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WPT LA Poker Classic: Time For The Final Table

Tags: Paul Klann, Paul Paulgees81 Volpe, toby lewis, world poker tour, wpt la poker classic.
Posted on Thursday, February 28, 2013 by "T".

Day 5 of the World Poker Tour LA Poker Classic saw 18 players return to play. Toby Lewis (2010 EPT Vilamoura Main Event Champion) was the chip leader with 1.8 million and his closets opponents were Paul Klann (1,581,000) and Paul "Paulgees81" Volpe (1,581,000).

All three players mentioned above made it through the day and are among the 6 finalists that will battle for a $1 million first place prize tonight. Volpe (picture), a well-known American online pro, will bring the largest stack (4,195,000) and Klann is ranked second with 3,375,000. Toby Lewis (ranked 6th with 1,125,000) has about half of the average stack (2,585,000) but has his final table-experience to his advantage. If Lewis wins the tournament, he "only" needs a  WSOP title this summer to complete poker's triple crown.

Final table lineup: 

Seat 1. Paul Klann - 3,375,000 (67 bb)
Seat 2. Toby Lewis - 1,125,000 (22 bb)
Seat 3. David Fong - 2,295,000 (45 bb)
Seat 4. Jesse Yaginuma - 1,235,000 (24 bb)
Seat 5. Danny Fuhs - 3,280,000 (65 bb)
Seat 6. Paul Volpe - 4,195,000 (83 bb)


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5 comments for "WPT LA Poker Classic: Time For The Final Table"

 Fakiry2/28/2013 3:07:58 PM GMT
It’s still too soon to start talking about the possibility of a new triple crown winner, Toby Lewis only won one of the three events yet and he is the last one on the rank of this 6 field final table. His experience can do a lot for him, and he may be the most mediatic figure of the group, but that’s only side advantage, chips are what count.
 bussu2/28/2013 4:41:19 PM GMT
where can i see the tourney live?
 helenevelin2/28/2013 4:45:16 PM GMT
I would love to play in one tourney like this ones Smile But i guess i have to wait or even worse: never ever....
 Macubaas3/1/2013 6:08:22 AM GMT
I read that the action on this tournament was really good compared to others so the final table should also be pretty interesting to watch Smile

You usually can see vids of the final table on the internet but i'm not sure if they also offer a live stream.

 Sorin8883/1/2013 9:10:24 AM GMT
Paul Klann wins the WPT L.A. Poker Classic, earning $1,004,090, a WPT Champions Trophy, and a Remington trophy from the Commerce Casino. Klann's prize money includes a $25,500 seat into the season-ending WPT World Championship.

Congratulations to Paul Klann!

1st: Paul Klann - $1,004,090 (includes $25,500 seat into WPT Championship)
2nd: Paul Volpe - $651,170
3rd: Jesse Yaginuma - $429,810
4th: Danny Fuhs - $316,650
5th: David Fong - $236,250
6th: Toby Lewis - $193,560

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