2013 PCA Coverage & Results

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The 2013 10th Anniversary PCA was one of the biggest live poker festivals ever staged, and here's where you can catch up on everything that happened. Our team of expert bloggers provided updates direct from the tournament floor that included chip counts, prize pool payouts, final table profiles, photo galleries and more.

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2013 PCA - January 5 - 14, 2013 - Event Results

On this page you will find full results from all 41 scheduled poker events, plus Player Lists, Gallery Photos, Payouts, Video Coverage and Final Table information from the Super High Roller, Main Event and High Roller tournaments.

For more information, please see the 2013 PCA tournament schedule.

Full reports from 2013 PCA are on the PokerStars Blog as well as the PCA Facebook page and you can follow @PokerStars_PCA.

 

2013 PCA Main Event - January 7 - 13, 2013 - Event Coverage

Full reports from 2013 PCA Main Event are on the PokerStars blog.

 

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Payout

Total prize pool: $9,573,900

Position Name Status Prize ($)
1 Dimitar Danchev   1,859,000
2 Joel Micka   1,190,000
3 Jerry Wong   725,000
4 Jonathan Roy   560,000
5 Owen Crowe   435,000
6 Andrey Shatilov   325,000
7 Yann Dion   230,000
8 Joao Nogueira   165,900
9 Ryan Fair   120,000
10 Mikal Blomlie   120,000
11 George Clyde-Smith   95,000
12 Robert Mizrachi   95,000
13 Darren Elias   80,000
14 Matthew Reed   80,000
15 Michael Lipman   67,000
16 Manig Loeser   67,000
17 Eddy Sabat   56,000
18 Anthony Borde   56,000
19 Olivier Busquet   56,000
20 Mohsin Charania   56,000
21 Guillaume Rivet   56,000
22 Patrick Kelly   56,000
23 Steven Rosen   56,000
24 Timo Eckert   56,000
25 Jose Quintas   47,000
26 Joe Serock   47,000
27 Maxim Panyak   47,000
28 Pedro Cuervo Quinche   47,000
29 Eugene Katchalov PokerStars Team Pro 47,000
30 Jeremy Kottler   47,000
31 Michael Malm   47,000
32 Paul Kuzmich   47,000
33 Griffin Benger   39,000
34 Kilian Kramer   39,000
35 Harry Maurer   39,000
36 Carlos Mortensen   39,000
37 Ronald James   39,000
38 David Cowling   39,000
39 Patrick Thibault   39,000
40 Greg Mueller   39,000
41 Mazin Khoury   32,000
42 Nicolas Godoy   32,000
43 Alexander Ellingsen   32,000
44 Fredrik Magnil   32,000
45 Julius Colman   32,000
46 Tatiana Barausova PokerStars Team Online 32,000
47 Jake Cody PokerStars Team Pro 32,000
48 Marcello Miniucchi   32,000
49 Ramiro Petrone   32,000
50 Eli Berg   32,000
51 Yury Gulyy   32,000
52 Ryan Carter   32,000
53 Andy Philachack   32,000
54 Stefano Rossomando   32,000
55 Scott Clements   32,000
56 Paul Knebel   32,000
57 Gleb Tremzin   26,000
58 Christopher Klodnicki   26,000
59 Christian Niederhauser   26,000
60 Reinhard Werdan PokerStars qualifier 26,000
61 Matthew Waxman   26,000
62 Miklos Zsuffa PokerStars qualifier 26,000
63 Ilkin Amirov   26,000
64 Rafal Zgadzaj PokerStars qualifier 26,000
65 Dmitry Grishin PokerStars qualifier 26,000
66 Aram Sargsyan   26,000
67 Gjergj Sinishtaj PokerStars player 26,000
68 Maxim Lobzhanidze PokerStars qualifier 26,000
69 Jelle Boekema PokerStars qualifier 26,000
70 Adam Bitz   26,000
71 Govert Metaal PokerStars player 26,000
72 Henry Strasser   26,000
73 Oscar Trestini PokerStars player 21,000
74 Matthew Stout PokerStars player 21,000
75 Jorge Luiz Ribeiro   21,000
76 Calvin Anderson PokerStars qualifier 21,000
77 Michael Mizrachi   21,000
78 Elliot Smith PokerStars player 21,000
79 George Lind PokerStars Team Online 21,000
80 Felix Seel PokerStars qualifier 21,000
81 John Gordon   21,000
82 Max Silver PokerStars player 21,000
83 Facundo Lambre   21,000
84 David Bach   21,000
85 Mark De Faria PokerStars player 21,000
86 Max Greenwood   21,000
87 Tyler Reiman   21,000
88 Nicholas Verkaik   21,000
89 Patrick Devlin PokerStars qualifier 21,000
90 Adria Maria Balaguer PokerStars qualifier 21,000
91 Jonas Lauck   21,000
92 Jan Veit PokerStars player 21,000
93 Antonio Lafosse   21,000
94 Sam Greenwood   21,000
95 Fabio Sousa PokerStars player 21,000
96 Yigit Yildiz PokerStars qualifier 21,000
97 Audun Aass Engstrom PokerStars qualifier 18,000
98 Travis Klein   18,000
99 Michele Tocci   18,000
100 Grzegorz Wyraz PokerStars qualifier 18,000
101 Jesse Sylvia   18,000
102 Antonio Matias PokerStars qualifier 18,000
103 Nadav Shenhav PokerStars qualifier 18,000
104 Ashton Griffin   18,000
105 Gilbert Diaz   18,000
106 Giacomo Fundaro   18,000
107 Alexander Alves Paulino PokerStars player 18,000
108 Lothar Meier   18,000
109 Einar Lindestad PokerStars qualifier 18,000
110 Thomas Franklin PokerStars qualifier 18,000
111 Dominik Stopka PokerStars qualifier 18,000
112 Max Leonhard PokerStars player 18,000
113 Scott Chahley PokerStars qualifier 18,000
114 Kyle Myers   18,000
115 Douglas Ferreira Souza   18,000
116 Florian Decamps PokerStars qualifier 18,000
117 Fabian Quoss PokerStars qualifier 18,000
118 Paul Volpe PokerStars player 18,000
119 Yakov Onuchin PokerStars qualifier 18,000
120 Joseph Cada PokerStars player 18,000
121 Ashley Cheung PokerStars qualifier 15,000
122 Lisa Hamilton   15,000
123 Matt Glantz   15,000
124 Tomas Samol PokerStars qualifier 15,000
125 Abdelhakim Zoufri PokerStars qualifier 15,000
126 Dwyte Pilgrim   15,000
127 Vyacheslav Stoyanov PokerStars player 15,000
128 Mark Ioli   15,000
129 Will Molson PokerStars player 15,000
130 Florence Allera   15,000
131 Ruben Echevarria PokerStars qualifier 15,000
132 Nikodinovic Lidija PokerStars qualifier 15,000
133 Carter Swidler   15,000
134 Benjamin Palmer   15,000
135 Rhys Jones PokerStars qualifier 15,000
136 Micah Smith   15,000
137 Magnus Sellen PokerStars qualifier 15,000
138 Curt Kohlberg   15,000
139 Farhad Hakim   15,000
140 Michael Bartholomew PokerStars qualifier 15,000
141 Shannon Shorr   15,000
142 George Danzer Team PokerStars Pro 15,000
143 Fatima Moreira de Melo Team PokerStars SportStar 15,000
144 Tim Reilly   15,000

 

Final Table

Seat 1: Joao Nogueira, 21, Penefiel, Portugal – $1.10 PokerStars qualifier - 2,890,000
Joao Nogueira is a 21-year-old air conditioning installer from Lagares, Penefiel, Portugal, a small town in the northern part of the country that’s home to only 2,500 people. Nogueira has only been playing poker for eight months. He won his seat after playing a $1.10 Sit and Go which got him into a $10 qualifier – which he won! This is his first live tournament and, now guaranteed at least $165,900,  he’s planning to use part of his winnings to throw a massive party for everyone in his town - including his girlfriend, Diana, who couldn’t make the trip because of school obligations.

Seat 2: Dimitar Danchev, 26, Plovdiv, Bulgaria - PokerStars qualifier - 1,995,000
Dimitar Danchev booked his seat to the PCA main event through PokerStars in a $700 qualifier. The 27-year-old has been playing poker for more than five years with more than half of that time as a professional. He generally doesn’t play too many tournaments and prefers to concentrate on cash games—no limit hold’em, which he plays online. In October of 2011, Danchev netted his largest live score when he made the final table of the EPT Sanremo main event. He finished second behind Andrey Pateychuk, taking €600,000 after the two struck a deal. Since the result in Italy, Danchev has added another $161,113 to his live tournament record. He has already surpassed the $1 million mark for career live tournament earnings and is top of the Bulgarian all-time money list. Danchev has the chance to bring Bulgaria its first EPT title.

Seat 3: Andrey Shatilov, 26, Nizhny Novgorod, Russia - 3,220,000
Russia’s Andrey Shatilov bought in to the PCA with FPPs – 750,000 of them! He already has a solid list of previous live event cashes, including a win at an event in the Dominican Republic in 2012 worth $108,000. This will be the 26-year-old’s first major final table however, and his biggest cash to date. He’s currently sitting in 120th place on the Russian all time money list, but victory in the PCA Main Event would instantly land him in 10th place, among the highest-earning players the country has ever produced.

Seat 4: Owen Crowe, 30, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada - PokerStars player - 2,900,000
Owen Crowe is a 30-year-old professional player from Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. Crowe has tournament earnings that date from 2005, but he came to prominence during the 2008 World Series main event, where he finished 15th from 6,844 runners. Since then Crowe has had tremendous success at the WSOP, making four final tables over the past four years. Since breaking onto the poker scene Crowe has amassed $1,797,915 in live tournament winnings, plus exceptional success online, where he plays as "ocrowe".

Seat 5: Jerry Wong, 30, Plattsburgh, USA - PokerStars player - 7,400,000
Jerry Wong didn’t get a shred of sleep prior to Day 5 – a mosquito took up residence in his room and bit him all night. Although he was tired, the 30-year-old soared to the chip lead during the penultimate day, which he will take into the final table. Originally from Brooklyn, New York, Wong graduated from Plattsburgh University last year with a degree in finance but considers himself to be a professional poker player, with results stretching back five years. His biggest result to date came in 2008 at the World Poker Finals in Mashantucket. Whatever result Wong records in the PCA 2013 final, it will be a new best.

Seat 6: Jonathan Roy, 25, Boucheville, Quebec, Canada - PokerStars player - 1,525,000
Jonathan Roy closed out 2012 with a bang as he won the World Poker Tour Montreal Main Event for a payday of $755,601. He defeated a record field of 1,173 players there to win the title and the largest score of his career. Roy is good friends with Team PokerStars Pro Jonathan Duhamel, who was on his rail for Roy's big win in Montreal. We expect Duhamel to be sweating Roy hard from the rail here in the Bahamas as well. Formerly an online player, the 25-year-old has been transitioning into live poker a bit more recently. After Black Friday hit, Roy moved away from the virtual realm, claiming that he was "scared about online poker." Clearly the transition has worked out for him so far. Already earning $165,900 in prize money, Roy has locked up the second largest score of his career and pushed his live career tournament earnings up to more than $1 million.

Seat 7: Joel Micka, 24, USA - 6,475,000 – Supernova player
Joel Micka originally hails from Washington State, but now lives all across the world: in Thailand, Canada or Costa Rica. Micka plays under the name 'JMPRODIGY' on PokerStars where has won $352,842 in online tournaments. He has a string of live results with his best to date being $148,993 for a runner-up finish at LAPT San Jose in 2008. He also won the Macau Poker Cup High Roller event for $64,350 as well as cashing in last summer’s World Series of Poker Main Event for $38,453 and he's currently being railed by a number of Supernova friends who are trying to cheer him on to another win. (They also have a cut of Micka’s action.)

Seat 8: Yann Dion, 29, Québec, Canada - PokerStars qualifier - 2,535,000
Yann Dion, who is 29-years-old and comes from Québec, has more than $300,000 in live tournament winnings. His largest live cash came at the 2012 Aussie Millions Main Event when he finished in seventh place for A$170,000. However, "yadio", as he is known online, has made his mark with more than $2,000,000 in winnings on PokerStars ad other sites. Aside from wins in the Bigger $109 and the Sunday $109 Rebuy in 2012, Dion closed out the year by winning the FTOPS Main Event for $453,229 and final tabling the Sunday Million the following week, finishing sixth for $46,308.

2013 PCA Super High Roller - January 5 - 7, 2013 - Event Coverage

 

Full reports from 2013 PCA Super High Roller are on the PokerStars blog.

 

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Payout

Total prize pool: $5,724,180

Position Name Status Prize ($)
1 Scott Seiver   2,003,480
2 David "Doc" Sands   1,259,320
3 Nick Schulman   744,140
4 Cary Katz   543,800
5 Philipp Gruissem   400,700
6 Greg Jensen   286,200
7 Vladimir Troyanovsky   257,580
8 Dan Shak   228,960

 

Final Table

Position Name Country Chips
1 David Sands USA 6,680,000
2 Nick Schulman USA 2,295,000
3 Philipp Gruissem Germany 1,610,000
4 Greg Jensen USA 1,500,000
5 Dan Shak USA 870,000
6 Scott Seiver USA 755,000
7 Cary Katz USA 540,000
8 Vladimir Troyanovskiy Russia 505,000

 

2013 PCA High Roller - January 12 - 14, 2013 - Event Coverage

Full reports from 2013 PCA High Roller are on the PokerStars blog.

 

 

Payout

Position Name Status Prize ($)
1 Vanessa Selbst PokerStars Team Pro 1,424,420
2 Vladimir Troyanovskiy   792,180
3 Mike Watson   462,320
4 Ole Schemion   354,860
5 Shaun Deeb   289,880
6 Bryan Kenney   229,900
7 Tobias Reinkemeier   174,940
8 Micah Raskin   129,940
9 Chris Klodnicki   99,960
10 Sam Stein   99,960
11 Shawn Buchanan   89,960
12 Matt Stout   89,960
13 Mickey Petersen PokerStars Team Online 79,960
14 Nick Schulman   79,960
15 Michael Telker   69,980
16 Christian Harder   69,980
17 Rachid Ben Cherif   59,980
18 Martin Finger   59,980
19 Ty Reiman   59,980
20 Joey Weissman   59,980
21 Brandon Steven   54,980
22 Max Silver   54,980
23 Jeff Gross   54,980
24 Brandon Meyers   54,980

Final Table

Seat 1: Shaun Deeb - (2,536,000)
Shaun Deeb, 26 from the United States, enters the final table as the chip leader with more than 25 percent of the chips in play. Deeb has amassed nearly $1.9 million in career live tournament earnings, including a runner-up finish in the $5,000 Bounty Shootout ($75,000) held at the 2011 PokerStars Caribbean Adventure. Deeb’s largest cash to date came in the star-studded, $25,300 mega satellite into the $1 Million Big One for One Drop this past summer, where he finished runner-up earning a tournament buy-in. The event was capped however, so Deeb pocketed the million dollars. His previous biggest live win was “taking down” the €20,000 High Roller Event at EPT Kiev in 2009 - after beating a field of three players.

Deeb is more known for his dominance on the virtual felt – in 2012 he won four SCOOP titles, he has won two-career WCOOP bracelets, and he has also earned an FTOPS jersey.

Deeb is guaranteed to take home $129,940 at this final table, making it the second-largest live cash of his career, but with the chip lead, he’ll be gunning for the win.

Seat 2: Vladimir Troyanovsky - (1,625,000)
Vladimir Troyanovsky, 39 from Russia, enters the final table second in chips. Troyanovsky has already had success at the tenth anniversary PokerStars Caribbean Adventure, finishing seventh in the $100,000 Super High Roller ($257,580). Prior to the 2013 PCA, Troyanovsky’s largest career cash was for $29,983, which he earned for finishing 27th in the 2012 World Series of Poker Europe Main Event.

Troyanovsky would nearly double his career live tournament earnings with a fourth-place finish in this event, and more than quadruple them with a win.

Seat 3: Ole Schemion - (1,227,000)
Ole Schemion, 20, from Germany, enters the final table fifth in chips, but first in age. The youngster has already amassed over $2.1 million in career live tournament earnings, winning the 2012 Masters Classics of Poker in Amsterdam for $368,895, and then winning the 2012 – and perhaps last ever – Partouche Poker Tour Main Event, pocketing $1,474,671. He also has two other firsts, winning side events at EPT Berlin in both 2011 ($77,138) and 2012 ($90,075).

If Schemion wins today, he would have over $3.5 million in career live tournament earnings, which would be quite a feat for a 20-year old player.

Seat 4: Mike Watson - (1,620,000)
Mike Watson, 28 from Canada, enters the final table third in chips. No stranger to success in high rollers, Watson won the €50,000 Majestic High Roller at the 2012 World Series of Poker Europe, earning $1,304,648, and finished runner-up in the €50,000 Super High Roller at EPT Barcelone, earning $490,847. Back in 2008, Watson finished third in a £20,000 High Roller event at the European Poker Championships, taking home $441,295.

Watson’s largest cash to date came in July of 2008 when he won the $15,000 Bellagio Cup, earning $1,673,770. He has over $5.3 million in live career tournament earnings, and the Canadian has already seen a small bit of success here at the 2013 PokerStars Caribbean Adventure, finishing 14th in a $5,000 side event for $16,080.

Seat 5: Bryn Kenney - (484,000)
Bryn Kenney, 26 from the United States, enters the final table seventh in chips. Kenney final tabled the 2011 PokerStars Caribbean Adventure $100,000 Super High Roller, earning $643,000 for his third-place finish. It was his largest cash to date, nearly tripling the $255,242 he earned for finishing 28th in the 2010 World Series of Poker Main Event.

Kenney has over $2.4 million in career live tournament earnings, and has seen a lot of success on the virtual felt under the screen name “BrynKenney.” He will need to gain a few chips early to compete at the final table today, but that is far from improbable.

Seat 6: Micah Raskin - (389,000)
Micah Raskin, from the United States, enters the final table as the short stack. At the unofficial nine-handed final table, he played a 2.4 million-chip pot with Shaun Deeb, in which he called Deeb’s all in on a board of [7s2d9c8d] holding just [5h5d]. Deeb had that crushed with [adas], and held when the [2c] completed the board.

Raskin has amassed over $1.3 million in career live tournament earnings, with his largest cash coming in 2009, where he won a Borgata $500,000 guarantee ($320,231). He came to notice in Europe after finishing sixth at EPT Sanremo last October for €312,000. At the 2011 PokerStars Caribbean Adventure, Raskin finished sixth in the $10,000 High Roller for $39,575, and at the 2012 PokerStars Caribbean Adventure, he took second in a $2,000 bounty event for $23,850.

If Raskin finishes fourth or higher today, he will earn the largest cash of his career. As it stands, he’s already locked up his fourth-largest score ever.

Seat 7: Tobias Reinkemeier - (876,000)
Tobias Reinkemeier, 25 from Germany, enters the final table sixth in chips. Since 2010, Reinkemeier has reached the final table of seven high roller events, and winning one; the €25,000 High Roller at the 2010 PokerStars EPT Grand Final in Monte Carlo ($1,272,698). In 2012 alone, Reinkemeier finished fifth in the €50,000 Majestic High Roller at the World Series of Poker Europe, second in the €100,000 Super High Roller at the EPT Grand Final, and third in the €10,000 High Roller at EPT Barcelona.

Reinkemeier has over $4.2 million in career live tournament earnings, and is looking to best his sixth-place finish in the 2010 PokerStars Caribbean Adventure $25,000 High Roller event.

Seat 8: Vanessa Selbst - Team PokerStars Pro (1,512,000)
Vanessa Selbst, 28 from the United States, enters the final table fourth in chips. In 2010, Selbst finished fourth in the £20,000 High Roller event at EPT London, which is one of twelve six-figure scores on her résumé. Selbst of course won both NAPT Main Events held at Mohegan Sun in 2010 and 2011, earning a total of $1.2 million, and she took down the 2010 Partouche Poker Tour Main Event, pocketing $1,823,430.

With a fourth-place finish or higher, Selbst will take first in the all-time money list for female players, passing Kathy Liebert by a few thousand dollars. If she finishes third or higher, she will become the first female to earn $5 million in live tournaments.

Tournament Results

 

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# EVENT PLAYERS PRIZEPOOL ($) WINNER
1 NL - Holdem - Super High Roller - "8 Handed"
$98,000 + $2,000
05/01/13 - 07/01/13
47 5,724,180 Scott Seiver
$2,003,480
2 NL - One Rebuy Super Satellite to Main Event
$1,025 + $75
06/01/13
189 261,536 Joao Manuel Da Mota Ribeiro
$10,300
3 NL - Turbo
$2,000 + $150
06/01/13
109 211,460 John Dibella
$69,780
4 NL - Turbo
$270 + $30
06/01/13
174 45,570 Aleksey Afanasyev
$13,400
5 Main Event
$10,000 + $300
07/01/13 - 13/01/13
987 9,573,900 Dimitar Danchev
$1,859,000
41 Open Face Chinese - "Re-Entry" - 30 Minute Levels
$2,000 + $150
07/01/13
9 149,380 Peter Jetten
$52,280
6 Canada Cup
Invitation
07/01/13
8 135,025 Danny Noseworthy
$36,267
7 NL - Turbo - "8 Handed"
$5,000 + $200
07/01/13
57 276,450 Michael Telker
$96,750
8 NL - One Rebuy Super Satellite to Main Event
$1,025 + $75
07/01/13
254 350,703 Adam Bitz
$10,300
9 NL - Turbo
$270 + $30
07/01/13
220 57,618 Kerry Shears
$13,770
10 PokerStars Zoom Challenge - $50K Guaranteed!
$1,000 + $25
08/01/13 - 12/01/13
59 59,000 David Williams
$20,620
11 PLO - Turbo - "8 Handed"
$5,000 + $200
08/01/13
38 184,300 Vladimir Zakharau
$68,200
12 Triple Stud - Razz, Stud, Stud 8 - $25K GTD! - 30 Minute Levels
$1,000 + $100
08/01/13
22 24,250 Adrienne Rowsome
$10,920
13 NL - Turbo - Bounty
$1,000 + $1,000 + $150
08/01/13
208 195,520 Christopher Frank
$55,720
14 NL - Holdem - Win The Button! - 30 Minute Levels
$1,000 + $100
09/01/13
175 169,750 Joshua Bergman
$37,464
15 PLO - "8 Handed"
$5,000 + $300
09/01/13 - 10/01/13
72 349,200 Henrik Eide
$122,220
16 H. O. R. S. E. - $25K GTD! - 30 Minute Levels
$1,000 + $100
09/01/13
53 51,410 Marcel Luske
$18,500
17 NL - Turbo
$2,000 + $150
09/01/13
245 475,300 Steven Tripp
$79,960
18 NL - Holdem - "8 Handed"
$5,000 + $300
10/01/13
195 945,750 Andoni Sanchez
$218,710
19 NL - Holdem
$1,000 + $100
10/01/13 - 11/01/13
380 368,600 Regent Lacroix
$80,020
20 PLO - Dealer's Choice 4/5 Cards - "8 Handed" - 30 Minute Levels
$1,000 + $100
10/01/13
80 77,600 Septimiu Popescu
$27,140
21 NL - Turbo
$5,000 + $200
10/01/13
96 465,600 Max Lehmanski
$162,960
22 NL - Turbo
$270 + $30
10/01/13
217 56,830 Alexis Gilbard
$16,230
23 NL - Holdem
$2,000 + $150
11/01/13 - 12/01/13
312 605,280 Guy Bachar
$157,360
24 World Cup of Poker
Invitation
11/01/13 - 12/01/13
36 287,500 Russian Team
$90,000
25 NL - Heads Up (64 Cap)
$5,000 + $300
11/01/13 - 12/01/13
39 189,150 Joseph Stiers
$70,935
26 PL Big "O" - 5 Card Omaha 8 - "8 handed" - $25K GTD! - 30 Minute Levels
$1,000 + $100
11/01/13
58 56,260 John Racener
$16,000
27 NL - One Rebuy - Super Satellite to High Roller (Event #30)
$2,850 + $150
11/01/13
- - -
28 NL - Turbo
$270 + $30
11/01/13
240 62,855 Steven Kreinik
$17,835
29 NL - Holdem - "Unlimited Re-Entry" - 30 Minute Levels
$1,000 + $100
12/01/13
427 414,190 Nabih Zaczac
$103,510
30 NL - Holdem - High Roller - "8 Handed" - Single Re-Entry
$25,000 + $500
12/01/13 - 14/01/13
161 4,998,000 Vanessa Selbst
$1,424,420
31 NL - Holdem - Women's Event
$1,000 + $100
12/01/13 - 13/01/13
66 64,020 Corina Lupascu
$22,420
32 8-Game - $25K GTD! - 30 Minute Levels
$1,000 + $100
12/01/13
39 37,830 Marcel Luske
$13,810
33 NL - Turbo
$270 + $30
12/01/13
115 30,120 Alexander Treimanis
$6,623
34 NL - Holdem - "6 Handed"
$5,000 + $300
13/01/13 - 14/01/13
44 213,400 Grant Levy
$78,940
35 NL - Holdem - "6 Handed" - 30 Minute Levels
$1,000 + $100
13/01/13
123 119,310 Ippei Nishiyama
$24,970
36 PLO - "8 Handed" - 30 Minute Levels
$1,000 + $100
13/01/13
60 58,200 Ross Ruby
$15,460
37 NL - Turbo - Bounty
$1,000 + $1,000 + $150
13/01/13
117 109,980 Walter Oaquim
$32,480
38 NL - Turbo
$270 + $30
13/01/13
63 16,500 David Bernstein
$5,780
39 NL - Turbo Edition of PCA Main Event - 15 Min Levels
$270 + $30
14/01/13
216 56,570 Affif Ricardo
$16,090
40 NL - Turbo - 6 Handed
$10,000 + $300
14/01/13
88 853,600 Shannon Shorr
$160,610

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