Heads up play between Goose S and Hrair Yapoudjian started off as a lopsided affair – Hrair had about a 5:1 chip lead at the outset. But within a single level of play, Goose had turned the tables and it was he who had the advantage. Play continued like that for another half level, and Hrair played well to narrow the gap considerably – but as 7:00pm approached on the clock, Hrair suddenly agreed to the even chop that Goose had offered twice earlier.
Neither player wished to take a Champion’s photo either – but each of them was happy to take their prize coupon of $1,355.00
Co-Champions, Hrair Yapoudjian & Goose S., $1,355.00