2005 World Series of Poker Tournament Events 11 to 20

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2005 World Series of Poker (WSOP) tournament results for events 11 to 20 can be found on this webpage of our site. Stay up on news and information on the winners, amounts of money won plus links to any relative news for that tournament. Come back to follow the results as performance in the WSOP for players counts toward earning a seat in the WSOP Tournament of Champions.

2005 World Series of Poker Tournament
Events 11 to 20

Event 11 June 12 - Pot Limit Hold'Em
Congratulations are in order for Edward Moncada who earned $298,070 and a gold WSOP bracelet for his victory over Steve Hudak. The win for Edward came when his pocket 8's held up to Steve's Ac 8s. The board showed 9c 4d 2d, turn card was Qd, river card was Qh. 542 players entered the event for a share of a $993,600 prize pool.

  • #1 Edward Moncada -- $298,070
  • #2 Steve Hudak -- $159,970
  • #3 David Cossio -- $79,490
  • #4 Shah Ajay -- $69,550
  • #5 Freddy Deeb -- $59,615
  • #6 Sharbel Koumi -- $49,680
  • #7 Marco Traniello -- $39,745
  • #8 Elia Ahmadian -- $29,810
  • #9 Yoshitaka Oku -- $19,870

Event 12 June 13 - Pot Limit Omaha with Rebuys
Josh Arieh pockets $381,600 and a gold WSOP bracelet for the tournament win over Chris Ferguson. 212 players were in this WSOP event which had a $1,180,080 prize pool after rebuys were factored in. Josh's victory was a tough battle seeing that mostly the seasoned professional entered this tournament.

  • #1 Josh Arieh -- $381,600
  • #2 Chris Ferguson -- $210,460
  • #3 Ronald Graham -- $115,640
  • #4 Tony Sevnsom -- $92,510
  • #5 Max Pescatori -- $69,385
  • #6 Arturo Diaz -- $57,820
  • #7 Dave Colclough -- $46,225
  • #8 Doug Lee -- $34,690
  • #9 Erik Seidel -- $23,130

Event 13 June 14 - No Limit Hold'Em
T.J. Cloutier won Event #13 receiving $657,100 and his 6th WSOP gold bracelet. T.J.'s victory came when his Ad 5h went in against Steven Zoine's Ah Ks. The flop showed 9h 8s 6c, turn card was a Js and the river card a 7d giving T.J. the straight and the win. 466 competitors entered this tournament. The prize pool was $2,190,200.

  • #1 T.J Cloutier -- $657,100
  • #2 Steven Zoine -- $352,620
  • #3 John Bonetti -- $175,215
  • #4 Neal Wang -- $153,315
  • #5 Jason Berilgen -- $131,410
  • #6 John Hennigan -- $109,510
  • #7 Dustin Woolf -- $87,610
  • #8 Todd Brunson -- $65,705
  • #9 Tony Ma -- $43,805
  • #10 Gavin Smith -- $24,090

Event 14 June 15 - Seven Card Stud High-Low Split
Steve Hohn was the victor of a 4 1/2 hour heads up with Mike Wattel in a battle for the championship. Once Al Ruck left the table in 3rd place, the chip count was Hohn 230,000 and Wattel 374,000. It was not good for Hohn as he lost chips hand after hand. At one point Hohn was down to 60,000 but he started fighting back hard winning small pot after small pot until he became the winner. 589 players entered the tournament and the prize pool was $541,450.

  • #1 Steve Hohn -- $156,985
  • #2 Mike Wattel -- $88,800
  • #3 Al Ruck -- $51,440
  • #4 Jonathan Paul -- $39,525
  • #5 Peter Phillips -- $32,485
  • #6 Sheila Gralak -- $25,450
  • #7 Men "The Master" Nguyen -- $20,035
  • #8 Giacomo D'Agostino -- $14,080

Event 15 June 16 - Limit Hold'em Shootout
Mark Seif who plays on a regular basis at AbsolutePoker.com, was the winner of the Limit Hold'em shootout. The gold bracelet came for Mark when his K Q overcame William Shaw's 9 3 to make the straight when the table showed A 2 J T 7. 450 players entered the tournament and the prize pool was $621,000.

  • #1 Mark Seif -- $181,330
  • #2 William Shaw -- $93,770
  • #3 Alex Borteh -- $46,885
  • #4 Robert Mizrachi -- $46,885
  • #5 Quinn Do -- $34,460
  • #6 Aram Zerounian -- $28,255
  • #7 Kathy Liebert -- $24,840
  • #8 Sam Siharath -- $18,630
  • #9 M.J. Partin -- $12,420

Event 16 June 17 - No-Limit Hold'Em Shootout
Anthony Reategui is the winner of the No Limit Hold'Em Shootout tournament. He received a WSOP gold bracelet and $269,100 as champion. Anthony's winning hand came when he went all-in holding Ad 2d and it was called by Paul Kroh who held Kd Qd. The board produced 10d 10s 8s 8c 7d and Anthony won it with an Ace high hand. The prize pool for this event is $1,076,400 and 780 players entered this event.

  • #1 Anthony Reategui -- $269,100
  • #2 Paul Kroh -- $146,380
  • #3 Phil Gordon -- $75,350
  • #4 Young Phan -- $64,535
  • #5 Kenny Robbins -- $53,820
  • #6 Ted Lawson -- $43,055
  • #7 Dariush Imani -- $32,290
  • #8 Allen Goldstein -- $25,835
  • #9 Erick Lindgren -- $20,450
  • #10 Keith Quilty -- $16,145

Event 17 June 18 - Limit Hold'Em
Quinn Do of Seattle, Washington was the winner of Event #17 taking home a gold WSOP bracelet and $265,975. Quinn's winning hand of Ac 7c was bad for Chi Chang who held Jd 9h when the flop showed Qc 3c 2c. Turn card was Jc, river was card 5d and Quinn Do was very excited!

  • #1 Quinn Do -- $265,975
  • #2 Chi Chang -- $137,265
  • #3 Mike Davis -- $68,630
  • #4 Tony Nasr -- $60,055
  • #5 Tom Franklin -- $51,475
  • #6 Sam Arzoin -- $42,895
  • #7 Rodeen Talebi -- $34,315
  • #8 Spencer Sun -- $25,735
  • #9 Noah Boeken -- $17,160

Event 18 June 19 - Seven Card Stud High-Low Split
Denis Ethier won the Seven Card Stud tournament and received $160,682 along with his bracelet for the win. He had to work hard to earn it seeing that he had the lowest stack of chips going into the final table. 279 players entered this event and the prize pool was $513,360.

  • #1 Denis Ethier -- $160,682
  • #2 Chad Brown -- $89,838
  • #3 Jennifer Harman -- $53,903
  • #4 Tim Fu -- $38,502
  • #5 Lance Elderman -- $31,828
  • #6 Bonnie Rossi -- $25,155
  • #7 Phillip Penn -- $20,021
  • #8 Tom McCormick -- $14,374

Event 19 - Pot Limit Omaha
Barry Greenstein has won a WSOP bracelet as the champion of the Pot-Limit Omaha tournament. Barry received $128,505 which according to his wishes will be given to charity. There were 291 entries in this event creating a prize pool of $423,405.

  • #1 Barry Greenstein -- $423,405
  • #2 Paul Vinci -- $70,680
  • #3 Chris Lindenmayer -- $36,140
  • #4 Toto Leonidas -- $28,110
  • #5 Tim Martz -- $24,095
  • #6 Paul Maxfield -- $20,080
  • #7 Chris Ferguson -- $16,065
  • #8 Sam Silverman -- $12,045
  • #9 Eric Bloore -- $8,030

Event #20 - Pot Limit Hold'Em
Congratulations are in order for Brian Wilson who is the WSOP Pot Limit Hold'Em champion. Brian receives his gold bracelet and $370,685! Brian's Ac Qd overcame John Gale's Kc Js when the board showed 9d 6s 3c 7h 2c giving the Ace high hand and the win.

  • #1 Brian Wilson -- $370,685
  • #2 John Gale -- $204,440
  • #3 Derek Leforte -- $112,330
  • #4 Allen Cunningham -- $89,865
  • #5 Anthony Cousineau -- $67,400
  • #6 Steven Liu -- $56,165
  • #7 Cyndy Violette -- $44,930
  • #8 Joe Sebok -- $33,700
  • #9 Burt Boutin -- $22,645

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