On Saturday, after 5 days of play, the final six players of 326 returned to the Borgata Hotel and Casino to play the World Poker Tour World Championship final table. Keven Stammen (USA) held a pretty decent chip lead when the cards were in the air, and he remained out in front nearly all the way to the title!
This is how the final hand was played out: Stammen limped for 200,000 preflop and Byron Kaverman shoved his last 3,155,000. Stammen called right away and both player showed their cards.
Kaverman was slightly ahead and his chances of winning the pot improved when the flop Q96 hit the table. The turn cards was the 3 and he was only one card from a double up, however, the A completed the board and sent Kaverman packing in second place for $727,860!
Keven Stammen had won his first WPT title and scored his sixth cash of Season XII as well. According to Hendon Mob poker database, he now has $3,554,381 in live tournament earnings!
Final table results:
1: Keven Stammen - $1,350,000
2: Byron Kaverman - $727,860
3: Tony Dunst - $452,729
4: Ryan D'Angelo - $363,930
5: Curt Kohlberg - $286,292
6: Abe Korotki - $235,341