Erick Lindgren, Phil Ivey Do Not Win Bracelets

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Kind of a buzzkill day at the 2010 WSOP.

2008 WSOP POY Erick Lindgren (above, from his legendary 2007 golfing prop bet) at one point was stacked second overall at the final table of Event #32 ($5,000 NLH Six-Handed), but went out in sixth ($82,303) when his pocket Queens ran into Men “The Master” Nguyen‘s pocket Kings in pre-flop all-in action.

Respected pro but shady a-hole Men the Master almost carried those chips to another bracelet, but was eliminated in second ($360,906) by Jeffrey Papola.

Papola is running good, having just finished second in another WSOP six-handed tourney, Event #26 $2,500 (NLH Six-Handed). This is Papola’s first bracelet, and he banks $667,433 for the win. Get full payouts here.

Elsewhere…Phil Ivey flamed out early in Event #33 ($2,500 PLO/PLH), finishing in twelfth for tip money ($16,074). In this one, respected pro but non-shady a-hole David Chiu just missed out on another bracelet, finishing second for $160,902. Jose-Luis Velador takes this one, banking his second bracelet and $260,552. Get full payouts here.