Toby Lewis Leads In Final- Two Tables On Classic Day 4, 2013 World Poker Tour L.A

Toby Lewis leads in Final two Tables on Classic day 4, 2013 World Poker Tour L.A.
Toby Lewis leads in Final two Tables on Classic day 4, 2013 World Poker Tour L.A.

Day 4 of the World Poker Tour happened on Tuesday at Commerce Casino leaving out 63 players to battle for the fourth level. There were 45 players in the row, leaving out 18 in connection for the first place with the prize money of $1,004,090.

Toby Lewis led the day with 1.816 million chips and the next in row was Paul Klann with 1.581 million. Lewis sets-up high level for himself with his performance, as his previous best finishes was in 2011 World Series of Poker at 11th place with $10,000 Pot-Limit Hold’em Championship. In 2012, he took twice the 13th place finishes in WSOP No-Limit Hold’em Max Event and the other was in WSOP Europe Main Event with €10,000.

The day started with elimination of Dani Stern, who played all in-116,000 from the hijack with {8-Spades}{8-Clubs}  which was over ruled by Marios Savvides with the {9-Clubs}{9-Diamonds}. Then slowly in the row was John Hennigan (56th-$18,360), Carlos Mortensen (55th-$18,360), Phil Laak (54th-$21,840) and Scott Seiver (52nd-$21,840). Wher as the others eliminated on Day 4 were Mimi Tran (50th-$21,840), Dan Shak (49th-$21,840), Ryan Eriquezzo (47th-$21,840), Trevor Pope (36th-$29,780), Sam Razavi (34th-$29,780) and Joe Hachem (33rd-$29,780). And the list went on.

Toby Lewis made his position at 1st 1,816,000 chips count followed the by the top nine listed below:

2013 World Poker Tour L.A. Poker Classic – Day 4, Top 10 players Chip Count

Player Name

Chip Count

Toby Lewis


 Paul Klann


 Paul Volpe


Benjamin Zamani


David Tuthill


Jeremy Ausmus


Blake Barousse


Garrett Greer


David Fong


Bruce Kramer