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Dia 2 Terminado
The PokerStars Festival New Jersey $2,000 NL Hold'em High Roller drew 16 players, creating a $31,040 prize pool.
The plan was to pay the top three finishers, and on Friday night the event played down to just four players remaining after Team PokerStars Pro and 2003 World Series of Poker Main Event Champion Chris Moneymaker busted fifth.
David Vamplew, Jack Duong, Team PokerStars Online Pro Randy Lew and PokerStars Mind Sports Ambassador Jennifer Shahade all returned to play through the money bubble and down to a winner Saturday.
Vamplew would be the one to leave empty handed, losing a race with eights versus Shahade's big slick. Three handed play last a good couple of levels before Lew got relatively short and shipped king-high into Duong's ace-high and failed to improve, collecting third-place money.
Heads-up play began with Duong in front and it took just a few dozen hands of relatively cagey play before Shahade raised it up with the and Duong jammed pocket threes. Shahade called it off, but failed to connect and lost the race despite picking up a gutshot-straight draw on the turn.
Her second place finish gave Duong the win, and he now adds a second PokerStars Spade Trophy to a case that includes a 2015 World Series of Poker bracelet, after capturing the $ 1,100 No Limit Hold'em - Turbo Event #10 at PokerStars Festival New Jersey on Oct. 31.
Jack Duong won a few pots to leave Jennifer Shahade under 200,000.
Moments later, she raised to 15,000 on the button and he pushed all in. Shahade took a moment to think, then called it off with the . Duong had the and held through the flop.
The turn came the giving Shahade a few more outs.
"Oh my God, how can I miss, " she asked, just before the river came down.
Shahade indeed missed and took second for $9,312, giving the trophy, the title, and $15,520 in first-place money to Jack Duong. A recap and a winner photo will follow.
A dozen hands into heads-up play they are back where they started.
Jack Duong had extended his lead, but Jennifer Shahade picked up a couple pots to climb right back in it.
The last one saw her make it 15,000 from the button and shove all in when Dung raised the big blind to 36,000. He folded.
In the first hand back from break Randy Lew shipped his last 70,000 in the middle from the small blind and Jack Duong called with the in the big blind.
Lew was dominated holding the and did not connect with the board, bowing out third.
Jennifer Shahade and Duong quickly began heads-up play with Duong out in front.
The players are on a 20-minute break.
Randy Lew raised to 10,500 from the button and Jennifer Shahade called from the big blind.
The flop came down and Shahade check-called 7,500 from Lew to see the turn. Shahade check-called another 18,500 from Lew, landing the river which both players checked.
Shahade tabled for two pair, Lew mucked, and Shahade collected the pot.
Jennifer Shahade raised to 11,000 from the button and Jack Duong called from the big blind.
The flop fell and Duong check-called 10,000 from Shahade to see the turn, which both players checked. The river was the and Duong bet 18,000. Shahade folded and Duong took the pot.
Two pots in a row went Jennifer Shahade's way and she's now firmly on top and extending her lead.
The first started with a button raise from Randy Lew to 10,500. Jack Duong called and Shahade completed the big blind. They all checked the flop, but when Duong checked the turn, Shahade bet 20,000. Two folds later, the pot was pushed Shahade's way.
The very next hand saw Duong open up with a button raise to 11,000. Shahade took moment before announcing a raise to 30,000 total. Both opponents folded again.