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World Series Of Poker
 7 Card Stud Result
6th June
June 1 – July 17 2007

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Event #11
Entries -- 180 (182)
Buy-in -- $5,000
Prize Pool -- $846,000
Chris Reslock
(Atlantic City, NJ, USA)
wins $566,916 and
WSOP bracelet
Pos. Player Origin Prize
1 Chris Reslock NJ $258,453
2 Phil Ivey Vegas $143,820
3 David Oppenheim CA $93,060
4 Patrick Pezzin Canada $61,335
5 Theo Jorgensen Copenhagen, $46,530
6 Ted Lawson FL $35,532
7 Oriane Teysseire France $27,072
8 Marco Traniello Vegas $19,458
9 Mike Wattel AZ $13,536
10 Jerrod Ankenman CT $13,536
Other Facts 
24 places paid - 22nd Sherkhan Farnood (Afghanistan) $8,460
The winner of the "Seven-Card Stud World Championship" at the 2007 World Series of Poker is Chris Reslock. He is originally from Chicago, IL. Reslock, now 58, lives and plays poker for a living in Atlantic City, NJ. Before turning to poker for most of his income, Reslock was a licensed taxi driver. About ten years ago, Reslock started playing $10-20 hold'em games in Atlantic City casinos. He started making more money at the poker table than as a driver. So, with confidence he could make it as a pro, he quit driving and started to play poker full-time. Reslock's breakthrough tournament win was in 2003 at the "Showdown at the Sands" in Atlantic City. In 2005, he won the WSOP Circuit championship at the Atlantic City Showboat (good for $335K). That event was televised by ESPN. With the win, he qualified to play in the 2006 Tournament of Champions in Las Vegas. He took fourth place in that tournament (netting $150,000), which was filled with former champions. Reslock won his first WSOP gold bracelet after finishing in the money four times. First place paid $258,453. The runner-up was poker superstar Phil Ivey. He fell just short of capturing his sixth WSOP gold bracelet. This was Ivey's 26th lifetime cash at the WSOP. At age 31, he is the youngest player to reach that mark in WSOP history.
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