WSOP 2007 Event #13 (End of Day 2)

2007 World Series of Poker        
Rio All-Suite Casino and Hotel
Official Results

Event #13
Pot-Limit Hold’em World Championship
Buy-In: $5,000
Number of Entries: 398
Total Prize Money: $1,870,600
Date of Tournament: June 8-10, 2007                           

WSOP 2007 Event #13 End of Day Two Results

The Final Table:

1
Miami, FL
295,000
2
Las Vegas, NV
341,000
3
Raymond Travis Rice
Houston, TX
544,000
4
Silver Springs, NV
254,000
5
New Castle, PA
631,000
6
Orange County, CA
524,000
7
San Jose, Costa Rica
225,000
8
Bossier, LA
182,000
9
Salerno, Italy
982,000

In-the-Money Finishers: 

1.
 
 
$487,287
2.
 
 
$294,620
3.
 
 
$197,348
4.
 
 
$132,813
5.
 
 
$99,142
6.
 
 
$78,565
7.
 
 
$58,924
8.
 
 
$43,959
9.
 
 
$31,800
10.
Helena, MT
$21,512
11.
Rancho Palos Verdes, CA
$21,512
12.
Marina Del Ray, CA
$21,512
13.
Las Vegas, NV
$19,641
14.
Olathe, KS
$19,641
15.
New York, NY
$19,641
16.
Las Vegas, NV
$17,771
17.
Las Vegas, NV
$17,771
18.
Jan Christoph Von Halle
Hamburg, Germany
$17,771
19.
John Dwyer
Dundalk, Ireland
$15,900
20.
Aliso Viejo, CA
$15,900
21.
Austin, TX
$15,900
22.
Atherton, CA
$15,900
23.
Scottsdale, AZ
$15,900
24.
Toronto, ON
$15,900
25.
Toronto, ON
$15,900
26.
Escondido, CA
$15,900
27.
Alex Kravchenko
Moscow, Russia
$15,900
28.
New South Wales, Australia
$14,030
29.
Genoa, IL
$14,030
30.
Abbotsford, BC
$14,030
31.
London, UK
$14,030
32.
Irvine, CA
$14,030
33.
Moscow, Russian Federation
$14,030
34.
Arlington, TX
$14,030
35.
Rotterdam, Netherlands
$14,030
36.
N/A
 
$14,030
 

Tournament Notes:

What promises to be one of the most exciting final tables of the 2007 WSOP will begin on Sunday, June 10 at 2 pm PST. The entire final table (including hole cards of players) will be available for viewing at the official WSOP webcast at: www.worldseriesofpoker.com

The nine finalists hold nine WSOP gold bracelets combined. Five players are former winners, with Allen Cunningham leading the way (four previous wins). Cunningham also took third place in the main event last year.

This is the largest buy-in for a Pot-Limit Hold’em tournament anywhere in the world. Hence, it is officially the “Pot Limit World Championship.”