Lock Poker Pro Matt Stout Goes Deep at WSOP No-Limit Hold'em: Ivey Eyes 5th Final Table

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Patrick Flanigan
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Lock Poker Pro Matt Stout Goes Deep at WSOP No-Limit Hold'em

The irresistible Matt Stout, a Lock Poker Elite Pro, was one of four remaining in the World Series of Poker No-Limit Hold’em Event #33.  The Gambling911.com fairies were working overtime to dispense pixy dust over photos of Matt in order to delivery him good luck. 

Joseph Marzicola Eliminated in 5th Place ($101,802) thanks to Stout.  Action folded around to the Lock Poker pro on the button, who went all in for his last 855,000. Samuel Gerber folded from the small, however, Joseph Marzicola peaked at his cards, shrugged and announced a call for the rest of his chips.


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2795 players entered this event.  The winner will receive $440,238.

Stout has won over $1 million in live tournaments to date and has 46 cashes along with 3 first place finishes.   

….In other news, poker phenom Phil Ivey is back playing in Event #35: Mixed Hold'em (Limit/No-Limit) with just 27 players remaining during the evening hours of Tuesday.  Ivey was among the top 5 chip leaders.  Should he make the final table of this event, he will have gone an amazing five out of six.

Ivey managed a 2nd place finish in Event #17 - WSOP Pot Limit Hold'em followed by a 3rd and 5th finish in subsequent events.  He had earlier finished in 7th place at the WSOP 7 Card Stud Hi/Lo 8 or Better.

- Patrick Flanagan, Gambling911.com