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Bellagio 5 Diamond WPC - Wed Dec 04, 2002, 01:36 PM
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As I recall....when 2 players bust on the same hand the player that started the hand with more chips earns the higher position.....right? Then how did 2 players manage a tie for 9th....AND for 10th?? Where did the extra prize money come from? If both pairs started with exactly the same chips......I cant imagine the odds against this scenario. If this isnt the case....I wonder how they came to tie. Just thought this was an interesting tid bit.

Event #1 Limit Hold 'Em
December 2, 2002 at 12:00 PM
Bellagio Five Diamond World Poker Classic
Buy-In $1,000 + $60
Prize Pool $141,620
Entries 146

Place Name Prize
1 Tom Cawley $56,648
2 B Shulman $28,324
3 Michael Longo $14,162
4 Doug Ramseur $8,497
5 Berry Johnston $6,373
6 Brian Green $4,957
7 Andrew Bloch $3,540
8 Larry Morris $2,832
TIE David Lombard $1,700
TIE Adam Smith $1,700
TIE Max Pescatori $1,629
TIE Paul Magriel $1,629
Fri Dec 06, 2002, 12:35 AM
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With all the great poker minds we have here noone has any input???

Okay one last chance.......

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