WSOP Event #50 and Event #51 - $5,000 Triple Chance NLHE and $1,500 PLO Hi-low

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2011. July 05.
The French<strong> Antonin Teisseire</strong> won the <em>$5,000 Triple Chance NLHE</em>, cashing an amazing $825,604. Event #51, the <em>$1,500 Pot Limit Omaha Hi-low</em> was won by <strong>David Singontiko</strong>, who earned $268,235 with his bracelet.
The 4th day of the WSOP $5,000 Triple Chance No Limit Hold'em Event started with 4 players:

Adam Geyer - 3.730.000
Antonin Teisseire - 3.425.000
Darryl Ronconi - 3.000.000
Eric Froehlich - 2.125.000


Eric Froehlich

On the 31st blind level Antonin Teisseire eliminated Eric Froehlich a pair of kings, Froehlich didn't manage to win his third bracelet at this event.

He was soon followed by Geyer, he looked into Teisseire's rivered pair of nines and was out. The heads-up was also dominated by the French player, he battled Darryl Ronconi through the 32nd blind level, where Ronconi, sitting on a 1,500,000 stack pushed all of it to the centre, Teisseire called.

Ronconi: {#}Q {#}8
Teisseire: {#}A {#}8

Board:
{#}T {#}Q {#}3 {#}2 {#}9

Antonin Teisseire

Antonin Teisserie won his first bracelet with a flush.

Final results:

1. Antonin Teisseire - $825.604
2. Darryl Ronconi - $510.053
3. Adam Geyer - $328.810
4. Eric Froehlich - $240.876
5. Narendra Banwari - $179.054
6. Vanessa Peng - $134.895
7. Mikhail Yakovlev - $102.870
8. Andrew Savitz - $79.370
9. Jim Routos - $61.899




Event #51 brought an interesting outcome as well, the American David Singontiko took down the main prize. Singontiko saved his money for months to be able to pay the $1,500 entry fee. His investment, however worked out for him quite well, he won $268,235 with his initial saving.

The 9-handed final table of the WSOP $1,500 Pot Limit Omaha Hi-Low Event started with the following chip count:

Jeffrey Gibralter - 1.500.000
Igor Sharaskin - 850.000
Marco Oliveira - 550.000
David Singontiko - 350.000
Thomas Scarber - 320.000
Cliff Kettinger - 245.000
Michael Yee - 230.000
Robert Campbell - 210.000
John Reiss - 140.000


John Reiss was elimated first, he was followed by Robert Campbell, Cliff Kettinger, Marco Oliveira and Thomas Scarber. The 3-handed game started with Igor Sharaskin's elimination:

David Singontiko - 2.435.000
Jeffrey Gibralter - 1.400.000
Michael Yee - 425.000


On the 26th blind level, Singontiko and Gibralter clashed, and as Singontiko made his flush in the pre-flop all-in hand, the heads-up was all set. However, it was one of the shorter heads-ups in WSOP history, they only played 2 hands, in the second hand, both players got pre-flop all-in:

Singontiko: {#}A {#}8 {#}T {#}5
Yee: {#}K {#}3 {#}5 {#}Q

Board:
{#}J {#}7 {#}8 {#}6 {#}T

David Singontiko

David Singontiko, the 21-year-old American player who worked for a $10 hourly fee at his father's company turned a $268,235 profit with his bracelet.

Final results:

1. David Singontiko - $268.235
2. Michael Yee - $165.346
3. Jeffrey Gibralter - $107.148
4. Igor Sharaskin - $78.413
5. Thomas Scarber - $58.235
6. Marco Oliveira - $43.830
7. Cliff Kettinger - $33.396
8. Robert Campbell - $25.746
9. John Reiss - $20.063


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