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World Poker Tour season 3 results

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Below are the results of season three of the World Poker Tour television series (2004–2005).

Results

Grand Prix de Paris

  • Casino: Aviation Club de France, Paris[1]
  • Buy-in: €10,000
  • 5-Day Event: July 17, 2004 to July 21, 2004
  • Number of Entries: 205
  • Total Prize Pool: €1,957,750
  • Number of Payouts: 27
Final Table
Place Name Prize
1st Surinder Sunar €679,860 ($828,956)
2nd Tony G €339,930 ($414,478)
3rd Jim Overman €203,960 ($248,689)
4th Peter Roche €135,970 ($165,789)
5th Ben Roberts €101,980 ($124,345)
6th Dave Colclough €84,890 ($103,507)

Mirage Poker Showdown

  • Casino: The Mirage, Paradise, Nevada[1]
  • Buy-in: $10,000
  • 4-Day Event: July 29, 2004 to August 1, 2004
  • Number of Entries: 281
  • Total Prize Pool: $2,725,200
  • Number of Payouts: 27
Final Table
Place Name Prize
1st Eli Elezra $1,024,574
2nd Lee Watkinson $513,038
3rd Gabe Kaplan $256,519
4th John Juanda $162,012
5th Scotty Nguyen $121,509
6th Jim Meehan $94,507

Legends of Poker

  • Casino: Bicycle Casino, Los Angeles[1]
  • Buy-in: $5,000
  • 4-Day Event: August 28, 2004 to August 31, 2004
  • Number of Entries: 667
  • Total Prize Pool: $3,335,000
  • Number of Payouts: 63
  • Winning Hand: Q 9
Final Table
Place Name Prize
1st Doyle Brunson $1,198,260
2nd Lee Watkinson $578,375
3rd Pete Lawson $272,665
4th Grant Helling $170,175
5th Joe Awada $132,200
6th Tom Lee $99,150

Borgata Poker Open

  • Casino: Borgata, Atlantic City[1]
  • Buy-in: $10,000
  • 4-Day Event: September 19, 2004 to September 22, 2004
  • Number of Entries: 302
  • Total Prize Pool: $3,020,000
  • Number of Payouts: 27
  • Winning Hand: A A
Final Table
Place Name Prize
1st Daniel Negreanu $1,117,400
2nd David Williams $573,800
3rd Josh Arieh $286,900
4th Chris Tsiprailidis $181,200
5th Brandon Moran $135,900
6th Phil Ivey $105,700

Ultimate Poker Classic

  • Casino: Radisson Aruba Resort & Casino, Palm Beach, Aruba[1]
  • Buy-in: $6,000
  • 6-Day Event: September 26, 2004 to October 1, 2004
  • Number of Entries: 647
  • Total Prize Pool: $3,879,000
  • Number of Payouts: 200
Final Table
Place Name Prize
1st Eric Brenes $1,000,000
2nd Layne Flack $500,000
3rd Mike Matusow $250,000
4th Pat McMillan $170,000
5th John Juanda $130,000
6th Vic Fey $105,000

Festa Al Lago (Doyle Brunson North American Poker Championship)

  • Casino: Bellagio, Las Vegas [1]
  • Buy-in: $10,000
  • 4-Day Event: October 19, 2004 to October 22, 2004
  • Number of Entries: 312
  • Total Prize Pool: $3,026,400
  • Number of Payouts: 50
  • Winning Hand: K 10
Final Table
Place Name Prize
1st Carlos Mortensen $1,000,000
2nd Kido Pham $496,400
3rd David Pham $255,000
4th Erik Seidel $165,000
5th Hung La $120,000
6th John Juanda $84,000

World Poker Finals

  • Casino: Foxwoods, Mashantucket, Connecticut[1]
  • Buy-in: $10,000
  • 5-Day Event: November 13, 2004 to November 17, 2004
  • Number of Entries: 674
  • Total Prize Pool: $6,765,000
  • Number of Payouts: 60
  • Winning Hand: 6-7
Final Table
Place Name Prize
1st Tuan Le $1,549,588
2nd Temperance Hutter $973,256
3rd Humberto Brenes $636,930
4th Bradley Berman $470,452
5th J.C. Tran $353,850
6th David Pham $277,014

Five Diamond World Poker Classic

  • Casino: Bellagio, Las Vegas [1]
  • Buy-in: $15,000
  • 5-Day Event: December 14, 2004 to December 18, 2004
  • Number of Entries: 376
  • Total Prize Pool: $5,470,800
  • Number of Payouts: 50
  • Winning Hand: K-7
Final Table
Place Name Prize
1st Daniel Negreanu $1,770,218
2nd Humberto Brenes $923,475
3rd Vinny Landrum $462,851
4th Jennifer Harman $299,492
5th Steve Rassi $217,812
6th Nam Le $152,468

PokerStars Caribbean Poker Adventure

  • Casino: Atlantis, Paradise Island, Bahamas[1]
  • Buy-in: $7,800
  • 4-Day Event: January 8, 2005 to January 11, 2005
  • Number of Entries: 461
  • Total Prize Pool: $3,595,600
  • Number of Payouts: 75
Final Table
Place Name Prize
1st John Gale $890,000
2nd Alex Balandin $484,000
3rd Mikael Westerlund $306,000
4th Patrick Hocking $207,000
5th John Cernuto $155,800
6th Nenad Medic $112,000

World Poker Open

Final Table
Place Name Prize
1st Johnny Stolzmann $1,491,444
2nd Chau Giang $773,448
3rd Daniel Negreanu $384,322
4th Scotty Nguyen $336,282
5th Michael Mizrachi $288,241
6th Raja Kattamuri $240,201

L.A. Poker Classic

  • Casino: Commerce Casino, Los Angeles [1]
  • Buy-in: $10,000
  • 5-Day Event: February 18, 2005 to February 22, 2005
  • Number of Entries: 538
  • Total Prize Pool: $5,166,414
  • Number of Payouts: 45
  • Winning Hand: A-9
Final Table
Place Name Prize
1st Michael Mizrachi $1,859,909
2nd Haralabos Voulgaris $904,122
3rd Hung La $444,312
4th Ted Forrest $263,487
5th Erick Lindgren $206,657
6th Harley Hall $154,992

L.A. Poker Classic

  • Casino: Commerce Casino, Los Angeles
  • Buy-in:
  • 2-Day Event: February 25, 2005
  • Number of Entries: 238
  • Total Prize Pool:
  • Number of Payouts:
  • Winning Hand:
Final Table
Place Name Prize
1st Alex Brenes $100,000

Bay 101 Shooting Star

  • Casino: Bay 101, San Jose, California[1]
  • Buy-in: $10,000
  • 5-Day Event: March 7, 2005 to March 11, 2005
  • Number of Entries: 438
  • Total Prize Pool: $4,070,000
  • Number of Payouts: 45
  • Winning Hand: 4-3
Final Table
Place Name Prize
1st Danny Nguyen $1,025,000
2nd Jay Martens $600,000
3rd Gus Hansen $320,000
4th Shandor Szentkuti $280,000
5th Corey Cheresnick $240,000
6th Men Nguyen $200,000

Party Poker Million

  • Buy-in: $10,000 [1]
  • 5-Day Event: March 19, 2005 to March 23, 2005
  • Number of Entries: 735
  • Total Prize Pool: $7,430,000
  • Number of Payouts: 180
  • Winning Hand: J-2
Final Table
Place Name Prize
1st Michael Gracz $1,525,500
2nd David Minto $1,000,000
3rd Matthew Cherackal $700,000
4th Adam Csallany $500,000
5th Paul Darden $300,000
6th Richard Kain $200,000

World Poker Challenge

  • Casino: Reno Hilton, Reno[1]
  • Buy-in: $5,000
  • 4-Day Event: March 29, 2005 to April 1, 2005
  • Number of Entries: 345
  • Total Prize Pool: $1,725,350
  • Number of Payouts: 27
  • Winning Hand: 4 3
Final Table
Place Name Prize
1st Arnold Spee $633,880
2nd Blair Rodman $327,815
3rd Phil Ivey $163,908
4th Michael Yoshino $103,521
5th Russ Carlson $77,641
6th Mark Chapic $60,387

WPT Championship

  • Casino: Bellagio, Las Vegas [1]
  • Buy-in: $25,000
  • 7-Day Event: April 18, 2005 to April 24, 2005
  • Number of Entries: 453
  • Total Prize Pool: $10,961,000
  • Number of Payouts: 100
  • Winning Hand: K-J
Final Table
Place Name Prize
1st Tuan Le $2,856,150
2nd Paul Maxfield $1,698,390
3rd Hasan Habib $896,375
4th John Phan $518,920
5th Rob Hollink $377,420
6th Phil Ivey $264,195

Other Events

During season 3 of the WPT there was one special event that did not apply to the Player of the Year standings:

  • The WPT Invitational - February 23–24, 2005 - Commerce Casino - postscript to Event #11: L.A. Poker Classic

References

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o "World Poker Tour Season 3 results". theHendonMob.com. Retrieved 2008-10-15.
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