Dare we say that
Hachem, who has consistently proven his wicked poker chops since winning the WSOP ME in 2005, manuevered through
Final table play started with Daniel Negreanu as the chip leader. Negreanu built his stack to over 9M early, but eventually bowed out in third overall, banking $592,000.
Heads up play started with Jim Hanna (who?) Jim Hanna former World League of American Football player for the Amsterdam Admirals and one-time New Orleans Saints nose tackle Jim Hanna (oh) as the chip leader, but "slow and steady wins the race" Hachem kept whittling away Hanna’s stack like it was a piece of wood he was whittling into all of the chips remaining in the tournament.
We should just end this now.
So in closing, a few sides notes from the tourney: a big audience both in and out of the Bellagio ballroom was there to watch the final table, and the WPT live set-up is impressive…also impressive is one