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14

Noah Schwartz Quickly Takes Down the WPT bestbet Jacksonville Main Event!

Tags: byron kaverman, noah schwartz, world poker tour, wpt bestbet Jacksonville Fall Poker Scramble.
Posted on 14 November 2012 by "T".

Noah Schwartz had almost half of the 14 million chips in play when the final table of the WPT bestbet Jacksonville Fall Poker Scramble Main Event kicked off last night. When the final table was 68-hands-old Schwartz and Byron Kaverman began playing heads-up with nearly even stacks. The heads-up match only lasted 12 hands and was fairly even with no big pots until the very last hand.

Schwartz completed from the small blind and Kaverman raised to 250,000. Schwartz called and the dealer revealed the first 3 cards: 10Heart9Spade3Heart. Kaverman bet 400,000 and Schwartz called. The turn card was the 4Spade, Kaverman fired out a bet of 700,000 and Schwartz responded with a raise of 1,925,000. Kaverman announced he was all-in and Schwartz made the call.

Kaverman showed 10Club9Club for 2 pair, tens and nines, and Schwartz turned over QSpade10Spade for a pair of tens and flush draw. The river card was the QClub, giving Schwartz the winning hand: two pair, queens and tens. Kaverman walked away from his second WPT final table with $236,592. Schwartz, who played his fourth WPT final table, finally got his long-awaited WPT title and $402,970!

 


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2 comments for "Noah Schwartz Quickly Takes Down the WPT bestbet Jacksonville Main Event! "

 pparpala14/11/2012 10:26:07 GMT
Nice!
 Fakiry14/11/2012 14:18:08 GMT
Noah Schwartz didn’t had that much trouble in managing his huge advantage in the final table, but the last hand did helped him on his way. If that Qc was another card (except spades) things would be more tight in the HU, but he still had lots of outs. I think that, even if he had lost that hand, the difference would still be more than 2-1 in terms of stack. Fair winner!

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