At Last Adult Fairytales, But Do They Live Happily Ever After?

Written by Wayne Bryant

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couple makes a daring decision to throw caution torepparttar wind as they continuerepparttar 150271 quest Meagan’s Uncle began shortly before his death. This quest to end a curse placed on a family name because of a greedy ancestor could prove to be fatal as our adventuresome couple set sail In Search of Plutus.

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2005 World Series of Poker - Final Tournament Report

Written by Tom Howze

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A dominate Todd Witteles won Event #36 "Limit Hold'em" knocking out opponents left and right to take homerepparttar bracelet and $347,385. Event #37 "No Limit Hold'Em with Rebuys" was won by Jon Heneghan taking home $611,015 inrepparttar 150003 process. Event #38 was a super satellite tournament for seats torepparttar 150004 Main Event, so no prize pool or list of winners was produced. Event #39 "No Limit 2 to 7 Draw Lowball with Rebuys" had David Grey asrepparttar 150005 champion who was heralded with $365,135. Event #40 was also a super satellite like #38 so there is nothing to report unfortunately. When it came time for raising money for charity,repparttar 150006 media and celebrities in Event #41 showed up atrepparttar 150007 tables. Randy Bowman ofrepparttar 150008 media won $10,000 forrepparttar 150009 Noblesville Boys and Girls Club.

Event #42 isrepparttar 150010 WSOP Main Event,repparttar 150011 big tournament where millionaires are born. This yearrepparttar 150012 first place prize was $7,500,000 and every person who maderepparttar 150013 final table became a millionaire guaranteed. 5,619 entrants competed inrepparttar 150014 tournament making itrepparttar 150015 largest in WSOP history. In fact it was so large that it had to be spread out over 9 days. 2004 champion Greg Raymer made it up to 25th place before elimination, receiving $304,680 for his efforts. But it was Joseph Hachem who became champion for this year, pocketing repparttar 150016 $7.5 million and a beautiful diamond bracelet that can only be earned by winningrepparttar 150017 Main Event.

For those who were busted out ofrepparttar 150018 Main Event, they found additional tournaments for play in Events #43, #44 and #45 which were 1 day events. Ron Kirk beat out players like Erik Seidel and Marcel Luske to take home $321,520 for winning repparttar 150019 Event #43 "No Limit Hold'Em" tournament. Event #44 "No Limit Hold'Em" was won by John Pires who received $220,935 for his victory. Andrepparttar 150020 Event #45 "No Limit Hold'Em" winner was Willie Tann who happily received his bracelet and $188,335 for 1 day's work! Not bad at all.

Individuals came from acrossrepparttar 150021 planet to play in this tournament series. New records were set for attendance, for money won inrepparttar 150022 WSOP and probablyrepparttar 150023 number of headaches Harrah's had in setting up and running an event of this magnitude. But inrepparttar 150024 end everyone fromrepparttar 150025 players,repparttar 150026 event champions,repparttar 150027 media andrepparttar 150028 staff of Harrah's should be congratulated for creating something to be enjoyed and talked about for years to come.

Tom Howze is a webmaster for 9 sites that relate to 2005 World Series of Poker and World Poker Tour events, updates and information.

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