Tony Dunst wins $1,000 No-Limit Hold’em for $339,254

The end of the 2016 World Series of Poker is coming to an end, with only seven more events to play, with of course the $10,000 Main Event being the most prestigious one, alongside the $111,111 High Roller for One Drop. Before we come to that, there are some smaller tournaments, such as event #63: $1,000 No-Limit Hold’em. 2,452 players entered the tournament, and in the end it was no one less than Tony Dunst who took home the bracelet.

 

 

The final nine players started with these stacks on the final day:

Seat

Player

Chips

Seat 1

Raffaele Castro

400.000 (17 bb)

Seat 2

Jason Rivkin

2.550.000 (106 bb)

Seat 3

David Sciacqua

700.000 (28 bb)

Seat 4

Joshua Field

1.800.000 (75 bb)

Seat 5

Matas Cimbolas

1.800.000 (75 bb)

Seat 6

Sergio Cabrera

650.000 (27 bb)

Seat 7

Francisco Araujo

1.500.000 (62 bb)

Seat 8

Tony Dunst

1.900.000 (78 bb)

Seat 9

Levon Torosyan

720.000 (30 bb)

 

It took 28 hands before we lost a player. Sciacque’s pocket 10’s were no good against the Q’s of Joshua Field, he finished in ninth for $28,097.

After this elimination, Tony Dunst took the chiplead by busting Raffaele Castro, Dunst’s held against the on a board of . Shortly after, Torosyan found his Waterloo when he shoved his into Cimbolas’ and didn’t improve.

 

Almost two hours of play later, Cabrera couldn’t win the flip with against Dunst’s and was sent to the rail in sixth place, earning himself $62,880. From that point on Dunst was dominating the table, since he busted Cimbolas as well, who took home $83,804, while Field scored Araujo’s knockout who finished fourth.

 

Field didn’t make it to heads-up play though, his didn’t improve against Rivkin’s . Field finished in third place for $153,015 while Dunst started heads-up play against Rivkin with a slight chip advantage.

 

The two played heads-up for hours before the tournament came to a conclusion. In hand #254, Dunst shoved his button with and Rivkin made the call with . The board ran out and Dunst’s two pair were enough to take down the pot, and win his first bracelet.

 

The results:

Place

Player

Country

Price

1

Tony Dunst

USA

$339.254

2

Jason Rivkin

USA

$209.596

3

Joshua Field

USA

$153.015

4

Francisco Araujo

Argentinia

$112.724

5

Matas Cimbolas

UK

$83.804

6

Sergio Cabrera

Spain

$62.880

7

Levon Torosyan

USA

$47.622

8

Raffaele Castro

Italy

$36.406

9

David Sciacua

USA

$28.097

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