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World Series Of Poker
 7 Card Stud Hi/Lo Result
11th June
June 1 – July 17 2007

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Event #20
Entries -- 340 (-)
Buy-in -- $2,000
Prize Pool -- $618,800
Ryan Hughes
(Phoenix, AZ, USA)
wins $176,358 and
WSOP bracelet
Pos. Player Origin Prize
1 Ryan Hughes AZ $176,358
2 Minh Lee CA $97,461
3 Douglas Carli OH $61,880
4 Gregory P. Raymer CT $41,460
5 Stephen Graboski CT $32,178
6 James Weir FL $24,443
7 Ron Ware CA $18,873
8 Adam Spiegelberg NV $13,923
9 Donald Webb GA $9,591
10 Ted Forrest Vegas $9,591
Other Facts 
99 places paid - 12th Sonny Osman (London, United Kingdom) $8,663
Ryan Hughes won the $2,000 buy-in Seven-Card Stud High-Low championship at the 2007 World Series of Poker presented by Milwaukee's Best Light. Hughes is a 26-year-old poker pro from Phoenix, Arizona. -- Hughes was born in San Francisco, CA. He was a student at Arizona State University. He did not complete his college degree, opting instead to try to make it as a professional poker player. He has now been playing seriously for about five years and has made a steady income each and every year since leaving school. Hughes won several poker tournaments in the Los Angeles area. This was his sixth cash at the WSOP. He finished in-the-money in the 2005 main event. Prior to this win, his best finish was ninth place in an Omaha-High-Low event. First place paid $176,358. Douglas 'Rico' Carli has stayed under the radar of public attention for over three years. No more. Although he has yet to win a gold bracelet, Rico has made more cashes than any player during the last three years, when combining WSOP and WSOP Circuit events (season three of the Circuit ended last month). He cashed in the very first WSOP Circuit event ever held at Harrah's Atlantic City (January 2005) and combined for an astonishing 31 cashes at WSOP-related events alone since then. His third-place showing in this event was also his third cash at this year's World Series. 2004 world champion Greg 'Fossilman' Raymer was the fourth-place finisher. He has already cashed three times at this year's World Series and made two final-table appearances.
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