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World Poker Challenge $5k NL Hold'em

Barry "Robin Hood" Greenstein, noted so for giving away all of his tournament winnings to charity, made another televised final table last week at the WPT World Poker Challenge in Reno, Nevada. Unfortunately for Greenstein, some fresh faces got the best of him with the cameras rolling. Greenstein had to settle for the $85,000 6th place pay day.

Besting the field of 592 entrants was Michael Simon, who is now poker's latest millionaire thanks to the 1.05 million dollar first place pay-out. After losing to Simon heads-up, Jason Stern walked away $592,000 wealthier. Other not-so-familiar names Tom Schneider, Greg Mueller, and Jonas Norrman will round out the TV line-up of six players.

The next World Poker Tour event will be held in Mashantucket, Connecticut for the inaugural $10,000 buy-in Foxwoods Poker Classic.

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