WPT LAPC: Victory of Chris Moorman for an earning of more than $1M
It was necessary to wait 164 hands and almost 7 hours to know the winner of the World Poker Tour L.A. Poker Classic during the final table. In the morning of Friday, Chris Moorman was the last player remaining on the final table, after pushing Glenn Lafaye aside. At the beginning of this final table of the Main Event of the WPT LAPC, six players still aspire to the title. Michael Rocco begun the day with the highest number of chips (5,615,000), followed by Chris Moorman (3,190,000), Patrick Bruel (2,280,000), Josh Neufeld (1,930,000), Glenn Lafaye (1,855,000) and Adam Friedman (1,150,000). But the eliminations followed one after one to the point that Chris Moorman and Glenn Lafaye met in their first final head-up in the 129th hand, with respective stacks of 7,750,000 and 8,275,000. 35 hands later, the situation changed and Chris Moorman stood out on his opponent. He pocketed $1,015,460 and Gold Monster 24K headphone, while Glenn Lafaye settled with $662,840 for his place of runner-up of this poker tournament.
Earlier in the evening, we attended the elimination of Michael Rocco for a gain of $423,440 in the 3rd place. This poker event was marked by the comeback of Patrick Bruel on the international circuit, by managing to qualify in the final table, with the third best number of chips. But the French missed all chances to renew victory after his elimination in the 4th place for $332,190. Josh Neufeld was eliminated in the 5th place ($264,520), an elimination which comes just after the one of Adam Friedman ($200,440).
Wednesday, 12 March 2014
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