Adam Gerber Poker



Adam Gerber: $ 894,595 72nd: United States: Joseph Cappello. Global Poker Awards. The Hendon Mob Championship – THMC. Global Poker League.

Adam Gerber

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United States 2007 United States Poker Championship. Trump Taj Mahal, Atlantic City. 17 September - 10 October 2007. See Adam Gerber's world poker tournament rank and complete tournament results and statistics in all poker games. Tournaments: 4853 World Poker Rank offers the most. With the board showing on the turn, Adam Gerber bets 13,000 from the big blind, and Shawn Cunix calls from the button. The river card is the, Gerber bets 26,500, and Cunix thinks for a bit before he calls with for trip aces. But Gerber turns over to win the pot with trip aces and a king kicker. Adam Gerber – 145,000 (73 bb).

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Statistics of Adam Gerber


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$606,095

Rank: 1 / 164
Event 17: $9700 NLHE Championship

Adam Gerber Poker


Oct 2, 2007
TournamentResults
Event 11: $5000 NLHE
2007 WPT VI - Borgata Poker Open
Borgata
Sep 14, 2007

$248,500

2 / 284

Event 21: $3000 NLHE Championship Event
2009 Borgata Summer Open
Borgata
Jun 28, 2009

$74,700

5 / 415

Adam Gerber
Adam Gerber Poker
World
1424th
Since 2007
$1,009,955
Event 17: $9700 NLHE(...), 1st, $606,095, Oct 2, 2007
$10000 NLHE Foxwoods(...), 35th, $21,588, Nov 5, 2009
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The United States Poker Championship (USPC) was a major annual stop on the poker tournament tour. This event was held at the Trump Taj Mahal in Atlantic City, New Jersey. The series started in 1996, took one year off in 1997, and ran every year from 1998–2010. This series of poker tournaments culminated with a $10,000 no-limit Texas hold 'em championship tournament televised by ESPN and commentated by Lon McEachern and Norman Chad.[1] The last time this tournament series was run was 2010.[2]

Main Event Results by Year[edit]

YearWinnerPrizeRunner-UpOther Finalists
1996[3]Ken Flaton$500,000Surinder Sunar
  • Jamie Ligator
  • Jerry Cusack
1998[4]Ray Lamoureaux$148,000O'Neil Longson
  • Michael Piari
1999[5]Daniel Negreanu$210,000John Bonetti
  • Jason Viriyayuthakorn
  • John Brewer
  • David Plastik
  • Don Zewin
2000[6]Richard Tatalovich$318,000John Juanda
  • Eric Panayiotou
  • Ken Goldstein
  • Steve Kaufman
2001[7]Men Nguyen$228,000John Juanda
  • Satish Vitha
  • John Urpsis
  • Scott Byron
2002[8]John Hennigan$216,000Erik Seidel
  • Charlie Bae
  • Robert Toft
  • Tony Popejoy
  • William Shapiro
  • Patrick Kelly
2003[9]Toto Leonidas$388,080Erik Seidel
  • Phil Hellmuth
  • Frank Russomanno
  • Trong Le
  • Kenneth Jacoby
  • Ray Ho Lin
2004[10]John Aglialoro$691,096Joe Cassidy
  • Walter Hollander
  • Dean Schultz
  • Alan Colon
  • Brian Haveson
2005[11]James Caporuscio$831,532Ralph Pecorale
  • Chris Furbert
  • Andrew Barta
  • Frank Vizza
  • Michael Santoro
2006[12]Alex Jacob$878,500Jordan Morgan
  • Stephen Feraca
  • Dale Pinchot
  • Jeffrey King
  • Augustin Mendez
2007[13]Adam Gerber$606,095Louis Lee
  • Edward Brogdon
  • Jared Okun
  • Svetlana Gromenkova
  • Tommy Wang
  • Gavin Smith*
2008[14]Robert Ford$221,936Duane Hunton
  • Mike Leah
  • Wooyang Lin
  • Frank Vizza
  • Steve Gross
2009[15]William Brindise$261,800Men Nguyen
  • Eric Ladny
  • Gordon Eng
  • Brian Lemke
  • Nick Binger
  • Anton Smolyanskiy
  • Steven Wolansky
2010[16]Edward Gamaitoni$167,616David Gillen
  • Patrick Carron
  • Mike Sica
  • Gerald David
  • David King
  • Trevor Savage
  • Eric Panayiotou
  • Christopher Cappell

* The final table of the 2007 tournament had only eight players, as Smith was eliminated with another player on the same hand. Smith had more chips at the time of the hand and therefore the higher finish.

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References[edit]

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  2. ^'Trump Taj Mahal in Atlantic City: Hendon Mob Poker Database'. Hendon Mob. Retrieved August 28, 2017.
  3. ^'1996 United States Poker Championship, No Limit Hold'em Championship Event: Hendon Mob Poker Database'. Hendon Mob. Retrieved August 28, 2017.
  4. ^'1998 United States Poker Championship, No Limit Hold'em Championship Event: Hendon Mob Poker Database'. Hendon Mob. Retrieved August 28, 2017.
  5. ^'1999 United States Poker Championship, No Limit Hold'em Championship Event: Hendon Mob Poker Database'. Hendon Mob. Retrieved August 28, 2017.
  6. ^'2000 United States Poker Championship, No Limit Hold'em Championship Event: Hendon Mob Poker Database'. Hendon Mob. Retrieved August 28, 2017.
  7. ^'2001 United States Poker Championship, No Limit Hold'em Championship Event: Hendon Mob Poker Database'. Hendon Mob. Retrieved August 28, 2017.
  8. ^'2002 United States Poker Championship, No Limit Hold'em Championship Event: Hendon Mob Poker Database'. Hendon Mob. Retrieved August 28, 2017.
  9. ^'2003 United States Poker Championship, No Limit Hold'em Championship Event: Hendon Mob Poker Database'. Hendon Mob. Retrieved August 28, 2017.
  10. ^'2004 United States Poker Championship, No Limit Hold'em Championship Event: Hendon Mob Poker Database'. Hendon Mob. Retrieved August 28, 2017.
  11. ^'2005 United States Poker Championship, No Limit Hold'em Championship Event: Hendon Mob Poker Database'. Hendon Mob. Retrieved August 28, 2017.
  12. ^'2006 United States Poker Championship, No Limit Hold'em Championship Event: Hendon Mob Poker Database'. Hendon Mob. Retrieved August 28, 2017.
  13. ^'2007 United States Poker Championship, No Limit Hold'em Championship Event: Hendon Mob Poker Database'. Hendon Mob. Retrieved August 28, 2017.
  14. ^'2008 United States Poker Championship, No Limit Hold'em Championship Event: Hendon Mob Poker Database'. Hendon Mob. Retrieved August 28, 2017.
  15. ^'2009 United States Poker Championship, No Limit Hold'em Championship Event: Hendon Mob Poker Database'. Hendon Mob. Retrieved August 28, 2017.
  16. ^'2010 United States Poker Championship, No Limit Hold'em Championship Event: Hendon Mob Poker Database'. Hendon Mob. Retrieved August 28, 2017.

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