SHAWN CUNIX WPT DOYLE BRUNSON FIVE DIAMOND WORLD POKER CLASSIC
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Shawn Cunix

Shawn Cunix

Career Stats

Earnings $750,513
Cashes 9
Final Tables 2
Titles 1
Tournaments Played 41

Current Standings

Ranking
Not defined

Chipcount History

Day 1
102,000

Day 2
85,100

Day 6
Busted Out

 

Shawn Cunix Eliminated by Antonio Esfandiari in Biggest Pot of the Tourney

Level 14: 1,200-2,400, 400 ante

Antonio Esfandiari (UTG+1) raises to 5,600, AP Phahurat calls, one other player calls, and Shawn Cunix calls from the big blind.

The flop comes K-9-2, Cunix checks, Esfandiari bets 13,000, and Phahurat raises to 50,000. The fourth player folds, and Cunix check-raises all in for more than 300,000. Esfandiari calls, and Phahurat folds.

Cunix shows 2-2 for bottom set, but Esfandiari turns over K-K for top set.

Neither the turn nor the river is a deuce, and Antonio Esfandiari wins the biggest pot of the tournament with a set of kings to eliminate Shawn Cunix.

Antonio Esfandiari  -  885,000
Shawn Cunix  -  Eliminated

Sorted In: Featured Blog, Shawn Cunix, Antonio Esfandiari, Bellagio, Doyle Brunson Five Diamond World Poker Classic, Season XI
06:34 PM, 12/06/12

Ones to Watch vs Former Champ

Level 12: 800-1,600, 200 ante

WPT Champions Club member Shawn Cunix raises to 3,500 from middle position and WPT Ones to Watch Alex Phahurat calls from the big blind. The flop is 10spade10diamond7spade and Phahurat bets 4,300. Cunix folds and Phahurat is now up to about 165,000. 

Alex Phahurat - 165,00 (103 bb)

Sorted In: Alex Phahurat, Shawn Cunix, Bellagio, Doyle Brunson Five Diamond World Poker Classic, Season XI
02:43 PM, 12/06/12

Shawn Cunix Doubles Up

Level 5: 150-300, 25 ante

Shawn Cunix passes along this hand update from late in the last level.

Four players put in 600 each to see a flop of K-3-2 with two spades. All four players put in another 2,600 to see a non-spade 5 fall on the turn.

Cunix bet 10,500, two players folded, and the third player shoved. Cunix snap-called with 6-4 offsuit for the six-high straight. His opponent turned over K-8 for a pair of kings, no draw -- and no way to catch up to Cunix's straight.

Cunix won the pot to more than double up to 67,000 in chips.

Shawn Cunix  -  67,000  (223 bb)

Sorted In: Shawn Cunix, Bellagio, Doyle Brunson Five Diamond World Poker Classic, Season XI
07:19 PM, 12/04/12
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