2005 World Series of Poker Tournaments Events 31 to 40

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Information for WSOP tournament updates on events 31 through 40 will be found for reference on here. Follow this group of tournaments as they are completed because the next grouping will have the Main Event (Event 42) news and updated topics for world series of poker.

2005 World Series of Poker Tournaments
Events 31 to 40

Event 31 June 29 - No-limit Hold'Em (Short Handed 6/table)
Doyle Brunson once again showed why he is a legend by winning the No-limit Hold'Em tournament and gaining his 10th WSOP bracelet! Brunson knew the bracelet was coming to him when his 10c 3d overcame Minh Ly's Ks Qd after the board produced 9s 8d 3h 4h 5c giving victory with just a pair of 3's. 301 players competed for a share of a $1,414,700 prize pool.

  • #1 Doyle Brunson -- $367,800
  • #2 Minh Ly -- $203,715
  • #3 Scotty Nguyen -- $106,105
  • #4 Layne Flack -- $99,030
  • #5 Ayaz Mahmood -- $82,055
  • #6 Jason Lester -- $67,905

Event 32 June 30 - Omaha High-Low Split
David Chiu is the winner of the Omaha High-Low, 8 or better tournament and taking home his 4th WSOP bracelet. The moment for elation came for David when his hand of Ac Kc 5c 3h qualified for the nut flush draw against Russel Salzer's hand of Ah Qh 6c 5h when the dealer placed down on the table Qd Jc 9s 4c 7c.

  • #1 David Chiu -- $347,410
  • #2 Russel Salzer -- $191,610
  • #3 Haim Kakoun -- $105,280
  • #4 Daniel Horowitz -- $84,225
  • #5 Stephen Ladowsky -- $63,170
  • #6 Hiroshi Shimamura -- $52,640
  • #7 Allen Cunningham -- $42,110
  • #8 Patrick Bueno -- $31,585
  • #9 Daniel Shak -- $21,055

Event 33 July 1 - No Limit Hold'Em
Andre Boyer is the winner of the Event #33 No Limit Hold'Em tournament. Andre Boyer is the poker analyst from Quebec for TV station RDS (Le Réseau des Sports), who is down reporting on the WSOP tournament. The win came when Boyer's 7s 7c out did Matthew Glantz's pair of 2s 2h once the dealer laid down As Kd 3s 3h 10h giving him the superior 2 pair and the title of champion. 1,010 entrants signed up to try and earn the top prize from the tournament's $2,787,600 prize pool.

  • #1 Andre Boyer -- $682,810
  • #2 Matthew Glantz -- $364,620
  • #3 Jerry Young -- $223,010
  • #4 Dennis Perry -- $195,130
  • #5 Michael Carroll -- $167,255
  • #6 Robert Betts -- $139,380
  • #7 Kenneth Blanton -- $111,505
  • #8 Morten Jensen -- $83,630
  • #9 John Duthie -- $55,750

Event 34 July 2 - Seniors No Limit Hold'Em
Paul McKinney is the winner of Event #34 receiving $202,725 and a WSOP bracelet. The hand of victory showed when McKinney revealed A J and Bob Hume showed Ac 4c after both went all in. What hit the felt next was A Q 2 Q 3 giving the win with a Jack kicker. 825 players entered the tournament. Prize pool amount was $750,750.

  • #1 Paul McKinney -- $202,725
  • #2 Robert Hume -- $106,230
  • #3 Paul Fischman -- $60,060
  • #4 Robert Redman -- $52,555
  • #5 Charlie Zeghibe -- $45,045
  • #6 Louis Barkoutsis -- $37,540
  • #7 Peter Vilandos -- $30,030
  • #8 Daniel Klein -- $22,525
  • #9 Carol Bollinger -- $15,015

Event 35 July 2 - Pot Limit Omaha
Rafi Amit won Event #35 winning against Vinny Vinh at the heads up. Rafi even survived a mandatory 10 minute penalty from the tournament director for dropping the "F-bomb", which cost him 191,000 in blinds. 165 players entered the tournament and the prize pool was $1,551,000.

  • #1 Rafi Amit -- $511,835
  • #2 Vinny Vinh -- $282,280
  • #3 Jeff Rine -- $155,100
  • #4 Derek Baxter -- $124,080
  • #5 Simon Trumper -- $93,060
  • #6 Todd Brunson -- $77,550
  • #7 Ferit Gabriellson -- $62,040
  • #8 Erik Seidel -- $46,530
  • #9 Istvan Novak -- $31,020

Event 36 July 3 - Limit Hold'em
Todd Witteles is the winner of the WSOP Limit Hold'Em tournament and received $347,385 along with a WSOP gold bracelet for the victory. It seemed that Todd was busting players out left and right all the way to the end. At the final table, he was responsible for removing Kieu Duong, Daryl Mixan, Rafael Perry, Craig Crivello and Matt Matros. The hand of victory came when Daryl Mixan went all in with his remaning chips holding K 6 when the board showed K 8 7 10 on the turn. Todd called with 10 7. The river card was an Q which was great for Todd.

  • #1 Todd Witteles -- $347,385
  • #2 Daryl Mixan -- $179,290
  • #3 Kieu Duong -- $89,645
  • #4 Rafael Perry -- $78,440
  • #5 Matt Hawrilenko -- $67,235
  • #6 Craig Crivello -- $56,030
  • #7 Cyndy Violette -- $44,820
  • #8 Mike Nargi -- $33,615
  • #9 Matt Matros -- $22,410
  • #10 Eddy Scharf -- $13,445

Event 37 July 4 -- No Limit Hold'Em with Rebuys
Jon Heneghan is the winner of the No Limit Hold'Em tournament. He was rewarded with $611,015 and a WSOP gold bracelet. Jon's victory came when his J 10 held up to Paul Deng's 10d 5d once the board showed Kc Jd 4d 8c 7s. 894 players entered and the prize pool was $2,350,020.

  • #1 Jon Heneghan -- $611,015
  • #2 Paul Deng -- $324,305
  • #3 Todd Aron -- $188,000
  • #4 Gary Do -- $164,500
  • #5 Alex Balandin -- $141,000
  • #6 Freddy Deeb -- $117,500
  • #7 Barry Greenstein -- $94,000
  • #8 John Kim -- $70,500
  • #9 Les Amoils -- $47,000

Event 38 July 5 - Super Satellite Day
No information released as of July 5th

Event 39 July 5 - No Limit 2 to 7 Draw Lowball with Rebuys
David Grey is the champion of Event #39 and received $365,135 along with a beautiful gold WSOP bracelet. 65 players participated in this event and the prize pool was $986,860.

  • #1 David Grey -- $365,135
  • #2 John Hennigan -- $217,110
  • #3 Dewey Tomko -- $138,160
  • #4 Mark Weitzman -- $108,555
  • #5 Doug Booth -- $78,950
  • #6 Russell Salzer -- $49,345
  • #7 Jeffrey Lisandro -- $29,605
  • #8 Trung Ly -- no money
  • #9 Paul Phillips -- no money

Event 40 July 6 - Super Satellite Day
No information released as of July 6th

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