2004 World Poker Tour tournament champions and circuit winners. WPT tournament results

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This is a list of the winners on the 2004 World Poker Tour tournament circuit. The events will be in the order that the televised shows are presented on The Travel Channel. Each of the tournament champions will not only take home a huge amount of money, with some of them becoming instant millionaires, but will win a $25,000 seat at the World Poker Tour finals held at the Bellagio in Las Vegas, Nevada. In order to see who were the final table players and the winners along with their winnings, click on the WPT event you want to view. And if you would like to play in World Poker Tour, World Series of Poker satellite tournaments or just need information on current poker tournament of champion events for either one, visit our World Poker Tour page.

Borgata Poker Open Foxwoods World Poker Finals
Bellagio's World Poker Classic Aviation Club Grand Prix de Paris
Binion's World Poker Open Commerce Casino L.A. Poker Classic
Ladies Night at the WPT Ultimate Poker Classic Aruba
PokerStars Carribean Adventure WPT Battle of Champions
World Poker Tour Invitational Bay 101 Shooting Star
PartyPoker.com Million III Reno Hilton's World Poker Challenge
2004 WPT Championship

2004 World Poker Tour Champions

Borgata - Borgata Poker Open
September 20-22, 2003

  • #1 Noli Francisco - $470,000
  • #2 Charlie Shoten -- $235,000
  • #3 David Oppenheim -- $117,500
  • #4 Carlos Mortensen -- $70,125
  • #5 Mickey Seagle -- $52,875
  • #6 Randy Burger -- $41,125

Foxwoods Resort Casino - Foxwoods World Poker Finals
November 14-17, 2003

  • #1 Hoyt Corkins -- $1,089,200
  • #2 Mohamed Ibrahim -- $563,400
  • #3 Phil Hellmuth Jr. -- $281,700
  • #4 Chris Ackerman -- $226,925
  • #5 Senthil Kumar -- $164,325
  • #6 Brian Haveson -- $117,375

Bellagio - Bellagio's Five Diamond World Poker Classic
December 15-18, 2003

  • #1 Paul Phillips -- $1,100,000
  • #2 Dewey Tomko -- $552,000
  • #3 Gus Hansen -- $276,000
  • #4 Abe Mosseri -- $175,000
  • #5 Tino Lechich -- $130,000
  • #6 Mel Judah -- $101,000

Aviation Club de France - Grand Prix de Paris
July 10-13, 2003

  • #1 David Benyamine -- $402,779
  • #2 Jan Boubli -- $200,713
  • #3 George Paravoliasakis -- $151,098
  • #4 Abe Mosseri -- $175,000
  • #5 Erick Lindgren -- $60,439
  • #6 Lee Salem -- $40,255

Gold Strike Casino - Binion's World Poker Open
October 16-18, 2003

  • #1 Barry Greenstein -- $1,278,370
  • #2 Randy Jensen -- $656,450
  • #3 James Tippen -- $328,230
  • #4 Chip Reese -- $207,304
  • #5 Can Kim Hua -- $155,477
  • #6 Tony Hartman -- $120,927

Commerce Casino - L.A. Poker Classic
February 21-24, 2004

  • #1 Antonio Esfandiari -- $1,399,135
  • #2 Vinny Vihn -- $718,485
  • #3 Mike Keohan -- $359,245
  • #4 Bill Gazes -- $226,890
  • #5 Adam Schoenfeld -- $170,170
  • #6 David Benyamine -- $132,355

The Bicycle Casino - Ladies Night at the WPT
September 4, 2003
(Note: This was an invitation only tournament with no monetary prizes, but the winner received a $25,000 seat to the 2004 WPT championship)

  • #1 Clonie "The Texas Terminator" Gowen
  • #2 Evelyn Ng
  • #3 Annie Duke
  • #4 Maureen Feduniak
  • #5 Kathy Liebert
  • #6 Jennifer Harman

Ultimate Bet.com - Ultimate Poker Classic Aruba
October 16-18, 2003

  • #1 Erick Lindgren -- $500,000
  • #2 Daniel Larsson -- $300,745
  • #3 Anthony Fagan -- $194,230
  • #4 Barry Shulman -- $112,780
  • #5 Ted Harrington -- $68,920
  • #6 Rick Casper -- $43,860

PokerStars.com - PokerStars.com Carribean Adventure
January 18-25, 2004

  • #1 Gus Hansen -- $430,780
  • #2 Hoyt Corkins -- $290,062
  • #3 Daniel Negreanu -- $192,270
  • #4 Michael Benedetto -- $132,600
  • #5 John D'Agostino -- $99,450
  • #6 Remco Schrijvers -- $74,587

World Poker Tour Battle of Champions

  • #1 Ron Rose -- $125,000 Champion of Champions
  • #2 Jose Rosenkrantz -- $50,000
  • #3 Howard Lederer -- $30,000
  • #4 Juha Helppi -- $20,000
  • #5 Chris Karagulleyan -- $15,000
  • #6 Gus Hansen -- $10,000

Commerce Casino - WPT Invitational Commerce Casino
February 25-26, 2004

  • #1 Phil "Unibomber" Laak -- $100,000
  • #2 Humberto Brenes
  • #3 John Juanda
  • #4 Joe Cassidy
  • #5 Harry Demetriou
  • #6 Antonio Esfandiari

Bay 101 - Bay 101 Shooting Star
March 3-5, 2004

  • #1 Phil Gordon -- $360,000
  • #2 Chris Moneymaker -- $200,000
  • #3 Masoud Shojael -- $103,300
  • #4 Scott Wilson -- $79,800
  • #5 Suzie Kim -- $68,400
  • #6 Mark Mache -- $57,000

PartyPoker.com - PartyPoker Million III
March 13-20, 2004

  • #1 Erick Lindgren -- $1,000,000
  • #2 Daniel Negreanu -- $675,178
  • #3 Chris Hinchcliffe -- $441,463
  • #4 Steve Zolotow -- $259,684
  • #5 Barry Greenstein -- $194,763
  • #6 Scotty Nguyen -- $129,842

Reno Hilton - Reno Hilton's World Poker Challenge
March 30 - Apr. 1, 2004

  • #1 Michael Kinney -- $629,469
  • #2 Paul "Eskimo" Clark -- $310,403
  • #3 Harry Knopp -- $155,000
  • #4 Pete Muller -- $98,022
  • #5 Tony Bloom -- $73,517
  • #6 Young Phan -- $57,180

Bellagio - 2004 World Poker Tour Championship
April 19-23, 2004

  • #1 Martin de Knijff -- $2,728,356
  • #2 Hasan Habib -- $1,372,223
  • #3 Matt Matros -- $706,903
  • #4 Richard Grijalba -- $457,408
  • #5 Russell Rosenblum -- $332,660
  • #6 Steve Brecher -- $232,862

This season there are lots of new faces coming from every background on the planet, from multimillionaire software kings to L.A. Lakers owner Jerry Buss to unknowns who have been playing poker less than 6 months. These oncomers will face the top poker players around for the money and the title of being the best. Come back each week to see who won and who to keep tabs on in the future to take it all!
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