2007 World Series: Millions for PokerStars Players

Three PokerStars players have earned a combined $8,845,249 at the final table of the 2007 World Series. Tuan Lam, Raymond Rahme, and Hevad "RaiNKhaN" Khan all made it to the biggest final table in poker and put on a great show for the world.


Tuan Lam, 2nd place, $4,840,981


Raymond Rahme, 3rd place, $3,048,025


Hevad Khan, 6th place, $956,243


Lam, Rahme, and Khan join scores of other PokerStars players who won millions in this year's main event. Be sure to check out the list of all PokerStars World Series Main Event winners.

Here's a list of all the reports from the final table:

2007 World Series: Final Table Coverage (Pt. 1)

2007 World Series: Final Table Coverage (Pt. 2)

2007 World Series: Final Table Coverage (Pt. 3)

2007 World Series: Final Table Coverage (Pt. 4)

2007 World Series: Final Table Coverage (Pt. 5)

2007 World Series: Final Table Coverage (Pt. 6)

2007 World Series: Final Table Coverage (Pt. 7)

2007 World Series: Final Table Coverage (Pt. 8)

2007 World Series: Final Table Coverage (Pt. 9)

2007 World Series: Final Table Coverage (Pt. 10)

2007 World Series: Final Table Coverage (Pt. 11)

2007 World Series: Final Table Coverage (Pt. 12)

2007 World Series: Final Table Coverage (Pt. 13)

This has been a very long seven weeks on Las Vegas with too many stories to list here. We saw members of Team PokerStars make multiple final tables. We saw Supernovas win bracelets. We watched Team PokerStars' Katja Thater win her first World Series bracelet. Finally, we again witnessed how powerful a PokerStars field can be when it brings its online experience to the live felt. For a look back at the entire summer, be sure to visit our 2007 World Series coverage page.

I can't let this final post from the World Series go by without thanking the people who helped make this blog what it has been. Thanks to my co-bloggers Simon Young and Craig Cunningham for their excellent prose, friendship, and support over these past few weeks. I also cannot forget photographer Neil Stoddart and the entire staff of Image Masters for taking the photography on this blog to the next level. I owe many thanks to Matt, Chris, Susan, and Joan for everything from wrangling the players to a couple of key food deliveries that kept me going throughout the Series. Thank you to all the players who were good enough to put up with countless questions, photographs, and intrusions on your game as we sought to tell your story to the world. Finally, I thank you the readers for coming here by the thousands and offering kind comments along the way.

Now it's time at last to put the World Series to bed. It has been an adventure, but I owe my family seven weeks of life and a lot more.

I'm going home.

Brad Willis
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