000 to $ 15,000 and guaranteed a $ 5 million prize pool.

A total of 328 players turned out for the inaugural running at the new venue, but in the end only one player was destined to become the newest WPT champion: Keven Stammen. For the win the Ohio native earned $ 1,350,000 and 1,440 Card Player Player of the Year points. Stammen had already made three final tables this year, including a win in a prelim at the L.A. Poker Classic, and as a result of those scores and this most recent huge win, Stammen now sits in third place in the overall POY standings, with 3,052 total points and $ 1,610,129 in year-to-date.

Byron KavermanStammen entered the televised final of six with the chip lead, but he had to overcome some top-level competition in the likes of Curt Kohlberg (5th – $ 286,292), Ryan D’Angelo (4th -$ 363,930), the WPT’s own Tony Dunst (3rd – $ 452,729) and eventual runner-up Byron Kaverman.

Stammen began heads-up play with Kaverman holding a roughly 2-to-1 chip lead, and despite some ups and downs Stammen was eventually able to extend the lead even farther before the final hand arose. Stammen limped from the button for 200,000 and Kaverman moved all-in for 3,155,000 with the 4Spade Suit4Diamond Suit. Stammen made the call with the AClub Suit8Spade Suit and the two were flipping with the title hanging in the balance. The board ran out QHeart Suit9Club Suit6Spade Suit3Heart SuitAHeart Suit and Stammen spiked an ace on the river to secure the pot and the title while Kaverman was sent to the rail with $ 727,860 and 1,200 POY points.

Here is a look at the payouts and POY points awarded at this final table:

Photos courtesy of World Poker Tour / Joe Giron.

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Kevin Stammen Wins 2014 World Poker Tour Championship At Borgata

For the first time in the World Poker Tour’s 12-year history the climactic season-ending WPT Championship was not held at the Bellagio but made the move to the Borgata in Atlantic City, New Jersey. The event changed it’s buy-in from $ 25,000 to $ 15,000 and guaranteed a $ 5 million prize pool.

A total of 328 players turned out for the inaugural running at the new venue, but in the end only one player was destined to become the newest WPT champion: Keven Stammen. For the win the Ohio native earned $ 1,350,000 and 1,440 Card Player Player of the Year points. Stammen had already made three final tables this year, including a win in a prelim at the L.A. Poker Classic, and as a result of those scores and this most recent huge win, Stammen now sits in third place in the overall POY standings, with 3,052 total points and $ 1,610,129 in year-to-date.

Byron KavermanStammen entered the televised final of six with the chip lead, but he had to overcome some top-level competition in the likes of Curt Kohlberg (5th – $ 286,292), Ryan D’Angelo (4th -$ 363,930), the WPT’s own Tony Dunst (3rd – $ 452,729) and eventual runner-up Byron Kaverman.

Stammen began heads-up play with Kaverman holding a roughly 2-to-1 chip lead, and despite some ups and downs Stammen was eventually able to extend the lead even farther before the final hand arose. Stammen limped from the button for 200,000 and Kaverman moved all-in for 3,155,000 with the 4Spade Suit4Diamond Suit. Stammen made the call with the AClub Suit8Spade Suit and the two were flipping with the title hanging in the balance. The board ran out QHeart Suit9Club Suit6Spade Suit3Heart SuitAHeart Suit and Stammen spiked an ace on the river to secure the pot and the title while Kaverman was sent to the rail with $ 727,860 and 1,200 POY points.

Here is a look at the payouts and POY points awarded at this final table:

Photos courtesy of World Poker Tour / Joe Giron.

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Borgata Puts Up Slight Overlay On $5 Million Guaranteed World Poker Tour Championship

The WPT Championship Moved To Borgata This YearThe World Poker Tour Championship attracted a field of 328 entries, just shy of what the Borgata needed to meet the $ 5 million guarantee.

As a result, the Atlantic City property had to dip into the rake from the $ 15,000+$ 400 tournament to come up with the extra cash and give the players an overlay of $ 80,000. An additional $ 147,600 was taken out for tournament staff and dealers.

This is the first time since the tour’s inception in 2002 that the WPT Championship was held outside of the Bellagio in Las Vegas. The buy-in was also lowered from $ 25,000 to $ 15,000.

The tournament’s previous rendition had been suffering through a slump, drawing only 146 players in 2013, the fewest since 2003. The tournament peaked in 2007 with 639 entrants, creating a total prize pool of nearly $ 15.5 million. Carlos Mortensen came out on top, earning $ 3,970,415.

This year’s WPT Championship winner will take home $ 1,310,146, slightly more than the $ 1,150,297 that David “Chino” Rheem picked up for winning the event in 2013.

A total of 36 players will make the money, earning at least $ 30,085. Here’s a look at the full final table payouts.

1. $ 1,310,146
2. $ 727,860
3. $ 452,729
4. $ 363,930
5. $ 286,292
6. $ 235,341
7. $ 189,244
8. $ 143,146
9. $ 97,048

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Borgata Poker Announces New Jersey Online Poker Championship

Borgata Poker, powered by PartyPoker, has announced the inaugural New Jersey Online Poker Championship, a 10-tournament series scheduled to kick off in April.

The series is tentatively scheduled for April 19-27, with $ 500,000 in guarantees, including a $ 200,000 main event with a $ 50,000 first-place prize.

The first event will be a $ 50,000 freeroll. The other nine events will have buy-ins ranging from $ 50 to $ 200. The series is open to anybody in New Jersey with a Borgata Poker account.

If you are ready to play, but don’t have a Borgata Poker account, click the banner below. New player sign ups get a $ 20 credit. Card Player readers are also eligible for a deposit bonus of 100 percent, up to $ 600.

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Crush Wins Ultimate Poker Championship Main Event

The inaugural Ultimate Poker Championship series came to an end on Sunday with the $ 300 buy-in main event featuring a $ 100,000 guarantee.

With 358 entrants, Ultimate Poker narrowly avoided an overlay as the prize pool ballooned to $ 100,240. The top 36 players were paid at least $ 400, with everyone at the final table earning at least $ 1,750.

After over six hours of play, it was crush who came out on top, besting JloBooty heads-up for the title and the $ 24,262 first-place prize.

The 11-event series included over $ 250,000 in guarantees and winners of each event received a custom UPC watch in addition to their first-place prize.

Here is a look at the final table results.

If you’d like to play on Ultimate Poker, but don’t have an account, deposit today. Ultimate Poker is open to players in the state of Nevada.

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Three Germans Chop Up PokerStars World Championship Of Online Poker Main Event

Daniel 'Allanon85' Drescher -- 2nd Place FinisherThe $ 5,000 buy-in 2013 PokerStars World Championship of Online Poker (WCOOP) main event drew a field of 2,133 entrants, creating a total prize pool of $ 10,665,000. The field size was 308 players larger than the year prior.

After two days of play, it all came down to a final table dominated by Germans. In fact, the top three players all hailed from Germany and decided on a deal that would make each of them millionaires.

A total of 243 players were paid a minimum of $ 12,798. Notables such as Andrey “Kroko-dill” Zaichenko (11th), Jon “PearlJammer” Turner (15th), Chris “SLOPPYKLOD” Klodnicki (21st) and Jason “TheMasterJ33” Dewitt (27th) all made deep runs at the final table before falling just short.

Other notables at the final table included Stefan “Vampyboy” Kolossow (ninth), Leon “flippetyflop” Louis (eighth), Dylan “PokerI)eviL” Hortin (seventh), Shane “shaniac” Schleger (sixth) and Giuseppe “1M.BanKroLL” Polichetti (fourth).

After Polichetti’s elimination in fourth place, the remaining three players, SwissCantMis, PlayinWasted and Daniel “Allanon85” Drescher all decided on a deal that would award each of them at least seven figures, with $ 160,000 left over to play for. After more than an hour of action, it was PlayinWasted who came out on top when his ASpade SuitKSpade Suit bested Drescher’s KClub SuitQSpade Suit all in preflop.

Here is a look at the final table results.

The 2013 WCOOP featured 66 events over three weeks and drew a total of 144,945 entries and an overall prize pool of $ 62.36 million.

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Talking Stick Resort To Host Eighth Annual Arizona State Ladies Poker Championship

Lady luck won’t be the only woman visiting Talking Stick Resort on Sep. 14-16, thanks to the 8th Annual Arizona State Ladies Poker Championship. Women of every skill level are welcome to sign up for the $ 355+$ 45 buy-in tournament in the ARENA Poker Room at Talking Stick Resort.

Registration for the event is currently underway. And with a $ 142,000 prize pool up for grabs and bragging rights on the line, the ladies will want to be all in for this occasion.

Bigger than ever before, the championship will start players with a whopping 12,000 chips. Two hundred competitors will battle it out both, Saturday and Sunday in hopes of advancing to the ultimate round. However, players eliminated on the first day of the tournament can still partake in the fun as they’ll have the option to re-buy the following morning.

The finals will commence on Monday on Sep. 16. With a prize pool based on 400 entries, the champion will go home with, not only a championship bracelet, but a trophy and $ 34,080. The second-place finisher would snag $ 19,880. Fans of all things poker won’t want to miss out on the chance to win big at the Talking Stick Resort.

To sign up, visit the Talking Stick Resort Poker Room or call (480) 850-7734. For more information and a look at the tournament structure, visit the Talking Stick Resort website.

Talking Stick Resort (TSR) is a AAA Four Diamond Rated Resort and a central landmark within the emerging Talking Stick Cultural and Entertainment Destination (TSCED). Located in Scottsdale, Ariz., just east of the Loop 101 on Indian Bend Road, TSR is independently owned and operated by the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community.

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Delaware Hosts State ‘Poker Championship’ As Real-Money Online Poker Draws Near

Delaware is expecting to soon kick off casino games on the Internet, including poker. In the meantime, one of the state’s three casinos just held the state’s “Poker Championship.”

The Delaware Poker Championship III, which began Saturday morning, saw 206 participants and a total prize pool of $ 108,150. The final table played for two hours, and the winner came early Sunday morning. Dave Tarantino of Wilmington took down the title for more than $ 80,000, after the final three players agreed to a chop.

The event was held at Dover Downs Hotel & Casino.

Late last month, the state’s three casinos — Dover Downs, Delaware Park and Harrington Raceway & Casino — began to host links to web games that don’t require any deposit. The successful implementation of these free games is one of the final hurdles before the final product is underway. Real money is planned for late October.

Scientific Games and 888 Holdings will be behind the real-money product in Delaware.

The Delaware free games won’t disappear after real-money action starts. The state plans to continue with them as a marketing tool, as people anywhere can have access to such games.

Delaware is home to a population of around 917,000, and thus would likely need to partner up with another jurisdiction in order to create liquidity for online poker sites. Card Player recently spoke with a former Nevada regulator on what Delaware might do.

For more news from Delaware, check out its state page.

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Ninth Annual Arizona State Poker Championship Set For August 9-13

This August, battle it out for one of the Western United States’ most prestigious poker titles and a share of a $ 1 million guaranteed prize pool in the ninth Arizona State Poker Championship.

Registration for the event, held at The Arena Poker Room at Talking Stick Resort, is currently open. Talking Stick Resort, an AAA four-diamond property located in the heart of Scottsdale, Arizona, boasts a 240,000 square foot casino, 36-hole championship golf course and world-class spa.

The tournament buy-in of $ 1,000+$ 80 provides 15,000 worth of tournament chips and a deep, 60-minute level structure. Also, for $ 30 players can purchase an additional $ 10,000 worth of chips as a staff appreciation. Players who are eliminated on Day 1a or Day 1b are allowed to reenter the following day.

Based on 1,000 entries, first place will take home more than $ 200,000, plus the championship bracelet and trophy.

The tournament schedule for the event is as follows:

Day 1a: Players start August 9 at 9 a.m.
Day 1b: Players start August 10 at 9 a.m.
Day 1c: Players start August 11 at 9 a.m.
Semi-Finals start August 12 at 9 a.m.
Final day begins at 10 a.m. on August 13 to determine the champion

Last year, Eltorna Gant won the $ 1,000 championship, beating out 975 other runners, and took home the $ 233,696 first prize.

For more information, visit the Talking Stick Resort website.

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World Series Of Poker — Matt Ashton Wins $50,000 Players Championship And $1.7 Million

Image via WSOP.comThe fourth time was the charm for poker professional Matt Ashton in Las Vegas.

After making three final tables earlier at the 2013 World Series of Poker, Ashton entered the final day of the $ 50,000 Poker Players Championship with the second largest stack. When it was all over early Friday morning, he was sitting with all the chips and more than $ 1.7 million in prize money.

In addition to the bracelet and the money, Ashton received the Chip Reese trophy.

Ashton’s victory was also his first career bracelet, after cashing seven times previously in World Series of Poker tournaments. His first cash at the WSOP was in 2011.

With the win, Ashton moves up to eighth in Card Player’s 2013 POY race

The 25-year-old, who lives in the United Kingdom, has online tournament results under the screen name “MUSTAFABET”. He now has nearly $ 2.5 million in lifetime tournament scores spread between live and Internet play, after starting to play poker in 2003.

The runner up was Don Nguyen, who entered the final table as the chip leader. Ashton began heads-up play with a massive chip lead, and his match with Nguyen lasted just seven hands. The entire final table stretched on for a grueling 264 hands, though.

The final table was stacked, in terms of talent, after an elite field of 132 was whittled down to the remaining eight. Mike Gorodinsky was the final table bubble boy on Wednesday.

Here’s a look at the final results:

1. Matt Ashton — $ 1,774,089
2. Don Nguyen — $ 1,096,254
3. John Hennigan — $ 686,568
4. David Benyamine — $ 497,122
5. George Danzer — $ 388,523
6. Minh Ly — $ 309,830
7. Mike Wattel — $ 251,602
8. Jonathan Duhamel — $ 207,630

Here’s a look at the elimination hands:

Jonathan DuhamelJon Duhamel Eliminated in Eighth Place ($ 207,630)

Pot-Limit Omaha

Jonathan Duhamel raised to 65,000 under the gun and both George Danzer and Matthew Ashton called. The flop was dealt JClub Suit10Spade Suit6Diamond Suit and Ashton checked. Duhamel also checked and Danzer bet 130,000. Ashton got out of the way and Duhamel raised to 600,000. Danzer reraised and Duhamel called all in. The two players then tabled their hands.

Danzer: JDiamond Suit6Club Suit5Diamond Suit2Heart Suit
Duhamel: KClub SuitKDiamond SuitQSpade Suit2Diamond Suit

Turn and River: QHeart Suit4Heart Suit

Danzer won the pot with two pair, jacks and sixes, to grow his stack to 3.74 million. Duhamel was eliminated in eighth place.

Mike Wattel Eliminated in Seventh Place ($ 251,602)

No-Limit Hold’em

Don Nguyen raised to 80,000 and Mike Wattel reraised all in for 550,000. Nguyen called and the two players tabled their hands.

Nguyen: AClub SuitQSpade Suit
Wattel: ADiamond SuitJHeart Suit

Board: QClub Suit10Club Suit6Spade Suit2Club Suit9Spade Suit

Nguyen won the pot to grow his stack close to 6 million with a pair of queens and Wattel was eliminated in seventh place.

Minh Ly Eliminated in Sixth Place ($ 309,830)

Seven-Card Stud

George Danzer posted the bring-in and Minh Ly completed. David Benyamine called and Danzer called as well. Minh bet on fourth street and both opponents called. On fifth street it was Ly who led out again. Benyamine raised and Danzer reraised. Minh called all in and Benyamine four-bet.

Danzer called and then action in the side pot saw Benyamine bet on sixth street and seventh street and Danzer calling both times. All the cards were tabled and Benyamine won the side pot with (8Diamond Suit6Diamond Suit) QDiamond Suit8Spade Suit10Diamond SuitADiamond Suit (10Spade Suit) for an ace-high flush. That was also good enough to top Minh’s (ASpade SuitKClub Suit) KSpade Suit10Heart Suit2Spade SuitAHeart Suit (9Diamond Suit) and win the main pot.

Minh was eliminated in sixth place and Benyamine grew his stack to a chip-leading 5.15 million. Danzer was below 2 million after the hand.

George DanzerGeorge Danzer Eliminated in Fifth Place ($ 388,523)

Pot-Limit Omaha

David Benyamine raised to 80,000 on the cutoff and Don Nguyen called on the small blind. George Danzer also called on the big blind and the flop was dealt 8Club Suit8Diamond Suit3Heart Suit. Nguyen bet 150,000 and Danzer bumped it up to 425,000. Benyamine folded and Nguyen reraised to 800,000. Danzer then made it 1.2 million to go and Nguyen kicked it up to 1.6 million. Danzer then reraised all in for 2.25 million and Nguyen called. The two players then revealed their hands.

Nguyen: KDiamond SuitJSpade Suit10Diamond Suit8Heart Suit
Danzer: ADiamond SuitKHeart Suit9Spade Suit8Spade Suit

Turn and River: 4Club SuitJClub Suit

Nguyen won the pot with a full house on the river to take the chip lead with 7.55 million and Danzer was eliminated in fifth place.

David Benyamine Eliminated in Fourth Place ($ 497,122)

Seven-Card Stud

Don Nguyen posted the bring-in and David Benyamine completed. Nguyen called and on fourth street Nguyen checked. Benyamine bet and Nguyen called. On fifth street Nguyen bet and Benyamine raised. Nguyen called and on sixth street Benyamine got the last of his chips into the middle.

Nguyen showed (7Diamond Suit2Diamond Suit) 2Spade SuitQHeart Suit7Heart Suit2Club Suit (JDiamond Suit) and Benyamine mucked his cards. Benyamine was eliminated in fourth place and Nguyen increased his chip lead to 9 million.

John HenniganJohn Hennigan Eliminated in Third Place ($ 686,568)

Pot-Limit Omaha

John Hennigan limped preflop and Matthew Ashton raised to 300,000. Hennigan reraised the pot to 900,000 and Ashton called. The flop fell JSpade Suit8Spade Suit6Club Suit and Hennigan was all in. Ashton called and the two players tabled their hands.

Ashton: ASpade Suit8Heart Suit6Heart Suit3Spade Suit
Hennigan: QHeart SuitQSpade Suit7Club Suit4Heart Suit

Turn and River: 10Club SuitADiamond Suit

Hennigan was eliminated in third place by two pair, aces and eights. Ashton grew his stack to 17.3 million in advance of the heads-up final against Don Nguyen (2.5 million).

Matt Ashton Wins Event No. 55, Don Nguyen Eliminated in Second Place ($ 1,096,254)

Limit Hold’em

Matthew Ashton raised preflop on the button and Don Nguyen called. The flop was dealt 10Club Suit7Diamond Suit3Diamond Suit and Nguyen checked. Ashton bet and Nguyen raised. Ashton called and the turn fell 9Spade Suit.

Nguyen bet and Ashton called before the river delivered the QDiamond Suit. Nguyen bet, Ashton raised, and Nguyen called all in. Nguyen revealed 10Spade Suit6Club Suit but he was behind the KClub Suit10Diamond Suit held by Ashton, who won the pot and the tournament with his king-kicker.

Nguyen was eliminated in second place and took home $ 1,096,254 in prize money.

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