WSOP 2007 Event #46 $1,000 Seven Card Stud Hi/Lo Final Results

2007 World Series of Poker 
Rio All-Suite Hotel and Casino, Las Vegas, NV
Official Results

Event #46
Seven-Card Stud High-Low (Eight-or-Better)
Buy-In:  $1,000
Number of Entries:  668 
Total Prize Money:  $607,880
Date of Tournament:  June 28-30, 2007

WSOP Event #46 Final Results

Tom Schneider Scottsdale, AZ $147,713
Hoyt Verner Melbourne Beach, FL $82,064
3 Miguel De La Cruz Miami, FL $51,670
Scotty Nguyen Las Vegas, NV $31,610
Saundra Taylor Washington DC $24,619
6 Hieu "Tony" Ma S. El Monte, CA $19,270
Tommy Hang Lynnwood, WA $14,711
Woody Deck Vilnius, Lithuania $11,063
Mark Smyrski Seminole, FL $7,538
10 Michael Landers Las Vegas, NV $7,538
11 Petros Theocharides Gilbert, AZ $6,930
12 Andreas Krause Germany $6,930
13 Douglas Saab Trussville, AL $6,322
14 Frank Henderson Houston, TX $6,322
15 Ronald Ware Tracy, CA $5,714
16 Frank Stollmack Brigantine, NJ $5,714
17 Blaize Hjelmgren Las Vegas, NV $5,106
18 Michael Krescanko Scottsdale, AZ $5,106
19 Lionel Longson Las Vegas, NV $5,106
20 Wai Kei Liu United Kingdom $5,106
21 Oliver Tse San Francisco, CA $5,106
22 Jeff Rodriguez Atlanta, GA $5,106
23 Danny Hart San Pedro, CA $5,106
24 Marlon Miline Las Vegas, NV $5,106
25 Scott Epstein Las Vegas, NV $4,498
26 Song Webb Dallas, TX $4,498
27 Rajiv Khanna Toronto, Canada $4,498
28 Leah Lombardo Absecon, NJ $4,498
29 Daniel Heimiller Las Vegas, NV $4,498
30 David Kutcher Las Vegas, NV $4,498
31 Farzad Rouhani Gaithersburg, MD $4,498
32 Charlie Ng Las Vegas, NV $4,498
33 Chad Brown Los Angeles, CA $3,890
34 Sheila Gralak Dunedin, FL $3,890
35 Randall Skaggs Las Vegas, NV $3,890
36 Eric Brix White Bear Lake, MN $3,890
37 John Goyette Los Angeles, CA $3,890
38 John Womack Landerhill, FL $3,890
39 Todd Ickow Valparaiso, IN $3,890
40 Joseph Petro Lafayette, LA $3,890
41 Theo Jorgensen Denmark $3,283
42 Mathew Cherackal Storrs, CT $3,283
43 Robert Haney DeWitt, MI $3,283
44 Mark Gritter Eagan, MN $3,283
45 Barry Hartheimer New York, NY $3,283
46 William Kohler Cincinatti, OH $3,283
47 Chae Shin Downey, CA $3,283
48 Manuel Labandeira Corona, CA $3,283
49 Jared Alexander Machesney Park, IL $2,675
50 Rolf Slotboom Amsterdam, Netherlands $2,675
51 Brian Goddard Huntington Beach, CA $2,675
52 Mike McClannahan Las Vegas, NV $2,675
53 Sauah Levy Cookeville, TN $2,675
54 Ron Fast  Pompton Plains, NJ $2,675
55 Jonathan Aguiar Las Vegas, NV $2,675
56 Charles Burris Austin, TX $2,675
57 Eugene Borbas Tustin, CA $2,067
58 Eric Buchman Valley Stream, NY $2,067
59 Frank Werder  Germany $2,067
60 Grayson Nichols Windermere, FL $2,067
61 Charles Walters Vero Beach, FL $2,067
62 Jeffrey Lisandro Salerno, Italy $2,067
63 Christopher Debock Tampa, FL $2,067
64 George Wang Sugar Land, TX $2,067
 
Tournament Notes:
 
-- The winner of the $1,000 buy-in Seven-Card Stud High-Low championship was Tom Schneider, from Scottsdale, AZ.   He is a 47-year-old poker player and author.  This was his second victory at the World Series of Poker, and second gold bracelet won this year.   He previously prevailed in the mixed-game event (Omaha High-Low and Seven-Card Stud).
 
-- Schneider's victory means that the WSOP will have crowned a double-gold bracelet winner in each of the last four years.   Despite the huge tournament fields, at least one player at each World Series in recent years was able to break through the ranks.  Duel-winners in recent years include Scott Fischman (2004), Mark Seif (2005), Bill Chen and Jeff Madsen (2006), and now Tom Schneider in 2007.  
 
-- Schneider not only wrote a poker book called "Oops, I won Too Much Money!" he also hosts a regular radio show on poker.
 
-- The winner was cheered on by his wife.  They have three children.
 
-- Schneider holds a degree in accounting and finance from Arizona State University.
 
-- Remarkably, Schneider has cashed three times at this year's WSOP.  All three were final table appearances.   Two were outright victories.
 
-- The runner up in this event was Hoyt Verner, from Melbourne Beach, FL.  Verner made it to the final table of this event last year, as well.
 
-- 1998 world poker champion Scotty "the Prince" Nguyen finished in fourth place.   This was his second final table appearance this year.  He took second in the previous Seven-Card Stud (Eight-or-Better) event.
 
-- Former WSOP gold bracelet winner Tony Ma finished in sixth place.
 
-- Other former WSOP gold bracelet winners who cashed in this event include – Doug Saab (13), Frank Henderson (14), O'Neil Longson (19), Dan Heimiller (29), and Jeffrey Lisandro (62).