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may
27

WPT World Championship Super High Roller: Doc Sands Defeated Cheong Heads-Up For The Title!

Tags: Daniel Perper, David Sands, doc sands, joseph cheong, super high roller, wpt world championship.
Posted on 27 May 2013 by "T".

On Friday, the $100,000 Super High Roller at the WPT World Championship final table saw 6 players battling it out for the title. It's not that common that anyone who plays a final table walk away empty handed, but that was the case for 3 players on this televised final table: Andrew Robl, Steven Silverman and Jim Courtney. After many hours of play, Daniel Perper was eliminated by David "Doc" Sands in third place for $409,500, which left Sands and Joseph Cheong playing heads-up for the title. 

Sands had about 4.7 million chips versus Cheong's 1.5 million "when the cards were in the air", and, believe it or not, it only took 3 hands for Sands to send Cheong packing...

Cheong moved all in for 1,135,000 and Sands called with AHeart8Diamond. Cheong turned over ASpade3Diamond. The board ran out QSpade5Diamond2SpadeADiamond9Spade and David Sands took home the pot (and the title) with a pair of aces and an eight kicker. Joseph Cheong received $614,250 as a "consolation" and David Sands received $1,023,750 and a special WPT trophy.

Final table results:
1st: David Sands - $1,023,750
2nd: Joseph Cheong - $614,250
3rd: Daniel Perper - $409,500
4th: Jim Courtney - $0
5th: Steven Silverman - $0
6th: Andrew Robl - $0


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1 comment for "WPT World Championship Super High Roller: Doc Sands Defeated Cheong Heads-Up For The Title!"

 Fakiry28/05/2013 10:25:14 GMT
If that picture was taken after that final hand, i can't understand why Cheong is that sad side by side with Sands. That A3 off wasn't that strong that could give him more hopes after seing his opponent calling with a higher kicker!

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