2005 WSOP Main Event Final Hand

2005 WSOP Main Event Final Hand

Although the WSOP had moved to the Rio, the Horseshoe hosted the last three tables of the Main Event one last time. At the final table every player would earn a seven-figure payday. Mike Matusow got most of his chips in preflop with pocket Kings only to run into Scott Lazar’s Aces. A beautiful King came on the flop, but runner-runner hearts crippled the Mouth, who would soon exit in ninth place for exactly a million dollars.

Hachem won a WPT title in 2006 at the Five Diamonds Poker Classic, earning him $2,207,575.

Dannenmann claimed that he was only “the fourth best player in his home game” and did not quit his job after his huge payday.

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