Victor Ramdin Makes WSOP Event #25 Final Table

Only 10 players remain for the $116,118 top prize in the $1,500 buy-in Limit Hold’em Shootout event #25 at the World Series of Poker (WSOP) in Las Vegas.

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Victor RamdinOnly 10 players remain in contention for the $116,118 top prize in the $1,500 buy-in Limit Hold’em Shootout event #25 at the World Series of Poker (WSOP) in Las Vegas.

Day 2 started out with 50 survivors from the original 366, but that was cut back by 40 from the five tables as they all chase that gold bracelet on today’s third and final day at the Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino.

Vancouver’s Greg Mueller was the first player to be eliminated in 50th place for $3,088, while he was joined at the rail by several well-known pros, including Matt Matros (25th), Scott Seiver (29th), Mike Thorpe (30th), JJ Liu (33rd), Jon Spinks (44th), Tom Hang (45th), Mike Leah (48th) and Ari Engel (49th) – all for the same cash.

Brian Meinders First To Win Table

The first pro to win his table was New Jersey’s Brian Meinders, followed soon after by Sean Rice – also from New Jersey – and California’s Matthew Schreiber. Once Schrieber had made it into Day 3, the seven other tables had started heads-up clashes, with Maryland’s Brock Parker the next to qualify as several of the head-to-heads slowed right down.

One table was particularly interesting as Justin Bonomo clashed with fellow Vegas-based player Victor Ramdin, of Team PokerStars Pro. Ramdin began their heads-up clash with the chip lead and, following an exciting battle of ups and downs, he eventually secured the knockout when his ace-four held against Bonomo’s queen-nine.

Last Five Places Filled

Houston’s Preston Derden was next to secure his final table spot when defeating California’s Millie Shiu in the Pavilion Room of the Rio, while Christopher Hartman, of Arkansas, soon joined him to leave only three places up for grabs.

Those places were eventually filled as Washington State’s Ian Johns defeated Arizona’s Hooman Nikzad, Florida’s Daniel Walker lost out to Vegas’ Darin Thomas, and California’s Christopher Vitch overcame Tom Koral, of Illinois.

You will notice that no two players have the same sized chip stacks. That is because of no-shows on Day 1 and dead stacks, although, with only 11,000 chips covering all 10 players, we should be in for a thrilling final table today.

WSOP 2012 Event #25 Final Table Line-Up

Seat 1: Darin Thomas (USA) – 155,500

Seat 2: Preston Derden (USA) – 157,500

Seat 3: Christopher Hartman (USA) – 162,500

Seat 4: Victor Ramdin (USA) – 165,500

Seat 5: Brock Parker (USA) – 164,500

Seat 6: Christopher Vitch (USA) – 162,000

Seat 7: Sean Rice (USA) – 160,000

Seat 8: Brian Meinders (USA) – 162,400

Seat 9: Ian Johns (USA) – 159,000

Seat 10: Matthew Schreiber (USA) – 154,500