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Keven Stammen Wins WPT World Championship ($1,350,000)

Tags: 2014 WPT world championship, Borgata Hotel and Casino, Keven Stammen, Tony Dunst.
Posted on 28 April 2014 by "T".

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.

Stammen AClub8Spade
Kaverman 4Diamond4Spade

Kaverman was slightly ahead and his chances of winning the pot improved when the flop QHeart9Club6Spade hit the table. The turn cards was the 3Heart and he was only one card from a double up, however, the AHeart 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


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8 comments for "Keven Stammen Wins WPT World Championship ($1,350,000)"

 doubletop77728/04/2014 09:06:44 GMT
Congratulations to Keven Stammen for winning this prestigious tournament and the way he won it was like something out of a film. To hold the chip lead all the way through probably means he deserved the title
 noonlion28/04/2014 19:09:53 GMT
Whooosh! One heck of a nice pay day for all finalists. When you finish 6th and take home 200k+ that is a sweet tournament payout.
Just shows those river aces exist offline too.
 ddblt197029/04/2014 09:56:22 GMT
It is an interesting play, limping with medium strong hands frequently. If you limp instead of shoving right away, your opponent might decide to go all in with more hands than he would have called your all in.
And with him having "monsters", you wouldn´t get away either way.
 DaCapo7129/04/2014 16:18:14 GMT
I never heard something about this player, but to win this big tourney with a large prize pool are verry respectable. It seems, that he have a nice bankroll for the next time Cool and it needs only one nice run in a live tourney- really a dream for every player.
 Heskor29/04/2014 17:33:11 GMT
Congratulations to Keven Stammen to him for winning this tournament, he looks a bit chubby not like all those players you see nowadays especially our younger generation who are athletic and uses exercise to get a better mental endurance so you can play poker for long hours. That is keeping level of concentration very high. Cheers!!
 Willid8829/04/2014 18:36:12 GMT
Wanted Tony Dunst to take this down as I have always enjoy his strategies you can watch during the WPT show on TV as he's just proving that poker is never a game of only luck as we all know already!!!
 ddblt197030/04/2014 12:32:02 GMT
Big congratulations to the winner, the whole final table was very good.

I enjoyed watching it.
 rambob11/05/2014 22:00:04 GMT
I never heard something about this player, but to win this big tourney with a large prize pool are verry respectable. It seems, that he have a nice bankroll for the next time Cool and it needs only one nice run in a live tourney- really a dream for every player.

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