2011 World Series of Poker

Event #34: $1,000 No-Limit Hold’em
Zilele: 3
Event Info

2011 World Series of Poker

Rezultate finale
Mâna câştigătoare
Event Info
Fond de premiere
Informaţii Nivel
50,000 / 100,000

King Cohen

Andrew Rudnik raised to 200,000 from the small blind and Justin Cohen called from the big. On all three streets of the {J-Clubs}{J-Spades}{2-Spades}{J-Hearts}{3-Hearts} board, Rudnik led out for 225,000 and Cohen snap-called. Rudnik turned over {K-}{3-} for a full house, jacks full of threes. But Cohen showed {K-}{K-} for a better full house, jacks full of kings, to win the sizeable pot and separate himself from Rudnik.

Jucător Fise Progres
Justin Cohen
Justin Cohen
4,225,000 875,000
Andrew Rudnik us
Andrew Rudnik
2,375,000 -875,000

Taguri: Justin CohenAndrew Rudnik


Nivel 29 : 40,000/80,000, 10,000 ante
Crazy Final Table in Event #34
Crazy Final Table in Event #34

Andrew Rudnik had been dominating play three-handed when the following hand occurred:

Justin Cohen folded his button and Mark Schmid raised his small blind to 200,000. Rudnik quickly made it 500,000 from the big blind and after about minute, Cohen announced he was all in. Rudnik asked for a count and learned it was just over 2 million more for him to call. With about 3 million behind, he decided to call and this pot would be for well over half the chips in play.

Schmid: {a-Hearts}{q-Clubs}
Rudnik: {a-Spades}{j-Hearts}

Right in the window was the {q-Hearts} for Schmid. With it were the seemingly harmless {3-Clubs}{2-Spades}. Without running Jacks or straight cards, Schmid would be our new chip leader with over 5 million chips. Although his rail is small, they immediately started chanting for that bracelet. But the action, unfortunately for Schmid and his rail, wasn't over. The turn was the {4-Hearts} and the river was the {5-Spades}. Each player rivered a wheel and the pot was chopped.

Justin Cohen, who wasn't even involved in the hand walked away from the table and started saying to nobody in particular "What is this table? I can't believe this table!" In fact, this final table has been rather wild. With many all ins and suck outs, we can only imagine what is in store for the final 90 minutes tonight and tomorrow if necessary.

Hang on Justin, hang on.

Taguri: Andrew RudnikJustin CohenMark Schmid

Jonathan Clancy Eliminated in 4th Place ($154,722)

Jonathan Clancy
Jonathan Clancy

After shoving the previous hand and picking up the blinds, Jonathan Clancy moved all in again for 700,000. Justin Cohen made the call and the players turned up their hands.

Clancy: {J-Clubs}{J-Diamonds}
Cohen: {K-Diamonds}{Q-Hearts}

It was a classic coinflip for Clancy’s tournament life and the flop came a clean {9-Diamonds}{8-Diamonds}{3-Spades} for him. The turn brought the {K-Spades} however to launch Cohen into the lead and Clancy would need one of the two remaining jacks left on the river to survive. Unfortunately for him, it came the {3-Diamonds} and he was eliminated while both him and his rail displayed their disappointment and frustration. The pot vaulted Cohen into first place but only by a small margin.

Jucător Fise Progres
Justin Cohen
Justin Cohen
3,200,000 700,000
Jonathan Clancy
Jonathan Clancy

Taguri: Jonathan ClancyJustin Cohen

Ace-High Good for Rudnik

Nivel 29 : 40,000/80,000, 10,000 ante

Action folded to Andrew Rudnik in the small blind and he raised it to 200,000. Justin Cohen called in the big blind and they saw a flop heads up.

The dealer peeled out the {7-Hearts}{9-Diamonds}{6-Hearts} and Rudnik led out for 225,000. Cohen called the bet and the turn was the {k-Spades}. Rednik stacked 300,000 this time and slid them out. Before he had even stopped moving them forward, Cohen had called and off they went to a river with a pot that had already reached nearly 1.5 million.

When the {7-Clubs} hit the river, Rudnik tapped the table, Cohen quickly checked behind and showed {q-Hearts}{10-Hearts} for a busted flush draw. Rudnik tabled {a-Hearts}{8-Clubs} for a busted straight draw but was still able to scoop the large pot with his Ace-high.

Rudnik now has 3 million chips while Cohen falls to 2.5 million.

Taguri: Andrew RudnikJustin Cohen

Nivel: 29

Blinduri: 40,000/80,000

Ante: 10,000

Break Time

Nivel 28 : 30,000/60,000, 10,000 ante

The tournament director asked the players if they'd like to shorten the scheduled 20 minute break. All the players agreed that they just needed 15 minutes so we'll be back covering the action 5 minutes earlier than planned.

Trevor Vanderveen Eliminated in 5th Place ($113,297)

Trevor Vanderveen
Trevor Vanderveen

Justin Cohen raised to 160,000 as the first to act and Mark Schmid called next in the hijack. Trevor Vanderveen then moved all in for 1,000,000 in the cutoff and Cohen snap-called. Schmid folded and the players revealed their hands.

Cohen: {Q-Spades}{Q-Clubs}
Vanderveen: {A-Spades}{J-Hearts}

Cohen was ahead and it stayed that way when the flop came {K-Spades}{8-Diamonds}{7-Hearts}. The {2-Hearts} on the turn changed nothing and Vanderveen would need one of the three remaining aces in the deck on the river to survive. Unfortunately for him, it came the {6-Spades} and he was eliminated. Schmid said that he had folded pocket eights and had he stuck around, he would have won the hand and perhaps eliminated both players. Woulda...coulda...shoulda.

Jucător Fise Progres
Justin Cohen
Justin Cohen
3,300,000 1,550,000
Mark Schmid us
Mark Schmid
3,140,000 -160,000
WSOP 1X Winner
Trevor Vanderveen
Trevor Vanderveen

Taguri: Trevor VanderveenJustin CohenMark Schmid