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The 2018 Chicago Poker Classic runs from March 1-12 at Horseshoe Casino in Hammond, Ind.

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Jivkov won Event 6: Navin Kamaz — , Seat 2: Daune Fernandez — , Seat 3: Bradley Gordon — , Seat 4: Kevin Buck — , Seat 5: Mickey Pasqualino — , Seat 6: Matthew Ferguson — , Seat 7: Kenneth Baime — 58, Seat 8: Nick Jivkov — , Seat 9: Sean Chapman — , Seat Dario Budos — , Now, Chapman leads the remaining 24 in Event 12 with , chips. Players are on break, three from the money. The heads-up match is over. Several hands after making a deal, Matt Shepsky and Eddie Blumenthal both put , into the pot preflop and the flop came 9s-5c-2c.

Shepsky checked from the big blind and Blumenthal bet , Shepsky check-raised to , and after a long pause, Blumenthal called. The turn was the 8s and Shepsky led 1. Blumenthal moved all in with Shepsky covered and after some hesitation, Shepsky called with his big draw. Blumenthal was ahead with his set of deuces but Shepsky could win with a non-board pairing club or a three.

The 8s turn was a blank, but the 6c on the river gave Shepsky the flush to double through. That hand left Blumenthal with just 1,, and he shoved it soon after with Ad-4c. Shepsky snap-called with Ac-Tc. Then the Qh fell on the river out of nowhere to give Shepsky Broadway for the win.

Main Event Final Table Payouts: Main Event Final Payouts Advertisements. Congrats to all the winners! Ac-4c Blumenthal was ahead with his set of deuces but Shepsky could win with a non-board pairing club or a three. A hard-fought battle — congrats to both!

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