2004 World Series of Poker Results

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2004 World Series of Poker Results

Here are the names of the 2004 World Series of Poker tournament winners who all received a beautiful bracelet proving that they are true champions.

Limit Hold'em-Casino Employees - April 22
Carl Nessel

No-Limit Hold'em - April 23 & 24
James Vogl

Seven Card Stud - April 24 & 25
Ted Forrest

Limit Hold'em - April 25 & 26
Aaron Katz

Omaha High-Low 8/OB - April 26 & 27
Curtis Bibb

Pot-Limit Hold'em No Rebuy - April 27 & 28
Minh Nguyen

No-Limit Hold'em Multi Rebuy - April 28 & 29
Gerard Drehobl

Pot-Limit Omaha - April 29 & 30
Chau Giang

No-Limit Hold'em - April 30 thru May 1
Scott Fischman

Seven Card Stud High-Low 8/OB - May 1 & 2
Cyndy Violette

Limit Hold'em - May 2 & 3
Eli Balas

H.O.R.S.E. - May 3 & 4
Scott Fischman

No-Limit Hold'em - May 4 & 5
Thomas Keller

Seven Card Stud High-Low 8/OB - May 5 & 6
Hasan Habib

Limit Hold'em - May 6 & 7
Daniel Negreanu

No-Limit Deuce to Seven Draw - May 7
Barry Greenstein

Limit Hold'em Shootout Day - May 7 & 8
Kathy Liebert

No-Limit Hold'em Shoot Out - May 8 & 9
Hung Phi Nguyen

Omaha High-Low 8/OB - May 9 & 10
Annie Duke

Ladies Limit Hold'em - May 9 & 10
Huong "Crystal" Doan

Pot-Limit Hold'em - May 10 & 11
Antonio Esfandiari

Omaha High-Low 8/OB World Championship Day - May 11 & 12
Brett Jungblut

No-Limit Hold'em - May 12 & 13
Ted Forrest

Seven Card Stud World Championship - May 13 & 14
Jaya "Joe" Awata

Pot-Limit Hold'em - May 14 & 15
Gavin Griffin

Seven Card Razz - May 15 & 16
T.J. Cloutier

Seniors' No-Limit Hold'em - May 17 & 18
Gary Gibbs

Limit Hold'em - May 17 & 18
Johnny Hennigan

No-Limit Hold'em - May 18 & 19
Mike Sica

Pot-Limit Omaha Day - May 19 & 20
Ted Lawson

Ace to Five Draw Lowball - No Rebuy - May 20
Norm Ketchum

2004 WSOP Main Event

2004 WSOP winner
Gregory Paul Raymer is now $5,000,000 richer after showing that he came out on top of 2576 players from allcomers from all walks of life. David Williams was second with a paycheck of $3,500,000. Joshua Arieh took $2,500,000 for 3rd, Dan Harrington has $1,500,000 for 4th, Glenn Hughes with $1,100,000 for 5th place, Al Krux with $800,000 for 6th, Matt Dean $675,000 for 7th, Mattias Andersson $575,000 for 8th and Michael McClain $470,400 for 9th place.

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