Results of the Doyle Brunson Five Diamond World Poker Classic 2007: WPT Season 6

Held at the ultimate gaming facility at the luxurious Bellagio casino hotel in Las Vegas, the Doyle Brunson Five Diamond World Poker Classic in 2007 is another great addition to the rich and colorful history of the World Poker Tour. With a very huge 664 participants gathered for this glorious poker event, the competition is expected to very tough for everyone. With a prize pool set at $9,661,200, more players are willing to give their best shots at this illustrious and highly elusive poker title.

From December 12 to 18, 2007, some of the best and toughest players of poker convened at the spacious poker room of the Bellagio to take part in one of the most memorable tournament ever run in the history of the game. Prior to this main event, Super Satellite events were organized to bring in some of the best unknown poker players into the limelight. From the 30th of November up until the 13th of December of the same year, no-limit Texas Holdem tournaments were conducted regularly.

From the 664 participants, only six were able to make it to the final table of the Doyle Brunson Five Diamond World Poker Classic 2007. Known as one of the most highly publicized game of the World Poker tour, this tournament is one of the few special events that pushed through in the entire six seasons of the tour. Aside from this, the event also brings one of the most sought after pots in the game in terms of value and size. For these reasons, this poker tournament is greatly expected to deliver big results and huge contributions for the entire group.

En route to the final table of the Doyle Brunson Five Diamond World Poker Classic 2007, all the finalists demonstrated superior skills and great determination enough for them to outlast and upend their equally talented and skilled counterparts. Eugene Katchalov, Ryan Daut, and Kenneth Rosen were among the early favorites of game critics and observers to win the tournament. Meanwhile, Dave Ulliott, Ted Kearly, and Jordan Rich have their own share of fans and admirers rooting for them as they compete.

As the poker tournament proceeded with some great action, the very talented finalists support the very fact that the Doyle Brunson Five Diamond World Poker Classic is indeed one of the finest tournaments of the World Poker Tour. After several rounds, Daut found himself shorthanded against the much stronger hands of his opponents. Soon after, the same fate awaited Rich after he was booted out of the competition for the second casualty of the match. Next to be eliminated were Rosen and Ulliott, who left Katchalov and Kearly in title contention. After a couple more rounds of betting, calling, and raising, Katchalov was able to defeat Kearly for the title and the precious $2,482,605-pot.

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