PocketFivers Finish 6-7-8 in WSOP $1,500 Seven Card Stud Event

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In Event #21 of the 2010 World Series of Poker (WSOP), members of the online poker community continued their assault, finishing sixth, seventh, and eighth in the $1,500 Seven Card Stud tournament. Poker author Jon PearlJammer Turner (pictured) was the first to depart, getting his chips in the middle with a pair of queens and ultimately making trips. However, Owais Ahmed spiked a flush and Turner was relegated to the rails, $13,000 richer for his efforts. Event #21 marked Turner’s fourth WSOP final table and it seems to be only a matter of time until he captures a bracelet.

PokerStarspro Pat TorontoToroPezzin (pictured) was eliminated in seventh place and earned $16,000. After having his stack crippled in a three-way pot with two pair, Pezzin committed the last of his chips and watched as he was dealt a pair of sixes. However, Titan Pokerpro Sorel Imper1um Mizzi made trip jacks and that was all she wrote for Pezzin. The Canadian finished second in last year’s World Championship of Limit Hold’em for nearly $300,000.

Mizzi was ousted at the hands of Darren Shebellin sixth place and banked $22,000 in his third career WSOP final table. Here’s a look at the final leaderboard in Event #21:

1. Richard Ashby – $140,467
2. Christine Pietsch – $86,756
3. Darren Shebell – $55,955
4. Dan Heimiller – $40,544
5. Owais Ahmed – $29,809
6. Sorel Imper1umMizzi – $22,235
7. Pat TorontoToroPezzin – $16,826
8. Jon PearlJammerTurner – $12,916

WSOP bracelet winner Blair Rodman (pictured) took sixth in Event #20, $1,500 Pot Limit Omaha. The tournament drew 885 players and the top 81 landed in the money. Rodman called all-in with 9c-8c-7c-5d on a flop of 9s-6h-4s. He was up against Klinghammer Thibaut, who showed As-Jh-7s-6s for a pair of sixes and a flush draw. However, the turn was the ace of diamonds, giving Rodman’s opponent aces-up, and a river king sent him heading for the cage to pick up $32,000.

The final nine in Event #20 cashed out as follows:

1. John Barch – $256,919
2. Klinghammer Thibaut – $158,698
3. Trai Dang – $102,306
4. Nenad Medic – $74,946
5. Ashkan Razavi – $55,711
6. Chris Hyong Chang – $41,971
7. Blair Rodman – $32,007
8. Tyler Patterson – $24,695
9. Denton Pfister – $19,259

Andrew achenChen and Tristan Cre8iveWade (pictured) were among the survivors of Day 1A of Saturday’s $1,000 No Limit Hold’em tournament (Event #24). A rousing field of 1,931 turned out for the first of two starting days and John Tolbert finished tops on the leaderboard with a stack of 73,900. There are 290 players left standing after Day 1A. Among those still in the hunt and sitting in the top 100 in chips are:

23. Andrew achenChen – 38,425
36. Jason jdpc27Wheeler – 34,150
43. Tristan Cre8iveWade – 32,750
55. David Doc Sands Sands – 30,975
64. Scott SCTrojansFreeman – 29,500
81. Peter BelabacsiTraply – 26,650
91. David donkcommitedMiscikowski – 25,375
94. Jim jimbo1420069Casement – 24,025
97. Simon pokerbrat13Charette – 23,725

The only event starting up on Sunday is Day 1B of the $1,000 No Limit Hold’em tournament at Noon PT. Stay tuned to PocketFives.com for the latest WSOP coverage of online poker players. Plus, check out our partial list of member cashes in the 2010 WSOP.